Saskatchewan One Room School Project
Sjolie School District 2145
These are probably the last photographs taken of this one room school.
Saskatchewan One Room School Project provides an online history for current generations to enjoy, preserve, and experience, our historical educational, architectural, and cultural, heritage.
SJOLIE SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 2145
The original SJOLIE school house was located on the SW corner of N.W. 18-36-29 W2nd owned by John M. Sjolie, from which the district got its name. The school was moved to this site in 1927 in order to have access to a main road. In 1937, a new modern school was built, which also served the community as a social center. During the 36 years the school district was in operation the children of 40 families were taught by 28 different teachers. Family names: Mike Foushe; Valentine Gessner; Michel-John, Miller, Henry, Otto, Walter; Josef Wehner; Michel Stroesser; Charlie Bunz; Frank Ortlieb; Taphorn-Ben, George, Minnie, Frred; Ed Thoen; Bill Meeker; Ben Bornhorst; Joe Schreindorfer; Ludwig Gossner; Peter Peppel; Henry Tebbe; Timmerman-Victor, Joe; Walter Lucksinger; John Koldeweihe; Thiemann-Clem, August, Leo; Merkosky-John, Nick; Frances Dunne; Carl Kiefer; Dora Richels; Albert Hogemann; Steve Kraus; Mark Painter; Ben Abeling; Steve Komarnicki; Andy Leveque. Erected 1995 by the former Sjolie School Pupils and the R.M.of Leroy no. 339. "Gathering, preserving, and sharing the history and folklore of Saskatchewan."
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