111 N. Bethel St.
Claudia Roberts Brown, A Tale of Three Cities, 1986
The brick building is one of several similar schools designed in the 1930s by Hopper and one of the best preserved despite additions. It follows a Y plan, with two long wings extending from a central, gable-fronted main block, which features an arched entrance. It began as a junior high school but later became an elementary school.