Hythe School District #3194 fonds. — 1940-1949, [ca. 1970]. — 2 cm of textual records.
The original school at Hythe, called Happy Valley, was built in 1914. Miss K. Robson was the first teacher. When Hythe became a village in 1929, a new frame school with three classrooms was built and the name of the district changed from Happy Valley to Hythe. By 1950, the small country schools were beginning to close and Hythe became a consolidated school with several one-room schools being moved onto the site. A new Elementary and a new Junior High School were eventually built.
Records were passed on to the County of Grande Prairie No. 1, who transferred them to South Peace Regional Archives in 2013.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of one minute book detailing the decisions made by the Hythe School District for the years 1940-1949, as well as accounts and one page of later historical notes based on the minutes.
Title based on the contents of the fonds.
Related records: fonds 063, County of Grande Prairie School Division No. 14 minutes (063.01) and correspondence (063.02).
Source of historical note: Pioneer Round-up, Volume I, A Grande Education
Accession No. 2013.06