Disneyland School Mural
312 First Ave. East, North wall
“Disneyland Schools” is where elementary students went to classes while a new school was being built in the early 1960s. The country school buildings that were moved in to be used as classrooms were painted different colors and were affectionately referred to as Disneyland/Lollipop Village and Easter Egg Village. The children going to classes there took great pride in telling what color building they attended.