The Snokomo one room schoolhouse is located just off of I-70. Take theSnokomo Road Exit 335 and turn South about 3/4 mile. The old limestone school is located about 8 miles South of Paxico, Kansas. The red pump stand and well date from about 1900 and is still operational.
The ivy covering parts of the limestone make this one of the most attractive one room schools I have visited.
A sturdy outhouse.
The school was completely restored in the 1970's but then was damaged by a tornado on April 26, 1991. The school was repaired and still stands surrounded by pasture ground.
School District #24 was organized in 1869 and a log structure was built.
This more substantial building was erected in 1883.
The school is located on the National Register of Historic Places at:
More pictures of the school at NPS: