A Milestone

Johnstonville School
Johnstonville School, 1916
Yesterday marked the 1,000th post that started on February 12, 2015. One of those posts concerned Johnstonville School. It was one of the original Lassen County school districts established in 1864, but was originally named Susan River School District. In February 1878, the name was changed to Johnstonville. On January 20, 1961, a groundbreaking ceremony was held to build a new school to replace the old one. School board members, Harry Reuck, Mary Barr and Leroy Cramer, broke the ground for a new four-room schoolhouse which would cost the district $134,518. When completed the old school house located on an adjoining parcel was sold and converted into a private residence.
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One thought on “A Milestone”

  1. Hi, Tim

    Thanks, Have enjoyed them all just hope I am around to see
    number 10,000. What other county in California has their
    own private historian!

    Dave Z

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