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ca. 1935 Photo by Bob Dennis, from the collection of Bob Dais

ca. 1935.  Photo by Bob Dennis, from the collection of Bob Dais.

Grenada School (ca. 1935)

ca. 1935.

Museums in Siskiyou County:

 ~Please phone for dates and hours of operation~
Siskiyou County Museum:  910 South Main Street, Yreka, California  (530) 842-3836
Sisson Museum (Mt. Shasta City):  1 Old Stage Road, Mt. Shasta City, California  (530) 926-5508
Tulelake: Butte County Fair Museum of Local History:  800 South Main Street, Tulelake, California  (530) 667-5312
Butte Valley Museum:  500 South Main Street, Dorris, California  (530) 397-2707 
Dunsmuir Railroad Display Room at the Amtrak Depot:  5750 Sacramento Street, Dunsmuir, California  (530) 235-0929.  Open the Third Saturday of each month, weather permitting, 10:00 a.m.~2:00 p.m.
Fort Jones Museum ~ (no website):  11913 Main Street, Fort Jones, California  (530) 468-5568

Heritage Junction of McCloud, Inc. ~ (no website):  320 Main Street, McCloud, California  (530) 964-2604

Karuk Museum and Cultural Center ~ 64236 Second Avenue, Happy Camp, CA (530) 493-1600

Etna Museum:  520 Main Street, Etna, CA (530) 467-3566

Montague Depot Museum ~ (no website):  230 11th Street, Montague, CA  (530) 459-3385

Lumberman Historical Museum:  303 Gilman Avenue, Weed, CA  (530) 938-0550

History of GESD

Grenada School District: below you will find school district history, as written in Stanley Balfrey's book, "History of the Schools of Siskiyou County", as well as historic photos from various sources

The present town of Grenada was founded in 1916. Prior to that time there was only a railroad siding and section house at that site. The town was named Grenada by the Southern Pacific Railroad company.

The Grenada School District was established in 1918.

Before the first school house was built in 1919, school was held in a room back of the Pool Hall. Miss Mary Quadros was the first teacher.

The original school house was located on the corner of Siskiyou Boulevard and Siskiyou Avenue in Grenada. A grocery store is now located on the site.

The second school house, a two-story frame building was located on the same site as the present school playground and was built about 1920.

As this school became obsolete, in 1952 the present school was built.

Reference in Board of supervisors minutes:

October 30, 1951 - Bond Election

November 30, 1951 - Resolution of issue of bonds

December 7, 1951 - Opening of bond bids

December 18, 1951 - Awarding of bond bids

January 3, 1952 - Legal Opinion on bonds

August 17, 1954 - Boundary change between Gazelle and Grenada and description given.

Siskiyou County Schools Map, circa 1900

Siskiyou County Schools Map, circa 1900

Links for Siskiyou County History

Yreka History Blogspot

Siskiyou County Historical Society

Yreka Historic Preservation

The Siskiyou History Digital Library:  A digital library of primary sources in Siskiyou County History, a project of the Siskiyou County Sesquicentennial  Committee.  
The California-Nevada Chapter of the Oregon-California Trails Association
Siskiyou County Library (see Research Tab for Historical Information)
Yreka History

Yreka Western Railroad (The Blue Goose Train)

Yreka History Timeline (3-D Buildings of Historic Yreka, CA)

Mt. Shasta Collection at the College of the Siskiyous Library (The largest repository of information and documents about  Mt. Shasta)

Yosemite Railroad Car #330 (This  car served as a "Diner" in Yreka along Hwy 99 for many years, currently under restoration, click on history)

Siskiyou Historians Online Discussion Group

Yreka Committee for Historic Preservation (a page with historical photos, a page of vintage buildings as seen today, and listing of homes with date built and original owners)

Yreka Community Television  (Contact to inquire about historical videos and CD's ~ visit their "Buy a Program Page")

Merriam Special Collections Library online photo archives  California State University at Chico

Students and school sign (date unknown)

Students and school sign, date unknown.

ca. 1935.

old GESD PIC214~1.jpg

Students, ca. 1935.

Students, ca. 1935. Siskiyou County Office of Education School History Collection.

Students, date unknown.

Students, date unknown.  Siskiyou County Office of Education School History Collection.

School Song

Oh Grenada, Oh Grenada

Hand in hand we stride

We play fair

We learn to share

We do our best

We’re on a quest

Oh Grenada, Oh Grenada

When all is said and done

We’ll never fear

Wildcats are here

We’re Number 1