Schools of the Past: Guilford: The Village Schools – Guilford Central School, Part 3

Continuing with the history of the “new” school in the hamlet, it was finally completed in 1935 and during the ensuing years the building would be enlarged twice. With the centralization completed, the last of the old districts schools were closed and all the students were bused to Guilford for their education. However, another “fly in the ointment” arose with the school being built in Mt. Upton. With this new educational facility, it split the township to two competing school districts. Finally this was resolved, no documentation of the meetings leading up to this split, and this new facility continued to serve Guilford well.

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