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Pleasant Hill Elementary School....I went kdg - 7th grade here then taught kdg here from 1998 until it closed in 2013.

Pleasant Hill Elementary School on State Route 213. It taught there from 1969-1996! I'm sure my car is in the parking lot!

Pleasant Hill Elem School built in 1950-51. First classes were held in partial building, starting Sept 1951. I attended 4-8 grades(1957-61). The school was built at same time, same design as Knoxville and Richmond Elem. They were the 3 Elem schools feeding into the Jefferson Union High School. I returned as school secretary in 1966, and taught special Ed there at different times. Retired from there in 2001, school closed in 2012

Pleasant Hill Elem School built in 1950-51. First classes were held in partial building, starting Sept 1951. I attended 4-8 grades(1957-61). The school was built at same time, same design as Knoxville and Richmond Elem. They were the 3 Elem schools feeding into the Jefferson Union High School. I returned as school secretary in 1966, and taught special Ed there at different times. Retired from there in 2001, school closed in 2012

I attended Pleasant Hill Elementary School from 1956 to 1964, 1st thru 7th grade. Then I finished 8th thru 12th grade at Jefferson Union High School graduating in 1969. I grew up on Lee Ridge Road off of Route 213 which was not far from the school. The area has grown so much since then. It looks totally different now.

Pleasant Hill School now called Four Seasons Community Center. Edison closed it in 2013 and Bell Chapel UMC purchased it for a community Center.

Driven by this place a few times. The first time I was surprised by the name of the little village. I grew up on the other side of the state near a Pleasant Hill but there school is called Newton.

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