EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the sixth in a series of reports The Sun-Commercial will be doing on the history of schools that have closed their doors and, in some cases, exist today only in the memories of those who attended them.

OAKTOWN — Just like the oak trees that sprouted the leaves on their emblem, Oaktown's two schools stood tall and strong for decades, serving as the focal point for a bustling community.

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