In 1920, the one-room school on Broad Avenue in Naples closed and a new school opened nearby on Fourth Street South, between 10th and 11th Avenues. Originally, the school was two separate buildings, with one room for the first through fifth grades and another for fifth through eighth grades.

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In 1920, the one-room school on Broad Avenue in Naples closed and a new school opened nearby on Fourth Street South, between 10th and 11th Avenues. Originally, the school was two separate buildings, with one room for the first through fifth grades and another for fifth through eighth grades.

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