Progressive Era to New Era Little Falls School

Little Falls School

Little Falls School was probably built around 1912 and served first through sixth grade students.  Located in southeastern Stafford on Route 3, it was originally a building with clapboard siding.  Later it was covered with stucco.  It had two standard brick flues.  A description of the building in 1940 said that it contained two classrooms, cloakrooms, kitchen, and an entrance hall.  By 1959, it had a lavatory and forced air heat.  The Rappahannock Area Community Services Board uses it today as a center for adults.  (This picture shows how the school looked in 1959.)

May Poll 1958

1958 May Poll