This school served the Bunker Hill area from 1908 until 1929.
There were from ten to twenty-five students attending during the school-year which ran from August through December in the early years and eventually was increased to seven and then nine months. Classes began at 8:00 A.M. and were dismissed at 4:30 P.M.
Students were from six to twenty-one years of age and from the 1st through 8th grade.
The school was acquired by B.D. Gullett in 1929, dismantled and moved to his property near Duette. It served as a home for Mr. Gullett and later his daughter, Sallie Gullett Bradley, for sixty years.
It was moved to the Manatee Village Historical Park in the fall of 1989 and restored as a one-room school by dedicated volunteer labor.
UPDATE: Rebecca asked why there are two doors on the school. I had no idea. Searched Sir Google and found the answer... One for boys and one for girls, they were segregated and sat on different sides.
Here is the LINK to find the info on the 2 door thing, including homes and churches in the late 1800's.
Food was not provided by the school, but was brought each day by the students in a lunch pail and was usually staple food that was normally served on the family table.
I attended a 2 room school much like this one in 1953 in Kentucky. There were 6 of us in 4th grade and we shared a room with 1st through 4th.. I had never had water from a bucket with a shared dipper. I decided to make a cup by folding a sheet of notebook paper into a hat,
When I pumped the water into it... YOU KNOW WHAT happened... I did learn to drink from that dipper.