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{{Infobox former school
|name           =Powderly Elementary School
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|name       = Powderly Elementary School
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|image       =  
|established    =?
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|years      = –[[2011]]
|closed          =2011
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|grades      = K-5
|address =1901 [[20th Street Southwest]]
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|enrollment = 230
|map     =({{Locate_address_inline | address=1901+20th+Street+SW | zoom=17 | type=h}})
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|enroll-year = 2008
|neighborhood =Powderly
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|colors      = yellow & green
|district       =7
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|mascot      = Tigers
|cluster      =III
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|address    = 1901 [[20th Street Southwest]]
|grades        =K-5
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|city        = Birmingham
|principal      =Andrea Wallace
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|map         = ({{Locate_address_inline | address=1901+20th+Street+SW | zoom=17 | type=h}})
|enrollment    =230
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|district    = [[Jefferson County Schools|Jefferson County]] (-1953)<br>[[Birmingham City Schools|Birmingham]] (1953-2011)
|enroll-year   =2008
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|colors        = Yellow & Green
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|mascot        = Tigers
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|website        =[http://powderly.bcse.schoolinsites.com/ powderly.bcse.schoolinsites.com]
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'''Powderly Elementary School''' is an elementary school in the [[Birmingham City Schools]] system located at 1901 [[20th Street Southwest]] at the intersection of [[Dawson Avenue Southwest]] in the [[Powderly]] neighborhood. Formerly part of [[Jefferson County Schools]], the school became part of the Birmingham system when the neighborhood was annexed into [[Birmingham]] in [[1953]]-[[1954|54]]. The principal is [[Andrea Wallace]].
 
  
Under the most recent school consolidation plan proposed by acting superintendent [[Barbara Allen]] and approved by the Board, Powderly Elementary would close in the Summer of 2011 with students transferring to a [[Lee Elementary School]], adjacent to [[West End High School]]. [http://blog.al.com/bn/2008/02/the_list.html]
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'''Powderly Elementary School''' was an elementary school in the [[Birmingham City Schools]] system located at 1901 [[20th Street Southwest]] at the intersection of [[Dawson Avenue Southwest]] in the [[Powderly]] neighborhood. Formerly part of [[Jefferson County Schools]], the school became part of the Birmingham system when the neighborhood was annexed into [[Birmingham]] in [[1953]]-[[1954|54]].
  
[[Category:Birmingham schools]]
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Under the school consolidation plan proposed by acting superintendent [[Barbara Allen]] and approved by the Board, Powderly Elementary closed in the Summer of 2011 with students transferring to the new [[West End Academy]] which replaced [[Lee Elementary School]] on the former site of [[West End High School]].
[[Category:Elementary schools]]
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==Principals==
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* [[Andrea Wallace]], -2011
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==References==
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* "[http://blog.al.com/bn/2008/02/the_list.html The List]" (February 26, 2008) {{BN}}
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[[Category:Former Jefferson County schools]]
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[[Category:Former Birmingham schools]]
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[[Category:Former elementary schools]]
 
[[Category:20th Street Southwest]]
 
[[Category:20th Street Southwest]]
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[[Category:2011 disestablishments]]

Latest revision as of 09:10, 21 December 2017

Powderly Elementary School
Active 2011
School type Public
District Jefferson County (-1953)
Birmingham (1953-2011)
Grades K-5
Colors yellow & green
Mascot Tigers
Location 1901 20th Street Southwest, (map)
Birmingham


Powderly Elementary School was an elementary school in the Birmingham City Schools system located at 1901 20th Street Southwest at the intersection of Dawson Avenue Southwest in the Powderly neighborhood. Formerly part of Jefferson County Schools, the school became part of the Birmingham system when the neighborhood was annexed into Birmingham in 1953-54.

Under the school consolidation plan proposed by acting superintendent Barbara Allen and approved by the Board, Powderly Elementary closed in the Summer of 2011 with students transferring to the new West End Academy which replaced Lee Elementary School on the former site of West End High School.

Principals

References