Copyright 2017 Stories of Drouin

DROUIN STATE (PRIMARY) SCHOOL

Told by Brian Maunder 2017

Intro

00.14   Early history, background

02.28   Drouin PS opens

05.25   WW1 ex-students

06.20   Head teachers 1877-mid 1940s, staff

07.02   Original school burns down, new one built.

08.48   Dora Scales (nee Goudie) teaching in the new building

12.04   Students plant ficifolia trees 1936

12.28   70th anniversary celebrations

14.42   Bristol buildings

15.39   Iris Maxfield memories

20.25   Influx of European migrants

21.57   Teachers during this period

22.56   Central classes move to new Drouin High School site

23.17   Significant trees on school site

23.58   Principals, School Committee, School Council Presidents 1911 to present

25.54   Building projects

30.07   Staff, students 1970 onwards.

40.47   Further expansion

46.01   Judy and John Farmer’s memories as parents

48.51   Fire destroys new buildings, new wing built

Brian Maunder, 2017

Drouin State School, 1888

Drouin State School, early 1930's

Brian Maunder, back row second from left

Iris Maxfield, front row third from left, c.1950's

Drouin State School, c.1914