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A new kindergarten through 6th grade school is expected to begin construction this fall. The school will be located several blocks from the district's headquarters and will be 22,500 square feet. The new school will be funded by the Arizona Department of Education School Facilities Board, which funds projects for schools that have reached capacity. The school will have room for nearly 300 students. Somerton's population is overwhelmingly Hispanic.
Somerton had a market cross in the 14th century. The High Cross was rebuilt in 1616 and 1673. Somerton's Town Hall dates from the late 17th century. It is home to a variety of 17th and 18th century buildings. In 1626, Sir Edward Hext built almshouses in Somerton and the town had a population of 1,145 people in 1801. During the Industrial Revolution, the population grew by a little bit, but there were few changes in Somerton.