Jonesboro School had eleven
grades in 1933-34, but the eleventh grade was dropped in 1934-35 so that
the school could be standardized with the state. Teachers in 1936 were P.
T. Lemons, Superintendent; Menlo Holloway, Guy C. Hartgraves, Miss
Georgia Franks, and Miss Delphia Farquhar. The Jonesboro
School is physically in Hamilton County, however, many of its
students live in Coryell County and it is legally a Coryell County
school. Jonesboro is sixteen miles east of Hamilton. The Hamilton/Coryell
County line is drawn through the town of Jonesboro.