O'Neil School, District #2, was located on State Road east of Selkirk in the Northeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Section 10, Township 22 North. Range 3 East, Churchill Township, Ogemaw County.
The first school was of log and built in 1877 on the Cooper Farm just west of Selkirk. The second school
was built about a mile east of Selkirk in 1883. It was a log building and was later enlarged and bricked.
The District was annexed to Rose City School in May, 1963 and the building later burned.
Few records exist on who donated the land, who built the school,
or who taught or attended there. If you have any information concerning the O'Neil School, you are asked
to contact the Ogemaw County Coordinator, Grace Dooley.
Most of the existing records have been compiled by The Rose City Area Historical Society, Post Office Box 736, Rose City, MI 48654