Experience what school was like in 1913!
One room schoolhouses were the norm in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Grades one through eight were taught together by a single teacher with the oldest students sitting in the back and the younger students in front. Schoolhouses were heated by a single wood stove and students made do with just chalk and a slate. They did not have erasers, pens, notebooks, or any of the fancy school supplies that are used today.
|Former student, Danny Carlson, shares his memories with the next Carlson generation.|
The Little Red Schoolhouse, District 59, Inc.
20553 CSAH (County Road) 28
Litchfield, MN 55355
56769 215th Street
Phone: Judy Walstad 952-237-5529