Leona Park and 1915 School

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Constructed by community volunteers circa 1915 at a cost of $1,500, this single-story structure featured a redwood frame, clapboard siding, and a gable roof adorned with asphalt shingles. A bell tower, in the form of an open cupola, adorned the structure. Students spanning the 1st through 8th grades shared the same educational space. Presently, the schoolhouse is perched proudly on a hilltop parcel along Elizabeth Lake Road. It stands as one of the few surviving schools in Southern California dating back to the homesteading era, a testament to the pioneers who settled in northern Los Angeles County. (Submitted by Christine Peeples)