History of Lockwood School

Here are the dates of the school buildings in Lockwood and the additions/upgrades/new structures completed each year.

1898 Sullivan School was built. Teachers wages were $60 per month.

1913— Four schools were built

Central School

Pine Hill School

Bittter Creek

King School

1929  Central and Pine Hill were built with a $16,000 bond issue.

Various other additions have been added since 1950. The Construction History Map details all of this building with the year the work was done.

1950 Lockwood School (now the Intermediate Building) eight room school with a multipurpose room. $195,00

1954 Junior High Built $242,380

1954 $172,000 by a 175-0 vote to build a build a new elementary (now the Primary) and a junior high addition  Opened January 4, 1956

– October 1956 Lockwood community population was estimated to be 1500.

1957 Food Service and Central Administration area was built (present cafeteria, MacLab, Tech Offices)

1974 Sturdevant Gym, science classrooms, shop

1979 Blue Room, and classrooms that connect the Primary Building with the Intermediate Building

1999 present kitchen

2004 6 classrooms and Boys and Girls Club

2008 new (Eileen Johnson) Middle School

1 comment for “History of Lockwood School

  1. kelly grosulak
    July 17, 2016 at 8:35 am

    Can you tell me the address of the Pine Hill School is it still in Lockwood

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