Adams School, Sigel Township, Huron County, Michigan

Location: Withheld, since the school is still in use.

Adams School (Sigel District No 3) is a reddish-brown-sided one-room two-teacher schoolhouse sill in use, with about 20 students in grades K-8. The bell tower is still equipped with a school bell that is still used, and playground equipment is visible behind the school. The wooden building was erected in 1988 to replace a building from the early 1900s which is now a local museum, and the parents of the students did much of the construction work themselves. Substitute teachers willing to teach 9 grades simultaneously are hard to come by, so the school often closes when the teachers are sick, with make-up days in the spring. The school has two computers for the 20 students which include internet access.

    
Adams School (Sigel Townwhip District No 3), in Sigel Township, Huron County. Still in use, with 16 students enrolled for the 2017-8 year thus far.
    
Adams School (Sigel Townwhip District No 3), in Sigel Township, Huron County. Still in use, with 16 students enrolled for the 2017-8 year thus far.

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