From 1890 to the 1920s, the Englewood area was served by several one-room schools. A burst of growth in the 1920s finally brought the first sizable school to town. The practical-looking structure was built on West Dearborn Street, the hub of the tiny fishing village at the time.
The town was very proud of it. Individuals and groups alike pulled together immediately to help the new school in any way they could.
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