Augusts B. Woodward Elementary

Augustus B. Woodward elementary was one of seven modern schools announced in 1961. The school was designed by Meathe, Kessler, and Associates, and featured a gymnasium at the center of the building with classrooms around the edges. It was the first school in the city to be heated and cooled with electricity only. The exterior was made of precast segments of concrete that were fabricated off-site. Woodward opened in March of 1963.

Designed for over 800 students, enrollment had fallen to 351 in 2004. It closed at the end of the school year and was demolished in 2010.