School and uniforms were so different then.
In 1896, Winfield Scott built a tiny house that became the one-room school in Scottsdale, and the town was named after Scott himself. Class size was 14 students across 8 different grades, the teacher’s salary $45 per month. It soon outgrew the space, and an annex was built in 1909. Today, it houses the Scottsdale Historical Museum, which has a one-room schoolhouse exhibit.