The Elementary Training School was completed in 1924 as a one-story frame
building, (129 feet long, 20' 10'' wide on the ends, and 33' 6'' through the center), containing seven classrooms,
an office and a cloak room. Originally the building served as the laboratory for observation and directed teaching in
the elementary grades. Later it housed the Department of Mining Extension and High School Library. The
"College Catalog 1963 - 1965" says the Elementary Training School now has the offices of the Department of
Education and artist studios. The building disappeared from campus maps by 1972.
Other names: Normal Practice School Building. Listed as Arts and Education Building on one map.