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Schoolhouse

A building used for a school, especially an elementary school.

schoolhouse

A building in which classes are conducted at different educational levels for students up to college age. Also see one-room schoolhouse.
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It has become the first tenant of the 260-year-old Grade II-star listed building The Schoolhouse on Newcastle Quayside, which has been restored by the neighbouring Live Theatre.
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WEBSTER - The Webster-Dudley Historical Society was awarded a Janet Malser Humanities Trust Grant for $14,500 to replace the deteriorated windows and doors, in addition to some plumbing and electrical repairs, on the Little Red Schoolhouse.
Department of Education works to define what RTI models should look like, a California elementary school has found a model that is making a difference in its classrooms: one using LeapFrog SchoolHouse products.
The Gala Under the Stars fundraiser will benefit the Leona Valley Heritage Park, which is to consist of a building to store and display objects from the community's history, plus the 90-year-old Leona Valley schoolhouse, owned by the West Antelope Valley Historical Society.
LeapFrog SchoolHouse has launched a new program to assist districts seeking federal Reading First grants by increasing the impact of those funds with an award of additional curriculum materials and multisensory learning tools.
Bank employee volunteers distributed the supplies, most of which were provided by Portland-based nonprofit Schoolhouse Supplies, to children at in nine cities: Boise, Cincinnati, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Portland, Seattle and the Twin Cities.