Arey Elementary School
Arey Elementary School

Arey School, located at 104 S 7th St, sat on 1.7 acres of land. This structure was replaced with a new school building in 1965 at the same location.

Arey Elementary School
Arey Elementary School

The new Arey School is shown in the process of being built right next to the old school. It presently serves as the Fort Dodge School District Administration Building.

Arey Class Photo
Arey Class Photo

Arey Elementary School
Arey Elementary School

Arey School, located at 104 S 7th St, sat on 1.7 acres of land. This structure was replaced with a new school building in 1965 at the same location.

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Arey Elementary School

Old Duncombe school building
Old Duncombe school building

Current Duncombe school building
Current Duncombe school building

Old Duncombe school building
Old Duncombe school building

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Duncombe School

Hawley School
Hawley School

Hawley School
Hawley School

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Hawley School

The Fort Dodge Presbyterian Collegiate Institute was located at 610 First Avenue North. It was built in 1885.

The Fort Dodge Presbyterian Collegiate Institute was located at 610 First Avenue North. It was built in 1885.

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Presbyterian College

German Lutheran School
German Lutheran School

St. Paul Lutheran School
St. Paul Lutheran School

Old Stone School Building
Old Stone School Building

German Lutheran School
German Lutheran School

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St. Paul Lutheran School

Carpenter Elementary School
Carpenter Elementary School

Carpenter Elementary School
Carpenter Elementary School

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Carpenter Elementary School

Fort Dodge Senior High Current
Fort Dodge Senior High Current

Fort Dodge Senior High
Fort Dodge Senior High

Fort Dodge Senior High
Fort Dodge Senior High

Fort Dodge Senior High Current
Fort Dodge Senior High Current

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Fort Dodge High School

Iowa Central Community College
Iowa Central Community College

Iowa Central Community College
Iowa Central Community College

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Iowa Central Community College

Riverside Elementary
Riverside Elementary

Riverside Elementary (West Side School) was a wood structure serving 45 to 50 students with two teachers.

Riverside Elementary
Riverside Elementary

Riverside Elementary was built in 1893 to replace the white frame school. The new Riverside School was a four-room brick building, to which four more rooms were added five years later. In 1912, a kindergarten was added to the building, which was enlarged again in 1925. A parent-teacher association was formed at Riverside School in 1914. In 1956, a new building was constructed at 733 F Street to replace the old school.

Class Photo
Class Photo

Entire Riverside School (West Side School) student body standing on the fire escape

Riverside Elementary
Riverside Elementary

Riverside Elementary (West Side School) was a wood structure serving 45 to 50 students with two teachers.

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Riverside School

Tobin College
Tobin College

Tobin College
Tobin College

Tobin College
Tobin College

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Tobin College

Community Christian School
Community Christian School

Community Christian School
Community Christian School

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Community Christian School

Junior High
Junior High

Sitting on 7.6 acres of ground, the Fort Dodge Junior High School was built in 1931. It later became known as South Junior High, and today it is known as Fair Oaks Middle School.

Old Junior High building
Old Junior High building

Current Middle School building
Current Middle School building

Junior High
Junior High

Sitting on 7.6 acres of ground, the Fort Dodge Junior High School was built in 1931. It later became known as South Junior High, and today it is known as Fair Oaks Middle School.

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Fort Dodge Junior High

Lincoln School
Lincoln School

The Lincoln School, in earlier times, was referred to as "The School on the Prairie." The restrooms were located in the basement. Children went home for lunch. The first Lincoln School burned, but not to the ground.

Lincoln School
Lincoln School

Located at 216 N 10th St

Lincoln School
Lincoln School

The Lincoln School, in earlier times, was referred to as "The School on the Prairie." The restrooms were located in the basement. Children went home for lunch. The first Lincoln School burned, but not to the ground.

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Lincoln School

St. Edmonds Catholic School
St. Edmonds Catholic School

St. Edmonds Catholic School
St. Edmonds Catholic School

St. Edmonds Catholic School
St. Edmonds Catholic School

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St. Edmond Catholic School