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Lime Ledge School Lime Ledge School was located on the corner of what is now MM and Hwy 67. It was used until 1944. The building was later sold and moved on Jefferson Road and is being used as a residence.  
Main School Main School was located on what is now Hwy 67 a mile north of Old Ashippun. It was eventually incorporated with Alderly, Badger, and Lincoln Schools in 1956. The building is now being used as a residence.  
Badger (Davy) School Badger (Davy) School was located on what is now Franklin Road. It worked with Main School and helped spark the incorporation with Alderly and Lincoln Schools. It is now being used as a residence.  
Lincoln School Lincoln School was built a second time in 1878 on the corner of Washington Road and Hwy P. It was originally north of that location.It is now used as a residence.  
Hays School An early map shows that Hays School was located on what is now Hwy MM east of Jefferson Road. Later it was on Jefferson Rd. north of Hwy MM. It was closed in 1936 and the children went to Lime Ledge School and later to Neosho Public School. It was sold and moved to Woodland where it is now a residence.  
Mead School Mead School was located on what is now Cherry Road. It was closed in 1940 and the children were transfered to Lincoln school. They were later moved to Toland School and then moved back to Lincoln. The house is now being used as a residence.  
Alderly School Alderly School is located on teh corner of what is Norwegian Road and Lincoln Road. It was incorporated with the Main, Lincoln, and Badger Schools. It is currently being used as a residence.  
Toland School Toldand School was closed in 1955 when it and the Mead School joined the Hartford Common School District No. 1. it is now being used as a residence.  
St. John's Parochial School St. John's Parochial School \ was originally located on Hwy 67 north of the creek but was later torn down and served for the education of children whose parents were members of St. John's Lutheran Church. It stopped operations in 1960 and was torn down 9 years later.