Daniel Webster Elementary School

Daniel Webster Elementary School is an elementary school in New Rochelle, New York, comprising grades Kindergarten through 5, operated by the City School District of New Rochelle. The school was a Blue Ribbon Award winner in 1993-1994. Unlike many other schools, Daniel Webster has a studio arts program.

The Daniel Webster School was one of six New Rochelle Public schools constructed between 1926 and 1932 to accommodate the community's enormous growth in population beginning at the turn of the 20th century. The school was designed to harmonize with the architecture of the homes recently built in the surrounding neighborhood, now known as Glenwood Lake. It is considered a superb local example of Jacobethan Revival-style architecture, and reflects a Suffolk home built during Queen Elizabeth’s reign from 1558-1603. Designed by the prominent architectural firm of Tooker and Marsh, New York City, the general contractors were Guidone and Bottino.

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