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Building Brighter Futures with Children and Families
Built in 1925 with funds donated by the Oregon Legislature, the Old School educated the thousands of children who lived at the Children’s Farm Home before it was closed in 1978.
Its legacy was honored when it wasplaced on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007 and subsequently on the Benton County Register of Historic Resources in 2008.
Today, the Historic Old School is home to a cafe, gift shop, museum, and conference space that is open to the public. Proceeds from the services offered at the Historic Old School, which resides on the campus of the Children's Farm Home, benefit children and families experiencing mental health crises.
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