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Scrabble School.

The interior of the Scrabble School clearly shows that the building follows the two-teacher plan. There are two large classrooms, one at each end of the building, separated by a central, cased opening that once included a movable accordion partition. Within each classroom, there are several entrances which lead to smaller rooms used as activity/storage spaces. Some of these rooms were equipped with hangers for cloaks.

The most interesting aspect of these interior rooms is the original material that exists. For example, the wood floors, plaster walls, and even the door hardware are all original.

(Photo: J. Hallock, Arcadia Preservation, 2006)