Interested in strolling back into time, over 100 years ago…what was it like?  What did they teach children in school then?  Spend time sitting in an antique desk from 1888 complete with inkwell or imagining what it would’ve been like to attend one of the first university’s of Oregon…what did they teach?  Do you know most universities began in churches?  Google it if you don’t believe me, I never knew it either.

Open up the doors to their mini library put together with wooden notches, no nails, no glue, even a little wooden card catalog holder still exists.

Walk down the ramp into the gymnasium built in 1931.  Just keep your shoes on, it’s the original floor, complete with slivers and an old chalkboard for keeping points.

Join us here at team schoolhouse alone or with a group for some inspiration and hold a planning session. 20 plus feet of chalkboard space in the vintage schoolhouse equals a lot of brainstorming potential….

What is it about sitting in an old one room schoolhouse that leaves you in awe that it still exists after 100 years?  Think of all the pursuits of man, the changes in society and technology, the family unit, modern day business, health care, churches, missions, etc.  The progression of mankind is wavering on the brink…come take a breather here and get re focused on what really matters.