Located in Dallas County, Addison is a northern suburb of Dallas. While referred to as The Town of Addison, it was incorporated as city in June of 1953. The area where Addison now sits was originally settled back in 1846 when Preston Witt built his home near White Rock Creek. Addison didn’t get its name until 1902 when it was named after Addison Robertson, the postmaster from 1908 through 1916.
The Town of Addison has a rich history when it comes to its schools and educational system, with the city’s first school, the Addison School building, opening in 1914. In the mid-1950s, the school became party of the Dallas Independent School District, closing in 1964, and turning into a theme restaurant, called the Magic Time Machine, in the early 70s. The Neil Ray McLaughlin Elementary School was built in 1959, followed shortly after by Vivian Field Middle School in 1960 and R.L. Turner High School in 1962. In 2011, the George Herbert Walker Bush Elementary School opened in Addison.
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