The Lititz Record, March 14, 1935, Thursday Morning, March 13, 1935
By Paul B. Furlow Annexing of Warwick In 1915 Made New School Necessary – When Lititz incorporated as a borough April 24, 1888, that portion of the town lying north of the Reading Railroad tracks was considered a part of Warwick Township, and was therefore not included in the Lititz Borough school district.
For many years the two sections of the town operated as separate units. When Warwick, that portion of the town north of the Railroad, began to grow and become an integral part of Lititz, it was annexed to the Lititz School District.
On August 19, 1915, a settlement was arranged between the Lititz and Warwick School boards for the acquisition of the two Warwick school buildings on Market Street.