School: Forman Grade School History, York Township, Clark Co., Wisconsin
Surnames: Iviedicke, Hatch, Lueck, Forman, Hallick, Mills, Redmond, Cook, Redden, Free, Potter, Swan, Beeckler, Baker, Bigley, Snyder, Woellfer, Hawley, Newel, Medicke, Nenallo, Siscko, Ratsch
----Source: Greenwood Public Library, original copy owned by Jean Rolstad
Forman School History, Written by Mrs. Jack Ratsch
The land to build the Forman school house was provided by Ed Hatch., who settled on the farm now occupied by the Wilmer Lueck family. One of the first teachers was Olivia (West) Forman, who taught in the year 1884. Some of the other teachers included Bertha Hallick, Claude Mills, Bessie Redmond, Bessie Redden, Latelle Cook, Clara Free, Marie Potter, Marie Swan, Bessie Beeckler, Nellie Baker, Bertha Bigley, Mabel Snyder, Marie Woellfer, Marjorie Hawley, Bethel Newel, Pauline Iviedicke, Cecelia Nenallo, and Ruth Siscko. The Turman school was closed in 1957 when the district was divided between the Loyal and Heals-villa school districts.
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