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Woodland School

Woodland School District #229 formed in 1911 to serve students in the Woodland Ferry community. The one-room school closed in June 1929. That fall, students began attending the newly-constructed Seaford School with students from other small communities in the surrounding area. After the Woodland School closed, the building passed into private ownership and was moved […]

Capital School District, Administration, School Records

Capital School District was created in 1969 after the consolidation of several districts in the area. Made up of 12 schools, the district covers 125 square-miles and serves the majority of Dover, Cheswold, Hartly, Little Creek, Marydel, and most of Leipsic. This collection includes two documents donated by a former superintendent of Capital School District. […]

Old Claymont High School

NCC-099: Constructed 1924-25. Also known as the Green Street School. Prominent in United States history as the first public high school in the 17 segregated states to be legally integrated. In January 1951, eight black students applied for admission. Due to the “separate but equal” education system in place at that time, the Claymont Board […]

Red Clay Consolidated School District

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New Castle County School District

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Caesar Rodney Student Hand Book

A recently-accessioned Caesar Rodney School Handbook gives a glimpse into what student life was like in 1938.