South beaver Elementary
South Beaver Elementary was built in 1935, as a school for the Hispanic community. Much like the Dunbar School, South Beaver was segregated, underfunded, and often overlooked. After Dunbar school closed in 1952 its students were transferred to South Beaver thereby integrating the Hispanic population with the African-American population. South Beaver would never have a sizable white population--at the time of its closure less then 25% of the school's students were white.