WINDY HILL or PERRY District No. 64
NW1/4SW1/4 of 33-14-22
From the Cheyenne Sunbeam newspaper, February 7, 1902: “Teachers R.E. Johnson and May Slain request your consideration of our proposition to teach a select school of ten weeks beginning immediately at the close of the winter term.
Report of Perry School for month ending January 31, 1902: Number of days taught: 20; Number of scholars enrolled for the month: 33; Total attendance 549 ½, Average Daily attendance 27 plus. Of those in daily attendance are Annie, May, James and Gus Cofer; Henry, Jesse and Haskell Pitts; Kirah Cook; Claude Baldwin; Edith B. Franklin, Teacher.
Teacher: Miss Eoland Carpenter (in May)
1916-17 (6 months)
Teacher: R.H. Dooty, Board: J.E. Cooper, C.B. Cooper, A.C. Sharum, Census: 27
1917-18 (7 months)
Teacher: Bonnie Vincent Board: J.E. Cooper, C.B. Cooper, A.C. Sharum, Census: 24
1918-19 (7 months)
Teacher: Minnie Guernsey Board: J.E. Cooper, C.B. Cooper, A.C. Sharum, Census: 24
On July 27, 1919, District No. 64 (Windy Hill) closed and consolidated with C-4 or Strong City.