“On March 21, 1931, the town meeting voted to have a committee bring in plans and specifications for a four-room school for south Raynham to replace the large wood-framed school.
On April 25, 1931, it was voted to construct the building at a cost of $29,000. There are now six classrooms. One unique factor in the construction of South School was that one section of the main floor was movable and could be raised or lowered, similar to the stage at Radio City Music Hall in New York. However, the floor has been stationed and secured at one level for many years. Miss J. B. Goodick, long-time South School principal, was an example of the finest teachers of her time.”
The History of Raynham, Patrice White