Adamsville Elementary History
Adamsville Elementary School began in 1884 as a small logcabin. The coming of the railroad and rapid population growth led to theuse of Black's Chapel Church as a school building.
In 1898 the county constructed on Alabama Avenue a white frame twostory building that served the Adamsville community for the next 22years.
A fire destroyed the school in 1920. A new building containing eightclassrooms and a lunchroom was completed in 1921. This building wasenlarged in 1942. An auditorium and more classes were added in 1949. Yetmore classrooms, an office and the school's first indoor restrooms wereadded in 1953.
The present school facility at 4600 Hazelwood Road was completed in1980. Four additional classrooms were added in 1988, with another fouradded in 1998.
Adamsville Elementary School is a Title I school. We receive funds from the Title I program to enhance student learning. We have an extensive Parent Resource room from which parents may check out items to help students learn at school. The Parent resource room is open before each parent meeting held at the school and on a daily basis during the school year.
Technology in the classroom
Each classroom is equipped with an interactive white board,and document camera. Students have access to computers in the classroomas well as in the computer lab. Our library is equipped with E-readersfor students to use at school. Each classroom has Mini I-pads for useduring small groups or centers.