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Bob Dulen
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Bob Dulen

I attended Star School in 1963 in first grade ?I remember the pie suppers and CHRISTMAS AND OTHER Holiday Festivities there Sad to see it in ruins If any one who reads this went to this school at the same time I did I send my regards, Thank you Star School! I won't forget you! Bob Dalton Dulen Jr.

PK Bethel
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PK Bethel

I believe the original Star School, a frame building, burned and this brick building was its replacement. My grandfather attended Star School as a child, my grandmother taught elementary school there during the depression and my father went to 1st grade there.

Abby
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Abby

The building has now been bulldozed and is just a pile of rubble.

Sue Cooper Holmes
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Sue Cooper Holmes

The original Star School had two rooms and an office. The "Little Room" was for grades 1-4 and the "Big Room was for grades 5-8. This building was built in the late 50s I believe. Our entire community life revolved around this school and consolidation was devastating to our pie suppers, Christmas programs, Easter programs, and yearly end-of-school picnics at Honor Heights in Muskogee–fond memories.

CarolynjacksonG
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CarolynjacksonG

I remember you …the Jacksons went to school there Paul, Shirley, Carolyn, Billy, Dorothy. We too have many fond memories! Phyllis always got cake for prettiest girl at the pie suppers. We loved the Hickman's! So many great memories. I wouldn't trade the country school memories for anything! Carolyn Jackson Gardner,

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OkieEric
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OkieEric

I remember walking around in this school when I was a kid back in like 1985 or so, and it was already abandoned back then. It looks like it must have been pretty heavily gutted (or ravaged by time?) over the last 25 years…. I seem to remember a stage (first pic?) but I swear back then it still had curtains, seats, everything. Unfortunately I don't know anything about its history

Smoking No More
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Interesting stuff do you get here. Can somebody tell me more details about this place please. It looks so creepy.

Madeline Mesplay
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Madeline Mesplay

Star School was built in the 1910-20’s. A piece of the property was donated by a Creek family member from their original allottment to build a school for their children. The building that is on the property is not the original. I’m not sure when that was built. The tornado shelter might be part of the original school. The shelter may be out of old brick.

Ninja
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Ninja

Only resource I gotten about this school that it was built in the 1940s.

Fiend
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Fiend

Yup, thats about all I could find on it too…

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