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Dawson-Bryant Elementary School
4503 State Route 243
Ironton, Ohio 45638

Dawson-Bryant Elementary is located in the southern Appalachian hills of Lawrence County, Ohio, just north of the Kentucky border on State Route 243:  The 1951 building consolidated a number on one- and two-room schools throughout the Forestdale, Leatherwood, Springbranch, and Deering communities.  When the building was opened for instruction, it housed grades one through eight and was called Deering Elementary.  The next two decades brought multiple renovations, including a 1990 modular addition to the campus.  This modular was financed by Ameritech.  In 1993, district voters approved a levy for renovation and expansion.  By the fall of 1996, the building had become twice as large as the original and included a third floor.  All older aspects of the building were renovated.  The makeup of the student population changed with the increase in class space to a kindergarten-to-grade-five site.  The district consolidated three former elementary buildings (Deering, Andis, and Monitor)  into one districtwide kindergarten-to-grade-five school:  Dawson-Bryant Elementary (DBE).  In 2006, renovation and construction was finished once again to provide your students with a beautiful new elementary school.   

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