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*'''Lima Rural''' was absorbed into Pataskala Schools in 1922. Lima Rural's schools would now be within Licking Heights School District and [[Southwest Licking Local School District]].
 
*'''Lima Rural''' was absorbed into Pataskala Schools in 1922. Lima Rural's schools would now be within Licking Heights School District and [[Southwest Licking Local School District]].
 
*'''Madison Rural''' was consolidated into [[Newark City School District]] in 1922.
 
*'''Madison Rural''' was consolidated into [[Newark City School District]] in 1922.
*'''Newark Rural'''became a part of Newark City School District in 1918.
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*'''Newark Rural''' became a part of Newark City School District in 1918.
 
*'''Union Rural''' joined Newark City School District in 1922.
 
*'''Union Rural''' joined Newark City School District in 1922.
  

Latest revision as of 05:25, 11 June 2018

Until 1940,[1] Licking County was dotted with dozens of small schools, commonly referred to as one room schools. Many of these schools were located within rural school districts, which were then absorbed by the current public school districts.

Rural School Districts

According to information given to Bob Tharp that was compiled by Joe Mills, who was an Assistant County Superintendent of Schools, the following rural school districts were consolidated into our current public school systems:

Rural and One Room Schools in Licking County

References

  1. Bob Tharp, "Licking County One Room School Date - Closing," 1986.