EARLY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS IN WARREN COUNTY
County School Superintendent O.P. Roemer marked 1914 and 1915 as "the years of educational awakening in Warren County . . . people are demanding better schools and are interested in education as I've never seen them in the past fifteen years. . . . The spirit of consolidation is developing rapidly." During this biennium, the county school board gave each consolidated district two dollars for every dollar raised by private subscription with a $3,500 limit.