Mrs. Kaye Stanfield (formerly Geymont) a teacher from North Brook #3 who is now 94 traveled all the way from Tennessee to attend the celebration.
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Last Wednesday (April 13th) North Brook Elementary School held its 100th Year Celebration. The day started with a heritage day event so that students could understand what life might have been like 100 years ago.
At 4 PM the formal celebration took place. Former and current administrators, students, and staff got together to celebrate North Brook's history. The singing songbirds (current students) led by music teacher Carolyn Efird performed songs from 1922.
North Brook principal Elizabeth Carroll provided the Lincoln Herald the photos with this article.
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