Recent Examples of schoolhouse from the Web
Last year, a group of teenagers vandalized a historic black schoolhouse with swastikas and hate speech.
Lakeview, which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, began as two-room schoolhouse that originally served as a high school and an elementary school before becoming part of Fort Bend ISD in 1959.
Sunday Deerfield Historic Village - Sunday Tours: Visit the oldest building in Lake County, the 180-year-old Caspar Ott log house, pre-Civil War era houses and a one-room schoolhouse that has been a favorite with children for many years.
This is a major fundraiser for the continual upkeep of the society's two museum buildings and 1840 one-room schoolhouse on Bevin Boulevard.
Truth be told, the ensuing decades have seen a radical trimming back of Fortas’s conception of what rights are and are not shed at the schoolhouse door.
These students have grown up in Columbine’s shadow, with locker searches, locked schoolhouse doors, bulletproof backpacks and active shooter drills.
Other outreach efforts include officers assigned by Spike to give bicycle- and buggy-safety presentations at the many local one-room Mennonite schoolhouses.
An unconventional program called the Bucks Learning Cooperative run out of an old white schoolhouse in Langhorne where a teen’s interests set the curriculum.
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First Known Use of schoolhouse
SCHOOLHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolhouse for English Language Learners
: a building that is used as a school
SCHOOLHOUSE Defined for Kids
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