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ification Register (not Attmdonce Register); please fill it out 'with ink from your Clnssification Register and return to me at the end. of the last month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection. Stutly the plan given belory antl follov it accurately. Ifyou have not a Claesification Register in your School lel me know at' once; alaoiw form tho Presitlent ol your School Boarcl or your
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ing teachers shoukl not change the classificstion left by predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at ttie close of each term each being claesifiecl in the gracle which he hae just
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7th. A pupil changing from one echool to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate ofhis stantling, which will enable the teaeher whose school he enters to classify him without oxamination. 8th. Oqtifrcat$ of Promotion antl Monthly Reports to Parents may be found. to be valuable helps,

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in giving special drills in writing to all grades ?


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1st. Reacl the coutgo of stutly carefully; notice the number of gracles dnd the work that eirch glade inclucles. 2d, Ascertain in which grade ofthe Course each pupil has nzosl of his work, and classify him in that gratle. If he has not all of his etudies in this gratle, mark the gtade in whicb such other stuclies are found, under the heaclings for these respective studies. (See sample form
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pupil has completecl a study antlpassecl a satisfactory examination, creilit hinr with it in the column of "Studies Completed thia Term," also record it in the i'Record of Stuclies. Completed," iu the back part of tho Regisler. This record should show evely study vhich eap\pupil completes, until he finiehes the course and gtad{ates from the district school. The graduating of
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inkeepingpupilsfrom "dropping out" of echool, Diplonas for graduation will be furnished by the County Snperintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. The ('Syllabus of Classes" shows every class in each stualy, and the pupile (indicatecl by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class clur-

ingtheterm. Thenames of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring .to the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of '.Names of
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OAILY PROGRAM

(NorD.-State what your scbool needs in opp&ratus, blackboorais, etc.; a,lso give the names of pupils Dot provided witb boohs, naming the books needed, Suggesq \yherein the County Superintenalent can co-operate witb you tor: the odvancement of your scbool, etc.)

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This preliminary Report should show the present organization of your school, and the condition of your schoolroom and grounds. It will enable me to give you prompt and valuable assistance during your present term of school. Please fill out carefully with ink, and mail to me at close of the FIRST WEEK of school. Due credit will be given you for filing this report promptly. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.

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mail to me immediately after school is organized. Due credit will be given you for filing this report promptly. County Superintendent of Schools.

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Prelilrhaxy Report should show the preseJrt organizatiotr of your school, and tbe cotrdition of your schoolroom and grouuds, to give ygu proEpt atrd valuable assistance duaingyoll-present term of school, Please fill out carefully with ink, and :mail to mti immediately after the school is organized, Due credit will be given for fiIing tlris report promptly. County Superintendent of Schools.

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Thisreporting sheet corresponds to a page ofyour Class-

classiEcation of any school is the most and should be made with much care. Succeed.ing teachers should not cbange the classification left by their pretlecesgors without good reason.

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form the President oI your School Boartl or your

ification Register (not Attendance Register); please fill it out'with inh from your Clnssification Registerand return to ne at the end of the last month of the term. It will be keptfor public inspection. Stutty the plan given belorv and follow it accurately. Ifyou have not a Claesification Register in your School let me hnow at once,. also in-

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to the First and Second Reader classes, and have them write from ten to twenty minutes daily ? -..-Do you dfend at least fifteen minutes daily

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\Yhen a pupil has completecl a stutly andpassed a satisfactory eramination, creclit hirn with it in the c6lumn of "Stuclies Completed thia Term,,' also record it in the "Record of Stuclies Completed,,, iu the bach part of the Register. This record shoukl show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the dietrict school. The gr.aduating of claseea is one ofthe greatest incentives that can be useal inkeepingpupilsfrom .'dropping out', of school, Diplomas for graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. The "Syllabus of Classes',shows every class in each study, antl the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each.class dursponding to each number, in the column

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other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to
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work ? Do you ve Oral Language Lessons to the FirSt and Second Reader classes, and
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intendent's office. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at nnce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

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him rvith it in the column of "Studies Completed this Term."

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from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas for


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fill it out with ink from your Classification Register and return it to me at the end of the last month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection.
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ttendance Regi ster)

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you have not a Classification Register in your School let ne lnow at nnce; also inform the President
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it

accurately.

5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with much care. Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of. each term each being classified in the grade which he has lustfnislted. 7th. A pupjl changing from one school to any other in which this R egister is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to
classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcaus Ef Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

m posted up in your

school room? preparatlon tor your Do vou ma work ? Do you gi Oral Language Lessons to the Fiist and Second Reader classes, and
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ifair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing o"
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How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

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those

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includes.

all grades? Do you ha

in the Third and

Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has nost of his work, and classify him in that grade. If he has not all of his studies in this grade, mark the grade in which such other studies are found, under the headings for these respective studies.'
(See sample form in Register. )

2d.

3d.

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passed a satisfactory examination, credit

in the column of "Studies Comoleted this Term."

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Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter ea$ wgk besides other language ' -llworl( ? y'7 4z .:. Do you gi lower grades daily? Do
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show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas


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classes is one of the greatest.incentiveS that can be used in keepingpupils

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by each class during the term. 'I'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

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the names, cbrresponding to each numberr' in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difrcult, and should be made with much care.
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changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be iust and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing o" opinion by successive teachers.

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the names, corresponding to each nuniber, in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with much care.
tion left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close .of
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TVrite Answers to the following Questions:

Is your daily program posted up

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fill it out with ink from your Classification Register and return it to me at the end of the last month of the term, It will be kept for public inspection.

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in the grade which

school room? Do you make daily reparation for your

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you have not a Classification Register in your Sclrool let me Anou at lnce; also inform the PresiCent of your School Board or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintendent's oftce, Pleise endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at lnce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

Study the plan given below and follorv

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he has justfnished.

changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters'to \ classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be iust and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing or opinion by successive teachers.

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How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

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under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completecl a study and passed a satisfactorv examination. credit him with it in the column of 'zstudies Comnleted this I'erm."
record it in the "Record of Sludies Completed," in the back part of the Register. This record should show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district school. The gradrrating of classes is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

the Third and Do you Fourth R"ader grades \,vrite at least one k begides other language A letter lN{,-e/\,L Qlyyr vrilr,t^L work ? I ! Do Number Work to the , f lorver grades daily? 2 t Do
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will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. The "syllabus of Classes" shows every class in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. f'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to
graduation

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the namesr_.corresponding to each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." Sth. t The frsl classification of any school is the most diffcult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the classifica.

Write Answers to the following Questions:

Is your daily program posted up in your

If

you have not a Classification Register in your School let tne Anow at nnce; also inform the President of your School Board or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintendent's offce. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at Lnce, so that all the schools may be .'lassiFed before the end of the term.
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tion left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. f-he classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of. each term each being classified in the grade which be has justfnisled. 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may rdceive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates of Promoion and Monthly Reporrs to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be jax and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of oBinion by successive teachers.

school room? 4o . Do you make /aily preparation for your

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Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the work that each grade
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2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has mott of. his work, and classify him in that grade. If he has not all of his studies in this grade, mark the grade in which such other studies are found,
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also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed,"

in the back part of the Register.' This record should show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district school. The graduating of classes is one of the greatest.incentives that can be used in keepingpupils graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study.

from "dropp.ing out" of school. Diplomas for

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Failure to File this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be entered in his Record against
the Teacher as a Dereliction of

has just finished.


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Duty.

This reportinE sheet corresponds to the classification secti6n of y=our CombinedRegister; please filI it out with ink from your Register and return to me at the end of the lasi month- of the term. It rvill be kept for public inspection. Study the plan given bea loi and-follorv iC accurately. If you have not at Combined Resister in your School let me know once; also-infdrm the Piesident of your Scho*ol Board or your Director. The Reqisterdan be obtained at the County Superintendentis officd Please endeavor to have a Register provided for youl school at once, so that your school may be Llassified before the end of the term.

fn making your recommendations in tlie section at light of ''Pages Canvassed this Term." be iust. Tf,is section classifies this school for vilur suicessor, Make no recorn'mendations that -would you not folow scrupulously wel'e you to continue rvork in this school next term' ?th. A nupil chanEinE from one school to any other in whidir this Feeister is used, may receive fi:om his teacher a certificate of his standing, lvhich will enable the teacher rvhose school he enters to classify him without examination.,

Wfile Answers to the Follotting


I

Oueslions:

1. fs your ilaily program posted up in your 2. Do you make daily preparation for your work? Yet'L 3. Do you give Oral Language Lessons to

8th. Certificates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps and may be ob[ained from the County Superintendent' gth. Be iust and fbir in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of opinion by successive teachers.
The following will assist you in making your Report

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the First and Second Reader Classes, and have

Hl* to Classify
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Your School
Register.

in the Classification

accuratelY:

themwrite from ten to twenty minutes daily?

1st. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of folms and the worlc that each form in2d. Ascertain in which form of the Course each nunil has most of the work, and classify him in that iorm. If he has not all of his studies in this form, mark the form in which such other studies are found,
nassed a satisfdctorv examinatibn, credit him

under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register.) 3d. When a pupit has completed -1 -sludy . .3n$ .

in the column of "studies Completed this Term," aiso recorcl it in the "Record of Sludies Completecl," in

with

itf

the sum of the days of absence of all pupils enrolled -Do days a not count the 'When pupil was durinE the ternr. a pupil is "drop-ped" as "days of absence." "droiied" he is not a member of your school and t'absentt' in the sensc henc-e-cannot be considered as in which the rvord "absent" is here used. Absence that is less than half a day will be reported as a half day's absence; for example, if a punil comes before the close of the forenoon recess, -count him tardy only; but if he should not arrive until after the iorenoon recess, count him absent a half. day. Observe the samc rule for the afternoon

Total Nuurber of Davs of Absence-This will

be

4.

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leist fifteen

minutes

daily in grving special drills in

writing in all
pen and

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5.

Do you have your pupils use


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ihe back part of the Register. This record should iitow everv study which -each pupil completes, until he finishei the course and gtaduates from the district school. The graduating of classes is one of the ereatest incentives-that can 5e used in heeping pupils f=rorn "droppinq out" of school. Diplomas for graduation rvilile Turnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of stucly' 4th. The "syllabus of Classes" shows every.classl in each study, and the pupils (indicatedby-numbers) | ' 6tto"gi"s t6'it, also fhe^ pages canvassed by each ftofrtrs thd term. The names of pupils belong"tiss i"E t" eu"tt" class may be found by referling to the tru-*"t, correspondingto each number, in the column' of "Names of PuPils." 5th. The first classification of any school- is the most difrcult, and should be made with much care''
Sit-;.;edilE teachers should not change the classifica-

Total Number of Days of Attendance-This rvill be the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enlollecl during the term. The total number of tlays of "attendance, plus the total number days of abseuce, shoulcl ALWAYS equal the total number days -of membership. This fact will enable ]'ou to tcst the accuracv oi vour results. AveriEe Daily Attendance-This is found by dividinE th1 total days of attendance by the number: of davs taueht. Ahvavs express the quotient as a
rvhole

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ink in Writins Lessons

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6. Where do you expect to teach next term ?


7- Ifyou do not at present
have a position

more should be called

nuinber. A fraction that is less than a half should be dropped, but a fraction that is a half or
1.

Number: Violating Compulsor:y Attenda-nce f,awThe larv requires a1[pupils bctween the ages of seven

for next term, rvill you notify this office as soon as you get the promise of a position-and give the name of the school?
Vacation Adtlress:

and sixteen-to attenil sZhool rcgularly at least twen-

It does not'apply to pupils rvho live mor:e than trvo t'niles from school. tv-four consecutive weeks.

tion left bly their predecessors -Oitt.

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classihcation as

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Whole Number of Days Taught-Count every day for rvhich you drarv pay-as taught. Averase-Cost of Tiriiion per Month per Pupil This

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is foundly dividing the amount paid the tea-cher per -the average daily attendance for the term. month by

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Failuro to File thie Rcport in the Superintenilont'e Oiiice will be ontereil in his Record
against the Teacher as a De-

roliction of Duty.
This reportingsheet corresponds to the classification section of your Combined Register; please fill it out with ink from vour Recister and return to me at the end of the last-month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection. Study the plan given belowand foliow it accuratelv. If v'ou have no-t a Combined Reeister in your Sciool lei me know at once; also inforir the President of your School Board or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintendent's office. Please endeavor to have a Register providecl for your school o,t once, so that your school may be classified before the end of the term.

fi,ni,slted,. In makinE your recommendationsin theseciion at right of "Pa[da Canvassedthis Term," be just. This section classifles this school for your successor. Make no recommendation that you would not follow scrupulously were you

Write Answers to the Following Questions: 1. Is your daily program posted up in your
school

'!

teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certificates of Promotion and. Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps, and may be obtained from the County Superintendent. 9th. Be just andfuir in your markings, neither too high nor tbo low, so as to avoiclclashing of opinion by
successrve reacners.

to continue work in this school next term. ?th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which ihis Register is used, may receive from his

2. 3.

Do you make daily preparation for your

Do you give Oral Language Lessons to

the First and Second Reader Classes, and have


The

iollowing rvill aesiet yorr in rnaLing your


Roport acouratcly:

them write from

ten to twentv minutes dailv?

Eow to Glaseily Your Sahool in the Claesifi. cation Rogieter.


1st. Read the courge of study darefully; notice the number of forms andthe workthateach formincludes. 2d. Ascertain in which form oftheCourse each pupil -If t.as most of his work, and cla'ssify him in that form. he has not all of his studiesinthis form, mark theform

sum of the davs

Total Number of DayB of Absence-This will be the

henci^cannot be considered

ingthe term.- Do not count the-days a pupil was "dropped" as "days of absence." When a pupil is "drobped" he is not a member of vour echbol and

of

absence

of all pupils enrolled dur-

in which such other studies are found, under the headings for these respective gtudies. (See sample form in Register.) 3d. When q pupil has completed'a study and passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with.it in the column of "Sbudier Completed this Term," also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. Thig record should sholi'every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the
course and graduates from

the district gchool. The graduating of classes is_ one of the greatest incentives that can be used in keeping pupils from "dropping out" of echool. Diplomas for graduationwill be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who

ag "absdnt" in the sense in which the word "absent" is here used. Absence that is less than half aday willbe reported as a half day's absence; for example, if a pupil comes before the close of the forenoon recess, count him tardy onlv: but if he should not arrive until after the forenoo'n r-ecess, count him absent a half day. Observe the same rule for the afternoon session. Total Number of Days of Attendance-This will be the sum of the clays of attendance of all pupils enrolled during the term. The total number of days of

Do you spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing in all
4.

grades

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5. 6.

Do you have your pupils use pen and iuk

in the Writing Lessons?


Where do you expect to teach next term?

the total number days of absence, should ALWAYS equal the total number days of membership. This fact will enable you to test the accuracy of your results.
attendance, plus davs
nu-mber.

of Pupils," 5th. Thelrst classification of any schoolie the most difficult, an-d should be made with niuch care. Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left
by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by eachteacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of each term 'th'e grade which he has just each being classified in

finish the course of study, 4th. The "Syllabus of Classes" shows every class in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during. the term-, 'l-'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of
r'Names

Average Daily Attendance-This is found by dividing the fotal days of attendance by the number of

1. If you do not at

present have a position

tausht. Alwavs express the quotient as a whole - A fractioi thaf is less th-an a half should be dropped, but'a fraction that is a half or more should
be called
1.

for next term, rvill you notify this office as soon as you get the promise of a position-and give
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Number Violating Compulsory Attendance LawThe law requires all pupils between the aEes of seven and sixteen'to attendsdhool regularlyat least twentyfour consecutive weeks. It does not apply to pupils who live more than two miles from school.
Whole Number

Vacation Address:

for whicb you draw pay as taugbt. Average Cost of Tuition per Month per Pupil-This is found by dividing the amount paid the teacher per month by the average daily attendance for the term

of Days Taught-Count every day

city

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Number of non-residen! pupils enrolled,' Whole number of pupils enrolled,

Total days attendance, Average daily attendance. Number of days absent,

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Number of cases tardiness, Number neither absent nor tardy, Number volumes in school library Value of school library.....-... General condition of library books..........
General condition of school room-.............. Number of trees on school ground in thrifty condition.... Condition of out buildings, Boys'.............. Condition of out buildings,
Girls'.....-....-..
.................... -..

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Condition of Coal House............ Teacher's salary per month, Number of Visits, Superintendent............... General Remarks

I hereby certify that the abovgr7epgrt is correct


TEACHER.

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Of School in DisJrict No. -----le -_-_ Sta For the - - - : J- X*-=.r/- -- - - commencing- :
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co-oDerate

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library books..............

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Teacher's Remarks

to

Superintendent

DAILY PROGRAM,

..

DAILY PROGRAM,
AFTERNOON

(NOTE)-Suggest wherein the County Superintendent can co-oDerate with you for the ad.vancement of your school, etc.

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Number of non-"".ident pupils enrolled, Whole number of pupils enrolled, Totbl days attendance, Average daily attendance,
Number of days absent,

Number of cases tardiness, Number neither absent nor tardy, - Number volumes in school library.....-.... .,,.9..6., .. ....---.-^ Value of schooi library.-........ ". !/-.].Qi.,,.... . ........ General conditibn of liliiary bootrs.....-....#. ^*aa^ General condition of school rcom-..-.-...(fu{*. Numbenof trees on.school ground in thrifty condi C ondition of out buil clin gs, B oys'............... *.o;t*-,-^

Girl

s...................-9-. ...................-.-..-.....,

Total

others....o,-tx*r*...?.Q..., Tota1.......... 1..-=k-

I hereby certify that the above report is correct


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give the grade in which used.
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Please use

the space below to report any books

Failure to fill /.-Z*""tv .uperintuna

this report and file

it

with the
cause

Do you use the N ;econd grades? week?


grade
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at
least 45 minutes

Primer in your first and

the O]assrfication register, will be sufricient


Usecl

Do you teach.fufiting

Name of books.

in which grade.
T--?

to refuse renewal or registration of the certificate.


Cy

each

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This leport agrees with the outline for this Counand the State Course.

lJo your punul useJen and rnK above the second

Pupils shall complete the wor.k outlined for each year and spend the rest of the time in review.
The classification report in your register and the daily program you leave will be of much help to your sncccssor. They should be filled very carefully.. The following will assist you in making your Report accurately: Total Number of Days of Absence-This will be the sum of the days of absence of all pupils enrolled during the term. Do not count the days a pupil was "dropped" as "days of absence". When a pupil is "dropped" he is not a member of your school, and hence cannot be considered as "absent" in the sense in u'hich the word "absent" is here used.

books? . IAt^.-....1--q*t*:fr
. Arr you teaSne drawins fr{the least twice each wiek?..
Class

? -............-\,-..... . il.*.... Do your pupils \Jve /[E w$ting manual


books

or at

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Do you have the Primer Class and First Reader at least three times each a"vZ--;fiH.......... Do you have the Second Reader lCpss read at

least twice each day ?.....


each day h
?

Do your children frnow

fuk.y-......................
give the flag salute
-

?--..........)|f--- QNa --.....-....!t#*-rs your ce*in\a[ registered.?... Uf.%*-.

What Reading Circle Books havb tyou read

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CONVEMENT DIRECTIONS (How to find) 1. Number Belonging Each Day.-From total number enrolled subtract the number rvhose names
have been dropped.

\
Director.....-Number of visits from Have you sent

Parents.

:lend

Co. Sup't.........{..

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b

total number of days all pupils belonged by humber of days taught. 3. Average Daily Attendance.-Divide the total number of days attended by the number of days

2.

Average Number Belonging.

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-"rl}'aa--^Il^,| +L^ +L.i-,i

rolled drrriqs the-.year. is fo-und^by taking -the

taught. Express the quotient as a whole number. 4. Average Cost of Tuition per Month.-Divide amount pa.id teacher per month by the average daily attendance for term. --5. The Total Number o_f d!fi-erept_ persons en-

of each month? Number of gighth grade pupils who exSect to sraduate....... -(/-:------...-..... Have they finished all of the books as fper Course of Study Outline?-..4A-... Study Outltne?--fl,*-..$er
Are you,allowigg your pupils to do mor4f,han the

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ll

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sum

after they finish

Are they doing supplementary and review work th"e yoirk outlined for the grade?

seven and sixteen to atte-ndschool iegularly aE least trventy-four consecutive weeks, beginning sept' 1st'

.^. of The law requires all pupils betfreen the ages ^*

fr

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latr

Number

of

books read 'by

children this term ?

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every for Ylg!g Iy!"19f_D1vs laugnLiCount which you draw pay as tauEht.i

day

Do yo}. do the Ja4itor work a,ftel 4 p. M. each day? ..:...1&r-,......_.........j

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pLEASE ANSWER FULLy Is your daily program postea t......[l.c-.-...-....... preparationlflvour recitaD1 vou

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Give date of beginning of next

term......-3-....

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TEACIIER'S RE1TTARKS TO

SUPERIIYIENDENT

TEACIIER'S SUMMABYI REPORT

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is
operate with

Suggest wherein the County Superintendent can co-

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,
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DAILY PROGRAM

r't:

FORENOON SESSION

you for the advancement of your

rr_^,,
ITEMS OF NEPORT

I
TOTAL

....r1....

'Whole number diferent pupils enrolled to date since

last September

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Ur

lx

Whole number dilferent


pils enrolled this term
enrolled not
-.....

:+ -No. rffff",** :::::1.::: ::::'#'


erunlled jn-this ppunty th

Number of pirpils belongin at date of this report -..--.. Number pupils dropped thi
term and not returned
....--.

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Number enrolled between and 16 years of age ....--....


Number of pupils from districts enrolled this
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Total number days absence


Average daily attendance ---......-.-....-.....-... Total number cases of tardiness Number neither absent nor tardy

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Number violating compulsory attendance law

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Whole number of days taught Average cost of lritio4 per month

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for

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each pupil

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Compensation of teacher per month

Number volumes in library Number living trees on ground --..-....-J

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IIas your school a


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pole and rope?

are conecL Value of apparatus Ifome Address -.....

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TO BE FILLED OUT BY TEACITER OR PRINCIPAL

TpncHERS' AxNUAI- REpoR.T


For districts maintaining ten years of school work or
less

.
Name of

Year of 1912-13

(2,)

Darollrnent for the year by grades. (Do not count any pupil more than once,)
2nd Yr

3rd Yr,
Boys

4tb Yr.
Boys

Sth Boys

Yr
Girls

6th Yr.
Boys

7th Yr. Girls

8th Yr.
Boys

9th Yr
Boys

10th Boys

Yr
Girls
Boys

nor. oi,r"

Boys

Girls

Girls

Girls

Girls Eoys

Girls

Girls

Girls

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(4.)
(s.) (6.)
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Whole number of different teachers employed during the year (include item 11

aad

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fr,,.#:li-l tffi-

1.)

(12.)

(13.) Amount oi ,rrrw

earned by . (rr a room hs been tausbt by morc trrm on" t"u"r",,

to.l.r-... ].

(14.) Total days' attendance of all pupils "nronua..........-1 (16.) Number of school houses. (17.) Numberof seatsorsittings for (18.) Value of school propertyi
(a) Sites and
stucly

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f f A-+7 $'J"/j"" Total' $"lZ"Y"'

.Pabnp(k..(1L.....

Rentet1.................... Tota1....................

(capacity).....:..

,......*1..*.........
.$......../.....V..9......

buildings.

Q*a

(b) Equipment (furniture, library, apparatus, etc.)....

(2t.)
(22.) (23.) (24.)

Amountof alltaxesleviedforschoolpurposes, madeAugust,


Amount of bondecl indebtedness, July 1,

19L2...

......$..,
. . . . .$...

1913.

Numberofvo1umesinlibraryexc1usiveofsupp1ementaryreadingbooksforclassuse.
Number of private schools in the districtt..........I..L,f,1JA*

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v. PsPue

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(25.) Number of persons between the ages of 12 and 21 who are uaable io read aad write 8oys........................ Gids........................ T:otal.^l...LiYT)-A'\,/'l (26.) Amount of endowment or permanent funcl belonging to this district.. . . . . . .$...../..(. .t:ft.9..,/
,z(Confer with the Clerk of the Board relative to qustions 18, 21,-22, 24, 25 nd, 26.) GAe numbers in prenthes conepond to nubers in the Directors'Annual Report).

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The foregoing is correct to the best of my knowleclge ancl belief. Date school closed:
U

IWaar.k...........tgrs.

'

.
Teachdr or'Priacioal.

Make out in duplioate and file one copy with the Clerk of the Board, with your last schedule, and mail the other copy to the County Superinteadent of Schools, at the close of school.

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TO 8D F,ILLED OUT BY TEACEER OR FRflTEu'AI

ff

CtrARGE OT BIIILDh{G

TnecHER.s'AxxuAL RppoRT
YBan

or 1913-14
Pist,
No...F...,..

Y::x&x,#,,yr,,,
1st Yr. Boys 2nd Yr, Boys 3rd Yr. Boys

pupil more thaa once.)


Sth Boys

4th Yr.
Boys

Yr.
Girls

6th Yr.

7th Yr.
Boye
Gtuls

8th Yr.
Boyg

gth Yr.
Boys

10th Yr.

lth Yr.
Boys

12th Boys

Yr.
Girls-

Girls

Girls

Gids

Glrls

% /. /

Total: Elementry....,

Boys

Girls

-1-

tq

Gids

Girls Boye

Girls

Girls

Seondary CHrSh)....

Actual number of days school was in session:......

4.

Whole number of difierent persorxi employed as teachers in this building for the whole or part of the year, who have not been transferreii to another building in this district

Number of eighth grade grailuates or promotions


6. 7. 8. 9.

Number of elementary pupils paying tuition. Number of high school graduates Number of high school tuition pupils.
(a) Superintendeots who do no
.

Aclministrative officers (tloes not apply to one-room districts):

teaching

....:.

(b) Principals and Supervisors who teach less than half time...
10.

Teachers and nrinciphls who teach half time or more (if more thao one person has room, only iountihe one teaching the longer part of the term) . .

taught in a

11.

Total number of teaching positions (sum of 9 and 10) (show only the actual positions) Teaihers' qualifications: Number grad!?_t3 of. a College aod State

L2.

A Normal

School?............

A four-year $i

not a graduate, how many have attenclecl a college?


(Give only highest graduation or attendirespond with No. 11 above.)

..............................? A State Normal Schoolir.lJ.!.1


ance of eadr teacher at work at end of term.
13.

Amount of annual salary earned by teachers: (If a position has been held by more than one
served

longest.)

f, gi";;

T. the duipreEind by all, but innual saliry 1T9o,

.,.,.:.::i

s.,7-*:=

.................,

r""J#;S*;-.#oman) c'

wrro

14,

Total days' attendance of all pupils enrolled.


b1' district?.

t6. Is the building owned or rented


LI.

Numberofsittingsforstudy(capacity)(doubleseatstobecountedastwosittings).............../.
Value of school property:.
(a) Sites and

18.

buildings. etc.)..'
teachers holding positions

:.. '.....

$......'......'....................

(b) Equipment (furniture, library, apparatus,

.......

Total.

19. Give length of

service

in this

tlistrict

of

at

close

of

school:

yr.?'rl\'.............

.,/

2 yrs.?.......'........'.......

12 yrs.?....,................. 18 yrs.?...........;..:... 19 yrs.?. . . ...-..:......

2_0

yrs. or morel-......-....

(Time less thao a-year is to be couoteil as one year.)

20.

Promotion of health and attendance: (a) Number of insPectors e-FloYed:

2L. Amount

of all taxes levieil for school purposes, made August,


indebteclness,

1913..

22. Amount of bonclecl

July 1,

1914.
reading books for class use.

$""""""""""""""" $"""""""""""""""

23. Numbcr of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary 24. Number of private schools in the dlistrict:.......H..

(a) Number of teachers (b) Number

employed. of pupils enrolled.

25. Number of persons between 26. Have you anY dePartme

, , 'Men..'....o,...... Foen..'..rf"-....... Tota1""'{""""""" t ct 1"...... ?-....... t.',r-. 8,.?e. 'noys.".".l"J the ages of 12 and 21 who are unable to read aatl write. .8oys........ffi.' Gir1s........*-'.... Total....'#........
.

..

27, Amount of endowment or permanent fund belonging to this district t" ;bdb thtiotor-ition caXedfor in questions !8,2L,22,24,25 and27 tif y"i, "nn""Ui" . (oven)

teadtly ,let the items remaio blank.)

$"""""""""""""""

29.
Enter in

SAI,ARIES OF TEACHERS.
schools paid

tle following table tle number of teachers in tlay

the tlifrerent annual salaries.

Er.slrBr.rrenv
Sar.enrss

Secoxoanv
W'omen

Er,BMsNrenv
SeLanrss

SecoNpanv Women

Men

W'omen

Men

Men

Women

Men

Less than $200.. Less

$1,2fi) to $1,299

to $300 to $400 to $500 to $600 to


$200 $700 $800

$299..
$399..

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!81.400

to $1.499

$499... $599...
$699

lRl-5oo to Sl-Soo $1.600 to !81.600 $1,700 to $1,799

...

to

'$799 . ...

.:.

$1,800 to $1,899

to $899... $90p to S999... $1,000 to $1,099.


$1,100 to $1,199.

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$2-OOO

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NOTICE.
out this report in duplicate, except in districts having two or more buildings and a superintendent, and file one copy with the clerk of the school board and mail the other copy to the county superintendent at the close of school.
MaJ<e

Io clistricts having two or more buildings and a superintendent, only one copy is to be made by the ?rincipal of each building and filed with the Superintendent who is to consolidate the several reports and ma.ke one copy for the Clerk of the school board aad one to be mailecl to the County Superinteadent at the close of school.

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Number of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion?........::::..........,Number found aftected?.....*..............Number of homes visited by
nurse or inspecting

io yrs. or more?.

idJ";r purioi. y*r'""

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officer?................,.......
T

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Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?.....-......Men?..............Women?......1....... A-ouot pq{ trgant officers?................. Number of children not attending school between the ages ol 7 and 14?....=:;........ 14 and I6?...=,a=..... Number of children arrested and
placetl in charge of teacher?..,,=:..........Number sentenced by a court to a delinquent school?..........:S..Number of school and age certificates
-

issued?....................

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Amount of all taxes levied for school purposes, made August


iodebtedness, Juty 1,

1914... booksforclassuse....

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S.................

22.' Amount of bonded

1915...

29. Number of volumes in library

exclusive of supplementary reading

/ / 3
Number

24.

Number of]private schools in the district?.........=..... Number of teachers employed?-...:-........ Men?....-:........Women?..*..........

ofpupilsenrolledinelementarygrades(lsttoSth): novs?......,/./........ Gns?../-.L.-.... SeconclaryGrades(9th.to.J2th):-Boys?...........-... Girls?........................ College Grades (13th to 16th): Boys?. Girls?........................ ! persons 25. Number of the ages.of L2 and.2I who are unable to read and write: 8oys......;-.......,...., Girls...,.;lll-.*.,.. ..Total.,.-=...... lejw,een
Have you :

26.

27. Amountof endowmentorpermatrentfuntlbelongingtotthirai.iri"t..:.....


(If you are unable to obtain the information
called for

....;...................-...'...
27

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(ovsn)

;...............-..-.....'

rgadily, let the items remain blank.)

29.
Eater in

SALARIES OF TEACEERS..

tle

following table the aumber of teachers io day schools paid the diferent annual salaries.
Er.BuBr.rtenY

SBcoNoeny

Er.eue Ser.amss

wrenv
Women

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Men
Women

Ser.er:Bs

Men

Women

Men

Women

Men

Less

tlan

$20O..

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. . . .

$1.2oo to $1-2OO
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to $300 to $t100 to $50o to $600 to


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$299.. $399..
$499.. .

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$1-.1OO

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!81.600 to !81.699
$1-7OO

$599..

$699. . .

to !81-790

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$2

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$lro99.

!82.50O [3,OOO

to $2.499
snd

$1,100 to $1,199.

Total (same adltem 11)... . . . .

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NOTICE.

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In districts having two or more buildings and a superintendent, only one copy is to be made by the Principal of each building and filed with the Superintendent, who is to consolidate the several rep6rts and make one copy for the Clerk of the sdrool board to be 6led with the township treasurer, rrrd onu to be mailed to the County Superintendent at the close of school.

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Dist.
No.....2......... All Betwcen 6 and
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Date of-Census:
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School census:

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Secondary (High)

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4'Numberofvacq'ciescausedbydeath?.'....../-.'..'...Resignatioo,etc.?....''.......'....Chaage

5'NumberofeighthgradegraduatesorpromotionS.....

10.

6.Numberofelementartuitionpupi|sattendiogthisschoo1......Boys.......''.....'.Girls.',... 7. Number of high 8. Number of high school trdtio; pupils attendh 9. Admioistrative oftcers (does not apply to one-room districts): (a) Superintendents who do no teaching . .....Men................Wome4.......,.,..Tota1.. (b) Principals and Supervisors who teach less than half time. .... . . * ...Men,.......,.......Wom-en.i,;.,....Tota1...........,....,.
Teachers and principals who teach half time or more (il more than one person has taught .:..... only count theoneteaching thelonger part of the term).... of teaching positions (sum of 9 and l0) (show only theactual

in a

room .....Men................Women....,.......Tota1........,.........

11. Total number


12. 'Qualifca A Normal

positioos)....

..Men................Wo-"o....J......totat.......!.,.......

School

only?...

A four-year High School only?......................., If not a graduate, how maay have attenclecl a college?

? A State Normal School?......../,.............. A Htsh School?.................... . (Give onty highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total must not be more than No. 11 above.)
13.Aoountofannual'salarearnedbyteachers:Men,$................-....;.Women,s.....'...,'.m,

^ (lf a position has been held by more than one person, t4. Total days' attendance of all pupils enrolled. contributed....

give as annual salary the sum earned by all for the ser holding the position longest.)

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15.Numberofteachcrscontributingtot1reI11inoisStateTeacher'sPensionandRetirementFuird'.......''.....................'....;......:............

17. Number of sittings for study (capacity)


18.- Value of school property:
(a) Sites and

(double scats to be counted as two

slttings)
.

.........2-..7..r...........

24

buildings. etc.)...
.

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...:....1...5.tf().........'.

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19.

(b) Equipment (furniture, library, apparatus,

Total.
Give length

...

$.'.1.0.0.I).'....'....

17 yrs.?..,...................

18.yrs.?

19 yrs.?.................... 20 yrs. or

more?.

(Count part of a year as a year.)


homes visited

20.Promotionofhealtlr:NumberofnurSesemployed?...'...'........Physicians?.....'..........Amountpdnumes?.' Numbir of pirpit. u"i-iouO fo, phyi,tLf aefects oi contagion?..:;.....:............Number found affected?......;,...J.L........-Nu-ber of
nurse or inspecting officer?....'..'.....'.'........

by

Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?................Men?..............Women? Amount paid truant officers?................ Number of children not attendiog school between the agos of 7 aod 14?.................... 14 and 16?.................... Number of children arrested and

placetliuchargeofteacher?..'......'...''...Numbersentencedbyacourt?........Numr 2I.
22. Amount of bonded indebtedness, July 1, 1916... 23. Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary readiog booksforclassuse....
Amount of all taxes levied for school purposes, made August 1915.
issued?........".'.'......
.

8....L-.{P*.,.."'..,..

' $""'0""('
...'....1...*..4-........

24.Numberofprivateschoolsinthedistrict?.................'..Numberofteacherscmp1oyed?...'..Mm?................Wom?................ (9th to 12th): Boys?................ of pupils enrolled in elementary grades (lst to 8th) : Soys?..........f.f...... Girls?......./-.?... Secondary Grades
Girls?........................ College Grades (13th to 16th):

Boys?.

Girls?.""""".""""""

25. Number of persons

between the ages ol 12 and 21 who are unable to read and write: Boys................'....... Girls...'.................... Total..........'.......

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Eater in the following table

OF- TEACEERS.

tle

number of tuu.n.r, ln day schools paitt the tlifierent Fnnual salaties.


Sacor.roanv

ELBMeNtAny
Ser-anrss

Er.eupNteny
Women

Sacoxotnv

Men

Mcn

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$?00 $800 $900

to -$799..

to

$899. . .

to

$999...

$11000 to $1,099.

$1'100 to S1,199.

NOTICE.

DISTRICTS OF ONE BUiLDING-Make out this report in duplicate, and 6le one copy with the clerk of the
townsbip treasurer, and mail the other copy to the county superintendent at tbe close of school.

scbool board

to be 6led witb tbe

IN OTHER DISTRICTS-In districts having two or more buildiogs and a superinteadent, only one copy is to be mede by the principal of eacb building and filed with the superintendent, who is to consolidate the several reports and make one coSly for the clerk ofthe sdrool board to be filed with the township treasurer, and one to be mailed to the county superiotendent at the close of school.

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPOR.T


YBan oF 1916-17
Name of
School.......... All Uoder
21

Dist.
Ycan of Age.
Total

No..../4.......
All Betweeo 6 antl
21

esr ol Age.

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Date of Census:
June................. ......

School census:

Boys

Gtrls

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Elementary

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Boys

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Girte Boys

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Glrls
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Boyr Girls

llth
Boys

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12th Yr. Boys Girle

Total
Boys Girle

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Glrls

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8. 9.

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29.

SALARIES OF' TEACI{NRS.

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Er,errs
Sar,enres

Er-pMsNtAnv

SBcoronnl'

Men

\f

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Less than $200. . .

$1,200 to $1,299.

to $300 to $400 to $500 to $600 to $700 to


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$9(X)

$299. . .
S399.

$1,3fi) to $1,399.
$1,4(X)

..

to $1,499.

$499... $599...
$OCC...

$1,500 to $1,599. $1,600 to $1,699. $1,700 to $1,799.

$799... $899... $999...

$1,8fl) to

$1,899....... .1

to

$1,900 to $1,999. $2,000 to $2,499. $2,500 to $2,999.

to

$1,000 to $1,099. $1,100 to $1,199.

$3,0fi)

alil over. ..

NOTICE.
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school. '

.:

or more buildings and a superintendent, only ooe copv is to be macle bv the orincioal of each buildins and filcd with the superintendent, who is to consolidate the several reports and make two -copies oi ihe same anal 6te with^ the iognty superintendent at the close of Teacheis are requestdcl to fitl out 6ach item of this report. This is the initial report for data that is consoliclatetl for the State and forwarded to the U. S. Commissioner of Education. Much depends irpon the accuracy of your inswers.

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To the Teacher or Superintendent: The State and National authorities need and demand all the data called for in this report. You are rendering a valued service bv a cireful and prompt filling out of each item. For common schools of one teacher, items with starred numbers only are to-be 6lled. In schoofi of two or mori-teachers the data should be coltected by the Superintendent or Principal and embodied in one report. Trvo copies are to be 6led with tbe County Superintendent witbin one week after the close of school. t ''l. Name of

'o/1 Dist' ^?'. No.-_-&-.4., .JXrkU..----- at tbe close of the year before promotion. 'o are
be listed as they

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Kindergartcn

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Boyo

Yr. | I
Girls

8th Bovs

Yr. I
I
Girls

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9th Yr,
10ih Yr,

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td

lltb Yr. |

12th Yr.
Boys

Grand Total

lt
r2a. How many of the above rvere enrolled this year in some other district of this State
before

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LgrrBllr vl school y%r ul Length of gutlwl year in trlurlrrrJ.....#v7..^v-v-.----

310.

Teachers and principats who teach half time

or more (if more than one person has taught in a room

&11'Totalnumberofteachingpo$itions(sumof9,9aand10)(showonlytheactualposition5)....................}{en.......-.....\\lo

r,ll,

rvill not be more Qualifications of teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at *'ork at cnd of term. The total than No. 11 above.) Number graduates of a College and State Normal School?........... .A College only?.---.....---..

A NormJl

Scirool oiiv?..-...................-.........

four-1,g41

High School

only?.-.........-...

If not a graduate,

horv many have attended

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at end of term. The total will Quali6cations of high school teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at rvork A College only?---..--.------------.--. not be more than No. 11a above). Number graduates of a college and State Normal School?---....-.--

A Normal
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only?-a college?-.-..-..
School

A four-year High

School only?

If not 3
School?--.----.---

a graduate, hoiv many have attended

A State Normal School?-..--------

A High

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L4u Of all high school pupils (above 8th grade)-..--....... 'r15. Number of teachers contributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension an<l Retirement Fund:
this year,
*16.
16a.

.-----.-.-...0".-..--.--....-..-..-.-Amount

contributed

S-----...-....

-.-..4-.--........-.--.......-

xL7.
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Give lengtb of service ln thls

di:trict

of teachers holding positions at close of school: 1

1'r?...-.-....--..-.

yrs?

should equal that of No. 11.)

1?yrs.?-.-----.........18yrs.?.....-..............19yrs.?.....20yrs.ormore?.................-....(Courrtpart health: Number of nurses employed? -....-..4-.---...- Physiciahs?....- .A--.--....- Amount paid nurses?-....-./-...-..- Physicians-----Z--------Number of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion...--.-/1.--.----...-Number found affected.......l.-.-..--....Xumber of homes visited
Amount paicl truant officers?...aJ.--..---.

*20.

Promotion of

by nurse or inspectiag ofr cer?....-..4......--.--Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?.-.-...-.-....Men?...--l------\ilomen?--.---L----Number of children not attending school betwcen the ages of 7 and 147..--...A--.......- 14 and 16?.-..----A.,---.--- Nurnber of children arrested anci placed in charge of teacher?.......L....-..... Number sentenced by a court?-.... --A....-..... Number of school and age certificatFs issued?..--...d-..----..-

*23.

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Number of private schools in the district?..--.-4.-.--.- Number of teachers employed?.--............- Ilen?---.......-..-..\\'orrron?----"-----.-..-- Nurnber of pupils enrolled in elementary grades (1st to 8th): Boys?....U1./..:. Girls?...V.IU.-- Secondary Grades (9th to 12th): Boys.... Girls?.................. College Grades (13 to

16th):..

Boys?--.---.----..-..-- Girls?--.-...---..--..--

26a. Number of years of high school rvork offered in the following courses: Academic (classical, scientifi c, etc.)......-............. Conrmercial--^^------------.--(ovnn)

28.

SALARIDS OF TDACHERS.

Enter in the following table the number of teachers in day schools paid the difierent annual salaries.

Er-c,lrpxrAnr NIen
Less than $200---..-.-.....--..........-.-.. | \Vomen

SEcoNDART'

S300to S400to
$500

$399----..---...-.--........-... $499----..-..-..----..

S1,400 $1,500

to .$1,499.............-.......-.

to

$1,599...-........-..-.-......

to
to

$599................-...........
S699----.--...-.. $799---.----.----...----.--....-.

$600to
$700

$1,900

to $1,999........-.---. .......-.. . to

$900to

$999.............-.-..-----

52,500

$2,999.....--.....-.----......

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TEACFIERS'ANF{UAL REPORT
YEAR OF
1917-18

To beElled out in duplicate by Teacher in charge and both copies filed wfth the County Superintendent
at the close of school
Teashers are requesteil to dll out each item of thie report, Thig is the initial report for data, ihat ig congolidated "rardetl to the U. S. Commissioner of Education, Much depends upon the eccurecy of your answels,

for the State antl for.

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Dist.

No....9

(.......

.Oountn lllinois.

To be listecl as they are at the close of the year before promotion.

Elementary (
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Secondary (Hi'gh)
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2a. Ho'w many of thc above rvere enrolled this year in some other district of this State lbefore enrollhg in this Length of school year in months:.. j

3.

:..

.........

Actual number of rlays school.,was in

geegion: ,14 s,/Zt

4.
a. 6.

Nurnber of elementary tuition pupils attencling this Ansrver only one in item
12.
a,

school..
Normal

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School?
A
College only?

19

Qualifications of teachers: Graduate of

College ancl State

ANormalSchoolonly?. ... Afou3-FearIftghSchoolonly?. ..... A State Nornnl School?. 1Ltl-d.. A Eigh School?.
(Give only highest gratluation o. atterrdur,Je of each teacher at rvork at end of
1-3.

If

notagracluate, havelouottended acollegei

Amountof gr1 ir.!-sSlarycameilbyteacher: Men,g. (If a position has been hclil by more tban one person, Total days' attendonce of all pupils

term, The total will not ,be more than No. Il above.) ....; Women, $.....,r-&.!,...; Total, $........P.:&.Q. give as u""lg3llly jhesum earneclby allforthe teacherholtl.ingthe position.)
.

14.

enrollecl.

.I

.6. .Q .

1i. Are you confributing to the Illinois State Teachers' ?ension ancl Retirement Fund. ...nA.

/ . 7( .

Amount contributetl this year:

Qzn*l ..Rentetl. .'l1W.ro:trrl.(9a44't .....3.A..... 1?. Numbu of sittings for stutly (capacity) (ilouble seats to he counterl as one sitting) 2yrs.1 . lg. Give lengtlr of service in this districf of teacher bolcting position at closc of school: 1yr.?... ...2/-3,4/t / 8yrs.?. 6yrs.?, 9yrs.?. 5yrs.?. 7yrs.?......1.. 3yrs.?. 4yrs.?. llyrs.?.......... t2yrs.?.......... 13yrs.?......... t4yrs.?......... t5yrs.?.........16yrs.?.. l0yrs.?. 13 yrs.? ... 19 yrs. ?.......... 20'yrs. or more?. (Corurt part of aJe&r as a year.) 17 yrs.?. 23. ]iumber of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary rearling books for class use. .. fl{ 24. Nunlber of private schools in the chstrict t . fut>u-l$,tnber of teachers empioyed'z fuill, lterj .fu:X-(/. '[Vomen ? . VA-rr. ,<, Number Secondary Grades (9th to lZth) z Boy*.)('{?1k of pupils enrolleainelementarygracles (lsb to 8th): noyBt.i. |f,....grrrrr.8.....; Girtst.futa!--rCollege Grailes 1l3th to 16th) z Boyal .h/tzr,tz. Girt*.7.L.t:vt-lz. & ...$....Q..e1 ....... 28. Srlary.
10. Number oi
onc room school irouses

in the d.istrict:. .. .. .

.....Public.

(ovER)

ONE ROOM

Teachersl Annual Report

Dist. No.. .. k.

...

., .fu.aa-a-l

/"^)

Illinois, for school year ending June 30, 1918.

,t^ t , v,iv

Co. Supt.

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR OF
Dots o!,ly are to bo boalled ln one report.

1919_1920

.1.

Name of School .....-...._..

Dt4re &nc authorliles needl a,nal aleman(l oU the ala,ta -6: ^l_allonal Ird.llop_et_qllln9 ou_t of e?ch -rtem. noicoL-din scrroiiii of Supellntentlent !r I antl em["'Hi"uo?i"tf "8":"ABHtsS'"'n$fi 11"X1""g.ru;r?"if i"f : the close of s oPrlncipal

"6S"!"rl$J

-a

Elementary. To be listetl as they a,re at the close of the yea.r before promotlon.
6th

County, IHinois

Yr. I

?th

Yr.

8th

Yr.
Girls

Boys 'ao=

--

Secontlary (Elgh)
gth

Yr,
Gtrls

Itotal

erand Total

Boys

Bovslctrlsl

aovs. L

Girls

tza' Irow many of tbe above were enrolled. thls year ln some other atistrict of this sta,te before
.9.

Actual number of days school was ln

Fession...-.... /_[..0_...-...-...... ....

'10'

Teachera and prlnclpals who teach half time or more Dumber of

(if more than

one person has taught

in a

room

'11. Total

all teaching positions (sum of

.-..- u"o..-......1....--'women.......... ro,.,......J...... g, 9a, anal 10) (show only the actual posiuons)......Men-...........L_. wo_uo.......... Tot.t.../._.......

'L2' a:ttl"i:g

(Give onlv highest sraduation or attengarclqf*each3eacher^at-work-at-end-of-term.-".her.nrsr;wiil-nnf-rrasmore than No' 11 above.) Number g{a,aluates of a college and state Normal school?.-.,......... A gouege ouly?.................

"Jjl

t?:hg:

a four-vear ,,rsh school oorvr...-.-..-.-.f...o-tf!-"rY#rL%W" -.." nrru a,tten.lecr . a, college?---.-.-....1...-.-.-....._. A State Normal School?............. A lIigh School?.......-..... 12a' Qualiflcdtions of high school teachers: (Give only highest graduation or'attenalance of each teacher at work at etld of term. The total will not be more than No. 114 above). Number graaluates of a college and state Normal school?...-:-..... A couege only?.........-. A Normal School only?. A four_year itligh Scttool only?........._..._.. If rlot a graduate, low many have attended a, college?..._. A State Normal School?.............___..-_A Hi:h School? '13. Amount of &,,:,oal salary earnect by all teachers: Men, S-.:...tr8A....--.; .women, ,............-.......:.-.....; Total, ,.....-..montv?.--.---..---........----.-.-

Normal school

---.,rr.--:.

134, Amount

(If a positlon has been heldl by more than one persoD, glve as annual salary the sum earned by all for the teacher holtttne the positlon at end of term.) '14' t16' Number of teachers gonlglbuting to the rllinots state Teachers' pension anil Reflrement tr'undl ....... thrs year, $----..-@..{/-..9. r slll
:Eota,l alays atterltlance of all pupils enrollecl 14a. Of aU high school pupils (above 8th

tn both elementary antt high scnoot ..-.........j-..1


contributeil

.19. Gtve length of service tn thts

shoulal equal that of No. 11)

.20. Promotion of health:


Number of puplls examinecl for physical defects or contaglon.. by nurse or inspectlng offi cer?.....-..-.-.--......_-Promotion of attenalance: Number of truant offcers employeal?:........... Number of chlldren not attenaling school between the ages of ? a{fi. .23. .24, Numberofpr1vetoschoolslnthedistrlct?!yw:U*Numberofteachersemt)loye?....... of puplls enrolletl ln elementary Glrls?.................... College Gracles (13th to 16th):....-.-............. Boys?.................... clrls?.... Number found

affected

Number

of

homes vlslteal

Amount paltl truant

offi.cers?...........-._.

t{-.-.U.{...

?..........-.-..-.-

Numbe_r

of

chllatren arresteal anal

26. Elave you any alepartmental teachlng h.elow the hlgh schools?......:....-............ If so, whlch years?............. 26a' Number of years of htgh school work offerecl ln thd foUowlng courses Acatlemlc (classlcal, sclbnilflc, etc.)..........-.....
(over)

Commerctal......._.....

Enter in the following table the number of teachere in day schools paid the difrerent annual salaries.
I:T,EMENTABf
SECoNDARY

28. SALABIES OF

TEACHERS., SIT,EMENTARY
SEcoNDraY 'Wdmeri

Men I Women
Less than
$200-.........-....-.....--'

to $300 to $400 to $500 to $600 to $700 to $800 to $900 to


$200 $1,000

$299..................-...

$399--..--------"-""""'
$499..-.................... $599.......
$699-------. $799.-.....-.....-..---.--....

$899....................-$999.. $1,099...

to

Total (same as Item 11)......-..1..../-.

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lo_-t^h_9_Te_ac!-e,l or reT-qerlng:,a valucd

TEACHERS' AhINUA,L REPORT


scHool. YEAR OI' 1920-1921

Sup9rintenalent: The State andl Natlona,l authorltles'need anil alemand all the atata calleal for ln thls report. you a,re servjce by a.ca.reful and prompt.flllt-ng ou! of_each item.common Fchools of one teacher, tiems sriifr gta,rreA only are to be nlled. fn schools of two or more teachers the ala.ta, shou-ltl _For be collectetl by the Superintenalent br principai ana eriitoatea-in 'luutirr one report' Two copies are to be flleit wlth the Gounty Bupedrterdotlt wlthln o:ro weet aft6r the clbse of school. r1. Name of
School
...

IUinols

Elementa,ry. To be listed as they are at the close of the year before promotlon.

'.2.

10th

Yr.

Uth Yr.

.2a.

enrolling in thls

d1str1ct................

.3f. Actual number of

ala,ys

school was

in

session....-..

'4. Totel aleyr ette'rdauco of all puplls enrolleal in both

half time or more (lf more than one person has taught in a room count only the one teeching the longer part of the term)................ ......... u.n,..../-........ Tiromen.... .-.-.. Totat-.-.../l-..... Total number of all teachtng positions (sums of g, 9a, antt 10) (show'only the actual posltions) 1t.n....../....... 'Women......-... Total...../...-.. '11. 11a- Total number of hlgh school teacblng positions (ehow only the actual'poslttons):.-i...---.:..:.....- Men......-.-..... 'womeE...-....- rotar:--..it!2. QuallncatioDs of all teachers: (Give onlv hlghest graaluation or attendance of each teachr at worka,t entl of term, The total wiUnotbe more than No. 11 above.) Number Sraaluates of a College atl State Normal School.-.--...-..... A College On1y...................
Teachers and principals who teach

r10.

1i

12a.

A,NormatSchoolonly-...-.At.our-yearHlghSchoolonly.............!(......................rfnot8'gr8'u&te, CoIIese........................--.......? A State Normal scfroot.....X........................1, A Ftsh Schoo1...............-.----,=-......? Quallflcations of hteh gchool teachers: (Glve only blghest gtaduailon or a.ttenalance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total will not be more th&n No. 1la &bove). Number graaluates of a College and state Normal schoo1.............. A couege only....-......... AIvormalschoolonly....Afour.yearIIl8:hSchootonly....................Ifnotagracluate,howmanyha'veattndle a Co1Ie9e....................................? A State NoImal Schoo1....................................? A IItgh Schoot
a
suau,al

.15. Amount of

(If 8, positlon has been heltl by more than one person, give as_ annual salary the sum earneal by all for the teacber hol6tng the posttion at encl of term.) / '16. Number of teachers contributlng: to the Illtnols State Teachers' Pension antl Retirement Fund................./--..................; Amount contrlbuted
this year, i.........-6.7..1...

.18. Number of slttlnBs for stualy: (Double se&ts to be counted as one sttttng) - --:----- .Bg .20.G1velengthofservlcebthL.'|.tr{otofteachersholtltng:.posttlonsatcloseofschool:1yr....................

shoultl equal that of No. 11.) t24. Number of volumes ln library erclustve of supplementary readlng books for class use.........

-/../.1
t

' -

pupils

e1"1"....
Number

College erades (13th to 16th):...,.................. 8oys........................ alefects or

cirls..

of puplls examlnecl for phystcel

contsgion..

by nurse or lnspectlng

Number found affected........................ Numbsr

of homes vlsltea t

omcer-...*............_._.,

Number of chilalren not attencling school betlveen the ages of ? and 14..........-..---. 14 anit

16....................

place.llnchargeofteacher................Numbersentenceilbyacourt......Numberofschoolantlae

Number

of children a$ested and

29. Number of years of hfgh school work

offered in the followtug courses: Acaalemic (classlcal, scientlflc, etc.)..........-....... Commercia1..................

(oYER)

i
14. SALARIES OF TEACHERS. Enter in the following table the number of teacheig in ilay schools paiil the different annual
Ih,EMENIARY
Men
SECoNDABT

salaries.
SECoNDART

ELEMENTAnY

Mn |

'Womou

Men I

Women

Men I .Women

Lees

than

$200...........-.....-......

to $300 to
$200 $400 $500

$299.........-...--..
$399..................-----.

to

$499.................--.
$599....-.-..-....--.---------,-.-------.

to $600 to $700 to
$800 .,$900

$699-..--.-..-..-.-----..--.-.

$799..............-..-...-....
$899................--......--l--...............

to
to

$1,900 $2,000

to to

$1,999.-.---...-....-..-.-.....-,-..--..----.....$2,499.--..-.-..----..--..-...--l-.--...----...---

$999....--.........

$3,000 anrl over.-...---....-.......-.---.1.--..............

Total (same as Itbm

11)-.......

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B'9

TBACHERS' ANNUAL RBPORT


SCEOOT YEAR OE L92L.L922
dqta calleal 'Io the Teacher or Superintenalent: Tho St&te a,nal Natlonal authorlties need and demand all the orie teacher,for in th-ls re.port., Yo!.119 tt_ems JYlth starFed numbers renderlng a velueal service b'i a careful anA prompt nUtng out of each. ltem. For common schools of collectecl by the Superlntendent -or irnlv-ai'jto i,;'nlied.- iii sJliools-of-hio- oi inoie^teacrreis the data, should beone week after the close of school. PrinciDal anal embodleal ln ond renorf Two iopies are to Ue flled wlth the County Superlntendent lvithln

"' $"1i33,:-........k/ntlxt-.1. at
Dlenrentaly. To be listetl as they are lst Yr.
Boys
znal

"'1""':
Yn
Glrls

the close of the year before promotion.


Srtl BoYs

h ,:
6th Yr. Boys 8th Yr,

:...County, nlinois

Yr. Glrls

Yr.
Girls

4th Boys

6!h Yr.

Totel

Glrls

Boys

Glrls

Boys

2-

Boys lcirls

a-ll

Glrls

e-

.2.
A

Boys

Glrls

B"v{

"L

{tr

Gt"t"

Secontlary (Illgh)

".""p""1"."1"'* l Ll many of lthe above were enrolletl thls year ln some other allstrict of this state before . 2a, IIow
||
l

enrolllng In this dlstrlct'...

noys.....:4...... ct.ts.,0....,...... Tota1..d.........

. 3e. Length of school yea.r in months....i 2J . 3f. Actual number of tlays.school was tn t 4. Total day! attendance of a,ll puplls enrolletl ln both elementery and hlgh school.... . 4a. Average dally attendancc of all pupils enrotled ln both elementary anil higb school

2J I
(See note belolv)

f!,/

4b, Total days attendance of all htgh school pupils (above 8th Eiratle) {c. Average daily attendance of aU high school pupils (above 8th graale) (See note below)"...... (Note-The averaBo dally attendance ln a one-room school ls lountl by dlvidlng the total days.attgnalance by- the.number of alays tlre teaclrers, recortls schooiwas actua"lly in-sessioir. In schools of two or more roo-ms, or ln scloolg whdse group._ of-attendalce qr.e-kept !v se*sion two-room tr'or example:, The Drinclpal of a, lti-e--ii'eiaEe-aaity tttenaance ls the sum of tho averag:es o-f t]rs'units composlng the containlng seleral rooms whose yorF -s-ihoofiLouta s-c-rrooi-rirroiira i,n-tei ri-'t-te-ii-lJtiiJJurii-oitliJaygiadgJof t4e tw_o rgoms. trr! prlnc-ipalbf a s-chool g.racle rooms anq of -the hlgla_ sc-hool. eiter-tn laem 4a tho sum of ttre averages of the . iii-f-utiel--{rr,i-ergtr1-ei;a-e;i'indfa-tiigtr the varlous fli-Jrireit-nten-dent-oi a city syste;t of schools should enter ln ite m 4a t4e. sum -of !he, av_e_rages of the averase ward schools antl ol tlt-e fol his school found tjV 6f dac1. ward scrroot ana tie biiirclpat of eacrr- trtsh schoor shouttl r:eport f,ili;t1ili:'-ti6'i,riictpit ad-dln'g the averages of the varlous rooms or seBslon groups composlng the school.) ,,

a.

Number of high school gracltlates....'...,.',......."'.

ll'
q

" 10.

1'eachers-aira*biidcipali'ivlio'iaddf fiatt'tinie:or-ilitFe (ff mor-e--tha]l-o-ri=-Fcfsbn:h:as-tziuElrt-ln-a-*- .-

,- -' --:- i. -.- I

otar....l-.....-.

i|l,1.otalnumberorallteachingipositions(sumof9,9a,an.l10)(showonlytheactualposltions).....'.'Men...........'.......wom3n .12, eurlt|ncaHons of all teachers: (Give only hlghest grattuation or attendance of each teacher at vork at
I

enct

of term. The total wiil not

be

tga. eu&liflcegons of high school teachers: (Glve only higihest gtaduation or attentlance of each teacher at worl( at end of term. The total will not be mol'e than No. 1la above.) Number

.13.1'acanclesofteachersccusedbydeath......H;..'.'byresignation..''..*....'.bychangetorsvtf)fm..'........'.

at end of term.) .t6.Numberofteach'fscantributingtotheIlltnolsstateTeachers'PenslonandReiiremq


thts year, $.....i:..AAtgr'.....'.......

equal that of No. 11.)

'20. Numlier

of private schools in

College Grades (13th to 16th: Boys...'......'.'.".... Girls...........'......'. t2?. Promotton of health: Number of nurses Number of puptls examlneal for physical defects or contaglon,.. nurae or inspectlng offlcer..'..................."..'..

Number foynd

affected

Number of homes vlslteal by

Number of chtlalren not attenittng school between the ages o!. 7 and

1if...........,........,.

14 and

16

Number of children arresteil

anal

29.f\Tumberofyearsoflrighschoolworkof!eredtnthefollon1ngcourses:Acaemic
(IMPORTANT-TWo itema to be nlleit are on back of thls sheet.)

{ovER)

the ttifierent annual salaries.


Ellementary Salarles

Elementary

Secondary

lten

Less than $200-....-...-.-.---..$200 $300

i--r[|

or"" *"-"" |

Men i .Womon
I I

to

$299......--......-. $g99......--........... $499..........-..$599..-..--..-.----.... $699-....--....-..-.. $799..-...--.-.... $899...-...-.....-$999.-....-......-... $1,800 to S1,899.-...

to $400 to $500 to $600 to $700 to $800 to $900 to


$1,100

to $1,999..-.. $2,000 to $2,499-.-.-.--- --.....:.


$1,900 $2,600 to $2,999.-.-.

$1,000 to $1,099.....

to $1,199.....

$3,000 and over.-...

.!-

(a) Dist..No-...................;

58. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. (b) Niuubel of'Districts consolidated.-.-......................-.........; (c) Are the gracle school pupils all

assembled in

voh1cIes..............-......---........;

Atrnual cost of transportation

$..-......--..--...

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4i*ts

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scEoot YEAR
tS22_7929
To th Teacher or SuDerlntenalent: The State anil,National au.th-orlttes need anal clemancl all the alata called for ln thts report. I-ou are renaltsIt"r: ;ffi33:tif"#,i::;3""i,t#"51t*1f"",:t;liJ"$1';e eut or ba".1-ii;;;- iiii_"_o*-o,' schooTs oi'6;*i'escrrer,. itr,tnii-wiiri itinrea numbers onryre copres are to bo rited with the countv s/nerr.+o,fo9?t3,,?*,o-ut*j..ggll9"!g$^!v.j!eprlF;Fiei-itddoiFiinciriii-iiia'eiir'o-oiiiliiin one rporr. Two . 1. Name of School .. rtnroument Note: A-ll whosd.n?mes have b_een.enrolleal gglilg thg year shoirld beleported and year before promotion, or s,t tho time tuey may have tett tfie-distrrct.
(
I I I I I I

Dlementary

5th

Yr.

6th

Tr. rr. I
I

zttr r"r.

8th Yr.

l*lg"l
Seconclary

Irors

clirts

2.2
I

(I{lgh)-(See note after,,Dnrollment',


l0ih

above).

I I I I I

Yr. I

llth

Ir.

' |

2a. Irow many of the above were enrolled thls year


3e. Length

in

some other distrlct of this stat before

ol

Bchool

year in

months...,,..,.....,,,.......,..d.,...,....,.,...._.!..i.-...,........,,_

' 3f. Actuaf number of

atays school

was In

session...,.....

../,,.? (

"0"j.,... . / 6r/ ,2-.

* 4a' Average dally attendance of all pupils enrollett In both

elementary anal htsh school (see note betov

(Notd-The averase dalty attendanco ri i onri-room sch6ol rs'rorina-rv-alviirl;s iil;"'t;di"A;$-;tiila'fi;;'iijl"iiii'iiu_uer of days the in-sessiori. In scrroot!-oi two or mololbonoi, dr-in scrrdots-wn|l-e it-corirJ-oi-ittenriiiici';;"ke;.t-6i seE'ion teachers, thd averase dally attendance is the sum oi ttre averagdJoi-ne'iiits comiilslni-Tfid.d,i"i; hor elample: The drincipar of a t,wo_room school thould enter in item 4a the sum of ihe-avelage-s or fui-iwo iooms. The-prtncipal of a school contatnlng several rooms.whose work tncludes th6' eicht gratles antl a hieh schoolsrrouta Entei-lrlrttiri-lit-ine sum of'the avlidees of and The superl-ntendenf ol a ci-tv -svstdm of schoois shouia tritei-in tteni-4a-tfi; ;ud';rih??iLidgesthe-grade roomg ward ot the btgh school. of the vartous schools anal of hlch scbool. The princlpal of each rvartl ;;ctr--iiefi-'sc:hooT'irriiritireport the averase for hrs schoot founal the by adaung the averages of the varlous rooms or aesslon gxoupa cobpos$g-1h;;EiJhooi:i."".l"gt^_ftF_tt_piin;lpai-of a
gchool was actually

'10.

Teachers antl prlnclpals who teach half time or mot'e

(lf more than ono Derson has taught in

t/

|11.Totalnumberofallteachlngposttlons(sumofg,9a,an.l10)(sho

'12.

Quallflcations of all teachers: (Givo only hlghest graaluation or attehalance of each teacher more than No. 11 above). graduates of a Collego ancl State Normal Schoo1..,........,..,

A Normal School only.....


12a- Quauflcations

{umber

--,. A Four-year lllgh

School

only,....
a,ttenalance

......

If not

how many have attenaled

of high school teB,chers: (Give only highest gratluation or

of each teacher at .\pork a,t end ot term.l The tota.l will

B,t end of term.) 15a. Amount

(rl a posltion has been held by more than

one petson, give. as annual salary the sum earneal by all for the teacher holcling the position vr o!. rv. Lrte !e4u[Er ,,
,

of aunual salary earnetl by hieh school teb,chers only: Men,5. .......;'women, g....,...........; a16.NumberofteacherscontributlngtotheI1linotgstateTeachers'PenslonantlRetirementund.''''......' this year, $.......................,... t17. Numbe! ol all public school houses tn the distrtct

Total, $.......

equa.l

that ol No. 11.)

.24, Number of volumes ln library exclusive of supplemehtary reaallng books


.28.

for

class use.......,,..........

College cratles (13th

to 16th):

Boys.,......................Girls..,.,.,........,......,.

Number of puplls examineal for physlcal ttefects or contaglon.............,.....,Number founal affe,ctecl,....,.......,.,....Number ot homes vtslteal by nura or Inspectlng offlcer.,.,..........,..... Number of chiltlren not atteniling school betweeh the ages of ? artl 14......,........,........14 anrl 16...,,...................Number ot chlldren arrested and placetl in 29. Number ol years of htgh school work offereal ln the folowingi courses: Academlc (classical, ecientinc, etc.)...,....,.,.........Commerc1at.,... (IMPORTANT-TWo ttems to bs flUeal are on back of tbts sheet,)

fovER)

Entei in the following table

t. L4, SATARIES OF TEACEEBS. '{ the nunber of teachers in day schools paid the different annual salaries..

Iilementary

women
Less than $200....--.--..--------.

ll
$1,200

*trtt",
to $1,299---..

rta"n lwomeD

$200to
$300

$299...........-......-. $399.---.....-....... $499..---....-... $599-......-.-..$699--.---...

to

$400to $600to

$1,600 to $1,699----$1,600

to $1,699..-..

to $700 to
$600

$799-.....-......

$800to $899.-.........$900to $999..-.-.-.--.-...-.


$1,000 to $1,099..-.-.-... $1,100

to $1,199..--.

Total (iame

as

Item 11)-.

(a) DisL

No..-...-...-.-.......;

58. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. (b) Number ol Districts conso1it1atet1.......................-..........-.; (c) Are the gratle school

IluBils all assembleal in

of

teachers:

transBortation $. of its cost should be counted as a Bart ot the annual cost ol transBortation.)
vehicles-..............---..-.......-.-.;

Annual cost

of

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TE^ACX{ER.S'

A,NNUAL R.EPOR.T
Lg23-t924

scHool. YEAR

To tho Teacher or Superlntendent: The Stat anal Natlonal authorltles neeil antl ilmanal all the dlata callefl for ln thls report. You arc renilerlng a valuable service by s, cereful anil prompt flUlng out ol oa4b lt6m. For common schools of ono teacher, ltoms rvlth Bta'rfoil only are to be filleal. fn schools of two or mor teachors the alata Bhould be collecteal by the Superlntentlent or PrinclDal atrd 'tu,mbols tD on6 rjpgrt" -TrFo copies are to bs AncO witb th6 Oou.Dty Enperlrtotlalclrtjqltlh otre wsol sJter tho closo ot school. cmboalleal
. 1. Name of
School

Illomntary
Kindergarten

1st Yr.

Zntl Yr.

SraI

Yr.

4th

Yr.

6th

Yr.
I I

6th Yr.

?th Yr,

8th Yr.

Total
Boys

Boys
@

Eovs|Ci;c

govs

S l-L
I

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-Eovs|CEG Eodi-GFC I Gtrts novsIEGG


I

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.2.

Glrle

& &

Bovs Glrls

/3 lto

I Gtrls

Secontlary 9th Yr.

(Illgh)-(See note s'fter "Enrollment"


10th

above).

Yr.

I|oys Glrls

Boys

2& I[ow many

ol the

above wero enrolled thls yes,r ln some otber atl8tdot

of thls

ats,to before

Totar....../.*-

. 3e. Irength of school year ln moDths--.--d'oq!9u6!uJgcf^rr_----*__.;77-**-*_. . 3t. Act[al number of days school was ln session..-.-.-AA.F-------------------session-.-.-.--l-.p-/e-------------------- o n Bt. -J . 4. Iotal tleys attond,anco of all puplls enrolletl in both elementary anat hlgh t"nootS-..?..1-8......-..--....-...
.4a.Avetog:6datlyatto'1.ta!'coofa1lpupllsnrolletltnbothelementaryandhighschoo1(seenot6be1ow

-t

- (Notq_The Bvra-g'e.dally ettottal,tlcs-in a one-room school ls fountl by dlv-ltluC the total alays attenalance by tho number of days the gchool wag actus-lly ln sesslon. In schools of two or moro rooms-, or In schools whose records of attendance ore kept by seslion teachers, tb6 a,verage alaUy attenalance la the sum of ths avera.ges of the unlts composlng th group. For exampl6: Thil prlncfpal oi a tvo-room Bchool shoultl nter ln ltem 4a the sum of the averates of the two rooms. The prlnctpal of a school contalnlng sivera.l rooms whose erork lncludoe tho^ lght grades anal 8. hlgh school _sho-uld enter In ltem 4a the Bum of the avera.ges ol the sratle r6oms tnii ol ths hlgh scho,ol.- Tbe-superlntn_alent-of a-city aystem of schools shoultl enter ln ltem 4a tho aum of tbe averagee of 'wartl schools anal of t_b6_ hlgb _schoglj. The prlnclpal of each wartl school and the_ prlnclpal of eB.ch hlgt| echool should the varloui report llC a.verage for bls school founal by aalauni the averages of th6 varlous rooms or seasion groups composlng tbe school.) r 6. Number of olghth Frade graalua,tea or promotlon!t.--------.-.--..--.. Boys........-......Gtr1s...-.4-.-Totat.......t. 6. Number of elementary tultlon pupils attenallng thls school..-.Boys..:............. Gir1s................ Total.-.-......-8.

NuEber ot htgh school gratluates..--.-.....-.--...-Number of htgh Bchool tultlon puplls attenallng this school

.10.

Teachers aDal prlnclpals who teach half tlme or more

(lf mor6 than ons

person has taught ln L

room count only the ono teachlng at the enal of th6 term) ---:---_____. *ren --.---.-/_----.-.w-omen.......... totar--..../*._ .11. Total number of all teachlnei positlons (sum of 9, 9a,, antl 10) (show only tho actual posltloos) Uet......r/-.....-'Womon......---- Totat....../11a.TotalnumberofhtghschoolteaehingposltIons(showonlytheactualpositlons)Men......--.-... .L2. Qualiflcatlons of all tea,chers: (Glvo only hlghest graaluatlon or attenalance of each teacher a.t work a,t entl of term. Th total wlll

not bo more than No. 11 above). Number graalua.tes oija, Collece a,ntl State }Torma,l
i-

School.-.......---.----------..-.A

Collego only...---..-----...------...

12a,

Qualtflcatt"{l6t blgh
total

Bchool teacbers: (Give only trtshlsi graalua,tlon of each tacher et work at enil of term. Tte be more than 11a above.) Number gradri,tes of a Coltego anat State Normal Sch6ol.-..----..-.....---- A College only-..----.-------.--. A Normal School only.---- A Four-year lllgh Scbool only If ttot,& grealuate, how many have attended

w\{fot

College.......-..-.--..-----...---..--.--.-?

A State Normal

Scfrooij]]..-..-.-.....-....----..----.-? -d

A tsh

School.-...-.----j--.--.-..---.-.......--?

.16. Amount of allual salary earnetl by all teacher AmountotaD!ualsaIaryearnetlbyallteacher',u"d.i....f.#_.:..-.-.....;.Womon,$....-..-..-..........-..-.-....Total, (If a posltlon has been helal (If.a. posttlon_has been llelal by more than one persoufgilve as anuual salary tho sum earnetl by all tor the teacher hordtnq rha persoDl tor holtilng the posltlon at erd of tetrt.) -i 16a. Amount of annual salary earnerl .16. Number of teachers contrlbuUn8i to the Illtnols Sta,to Teachers' Penslon antl Retlrcment Fund---...---..-./-----....----..------..; Amount contrtbuteal
tJrts year, q---.----r!.:...e3....-.--.--

.18. Number of sittings.for study: (A alouble seat to be counteil as one sttttng)...........9...f....-.-..-......... .20. Glvo length of servlce ta tble tBstrlct of teachers holcllng posttlons at close of t ""aooi, vt..----.------./--

"""*.----.-------.-:

equal that of No. 11.)

.2{. Number o! volumes ln llbrary erclusli/e of supplementary

readlingi books

for class use...-.-.-.--1..p-....-...

.2B.NumberofprIvateschoolslnthoittstrlct................Numberofteachergemployetl..-.............Men-..............-..onen enrolletllne1emrrtaryeira.leg(1stto8tb):Boys--..-...........Gtrls......-.-.......socon.la,ryGrag
Collegie Grades (13th

to 16th) 3

Boys..-.-.--.--.-.-.--.-Glrls----.--.--...----.--

e27.Promotionofhealth:Numberofnursesemployed................Physlclans..................Amouutaid Number of puplls examlnetl for physlcal tlefects or contaglon...-.-.------.....---Number found offectetl...----..--.---...Number of homes vlslted by nurse or inspectlng of,[cer-...--..--.------.-.
Promotlon of attenals'nce: Number of truant omcers employeil...--..--.--.--Men..-...--.------'Women.-...------.-{mount palal truant ofr.cerg $--..-...___ Nunber of chlltlrn not s,ttenalln8: school between tho ages of ? aud 14--.----------.-..--.14 and 16--.---.-----......Number of childron erresteal &!d ploceal ln charge of tea,cher---.-....-.--.-.--Number sentenceal by a court.---.--.-...-----...NuDber of scbool anal a,gs certlflcates lssueal.--_-_...-_.-.__ 19. Number of years of hlgh school work offereit ln tho followlng courses: Aca,tlemlc (classlcal, scienttac, etc.)--.-.-----CommercJal..--._._

(IMPOITTANT-Two ltems to be flUeal are on bacE of thls sheet.)

(ovER)

T4. SALARIES OF TEACHERS. Enter in the following table the,lumber of teachers in day schools paid the different annual
Iilomentar
Secontlary

salaries.

Elementary

y""
Less than
$200
$200.--.----

,200

to $800 to

$299--..-....-..--.-.
gB99-_._-.

,800
,400

to $500 to $600 to $?00 to $800 to - - $900 .to


$400

$499.....-..-. $599.....-..-..-.-..
$699---..-.--..-.-.. $799.-.-.-.---.-----. $899---.----....----.9999_..----._...__-.,

,500
1,?00

to $1,299---to $1,899.--. to $1,499.-.. to $1,599.-.to $1,699..-. to


$1,899-------..-.

to $1,100 to
$1,000

$1,099-...
$1,199----.---...-..

to

$2,999---.

and

over---11)

Total (same as Item .'


(e) Dist.
No....--.-..--...--....;

58. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED

SCHOOL.

(b) Number of Districts consolltlated....--....-..-.--..-..----......--------; (c) Are the gratle school puplls all assembletl in
--; Hish
.........;

of teachers: Ellementary...

(f) Number of etuclents. Ellementary---

-...-.; High

vehlcles.---.-........--.-......-....-..;

Annual cost of transportation $-.......-....-...tts cost shoultl be counted as a part of the annual cost of transportation.)

(Note: If vehicle is ownetl by the dtstrict, one-flfth of

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TEA.CHERSI ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR t924-r926
renclerins

"'3o"iT&\-kt.fu
Elementa,ry

To the Teacher or Superlntentlent: The- State-and N&tlonal a,uthorltles neeal_ anal demancl aU the -dat, 6?"6ie^iiain"i,"it"r-r," a valuable service by a careful and prompi ntrinc--dnt ;_flea-l-rr -item. F;;1;m;;;"icri'ooi! calleal for ln thts report. !'ou are wttb starred numbers onlv are to be fllleal. In schools of two- or irore teicheii inb-?ata shoulil be ;;iE;Ld by tle Supertntendent or prtnctpat and embotlieal in one report. Two copies are to be flted tttt ttre-Eounii-sriperintendent within one week after the close of Bcbool.
Enroltment Note: All .whose names have been nrolled durtnt the-y;;;-;ti;nrA-85;;-Do;ilA year befor promotion, or at the ilme they may have 'iett tne-'aiJirict.- -- --------

__n*:__O._,, ,
Ir.
6th Yr.

Y7-=---- .

County, Illlnols. as they are at tlle close ol tbo

znil Yr.

4th

6th Yr.

?th Yr.
G

8th Yr.
Boys

IG
I

&

tr al-

,Ttq ,ea.-

Glrls

Seconalary

(High)-(See note after,.Enrollment', 10tI Yr.

above).

llth Yr.

Total

Grantl Total (Elem. antl Elgh)


Glrls

ToysTmi;
I

of the above wers eDrolletl thls year in aome other district of this state before enrolling ln thls distrlct-----_---:------*3 BovE--'- Glrls--o! Be. rrenstb of school year rn montns- p ' l(r,* t 3f. Actual Dumber of days school was tn sesstog-- - ) b I . 4. Totat days attendance of all pupls enrolled tn both elementary and htsh ""o""L---l-1.31. 4a. Average daily attendance of all pupils enrolteil ln both elemntary anal htgh school (See note below 4ct____-.-__t__O_
24.

IIow

maDy

totar 3--

Number of elementaJy tultloD puplls attenaltnB thls Boys o ctts---ffiot"r--d--_ Number of htsb school grailuates Boys-__ Glrls----- TotaLj--Number of htch scbool tultlon puplls attendlnA thts school__ Boys--.._- Glrls-ToteLSuperlntentlents who tlo no teachlng.--___-_ Men--_ Womea- Total-9&. Pllnclpals antl Supervlsors who teach less tban hall Men---'WomenTotar t10. Teachers antl prlnclpala q/ho teach half tlmo or more (lf Eor tbau one peraoD lr.as ta,ught iD o. room court oDly the one teacblDg at the enal of tho term)Ttio-"o --.il- ,o*a-6 ----- Men .women t11. Total number of all teachlng posltlons (sum of g, 9g', anil 10) (show only the actual posltlon.j Men ---- Total---'Women 11a. Total number of hlgh school teachlng poslttons (show only the actual positions) Men --_ Totalr12. QuallffcatloDs of aU teacbers: (Glve only hlghest grailuatlon or attenalance of each teacher at work at enil of term. t'he total vtU --------* not be more th8,u No. 11 above), Number gratluates ol a, Collegg aucl Stato Normal School.---CoUge only A Normal School only A Four-yeer lligh Scbool ouly If uot a gratluate, how many have attentletl a College--2A4---? A State Normal School---r=Arg'a/--------? A Htgh School---3-\l-aL-? 124,. Qualiflcatlons of high school teachers: (Give only hlghest $ratluatton or attentlauco of each teactf& at work: at enal of term. The total will not be more than l1a above.) Number graduates of a College anal State Normal School.---A Colleg onlyA Normal Scbool onlyA I'our-year lllgb School only---___-______ U not a giraduate, how .many bave attended

t r 6, ?. 8. 9.

4b. Total days attendance of all hlgh school puplls (a,bove 8th graito)__ 4c, Aver_a96. dally attendance_ oJ all hlgh sclool puplls (above gth graalo) (See noto belor ls-found by divfding .. (N.ote-The averag. daily attendanco 14 a, one-room ,. (N.ots-Th averag- daily attendarco ln a-one-roo:m gchool ts-founh li-aiviaine-ihltne iotaf ttavs att. by the f,ne scnool,.was actuanly.ln sessloD. In scbools of two or mor rooms, or ln schools whose recoids o! teachers, the a-ver-agg daily attenalance is the sum of the- averages of tf,e units composing trre -gioup. For group. 4 a. UWU-lU9rrl school shoulal elfer In tf,em 4a tng sum a, two-room SClsUr SIOUIA enter in item 4a the sum of the aveiages or irle iwo-io-o:nrl.--r[Jp?iiciriar of principal rooms whose work lnclucles the elsht graales and a, lncluales eight na( of the high school.- Tho sup-erintenalent of a clty rsvstgm of schools shoulal enter tn ttem 4t thts-um-di in-e-avlrligej of tUe-vartoui city llal scho,ol.o! the superintenalentThe prlncipa! 'ward schools anal ol each wa.rd schoot ana ttr-e pitn6ipat ot ;l;h liGh icl;rlu-oifr--reiort tho averag for hls school fountl Elqh- F-c-h9ol.., aveiages-of the vailoua ioomior iielst-on Eioupli rionp6stue-tn?Jciibol" bv acldlns tho 5. Number of etghth grade gradluates or promoflons,________ Boys- O -- cirls---O0rotar-b---

---

? A l{lgh School for sprlng term.- !---7o1uL' Aa.D-t-s'16.Amounto!annua|salaryearnedbyallteachers:Men'9.-----'*"."",i.--g-.(,_-_:;;*"-W (If a-positlon has-been lreld bv more tban one person, glve as alnual salary the sum earneal by all for tbe teacher trotilnc tbe posltion at end of term.) 'WomeD, g*---; 164. Amount of annual sa,lary earnetl by hich school teachers only: Men, 5' Total, $-____ -; f16. Number of teachers contributlng to the Iltinois Stato Teachers' Pen8lon alal Rttrement Fund---_- I contrtbuteal --;-Amouut tlls year, l--5-------/.r1?. Number of all public school housss ln th6 distrlct--Pubtlc--------- ReDteilTotal__174, Number of school houses llt ths allstrlct used by hlgh schools only------------.Pubuc Rentedl--Tota!r18. Numbei oi sttflngs for stuily: (A tlouble seat to be coutrtetl as one sittlng;----------EJ--: t20. Give length of gervice In thls district of teachers holtltng posltlons at close of school: 1 vr.2 yrs. x --__ 3 yrs.------4 yrs.-----6 yrs.--6 yrs.-7 yrs,-----:8 yrs.-__.-I yrs.10 rrrs.--._11 yrs,--------!2 yr8.------13 yrs.14 yrs,-----16 yra.-----16 yrs.1? yrs.-_--18 yrs,-------------- 19 yrs.part of a year as & year. Total should 20 yrs. or more-------(Count
a,

College--

? A Stato Normal

r13. vacanctos of tachera

causedl

by tleatu- O

by rostgnatloD O-ly

cha,ngo

equal that of No. 11,)

.2rl.NumberofvolumeslnllbraryexcIuslveofsupplementaryradllngbooksfor.t^""o"u-_

Women----Numbor of Dupls '26. Number of prlvate Echools ln the tllstrlct O rvumber of teacbers employeal----------Menenrolletl ln elementary grailes (18t to 8tb): Boys-Glrls--__ Secontlary Gradles (gth to 12th): Boys--GtrlsCollege Grades (13th to 16th): Boysctrls'2?. Promotton of bealth: Number of nurses employetl O Phystclans---9---Amount pald nurses g- O -_ Phystctaus t- c) Number of puplls xamlDetl for physlcal atefects or contaglon-\umber founil affectett--Number ot homes vlsttal by nurse or lnspecting officer--_--d--Amount paltl truaat ofrcers t---Promotton ot attenalance: Number of truant ofrcers employed--Il--Men-- g -WomenNumber ot chllalren uot attenaling scbool betweeD the ages ol ? anal 14-14 antl 18----l[umber of chllttrea arregteil auat placed ln charg of teach.er--------Number sentenceil by e court-Nunber of school antl age certtflcates lssueil.___-29. Number of years of htgh school work ofidred tn the followlnB courses: Acailemtc (classlcal, sclenttflc, etc.) Commerctat.-_TechDlcal (Mr T.)------ASrtgltClql.-: Sclence.--------Normal----Vocatlonal (uutler State Boaral)-(IMPORTANT-TIvo ltems to bs filled are on back of thls sbeet.) ----Domestlc (ovER)

SALARIES OF TEACHERS. paid ihe'difierent annual salaries. Enter in the following tabki the number of teachers in day ""iool" Secoudary Ellementaxy Seconalary Ellementa.ry

14.

l,2OO to $1r299..............1:..:...j. 1r300 to $11399..............1..,......

1,400 to $1,499..
1,50O to-$1,599.......'.......1.........

$60o $700

to to $800 to

$699..............!,.......:..

r 4nn 1^ $1'699..............i............ 1,600 to cl 4'oo 1r700 to $1,?99..............i............


I

$799..............f........... $899........

$1,800 to

$1,899..

$900 to' $999........:.; $1,000 to $1rO99..............r.............


$1,100 to $1,199...........

$1,900 to $1,999..............1....... $2,000 to $2;499:......;.:...1....... $2,500 to $2,999..............1......, $31000 and over..............1......,

Total (came ar Item 11)....

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TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
scHool. YEAR le25-1926

- -;-

To -tho Toachor or- Supcrlntendent: Thc State and Nattonel authorttles need anat alGmanal atl ,thc data called for ln tbtr reDort. You ero " renoerlng renderlng a- valuable aervi-co- by, a c,reful 4nd prompt fllllng out of cach itcm. For common schools ol on6 tacher, ltemi rslth starred aervlco by careful and prompt tacher. ltems numDet3- only numbe.rs- o-nly aro to be alleal. -In schoots of tlvo- or nl( b fl-llecl. In Schools trvo nlore teachers the data Ehould be collecred by the Superlnteudent or Prlnclgal aad refft ehould collected Superlntendent or
otDboclleal

. 1.

ln one re.port.. Two

Nam ot

'&^

coples a,r to. filed

wlth tho County Superlntcndent wlthlD

ono wcck

:ilter tbo

ciosc

ot

gchool.

whoge names have been enrolled durlnB the r-ea lon, or at th6 tlme they may bave left thc dl6

9cM.....-.......--.-.-.-..--....Rf'
{th
I

r..------County, flllnole. are at the closo ot tho

rn I

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l_r

Secontlary (E[lgh)-(Sce not6 after "Enrollment:' above).

*rrl-l='- PIT|

t,n

r* |

8th yn

tr

9th Yr.
Glrls

10th Yr. IJoys

llth ""r"

Yn

Total

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. .
Aa.

I I
I

l.u'"'
a

Eo)'sl3Fi; t. "l
I

IIow many ot tho obovo wer6


enrolllngi

enrolleal

thlg year ln som6 other- dlstrict of thts 6tate betors


--.....-...

'

t '""'

'-/

ln thls tllstrlct..-..-.......-..-.....-----...............-:-..:-.-.-.:...-...gchool year

sovs.--l{..
/t

-. c;"l,s.-.(--.. rotauf-

8c. Length

of

ln

mon

.
t . .

3f. Actual number ol days school \vas ln 9g. Number of tlaye when fewer than 6 puplls iere 4. Total days attendanco ol all puplls enrolleal ln both eleme {a- Averago dally attendanco of all puptls enrolleal tn both elementary.anal hl8h Echool (Seo noto below {c){b. Total days attendancc ol all hlgh school puplls (abov6. 8th graale).-.-.....--.:::

l---.

, '

(N(rte-The average dally attendance ln a oile-roorn cchool ls found by dlvlding the totnl dat's attend&nce by tho number of at&vr the school rvas ectuall!' ln sdsslun. In schools of tso or rnor-roolns. or ln schoolJ s'huse reuodls u( rrttendanco are kept by aesslon teachers, the averag dally atten(lance ls the sunr of the overilges of the unlts composlng the gruup. l'or exarnDle: Tlre pr[nclpal ol a trr-o-room school should enter 'ln ltem .la the sum o(. the overages of th trvo roonrs. The prlnclpal o( a school contalnjnr: a'evcral rooms $'hose trork lncludes th6 elght grades and a hlgh Bchool shoul.l enter ln ltern {a the sum of the averages of the grade r6oms and of the htgh school. .The suDerlntelrden! of & clty system of achools should enter ln ltetn {a the sum of th6 averaget of the varloug wnrd schools nnd-o-f ths-hlgh-sghool. The prlnclp-al-of eaqh tvard sclrool and the prlnclpnl ol ench hlgh school shoulil report tho avrsesslon groups com_poslog tho echoul.).

. ago (or .hls school found by addlng th averages o( the varlous .ro:-",o" . 6, Number of elghth grade'grailuates or promot1ons.................-....--.-.-..-.-..-.-...-..
-i-

9. : - : .10,

Superlntendents who do no teachlnC..-...--.-......-.--..-.

}Ien...............-'Women -.......
.t

9-a.--Pltn8!pals-alqd $,up9yv,lgor5r wlro-teqc!-les3 th-8n

hall

Teachers and prlnclpals who teach hs.ll tlme or more (ll more than one peraon has taught ln a I room count only thc one teachlng at the end of the tbrm) r1L Total number of all teachtngi poslttons (sum ol 9, ga, and 10) (show onty tho actual poslttons).......-.-.. Uen.....l-....... Women....-.. TotaL.-l-* 11a- Total number of hlgh school teachlng posltlons (8how only th6 actual posltlons) l\feu-----..---.-..'Women .-.-- Total..-..-....---. .12. Quallncatlons of all tea.chers. (Total not to exceea total of tteri if,) humber of graouates of CoUege and Stato Normal School..-.-..-........-..;

-tjme:

trlen-...-..-.....-- Women

Total-.---!otal--*---...-

Collegeonty........:..........iNorthB,lSchoolonly'-.....'...........;Grauateg

..2years....---:---..J.collegeorNoimalschool1velt*-1...........
l2a- Qualtflcatlons

of Illgh School teochers. (Totil not to

exceecl total

of ttem 11a) Number of graduates ot

College anal Stat6 Normal

term.-.--..-...fotat (keL<*. .16.Amountofannua|satarearnedbyallteachers:I\[en,|....'.&a.,.................;\Yomen,9....................................,T't^i.-.-q..13. vacanctes ot teachers causetl by ileath.....--.-.....-..by reslginetlon....-............1y chango tor sprlng

schooI...............-....;collegoonly.............-....j.;NormalSchoolonly....;cradluateso!4l;barh|ghechoolan(latten.le . years.--.-.--........---., College t$'o years, College or Normal School one year..---..-....-....-.-, nelther College nor Normal School...--..-...-..-...-t Attwo years....... one year-................-... tenaleal }Ilgh School only three years.-...

'

r6a-Amorini--6!-irnrruii.,sataryearnetlbyhrgh.s0hoolteachersonly:
t-.-----:.-----.----/----..-----..

(If.a posltlon has at end ot term.)

been held by mor than one person,- glve as annual salary th surn earned by all lor the teai4gr'holdlng the posltloo

; Amount

contrtbuted

---.='.2o.:Gt'e.iendtt'.orse.ivtdein'thl3:-d|!iiilct..or.t.eaehers:holorns.iositions."t;i;;;.;";;oiir."".:..].

.rz.xumteroi''iLp"uri"-""r.""i--r'ou"."intheolstitct....................:..1?a. Number of school houses tn ths tllstrlct useal by hlgh schools only..-.--..:-.-...-..-.......- Publtc....-....:-....-...... Ilentetl .18. Number o! slttlnBs for stualy! (A doubls seat to be counted as one stttlng) .--.....-....-...........-.....:......3-.O.

ttrtsiear,$....l:.......................-t-'i...-

;...........-.-...... Tota1............--..--..

.24'Numberolvolumeslnltbraryexclus|veolsupplementary-featttng.booksforclassuse
enrolletl ln elementar Cctllego Gratles (13th to 16th): Boys----.------.---

equal that of No. 11.)

Gtrls.------.-.----------

r!

'

'

..Promotlonotattendance:Numberoltruantof|cersomployetl......=:-..]\ren.....:..........women....-..-..-.-A'mountp8ttttruant..ocor Number ot chllitren Dot ettenallng school botween the' ages ol ? antl 14.-.-;--...-1{ antt 16...-....-------.Number of chlldren erresjcd -antt by a court-...-..r=::-..-Numberot ichool .anal age certtncate! tt"uua.....-fl,-.N(-..Number ""r,terrct !9. Number ot yea.s ol hlAb school'reork ofiereal lD the loltowtng couraes: Academtc (classtcal, sctentlnc,'etc.).-..---...:..Commerclal--.--:,---------(unier stato Boarar..-...-............. rta.res antr Incrustrtes..........=..-{srtcsr8ll;IF:#[:*:"r:"$:li;F;;;;Ill[X1;-A;.;*;"Iocattonrr

Number ot puplls examlnetl for physlcal defects or contaglon..-:---.---:--Number tountl afiected--.----.........-..]Iumber of homei vtgttert ': by nurse or tnspectlng omcer......-....-......-.... . -

L4, SAI,ARIES OF TEACEERS


Enter in the fotlowing table the number of teachers in day schools paid the dift'erent aunual
Secontlary

sa,laries.
Socontl&ry

Elementa,ry

Less than

$200...................

. | . ... ... | ... . .....

$600 $600

to $700 to
$9-0Qlq $1,000 $1,100

to .,$699............... '
$6e9.......................
i

:l

l---.--.
i

...............

$?99---............... : ...................

i
I

Eiboi""$ffi:to

$999*..............,... i --,r....-.,..,,.. I ..r.,r-.,,".,,,,-

- i t l:-i
i

$1,099.......
$1,199......................

to

Total (same as Item


''t 'h

11)......

' 68. spEcrAL REpoRT rp e iorusoLrDATED scHooL. (a) Dtet. No..-....-.-----; (b) Number ot Dlstrlcts corsollalateal. ; (c) Are the grade school pupilg all agsembled tn one builtltng? Area tn Bquale mllee-.--....-*..-----.-; (e) Number -If not, ln how many bulldlngs?-----.--(d) (f) Number'ot stuOents; Elementary ot teachers: Elementary; Iligb --...-; Htgh -; Scbool--**-..--.-----; (g) Check Vocational SubJecte tausbt;'Agdculturs--.----.-*...--; Maniral Traintng--....-.--....-.-....*-.--i Sewing---.-...-........-..-..--.........-; Cooklng--*--.-..*---; (h) Tra,nsBortatlon lurnisheal by rtlgtrtct' Yeg-_-_-, No--.--...-.*....--; Numbor of (Note: If vehlcle le owueal by the dlstrlct, one-flfth of ; Annuq,l cost of transportation ltg cost should bs countetl as a part ol the aunual cogt of transDortation.)
69. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS."

(a)

Number ln

i[strtct--*.-.--**.--;

(b1 Enrollment:

Boys*.------;

Gllrle-_..-__-;

(c) Number teachers....................-.-.-.-._;

(cl) Salarles of teachers $.-*.--.*........-.....-

60. SPEGIAL REPORT ON DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND CHILDREN. (a) Number, ages 3 to 21, ln tlistrlct**--.-*-; (b) Nunber ln Stete or private tnatltutlone; (c) Nnmber_tn gpecial echool or clasgeg ol rtlstrlct*---..--.-.-....-; (d) Number of teachers: Men-..-.--..--.-..-*.-.-; wonen...-...-.-.--.----; (e1 Number ot sep&rate schools*---.-_; (t) Value ol bulltling, grounds and equlpment $-...-.....-.....-..............-

61. SPECIAL REPORT ON CRIPPLED CHILDREN.

(a) Number, ages 6 to 21, reBorteil by truent oficor*.*...*.........-; (b) Number enrolled ln sBeclal illgtrtr,t. gcLool or clagtes: (c) Number teacherr: Men...--; Glrls---*-*i Boys-_----; (al) Number seDerate schools--; WomeD----; (e) Yalue of bulltlln& grounrle and equlpment $-,--.-*-

(e) Number schoolg---; Women*------; (d) Number separate

6? spECtAL REPORT ON DELTNQUENT CHILDREN. (b; Enrollment: Boys*---*_; Gtrle______; (c) Number

schools---_.---.;
_(-.{. "_.

i,eacherr: Men_*_*_*_-*; (e) Value ol builillng, gtroundl and equlpment g,

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TEACFIER]S ANNUAL REPORT


SCHOOL YEAR 1943-19M

To the Teacher or Superintendent: The. State a,nal Na,tional authorities needl anal demantl all the ilata called for ln thls report. You are renclerlng a valuablo sorvlce by a careful anal prompt fflling: out of each ltem. For common schools of one teacher, ltems with starred numbers only are to be nUetl, In schools of two or more teachers -the data shoulal be collecteal by the Superlntenalent or Prlnclpal and emboalleal in one report. One copy ls to be fleil with the County Superintendent withln one week after the close of school.
s.r..vr. Illlnois

All
1.

whose names have been enrolled during the year sfrouta or at the tlme they may have left the distrlct.

te

reported

tand

J,

as they

a,t

r\e

close

of the year

TEACIIERS AND ENROI,I,MENT (See fter "Einrollmen " above.) Elementary (See note after "Enroll KlnalerNum ber of Tea lhers ' 1st Yr, garleD

2nd Yr.

Srtl Yr.

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th Yr,

?th Yr.

Men

.women
I

ltl

v.r.

Total

Total

'0
t

3
Total

3
11th Yr.

6
12th Yr. Graaluates

2Post

/7
Total
(Elem. autl gl8h)

Illgh School (See note after "Enrollment" abov.) Number of Teachers 10th Yr. 9th Yr.
Men Womeu

Grantl Total

1a. IIow many of the a,bove were enrolled thls yea,r ln some olh6r dlstrtct of this ' enrolling in thls tllstrlct: Elementary 6 Etoh

stato before

t 2, Length of school year in months---------d--*t-'-" I za. Actual number of alavs acbool !t'a,s tn sesston-J 6 5I g. Total itays attenda,nce of alt puptls enrolleil lD gratles one to elght inclustve-_-_4' .-/--{f,--(y-:r'ga. 'Averag tlaily
attenalance

2
3 td*sAtal

of all puptls enrolletl in gratles bne to elght lncluslve.'i

(See

note Aercw Acxr-.--.lJ

r 3x. fotal I

tlays attenalance of all pupils in Erailes one to eigbt lnclusive, excluslve bf

tultioi puplls.--.-.-_--_-__--._.

gax, Average tlally attentlance of aU pupils

lu

cFatles one

to elgbt lncluslve, exclusive of tultlon puplls (must agree wlth ltem 6a of Stat

claln)

3b. Total
3c.

tlays attentlance of a]l puplls enrolletl in htsh

Average alally attenalance of ell pupils enrolleal in hlgh echool (See note below

3bx.

Total days attenalauce of all pupits enrolleal tn htgh scbool, xcluslvo of tultlon

pupU"._- '.' .-.--

3cx. Average

tlaily attentlance of atl pupils nrolletl tn high school, elctusive of tultlon pu (Not+-The average dally attendance ln a one-room school ts founal by dlvtaling the tota,i days attendance by tbe number of dB,ys the dchool rvas actually in session. Iu schools of two or more rooms, or ln schools rvhose records of &ttenalance are kept by sesslon.teachers, the average daily attenalance is tho sum of the averages of the unlts composing the group. For example: The principal of a two-room school shoulcl enter in Item 3a the sum of the averages of the treo rooms. 'Ihe superlntenalent of a city system of schools should enter in Item 3a the sum of the a,vsrages of the various waral schools. The principB,l of each waral school and the princlpal of each hlsh school shoulcl report the average for his school foutrd by acltling the &verages of the various rooms or session groups composing the school.)

t4.
IR 6.

Number of eighth Eraalo Eiraduates or

promotions-_ school----

Number of elementary tuition puplls attenillnEi tbis Number of high school SFatluates (Four

6 o

m^+6r 6
Total-.--d.-.--.

year)-__-,Total__-_.-

Number of htgh school tultion pupils a,ttena[ng this school.

r8.
8a.

Number of school builttings ln the atistrlct used by elemeatary Number of school builtliugs in the alistrict usett Number ol

r14.

llbrarles-..

Public----r/--- -:eeotedl---Totat-_-L----_ by high school -j--.--._-Publlc--_-.----3nt6d* --Total--- -::=-----school.--- .tr"..----- /-4-V-

--l--*."1"."

tL4a.
+16.

Number of volumes ln Ilbraries excluslve of supplemeutary reatllng: books for

Number of prlvate schools tn the cltstrlct---O----f.fo-ber of teachers ehployed.---..-{-.--_..J\fen...- -4----..Women.---O-----Number of puplls enrolleal in elementary grailes (lst to 8th): Boys--------Girts.-------.Secondary Grailes (9tb to 12th),:

Boys'

.L7.

Promotlon of health: Number of nurses employeal--..d-.nhyslctans-.-d*-..Amount Number or pupus xa.mined ror phystc'l ttefect. or cotrt&slon' nurse or laspectlng Promotton of

pild ou"""r,

oEcer---LNumber of truant oficers employ"a

-.-..0-----lrumuer

tr .

$r*-.:9-.= physlcl&ns, Sr=:::..9 -. . found ;"","J::tT-:"lumber'or fft;l ""i::ff i:


1

---Glrls---

--

patd tr-uant omcers, $-=...-a- '(Dollars only) .attenalance: Number of chittlren not attentltng school between tJre ages of ? aDtl 14---0--*.14 u.oa fe...-..1t-.--Number of chililren arrestetl a;d placedt

0--..u"n--f,J---Wo-"n.-@--.Amount

'-

ln charge ot teacher---9---Number

sentenceal by

a coirrt.-[----.-Number of school

aDal

age

*"UU*r""'Oro"a -P

(tMPoRTANT-Three ltems to be fillsi are on back of thls sheot.) (ovER)


(664?6-26M-12-43)

-@z

107. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL

(a) Dlst, No._-.---;


;

(b) Number of Dlstllcts

; (c) Are tJie graitld


Area ln square Ellmentary:-

achool puplls

all assembletl tn on6 bullallDg?

If trot,'lB how mauy bulltltngs?-.--.-.....-.-...-J.--..; (d)


Illgh

() Numbr of tachers: Ellmutary

---.*._--;

i (f) Number of stucletrtB:


No.--

; Hlch

(e)

Check

vocationalsubJectstaught:Agrlculture__--__----;MaDualr"'rok,e-_--__--_-,sewlng--;cooktng.---..;
(h) Transportation turnlshecl by dtstrlct. Yes.--_--._.;

OtJrer lnformatlon which may be rquested by County SuperlDtendent.

Part tlme teacJlers (not substitutes)


NaDe
SubJect

g-:::..-__

!*-:.-

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TEACHER'S ANNUAL REPORT


'..' ,' :
.

SCHOOL YEAR T9M.1945

To the Toachof or Supcrintendnt: Tho State anal Natlona,l authorltles need anal denlanal aU th ala,ta, calleal for in thls reporl You ero rendering a valuable servlce by a careful and prompt flUlng out of each ltem. I'or commoe schoole ot on teachr, lt6ms with starfeal numbers only are to be f,Uetl. In Bchools of two or more tcachers th6 data should b collecteal by the Superlntondent or Prlnclpal antl embodletl ln one report. One copy ls to be flled wlth the County Superlntentlent srlthln ono week atter tbe close ol school. "

IUltrois

Enrollment Note: All whose Da.mes bave bgei enrolleil durlng the year lhoulil be belore promotlon, or at the ttme they m&y ha.vs left the itlstrlct. J
'l

ahtl claselfleal

they are at the close of the year

'

AND EINROI&DTTINT ElementarT (See rote after "trtnrollment" abov..) . Number of Tedchers Klnilorlst Yr. garten
IIIEIACIIER,S Men 'Women

3rd

Yr. '

6th Yr.

?th Yr.

Stlr

Yr.

1'otal

Total

o
a

/
School (See note 'Womeu

o.'
9th Yr,

't
10th

3
Yr.
l!

2-

/L

Iltgh
Men

after "trlnrollmenf' above.)


11th Yr.

Mrmber of Tacherg Total

' 12th Yr.

;.Post
Graaluats

roter

l,

tutlf.'f#"r!1lu

'

.: s:.stite
before

. 18. IIov -

maDy of the abovo were enfolleal thts ye&r tn soms otber dlstrlct ot thls

enrolling ln this allstrlct? Loneth ot sclrool

. 2.
.
2a.

Elementriry-----O---.Ittsh f, year ttr moilns


ala,ys school

Scboor

-d.

Actual number of

was ln

,a-o,^, / z,a

.3. .
3a.

Total aleys attenatance of au Dupus enrouetl In gxads one to lght

.7 t-? tnctusive .? 2 ? A Of

Average ata,lly a,ttenatance ot all puplls enrolted ln gratles one to eight lncluslve. (See noto below 3cx)--.

puptls ln gratles one to elght incluslve, excluslvc of tultion puptls-- O -J!-. '. t:' Total tl&ys attenila,nce of &u . 8ax. Average dally a,ttendarce of a,ll pupus ln graales one to elght lucluslve, excluslve of tultlon puplls (must egreo wlth item 6a ol State Ald

clatm)-3b. Total 3c.

A
sctroots.----Q

days attendanco of all pupllr enrolletl tn blgh

Average alatty attenalance ot all pupils enrolletl la hlgh school. (Se note below 3cx

3br. Tota,l days attenalance of all puplls onrolled ln hlgh Bchool, exclualve of tultlon
3cx. Avonrgo <lally attenclrince of all pupils enrolleal in htgh school, exclusivo ot tultlon (ryotq-The avere-ge.dally attendance in a one-room school ls tountl by divldiDg the total days attentl&nce by the number of alavs the school was actually .ln session. In schools of two or more roops, or_ h schools whose records -of attentlance ar:e kept by scssion ta;cbers, thg aYer-age- dally attendanco is the eum of the averages o! th o unlts colnposlng rhe group. For example: The pitncipal ol a two-room school shoulal enter in Item 3a the sum of the averagg ot the, two rooms. The superlntenilent of a clty system of scho6lg should ntr tn Item 8a the sum of the a,verages o! the -varloua wqld schools. The frrlqclpal of. Each ward school an-tl the principol o! each hlgh schoot shoulal report the a,verage tor hls school founat by aaltllDg the a,verages of th varlous rooma or sesslon groups composlng tho scltrool.)

.{.
r5.
6. 7.

.E.
8a,.

bulldtnes in.th,

r1{.
.14ar16.

r17, '

(?8837-28!4-12-1{)

d@2

(a) DisL
;

It not, ln bow

many

bulltllngs?------.-.---;

(d) Area ln square

(e) Number ol teachers: Elomentery


.....; (g) Check

; Elgh

School-

; (f) Nuqber of stgdents:Dlsnientary-..--.--..---.-...--...-.-..; Hlgh School.-.

108. SPECIAL REPORT ON.PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARfENS (a) Number h altstrlct-------.--;


(b) Enrollment:

Boys-----.-.-..--t

Glrls---.-----.-.--.--.-..--.i (c) Number teachrs--.----i

(tl)

Sals,rtes.of teachers,

$--------;

(e) Curretrt etpenses for year,

$:-------:-

Blanks furnlshetl by VERNON L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBL-IC INSTRUCTION'-Sprlngffe-ltl' nlnols.

Other lnformatlon whlch may be requesteil by County Superlntenalent.

Part tlme teachers (not substltutes)


Name
Subrect

G iWi
o F I t9 a.= | I 6H

&

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E 'I A .?s

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Fl
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LIeI i'.IF $
i

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JHN{E d "t NL\ i NzE''. d | 3;


.H '= =

TEACHER'S ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR
:

il
I

i
I

1945-1946

,I

To the Teachor on Suporlntendent: lfhe Stato attal Nauonal authorltles noal attd demand all the ilata calleil for la thtc reporL You ars renilerlag a valuable servlco by a careful aDdl prompt fllllng out of ea,ch ltem" For Gottrmon schools of one teachsr, ltems rtth stat'.t:eal auebrs oDly aae to b f,lle(t. Iu sc|lools of tvo or more teacbers tho tlat , should bo collotd by the SuperlntelaleDt or h.lnclpal a,nit embodletl h o8e leport. One copy ls to bs flleil wlth the CoUDW Suterlatonalott wltlrt! ore wek aftor tho close of scbool"

of

tuollmeDt Noto: All whose names haYe beel eEtolleal durtag tho year sboultl bs reportetl Eg{ at^qstf,sit beforo promotloa, or at tbe tlne they may havs left th aUstrtcL

; Illtnols they are at the close ol the yeer

1INACEIIRS AND ENROI,IJITNNf, Eilemnte,ry (See uote after 'lElnrollment" above.) Number of Teachers Mea

KInder:
Eiarten

1st

Yn

hdYn

SrdYn

4th

Yn

dth Yr.

6th Yr.

?fh Yr.

8th

Yn

Classes

Speclal

Total

Wome!

Total

I
'Women

/
Total

o
gtb Yr.

L
10th

,
Yn

a
Uth Yr.

I
12th

/
Yn

,f

/3
i

Illgh Sahool (Seo aote after '18;nrollhe!f' above.)


Numbr of Teachors
Men

'3ih"8"S""fi!"'l

r"t",r

t''f#I'fifor

1a,.

Ilow maDy of th abovo were eurolleil thls yea,r ln


sDroUllg tn thls altstrtct?

some othor

dlstrtct of thls sta,te bforo

Ellementa,ry--rz-.---

. 2. Irstr8f,l of scbool yea.r ln Eonths . 2a. Actua,l uunber of days schoot was \ psstot / b 3(Sa,ne as ltem 4 oD d8.lm for state a'lal)
. B. -'
T--otat alBys..attegalqrce-o-f aU

4 ,

rilgh

School

puptts enlolleal (Sams as ltem 6 oD olalB for sta'te ald)

gtaales ore

to tgbt l8lausva-

I 4 2 3

I ga- Ajet?ge ttatly gttnqance-of atl puprh eiuolleil h - (Same as ltem 0 o! clalE for stat atd)
. gx. Total days attenalence of all puplls h grailes - (Slame as ltem 6a on clalm for state altt) . ga,:& AveraEie alally-atte!.1e.Ece -of all pupllg.la --isame ais lten 6a oD claln for state Blal)
one

graals one

to olght lnolustve. (Ss Dots Wtow

g*,

) V' 6 f,

to elght trcluslve, excludve of tuttton to elAht laaluslve, exoluslve of tultlon

grad,s one

8b. Total days attenala,nce of aU puplls arolled ta blch (Sa,me as ltem 6 on alalm for state all)
Ao. Average --

schoole---.*.
8cx)-

(Sa,rndas

datly altestlg,npo gf a.ll PuDtlq-oDtoUed ta btgh sc'hool (gse aots bolow ltE 0 oa cla.lm tor I 'ts ald)

3bx. Total alays atteDdancq 9f a! puplls eqqglled ln hGh school exoludve ol tultlon -- (Same as-ltem 6a on olalm for at .to alal)

&a. Avsrage datly atteDala,lcp o! aU_puplls-enrotred h hfgh lchool, erclustve of tultton (Same as ttem 6ax on

dalm tor state altl) (Not-Tt6 average tlally attendgnce h & one-r@m school ts found by dlvltilng tbe total days attnalance by the aumbor ot alBys tho ichool was actually ln sesslon, Ia schools of two or more rq)ms, or ln schoola whose rocords of atteDd4ncs are kept by sessloa tedcheis. tho averago dally attendance ls the sum of th averBge of th uElts ooEposlnB tbe eroup. For oaaDple: 1It6 prlDolpal of a two-roori school shodd enter ln Item 8a the sum of tlle ayerago of tho two rooms. Tbe suDrlDtendent of a olty syetem ofechools should entr ln of each Itm 3a the sum of the a,veraB of tJle varloua wa,rtl schoolg. The ptlnolpatyaalous wa,rd school anal the Drluclpal of eacJr hlsh sohool aoonla or Beaslon troups comlroslug th scEool.) should report tho a,verago fo'r bls school foulat blr addlng tho aver&Bes ol ttre
or

Duplrs

. 4. Number of elghth Eratte graduatss


I

6.

Number of elemerta,r':f tulttot Duplls attrtlhg the

serhool----O
Boyq O qrbuo- / qiUto ----Chfs--Totaf.-

fotat tl Totr d
Tota.lRoateil- tTotal ,6 Reateil--.-Total---

6. Number of htgb school gFaduates (3'our yea,r)?. NuBber of htgh . 8. Numbr of, sdhool butldlngs la the allstf,tot usal by olsmDtary school 8e. Numbr of school butLtlngs ln the dtstrtst usedl by htgh sohaolEchool

puplls atteDtuDgi thts

.14

Numbr of

Ubla,rteL
for cl* ulrF--.-t/a-Q.

t14a, Number of volumes ln nbrerles exaluslve of supptsmoutart rea(UBtl booLs

116. Number of prtvato schools fn the dtstrlct---?puplls eDroueal

rYn-bsr of taGhers employed-----4------Men- at

Wohsn

rYnmber of

l[

lmoDtary graates

(lst to 8tb): Boys-----L-Gtrls---!L-Sooorila,ry crades (otb to 12th) : Boys--3-Gtrls-_e.-

r1?. komottoD of heelth: Number of nurses omployeil

'

phyrlolqne

- o

Amouat peltl nurses,

$d*-ofrF'-

Dbystclars,

1u.#

oau,-

Nurnber of puplls exa.mfneil for phyclaal dfsots or ooatadoD-

lvfinbsr foulal

of hoEoa vfdtsd A I(Dolta,E

bt

outs" o.

InEBctttrB

offoer-----

komouoD of attendlance: Number of trua,rt of,oers oEployed---3--![eL--!g---Womea--3---enount Datat tnrant of,oet8, Number oi
"UUa""o

not attenatlDg school betreen the ales ot ? antl


ssateDced by

14 6

oDlt) 1{ anit 16-----e--Number of ohtltlren arrestoal aad Dlacil

|a

charEre

ol teactrrer-l+----Numbr

a court--.Q----Number of sohool dd age oatlflcats

(t282-28M-L2-46, .R'z

(IMPORTANT-Thio ltoms to ba flllsd aro on back ot thls ehot ) (ovER)

107. SPECIAL REPORT IF

A CONSOLIDATED gCHOOL
(c).Are ttre graale sctroot puptts all asEembled ln ore buudlng?
square

(a) DfsL No..-***--.*,;

(b) Number of DtEtrlots coasoltat&teal--._.--;

-;

U loq ; Illgh

hov many

bullillagp?-;
; (f) Number of

Area
stualetrts:

; (e) NuEber of tga,chers:


ElCh
CooId4B

Dlementary

School-.
Agrlcultute---

Dlementary----;

(g)

Checlr

Vocatlonal Sublectg ta,uEiht:

; Manual lttahtaEi.

; SevlaB----.;

(b) [tarqrortaUon furnlsheal by austrlcl

108. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS

(a) Nunber tn dlstrtot-.------;

(b) Elnrollment: Boys-..__.---.*-_.-.--; Glrls---------.*-----..---; (o) Number teaehers-----------;


() Curent eEpe'rses for year, $

(d)

SatarteE of teaclrrs,

$--....---;

.',

, . -...*-----

Blanlrs furnlshed by VERNON L. NICKELL' SUPERI,NTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTTON, Sprhgf,eltl, Illlaols.

Otber lnformadon whtcb Eay bo requesteal by Couuty Superhtenalent.

Part ttne teachers (not substltute8)


Name Subject

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TEACHER'S ANNUAL REPORT


scHool, YEAR
1946-1947

To tho Toacher or Superlntendent: The Sta,te a,nal Nattone,l authorlttes D.eed aadl dema,uat all the da,ta oallett for h thl6 report you are ruderb8 a valuable servlce by a, careful and prompt f,lllng out of each lteE. 3'or commoa schools of ore teacher, ttems wlth starTeal Bumbors olly are to be flleal. Itr schools of two or more teachers the alata shouldt be collected by the SuperlnteDdent or Hnclpal and embodteat ln ono report. Oue copy ls to be abd wltb tbe coutrty superlntendent wtthta oDe veek after tle closs of school
Na,me of

Ebrrollmeat Noto: All whose aamss have bee! enrolled durlngi th'o year should bfore promotloh, or a.t the ttme they ha,ve left the dtstrlct. / ./ r. tnac*"Rs AND ENRor.r.rwnNT ElementarT (See llote after '@19U4e99" aboYe.) Number of Teachers
Men
'WomeB

be roportgil

a.Dd

as

tley

a.re

at the

close

of the yoar

Illnflg1g".nslr

1st

Yr.

2ud

Yn

Sral

Yr.

4th Yr.

6th

Yn

6th

Yr

?th Yr.

8th Yr.

Total

Speclal Classes

Tota,l

/
Men 'Womea

/
Total

e,

I
l1tl
Yr.
12th

4.,

I
CLasses

//
Total

f
Grand TotzJ (Elem. aatt lllgb)

HIgh Scbool (Seo trote after 'Elnrollmentf' above.) Number of Teachers 9th Yn 10tb Yr.

Yn

Post Gra,aluatos antl Speclal

. la- IIow nary of the above wero ellroUeal thls year la some other dlstrlct of thls sts,te bofore tt r nmulnB t0 thts attstrlct? Elmentary........ -....Etgh School . 2. Lereith of school yea,r ln morths........'........... r 2a,. Actual nuEber of days scbool was ln sss1ou......... / ..L. 5-..- .. Institute (Same (laclucle
as ltom 4 on ola,lm for state alal)
houdays anal

da,ys)

. 8.
.

Tota.l dlays atts-rala,aqs - of -s,ll puplls - gnrouetl (Sa,mo as ttem 6 on cla,lm for stla,te ald)

ln gradss khatergarten to

etEiht tnclustye...........

I | ! t t f(see (See uote below 8cx)--.-..*....-. 8cx)--.-.

6.7d
H:

led 8a. .Aroraie {p[v ptteu$a-nce- of a,ll puplls enrolled (sam6 as rtem 6 o! cla.rm for state atat)

l,, tr gratles klndetsrten to elght hcluslvs. klndergsrten

|8x.Totaldays..atteEIda!rcg-ofaupupllsr1.gradsIfilergErttttoelghttIcluslve,excluslYeoftulttoapuplls-................ (sa,ne as rtem Ea oa clatm for state altl)

_q ..3a,x.Averagedatly'atteuilanceofaIlpupllslugradesIr|nilrgartntoelghtlDcluslYe,excluslveoftuitlonpupus........'.......-?[}:. (Sa,me
as ltem 6a on clalE for state ald) NOTf* Do tpt otrlou nwre tlun, % ilay ps day

,/

, 1

for

Klndrlrgcltztt Jm lwms g, 8a1 8x, flar.

3b. Total alays a,ttenala,nce of etl puplls eDrolled fn hfgb schools..........-... (Same as ltom 6 or clalm for state altl) 8c. Avraie dg,r\y attend?r_c gf all puplls-earolletl la hlgh scbool. (See lote below36)......-........ (Same as ltem 6 on clalm for sta,te a,ld) abx. Total ilays atlendange-of 3,ll puplls -errrolled ' (Sa,ne as ttem 5a ou clalm for state altl)
3cx- Averagie (Sa,rre as

ln blgb

school, ercluslv of tulilon pup11s..........................


puplls-......-..

ilatlv attentlq,lce of all pupUs.g-nroUeal h htsb school, exoluslve of tuttlon ltE 6ax on clalm for stato alal)

school should enter h rtem 3a the sum of the average of : e tyro rooms. The-Jupertnlteadentof _tho_v-arlous wartl schools. The prlnclpal of ,each waril schobfand itie piin6ipat a;a;h-tEh;cbo.l shoulil report tbs a.Yerag for hls school fouuat lty aildlng tJoe averagds of the m.rtous rooms oi-s-elstoa groupicom'irostirs-t6-silooll

(Note-Tbe e,Yerae.alally attendance ln a' one-roottt sc,hool ls found !v tltllat!trc _the total alays attenatance sichool was actuallv ln sessloa. In schools of two or more roor! s, or ln schools-shose recoraiiot attendanc the a,verage_da[y attelda,nce ls the sum of tJr average- 9I the unlts composlng the-gxoup. f'or erampG:

Item 8a tbe sum of tbe avgragie of

by the nuEbr of dlays the 6e [6it FjJis{6i 1!;dneisl C[e p-nircipdi6Ti-two-rooa cttv'iiiritem;f;ad;fi'siofrrri ent-ei-G

.4. Numbet of olgihtb 8rdte EFa,aluates or promotlous.....' r6. Number of lemDtary tultlon puplls attendlng the sclrool........
6.

..-.......-....--...-....Total.;:.......-

t14. NuEber

of

ltbrarts............-.../-.....---...---for

.14a. Number of volumes lD llbrartes ercluslve of supDlemoltary readtug books

,
cla.ss use......../...tV...-..............

Grades Einrollment

l-E

crades 9-12

x?.Health,spealalE.lucatloaan.lAttenila,ace:No.ofnur'sesemplwedPhyslcials.......Iscompletephysicalem.rqubd
of all puplls at least once eyry 4 years? -.(Yes or No). No of stualeuts glven physlcal era,m. thls year.......................................$To. OF

EANDIcAPPED(deterulaetlbyphyslclan,[ursoorteacber)crlpple.l.............-.'.-.....[optlc-..-...................

NO.

IINROr'IID IN

SPECAIJ SIDUCATION CIJASSES or srvlcs establlshedl or mahtalnett by your altstrtct: vtston...-.........-..-.-.... Other physlcaly hanallcappeat...

Eea,r1ng.........................

gpseob.d6Bl'2

(25094--26M-10-46)

(ll\APORTANT-Three lteme to bo fllled afe on back of thls sheet) (ovElR)

107. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL


................;

(c) Are the grade school puplls all

assEmblgd

la

oD buUiUDg?

...: Etelh

(g)

Cheok

(h) Transporta,tloa firmlshetl by tltstrlcl

Yes......................--..-.---; No......--................-.-......

1O8. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIO SCHOOL

KINDERGARTENS L \
\i'

(rl) Salarles

of, toaoherr, $........................-..-..-..;

(e) Curreat irpsBss for yea,r, $.-.-....--..-.-----.....

Bla,lks firrBtslrit by VERNON L. NICKELL, gUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, Sprlnsflel4 Illlaolg

Otllsr taforma.tlon whlch may be requesteal by Coutrty Superllttolite|lt.

Part tlme teac,bers (not substttuteg)


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Subroot

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TEACHER'S ANNUAL REFORT


scHool, YEAR
1947-1948

To the Toaohot or Supellntsndont: Tho gtate &trd Netlonol autborltls u@d and demand a,ll the data ca,Iled lor ln thls roport. You aro rcnderlng a valuable serrlce by a careful antl prompt fflllag qutr ot eaah ltem. For common schoots of otrg te&ches, ttens wtth sta,ITal numbers only are to bo fllld. In schoolr of two or more teaahels tbe date should bs coue,gtsd by tho Supsilrtendent or Hnctpal and embodled ln ons rport. Otrs copy ls to be flled wlth the County gupilntendent wlthln one wek elter ths closs of echool.
@-

Enrollment Note: All whose nemes have beea enrollecl durlng the yoar should b rsported e[d classtfed as they are &t th close of tho year before promotton, or at the tlme they he,ye left the dletrlct.

1.

TEACHERS AND ENROLLMENT


Elementary (Sse oote ofter "Enrollment" above.) Number of T&chers

M* l;;

lr lr

| **

Klndergerten

lst Yr,

znd

Yi.

8rd Yr.

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th Yr.

zth Yr.

8tb Y.r.

rotar

6
llth
Yr.

| l2t
CElem. and

Elgh School (Seo note after "Enrollnent" above.)


Number of Teahers .--------|---!TMenlWomenltotot gth Yr.

loth Yr.

l2th Yr.

Post Gr"duates

aud gDclel
Olasses

Total

Cra,td Total

Elgh)

* la. Eow

many ol ths above wre snrollsd thts

Srear

tn mme other dlstrlct ot thls steto bfo$

nrolllng fn thts distrlqc? Elemonta,ry.------ ---t .-----

---.....-.--.

,-..-.----.-"--"-..-.Ergh School--.

* 2. Lscth of sohool year ln months---------".---...--.---8 * 2a,. Actusl number of days school w0,s h sssdon-.---.--lAE".-..---.-...--.(ga,m as ltem 4 otr

cliim for stete ald) (lnclude holh]trand tnstltute

dEys)

I 8.
*

Total dayg attsnda,nco-of all puplls eqroUed ln eredes klndergstetr to slght includve--.---.--.---.---PF.f -(gamo as'lteE I sq olalm lor -stets ald)

8a. Alrerage dlut\r allsadqsco qE all puplts-enrollett la cra,iles ktnderes,rten to etght ltrcludvo. (ge Eoto below aor).----."-(go,me &s Item 6 on claln for $atd Etd)

-.f3r06-

/K. '

t*

lotel ateJF ettgndancg of all pupfle (Sa,me aslten 6s on cleln for $ete

oldl

14 grado klnalerarte!

to etght tacluslve, Eolustre

r-.#

oftutttonpuprrr

/ 2 n

X. t*,$ggg f#f ggxrlffigS"Srr1r"B$S grortes kln<tequ,rten to elsht lrcluslve, oxqudye otrutrtonpggg.. /l 6 S


NOTEI Do not allow mo!6 than ,4 dat
3b. Totel days ettond&lcs
o

p,ar

dat tor Klndergarten In ltoms

31

3ar 3rr 3er.

30. Avereg da,lly ettetrdanco o.f aU pwtls enrollad (Sane as ltein 6 on clalm for s&t6 Bld)

hlgh school. (g noto blow

aan)-.._.....

.--_..r.,._........._..___

to*(S*tl*"A#tTtf&g*JSAH
3cE
(ga,mo 6s lteEd 6aa on clalm
.4.vEags

ffiiu"d

tB hlsh school, e8dustv of

tutflor puplls_.*.--,.-.--.

dally ettendancs of-eU puplls -enrolled LE blgh sc,hool excludve for &ate ald) (Note.-Th-&ver-aso- daily sttenda'nce la a ono-roo4 sobool ls foutd Dy ilvfdhg the tota! da,Jtr ettendanco by the ulrmbor of daya l,he se.hool rea a.trtal-e lx sesslon. In schools of-two or mo-re rtxrns, or tn sohoob who-ro rgordi of ottgnla,nco a,re kepf ty sesslon !aclerg; the tvense-d-iiii &ttetrda;dfi ;ftffin
each wu'rd gchool anit the prtn3lpal of

of tbe s'era'se two rooms. -The

'

groups corapo8lng the gcbool)

sut 'o"di$t'"f3#?tti|li s8id; eT",!i53tr!H'tr-&J##s#.-!dE!'"ffi if1fr'.;]ssqisll[1"'Ili"*ql*s*t"fr1'fr#rffii,$*T adh Elgh school lhould trpod the average lor his scLnbl iornrd [vidEing tiie averiffi ii-tiiifr6us rooms or gsssron

'1b

*6,
6.
7.

Number of btgh school tultlon puplls atttrdlng thls

Totd -

**

*8.
8&.

8b.
{,14.

s0hool*..----...------*--.3ubltc*------. N-mbor ot Bchoof buldtngB lr the dlstrtct used, by blgh schooL-._ .---*h$Uc.__ gos maBy ot abovo toadhrs wers Fuporvlsors or asslsfa,nt pdncnpab?-.-----_..-Elments,ry-_
Number ot school bulttUngs ln tho dtstrlct usod by elelnsntar? Numbor of

__*.Elgh gchooL--

Totsr--_ I --

llbrartee
sc,hools

----.1----.---.--.. t4e.

Numbr ot volumeg ln Ubratrtos--.-..-..-.-.-eQ9----...Totel.-".-.

16.

No. ol Drlyato

ln dlSrtct, EleBeltery"..-----"

17. EEAIJTE, SPECI.I\L EDUOATION AND ATTENDANCE:


Ig lbydcal m,m. rsqulEd v6yfour No. etvor p\ydcal e@il. thta No. trua,$ ofrsor8 paLlby
Acg corttflcates
Jroa,rr?

(fs or No)

No. Enrolled ln Epectal Educstlon&l


Classes

NO. OF PEYSICALLY EANDICAPPED


Ea,rd ot

tn Your DtFtrtct

BInd

(IilIPOBTANT-ThF. ltettrs to be lltlod ars on beok of -thts rhost)


(oYER)

108. PUBLIC SCEOOL KNDERCARTENB

ffil

TYPE OF

DISTRICT

^r pht-rids-cons.

r^

KNDEN,GARTEN
or

ls

MAINTAINED?

I
I

ENROLLMENT

1OO. EMPLOYEES No. Full Tlmo Teahers--

OTEER EMPLOYEES

Other hlorEation whlch ma,y bo requested bJr CouBty Suprtntendent.


Pa,rt tlme tearjbgrs (trot substltutes) Subteco

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TEACHER.'S ANNUAL REPORT


scHooL YEAR 1948-1949

f/{,

To tho TeaohaF oF SuFeFlntondont! Ths gtete and Natlon&l ewhorltld Bod &nd,d6Ea,nal 0,ll tbo deta ca,Iled for ln thls ropert. You are re[dsrltrg a vatuabls solvlco by a careful and prompt fitllng out of eaah ltn. For commou sohools of ono tachr. ttems wtth sta,trd Dumbgts only a,ro to bb nUed. I! sc,hools of two or mors teec'hs! the dats should be coUeeted by tho suprlntorxdent or Hnctpal and smbodlsd h o[s fsport. OBo oopy ls to bo fled dth tbe County gupitntstrdent wlthll

o[e vsk efter the clisg of sohool.

. IlUrols EnrollEent Nots: All whose na,mes have been olrolled durhg the yea,r should be roportsd anil clada- ed ad thsy a,rs &t tho losg ol th ye&r boforo Inmouor. or at the trhe thoy have left tJte atlstrlcf. 1. TEACEERS AND ENROIJJMENT
tleEDtarjr Nmber ol
M@
(Ss trote

*-.---_No.

DlS.

&fter "Enrollnent" ebove.)


Klnderga,rten

TeacherE

lst Yr.

znd Yr.

8rd Yr.

4th Yr.

Wom@

Total

f
Number of Teac.hels
MeE

0 4
9th Yr.

3
10th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th Yr.

?th Yr.

8th

e
Uth Yr.

4
l2th Yr.

3
and

Yr. *r1

SDdal
Classes

Total

t
Post Gr&du&tes
gDecla,l

+
Totel

*aa

af
GDanil Totel (Elon. dnd Etgb)

Elgh gohool (gea uote aftr "Lhollment" aboveJ Cleigo

Wonen

Total

| la. Eow nany ol tho abovo


@roUlng ln thts

urors

errollsd thle yea,r lo some other dlrtrlct ol thl8 stato boloro

dlstrlct?

Elomonta,ry-------3-.--

..---Er$ school----..-..---.--.--.

.2. . 2a,.

Ingth ot Bchool year ln Actual nunbr of days school was ln


([ta,me Bs

I
I tal ,U ^g t) I
--

lteil

4 on clr,lm for sta,to ald)

. 8. a 8.

-I'oter dovr attenal,encs of au Totel doys attendanc#r*&By"r%Tou* ln gr&des Hadogacten to etgbt tnctudvo------..- -S-.-f,--/:-{elsDt lncluslyo__-_.---_-*Y_._l----:---!-_qqqtls-e.nroUed Iu grads krndersaften (ga,Be as ltom 6 on claln for -sta,te ald) for-sta,te

ald)
a,ld)

r 8a. Average

(ga,ms as

detly etrndeacs ol all pupllr enrolled tn eledes ldnderga,rtot to otgbt tncludvs.

ltem 6 on claln lor $et-

3x. Tot&t detrE &ttouda,ncs gr au pupfls tn gades khderga,rtetr to etght troludvo, excludvo
(ga'me 8s-ltom 6s oD otalm

fofststs

ardJ

ottnttlonpuprns ---.3 4- y- I r -,
ottuttloapurrtls-

te,

. *i$ffi
3b. Totsl

ffiH*T""uffffiS.ioogt3$uT

eFades Hrldorsa,rtsn

to lsht trotudvs, Eoludve

l{-r# !.:.*----*---

NOTEI Do not allorr rncre than


(6la,ms a,s-ltE 6 on c,lalm

},6 dey pe! day for Klndorgarton In ltorns 3. 3a. 3r. 3or.

for 6tate ald)

Afer&gi dFtly a,ttoadqges o-f all pupllg_enrolled (Sa,me as lteE 6 on nlalm lq5 st8td atd)
(ga,mo as

ln hlgb sohool.

(Ss trote

blor 8ca)------

.Totol deys sttgndancg pf 4l pup[s onJolled ln htgh school, oxalustvo ol tultlo! ltem 6a oa c,lalm for state atd)

puplls.-----.

Averagp dolly sttoDdanco of^all puplls ogoued (ga,ns as ltod 6a':E on claLm for state eld)

btgh bchool. oxcludve ol

tultlon puplls--*-**..

(NotF-Ths avsrage datly atteDdancs ln a ous-room mhoot ls found bv dtvtattEg tho totsl da,vs attenda,tr( by the BuEbr ot d&vs ih schoot waa actuellv lD s8slon, In schools of iwo or tnoFe rd)rna, or ln sehools who8o records of atten-d&neo 8re keof by sesloo teadhel8. tho Evm'so ddllv ettendanco ls the sunr of tho a,verege of tho unlts oornDdng the FouD. For examDlo: Tto DrlaclD&l of a two-rooril school should enter ln Item 3a the su-m of the evras of the two tooma. Tbe auDrlnteEdEt of a olty system of schools -should enter lD-Itgm 3a tbo sum of the avra*e of the varlous wa,rd s8hools. Ths ortactoal ol each ward sohool anil thg prl-nclp&f ot a/th Elgh Bchool ehould roport the avorsg lor hls sr,hool fould by &di{lng the a,voregps of the vaatous roomb or sosdotr
gFoupr coEpodug tho

scJrool)

.4. .6.
8.
7.

Number ot olghth grade gmduate or

pronotlo!&*year)*_-sahool----.-.-.

, ---*-.--Tota,L T

I,

Ntmber of elomentary tdttoo puplls attendlng the


Number of hlsh school gr&duats (Four

Totaf,- -J --l---------------.-..--3oyr..

L-

--

,TotsL----,9

Number ot hlgh school tuttlon pqrlls attoudhg tbls

r8.

Numbgr ol school butldlngrs tn ths ailstrtd usad by el@6uiar:f

school-....-------.-..-Publtc.

ro.rll--$---*-.TotaL--_....--JIED Echool--" *---_

88. Nrmber ol sc,hool brtldlngs ln th 8b.

dlfftcf

ussd by hlCh

sohool----

Publlc--**-*-.*
# 5:'
GBADES O-x,
Boys

g6s neny of abovg


Numbc ol

tsatrhots wellE Bulroxvlsot8 or adsta,Dt

prtncilpafs?----tlsBonta,ry.

.f4.
16.

ltbr8rfoo-._....._
h
dtstrist, Elmmta,rT

t4&. Numbsr of volurnes ln ,GE-,d

No. of pdvate sahools

E*ou-ent
Tea.hsrs

1""* / L chrs q
I

GRADSc i K'D'CF8

TOTAI,
Boys

Glrb
WoEon

Gtrft
Womo

**

'w'o.en I

Men

Mn

17. ETIAITTE, SPEOIAIJ EDUOATION AND S,TTENDANCE:

/ No. gtven phydcal exa,m. thfe vesr__--9Is physlcal e\rm. rqulted evry fonr yea,ro?, No. trur,Bt oncelo peld by
,Y EANDICAPPED Agp certtflcates,tssued.-----..*--..

49'Ut _-..-../+---..-._.-(Yeflor No)

^)

dls?dct---A-------.----....--.*-.--- .-0

No. Enrolled In
Classeo

or Teacher) T.B. (Arrested)

ln Yo-ur Dtstdct

SDec{a,l

Educatlolsl

(lifrPORTAilT-Thles ltrn8 to bo fillod (ovEn)

eFo

on brok ot thls sheot)

Fitr ln only

il

107. OONSOT,TDATED DISTRICTS your dlstrlct haa bea aonsoudeteal the ntlre ffhool yea,r.
TYPE OF

108.

PI'BIJC SCEOOL KINDEBGARTENS ENRorridENT


I

91a.
No.

I I

a'r"-

DI0TRICT I rso. or | Fmnnrtqw I tl.tr, I Dlstrlcte CoDs.

o*oril'8o*tr* | MAINTAINED?
or
Ploaso bg eraot.

100.

'EMPLOY!'ES Thlr Intormatlon le tmportant

OTEER EMPLOYEES

rULI, TIME
Ops&ttoD (Janltols, T"nglneoF, Sto.)

PABT TIME

Mebts[a,[ao (Ca,rpenters, Patnters, Eitc.)


Clerks Storo$aphorg
Accormtants Bug Drlvr8

Oalstorlo Othert

TOTAI/
Othor lnfonatlon Fhlch lnoy bs requested by Couaty,gupsdntendsEl.

Pail tlmo teachol! (oot rubstttwr)


Na,ms SubJect

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chlldren should be vaoclnated and. bave teeth exanlned. by d.entlst. County Physicia,n's Rural School Report
AI.I

No.

of Puplls

;k
Ez !L
Eo .ro
P.6)

- 2-/

P, /<.
Parent'e Neme P. O. Address

Recommendatlons

Name of Chtld

ev

Virden

Wllbelmtn Mary Gurln Nettie

plv rnlil o e olN

*ltsl-rl"16lLlW
EGFPiYNiNDEOIXD

/'rlrlY;:

reivfiilrEoiforjrin

;161,("'"1.,/"|;lK.
/'ffi|',"1"1;7-"1;lEZ
DEoiNDn'irin < I lrp' DFlIlRaI
George

I lL,v-/

Frank

EGFulv*l*ou
EGFPiYNiNDE
GFPIYNINDE
NINDEO
tl tl

rl

EGFPIYNINDE
tl

tl

EGFPIYNINDEO

tl

crplvnlxon
EGFPIYN

lr*r,
EGF'P

4mi*,anj nn-aY

DTSTRICT
BCARD O}'DINECTORS

6,

rULtJtR

1Tilllan Bathgeber

Ilerrnan He1rnerlchs, Pres. PauI E. lfalkingtonn Olerk

Virden Vi.rden Virden

Fcbruary

BI, 194{

iiubera of ths

$sbool Dtstrtct f8 Vlrden Xbmehlp

Foard,

of

Dlrootore

Ocntlms t 0n the flftcenth of Jenuary I vlslted the MllLsr $chool, Dlstrlot #6. Ycur teaoher, &[rs. Dorothy f,ahs, te rsll qualliled and, I em aurs sho lE dolng har best to serve tho ohlldren ln forrq ag!ao|. I hopo you wtll be able to reeraploy her, as lt tg {llf,fl,sult to secure the cervtoee of SoA te*chers it the
present tlme.

I warrt to oongratu}ate you upon the excellent bulldtng you he.ve, and upon the way ln vrhioh you heve kept your sohool on tl: r6co6n1ze{ llst. The eleotrlotty ts a bXq help, end the b$ssrf,*** ts an .rddltl'inal attraotlon. I nlght euggost that lf ths baesrent were whl,tewashed,, or a. whlte oaletrelne palnt wera put on, lt would r.rake the rsom much llghter and more attrr.ottve. Your floors Ehould be resanded and then seaLed. and raxcfl" thls wl}l nake thenr Loak nore attrnctl.ve, end a}eo make lt eaeter to
keep thsn cloan, you have not orclsred the Fupll.s Readlng glrole Socke fron the $tate Rsadlng Cl,rale lloard., I hope you r11l- do so at onor us theee ara the ohoapost and, best books ttiat you cirn buyi anil by gettln6g thern vory year you wtll koep your 1lbrary up to date. You al.so neetl a heLf {oaen book-slze dlctlrnarles; and, s set of ph;rslology eharts ls very nosssery ond lt wllI be a Erest hel,p to the tescher 1n her l"eal.th. olegses. :": snall t*ble for the oblldrenra usg ln thelr oonstrtretlon work ls also

If

lt8O698alf,r

Yery

truly

yours,

County Superlntend,ent

I. K. Juergensrneyer

of

$oftooJ.e

. STAT'E OF.lLa-rNo,rs HEHRY HOFNER, COVERNON

DEPAN?T{ENT OT PUELIC HEALTH


SPRINGF.IELD
AIAIgTANT OIREC'OR

A. C. BAXTER. il. D.
ACTINC DINECTOF

DtvlStoN oF IANITANY ETOINIERINO


AODREES ALL CORREAPONDENCE TO ?HE ACTING DIRECTOR CHIE' J NI'ARY EMililEER

IN

REPLY REFER TO'FILE S. E.

CLANEflCE W. KLAASEN

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STATE.oF ILLINOIS
HENRY HORNER. Govinxon

oipraruENT
SF
AgStsTANT DIiECTOR

oF PUBLTc
R

HEALT.H,

ING FI ELD

a. c. EAXTER, l{.
ACTINO DIRECTOR

D.
ADDRE36 ALL CORRE9FONDENCE TO THE ACTING DIRECTOR

' Dwl.loir oF IAT{FANY EilOIf{EENINO


GHIIF INITAiY
EN(IINTEN

CLARENCE W. KLASgTil

tswal
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ATATE OF TLLtNOtg DWIGHT H.. GREEN. GOVERNOR

bII'ARTTIf,T
DI'TNICT HEALTH OFFICE NO.

OF PUELIC 'PRINGFIELD

HEALTH
PRoFEsstoNAL srAFF

EOLAND R.'GROgg. U. D., DIRIC:rOR

I'

CARLINVILLE NATTONAL BANK BUILDING,


CARLINVILLE

DrstRtc? HEALTH-lUfEnlNTll{Dlllt
PUILTC HEALTI{

lllclrllR

CQUNTIES: CALHOUN, GREENE, JERSEY,


MAqOUPIN, MORGAN AND SCOTT

;:il'":l#J:ll:;
Irttaarl Bank htl'dtag Culinvlllr, Illiaois
Itry 3Sr
1$48

&tgtrXst Scaltb DcPrrtmt

#15

SubJoctr Sf,i!')Gl-3--Srooupln

Xiller

Echooln lnProvod rell

Dirt.

Couuty
1*S

Board si "-ireei.ors i',iller Sehooi, Dlst. $8 .6,t'Lontion* 8aul. 3- ,ialklngtoa, Clcrk Tlrdcn, Illinolg

0antls;es:

fre vo-1 recently oonplobed, at the Flller" $qhool under tho i*aoaupia County T,.F..4,. ,3cirooi ,'.cll Feoonrtruction llroJ*at has br;oR lnapecbed end found to ba properly protec;od, {gaiast cntrauco of surfaoo oon'bmin&.tiori. i larEplo of rattr oas toLtuotqd fro6n the well drer t'ire lnBrovo:eants had botn nado and en rns,J.ysis of this setor rhoficd lt to tre tuf,o for drlslh6 at tho tlno of cclleotlon. B,tit ue! prerlouoly reparted to you. to ootm6nd you upoa your *obion 3,n having taprovoacata rn*do te ygqr schaol rtter supply. Ihia rcl1 chould ooatimle to fttrnilh e rafe ltter supply Bs lons ss t reinrlnr tn lte prtaent eoi*iLtloa. I-t iE auill;ss;sd. that raaplar of natsr bo colltated frq& the rs1l oocagisnalll" f"r nnnlys&o rus n ohtrok upoa tlie aorrdltion of th* lstor" 8*:p1e coataincrs rlll ba fonrardcd for thla plrpos* upoxr requ6st.
Tjc wish
BXr
RA.i r'lrJ

dlrcetlon of th$ &lrcator


Very truly Jrourl,

Copy to Earl I[. Ecratstn

$upt' qf Schoole Cerllsdilc, Illlnela


County

11.

$lstriot Santtary lhnglnoor


Submf"tted thnrr

A, lTllron

felW

,''./' ,/ rrlYZZAof cf ,//P. / (//' i{. lt J. Broad,, Dl.s trlet i{ealth Suporialondant
P.Sr- It lc ruggertod that Sro punp be re$oved frorn the old tbcadoned rcll and thr rcll f,l1lcd rlt*r ol*an qartli oo that lt rtll bo lnprelblo for pcrrono to drlnt ratcr fron ifie rrf i.

, ;'

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FTATE OF ILLINOIA DWIGHT H.-GREiN, GovERNoR

DE.F4RTilETITT OF I'UBLIC
DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICE NO.

HEALT''I
PROFESSIONAL STAFF DISfRI T H:ALTH'ET''ERINTENDIN?
PUBLIC HEALTH ENOINEIi PUILIC HEALT}f NUR'E

I'

CARLINVILLE NATIONAL EANK BUILDINC,


CARLINVILLE
TELEPHONE:2Bt

'

ROLAND R. CROAA, M. D., , SFRINGFIELD

OTRECTO;

Jffat J. Slrvartl il' grt. El.noctcr

il+

COUNTIES: CALHOUN, GREENE, JERSEY,


IIAGOUPIN, MORGAN AND SGOTT

PUIL|C HtALtH Dlt{ttatr

Xovonbor

e7, 1945

ftC$llPfil COOf,tfr

Bllcr Edrosl, Strtr!.ot

S6

Vlrdca, Illlnolc

Boeril of Dlrctort rrl,llsr Sehool, S{rt. $6 Att: Paul E. Yeltlngtm' Cl*rk

Omtlagtr
A cbeuk of all n* rcllc lc bolng nedQ. Beoordr ln thc Dtrtrlct Eealth Offlco at Cerllnvtlle shor that the scr rrell rae oonatmctad at Htllcr lchool ln 19ttl. * rctplc of ratsr obtai.na{ ln Jennary 19{Z ahmc tha rnter wet rofs for drtnklag rt tbet tlnc. ?hc rator nt thc ldlllcr $ohool wer chsckcd and reportsd. as cortacLnrtcd by the gtrtc lrboratory. It la euggoeted 't*rat you ltorlll*o the soll' ag sutllncd on prgc 25 of the bulldln bctng scnt to you undcr aepereto Gov?f,r if yotr ulll no*,lfy thlo offlot rhrn tJtl.c has beill dono Ilc ul}l bc vcry llad to tako rnothcr sample.

YctT

tntly

yours'

fl'C"'F:iuse cor Hr, I. X.


$ublt=cd
JulrgsnamY*r

*4*'-X--

,lpe!.atant 5anltary Englnaor

froad, fi. D. lcit Eealtb Supar*ntadcnt

n" R.

CROSS,

U.

D.

STATE OF rr.rnVOIS

Dlrccbr

DWIGET E. GREEN, Governor DEPARTMENT OT PI'BLIC HEALTE

CLARENCE \f,. KLASSEII, ChlG!


EUGEITE S. CLARK, Bacterlologist

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JAIIES G. WEilRT,

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SANITARY ENGINEERING LABORATORIES


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Presumptive

tes'us

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satlsfactor3' eample heo beon ob'balned. nxi/eI Origlnal tor Eoard of Dlrectors HllLer $chool, Dlst. ft Paul E. lielking.ton, Clerk Ylrdan, Illlncts oa--f,ar1 II. f,orsteln County $upt, of Sa,hools CarllnvlLlen Illlnoie oc--{lllan C. iBurger $upt. of IT.P,A+ reLl. Iteoonstruotloa ProJ.

fhls analycla lndlcatet that the w(4tsl ras oontaninated artd r,ct sa{'e for ,rrinhla6 at the tfunc of eollectlon of lJre nmp1s, Apparently, bho dlslnfoction of, the rreLl viifl' the chlorinrrlea lilie solubion follorlng oompletlon of' neceEsary conerructlo:r work was not sufj'lclent to neutralige all eontanlnatlon lntroduced durfui; the rqnirs. Iha IT"P.A. Superintenderrt h.*s bserr. riolifled oi' thle matuor and he reports tirat arangoents cam probably be made for re-'ilsinfeetLon of gre nell wtthla tho aext feu irays. After thlt han treon done anrother salrple rlLl. bc solloeted. l1'ls water ahould not be ussd for drlnkln5 srlrpoEes untll we hal.e noLified .u'orr that a

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The statements on the reverse side are a part of this oplnion.

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CONCERNING THIS SANITARY ANALYSIS


The statements on the reverse side are based not only on the analytical results, but also on the description of the source as furnished by you or already on fiIe in this office. It is further recommended as follows:

(a) If the water is unsaJe to drink, abandon the suppl1' for one of known safety or bring the water to a boil before use, until the suggested improvements have made the supl>ly safe.

(b) If the source is not satisfactory, make the suggested improvements immediately. (c) If the water is safe, take care to keep it safe by protecting the supply against contamination.
A laboratory examination of the water has been made to show the presenee or absence of waste matter of human or animil origin. If the water is contaminated by surface waih or sewage, then parasitic intestinal worrns, amebic cysts or germs of intestinai diseases, such as cause bolvel complaint, diarrhea, dysentery or typhoid fever, may be present in the water, thus endangering the hcalth of persons drinking the water. The analy'tical terms and results are briefly explained as follows:
Physical and Chemical Tests: 'rSediment" through (3Chloride." A desirable water has an attractive appearance (no sediment or turbidity) and has no objectionable odor or taste. Chemical results are given in parts per million (ppm).
Bacteriological

Tests: '3Bacteria per ml.tt indicates the number of microorganisms plesent in one milliliter (ml.) of water (20 drops) and the number which grew in standard nutrient agat at body temperature (37oC or 98"F). These bacteria may not be of intestinal origin and therefore may not be of sanitary importance. Occasionally tlie test plates ale overcrowded so that no bacterial count can be obtained. In such a case the report sho\'/s "fnnumerable" indicating more than 10,000 bacteria per ml.
"Coli-type bacteriatt 'rPresumptive Tests" "Confi.rmatory Teststt: A water containing bacteria of intestinal origin (E. coli and A. aerogenes, also known as "coliform" bacteria), if placed in a sugar broth (lactose), will cause fermentation and production of gas in 24 or 48 hrs. By means of further laboratory tests the presence of these bacterie in 10 ml. portions is indicated by a *, their absence by a-. The numeral preceding the sign shows the number of portions giving that result.

Example: 2+3- indicates that two 10 ml. portions of the sample did show and three portions did not show coli-type bacteria present.
AJter receipt of the sarnple in the laboratory or bacteriological analysis.

it

requires from two to six days to complete the sanitary

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R. R" CROSS, l[. D. Dh.ctor

STATE OF ILLINOIS

DWIGET E. GREEN, Govetnor DEPARTMENT OF PITBLIC EEALTII

CLARENCE Vf. KLASSEN' ChlGf EUGENE S.

Srdtrry Bnslco.r

SANITARY ENGINEERING LABORATORIES


SPRINGFIELI)

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Source

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SANITARY ANALYSIS OF WATER ['ROM

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Laboratory No.

SedimentTurbidit-v

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ml.portions of

Coli-type bacteria:

In

I0 rnl.

Prrsumptive tests Confirmatory tests

&.

Number per 100 ml. (M P N)

Ihte axnlyaLe lnriloe*es tir',t 'th* rsatar gax to.i'e fsr *rttrktng *[ collect!.on of {re sa*pLo. It t* ar".--estsrsl 't','irri; ';ha trld rrell ttrr r:irlrn*ongd *nti dte lEest ttrat the prln.: htndle be r:hirlna'* nnl pariloeke.d ss L i.tt retl' j'rer lt.
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The statements on the reverse side are a part of this oplnion.

CONCERNING THIS SANITARY ANALYSIS


The statements on the reverse side are based not only on the analytical results, but also on the description of the source as furnished by you or already on file in this office. It is further recommended as follows:

(a) If the water is unsafe to drink, abandon the supply for one of known safety or bring the water to a
boil before use, until the suggested improvements have made the supply safe.

(b) If the source is not satisfactory, make the suggested improvements immediately. (c) If the water is safe, take care to keep it safe by protecting the supply against contamination.
A laboratory examination of the water has been made to show the qresence or absence of waste matter of human or alimal origin. If the water is contaminated by surface wash or sewag-e, then parasitic intestinal worms, amebic cysts or gefins of intestinal diseases, such as cause bowel -complaint, diarrhea, dysentery_-or typhoid fever, may be prisent in the water, thus end-ar-rgering the health of persons drinking the water. The an-alytical terms and results are briefly explained as follows: Physicat and Chemical Tests: "Sedimenttt through "Chloride.tt A desirable water has an attractive appearance (no sedirnent or turbidity) and has no objectionable odor or taste. Chemical results are given in plits per million (ppm). Bacteriological Tests: "Bacteria per ml.tt itdicates the number of micro6rgani-sms present in one milliliter (m1.) of water (20 drops) and the number which grew in standard nutrient agar at body temperitur'e 137"C or 9B'F). These bacteria may not be of intestinal origin and therefore may not be of sanitary importance. Occasionally the test plates are overcrowded so that no bacterial count can be obtiiled. In such a case the report shows "fnnumerable" indicating more than 10,000 bacteria per ml. ,,Coli-type bacteriatt "Presumptive Teststt '(Confirmatory Teststt: A wate-r containing bacteria of intestinai brigin (E. coli and A. aerogenes, also known as "coliform" bacteria),_if placed in^a sugar broth (lactose), wili cause fermentation and production of gas in 24or 48 hr9.- By means of further laboratory tests the presence of these bacteria in 10 ml. portions is indicated by a *, their absence by *-. The numeril preceding the sign shows the number of portions Crnittg that result.

Example: 2+3- indicates that two 10 ml. portions of the sample did show and three portions did not show coli-type bacteria present. A.fter receipt of the sample in the laboratory it requires from two to six days to complete the sanitary
or bacteriological analysis.

SIOAIIITI

ROLAND

R. SROS8. M.
Drngcron

D,

STATE OT TLLINOIS

DWIGET

II.

GREEI{, Govcrnor

WILLIAM J, DOWNER,
CHIEF SANITARY ENGINEER EUGENE

DEPARTMENT OF' PUBLIC EEALTE SANITARY ENGINEERING LABORATORIES


SPRIXGFIELD

S. CLARK,

BACTERtoLoGIST

JAMES G. WEART. JR.,


CHEMIgT

SANITARY AT{ALYS$ OF WATER F.ROM

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Laboratory No.
Sediment

-For z?zgrx'r

Turbidity
Odor

Nitrite
Bacteria per

Coli-type bacteria:

In

porlions o!

l0

ml.

Presumptive tests

Confirmatory

tes;ts

6+

Number per 100 ml. (M P N)

Thc abovs *rralyal.c lntilc*t*s tha* tr.e tsrt&.r Ess ontsnln*;od end sr,s un$s.f,6 for *rlnlCng p*,fposilt *t thc t{ao" cf urnple aoll,actlon. thlo re}l eppsaro ttl bt proptrly lo*ete* and opactruct+d and sho,.lld be rxB*e;nd t* *laltrrer r sator of t*J'e qrrality. .ifficruer, csEstrrrctLond cstemlnati-on r+ay lrar* bee;r lrrtrodr:ccd J,nt* tii* rrcll aL ths tii$s of on$trlis Lton' ?hcroforet re r'ssiffie*-id lhall *ire eel1 fur; s6;als+ strriliaed sit.T stron!: eoluiio,rr of chlorlns *s ou'tllnad on per!$ 3lT oll t!,s sell bullati* belul5 s*rb ?o ye 1rndsF sapernle Qox,;sr' nftsr the chlorina le add** to ths 'yai.f tlro ;2r.r;r ehould ba op*r*',; d untl1 the odor of chlclrlne lc datested frog i'+ pq,!*{p. It e}ior lEl $reli bci left ldlE fgr a. ;r*.rlc *f'eii".ht iii.-*!if$, uft+r r*lich the reter alioul,:r be puarpad to r*ste r"rntil th* oeor ha; conpl telf dlrepp*are*' Yau ely than rcqurr.l; a:ro*lrer nar*gl.e eor:ta:nsr for a ch*k *ndyeia {'rqn ti'e l:sparkre1r:, et'cti}-'}io ilaa}th.

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The statements on the reverse side are a part of this opinion.

CONCERNING THIS SANITARY ANALYSIS


The statements on the reverse side are based not only on the analytical results, but also on the description of the source as furnished by you or already on file in this office. It is {urther recommended as follows: (a) If the water is unsafe to drink, abandon the supply for one of known safety or bring the water to a boil before use, until the suggested improvements have made the supply safe.

(b) If the source is not satisfactory, make the suggested improvements immediately. (c) If thc water is safe, take care to keep it safe by protecting the supply against contamination.
laboratory examination of the water has been made to show the prsence or absence of waste matter of intestinal lvorms' h,r*u.;;;i;"i origin. If the water is contaminated by_surface rvash or sewage, then parasitic or typhoid {ever, cysts or g.r-I oi inl.otiirut di*"r.r, such as cause" borvel complaint, -diarrhea, dysentery "-.Ui. ;;;-L-;;;r."t-i" .h";r;t*, th.r..ndung.ring the health of p..tottt drinking the water. The analytical terms and results are briefly explained as follows: physical and Chemical Tests: "sediment" throug! "Chloride." A desirable water has an attractive -(no ,.di*.nt or turbidity) and has no objectionible odor or taste. Chemical results are given in parts "pp."ruti.r (ppm). per million Bacteriological Tests: ..Bacteria per ml." indicates the number of microtirganisms present.in.one milli- liter (;1.) oi;;t"t fZO drops) *d th. nurnber which grew in standard nutrient agat at body temperature (37?C or 98.6bF). fhese bacteria mly not be of intestinal origin and therefore- may not be -oi can be .""it"tl, i-pottun... Occasionally the test plaies are _overcrowded so that no bacterial count per ml. -"Innumerable" indicating more than 10,000 bacteria olirin.a. I; ;;;h cas. the ,eport shows

" .,Coli-type bacteriatt ttPresumptive Teststt ttConfirmatory..Teststt:. A water containing bacteria of iii.rtinuf origin (E. coli and A. aerogenes, also known as "coliform" bacteria),-if placed in hours. ;;A; Ut",fr-if".i"."j,'*iti.u"se fermentation ind production of. gas in.24.or 48by o-*, By-means of their absence presence o{ these bacteria in tO mt. portions is indicated furtfr'er laboratJry test; ihe pr...ding the sign shows the number of portions giving that result. itt" iy
indicates that two 10 ml. portions o{ the sample did show and three portions did not show coli-type bacteria present. receipt of the sample in the laboratory it requires from trvo to six days to cornplete the sanitary or

" -.

Example:

"uit-t"tul

2+3-

After

bacteriological analysis.

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SIONI'I-II

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STATE OF ILLINOIS
VERNON L. NICKELL
SUPERINTENDENII Otr' PUBLIC INS1rNUC1IION

RTIRAL SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT AND APPLICATION FOR RECOGNITION


For School Year 1944-1945 To be filed by all districts with or xor two teachers This report is to be made in triplicate by the teacher and signed by both the teacher and the clerk of the board. The teacher is to keep one copy for the files of the school. Not later than October lst, two copies are to be delivered to the county superintendent of schools who, in turn, will forward a copy to the State Office. For assistance in filling in the report, see the Rural Elementary School Handbook, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Name of
Assessed Valua
Edtrc.
Ll/f

ist. No.

.6

County
Special

/.oo

Blds. ,"{/

lst.

Teacher

-Address Years in tlris school ?'v .. in 6ther schools--Z-_ Type of Cer Salary this veatflw.oa #t;salary last yearfr4-J1a- Years of Date of lest crcclits uurn"a I iI /?// If you have less than two years of college credit, have you compieted five semester hours since Sept. 1, 1941?--l4d/ 2nd. Teacher
-Addred3 Yearsinthisschoo]-inotherschools-TypeofCertificateYears of Training Salary this yearSalary last yearDate of last credits earnedIf you have less than two years of college credit, have you
Clerk of the Boa tliumber of school days ; Actuai days plus legal holiand institute days: ,/6 lclays Las'cYear /6 7 ThisYear (C-Average) (D-Poor) (E-Very Poor)

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(Please Check)

nEMARKS

1. School grounds landscaped--i-i-l /1 2. Amnle nlavEround space--------------l Ample playsround t l, 3. Building painted on outside-l\-) l-l-1. -tr21-]-,-, . z-1-l ,,f D,,;rJi--;- in goocl ,.^-.i4. Building ^^^J repair-----:1-' \ tz l-l-'-' ,- I -1-i 5. Cloakrooms provided-i-l-] 6. Safe and sanitary water supply-- ------i-i-:11-i-l-i 7. Toilet ancl lavatory facilities L|-l-i-i -i -,i-i -a-l-l-l-l 8. lValls and ceiling decoratcd and clcan-- -lzl-i-l-i-l 9. Adequate windorv slace-----l-l - l-l-1-l 10. Light from left (or left and rear)-------l-l-i-l-l--i 0. rear)-------l-l-l:l-l--l al-i-l--t-i 11. Adjustable window shades---1. shadcs---i al-i-l--i-l 2. 72. Condition of floors--.-------.i-i-i-aA-------.i i i I t/l
i

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r-Nc-eNb-c

nouxn

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13. Approved heating system---i-i-7-i-i-i-i -7i--l-l-l L4. Means of humidifying the air----------.i-i 15. Means of proper ventilation-i-i / l-.l-.l-.i 16. Blackboards and bulletin boards---------i l 7,l l l 77. Adequate fioor space--------i-l-V1-l-l-i 18. Safety asainst fire--------- l-l4l-l-i-i
EQUTPMENT AND

2. 3.

suppl,rEs I I I _l I nl-l1. Library facilities & materials---------- i-i-l


Tables and Adequate maps and

chrirsglobes-----

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(Please Check)

REMARKS

IL

L2. First aid kit------l-l13. Thermometer properly placed---r-r=;L4. Clock in good repair-------l-124, 15. Flags properly displayed---i-14 16. Textbooks and supplementary readers---l

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES (Continued) ] I Duplicating facilities-------.i_l_ Movable, adjustable seats-----8 Audio-Visual aids-l_l_ 9. Adequate play equipment-------------- l-l_ 10. Janitorial supplies and housekeeping----l-l11. Framed art pictures--------i-l-

6. 7.

TT.TEACHER
1. General Training--

2. Training and Experience in Rural Fields l-l--+l 3. Professional Interest and Growth------.1-l--l

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I-l,l-1 I

ry. CURRICULUM
1. Correlation of Subject Matter---- l-l-142. Pupil Activities------------l-l-lv v 3. Subject matter made meaningful----- --l-l-l 4. Follows State and County Plans----- ---l-iZi-

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VII.

DESIRABLE FEATURES Are there indoor toilets ?


Does school have

-l-l
72/
-

radio? ?4.a) nd Warm lunch progrum?


a
Special health program

Whai tvp"t O*r.-. , Artificial lighting ?


Explai Explai

+, /9'

ilJ/

fu/

Are there insect screens for doors and

windows? at-r

Improvements Slnce Last Year

Status last year:

R.-

PR--

Non.

R.-Signed

Date:

oo<>000o.o

Action Recommended:
Signed:

Rof

PRSchools

Non.

R.-

Approved
Signed:

for:

R-

PR-

Non. R

Co. Supt.

(676(,(r-{ilJ-?-l{) "SSF" 1

Asst. Supt. of Pub. Inst.

fitate of
JOHN A. WIELAND
SUPERINTENDENT

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(Dffip lf t\e Say*inlenlent af Jpuhlic plnrtractirlr.

fiyfingfieltt

Aprll le,

1gS7

ldr. J. W. fllno, 01crk, lfllll,er 8o&rool DlatrLct $o+ f, Vlrdrn, Illt.uolo

llerr Xr. Elller


which has been approved by your County Superintendent and fo:rurardod to the Office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Afber checking your application I am very glad to report that yourr schooL meets the requirements for "Recognition". In a few days you will receive a Certificate of Recognition for the school year 1936-37.
Please note that this certificate is for the present year only. A new one for 1957-38 will be issued if the present next vear -l:irpro'i'erne-nts standards are maintained -and ^reTe ?ir y i-t'o"'duF ntle-. s u gge ste d iii6'io'v'en6"ntsEad61*-T-ii?r3^reTei-t'<i"'du? +# dlrcular-No. 289 and to the recommendations of yo';r County Superinterident as a guide to further S.nprovement

I have received the applicatlon for "Recognition"

Very tnrl.y youn,

Asc

8. $" $tssmdr lrteirt Supc rluto'ndeut

E$$r $O

CCr 0o. 8upt. Ihruttlln

(82024--30M-12-21) (IMPORTANT NOTICE: lf you have forms for this 1epq11 received

@.9
prevlous to 1922 please destroy them as tihe form has been changed.)

REPORT OF DIREC-TORS OR BOARDS OF EDUCATION


(To be Flled J.uly 1st) To Treasurer ot rwp..........1 ..? For year ending June 30, ^^nnu 19...,..

FOR CENSUS AND OTHER ITEMS

No....6..

1.

School Census:

I A.ll Under Zf Viars ot ege Bovs Girls Total I ] ll

lr

l-'l
I

%-.A a.:-*^o.-le-r;t-.........couxu, \ eetween ano ZrTeais


o

rr,Lrrors

_Girrs

rotat

of ege

Date of Ceasus
June..---......--......"---.19--..--..

rl

19a. Value of high school Property:

NOTE:-In

case the high school and the grades occupy the same building, the amount to be apportioned to the high school may be estimatetl by noting the proportional amount of floor space occupied by the high school. The number of class-rooms occupied by the high school and the grades respectively, often affords a oonvenient method of obtaining the proportion desired. In caso this method proyes inexpedient, a division base<]

on relative attendance

will be acceptable.

25. Number of persons between the ages of 12 and 21 who are unable to read and write: Boys.--...,,-.-.--.. Girls.-,.-...,.--.-,. Total 28, Amount of bonded indebtedness June 30, (Iuronurvr-Consult Register of Bonds in District Record)..,.....,-. ...... $. . . The school census is to be taken near the middle of June or before tLe flrst of July. Fill out all the items above for the treasurer of that township in which your school house is located, showing the census of that part of the district ln hls township. If your rlistrict extends into other townships, fill out ltem I' only, for that part of your district in those townships and file fitb same, This permits your district to draw lte share of the dlstributive fund in those townshios.
.

REPORT OF

SCHOOL DIRECTORS
BOARDS OF EOUCRTION
Census and Other ltems'

School Treasurer.