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Castalia
 1912 built out of heart pine lumber and is at the Cracker Country of the Florida State Fair Grounds in Tampa, Florida
1912 built out of heart pine lumber and is at the Cracker Country of the Florida State Fair Grounds in Tampa, Florida
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School was opened from 1912-1943  Location #26

 

Enrollment:

1921-22  28 students

1925-26  22 students

1926-27  24 students

1927-28  21 students

1929-30  18 students

1930-31  11 students

1940-41   30 students

 

Grades taught 1-9

 

Teaching Staff Trustees

La Forie Bryant
1939-40
1940-41

Jos. A. Coker
1925-26

Ethel Courson
1924-25

Mrs. Lois Gibbs
1930-31

Joyce T. Holmes
1927-28

R.C. Maddox
1923-24

Annie Nelson
1922-23

Florence M. Roberts
1933-35

Lois Roberts
1935-36

Mrs. Agnes Sapp
1936-37

Edith Sapp
1937-39

Mildred Spicknall
1929-30

Mrs. Leola Stephens
1941-43

Mrs. Bethel Whidden
1921-22

Alvin Wilkins
1926-27

Mrs. Ercle Yeomans
1941-42

 

J.E. Duncan
1921-25

J.L Evers
1922-25
1927-29
1935-37

J.R. Evers
1930-31

J.W. McLeod
1929
1930-31

Victor McLeod
1933-35

M.M. Rowall
1931-32
1935-37

G.W. Stephens
1921-23

J.J. Stephens
1923-25
1934-35

J. T. Stephens
1927-29

L.T. Stephens
1928-29
1930-31
1933-37

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 1918 Castalia school

 

 

 

Our Vision:
Empower and inspire all students for success.

Our Mission:
To provide all students a high-quality education in a nurturing and
creative environment to develop responsible citizens.

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