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Luckily the school has been preserved quite well. In 2004, it became part of the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Springville Historic District. The south boundary of the district is Jefferson School. The school was converted into an office building as is currently occupied by Red Cliff Ascent Treatment Centers. Red Cliff Ascent is a residential treatment center, specializing in outdoor activities for at-risk youth. I don't know if they actually use the building as a housing complex, but I do believe that youth occasionally visit it, as the field to the west of the school is, I believe, owned by Red Cliff.
You may have noticed a couple of things by looking at the two photos. The building now is larger than the original photo. Sometime after the original photo was taken, the back half of the building was added. Also, the building is no longer called Jefferson School or Jefferson Elementary but Jefferson Center. If you would like a cool view of the whole area around this school, click here.