Hunter School is a historic school building in Tabor, Iowa, United States. The one-room schoolhouse was built in 1901. The school was named for John H. Hunter, a farmer and landowner on whose property the original school was built c. 1865. Its use as a schoolhouse came to an end in 1920 when it was consolidated into the Tabor School District. The building was used as a township meeting and a polling place until 1990. Since then it has been maintained as a historical landmark. The former schoolhouse is a frame structure built on a brick foundation, and consists of a 24by main block and an 8ft square bell tower-entrance. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.
In home day care located in Tabor, IA. Hours of operation Monday- Friday 7am to 5pm.
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Fremont-Mills is located in Tabor, Iowa and is a member of the Corner Conference. Follow this page for information, pictures, and results.