The following newspaper article, hand-identified as being from the November 20, 1919, issue of the Lowell Tribune, was found in the local history clipping files at the Lowell Public Library:
There will be a Box Social at the Sheridan school on the evening of November 26th. The proceeds will go toward buying a piano for the school. Everyone is invited. The piano and all the books of this school were burned last summer and it is to be hoped that proceeds will be large as they are for a worthy cause.
This article, hand-identified as being from the Dec. 18, 1919, Lowell Tribune, was found in the local history clipping files at the Lowell Public Library:
Dedication of Sheridan School Building
The dedication of the new Sheridan school on the evening of December 12 was one of the pleasant affairs of the season. The following program was well rendered and gave evidence of careful instruction: Singing by School; Reading, Mildred Pixley; Drill, Room 1; Song, Maybelle Pixley; Piano Duet, Ruby Wheeler and Mildred Pixley; Reading Ruby Hayden; Piano solo Ida Wood; Drill, Room 2. A short address followed by prayer was given by Rev. E.F. Winkler, pastor of the Church of Christ, of Lowell. A delicious lunch was served to about one hundred and seventy guests. Much credit should be given the Principal, E.N. Gragg, and his assistant, Miss Lucille Dorris, for this successfully conducted community meeting. The patrons and students are to be congratulated for hav[ing] such a fine school building, modern in every respect.
The following unidentified newspaper article was found in the local history clipping files at Lowell Public Library:
(Sixty Years Ago)
February 2, 1921
The percent of attendance of Sheridan School Room for the month of January was 97.3. The following were neither tardy nor absent during the month: Evelyn Hoffman, Arthur Haberlin, Robert Stuppy, Dorothea Hoffman, Wayne Sharpe, Elmer Haberlin, Halva Stuppy, Helen Hoffman, Nelson Bixenman and Burdette Wheeler. Irene Barber, Teacher.