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Thisreporting sheet oorresponds to a page of your Classification Register (not Attendance Register); please fill it out with ink from your Chssification 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 and follow it accurately. If you have not a Claesification Register in your School let me know at once,' also inform the Presitlent of your School Board or your
Director. The Register can be obtainecl at the County Superintenclent's office, Please endeavor to have a Register providetl for your school al once, so that all the schools may be classified before tho encl of tho term.

bth. Thejrst classification of any school is the most difrcult, and ehould be made with much care. Succeecling teachero shoukl not cbange the classiflcation left by their predccessors without gootl reason.
The classification as left by each teacher ehoulal show tbe status of each pupil at tlne close of each term each being claesifietl in the gracle which he has just
finiahad,.

Wrile Answers to the lollowing Questione:;

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Is your daily
school room
?

Prograrn posted up in your

pupil changing from one school to any other Rcgie0er is usecl, may receive from his teachera certificate of his standing, .which will enablo
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7th.

'Do you
work
?

make

in vhich this

out oraminttion.

the teacher whose echool he enters to classify him with-

Do you give Oral

ancl Monthly Reports to Parents may be fountl to be valuable helps. 9th. Be justatd.Jair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so Bs to avoid clashing of opinion by
Oerliftcates of Promotion

8th.

First and Second Reader classes, and have them write from ten to twenty minutes daily ?
Do you spend

Successive teachers.

at

leaEt fifteen minutes daily

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to Olassify Your
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Sch.Ool in the Olassiflca-

in giving special drills in writing to all grades ?


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1st.

the coureo of etutly carefully; notice the

number of grades ancl the work that each grade includles. 2tl. Ascertain in wbich grade ofthe Course each pupil has nroef of his work, and classify him in that gracle. If he has not all of hie etudies in tbis grade, mark the gratle in which such other studies are found, under the heaclings for these respective studies. (See sample lorm

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3cl. When a pupil has completetl a study antlpassetl a satisfactory examination, creclit hinr with itin the column of "Studiee Completed tbie Telm," also record it in the 'rRecord of Stuclies Completedl," iu the back part of the Register. This record ehoukl show ever.y study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and
gracluates from the district school. The gladuating of claseea is one ofthe greatest incentives that can be ueeal

Do you try to decorate your school room ?

inkeepingpupilefrom "dropping out,, of school, Diplomas for gladuation will be furnished by the County Snperintendent for all pupils rvho finish the course of study, 4th. The ((SyllabusofClasseg" showe every class in each stucly, antl the pupils (indicatecl by numbers) belonging to it, also the ptges canvaseed by each class clur-

ingtheterm. Thenamee of pupile belongiog to each class may be found by referring to the names, corresponding to each number, in the column

Pupils.tt

of

..Names of

persons &re warned - - - All -ogainst moking or publishinei tbig blaFk, or_eny_modiflcotion of lt;-os it belongs-to & s-ertis-cons-isitn-; of "Woloh's System of SupervisioD,,,&nd iaunaler copyitgtt.

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TEACHER'S REMARKS TO SUPERINTENDENT

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PROGRAM

SuperinteDalent can co-opr&te your sclroo], etc.)

(NorD.-State whot your school needls in oppa,ratus, blocketc.; also give the names of pupils not provided witb books, naming tlre lrooks needeal, Suggest wherein the County
boarals,

with you for ths ealvancement ol

No. non-resident pupilsenrolled Total No. days attendapce

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Average coet of tuition per month for each Percentage of Attendauce

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THE ABOVE AND WIIHTN REPORIS ARE CORRECT

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Failure to file this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be entered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your Classification Register (not lfiendane Regitte-r); please fill it out with ink from your Classificalion 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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the names, corresponding to each numberj 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.
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

'Tfrite Answers to the following Questions: fs your daily program posted up in your

school room?

Study the plan given below and follorv

If

you hav6 not a Classification Register in your School let me hrcut at once; also inform 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 provided for your school at nnce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately..

he has iustfnished.

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 jutt and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing ot opinion by successive teachers.

7th. A pupil

Do you make daiff preparation for your work Do you give dlallanguage Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and havcthern writefrom ten to twenty minutes

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How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

daily ? /t Do you spehd at least fiftebn minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades? Do you

1st. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the work that each grade
includes.

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has most 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. ) 3d. lVhen a pupil has completed a study and passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with it in the column of ."Studies Completed this Term."
also record it in the "Record of Siudies Completed," in the back part of the Register. f'his record should

the Third and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each rveek besides other language l/). ' work ? Do you give Number Work to the
lor.ver srades

dailv? %r;t.

Do you try to decbrate your school


room

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show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district school. The graduating of classcs is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keepingpupils graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils rvho finish the course of study.

from "dropping out" of school. f)iplomas for

class in each stuiy, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the teim. f'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

4th. The

"Syllabus

of

Classes" shows every

All pcrcns arc mmcd against making or pub[sblng this bhnk, or any mod. lddtiotr ot it, as it bcloDgs to a scrics consistiog of "Wclch's Systcm of Supcr.
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what your rcbool treds in apptEhls, blrckboar&, ctc.i als givc the namcs of pupils nct prcvided with b@ks. naming the b@ks nccJtJ. Suggcst whcrcin thc County Superintendcnt cao co-opcrtle witlt you for thc advrncc-

TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT


ITEMS OT REPORT
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DAILY PROGRAM
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Cirls

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No. pupils enrolled

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DRAWING

Failure to file this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be entered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your
Classification Register (not A,ttendance Register) ; please

the names, corresponding to each numberr' in the '"Names of Pupils." column of 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

Ilrite

Answers to the follorving Questions:

Is your daily program posted up in your

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.
Study the irlan given below and follorv accurately. If you have not a Classification Register in ,your School let me Anow at once; also inform the President

school

room?

should show the status of each pupil at the


each term each being classified

in

of the grade which


close

it

' 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any


other in which this Register
classify him without examination. ' 8th. Certifcates of Promoion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

he has just fnislted.

of your School Board or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintendent'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.

will

is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which

enable the teacher whose school he enters to

too high nor too low, so as opinion by successive teachers.

9th.

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just

and

fair in your markings, neither to avoid clashing ot

How to Classify Your School ur the Classification Register.

1st. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number'of grades and the work that each grade

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has mzst 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 Jhe headings for th-ese respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and
passed a satisfactory examinatiou, credit

includes.

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him with it in the column of "Studies Completed this Term,"


also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. This record should

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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 keeping pupils graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study.

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas for.

in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. T'he names of pupils
class

4th. The "syllabus of

Classes" shows every

All

belonging to each class may be found by referring to

tfotion of it,

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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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nu-.r,--.orr"rnon'#lg io each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most dificult. 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 just fnisied. 7th.' A pupil 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 just 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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fs your daily program posted up in your

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How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.


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the names, corresponding to each numberr' in '"Names

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Tlrite Answers to the following Questions:

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.

If

Study the plan given below and follorv

you have not a Classification Register. in your School let me Anow at lnce; also inform the President
of your School Board or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintendent's ofice. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at nnce, so that all the schools rnay be
classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately.

most difrcult, 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 justfnislted. 7th. A pupil changing from 'one school to any

your daily program posted up in your schootr room? Do you make da\ly preparation for your
Is

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.
other in which this Register

work ? Oral Language Lessons to Do you the First and Second Reader classes, and t
have them write from ten to twenty minutes

8th. Certifcates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be just and fair in your markings, neither
too high nor too low, so, as opinion by successive teachers.

daily

to avoid clashing ot daily in giving

least fifteen minutes

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

allgrades? f ln

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drills in writing to

f[)4rut'r.

1st. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the work that each grade
includes.

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under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and oassed a satisfactorv examination. credit him with it in the column of "studies Completed this Term."
also record it in the "Record of Sludies Compldted,"

Do you have those in the Third and Fourth Reader grades \.vrite at least one letter each week besides other language q, (/R)\ work ? n., Do you giv8 Number Woik to the '\l t?:"t grades Uuttrt Utn^
.

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 keeping pupils

rooml

:DO

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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the names, corresponding to each number, in the '"Names of Pupils." column of Sth. 'The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with much care.
tion left by their

IVrite Answers to the following Questions: Is your.daily program posted up in your

Succeeding tiachers should not change the classifica-

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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left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of. each term each being classified in the grade which

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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 classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates o1f Promotiott and Monthly Repons to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be just and fair in your markings, neithet too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of opinion by successive teachers.
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under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with it in the column of "Studies Completed this Term;"
also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. This record should

Section 9808. "The couttty superintendent shall require of each teacher under his suqervision a term report, giving name, classification and grades of each pupil: Provided, that in schools employing more ihan on" teacher the term report for the entire school shall be prepared a.nd filed by the principal in- charge-, No teachei shall r'eceive the last month's salary until he presents a receipt for the -term report' signed by the tounty superintindent. " (Revised Statutes 1909. )

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the namesr- corresponding to each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." Sth. t The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with much care.

Write Answers to the following Questions:

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 be has jtstfnisied. 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, whicb will enable the teacher whose school he enters to
classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates o1f Promotion and Monthly Repons to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be just and, fair in your markings, neither

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w.'0' work Do you gi/e Orat Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, anci
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too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of opinion by successive teachers.

How to Classify Your School in the Classification R.egister.


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Do you give Number Work to the lower grad.es aalfi Ll'%) ll,or^r. try to de'6orate your school Do
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has just finished.

This reportins sheet corresponds to the classification secti6n of iour CombinedRegister; please fill it out with ink.from your Registel and return to me at

In making your recommendations in the section at right of "Pages Canvassed this Term." be iust. Tf,is section classifies this school for voul suicessori Make no recommendations that you'*ould not folow scrupulously ri/ere you to cdntinue work in this school next term,

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kept for

lo* and-follow if accurately. If you have not a Combined ReEister in vour School let me know at
once; also infdrm the Piesident of your School Board

be public inspection.' Study the plan given be-

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or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Super-

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Please endeavor to have a Register plovided for' your school at once, so that your school may' be. classified before the end of the term,

8th. Certificates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps ancl. may be obtained from the County Superintendent. gth. Be just and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of opint, ion by successive teachers
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minutes daily?

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Read the course of study carefully; notice the

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florn t'dropping out" of school. Diplouras for graduation rvili-be Turnished by the County Superintend. ent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. The "syllabus of Classes" shows every-class in each study, and the pupils (indicatedby-npmbers-) belonging t6'it, also the- pages canvassed- b-y-each class ?ur1ng th6 term. The names of pupils belon-ginq to each- class may be found by referring to the nimes, corresponding t6 each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The first classification oJ any school is the most difficult, and should be niade with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not chartge the classification left bly their predecessors without good reason. 6th. Th-e classi-fication as left by each teacher sfrouia show the status of each pupil at the close of each telm e6ch being classified in.the grade l'hich he

under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register.) 3d. When a pupil has completed a sludy tn-{ pa-ssed a satisfalct-ory examinatibn, credit him rvith it in the column of "Sfudies Completed this Term," also r:ecor:d it in the "Record of S-tudies Completed," in the back part of the ReEister. This record should show ever! study which each pupil completes, until he finishei the Course and graduates from the disttict school. The graduating of classes is one of the Ereatest incentives-that can be used in keeping pupils

the sum of the days oT absence of all pupils enrolled durinE the ternr. Do not count the days a pupil was "dropped" as "days of absence." When a pupil is "droiied" he id not a member of your school and henci-cannot be considered as t'absentt' in the sense in rvhich the word "absent" is here used. Absence that is less than half anday rvill be reported as a half day's absence; fot- example, if a pupil comes before the close of the forenoon recess, iount him tardy only; but if he should not arrive until after the iorenir6n recess, count him absdnt a. half. day. Observe the same rule for the af"ternoon '\

Total Number of Days of Absence-This will

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Number of Days of Attenclance-This'will be the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled during the term. The total number of days of attendance, plus the tqtal number days of absence, should ALWAYS equal the total number days -of membership. This f-act will enable 1'ou to tcst the accuracv of vour lesults. .'t, r .a AveriEe Daily Attendance-Thid 'ib 'found by divicling tlie total days of attendance by the number. of davs-tausht. Alwavs express the ;quotient as' a whole nuinber. A fractidn that is less than a half should be dropped, but a fraction that is a''half or more should be called 1. Number Violating Compulsory Attenda.nce Law-; The lalv requires all pupils between the ages of seven' and sixteen to attend sihool legularly at-least twenty-four consecutive weeks. It does not apply to pu-

ink in Writing Lessons?--ll4r4r.--

Where do you expecttvo teach next term?

7. Ifyou donot at present have a position


for next term, will you notify this office
as

nils rvho live more than two rniles from school. -

is founclly dividing the anibunt paid the teaiher per month by the average daily attendance for the term.

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

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Number volumes in librarv- - -- -- - - -b U - - - - - - - - -20. Number living trees on g"orn,l---- - tir- -2L. Hasyour school a nagt--------- IUA----- ---0. rop"orts are correct above ^,!
Home Address-

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Report of Classification, Standing, Advancement and Attendance.


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Failure to File thie Rcport in the Superintend.' i ont'e Oflice rvill be ontereil in f,ie Recoril a$ainst the Teacher as a Deroliotion oI Duty.
This reportingsheet corresponds to the classification section of youf Combined Eegister; please fill it out with ink from your Register and retuin to me at the end of the last-month of the term. It will be kept for nublic inspbction. Studv the plan siven below and foliow it accurately. If y-ou have nol a Combined Register in your Scfrool lei me lcnow at once; also inform the President of your School Board or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Super-

Jini,shed,. In making your recommendationsinthesection at right of "Pages Canvassedthis Term," be just. This section classifies this school for your successor. Make no recommendation that you would not follow
scrupulously were you

Write,Answers to the Following Questions:

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intendent's office. ' Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school o,t once, so that your school may be classified before the end of the term,

next term. ?th..A pupil changing from one.school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificbte of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certificates of Promotion and Monthly Rdports to Parents are valuable helps, and may be obtained from the County Superintendent. 9th. Be3nsf andfai,r in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoiclclashing of opinion by
successrve [eacners.
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to

continue work in this school

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1. Is your daily program posted up in your


school

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Do you make daily preparation for your
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work ? .\.r....7,*4J...

Do you

give Oral Language

Lessons to

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the First and Second Reader Classes, and have Tho following

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Eow to Glassily Your School in the Glaesifi.


oation Regietor.

lst. Read the couree of stucly carefully; notice tbe number of forms and the work thateach form includes,
2d. Ascertain in which form oftheCourse each pupil has rnost of his work, and blassify him in that form. If he has not all of his studies in this form, mark the form in which such other studies are found, under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form 3d. When a pupil has completed

, 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 ,,dropDed" as "davs of absence." When a pupil is
henc6 cannot be considered as a

Roport accuratoly:

rvill aesist you in llaLing four

them write from

ten to t$'enty minutes dailv?

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in which the word "absent" is here used.

"droiied" he is not a member of your gchbol and as "absent" in the'sense

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

rjn Register.)

'

study and passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with it in the column of "Studies Completed this Term," rilso record it in the "Record- of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Regidter. This record shorild show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and grail0ates from the district echool. The gracluating of classes is one of the greatest incentives

Absence that is less than half aday willbe reported 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 recess, count him absent a half day. Observe the same rule for the afternoon session.

grades

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5. 6.

Do you have your pupils use pen and ink

Total Number of Days of Attendance-This will be the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled durinE the term. The total number of days of

in the writingLessons?

A.fdrt/atb
,/--8 lea"
have a position
d.s
tl

that can be used in keeping pupils from "dropping

the total number days of absence, should ALWAYS equal the total number days of membership. This falt will enable you to test the acattendance,-plus

Where do vou expect to teach next term?

finish the course of study. 4th. The "Syllabus of Classes" shows every claes in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) beIonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. 'J'he names of pupils belonging to each elass may be found by referring to the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of .'Names of Pupils." 5th. The/irst classification of any s-choolis the most difficult. arid should be made with riuch care. Succeeding teadhers should not change the classification left

out" of school. Diplomas for Eraduationwill be furnished by the County Superinterihent for all pupils who

curacy of your results. Average Daily Attendance-This is found by dividing the f,otal diys of attendance by the number of davs tauEht. Alwavs express the quotient as a whole nu-mber- - A fractioi thaf is less th-an a half .should be
clroppecl,

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1. If you do not at present


as you get the\iromise
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soon

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but a fraction that is a half or more


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should'

of a position-and
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give

by their predecessors without good reason, ' 6th. The classification as left bv each'teachel should .. show the status of eachpupil at the ctoii of eii:hterm each being classifieal in the grade which he has just

The law reouires all nupils between the ases of seven and sixteen' to attentlsdhool regularlyat ldast twentyfour consecutive wee\s. It does not apply to pupils who live more than t*o miles from school.- ' IVhole Number of Days Taught-Count every day for which you draw pay as taught. Average Cost of Tuition per Month per Pupil-This is found by divicling the amougt paid the teacher per month by the average daily attendance for the term

Number Violating Compulsory Attendance

Law-

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TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT


For .,..13....tg.1".7 District...

DAILY PROGRAM.
FOBENOON SESSION
Tlme Eeglns ln Class

(NorE.-State what your school needs ln apparatus. blackboards, etc.: olso cive the namcs of pupils not provided with books' nam' ins the books necdcd. Suggest wherein the County Superintend' ent can co-operatc with you for the advancement of'your school,
etc, )

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Director's

l'llnutes

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ITEIUS OF REPORT

1. Wholenumberdifferentpupils enrolled to date since

july I

2.

Whole numberdifferentpupils enrolled this term 3. No. enrollednotpreviously enrolled in this county this sphool year 4. Number pupils belonging at date of this report 5. Numberpupils dropped this term and not returned 6. Number enrolled between 7. Number non-residentpupils
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10. Total number days absence

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11. Total number days attendance 12. Total number cases tardiness 13. Average daily attendance
l-4, Number neither absent nor tardv

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15. Number viol ating compulsory attendance law


16.

17.
18.

19. Number volumes in library.......

29. Number living trees on ground.. 21. Has your school a nag1..........11rd I certify that the above and wigflin rep
R. F. D. No.......... Home Addre No.......

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DAILY PROGRAM DAILY PROGRAM
AFTERNOON

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Superintendent

co{pente with you for ths advancement of your sch@l' etc.

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End

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Number gf non-resident pupils enrolled, Whole number of puipils enrolled,

Total days attendancet Average daily attendance, 'Number of days absent,


{u

Nqmber of cases tardiness, Number neither absent nor

tardy, -

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General condition of library. books-General condition of school room

condition---W. -J---.--:---z- -------Conditionofoutbuildings,Boys,------W7*Lu---------------Condition of out buildings, Girls'-----'---.(1!t-1tl-----------------.--;.,1+ Condition of Coal House----- ---- -- --House------=--XA:Z= '-',''
Number oi

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Number of Visits, Superitrtendent, ---- -- J. General Re$arks----

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I hereby certify that the above report

is
TEACHER

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Report of Clurrification,^ Standirrg, Advancu-"rrt and Attendance


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SuPerinlendent Counlv Superintndent can

DAI[.V PROGRAM
FORENOON

DAILY PROGRAM
AFTERNOON
Year

co'opemtri with you for the advancement of vour gchool' etc'

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-3-I-------days Number of non-resident pupils enrolled, Boys------ ---O-----------, Girls------ ---O------------, Total------ ---eBoys--'------t--b ---, Girls--------r--3:----'----, Total------ --29-Whole number of pupils enrolled, Boys-----l --b--?-D------, Girls------ l-4-9-1*----, Total- ------3--t--Io-L---Total days attendance, Boys------- -t--&---------, Girls- ---- ---41Q'--------, Total------ ---^-2---L----Average daily attendance, Boys------ -3- la--- ---,-, Girls------ l- Q. 4 --:---, Totall----- -5-:-l-!4 Number of days absent,
Number of cases tardiness, Number neither absent nor tardy,

School was in Session-.---

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Numbervo]umesinschoollibrary--------.----------*-L5:-

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Total----

Numberof Visits, Superintendent,-----./---------, SchoolOfficers-------------r, Others-----

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I,hereby cqrtify that the.above report is


TEACIIER

Repgrt of Classificatio
Of School i istrict N".

Standing, Advancement and Attendance


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NAMES OF PUPILS

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Number of cases tardiness, , Number neither absent nor tardy, Number volumes in school library Value of school 1ibrary.................-... General condition of library General condition of school.room...........-... Number of trees on school ground in th

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Teacher's salary per monthi Number of Visits, Superintd General Remarks
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I hereby certify that the


TEACITER.

Advancement and Attendance


Of Sehool in For the--:
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co-oprate

(NOTE)-Suggest whereln the County Superinteailent can wlth you for the advancemeDt of your cchoot, ctc.

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General condition of

library

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I hereby certify that the

Report of Classificalign, Standing, Advancement


of
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Numberneitherabsentnortardy,-novs...........f.M,cirts.....f-

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-IDo you use the Number Primer in your. ;ecoqd gtadest-......-4{.4^

Jou use which are not adopted by this county and to give the grade in which used. ' .

Please use

the space below to report any books

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Failure to fill this report and file it with the county superintendent and to leave a copy of it in the Classification register, will be sufricient .to refuse rensuabu-reg:ietration ef the

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coun- ' ' . Thjs -repglt.agrees with the outline for this IfyandtheStateCourse. Pupils shall complete the work outlinecl for each year and spend the iest of the time in review. , ' The classification report in your register and the
your succcssor. They should be filled very carefully.
The following will assist you in making your

Do^your9t$lt have pre-rvritins manual or books? -.......&1fr:..k*.tt.-.......?1A4L.r..--..................-....


Ar:e you teaching drawing from laoct *rriaa aanL trraal,? ,t- '\ least twice each week?_Class

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Do you teach wfiting at least 4b minutes each weck? ---,..*HLn -. .i--.....-.:--:.::l:--, Do your-pupils use pen and ink above the second

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Report

$gring t!9 terq1.. Do not count the {qys a pupil rt'as "dropped" as "days of absence". When a pupil is "dro^pied" he is not a member of your schoioli and hence cannot be considered. as "absent" in the sense lense in r'hich the rvord ,.absent,, is here used. CONVENIENT

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Do you have the Primer Class and Fir3t Reader at least three times each dav?.-...H2.-g/-ODo you have the Second Reader Class reJ/ at reas*urice each day?........,*J,!..{2.
Do your children lmow%ind give the flag salute
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rs your certificate registered?--- -----/-!/.-!42----------.4 \Yhat Reading Circle Books hav{,zfou read this

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numberlf days all pupils

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What EducatftfttMeetings ,have, ygu attended

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to attend school regulally at least tlventy-four consecutive weeks, beginning sept' 1st' Whole Number of Days Taught-Count every day
seven and sixteen

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Number

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for which you draw pay as taulht.

Do you do the Janitor work a.fter 4 p. M. dav? """""'n '" ' ----------..&,2C-,.--.--

\Vhere dhzlou expect to teg.ch next terrn?...-......-...

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Number volumes in library -.-.-.-.7-./.A--s. Number living trees on ground .......-ffira Has your school a flag and pole and rope?
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TO BE FILLED OUT BY TEACTTER OR PRINCIPAL

TgecHERS' AxNUAL RnpoRT /


For districts maintaining ten years of school work or
Year of 1912-13
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year).. .. .. . .NIen.........J......... . Women.........O....... fot"f...../............. .....Boys..........1....... Gir1s...,....[........... tot"f'....J.....'... Numberof eighth gradegraduates orpromotioos..... Numberofpupilspaylngtuition'.....:....noys..........,0..........Girls............0.......'.Tot.......0...,'.,..
.those who may have resigned duriag the

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Number of resular teachers (report only one teacher for each teaching position). . . .Men............{.......... Womeo.',...............'. Total.'.'...1...'...". (lf e room has been taught by mort than one teacher, count only thc one teachirg the longer part of the term.)
Are you a graduate of a.College and State Normal School?...I.Cf-.....

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A College?...f,.'[9-.......

A State Normal School?....I?rdL.,..: A four-

I.\E-.... If not a graduate, have you attendecl a State Normal School?.,f,,{u1.0J... A hiCh sahootl......lQlAl.". 0 d (Give onty one school for each teacher.) 0 . . . . . .Men, $a{.9.?t.{Xtrvomen, $.........'...... T"t"). $.!*.8.?rti Amount of satarv earned by teachers. (If taught bJ more than one teacher, consider tbe salary paid to all for the one teacbing the longer ptrt of tbe term.)
year high school?...
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Total days' attendance of all pupils

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Value of school

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property:

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Sitesaadbuildings. Total.... .......

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How many years have you taught in this district?............O].:IL........... (If more than one teacher is employecl, as shown by item 11' give length of service of each, in district.) . . . . . .Men..............d....... Womea....'..'..O......' Total.0'".....'.. (20b.) Number of truant officers employed....

Amountof alltaxesleviedforschoolpurposes,madeAugust,

1912... use.

......$.....8.A..d........ X

(22.) Amount of boncle{l indebtedoess, July 1, 1913. (23,) Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary (24,) Number of private schools in the district,......................D

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reading books for class
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(a)Numberofteachersemployetl.....It4en.....,,..Women..,,'...............Tol....'...'..........'4 . . . . .Boys.. (b) Number of pupils enrolled....


(25.) Number of persons
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between the ages of 12 and 2L whoare unable to read andwrite noys.............O....... Gir1s..........Q.......... Total.....O*........
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(26.) Amount of endowment or permanent fund belonging to this district.

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(Confet with the Clerk of the Board relative to questions 18,21,22, 24,25 Md 26,) (Tbe numbes in parenthses conesponcl to nmbers in the Diretorst Aruual Report).

1 The foregoing is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

or Principal. and mail the other copy to the County Super-

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TO BE FILLED OIIT BY TEACEER OR PRINCIPAL IN CEARGE OF BIIILDING

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Dnrollment for the year by grades. (Do not couat any pupil more thaa oace.)

F, 3. Length of school year in

Total: Elementary

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months:.......... ......1......................

Actual number of days school was is


MALE FEMALE
TOTAL

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Whole number of different persons employed as teachers in this building for the whole or par! of . the year, who have not been transfeiredl to another building in this district

Number of eighth grade graduates or promotions Number of elementary pupils paying tuition. Number of high school

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Number of high school tuition pupils.

Aclministrative ofrcers (does not apply to one-room districts):


(a) Superintend.ents who do oo teaching

(b) Principals and Supervisors who teach less than half time.
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Teachers and principals who teach half time or more (if_more than one person has room, only tount-the one teaching the longer part of the term) . .

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Totalnumberofteachingpositions(sumof9and10)(showonlytheactualpositions)..........
Teachers' qualifcations:.. Number graduates of a College, ?gcl S --...-^.**rr--=#--

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A Normal

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A four-year high

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college?

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.....,.............'..........?AStateNorma1schoo1?..........lAHichSchool?........'..(Giveonly auce of each teacher at work at end of term. 'Ihe total must correspontl with No. 11 above.) Amount of annual salarv earned by teachers: M" , $...!J..q.0...ff9. ,Women, $................................; Total,
(If
a position has bceri held by niore than one person, give as annual salary served

longest.)

the sum earned by all, but count the one (man oi woman) who

$.....A..q...A.ffi

t4.
16.

t7.
18.

Number of sittings for study (capacity) (double seats to be counted as two sittings)...
Value of sdrool

,-.

...........\)....9...............

/-^

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

property:

.l - - .zr {o $*-.4'.4..:/. .D '


....:

tg. Give length of

service

in this

district

of

teachers holding positions

at

close

of

school:

yr.?..............'..'...... Z yrs.t.....1....

3 yrs.?...................... 4 yrs.?....................
10 yrs.?...................... 11 yrs.?.................... 17 yrs.?...................... 18 yrs.?.....:.............'

20.

Promotion of health and attendasc: (a) Number of inspectors employed:

Nurses................0........

....

Physicians.......

O. ............ Total...................
$...-..76..Q.-Sr.

21. Amount of all taxes levied for

school purposes, made August

LgLs.

. use.
. .Men.'...

22. Amount of bonded indebtedness, July 1,

1914.

23. Number of volumes in library

exclusive of supplementary reading books for class

$-f'.2.p.*.q'.* , l=f 1....'..


Women.................... Girls........................ Girls........................

24.

Number of private schools in the district:........................ (a) Number of teachers (b) Number

employed. of pupils enrolled.

.. ..

' .Boys'....'...................

Total........0...........

t<
26. ,,7

Number of persons between the ages of 12 and 21 who are unable to read and write. .8oys........................

\^

rotl........0...........

Have you any departmental teachings

Arnountofendowmentorpermanentfundbelongingtothisdistrict.....:. --(fI y-u are unable to obtiin the information calledfor in questions 18,2L, /2,24,25 arLd.27 re.adtly ,let the items remais blnnL.) - (own)

29, SAIARIES OF TEACITERS.


Enter in the fotlowiag table

tle number of teachers in tlay


Spcoroenv Men
'Women

schools

paidthe tlifierent annual salaries.


Dr.BuBNt ARY
SBcoNoenv

EI,slrBxtanv
Sar,enrBs

Men

Women

SelenrBs

Men

Women

Men

Women

Less than $200..


$200

QI

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

$299..
$399..

$1.300 to $1.399
$1-4OO

to $1.49O

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

$1.500 to $1.599 $1.600 to !$1.699 $1,700 to $1,799 $1.800 to $1.899 $1,900 to $1,999 $2.000 to tS2.499

...

$799 ..

$899... $999...

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

(" (nn in 82

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$3.000 and over

NOTICE.
Make out this report in duplicate, except in districts having two or more builr{ings and a superintendent, and file one copy with the clerk of the school board and mail the other copy to the county superintendeot at the close of school. 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 thc Superintendent who is to consoliclate the sevcral reports ancl rnakc one copy for the Clerk of the school board and one to be mailed to the Counl,y Superintendent at the close of schsol.
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TEACHERS' ANNTJAL RE,PORT


YBl,n oF 1914-15

(Do not count any pupil more than once.)


lst Yr.
Boys Girls
2nd Yr. Boys Gide

3rd

Yr. |

4tb Yr.
Boys

6th Yr
Boys Girlg

7th Yr
Boys

8th Yr.
Boye

gtb Yr.
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Boys

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12th Yr

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Girls

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Total:
Ele:

3 3 a 3 Jl tb netrtarj,

Secondary (High)

#26-HgT-jre1T'lb?66fitfi;e'enrolled'io i6?e'nrolled'ir1
district,-during the year.. . .

some other district of this Sta State befor Jnrolling in this

""'['v """"""""" 4.
Whole number of difierent.persons employed is teachers in thid building for the whole or part of t , the year and who have not been tranifehed from another building in tEis district. . . . . . . .Men......J........Women............Total.....1......
ir'i

....

5. :'
7. 9.
10.

Numb'er]of eighth grade gradu.eites or

promotions

..8oys.....$.......Gir1s....J,r........Tota1....J..........

't

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A'

Number of high

Administrative omcers (does not apply to one-room


(a) Superintendents who do no

tiiching

districts):

(b).Piincipals and Supervisors who teach less than daf time. . . . . . . .-. '.. . ; . . . . . Teachersandprincipalswhoteachhalf

U"n................Women............Tota1..................

on1ycounttheoneteachingthelongerpartofthetelm)..........
of teaching positions (sum of 9

timeormore(if morethanone person has taught in a room

11. Total number

aid

10) (show only the actual

positions).

. . . . .Men.........f .....Wo-en............Total...f.............

t2.

Qualitcations of teachers: Number

,:

A Normal School

only?...

A four-year High School only?.......:................

If not a graduate,

how many have attended a college?

.............:...........? A State Normal School?.........../........... A High School?.....!..... (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total must not be more thah No. 11 above.) "
13.

Amountofannua1sa1arearnedbyteachers:M"",$.....5...L-'5.].,*o*"o,$....''...,...........''.......'.;Total,

(If
14.
16.

a position has been held by more than one person, give as annual salary the sum earned by all for the sex holding the position longest,)

Total days' attendance of all pupils enrolled.


-

u. 1. A-1 I/-

t7. Number of sittings for study (capacity)


18.

(double seats to be counterl as two

sittings)

..............4..y.........

s....tu
(b) Eguipment (furniture, iib."ry, apparatus,

.a-

4.4

ri
20.

yrs'1.'...'................ 18 yrs.?.................... 19 yrs.?.................... zo yrs. or more?................

(dorni p"*-of .

y*, r. r'y*r.i

. Promotion of health: Number of nurses


nurse or inspecting officer?,,...,.b........:.....

employed?.........0..... Pfrysiciar:s?.....0-........ Amount paid nurses?.......0........... Physicians?.....6.....:..

Number of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion?,............O........Number found afiected?...........0..........,.Number of homes visitecl bv Promotion of attendance: Number of truant-ofrcers employed?...S...,......Ment,..Q.........\V'o*.n?....Q--.... Amount paid truant officers?....O......... Number of children not attending school between the qges of ? and 14?.....0..........,: 14 and 16?.......0.......... Number of children agested and

placed in charge of teacher?......0.........Number sentenced by a cour! to a delinquent school?.....6............Number of school and age certificates
issued ?.:..D.............

2L. Amount of all taxes levied for school purposes, made A.ugust lgL4. . . 22. Amotrnt of bond.ecl indebtedness, July 1, 1915.

S ....1..1...0...0...

g....1..?.r..0...A........

23.

Number of volumes in'library exclusive of supplementary reading booksforclassuse. of pupils enrolled in elementary grades (lst to 8th) 'Girls?...........-............ College Grades (i3th

24.Numberof.'privateschoo1sinthedistrict?......'..o......'Numberofteachersemptoyed?......

Boys?.................... Girls?................ Secondary Grades (9th to

12th):

Boys?.............:..

to 16th)r

Boys?.

Girls?........................

25. Number of persons

between the ages of 12 and

2l

whoare unable to read and

write: noyr.............0....... Gir1s......O.............. 1:oj...O-...........

27,Amountofendowmentorpemnnentfundbelongingtothisdistrict. (If you are unable to obtain the information called for in questions !8,2L,22,25
(ovER)

and 2? readily, let the items remain blank.)

2e.. SALARIEq OF TEACHERS.


Enter in the following table the number of teachers in day schools paiil the difierent annual salaries..
Er,BlrsNtenv
Sar-enrns
.

Srcowolnr
Men
'Women Sar,anrBs

Er,BlmNtenv
Men
Women

SscowoanY

Men

Women

Men

'W'omen

Less than $200..

. . .

$1,200 to $1,299 $1,300 to $1,399 $1,400 to $1,499 Ql (nO la Rl (OO


lRl,6OO

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


$200

$299.. $399..

$499. ..

$599.. $699..
S79e. .

. .
.

fo $t.6QO

$1,700 to $11799
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in $l

-ROO

$899. . .

Sl-oo0 to lBl.SSq.
Q2 OOO

$999.'..

ta S2 4OO
'!

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

s2.ioo to $2.999
$.1

nnn qnd

Total (saoe as Item 11)....


NOTICE,

..

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TO BE FILLED OUT BY TtsACEER OR PRINCIPAL IN CEARGE OF BI'ILDING

'4F2-

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


Ynen oF 1915-16

"fr:;../..L. Tnaxrn
l. I
School census:

I "*-T-.* -i- *Ail Untler zt Years of


2nd Yr.

Aee.

I
|

Elementary
a
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lst Yr.
3rd Yr. Girls

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Yeare of

4ru.\rL.................county,,rinoie. Age. I
Date of-Census:
i

June....-......................1916

Kindcrgarte!
Boyr

4tb Yr.

5tb

Ys

il

Girb

Boys

s 6

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14

3
9th

tz 3 It2 L t tl 1
i
Yr.
-

Borr

Girls

nov.

oirt,

Bovs

Glrls

Boys

Girls

Yr.

10th

2t. 3.

How many of the above were enrolled in some other district of this State before enrolling in this district, during the year.... .. . ..Boys...-...............Gir1s-..-...*...Tota1.............. Length

4.Numberofvacanciescausedbydeath?.'......o.'...,Resignation,etc.?......d.........Changeofteaclrersforspringterm?'....A.....]...'o...'.........'....
....noys......J/-..Cir1s...."/-.........Tota1...3........... 5. Number of eighth grade graduates or promotions..... 6.Numberofelmentarytuitionpupilsaffgnf1ingthisschool............'.Boys.......'..'.....Girls.'................Total. ......:. 7, Numberof highschoolgraduates.... 8.Numberofhighschooltuitionpupilsattendingthisschool.Boys..'...''.......Girls..'''....'....'' 9. Administrative oficers (does not apply to one-room districts): (a) Superinteodents who do no teaching ... . .Men................Women............Tota1.....,........... (b) Principels aod Supervisors who teach less than half time. . .. .Men...............,Women.....,..,...Tota1.................. 10. Teachers and principals who teacb hdf time or more (if more than ooe person has taught in a room I t oaly count the one tcaching the looger part of the term). .Men.......{........Women............Tota1........1........ It. Totsl number of teaching positions (sum of 9 and 10) (show only the actual positions)... .. .Men......./.......Women............Total....../.........

12.

Qualifcations of teadrers: Number graduates A four-year High School only?....,..,..........,.,... A Normal School only?...

If not a graduate,

how many have attencled a college?

A State Normal

School?......./.. A High School?...........


term. The totat
must not be more than No. 11 above.) salary the sum earned by all for the sex holding the posit(on longest.)

(Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of

13.Amountofannualsalarearnedbyteachers:tlt"o,$......f' (If a position has been held by more than one pemoo, grve as annual

' li.
15.
16-

Total days' attendance of all pupils

enrolled.
I -

.........3...7.!...fr.........

Nuober of teachers contributing to the Illinois State Teacher's Pension and Retirement Fund............

..........O-...........

Total amount

contributecl....
17.
18.

|
a . 5..,..h.4..A..0....

Value of school property! (a) Sites aotl builtlingi.

Number of sittings for stutly (capaciW) (double seats to be counted as two sittings)

(b) Eguipment (furniture, library, apparatus,

Total

19.

Give length of serice in

(Couat part of a year as a year.) . 17 yrs.?..-----......... 18 yrs.?...... 19 yrs.?..,................. 20 yrs. or more?. iPromotion of heelthi Number of nurses employed?.,......0...... pnv.i"i"or?....4......... Amount paid nurses?.......d.......... Physicians?....9.........
Nu.mber of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion?............4.........Nrmber founcl afiected?.......0...............ttumber of homes visited by 'ourse or inspecting omcer?.......d..........,...

Promotion of atteadance: Number of truant officers eaploye{?:..-.9..-...W.o1.,..9........Women?........4....

Amount paid truant ofrcers?.......d---

Number of chilttren aot atteading school between the ages of 7 and l4?.........(1....,.... 14 and 16?......y'........... Number of chilclren arresteal aad

placedinchargeofteacher?......d'.........Numbersentencedbyacourt?.,'......'........0...'........Numberofschoolandagerdfetes
issued?....d.............

,1
22.
2C.

Amount of all taxes levietl for school purposes, made August

1915... booksforclassuse....

$......1....17n........

Aoount of bonded inilebtetlness, July 1, 1916... Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary readrng
Number of private schools in

$..'...'....&.1n.......
........'...........'...........

AL,

the district?........4......... Number of teachers employed?.........0........ Men?.......0.......Womeq?....4........ Number

of pupils enrolled in elementar5r grades (1st to 8th) : Boys?.....-.9......- Girls?......S........ Secondary Gracles (9th to.l2th):l Boys?.....6......... Girls?............4.--.... College Gracles (13th to-16th):liBovsl.=..-0. Girls?."..,.b'.........'....
25. Number of persons between the ages of 12 antl 21 who
26.

"t"

oilTllelto read aod write: 8oys............O......... Gir1s...........0.......... Totat.......O.........

de;!

(aot township fund). .,. . . . 27. Amount of endowment or permanent fund belonging to this district

(If youareunablotoobtaiatheinformationcalledforinlquestions L,L8,2I.22,25and.27 readilylletthEiteEsremainblaok.) (OYER) ^

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sarARrEs pF rEAcaE$:
I

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Enter in the fotlowlng tabte the number of teachers in day schools paitl the difierent nnnual sataries.

Er,rraBureny
Sar.anrBs

Men

Iro*"o

**

SscoNDinv

Er,Bupnteny
Sar,rrnrBs
i

Srcouoenv Men
.IYoqe4,

lr:;::

Men

'Women

.", ;

$300

to $400 to
$6oo

$399... $499...

$soo6 $see...

iunn... $zood $7ee... -l


to
to $8ee. . . $e00 to $eee...
$800

:.

$1,099. $1,100 to $1,199. 91,100


811000

to

. . .! .... ... ....

NOTICE.
DISTRiCTS OF ONE BUILDING-Make out this report in duplicate, and file
one copy township treasurer, and mail the other copy to the couot5r superintendent at the close of

i ,,
school. .

witb the clerk of the school board to be filed

wiil tle
.

IN OTffER'DISTRICTS-In

.,

districts having two or more buitdings and a superintendeot, only one copy is to be made by the principal of each

building and filed with the superintendent, who is to consblidate the several reports and make one copy for the clerk of the school board to be filed ,' i with the township treasurer, and one to be mailed to the county superintendent at the close of school.

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TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
-rrrrilo-rz
Name of
School......
t1

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Boya

/,.......Cbtrnty, Illinois.
All Uader
21 Ycars of Age.

All

Betwecn 6 End 21 Yearo of

Date of Census:
June............................1917

School census:

27 27 .<4
lst Yr.
Boya 2atl Yr. Boys Girle

Glrls

TotEl

Elementary
Kiadergartea Boyr Girls 3rtl Yr
Boye

4th Yr,
Boys

Sth Boys

Yr.
Girls

6th Yr.
Boy6

?th Yr.
Boys

8th Yr. Boyr Glrls Boyr

Totel
Girle

Girls

Girls

Girls

4
E fr
9th Yr.
I

3 3 .s
1ltb Yr.
Boye

2
Total
Boys Gjrle

Glrls

Girls

9,
Grancl TotEl

4
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/tr /2-

Secondary (High)
10tb Yr. Boys 12th Yr. Boya

Bots

Glrb

Girls

Glrls

Girls

t
2a. o.

ts

Boys

Girls

l2-

.!'

4.

Numberofvacanciescaused.byc1eath?..................Resignation,etc?.......,......Changeofteachers . . . . . .I,t;...'?" Number of eighth grade graduates or promotions...,. . Number of elementary tuition pupils attending this Number.of high school graduates. Number of high school tuition pupils attending this
Superintendents who do no teaching (applies

""Gir1s""'/':"""'tot"r*'3" ""

6.
,,

school. school. only)..


onlr. .

. .8oys"""""""'Girls""""""""Total

8.
o

' ' '8oys""""""""Gir1s""""."""Tota1""""""" ' 'Boys""""""""Gir1s""""""""Tota1"""""""

to

grade schools

" ' " ' 'Men""""""""W'omen"""""Tota1"""""""


.....

9a. Principals and supervisors who teach iess 10.

than half time (gratle schools

.Men""""""""women"""""Tota1""r""""'

'nitrf;i:";:*"*:#ir,#J*T::1frfi"s,::::i::::: i:'::: T:i*'i l llli*""


A State Normal School?....... 1.....'......... A High School?"""""' (Give only highest gratluation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of

wo-",,

rotal

/-

Totalnumberofteachingpositions(sumof9,9aand10)(showonlytheactualpositions)....'.....Men....'.-/......'women"""""Tota1""/-"""' 12. gddlif6ti6ns of teachers: Number graduates of a College and State a college? A four-year High School only?......../.............. If not a graduate, how many have attended A Normal School only?...
11.

term.

The total will not

fu:")")OyNo' '''':''

11 above')

13.

AmountofannualsaIaryearnedbyteachers:tvtun,a.....{..f..;women,$................,......'.-.....lTot'r,

14,
.15.

""" Totaldays'attendanceof allpupilsenrolled.....:.3.,/ (#

(If a position has been

held by more than

p";;;;';i;;;p;t"g;; "Z-=-'

the sum earnecl by all for the teacher holding the position longest')

'""""""""""""""'
To,tal amount contributed

Number of teachers contributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension

and Retirement Fund............""""""':"""""

..'.....'....'''.......':
16.

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Number of sittings for study (capacity) (double seats to be counted as two sittings). . . '

Valueofschoolproperty:
(a) Sites ancl builtliogs.

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" " " ";
'.

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

,'
t9. Give length of service in this district of
teaohers

1? yrs.?.................. 18 yrs.?........"........ 19

yrs.?'........."""" 20 yrs' or

more?"

(Count part of a year as a year')

Promotionofhealth:Numberofnursesemp1oyed?'.Physicians?..'.''.,.....'..
Number of pupils examined for physical defects or coatagion?........................Number
nurse or inspecting officer?.......'............'...

found afiected?......"""""""""Number of homes visited by

Amount paid truant officers?"""""" Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?...."..""""Men?""""""""Women?"""""""" 14 and 16?........"""""" Number of chilclren arrested and Number of childern not attending school between the ages of ? and t4?......2).'...... of school and age certificates issaed?"-'-"'^"" placed ia charge of teacher?....................Number sentenced by a court?....................Number
*2L. Amount

of all taxes levietl for school purposes, made August 1916" July 1, 1917.

'

*22. Amouat of bondecl indebtedness,


23.

$J'?'g''":""""""' s,7/-.4*.....-':..-

use' Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary reading books for class

'6-'{"""""'

24. Numberofprivatesclroo1sinthedistrict?.................,,'Numberofteachersemp1oyecl?................Men?.........''......Women?........',........ Girls?.......""""' secontlary Gratles (9th to 12th): Boys?"""""""" of pupils enrolletl in aementary gra<les (1st to 8th): Boys?..................'.

Girls?.................... College Gracles (13th to 16th): Bovs?...."""""""" Girls?" """"-""" d . r25. Number of persoos between the ages of 12 and.21 who are unable to read and write: Boys..'..""'(1"""
26. Have you
*27, Amount of endowmentorpermanent fund belogging

^ Girls"""O""""" TotaL...4.................
$"'71'0-vl-''"""'

(Do not answer it"*rfi"ii6i'"b;;;"; ili.l'?dff;;;ileii'en

tothis district (not township fund)' ' '.- ",":"i:


(ovnr)

is confiimed 6v the clerk of the board')

"'

o-lmore buildings and a su.f erintendent, only onc copv is to be made-by the principal of each building and. filcd with the ^..-^h$:11_"F ky+_e^!*q supermtendent' wno ls to consolldate the several reports and make two copies of the same and file with-the riounty superintendbnt at the close of
school.

to the U.

-Teacheis-are rgqqer'tea to-fill out each item of this report. This is the initial report for data that is consolidated for the State and forwarded S.. Commisiioner of Education. Much dependJ'upon tne accuricv or your answers.

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TEACHtsRS'ANNUAL REPORT
YEAR OF
1917.18

To be filled out in duplicate by Teacher in charge and both copies filed nfffi the County Superintendent
at the closc of school to fill out each item of this report. This is the initial report for doto that fu coneoliilateil for the Etats au{ torvartled to the U. S. Commissioner of Education. Much depenile upon the accuraay bf your anrwel!.
Teaehers are requested

Nane of
School

...

Dlst, / / No...'..9,

{{././ aZn.*e'fu:kt. !u.. . . . .oormrn nriaois.

Lll

To be lieteil as they arc at the closo of tho year before promotiou

Elementary

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2a.

Eow many of the above were enrolleil this year in some other district of thie St&te lbefore enrolling in this

distrie!

-? ...Boys..V.. :.cirlc. ...{./...Totat.:.1....

3. Length of school year in months: .,-::.|Qftff..1:L(......... Actual number of rlays schoolwasin sssion: ...../.#.9,. 4. Vacancies of teachers causetl by death?. . . . . .() ,.. .By resig;nation? . . . .. .U .. . .By change for spring term?. .. . . .. d.. Total. .....4., qrd 5. Numter of eighth grade graduates or pronotions. .. . . . . . . .Boys. . ol^ . ,Ci.ts. ..$ . . .totat. .I. . . . 6. Nunber of elementary tuition pupils attending this school.. .......Boys....A.Oi"t.. ...()...foAn....f..
Answer only one in item 12.

12. Qualifcationsof teachers: Graduateof a0ollegeandStateNormal $chool? "A, College only?... ANormalSchoolonly?. .... Afour-yearHighschoolonly?. Y/2AL..... If notagraduate, havelouatten,red. aeollege? ..... A State Normal School?. .... A Eigh Scbool?.....,:...... (Give only highest grad.uation or attendance of each tscher at work at end of ffi*r_|J" total will not ,be more thnn No. ll arbove.) 13. Amount of annual salary earnecl by teacher: Men, g. . .. ,; women , $.,.1f{. [,; Total, $. #.ff.. (If a 'position has been helil by more than one preo& give as annual salary the sum eorned by allforthe teacherholilingthe position.) tcl. Total ilays'attendance of all pupils enrolled......g. 7.P...!1...... I5.AreyoucontributingtotheIllinoigStateTeachers,PensionantlRetirementF,untl...?t.a
16.
T7.

Numberof

oneroomschoolhousesinthedistrictr..../.

......Public...,./.....RentecL.

19.

23.
wL.

...A./f....(dhflJL) Give length of gervice in this figtrict of teacher holding position at close of school: f F.?. .. .. /.... 2 y,ts.?. 3 yrs.?. 4 yrs.?. 5 yrs. ?. 0 yrs.?. ? yrs.f. 8 yrs.?. 9 yrs.?. l0 yre.?. ll yrs.? ... 12 yrs. ?.......... l3 yrs.?......... 14 yrs.?......... lg yrs.?.. 16 yrs. ?......... 17 yrs.?' .. 18 yrs.? ... 19 yrs. ?..........20 yrs. or nore?.. (Count part of ayear as a year.) Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary reading books for clags use. ... .t.. Nunherof privateschoolsinthetlistriet?,.....O:.Numberof teachers employetl?....C.. Men?... Yromen?. ... Nurnber of pupils enrolledinelementarygrailes (lst to 8th): Boys?. ..tlirls?. .. Sedondary Grailes (fth to f$h): Boyst. . Gtuls?..........CoUege Clrailes (l3th to l6th): Boyst. . Girls?. / _^ $dary. S...bJ.
NumDer of sittings for stutly (eapaeity) (double seats to he counterl

",.Q......Total......t..

as one sittirg)

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ONE ROOM

Teachers' Annual Report

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TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
SCHOOL YEAR OF T9T8-19
To the Teacher or Superintendent: The State and National authorities need and demand all the data called for in this report. You are renderins a val 'ld service by a-careful and prompt filling out of each item. For common schools of one teacher, items rvith starred'numbers only are tJ'be fiIled. In schools of t*-o or more teachers the data should be collected pl the Sunerinte-ndent or Principal and embodied in one report. -Trvo copies are to be filed with tbe County Superintendent within one week after the close of school. ,
are
Kindergqrtcn

at tbe
3rd Yr. 6th

lst YL
Boys

?nd Yr,

Yr.

7th

Yr.

8th

Vr.

lotal

4c:
rd

----T---Bovs I Girls

2
Secondary (High)

tl2
r2th

novslGir{slBors

315l I llt, lt

lltb Yr. I
Boyr

Yr. I

Total

Glrle

Boy:

Glrlr

r2a. How many of the above


.3.
ti4.

were enrolled this year

in some other district of this State before

.Lengthofschoo|yearinmonths:......X....9.<:l.*x.Actua|numberof<iaysscltoolrvasinsessiott:...-.. Vacancies of teachers caused by death.-..-...d---.... by resignation .....O.. . by change for spring term-.-...-...--O---.---.---

otot.......-..-O-.-.-....-.

*5.

i6.

,
8.

9.

9a.
&10.

Teachers and principals who teach half time

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

t11.Totalnumberofteachingpositions(sumof9,9aand10)(shorv

312,

Qualifications of teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at rvorli at cnd of

tcrm. The total rvill not be rnore

than No. 11 above.) Number graduates of a College and State Normal

School?.....---... lf
School?......-..--

College only?.....--...--.:

A Normal

School

'
t2a,

only?..-

A four-year High

School only?...............[.-.-........

not a graduate, h*orv many have attended

acollege?

A State Normal School?...........-...........-.-:....-.--- A High

Qualifications of high school teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at rvork at end of not be more than No, 1la above). Number graduates of a college and State Normal

term. The total will

A Normal

only?.. a college?........
School

A State

School?..........A College only?----.-..-....---.-....-. A four-year High School only?-.--......-.... If not a graduate, horv .many have attended School?......-.-.. A High School?......-...Normal

(If

a position has been held by more than one person, give as annual salary the sum earned by all _for the teacher holding the position).

*15.

Number of teachers contributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund: ....--...-..--,1--"---.---.---..-..---Amount contributed
thie year,

S.----+....
iDoubleseatstobecountedasonesitting)
dl;trict of teachers holding positions at close of school:
1

*tl.
t19.

I'iumberofsittingsforstudy.
Give lengh of service tn this

----

- 2- 3-yr?.--...-...X

2 yrs?.......-....--.-.----...---.--

17

yrs.?.-....---......... 18 yrs,?........-....-...... 19

should equal that of No. 11.)

yrs.?.....

20 yrs.

or more?..-..-..............-. (Count part

of a year as a year.

Total

*20.

Promotion of

health:

Number of nurses employed? ..-...O....-..- Physicians?..---.-4.--...- Amount paid nu...r?.......8-...-. Physician t--.--D---.----

Number of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion....--.1)-..-......Number found affected...---..O........Nurnber of homes visitecl

by nurse or iospecting

oftcer?.......!1..-......-

Promotion of attendance: Number sf truant oficeis employea?....--O-..Vlen?...-.O..--Wo-en?....-O-.... Arnount paicl truant officer"?...d-----Number of children not attending school betwcen the ages of 7 and 14?.-....-..---...-,..- 14 and 16?-.....--..-.......-- Number of children arrested and
placed

in charge of teacher?......-......-.-.... Number sdntenced by a court?--...

Nurnber of school and age certificates issucd?.....---.....---.-.-

+124. Number

of private

schools

in the district?...-.O...-- Number of teachers employed?......O-.-.-

\'Ien?-.....O....-\1'onren?.-..

O--..-.

Numbcr

of pupils enrolled in elementary grades (lst to 8th):


Girls?-...........-....- College Grades (13 to

Boys?..,.--..-...-. Girls?.........---.- Secondary Grades (9th


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

to 12th):

Boys...

16th):..

26a. Number of years of high scJrool rvork offered in the following courses: Academic (classical, scientif c, etc.).-.-................ Cornmercial.....-....-..--..--.
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28.

SALARIES OF TDACTIERS.

Dnter in the following table the number of teachers in day schools paid the different annual salaries.

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SncoNoenr S..[.{nrEs.

Elol{Exr.tnrllen

SECoNDARI

i\Ien

| \\'omen

IIen

IWomen

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

g200to

5299..........-..-........

$1,700

to

$1,799.......--....--.

-.-

$1,100

to

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

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TEACHERS'AryI_AI REPORT
scHool. YEAR OF
1919-1920

Dtst. / No....1..J
Elementary. To be lrsteal as they are at the crose of the year before prorilotton.

County, Illinols

I
I

3!d Yr.

4th Boys

Yr.

5th

Yr.

6th

Yr.

8th Boys

Yr.
Girls

Glrls

tk'z
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10th

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BoYt
Grantl Total

/f

EoYs

Girls

Yr. I lcirrs I

ltth yr.
aovs

lzthYr.

Boys

Girrsl noye

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of thls State
before

.2a,.

IIow many of tlre above


enrolllng ln thls

this year ln some other

.3. length of school year in months: Actual number of alays school was ln

;'""/.g1"*rs.il.fu ro6/-kLFesslon......

.6.

Number of elementary tulfon pupils attenaling ttrls

school.....

nov".!.!I(4-en

;- a ;;;4
t10'
Teachers and princlpals who teach half time or more

-\

o-"r,...{.. rotur....}.......

(if more than one person has taught in a room

.11. Total number of all teaching poslfions (sum of g, 9a anat 10) (show only the-actual posltions)..-_.U"-.f._$... Wo-"rr-.)\ fotu.t ua, Total number of htgh school teaching losiilons (show onty the actual posltions)

all teachers: (Give onl-yhighestEiraduationorattentlance of each teaeher at work at enil of torm. The tota,l wlll not be more than No. above.) Number srs.duates of a couege an. state Normal scuoor2...........\_:_. ; ;;;:;" ;;;;;__X__.:___ '' A Normal schoor onlv?---------...X..----.. A rour-vear *,ish school onrvz.--.-......1..-.. rt ;;;;r;;";;rny have atten.recl & corlese?"'-"'e*,.-.-....------ a state Normal scnoon-....9--.%^*.4?",*lsih schoot? ...A.*k"A^r12a, Qualiflcatlons of hiah school teachers: (Glve only hlghest giraduation or attendance of each tf,."/O* at work at enal of term, The total will not be more than No' 11a above). Number iraclua.tes of a college anal state No"-Js"nool?--.---. A college only?...:....... A Normal School only?.....-......X-...... A four-year iHtgh School only?..._..... V -- _vE. rsar ".....4_____..1._;.. If not a gradua,te, low many have attendeal aow manv bave attentre'r V a. correse?-.--...---.-.-......K.. A state *""*" ,"o*,r...-.......)f,"-*-.;';ilil;;X.-::.:::..: ""ou""' .18.AmountofaaDua1salaryearD.e.lbya!lteachers:Mon,,..r.gF...b........-;_;;;:;'.

- men......_!._... Wo_"r,-...KTota1.......[.._

'72'

Qualiflcations of

Amount of annua.l salary earned by high school teacbers only: turr, S..._...-_-\.__.; Womjn, ,....-__X___, , (rf a positlon has been helcl by more than one p(eJsoo, glve as annual salary ,u\ earneal by all for the "uposition at end of term,) .^ , , un '14' Tota'l 'lava a,tteralarco of all pupils enrolled tn both elementary and htgh scboor ...........J- /.J......7...-....
13a.

'

14a.ofauhi8ihschoolpuptls(8,bove8thgrade)...-.........-.....-...........:nffi.....*.:......:." 91$tins to the ruinois state Teachers, pension anil Reurement tr'un6: thisyea& A---.J-...-.."-...-.:/_-.-......_. t. - ) i16. Number of all pubilc school ]rouses 14 the attstric r,.........-rfun*. ubl 16a. Number of school houses in the cltstrict used by high schoors o'ly .... .... PubI t1?. Number of sittings for study: (Double seats to be countear as o'e sltting) ...... .19. Glve length of
116' Number of teacheT

..

mount contributetl

.---.

2 yrs?

yrs,2.........&...... 14 yrs,?.........L........

rr

yrs.:...-...../--..... 16 yrs.?....................

'20'

shoulal equal that of No. 11) Promotion of health: Number of nursgs emntovea?....{...... Physieian"i.......{......... amount patd nurses?. ..-. X-. prrystctansr....X.........-. Number of pupils examlneal for phJslcal alefects or cJntagion...?-.Wbi"mber founal anectea..-.Wsumber of homes visited by nurse or tnspecttng omcorz-.---(p1r@ Promotton of attenalance: Number of truant officers e ptoveaWMenr....A..... woment--Xr-...Amount paldl

Number of chilalren rlot attenaling school between the ages placetl ln charge of teacrrerz\x1$umber. sentenced by a

truant omcersr....!....-...

of ? antl taz...--?J'fz{t4 a\d t6?..>1/D!tNumbe_r of children arrested anat courtz.lh,Y*Number of school arid- age ce"trncat"" is.r;;;__&:_._

.24. Numbr of prlvate

schools tn the atistrict?.1ato:.4-No-ber of teachers employeal?..$ffinei-..5ra4*omen?..).!d>r4_*Number of puptls enrotled tn etementary grades (1st to At|) eov"r..........{-.-... Arrrsr.....\....... SJ"orrar"y Gradtes (gth to ,r;r;;-;;;_X_:__ cnkf...-.....h..... Colleg:e Gracles (1Bth to 16th):.....!A.......- Bovs?.......1.X-..... Girls?-.....*........... 26. Ilave you any tlepartmental teadn}c h-elow the hlgh schools?.-.:]4/fry.l.9{tf so, whlch years?. -.'-----------v--26a. Number of years of fttgh school work oggretl tn the followtng courses Acadlemlc (classical, scl'enflflc, etc.)..... Commerctal....A-.-Techntcal <u. r.{&t:&lnsrtcuttural L(#.@o sctence..fuormar........\.- vocauonal (uniter st&te Boaril).*

""ttc

(over)

f-

Enter in the following table the


tr,E!trENtrAay

28. SALARIES OF TEACHERS. number of teachere in day schools paid the difrerent annual ealaries.
SEcoNDARy

Me[ I
Less than
$200.--..--.-...--.....--.
$299----------.-..---$399.-.-------.---.-------.--

Women

to $300 to $400 to
$200 $500 $600

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

to

to $700 to $800 to $900 to


$1,000

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

$799..............-..... $899................ $999.............-..........-$1,099...........-............. $1,199.............-.......-...


.................1 .................

to $1,100 to

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TEACFIERS' ANNUAI. REPORT


. scFIoor.YEAR
fo tbe

OF 1920-t921

Teacher or Superintenalent: The State antl National authoritles neeil audl tlemantl &ll the alata, caUetl f, for ln thls report. You are telr(terlng:.a reDdering: a valueal service by al tenalering:.a -valiljat serv_lce blf a careful antl prompt fll_ling out o! each_ lte-m. tr'or common Bohools of gne teache& items wlth starred number3 servlce anal prompt flUlng Out Of each ltem. Common one teacher, c, Dnly a,re to -val'!?al - In schools of two or more t, a.re b fluecl. be flUecl. teachers the tiata, shoulal be collecteat by the Supeflntendent or Prtnctpal ana emnoai6a -in trne report. Two cople!, are to be filed sith-the Co Dne yit4rthe County Superlntendent withln one week aiter the closd of school. coples .1. Name of Scltool ... ', Illlaols Elementary. To be ltsteal as they are at tho close of the yeer before promotlon,
2nd

Yr.
Gids

3rd Yr.

athYr.
novu

oth-Yr.

Boys

Girls

Boye

Bom

arj
.ko

I
Seconalary (Eflgh)
9th Yr. Boys
10th

Ici"tu

I lflzl
Ghlr

l**

6thYr. l_ t"":_ lcirre lnovs loo* lFoy, lci"r" |

I leV

Yr.
Girls

Total
Boye

Grand Tot6l

------T-----Ghls

Boys

I --t
I

.2a. IIow many of the above were enrolleal thls year in some other dis[rict of this State before enrolllng ln thls
41istr1ct...............,.....,.........

4. Total
4a,.

days attendance of all pupils enrolletl

ln both

elementary antl high scboo1....................

Of au hlgh school puplls (above 8th gratle)..,.....

8, Number of hlgh school tultion pupils attenfllng thls L Superintendents who do no teachinC.-.......-...,...-......

.,.. Boys.......,.,...... GirIs................ fotaI..............,,


Men................, W'omen.......... TotaI......,.........

r10. Teachers antl princlpals who teach half time or more (lf more than one person has ta,ught in a
room count only the one teaching the longer part of the term).........,.,........ ..-.,- Men.....,.,,...,.,.. Tfomen...,.,.,.. TotaI......,.........
position's)..,....... Men........./-.... 'Wo-"n,......... totat......./-.....

t11. fotal number ol all teaching positions (sum of 9, 9a and 10) (show only the actual

.12.

Qua,liflcations of all teachers: (Give only hlghest Exaduation or attendance of each teacher a,t work

at
a,

enal

o! term. The total wiU not be


r,a,.rJJte.,iea

mgle sta.te Normat 'scnoa..........W.......? A rrtsn sc#o1.,...,...........................? oNhtgh school teachers: (Give only htgheYt graduation or attentlance of each teacher at work at encl of term. The total will not be more than No. 114, above). Number gratluates of a college anal State Normal Schoo1........,..... A College on1y,,....,.....,.

A Normal school only'..... a cotteee............ft*.............., A

.'. A four-vear rrlsh school ontv,.............'({..:1ffi....

rf not

gr"itat", b"; *;;

12a. Qualiffcations

ANormalSchoo1only.''.Afour-yearHtghschoolonly...'.................Ifnotagraduate,^howmaDyhavea,tten.le a' co11ege..,.....,,........................? A State Normal r1g. vacancies of teachers causetl by aeat*(-:f-PltOy reslsratlot'5lL{fi.*by chdnge for sprlng term*.,.7.af.7.*ota,1.....,..
w'omen, $..............................; Total. 5....m,..,,, Amount of anniral satary eatned by hieb school teachers only: nreo, 9..,Jffi...; (If a, position has been heldl by more than one person, glve as annual salary tho sum earnetl by all for the teacher holiling the posttion at end of term.) / tt'6',Numberofteachersco!trtbuttDgtotheIlllnotsStateTeaciers1Penslo[anclRetlrementFun.l..'.........'.'.'I.........''..'...,...,',
16a.

this year, $,......J........trfi\

.r_ o

Q.

tttctz,,.'',.'...',..',/.'....'.'...'..............'.'Puan"'''....'..,./,.'......'......Rentecl'.,roal,'.
1?a. Number of school houses ln ,the allstrlct useil by hlgh schools on1y..,..............,... t18. Number of slttlngs for stualy: (Double seats to be couDtecl as oDe slttlng) .........., r20. Glve length of service ln thls dlstrlct of teachers holtllng posltlons at close of school:

should equal that of No.

11.)

(Count pa,rt of a year as a

/ /l
12tl):

year. Total

i26.NumberofprlvateschoolslnthetlistrictA.Numberofteachersemptoyea..'.....A'....Men..''....X''...'..'.'*o;"o'..........
pupls enrolletl in elementary graites (1st to 8th):.
D2?. Promotion of

}YL

noVs............X"...-...,. G1r1s.,......

Secontlary Grattes (9th to

foys.....{/-............

cirls..........\...... Coltese crades (13th to 16th):........4......,. Boys.........A....... cr"r"...lS*...........

health: Number of

nurses a,ffected.........,..,,,n... N.umber

for phystcal ilefects or contagio;......4......,... Number found , by nurse or lnspecting om"."'....,.."......K..... I r


Number of puptts examlned
Number of chllalren not a,ttencling school between the ages of ? anal 14'...."'......l\...
placeat

of

homes vislteat

Promotionofatten.tance:Num,beroftruantofcersemployea....A.,.,......Iuen........K'.......women..'.......X'....Amountpattltruantofcers...............

ana fi........I............ Number

of chilalren arrestetl and


Commerclal..........-......

in chalge of teacfrer...'t.(,......, Number sentencetl by s, court......

Number of school anal age certlflcates issuea........,.....d......

29. Number of years of htgh school work offeretl ln the tollowing courses: Academlc (classlcal, sclentlflc, etc,)..........,.-..

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TBACHERS' ANNUAL RBPORT


SCHOOL YEAR, OE L92L.LS22

,fo the Teacher or Superlntenilent: The State a,ntl Natlonal authorltles neetl and alemand all the data, ca,Uett for In thls re!ort.. You.are renderlns a, valuetl servico by & careful anal prompt flllinB out of each ltem. For common schools of one teacher, ltems vr'lth atanred numbens collected by the Superlntendent _or onlf aie-to bA nlled. In scliools of two or more teacheis the data, ghoultl- .beone week after the clole of achool, PrlnclDal and embodleal ln oni report. Two coples a"re to be flted qltlt the County Superlntendent wlthln
f.-.,..,.......,,,,....;..County, nlinois LNlelnentary. To be listeat as tlrey are at tire close of the 1'sa1 before promotion.
4th Yr.
bl.h

Yr.
Girls

6th Yr. Glt'ls

?th Yr. Boys

8th Yr.

Totel
Boys I Girls

Boys lGlrls lBoys lGlrls

Boys

Glrls

B"v.TGl"l"

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.3e.I,engthofechoolyeerlnmonths.'...............,,,',,:|'.....'.,,'..'...

. af. Actual number of tlaye school was In sesslon....:.... . /,,{- Z*,^- --i, . - , , 4 -!school.........',,,,".',K-.'n...T-/-.t.f.'..;..;. . {, Total days attendancc ol all puplls enrolled tn lotn/etementary anal high school.........'...,".',2.'6..f-/tQ ln both/elementary and r 4a, Avenage dally attcndancc of all pupils enrolled in both elementary and hlgh school (See note below)....'...t....:.'1.-../.' / 4b. Total days attendance of all hlgh school puptls (above 8th grade)
(Note-The
datly attendance in a one-room school ts tound by dtvitltlC tho total tlays.attqntlancg bv.

w;:
of da]'s the

averaso !!19,nuntber teachers, roo-ms, or sciools wh6se recordsf-atterrclance sctrooi*ii aituarty tn-JeJdioi.-rn sciloois of two or moreo-f tle'unltslncomposlrg thg crou.p.- tr'or ex-ample:- qr-e-l(et)t !v session tlvo-:roon The t)rlncJpel of a, ii-ei-ai'eiiEe oiitv Lttlnoance ts ihe sum of .tlro averaEies qt tte prtnc-ipal of a slhool cohtalnins several rooms Vhose work tw.o rooms. Th! s-c-io;i-s-hoiildinlei ii--tteiir-+i.-ttiJJurii-oitiie aygiae%J ii6i-u-iies--ih!-efdiif-ei'da?,-j'Ina a i,ieh;;cno-oiirrouta eiter-tn item la the s,um or firg qrierages of the grade rgo-ms antl- of -the hlah- scJrogl, the varlous frir6-Jupeii-"teii"oent-oi a-cilisisieil ot chools should enter ln ite m 4a the sum of the averages of the a,verage rvarcl schools -a4al of- t}.e for his school founal bv niin-eciijof. tnepriiclpii-6tta-ctr-iviiaichoolandttreprinclpalof eactr hls-h school should report groups composing the school.)

ii?ttins the avEiasas ot the varlous rooms or sesslon

"t0.

Teaclrers and prlncipels lvho teach

half time or more (if more tban one person has taught ln o -

i-

........-

Total.""'/-"""

.tl.1.otalnumberofauteacIllngDosItions(8umof9,9a,an.l10)(sho.tvonlytheactualpositlons).'.'....Men'.../-

.t2. euallfications of all teachers: (Give only hlghest gradluation or attendance of

each teacher

at work at

end of

term. The total 'vlll not

be

lza, eunllflcations of high school teachers: (Give only highest graduatlon or attentlance of each teacher at lvorl( at entl of term. The total lvlll

notbemorethanNo.11aabovo.)Numbergraduatesofacollegean.lstateNormalSchool.......'........Acollege

.rg.

;" d""tt,,flt.At.. by vacancie" or tuo"i,.r* "o;;;t t15, Amount of annual salaly earneal
(If
a, Trosition

resisnatl

"\.1n4Ar.-.

by chanse for sprins term..'..V-av34otdt*'..Wt34dA

/.,3n""

"""""""""

at entl of term.) .16.Numberofteach9rscontrjbutingtot1reIlltnotsstateTeacher8'Penslonan.lRetirementFun........'...


thls year, l'..'i.,/-'.O."...4..H-."..'....".

lras been hetd by mole tban one person, glve as annual salary the sum earned by atl for the teacher holding the posltion

agl?q

equal that of No. 11')

College Grades (13th to 16th: Boys....'.....'...'..... Girls...'.'.'.'.',.......

.Number of pupils examtneal for physicat tlelects or contag:ton...,..t..{-...,., Number found alfectetl
nurae or lnspectlng offlcer.'...'....'........'..'...'..

...'14H!\. Number of homes vistteat

bv

promogon of attenilance: Number ot truant olflcers emp1oye4..,1.....,..... }fen..!LCfA{ Women.....h.- $mount palal truant offlcers $......,....'........ Number of chilalren arrestetl anal Number of chlldren not attendtirg school between the ages of ? and 1i1.,..,,...,,........... 14 anil 16

29. Number of years of high school worh oflered in (IMPORTANT-TIfo ltems to be fllled are on back of this sheet.)\

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L4, SATARIES OT'TEACEER,8, . .. .. Enter in the following table the number of teachers in day schools paid
Elementary
Salarles
Seconalary
IUen

the dureten! annuat sal&nes.


Secondary

..;;

lVomen

rten

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


$200 $300 $400

to
to

$299....-..-...-....--. $399......-...-....-. $499................-.. $599........-..-..-.. $699....--.......-..$799.-.-..........--. $899.-...........--.-... $999-......

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


$1,100

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

to $1,199.---.--...-..

Total (same as ftem

11)....1

58, SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. (a) Dist. No......1..6.-....; (b) Number of Districts consolidat"a....Jl.&........; (c) Are the grade school puBils atl "t ollebuil.ling?:144Q!/-..........Ifnot,inhowmanybuildings?.....(d)Areainsquaremiles................--....'.|
ofteaclrers:EIl6mentar.y.............L................,HighSchool......|/.(1

assembled in

Il

a/t -,

' vehlcles...

....; Aanual cost of traDsportation


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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scEooL YEAR,
1922-1923
To tho Teacher or .Suqerlntenalent-: The State anil Natlonal au-thortttea neeal arotl demantt aJI the clata calleal for ln thls report, You are reutle?ing-a v?luabl-aerv-ice-bv a.careful ancl prom-pt fllling out of-eaql! ltem. Foi,co;Eon-scfiots oi-ontilachir, tlltnii-wiitr it-ir-rei nu-irers-ontv-aie to be ftlle.l. rn schools or two or more teachers th; ttab slould $ ;brte;te-,r -tf-th; sii,;i;TeitinT oi piinciiiiii-ana 'eiiiroililii'in one rCporr. - Two copies are to be filed. wtth therco/unty superlntendent wtthtn one week aiferiud-ctol6.-iri';cii;i:- -' ,

"'

Elementary
'

A[?s& Enrollment Note: All whosd.names have been enr_olletl tlurlng the year sho(ld be ieported year before promotlon, or at the ttmd they may have lett tEe-Eisirici.---

classlfleal as they are

at the close of the

il ol olo lil / lt.l


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su,v".

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?th Yr.

8th

Yr.

Seconalary (Hlgh)-(See note after ,,Iinrollment" above).

lo ls Io I r lplo

Io

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ll
I

lothYr. |
Boys

llthYr.
Boys

(Dlem. enal llisih)

Gr&nal Tota,l

Boys

Girls

I cirls I

Girls

'

2a.

Ifow many of the above were enrolleil thls year ln som other dlitrlct of thls Bta,te before eov"--.?,--.crrrs......f ......rotrr....J......

| 3e. Irength of school year ln monthg..................8.-paf*X. r 3f. Actuaf number of atreys 6uuwr was ra !es5lu!..--*-:r--r'-,I."--.-LJE scbool w4F ln session......... ....../.....A-.....1............. "''*-:t^-'f"-*'"''"'"'

t 4 II I hd?/ | 4. Total days attendance of aU puplls enrolletl tn both elehentary antt high school ........-...{,..,1...,.A..n.... t 4a, Average dally attendance of all pupils enrolletl in both elementary antl hlgh school (See note below 4b. Total day8 attendance o! all hlgh school pupils (above 8th graale)
s-chool was ac-tually in Ee8sion. In schools of two or more roomg, or ln gchools whose th-d ayerage- tlaily attendance ls the sum of the averages of the-unlts conposlng the

i*7.7.7

. (\tot+-The

average dally attendancg ln_ g one-room scbool ls found_by_dividlng the total days attenalance by the number ot alays the records of a,ttendanco are kept by session tedchers,

. ' r 6.

sclrool should enter in item 4a the sum of the averageb of the two rooms, The principal of a school contalnine seieral iooms whose work in_cluales ths'eiC_ht gra-tles a,nd a high school shoultl enter ln item 4a tbe sum of -the averages of the gratle roo-ms anal of tle Uiin icnoot. The superintendent ot a city sygtem of achools Bhoultl enter ln ltem 4a the Bum of thd tveraces oflhe varlous nartt schools a"ntl of the hlcf.l schgol. Th princlqal of each ward gchool antl the prlncipal of - each_ hlgh_ school shoultl ieport tb.e &verage for hls sbhool founrl .by addlng tho averages of the various rooms or session groupg composing the Echool.) Number of eighth grade grailuates or promot1ons.,.........,.,....,....,.
giratluates....-...-.-.,.-..--.,..........,. 8oys.........,...... Gir1s..............., Tota.l,,..............

Eroup. tr'or example: tne pilncipai irf a two-iooni

?. Number of higih school

r10. Teachers antl princlpals who teach half tim or more (lf more than one person has taught in
room count only the one teachlng at the enal of the term).,.. ' rU. Total number of all teaching posltlons (sum of 9, 9a, ancl 10) (show only the

a
W'om6tr.......... totat....../-.......

'Women..,,...,.. r:otal...../-...,... actual posltlons)....,......,.. 11a. Total number oI high school teaching positlons (show only th actual positlons) Men...,..............'Women.......... Total....,..,........ '12. Qualiflcations of all teachers: (Give only highest gratluation or attebalance of each teacher at work at entl of term. .The total will not be

moretha.uNo.11above).NumbergTaduategofaCollegeautlstatoNormal$qhooI......,''...''.'...,......................Acouegeonly...'..'9...-..(....'...'.

A Normal School only......2k...


12a. Qualiflcations

A Four-year Htsh school orttv,........!!,.fl*.......... rf not a gxaaluate, how many h#


ea.ch teachor

attendea

of hlgh school teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attenalance of

at work at end o! term. The total will

not be more than 11a abovd.) Number

Normal

at end of term.) 15a. Amount ol annual salary earnetl by high school te'achers only: 116. Number ol teachere con{ributlng to th nnnol8 Stato Teachers' _,
thts year, $......,...........J:-

(If a position

h,as been helcl

by more than one petson, glve as annual salary the sum earnetl by all for the teacher holding the position

t17. NumbeT oi all public school houses in the

a1istrtct..........,...

equa.l

that of No. 11.)

.21.

r A

etrroued

College Grattes (13tI


.27. Promotlon

to 16th): 8oys.....,....,..,,,....,...Girle..,....,......,,..,...o! bealth: Number o! nurseg employed....i.f.k&.,.pnyarc1mrr",..W,.**^ount ps,td nurses g.....,...........,.... physlclans g..............-..-Number ol puplls examlned lor phystcal itefects or conta,glon.Ll.C#kkYumber founal arettea...,-Y!#Ssumber ot homes vlsltedl by Durs6 or lnspectlng ofi1cer....,.,............. /

Promotlon

29,

Number of cbiltlren not attencllng school betweeb tbe ages of ? anal t+.,....(1,k.,.,.t4 and ::6..,(d*-.,,Number ol cblldren arresteal anat placetl ln charge ot teacher..(L1&4n.Number sentencetl by a court...J11k*N-umbe! ol school anal age certtflc.teg lssud..........,............. Number ol years of hlgih Echool work offered ln the foloTglng courses: Academtc (classical, sclentlflc, etc.)....,...,.,.........Commerc1a1.....

(IMPORTANI-TFo ltenF to bd fllld are (ovrlR)

oD back

of thl8 sbeL)

14.

SALARTES OF TEACEERS.
Secondlary

Enter in the following table the number of teachers in day schools paid. the different annual salaries.
'V9'omen

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

$1,200

to $1,299.-.---...-.--. to

$200to
$300

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

$1,300 to $1,399.---.........--.--.
$1,400
$1,499--.--..--

to to to
to

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

$400to $49e.-.----..-....:..... $600to $599-.-..........-......


$600
$699----.-..

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

to $1,699--.-...-..---. $1,700 to $1,799..-.$1,600 $1,800 to $1,899.---$1, 9,9.0.

$700to $800to
$900

$Zss.-.........-.

$899.-.-.-.*.:..-.
$999..

t!

$1,_9-99.....--.-...-.

$2,000 to $2,499---..

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

-;-.----

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

to $2,999.---.-.-.-..-. $3,000 and over---..-.-.-...


$2,600

Total

58. SPEC]AL
(a) Dist.
No........-.....-.-...;

REPORT
J

IF A

CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL.

(b) Number of Districts

congolidated

; (c) Are the gratle school pupils all assembled

in

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

ol lts cogt

shoulal be countetl as

Annual cost of transportation $...........-..... a Bart ol the annual cost of transportation.)

(Note:

It

vehicle

is

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by the ctistrict,

one-fltth

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TEACFIERS' ANNUA,X. REFORT


scHool- YEAR
tg2g-t924
and Nattonal autborlttes neetl anal alemanal all the qg,Ea cs,lleil for tD tbls rport, Y You a.l.o es need &nd demano &!r tne itats ca,lleo ror rlr urrs To the Teacher br Superlntendent: Tho Sts,te prompt fllllng out of ea,cL ltm. For common schoolg of ono tacher, ltems rvlth Irtsnre{t acL rentlortng a va,luable sorvice by a careful and he Prlnclpal Prlnclpa,l arld lumbers-only are to be fllleil. In schools of tlro or rhor teachers the data Bbould b collectetl by the Superlntenalent or Prlnclp aperlrrtendent emboilledl ln bne rpolt. Tso,cqDles are to be Alcd with the ColrrtJr B8pedrltondetlt wlthlD one soel aftef tho cloEe ol school. lho close

. 1.

School

Nam

Atl Enrollrient Note: All whose names have been enrolletl durlng the year should rrollrient may the yoar before promotlon, cr st the tlme they may have left the iustaloL
.

be

antl

as they are

; Illlnols. at tho close ol

El6mntary
Klndergarten

lst Yr.
BovBTGtrts

2nd Yr.

Srtl

Yr.
1

4th Yr.

6tb Yr.

6tbYr.

?tb Yn

8ilr Yn Boys

.2.=

F
&

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Boys Glrle

lo
I

9-

tl

etrts Boys Glrls

6
above).

Glrls Boys Glrls Boys Glrls

/6

Secontlary (Hleh)-(See note

after "tnrollment"

-ao1s

Grantl Total

2a-

Ifow many of the above were enrolled thls yea! ln some othr allBtrlct of thls stato before
enrolllng ln this
allstrlct..----..----

. 3e. T,ongth of scbool year !n mo\ths...-..*---Y-.i/k#-:--*;.-.-. 3f. Aolnal number of days school was ln sesslon---.--- -----L-ff-.t-----------.. . 4. ,Iotal al&ys atteratarce of all pupils enrolleal in both elementary anal hiSih school... . 4a- Averago alauy a,tterdaace of all puplls enrolletl tn both elementary ancl hlgh school

Boys....J....... Glr1s.....2....... Total-.... {---'-

a'/

(See note below 4c)

(Note-The &vs!ag'e Oelly otteral,ucs_ln a one-room school ls founal by allv-laltng th6 total days a,ttonalance by th6 number of atays the school 'was actually ln sesslon. In schoola of two or moro roomsj or In schools whoso lecorals o! &ttendance are kept by sesslon ieachers, th average dally attentlance ls the sum of the averages of tho unlts composlng th group. For examplo: Tbo prlncipal ol a two-room school sbould enter ln item 4a the sum ol the averages of the two rooms. The princlpal of a school conta,lnlng severa,l rooms whose work lncludes tho elght grades anal a. hlgb sehool ahould enter In ltem ,la the sum of the avrages of th grade rooms and, a clty system o! schools shoulal entr lD ltem 4e th6 sum of th averagee o! the varloug of the htgh school. The supcrlntenalent of prlnclpal of _each wa.rtl school and tho_prlncipal of each hlgl| Bchool -houlrl report the ward schools antl of tbe high -school-.. The aver&ge for hls school founal by adtllng tho a,verags of the va,rlous rooms or session groups compostn8i-tho school.)

fr

. 6, 7. 8. 9.

Number of elementary tultton puplls attendlng thls school----Number of htgh school 8:raalua,tes.-.----.....-..-.-..Number of htgh school tultlon puplls attentltng thls school---------.---Superlntenilents who ilo no teachlng---------------

l,ovs:I&h!--antx.?-ly'zs9-troatTll,#
Boys................ Glr1s................ Total............_ Men-.......-.....-...'Women.-.......- Total.......-..._...

.L2.

Quali.flcatlons

a,ttentlance of each teacher at work a,t enal of term. The total wfll not be more thatr No. 11 above). ${umber graduates of a Collog antl St?t Normal School....-...-.----..-....--....A Collgo only-..-----..-.-.--.-...--.. Number graduates or Q-o1I6g and st+t tr'our-year Illgh scaoot ontv-.tr(k If no.9 a only A Normal school only.l L--tl*91**--- A n'our-year Etsh Scbool only-..YtAx..-----.------- rf not' a graduate,- ho)v many ha1'e attndett S-chool only.Llk-!ffite--

of all teachrs: (Glve only htghest gratluatlon or

or s,ttend.ancs of eacb tea.ch.or a,t work at endl of term. lfho hlgh school teachers: (Give only hlghest rno"" than 11a, above.) Number graduatesuof a College andl State Normal School....---.--.--....-- A goltege on1y........----....--. b" total wlU A tr'our-year Iltgh School only rf not a gratluate, how many have attentled A Normal School only ..? A State Normal School..----.-..-.-..-.--.-.--.----.----.-? A Ilteih School-.----*-----.......--.-.-........? a College----.-.. r18. Yacancles of teachers causecl by- tleath...--O----- bv restSatigl-.4--u" change tor sprlng t""ro.-.-.D-...-.-rotat..-..-..--.i: O
ooY

'1 n Tlta ,t/^ - J ' o.co||eee..-.afu.............?AStateNormals.loot.....h-&*==....-J','gtsnscnoo|M.#

.16.Amountofa'rnua1salaryearnedbyal1teacher",-'";5-...7-0_Q__^-.,.womeD,$-..-.--....-...--....-..-.-...Total, (If.a. posttlon -has been treltt by more thau one persof;, glVe as annus,l salary tho sum earneil by all tor the teacher hola[ngi thc posltlon at nal ot tetnrt.) .$ r 16a. Amount of annual salary earnetl by hlgh school teachers only: Men' 9------.----.--------; 'Women, .--; Total, $-.------....---------; Amount contrlbuteil tbls year, S.^J-.-'.-....--.------.----.--.--n -<

.20. Gtvo lenEith of

servlce

I' II
equal that of No. 11.)
.21,

.29. Number of prlvate schools ln the altstrlct-@------.--.Nrrrnbef of teacherTemolovett.--.--Q---.--*"rr-------.0..--..*l*""-.-.....0.-----..fo-ber of puplts eDrolled ln elemntary giratles (1st to sth): Boys.....l..U.--- Glrls.-.-.-.L..-..- Seconclary Gratles (9th to 12th): Boys..-..-.--.-....-Glrls.College Graales (13th to 16tb): aaa Promotlon of health: Number of nurses emptoyed-.---.-d-..---Phystcians-.----.---0--.*oont pa,lal nurses g-----.O-....-..- physlcians $...-...-D--Number of puplls xamlned. for phyElcal alelects or contagloL.-.1--li-...-.---:.l"mber found afiecteal--.----e*-----.Number of lomes vlsltd by nurse or lnspectlng ofrcer.--.--.------Q.--.. Promotlon of ettenilance: Number of truant oflicers employed--.--0-.----fuen--.--.-.-.-9---'W'omen.-----..-rCA-orrrra palal truant offIcerg $.--.--A-Number o! chilttren Dot attetrtling school between th &ges of ? antl f*..-----[---------.f4 and 10-..---$-...-.Numbor ot chilclren placetl in charge of ."""n""------b:-.:-;;;;; by s, court--.-----.-S--....Numter or echool-an.t aE: ceruflc"."" ,""":;::-F:ry. ""ntonce.t t9. Number of years ot htgh school work offereal ln tho followlng coursos: Academlc (classlcal, sclentlflc, etc.).------.......Commerclal-..-._._ rechnrc&r (on' r')""'."""--"fiiii'JHfih;l;3:ilH$","*;1"1ift;-;;;;;T::fX'ffi;;';1ff"'tonar (un'rer State Boarc'i)'

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L4. SALARIES OI' TEACHERS.


Enter in the following table the number of teachers

in

<iay schools paid the different annual salaries.

$1,200 to

$1,299_--_.-......_-..

$200 $300

to

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

$1,300 to $1,999.
$1,400 $1,500 $1,600 $1,700 $1,800 $1,900
$2 500

to $400 to $500 to $600 to


to $800 to $900 to
$700

$399..-.-.-.-...-.
$499----..-.-.-.-.--$599.-...-.-.-.-.----

$699-....-...---.....
$?99----.....-..--

$899.-........-.-.
$999---...-.-.-.-----

to $1,499.-.--..---. to $1,599-_.. to $1,699.-.. to $1,799--.to $1,899..-.-......to $1,999._-_._...._. to


$2,999.__..._.-_...

to $1,100 to
$1,000

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

$8,000

and

over---11)

Total (same as Item

'\\'

I
.-.

58. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED

SCHOOL.

(a)Dist'No'..............-..-..;(b)NumberofDistrictsconsoli.latetl......-.........-.............-.........;(c)Arethegratleschoolpupilsallassembletl
one

builtling?

of teachers:

If not, in how many bulldings?.........--....-.. (d) Area in square m Elementary--. -.; High School..-.....---..-.....--....--...--; (f) Number of stutlents. Elementary

(e) Number ...; High

vehicles.-...-....-.-..-.-......---..---;

Annual cost of transportation

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

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

Ite cost shoulal be countetl as a Dart of ttre annual eost of transportation')

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR t924.rs25
To the Teacher or Superintendent: The State antl National authorltles Ineecl anal tlemantl all the alata calletl for ln thls report. You. are thorltles renderlng a, rentlering a valuable service by a, careful antl prompt nlllng out of,, ea servlce caretul and flUlng of each item. For common schools o! one teacher. ltems wlth starred each numbers only are to be flUeaL In schools of trvo or more teachers thb clata shoultl be collecteal by the Superlntentteirt or Prlnclpal antl flers clata Superlntenilent embotlietl in one reJprt. Two qoples Pre to be filed with the County SuDeri &re Superintendent within one week after the close of school. . 1. Name o! School R::.': county, ote: All whose names h&ve been enrolled clurlng tfle year shoutd be reporteal and classlfletl as they a,re at the cl6deurrnors. of tbe r promotlon, or at the tlme they may have left tho dlstrlct.

-/--L-

Secontlary (Hieh)-(See note

after "Elnrollment"
12th Yr.

above).

10t! Yr.
Boys

l1th Yr.

Grand Totel (I}lem. ard lllgh) Boys

Glrls

+ 2a.

Length of school year ln months.-cX4:13==--3f. Actual number of ilays school was tn ,...too-A?A----?.r 4. Total days attondance of &ll puplls enrolletl tn both elementary aud hleb | 4a. Averago dally attendanco ot all pupils enrolletl ln both lemeutary antl htgh echool (See note below $J-J:--:. 4b. Total days attendance ol all hlgh school pupils (above 8th $aile) 4c, Averago dally attendance of all hlgh school puplls (above 8th gracle) (See notd below)__(Note-Jhe averago daily attendanco ln a one-room achool ls fountl by divldlng the total alays attendanco by tJIe number of alays tlle school was actually in session. In schools of two or mor rooms, or in schools whose recortls of attenalance are kept by gesslon teachers, the average alaily attendance ls the sum of the averages of the units composlug the group. For exa,mple: Tbe princlpal of a two-room school should enter in item 4a the sum of the averaBes of th two rooms. The principal of a school contalning geveral rooms wbose work lncluales the eight gratles antl a, higb school shoultl enter in ltem 4a the sum of tbe averages of the eiraale rooms and of the hlgh school. The superintentlent of a city system of schools shoulcl enter ln ltem {a the Bum of tbe averages of the varlous 'walal schools andl of the hlgh school, The principal of each wa,rtl school ancl the prlncipal of each high school shoulil report the average for hl8 scbool tound by aalalingi tJl averages of tho various rooms or sesslon groups composlng the school.) r6, Numbor of elahtb graale gratluates or promotlons------.--goys--/--- Gffs---:9---- TotaL+--r6. Number of elementary tultlon puplls atteniliDg this Boys--L- ct"ts--:3._ rotat-13-3e.

| |

Ilow many of the abov wero enrolled thls year ln enrolling ln thls dlistrlct--r-

aome other district of thls state before

sov"---!---

Grrls-g totat-*b--

7. Number of htgh school gEailuates.-----------8. Number of blgh school tuitlon puplls atteuallng thls school9.Superlntentlonts.whotlo!oteachlns-.-.--_-._._._ r10. Teachers
f

---- Boys----- Glrls--Boys----- Glrl8_trlten--'Women-

Total--Total-Total-

9a: Prlnclpals- aual -Supervlsors who teach less than hall anal prlnclpals who teach half tlme or mor

(lf

more thau one person has ta,ught lrt a

/ room count only the oDe teachlng at the endl o! tho rrten -/--'women --2--. rot t .' 'Women -.-.- totat-/11. Total number of all teachlng posttlous (sum of 9, 9a, anal 10) (show only the actual posltlons) Uen J------11a, Total number of hlgh school teachlng Bositions (show only the actual posltlons) :- Men Women Total---+12. Quau0cations of all teacbers: (Glve only highest gratluatlon or attenilance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total wlll Dot bo more than IYo. 11 above). Number graatuatE of a, Collego and State Normal ScUoot.-----?-----A College'oDly---D-A Normal School oDly--- D ---A 3'our-year 11lgh School onty--------./If not a, gratluate, 1ow many he,ve attenaletl Normal ? A State ----? A lligh School 12a. Qualiflcatlons of blgh school teachers: (Glve only bighest graduation or atteuilance of eacb teacher at work at eDtl of term. Tbe total 'will not be more than 11a above.) Number Eiraaluates of a Colle8i antl State Normal School.-------- A Colleg oDlyA Normal School oDly, A Four-yar lllgh School oDly If aot a, graduate, horr ma,uy have attndeal a Colleg ? A State Normal School A IIIgh School

-O" --tot"t-.16.Amountofannua|salaryearneilt"'ut"."n""J.-""''-]t*aE}=women,'....-.---:-:-;;;;-H--.? (If a posltton has been held by more thau one person, glve as annual salary tbe sum earnetl by all for tbe teachr holtllng the posltloD at end of term,) Total, l.----16a. Amount of annual salary earnetl by hlgh school teachers only: Men, g--------; Women, 9.----_--; .16. Number or teaclgls,{captributlng to the lllinots State Teachers' Penslou anat Rettrement funa.--- / --; Amount contrlbutetl
tlrrs year,

.13. Vacancles of teachers causetl by tleatb----D-by restgnatlon

D,a

change

for sprlng term,-D

.1?. Number of all publlc

i-L{#-

school houses

1?a, Number of school bouses ln the .18. NuPber of slttings for studly: (A /-v

equal that of No. 11.) t24, Number of volumes ln llbrary excluslve


.26.

. ?'A to be countetl gs one sltting) -.20..Gtveleuethofserviceinthisdistrictofteachershol.llngBosltlonsatcloseofgchool:1yr'___4---2yr8.7 8lrr8.-----._3yrs.---_--4yrs.------6yrs.------6yrs.-14 yrs.--__15 yrg,-10 yrB,---_11 yrs.---12 yrs.._------13 yr8.-----1? yrs.-----18 yrs.-.------------ 19 yrs,20 yrs. or mor-------_--(Gount part of a year as
alouble seat

'1 , ----tlistrlct useil by hlgh schools only


in th6 tllstrlct

--

Public_--- --l- ---

Rented-P---- totat

9yrs.-yrs.-a, year. Total Bbould


16

ur..-.-Sl-Dof supplementary reailttrg books for "lrr, - ls ln the alistdct--0.--J.Iumber of teach-ers employeal.------a-Men- D wo."rr-b-----lvumber of puplls Number oi distrlct--lz-}\ ,prlvate schools i\ enrolledl tD elemeatary grattes (1at to 8th): Boys---' GlrlsGtrls-I---_ Secontlary Gratles (9th to 12th): Boys.-College Gratles (13th to 16th): Boys--Glrle.2?. Promotton of bealth: Number of nurses employetl.--q-Phyetctans- g -----Amount palal nurses 9-_9---- Pbyglctans f-Z Number of puplls examtneal for physlcat defects or contagton---'C.-:,f"mber found afiectea-!(---Number of homes vlslted by lrurse or Inspectlng omcer---D--\. 'Wometr.-------Amount pettl truaat oEcers f Y Promotlou of attelalence3 Number of truant ofrcers emptoyea-?--Uen of chlltlren aEested anal aud 16--- 9 Number of chllalren not atteDaltng school between tl. e ages of ? antt U--D--fa --llumber placetl ln charg of teacner---b----Number sentenceal by a court-------D---N,r-ber of school andl ag certlflcates tesued. D 29. Number of years of hlgh school work ofireil lu tJle followlug courses: Acaalemlc (classlcal, sclentlflc, etc.)--Commerclal(un'Ier state Boar'r)--recbnrcar (M' r')-----'-"*t<1"J!"5$an -r=*:is:li:;"1?Tiiaa;;n[?l?"lrtii, ,;;;Iocauoner n
(ovER)

SALARIES OF TEACHERS. Enter in the following'table thb number of teachersinddyschoolspaidthe.differentannualsalaries. Elementary Seconalary Elementary ' Seconclary

tA.

to $1,299........... 11300 to $1,399.. ,400 to $11499..............


l,2OO

$500 $600

to to $700 to

$599.......... $699....... $799.......

1,700 to $1,799..............!

,800 to $11899........ 1,900 to' $1,999..........

to $1,O99..............1............. $1,100 to $1,199..............1.........


$1,O00

and over
Total (lame ar ltem 11).... .f

58. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL.

(a)Dtst.Ng...---.-..--....-;(b)NumberofDistrict$consolidatecl................;(c)Arethegradeschoolpupils'

School.:......-.........-...........';

(S) Check Vocational Subjects taught; Agrlculture...

.-.....; Manual Training.......-

.....-...., Sew-

vehicles..................................;Annua1costoftransBortation$....'............................:..(Note:Ifvehic1eisownedbytheClistrict,

its cost sbould bo countetl as a part of the aunual

cost

of transBortation.)

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ra@

TEACHERS'ANN{-IAL REPORT
scHooL YEAR :t925-t926
To -thc Teachor or Superlntendent: Tho stlto and Natlonal authorltles need anal dcmanat all tho data calted tor tn thla reDort. You ara lenderlng a- v&luable aervlco by a careful and prompt fllllng out of each item. tr'or cornmon achools ol ono teaclter, ltoms s'lth starrcd -In schoolg of trvo- or rhore teachers the d&ta should be numbc_ra_ o-nly are to bo nlled. collected by the Superlnterrr.leit or PrllrclDal an'd omDodled In ono rport, Two coples aro to flled wlth tho County Supcrlntendent wlthln ono week alter tho close ot cchool

. l.

Name ot
School

Elementaiy
I

,/.-.( tnrollr rollment: (ll\[d ;i-IiT?ft;6;; ffi;-ii;;i;-i;;;;6i[?f 'a dffi ;.'ii;; i;;?-idi; year belore promotlon, or at the tlm they may trave left thc dlrtrict.

,/--t#4zk-1=.L-.7.4

Dtst. / No, No. ,!.--(P--

fled as they are

at tho

close

, IIl|nolt. of th.

-l
.3,;
L

I I
I

-'l'"-l TTT
9th Yr.
10th Yn

Secondary (}rlgh)-(See not after "Enrollment"

TrFrul "=-lT "r r"' 1'-'- l-T'|

H=i

above).

:7

lZ

llth Yr.
lJoys

13th

Yn

Total

Eor;TeFis

EoJ'sTeliii
I I

. . . . . .

8a,

IIow many of the above nrere enrolletl thls year lD aome othcr dlstrict of thls stato

before

r,o"u-A..... ctrrs..---l-nrolllng ln thlE al 8c. IJength ol school year ln months.........-.-.--..-. El. Actual number of alay! school rFas ln Eosslon.--................ 88. Number of alays when fewer than 6 puptls lver present.. -.......:1fu1^ uqte 4. Totar days attendancc of atl puplls enroltetl tn both elementary ""u il;;;;" ,r....-/-.A.-f-l r erqt {a- Averagc dally attendanco of all puplts enrolletl ln both elementary antl hlgh school (See noto below aQ.--"1.-........, {b. Total days attendanco of all hlgih school Duplls (abovo 8th Eiraale)....-.

Tot8L.3---

(Nirte-The average dally attndance ln-o oile-room school ls found by d.lvldltlg the -tol&l dal's- attendance by the number of dayt the school rva.s a.ctually ln sesslon. ln schools of trvo or more r(x)tns, or ln achools rrhose recordg of flltendnnce ar kept by aeeelon teachers, the averago dnlly Rttendance ls. the sunr of -the averages of -the unlts composlng the group. l|or e.sarnple: The princlpal ol - a t$'o-room school should enter ln ltem .la the sgm of- the uverages of tho trvo roonrs. The princlpal o( a school cont&lnlng s'eveml rooms $hose work lncludes the elght grades and a hlgh Bchool should enter In ltetn .la the sum ot the averages ot the grude r6oms and of the hlgh school. l'he suDerlntendent of a clty system of schools should enter In ltem 4a the sum of tho averagea of the varlous ward schools nnd of thg hlgh--school, The prlncln-al_of each rvard school snd the prlnclpnl of e:rch hlgh school'should reDort tho a,vorage for hls school lound by addlng the averages ol tho various rooms or aesslon groups composltrg th schoul.) . 6.- Number of etghth graale Sratluates or promotlons...........-.....--...-..-.....-. soy".....3-... ctrrs.---/.--.- Totat-..r7...-

r 0. Number ot etementary tultlon

Dupus attendrng

thls

school....-...-.........

8oys...........:..

Gf

rts.-............ Total..............

9a. Prlnclpals anal-Supervlsors who.teach"less-than

half

11me..............-....

Men....--..---. Women-....... Total--..--*one person has taught

.10, Teachers

anal prlnclpals who teach

half tlme or mor6 (lf mor6 than

ln

rl

.11. Total .12,

numben

o! all teaclrtng posltlons (sum of 9, 9a, and 10) (show only th6 actual poslttons)----.... Itlen.......!.-.....- TVomen-..-... Total..J---

Quallflcatlons of all teachers, (Total not to exceecl total of ltem 11.) Number o! graduates of Collego ancl State Normal School.--..............-.;

colleaeonty....................;NormalSchoolonl!'.....:'.--....*..iGratluatesot.l1:carIIlghschoolan.lattended.
2 years.-.................., College or Normal School 1 year-...-.-,...-..-....., nelther CoUege nor Normal Sctroot.....{*-.......i Attencleal one ]'ear......... two years..-.... three years.-...
12a-

lllgh

School oDly

Quallncatlons of.Hlgh School teachers. (Total not

to esceed total ot ltem 11a) Number of graaluates ol Cotlege anal Stato Norln&l school............-.......;collegoonIy....................;Normalschoolon|y....;Gro.luatesot4yearht8hschoolan.la'tten.led College trvo ]'ears, Collego oi Normel School one year...................., netther College nor Normal Schoo1...........--.--.-; At. years...-.-tentlecl Hlgh School only three

years.....

two years.......

one year.......-.-...-.....-,

(lf.a posltlon has been held by more than ono person, glve aa annual nt end ot term.)
.16. Number ot
teacher-s c-ontrlbutlng

aala.ry lho suln eurned by

all tor the teacheF holtllng the posltloo


contrrbuted

to tho Illlnols State Teachers' Penslon and netlrement Funa1........--.../..-*aH^----.---.; Amount

thrs year, g-.-'f.-#:=------.-c18. Number of stttlngs tor Btuaty: (A doubte Beat to be counteal as one

slttlngl

---.----3-..-e-

-.20.-Gti.elengtii-of-bervtcdin'ttrt!.otstrtcdi'ftedchers'hbldtneposlttonsirtctoia.olschoot:

.24. Number
.26.

equal that of No. 11.)

of volumes ln ltbrary

excluslvo

ot

Bupplementary reaatlng books for class use ...O..-.------.----

enrolletl|nelementary8ratles(1stto8th):Boy9........----....Glrls....................Soconfla Colleg6 Gratles (13th to 16th): 8oys......-.-.......... Ctr1s............-..-....

.3?, Promotlon of heelth: Number of nurses employecl..-.-----...--.-physlcla Number ol puplls examlneal for phyelcal delects or contaglon..---............-.-...Number by nurse or lnspcctlng omcer...-......--..-----.-..

palcl nurses $..-.-..--.---.....-.-- physlctans t-...-......--.--. founal afiecteil-..-...-..........-.-.--Number of bomos vlslted

'

Promotlono'attendance:Numberottruantof|cersemployetI........-.......1uen........--.....Worien..-.....--....-A'mountpattru0nt Number of chlltlreD Dot ettcndlng Bchool botween the &ges ot 7 anal 14..-..--.-.---...-.1{ anal 16.----...-........-.Number
Dlaced

of chlldren

arresteal

a.Ed

ot teacher-...-..--.----Number Bentenceal by a court.....-.....-...-...--Number of achool enal age certlncates lssu6al-...-......:.-.-.-.* t3. Number of year! of htgb school work offereal ln the lollowlng courscs: ' Acaatemlc (clasrlcal, lclnttnc, etc,)-**.-.Commerclal.--.-. : ----

ln

charEio

(IIIPORTA-}IT-S!! ltems to be nlletl a.ro oD back ot thl! shoct.) (ovER)

Enter in the folowin! table the number of teachers in day schools paid the diferent annusl
Woye.n

t4. gar"&REs QF TEACEERS )'

sa,laries.
Sscontlery

$400

to

: $499.................... ., ..........-.....

lii

iit_
I I

g?00to
$e00

g?ee-..-.............

ggooto$8ee..... - :: =:;-'----- :;;'-=-

i I I
!'
r

to

$eee......................

i:-'j-

I i . i"":.. I...-. 1*'--= - ' '-i


'i

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

...

| -

Total (same as Item

11)......

68. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. ' .-; (c) Are the grade Pvsvv- puBilg 9.. assombled ln (a) Dlst. No..---.-.---.-i (b) Number ol Dlstrlcte consolldateal-* sll school !sy-s (d) Aroa ln square mlleg----....---..-..-...--; (e) Nurnber one builcling?----.*..-..*-If not, ln how many butldlugg?(f) Number of etudents; Mementary of teachers: Elementary IIIgh School*.*------; ; ; Htgb (C) Check Vocatlonal Subjects teught; Agrlculture.* ..--; Manuel Tratnlng--... i i Sew(h) Traneportatlon lurnisheal by dlstrlct. Yes-------, No------...-......---; Number of tie.-......-..----..--..--..-; Cooking ; vehicles_*._-......,...-....-.....--.;Annualcostoftransportatlon$*_--.-*Its cost ahould be counteal a.s a, part of the annual cost of tra.nsBortation.) - _.,_+_G=' -.g1* sp*Ecus*EElo-Bl-g!:pu-ELlgqgHgq'. KrlreFicABiFlye:-;* -, --*=***.: Gtrle---*----; (c) Number teachers......--......--..-.--; &) fqumber ln ittstrlct*.*-.-..--.......--; (b) Xlnrollment: Boyg-------; (d) Salaries ot teachers E*-.---.*....-

6{'. SPECIAL REPORT ON DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND CHILDREN. (a) Number, ages 3 to 21, ln rllstrlct--*-*..-... . ; (b) Number tn State or private Ingtl ; (c) Number ln rpclal gchool or classes of ; (tl) Number ol teaclrors: Men..-........-.-:--..----i Women-._.....__--_; (e; Number ol separate schools--------; (t) Value ol butlding, grountls and equlpmeDt $.___*_._.
,

(a) Number, ages E to 21, reBort"u

Boys-*--.-_.-; Glrls-----;

o"::,;ff::.Tt::] :-J-ffiil
(c) Number teachers: Men...-.

(e) Value of bullding, grountls antl equtpnent

g-.-.....----

--"' ; 'Womeu---

"i"iiffl; ; specrar rustrrcr gchoor or crasges: (d) Number sep&r'ate Bchools---;


.

(a) Number

gchoole.--*---;
; (il)

(b1 Elnrollment:

62. SPEC|AL REEORT ON DELTNQUENT CHtLDREN. Boye.---i Gtrlg_______; (c) Number teachert: Men___-*__;

Number aeparate

(e) Value of bulldlng,

gxouDals

and equlpmeat

f----_--.--

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TEACHER'S AI{NUAL R.EPORT


scHool, YEAR
1943-1944

To ths Teacher or Superlntondont! The Stato anal Nattonal authorltles leetl and tlemand all the tlata, calletl for h thls report. You are retrdlsrlng a valuable servlce by a careful aad promtrlt fllllng out of eac,h ltem. tr'or oornmon schools of one teachr, ltems wlth stanetl Dumbors ody a,ro to be fllteal. In schools of two or moro teachers tbe alata, shoulat be collecteil by the Superlntonalent or klnolpal a,nat embodleal ln oDs reporl One copy ts to be iledl wlth the Couaty SuperlnteDilont wlthln on week after the close of, BeJtooL

of7
1.
TEACETIRS AND TINROI,I,MENT
nof,e Eilemeuta,ry (Se note a,fter 'lEnrollment" above.)

E
a,re

c=,

Couaty, Illtnols
yea,r

Earollmont; Not: All whose aames have bee! enrolletl durlne the year shoulil be reported and classlfled ae befors promotlon, or a,t the tlne they may haye left tlxe tllstrlot.

at tbo closo ol tbe

Number of Teachers
Men
WomeD

Klntlergaaten

lst Yr.

2ad Yr.

Srdl

Yn

{tlr Yn

6th Yn

0th Yr.

?th Yr.

8tb Yr.

Total

Total

I
H a

l
9th Yr.

I
10th Yr.

I
1lth Yr.
12th Yr.

3
Ciraaluats

I
Total
Gra.nd

Elteih School (Ses note af,te! 'EiBrollment" above.)

Nurnbor of Teaohor Mell


w'omeD

Fost

(Elom" a,ral Elgh)

fotal

Total

| 1a-

Xto.w ma,ny of, tJlo abovo were enrolletl

ttrls yea,r

l't

soEe otber dlstrlot of tJrls stato befor

enroltlag tD tbls atistf,ict:

anemoBtatT D

rlgh

j 2, Length of school Year ln months

-/ 5'
r ga- Avsraie alatly attertlatrc of all puplls . gx. Tot,l .
alays attsnalarce

enrolletl ln gratlos on to lght lncluslye. (See note below Aox)

of atl puptls In gxatles otro to elgiht tocluslve, sxcluslve of tultloD ponll"- L 6'6:

--

Aa,& Avoragie da,lly attenalaace of,

clalr.l 3b. Total 3c.

tL tq
-T.t I I

all puplls llt gradea

oDe

to el8ht lDcluslv, eacluslve of tuttloB puptls (Eust airo wlth tteE 0a ot Stato Alal

days attentl,anoe of all puplls eDrolled

hfgh

Avrage alally attenalance of all puplls enrolletl In hlgh sohool (See note below 3ox)

3bx. Total tlays atteatlaace of all pupUs elloUal tD hlgh schooln exoluslve of tultloD Bcx. Avore,gio atally atto[alance of all puttlls earoual ln htgh scllool, aoluslve of tultlon

.4.
-o.
6.

Numbor of etelhth eiraale graaluates or proEotlons

lxota.l--_ .lDota,l-*_*

Number of elementary tultlon puplls atteudlDB thls


Number of hich school gratluats (I'out

year)
sc,Itool-

---------Boys

Gldd

Total

Number of hteih school tultlon puptls attendlng thls

Tota,L--

.8.
84.
e14.

Number of scJrool butlaltaEis ln tlxe atlstf,tct usett by Ieraenta.Itr Number of school bulltllags ta the dlstrlct used Number of

puhuoby hl8:b school----------------Publlc.

It {

ReDteil

lf,ota.l (

ltbrs,rles-. I
"r"""

6L4a-

Number of volumes ln ltbrarles excluslve of supplemehta,ry readtng books for


Number of prlvate sclroots tn the

o"".-

/ 5-D .W'omen
Nunber of

r16.

dlstrtct-6--Numbr Boys

ot ieacUerg emptoyea*--0---Men

puplls euolletl ln lementa.ry grades (lst to 8tb):


.L7.

C$lrls.--Secouila,ry

Graales (gth

to lftb): Boys"-.*Ctrb---

phfslcla'ns' $(iour"" Promotlooofbealth:Numberofnursesemploye.|.-pbyslotane.-.Amountpaldlnurse8'$.-phtr|8lc!a,ns,9(Doffi; orlv) ootv) foutrd a,fiectedt-.*-*-Number of bomes vlsttetl by Number of Duplls examlned for physlcal ilfects or coatsgloD-----Numbr
trurse or lnspectlng

ofrcer--_ employeil..- Men---WomeD----ibouDt t4-*--14


anil

Promotlotr of attsaalance: Number of truant oficers

palil tnralt ofrcetE, S<Ooiffi;ff r{nnber of chlldrer amested aDtl


lrlacedl

Number of chllttren not attenallng school botween tbe ages of ? auil

16-

ln

cha,rge

of

teacher--.

Nlmber

sdtetrcoal

by a

court-----lVumber of school aatl ag:e cerdnca,tes


(ovrB)

(IMPORTANT-Throo ltems to be filled are on back of thls thoet) (604?6-26M-12-48)

@p2

i i

,
(a) DtsL No---;

1O?.

SPECIAL REPORT.IF.A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL (c) Are the grade scbool lruDlts a,n assemblll

(b) Nqtnbe! ot Dlstrlots coosolldiate(L---;


; U aot, tn hor ma,ry bulliltuge?

t oo" 6olntng?
Sllorroata,rT

; (d) Area lD rquars (f) Number of


stualsats:

; (o) Numbor of tachers:


EtSb

; Etsh
vocatloaal Subjeots taught:

EileEentary----.-*_-;

;
CooHag-;

(s)

Chock

Aerlcultue-;

lfanual ltdltDg--;
_;

Sewlng-;

(h) Ttansportatlon furalsheal by tllstrlol YeR

No.-.--

1(E. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS (a) Number la allstrlat----.._..__;


(al) Sa.la.rtes of.teaehrs,

(b) Ehrollment: Boys-..-.-.._*--._-; clrls-__-_*.-_-_;


() Current erpensss tor year,

(c) Numbe! teachers_.___;

g----..-;

S'..---_-_--

Blauks furnlsheal by VERNON L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF pUBLtc INSTRUCT|ON, Sprtnsdelil, Uuuols

Other luforuatlon whlch moy be requestd by County Superlntentlut.

Part tlmo teaohers (not substltrtes)


Na,me

SubJect

{-l

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I
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GI

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TEACHER'S ANNUAL REPORT


SCHOOL YEAR I9M.L94S
To the TaoheF or SupeFlntendont! Th Sta,te a,aal Natloar,l authotltles rseal and demaad aU tbe (lata' calleil for ln thls report. You ar readerln8 a yaluable sergtoE by a caaeful anal prolalft slllng out of eaoh ltem. For @mmoe scbools of otre teaoh!' ttoms wlth starred Dumb6rs only a're to be flllotl In sohools ot two or moro tsachers tho drata sboulal bo coUeoteil by ths SuDetlntendnt or PrlDclpal aaal ombodld l[ oDo leporL One copy ls to be flletl stth tlte County Supertnteadent wtthla one weok after tle doss ol school

/L
tarollmeEt Nots: Atl vhoae la,Ees hsve bsn earolled aludng f,bs ye,r shoultl be reported aBd olasdnd bsfore tnomotloa, or at thg ttme they may have left tte distf,tat
as

I-

ITSACEEES A}ID ENBOLIT'NISI tlemeDtary (ge trot 4fter "qntollmeng' abovo.)

Numbsr of :Ieachera
Men

Khalergartea

1st

Yr.

2nil Yr.

3td

Yr.

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

w'ometl

Tota;l
I

I
I

L
11tb

'?

l'** l--* lT
Total
(Eilom. antl Hlgh)
Gtanat

Etgh Scbool (See troto atter 'TlnroUmelt'' Ebovo.) Number of lfsaeherg 10th Yr. 9th Yr.
Men
TgomB

Yn

12tb

Yr.

Post craaluates

Total

Total

1a- Eov

ma,ny

ol th

above were enrolleil

thls yesa la some other dlstrlot of tbls state Doforo

enrolllng tn thls dustrtot? Alomontaay

.2.
c
2a-

Lolgtb of

school Yar

ta monft"

Aotual number ot ilays sohool Tas rn

sesdoa---J*-6-g

. g. Total tlays atteBalance of aU pup[s enrollal tn grades one to etght trr"r,rO""$l 4J . ge,. .Avera8ie dafly attonila,nce of all pupils earolletl ln Era{es ore to clght lnoluslve. (See aote *to* S*l , SlLt tl . gx. tDota,l ilays attondanc of an pupils tn gira{les oDs to etght tnoluelYe, exctuslvo of tutfloD ,** F lf . gax. AveraBe alauy attetralance of all puptls ta Eiratlo8 otre to etght Inotuslve, excluslve of tulttoD pulrtls (must aree wltb ltom 6a of State ALl
clalml

e.4 ., 3 |

3b. Total gc,

days attonda,nce ol all Dupllr nfoUed la hlgh

Averago at@ily attonatance of all puplls enrolleal tn blgb sobool. (gee not below 8cx)-

8bx. Tota.l alays attenilonce of all puplls eurolledl ln htgh sohool eroluslve of tuluon

3or. Average ilally attenilanoe of all puplls earolletl la btgh sohool, eacluslvo of tultlon
ttrre averase

(Note-Th averase ilally atteDda.nce ln a oDe-room sahool trs lountl by dtvtaltn8 ttre totr,l dayg atteaqaace by lbe numbr _of tlays- tlo dohool was a,ctualfv lu seFsloB. In schools of two or more a@ms, or lD sohools whos recortlB of atteldaloe a! kept Dy sgsstou teaohrs, datlr -attendance ls the sum of the avragea of thE urlts coeposlngi the Eiroup. For aa,mpl: T'he prluolpal gf a- two-room ichool sh6'uld enler ln ltem 3a the Bum of the ar|oragis ot the t\yo rooms. T.I: superlrtetrdnt 9f a! @lty systm of sohoo-ls s4oUlg nt8 lD it-em ga-t}C sum of tne a.rreragog of ttre varlous said sobools. fne prEclPal of each ward school anil the prhotpal oI eaoh hlg,h qch(rl stlolrld report trho averagie for hls school foundl by addlng tho averages of tho va'rlous loottrs or sesElon giroups oomposlD8i tbe school)

. 4.
a

Numbe! ot etghtb grado g;railuates or


Numbea

promotloo" O
yar).--.__ tlls

6.
8. 7.

ot olemEtatT hrttloD Duplls attenaltnB thls sdhool---O-

- --

?rott.d

trotqt A

Numbsf ot hteih scbool Ciraaluatoa (Eour

Nurnber of htsb scbool tultlon puplls attontllng

.Total--

. E.
8a-

Number of school butlttheE lo the austrtct usoat by elemeatarT Number of school bullitlneE ln the austrtct ureal by htgh Numbor ot

scboot I
bootsB

I'utttc-----:R,otltotl
PuhUc Renbd

-To

Al I

school--

Totel--

.14.

ubm,rtes I

-_
for

o""-J_6_Q. "t*, rvurnter ot .16. Number of Drtvat schools ln tho dtstrtot- D -----lVumUer ol toachors employod------*Me!--Women-I puptlg onrollEd ln elementa,ry grailes (lst to 8th): *"u-J-Gi*E-2--Seoonita.rg Graalo! (9th to 12th): Boys----Gtrls physlolars, tt"#Om r1?. ko.ottoa ot health: Number of aurses omproyea-!.---phystcla.a. O a-ount pettl ruts., b#-rmi O,r-br fountl a8esteil-d--;umber of bomes vtsttett by Number of puplts examtned for phystcat tlefects or contaEiloa- I
tL{o- Numbr of volumes ln ttbrarlos exoluslve of supplmntar:F reaaltrgl
Durse

or tnsDeottng of,toer--14Amorht pattl truart ofilcers,

fi

ProBotlo! of atteDdlalce: Number ot truaat ofiloers employed-----Men---TyoBon


Numbsr of chltdroB aot attDillnB sahool bEtwoD ths ages of ? and

$.-(Dollars

only)

t4-

t{

a,ral

l8--Number

of chlldre! artestoil anil placed

ln charge of teacbr---Number

slrtencd by

a court.----Nunber of

school a,ral a.g cortlfloates

(IMPORTANT-Thro! ltcmr to b6 fllled aro on back ol thls Bhast.) . (ovDB) (?s0d?-28![-12-4r)

@b2

7-'

.I07. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL (a) DlsL

; (b) Number of Dlstrlots cotrsol|'latetl--_.-.-..__; (o) Are


; If not, ln how many

the graale school publls all assembletl

oDe bulldlDg?

butltlhEis?--__*-_---;
; Maaual

(al)

Area'ln square

(o) Number of teaehefs: Ellementa,ry

; Etgb
Voe,tloaal Subjects tauEiht:

Agrlcultue---

TralalBg--.--.--.-----------.-----.;

---; (g) check swlnB---.-.---_*---; Cooklngt-...--_--__-;

(b) ltnasportatlon furalsheal by iustrtct. Yes._--*-__-i

No-------.----.----

108. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS (a) NuDbe! la allFtf,lor

; (b) ElarollmeBt!
(e) Curoat erpeases for year,

Glrls-_*-.--*--i

(o) Number

(il)

Salarles of teachors,

$--_;

t-

Bla.aks firnlsheal

by VERNON L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUELIC INSTRUCTION, Sprlng|aeltl, Itrtaols.

Other lnforEattoD shlch may be requesteil by Couaty SuperlnteEdent. Fa,rt tlme teachers (uot substltutes)
Na,me

Subtsot

16

.$
o)

q
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o (J

TBACHER'S ANI\UAL REPORT


SCHOOL YEAR T945.19M
To tho Teachr or Supetlntendent: The State anal Natlolal autbodttss lsedl end demanal atl the data calleat for tn trlts roport. You a.ro renalertng a, valuable servtce by a. careful anal prompt fllllag out of each lta. tr'or @omttroD schools of, oas teaoher, lte4s wtth stard aumbera ody are to be f,Uetl. Ia schools of two or more teachers th ala,ta should be collsotcd by tbe Supeltltenaltrt or Prtttcfpal a^nd ombodteal ltr oue rDorl One copy ls to be flletl wlth the Couaty SuporlntoBalnt wtthb one week after tle aloss of sc,hooL

gmx"1. TEACEIIRS AND


EINROI]IAITINT (See note after 'Enrollmnt" abov.) Elome[tsry
'Womeu

Rf':

16
urey ars at tbe olose of the year

Elnrollmeat Note: All vhose tramE have been earolled durlas tle yar shoulit be reporteal allal befolo promotlon, or et the tlne thy Eay hs,ve left tbe dtstrlcl

Number of Teachers
Men Tota,l

H*:f

rstvr.

2!d Yf.

Srtl

Yr.

4th Yr.

Eth

Yr.

6th

Yn

?tlr Yr.

8th Yr.

8f&*"'l

l
after "Elnroltnent" above.)
gth Yr.
101tr

3llth Yr.
12t}t

t+

tot'r

Illgh
Men

School (See uote

Number of Teachorg
'WomoB

Yr,

Yr.

PostGraaluates and Speclal


Classs

Total

notal

Grand Tota,l (Ellem, aral Etab)

o 1a. IIow mauy of the above wero enrolletl thls year in some other dlstrlct of thls state bsfore

enrolllng lD

tlls

atlstrlct?

Elemeuta,rv--O--

r 2. Length of school year ln molths . 2a. Actual trumbef of alays scbool waa to *."ro. / 6 5 (Same as ltem 4 on clalm for state atal) ! ;* gra'los . 8. Total tlays attentlance ot aU puplls nroUal la gratles one to elgbt ltroluslve (t l', v etgbt botusl"o lgl 6 e (same as rtem b on clar' tor sta,te ald)
o :|a. Avrag dally atteutlance^of all pup-lls enroUstl lB gxaales ole to etght lnoluslvs. (Seo Dote below - (Slame-as item 6 oB clalm for state ald) gx. Total al.ays atte_aala,nce-of aU puptls la.EFads ole to lght taoluslve, excluslve of tultlon ,o (Same a,ei ltem 64, on clalm for sta'te a,ld) (Sam

d o

.--11fgh School

r*r 3t

bb

popuu- 6 j3-* pupils15 l -- 5 -, lO- (;

. Aa,x. Average daily attentlg.Dce -of all pupqq tD grades oDe to elgbt -- (Sa.me as lten 6a ou clalm lor state ald)
Ab. Total tlays attentlauce of all pupll,s oDlollal - (Same as ltem 6 6a olel6 for state alal)

lacJuslve, oxclustve ot tultton puDtts-

ln

UlrBA

sohoolc--_---,8ox)--*

t. tJ"ff""A"%gltlT**tr ir1tL"#Xttfnroue.r

rtt blsh sahool (flee uots berow

Bbx. Total alays attgnalancg gf aI puplls eqroJletl lD btgb school" oxolurive - (Same as ttem 6a on olalm for state ald) Bcx. Averago clatly atteudanqe o! aU puplls -earolleil (Same as ttem 6ax oD clalm for state alal)
g.c.hogl l9.1_ac-lgPlly_1n-sesslon. In schools atteada.Dce ls_the sum

of tuttloD puplls--*_-.-

h hrgb

lc,hool, o:cluslvo of tultloD

(l$ot51fhe aYr9,ge.daf!{ a.tteDdance ln a one-room Ecbool ts tound .by 4jvlaltaB-the tots,t _dayg attoD_alanco by ,th number of ttays the of two or,mre lgopl-9l!!| sglgols wbose recorals ol attndaqce af kep! bt BeGlo; t6cUed of the avrego-o! the uDlts cobttoslnB tb g-oup. For elamDle: The p'r'tncipA of iltwo-room school should enter ln Itm 34, the sum of the averaEe of-the two_rooms. Thesgnertnlendent 9f a, clty-systm of'sahoii;-slbutd-int-eiG Item 3a tbo Bqm of the a,vorag of. the -varlors sa_rd. sehgols. t'ho prlaclpaf of eech wa.rd sahool an-d tho prlnclpai of lacn Ufuilc-noot shoulal report the average for his sahool foulal by adtllng the avorages ol t[e va,rlous roorns or sesslon groupis conieo]tng tbo ;dt;i.i---th-e a,vefagg_dally

r{.
.6.

Numbor ot etghtJr graale gra,aluats or promotlor Number of elemstrta.tT tultlou puttUs attendlag tbe

.Total_-.Total

6. Number of htgh school graaluates (tr'our year)-----' ?. NuEbsr of htgh school pupllB a,ttenauDti thls

Eoys--.-Glrlr

Total Total-

. 8. Number
8a. Number

of scbool bull(urgs

t[

of Bchool buflatltrgs I .14. NuBber ol Ubra,rles {

school-J-*-Rrbuo-. la tbe tltstrtct- usetl by htgb Bhool---Subltc-.


th illFtr:lat usal by elemont ,w

Rntsit _.--norat
Tottal

I
.-

.14a. Number of volumes ta Ubn.l,lles excluslve of suBplomoatary reatulli books fos olt,rs

ve-----L-Q-L
Clrattes (gth to 12th):

t/

c16. Numbsr of prlYate schools ttr tJre dtstrlot--A---:.1"-ber of tBaobens


puplls enrolled ln olehentarT grades (1st to 8th):

employed----=l[eD----"
anorpt
palal aurseg,
fourral

Boys--...--.cltrls--.-Seconita,rV

-Women--------NuDber

ol

Boys

ctrls

.1?.

Proraotloa of health: Number of nurss employed

/)

obydaana

$Om;;fi

Dhystclats,

t*m*f
vllilteat by

Numbor of puptlg examlaed for physlcal aleteots o!


nurse or lDspeetl.tlg

Goltato!--J--^u-bor

afiecteil d
.Arr|ount patd

N--bor of hornss
truant oflcr8,

oficerrmployd----Uer Wonen
g

Promotton of s,tteatlatrcs: Number of trua,at ofrosrr

(ffi;;F
and Dleceil

Number of chllilren rot attenallag sohool betveeu the ages ol 7 and

cha,rge of

tea,cJrer-----Nurnber setrtorcetl

r{umber of ohtrdren a,Fostod t4--J4 and 16 by a aourt----Number of school aail aie ooltlf,ca,ts

(t232-28u-t2-46)

d&2

(IMPORTANT-Thro ltoms to be f,lled arc on back of thls sheot.) (ovEB)

''_l
I I I

107. SPECIAL REPORT IF

CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL

(a) Dfst. No--*---._;

(b) NuEber of Dlstrlcts coBsolLlateil


trot, ln bow mary

---;

(o) ArE the erade school puplls all ascmbled tD ole buflaurgi? (e) Nunber of teaahcE: Elenenta,ry

-;

If

bulltllngB?-;

Area ln square

-; grgh

Vocatloaal SubJects ta,ught:

-; (f) Number of stuileBts: EllemeatarT--; Agtlculture-----,---------; Manual lXralnlng--; No-----.--

Elgb Sc,lrooL-;

(Ei) Cheok

(h) Transpoltatlon furnlshetl by tltstrtcl Yes..--.-_.-;

108. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDEROARTENS

(a) Numbgr lD allstrlct-.--_-_--;


(al) Salades of teachers,

(b) tntoUEont: Boys-..---_-----.-;


(e) Curent sxpEnses for year,

Glrfs---._---.*----;

(c) Nurnber teachsrs---------__-.-._-;

$-_--;

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

Bla,nks furalslted by VERNON L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SBrllEfeLl, Illaols.

Other lnfomatlon whtoh eay be requested by County SuperhtentloDt

Part tlme teachrs (not subsututes)


Name
SubJeot

+J
f-.

o
(u

&
Cg

sl s$
.?E

$ A
02

"J

I
I
I

d q)

E6
p
F
tr
6)
t4

.T\

\:lr \
( (

,qg

$El
E

Xfl nl

I I

J.g \.I H
2E

f
.E

I
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()
(l)

cd

\ \

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J
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TEACHER'S ANNUAI, REPORT


scHool, YEAR
r946-t947
To the Teacher or Sgperlntendent! |uhe Sta,to and Natlona,l authorttles reeal aad alemalrd a,U the data. ca,rledl for,la thls report. .'i'ou aro reDder.lng a valua'blo servlce by a, careful atral prompt nuhg out of each ttem. Stor common schools of oDo tea,cher, ltemp wlth starred nubbers on\r are to be nued. In schools of two or more teachers tbe data shoulit be coUeotetl by the SupertnteDalent or Pfiaclpal aEd embottteil !n one roport. Ono copy ls to be 6led wtth the County Superlnteaileat wltbln one week aftsr the olose of school.

Dlst. [r^lE
Ihmlllne[t Not: AII
.

/ t-/

/..ffi

.:--

1.

whose names havo been nroUeil alurlngi the year shoulil be reportedt aJril ola8slfled aB thy a,re beforo promotloir, or ,t tJle tlme they ba,v left th atlstrlct. IIIEACEEIRS AND IINROLLIIIEINT tlomentary (Seo uots after "Ilnrollment" abovo. Number of Teachem
Men w'omtr T<lntlerEA,fteB

d.*kk&">County, at tlle closo of tho year

Illtnots

lst Yn

2ntl

Yr.

3rd

Yn

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th

Yr

?th Yr.

8th Yr.

Total

Spsct8,l Classes

Total

I
Number of Teachers
Men
.womeD

I
9th

J
Yn
10tb Yr. 11th

3
Yn
12th

I
Yr.
Post Graduates and Speclal
Classes

I
Total

2_

lo
Grancl Total (Ellem. antl Elgh)

Hlgb School (Seo [ots after "Einrollment" aboye.) Total

. la. Eow . 2.

ma,ny

of the above were enrolletl this yar ln somd other austrlct of ttris stste bofore
School....

onrolllng lD thts allstrlct? E1emen1ary..............i.................k.....*-...........................81Ch


IJeDitjr

of scbool yea! ln

months..........-.. -..".........-..-.----t-.-.-..

2a. Actua,l numbor of alays sohool was ln sosslo!-...... . .. .....1...7-.p-...... (Same as lt6m 4 on olalm for state a,ld) (lnclude holldays aid institute days)

. g. .

Totr,l clays attenala,nce of a.ll puplls nroued (Sa.me as ltem 6 on clalm for sta,te atal)

t!

girados ktudergarten

to etgibt hcluslvo...........

/ tl- 6. Z-.
-...8-.t .b::

ga. Aivoraie al-atLy g,ttengg.lce- of all pup-{8 nrolleal (Same ae ltem I on olalm for Btate atal)

ln

graates kltrtlet?iartlr

to elght lncluslve. (See note below 3cr)...--

r3x.Tota,l.lays.ettegdaBce-o|e,l.lpuptlst4.gra.lesklndrgarteDtoolghtlncluslYe, (Sa,me as ltem 5a on clalm for sttte ald)

Aa,r.

av""age tlatly- atbtrqaFc-of ?u pup-qs lD gitaales r<1nfl61g6ts1 to etght luclusive, oxclustv of tutuoB puptls-----.------r (sa,mea,sttem6aonclalmtorsta,tea,t.1)gradesr<|n(lerga.rtentoteihtluclusive,oxclustvoftultloBpup|la.'.......".....-. NOTE: Do wt allol/, rere th,,tt % ilay per fuy fot Kfurdaryute lm ltoru 82 8a1 8x, 8u.

3b. Tota.l rl,a,ys attentlanoe of all puplls eDroUea[ tn btgh schoo1s.............. (Sa,me as ltem 6 on clalm for state alal)

Ac Averaie dait-y attrdg,nco gf au purrqq-arolled tlt btgh sohool. (See not bslov 8or()...--------. (Same as ltem 6 on cla,lm for state ald)

--r'-. -/

gbx. Total drays attetral,ance of 4Jl puplls enmlletl tn hlgh scllool, exctustve of tultloa pup11s............./Z-......---.-. (Same as ltem 6a on clalm for state alil)

g(rx. Avera,ge --

(Same -as

dafly attenala.Tcg of-a.ll pultls-gnroUeat In hlgb scbo'ot, exoluslve of tultlotl puplls..-...-...-.......f-.-....-. ttem 6ax on clalm for state ald)

(Note-T'he a,verqgie.datlya,Itendance-b g. otl-o-room scn# t8 fouBal b-y allyldlng -tho tota,I qa,ys attenatance by tlre uu.Eber of days tho dchool was a,otually lp sesslou.. In_ schools oI t:wo of more fix)ms, or in sohools wboss records of &ttaalaDce aie kebt b sessfoa tedcnerul the a,rrela,Eiq-alaily a,ttgalalrce ls-tbe sum-o.{ ttle avragie-o-f the unlts composlng th-Exoup. For example: The piinclpaioia two-ro-rifr school should ontr lD ItoE Ba tllo sum of lJle avenae 9f tJre t:lo roo?E - TIle supe-rhteDdent- of a olw system of scho6ls shoun entei-G Item 3a the suE of the averaBg of .the-Y-arlous wartl schools. The prin-clpal of -each ward school and tde prlnclpat of eacl- lGd'-scio6i shouLl rport the aYerage for hls school found by aalallag tho averages of fhe va.rlous rooms or Esston group-s compostu-S th;sAf,ool*i-*'
I

-/?.
Numbr ot hlen school tultlou puplls attenaUrg thls

8a. Number
r

of school bu[atlncs lu t.|o tllstrict usetl bv hlgh


rrblrl trc{-.
: .

-Publto........................n,ented....-...-.........-....Tota t

../:....-.

ff-..'{ ;. -. -.-. -. --.'.1-. :. -."-.:-".: -:-f -. ul .14a. Number of volumes ln llbrarles exoluslve of supplementarT readlng books for class use.........*, -89...*..=^.--.

14. Number of

I(lnalerEia,rtetr

Grads 1-8 Boys

Graales 9-12

Total Iloys
G|!Is

EiurollmeDt

Boys

Girls

Glrls "dzLv-.,..1*.t{_.

Boys
Physlclg.as.

Glrls

1?. Ilealth,

Spectal tdtucatlou a,Dil Attenalatrco: No. of tluraes employ

e/Ji..714-... Is coinplete physt..rl exam. requlrtl

ofaupupltrsatleastonceevefy4year8?'...-.....*............-.............(YesorNo).Noof8tu.lentsEilYeDphystcale=en.ig
EANDICAPPEID (alsterlDod by physlclan, Durse or tsachr)

T. B. (Actlve)
V1s1oo................------. SDsech

NO. XNR'OLL3ID
Eearlug.........-.-...........-.

IN SPECAI/ EIDUCATION

CLASSE

S or servtces esta,b[shat or ma,lntalnetl by your

Speech .@b2

Other phystaa[y hantltcapped-.. (IMPORTANT-Thnee lteme to bo f,lled are on back of thls sheet)

(25094-26M-10-46 ) \

(ovm,)

107. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL

(a)Dlst.No.-....-..-............;(b)NumberotDlstrlctscoasolldatecl....---.;(c)Aretiegi:adescboolpupusaqanbled

;
Vocatlonal Subjects taught: Agrlculture.......-..............-....; Manua.l T'ra1nhC..,.....-......"...........-.......-; Sewlngl.-..

ETBh

(s) chck

(h) ltatrsportatlon furnlsheil by iustdct.

Yes--............,...-...........

-....;

No....*.-.................-..........

lG. SPECIAL

REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS

(tl) Salartes of toacherB,

$...........................----.;

(e) Currort exlretrsos for year,

t................-......-.**-...

Blaahs furutshetl by VERNON

L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, Spdl8dId' Illlnols.

Other lnformatloB whlch ma,y be requestetl by County Suporlntnaleat.

Part tlme teacbers (Bot subsututos)


NaEe
Sublest

E 2?l

i I 13 &,
I

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02

a
6

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E 'T Ei F i EE

if -f; N iE
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School Building: General f{epair

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I

County Fhysician's Rural School Report

School Grounds:

Well Water:

Fa,lr

clean
Drainage ftoom for Play

tr)aint Fair
Inside Decoration

o.

K.

Well

Closed

lVater
by dentlst.

Poor

l'air

Light Fa.ir I{eat Fair Yentilation Falr


No. of Pupils

'['oilets: O. K.

A1] children should be p vaccinated. ancl have teeth exaluined.


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Name of Child

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Parent's Nome
P, O. Addrese Telephone No.

9z
90,
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Sir

Dennis Glrard.

PO Tel.

Clarence

PN-

Tr"ona

PO Tel.

PN
PO

Ed"ward

Tel. P}{PO Tel. PN PO Tel.


el.

Iel. Fli-

James Gard,ner
PN' lii'neBt
PN

Raymond.

Lester Huffins
\.

Otto

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Ralph Fosterr' hes. Ernest Rtffey, Clerk . Francis Handlbon

.Glrs,rd

Gi*ard Virden

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too.
Stnarr.cly youtn,

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-A'II'TAilT DIRTCIOi

STATE OF ILlrINOIS
HENRY ,. DEPARTIIET{T
HOR|rIER, SOVIRNOR

G'F FUILIC

HEALTH

sPR INc F; ELD a" c.

laxTtn"

H. D.
ADDREAA ALL CORRESPONDENCS

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. tO T}iE ACTINO DIiECTOR


IN
REPLY REFER TO FILE A. E.

plvtltor oF r^rlllAtY :x('rilfrrr{o


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Dlrectof of Pubtic Health A, C. BAXTER. M. D, Assistant Director

ANDY HALL, M.

D.

STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PT.'BLIC HEALTH

HARRv F. FERGuaoN. cHEF ExatNrlR

5t-

SAMTARY ENGINEERING LABORATORIES SPRINGFIELD lrf,gh 1?t 1958

EU6ENEE.CL'IRK.BACTERIOLO.IITJAMEaG'wEARr'rR"cHEtrsr

ANr

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Jlglq{}- ryqgtlt-q 99}99LQ1r!

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----Laboratorv No.------Sl-Sl

Date

collected---Elf-?---g--r---l-t-S&------

Remarks-----

Serliment Turbiclity--Nitrite
nitrogen

g9$-!!!-! 9$f - - 1!9

Nitrate nitrogen-----Chlorine

in

chloritles----

Bacteria per

nl.

(3?'

C.)----10 ml.

--

?5-

Bacteria of the colon group:

fn

portions

of

Presumptive tests

Confirmatorvtests

--ltl:

The above analysls lndicates that this rater vas contamlnatod and ras not sat to ilrlnk rhen the eauple tas coLleoted. ThE contanl.natlon nay bg duo ',0 lasto punpsgo or to surlace wator seeplng baoh tbrough cracks ln the platforo or through thc uppr part of the sell llnLnt. Tho rell ehould be recongtructed as follovst

(f)

vell llnlug to a dopth of 8 feet. (Z) Bull.il a nor concrete platforn, lnsertlng an iron plpe sleevo so that it lill ertend one-half lnch abovo the ooncrete and lato tho punp base rhen the punp ls installod, as lllustratecl in
tbo bulletln.
The locatlon .of theJell can be consldered sate only if the distances and construction of cesspools, prlvy vaultsl eerors and drains comply clth tha rcoomsndatlone ln the enclosed bulletln. Ithon the sell is properly located and inproved as outlined above and ln our bulletin, lt should doliver a sater of safe sanltary quallty. s0-1

Pour

a 5-lnch ooncrgte va1l around the outslde of thc prosent

hc.C-l.t[. &lFtocl

Orlg.tor Orvlllc -Haldu oor ' Oo. guiDt. of Soheolt

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The statements on the reverse slde are a part of this opinion' SEL Form 108-(61573-5M-2-31) 4@nZ

A. C. BAXTB& M. D.

f'ftla8 Dfruc*or

Ardrtrat Di!.ooc

sr^lts or'tftrNo4l HBbnY HOINB& Crwecac DBPABTMYT OF PUBLIC HBALTII SAIYITARY BNGINEERING LABORATORIES
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SANITARY ANALYSIS OF T?ATER FROM


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for

Scdimenc----------

Turbidity---

Odor

Nitritc

nitrogen-------

Nitrate nitrogen------Chloridc
Bactcda pr ml. (37" C.r--

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Bactetia of the colon group:

In portions of
Presunptivc
Confirmatory

1o ml.

tests __-E:----

Thls analysls lnd.lcates that the vrater y,'&s contaminated. and was not saf to d.rlnk at the tlme the eample was eollected. The well apleals to bo subject to contanination c&used by shallow ground water antl rain seeptng thrc,ug;h the upper portion of the vre11 llning. Also dust, dog and. blrd contamination ma;'' 1.ro vras]:ecl rr.nder thc prirnp basc &nd through tire niatihole lnto the well . ftrerefore, vlo recolit:end- tirat the vrell be reconstructed. as ftIlows: l. Pour a six-inch reinforced concreto vrall aroungl 'i;he outsid.o of 1,he present vrol-l- llnlng to a depih cf B feeLr or remove the o1d. llnlng and build a Bropsr form ln whloh to pour 'uhe concrete. (See bul1etln.) 2. 3ui1d a ile\'r' rei-rrfcrced. ccnerete platfolrn, 5-rr.serting an iron pipe sleeve in the concreto, .:ldernea'cl: the prarrp base erirc'l- cxtoncling lnto the pump base at least an 1nch, as illustrated ln the bulletin. B, Ifter'the abovo repai.rs B.i'e mad"e the vrel1 should. bo sterlltzed wlth chLorlnated. 1lrne a;r ouLli.n.ccl orr page 11 of our bu-lletin on lvello. UnLess these i.r4rrovcrrrento are niad.e tlie vrell ca.nnot be considered a eatlsfaotory sonrce of drlnklng wator. In bhe caes of caliool rells shere there 1* osnlldarable rr,ste putBtrlagc, a plpe or eoacrete gutter ehould bo provided to aarry Easts vatsr to a dLttanoe of t.g er 15 fegt $E tno *e11 ?pfore dlsoh*r6tBg lt upon the aurfaos of the ground. rf,di'ilrr! Sersteln, ilarllnvllle

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statmoDts on the rroyorso sildo are

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STATB OF ILLINOIS
T/ERNON

L. NICKELL

SUPEBINTENDENT OF PUELIC INSTRUCTION

RT}RAL SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT AND APPLICATION FOR RECOGNITION


For Schosl Year 1944-1945 To be filed by all districts with one or 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 thJ 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 fiUing in the report, see the Rural Elementary School Handbook, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. .L, 0 Name-of No. I coont},7,."n'4L9^1" So,f.L?b

Tyne of Certificat Salary this yea$fuJ*- Salary last yearl. i + Years of Train Date of last credits earned t, have you If you ave less t completed five semester hours since Sept. 1, islnt^9, 2nd. Teacher Years in this school Type of Certiflcatei.r other schoolsSalary this yeat Years of Training Salary last yearDate of last credits earned If you have less than two years of college credit, have you completed five semes hours si 1, 194L?-, A Clerk of the B

i:"6f'd.fr,,qy" M
Teacher Years in this school Years this

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-Dist. .:LkTp:

lst.

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/ in othbr schools 2 r

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Enrollment

t2 1sl4 | ,
i

byGrades

ll Meaning of Letters: ( A--S"p;"i" r) (B-Good) (C--{verase) (D-Poor) (E-Verv Poor)

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(Please Check)

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11. Adjustable window shades---i__lLi_i_i_ 72. Condition of floors--------- iI-i-l-l-i-i 18. Approved heatins svstem---i-l+ L4. Means of humidifying the air---_-_-----i_i_l_Ll_l_i -l-l-i 15. Means of proper ventilation-i-t - iXl_l_l 16. Blackboards and bulletin boards-------- i-l-Kr-l-i-i I'1. Adequate fioor space17. J\ space_ _l_l_l --------iXi i_ . i-i-i-i 18. Safeiy against fire--------- l-,Xi-l-i-i TI. EQUIPMENTANDSUPPLIES I I I I I 1. Library facilities & materials---------- i , lX-l-|-i-i

1. School grounds landscaped ---l-l-i-l-l--l ?. 4*pt" playsround space--------------l*l-l .- l-l-i 3. Building painted on outside-i-i-l--X-L-l-.L 4. Building in good repair----- i-l-X-i-l-i-i 5. Cloakrooms provided-iJ-l-i-l-l-i 6. Safe and sanitary water supply---------i-i X l-i-l-i 7. Toilet@ies --i-;-iX-l-l-t 8. Walls and ceiling decorated and clean----i-i-]Xl-i-i 9. Adequate window space----space-----l-l-l-l-l-l -l-l-l-l-l-l (er-tett-ancl-ree+)--------l_l A l_l_l_l 10. Light from left (er+tt-ano-ree+)-- ----i-i=4i-l-i-i

BUILDING AND

GROUNDS

I-I-I-I-I-I

E-T--c-fD-p-

REMARKS

2. Fables--and ch:rirs----I X i-:-l-i-t 3. Adequate maps and globes-------------l-l-Lj-l-l-i 4. Provisions for storage of supplies-------l-l*i-i-i-t 5. Approved musical instruments----------i-l4i-i-i-i

REMARKS

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES (Continued) | SUPPLIES 6. Duplicating facilities-------.i-l

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1. Generat Training-General

rv.cuRRrcuLUM I i i i i tttttl 1. Matter---of


2. Pupil Activities----Activities----l-l-l_-l --------l-l --------l-l _ I-l-l_-l 3. Subject matter made meaningful------ l-l-2li-i-t-.t 4. Follows State and County Plans--------l-ljtl-l-i-i 5. Health & Phys. Ed. Prorgam---------- l-l-Xl-l-l-l
Correlation Subject

2. Training and Experience in Rural Fieldsiii-l-l-i-i 3. professional Interest and Growth______.1 J_l_i-_l_i_i

rraining--

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y.coMMUNrrYRELArroNS v. COMMUNTTYRELATTONS I I I I | i 1., I | I 1. School


a Community

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Centerl-lXi-]-i-i 2. P.T.A. or Community Club--l-l--l-l-l-l vr. GENERAL ESTTMATE oF scHool,-----i-i4i-i-i-i


DESIRABLE FEATURES \ Are there indoor toilets ? n/n Does school have a radio t V\-o Warm lunch program? )a 't Special health program? Are there insect screens

VII.

Whai tvp"t Q,,-.t Artificial lighting ?


Explai Explpi
windows
?

J'p+'v

Improvements Slnce Last Year

Status last year: Signed:

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Date:

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Action Recommended:
Signed:
Co. Supt. (676$0-451\t-7-1{) 1

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Non.

R.-

Approved
Signed:

for: R-

PR-

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Asst. Supt. of Pub. Inst.

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SCHEDUTE 0F

A SCH00L, taught by
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the State of lllinois.

District
beginning

N o.

Names and Ages


th

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-JJz--County of
..hool/d"yr.

of Pupils residing in D-istrict

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and cnding

NAMES OF BOYS
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NAMES OF GIRLS

No. Deyr

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Grand

TOTAL
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|EACHER'S CERTIFICATF,
I Hereby Certify
That.the tpr"ggile Schedule_isc9ll9_9t, to the best of my knowledgc anu Lelief.

Teacher.
Jn

CERTIFICATE OF THE SCHOOL BOARD-(Sec. 1s7.) STAT.'E OF ILLINOIS,


thd unciersigned di /unciersigned directors of Districi

/'

County.

],,

No. / /-

i
and that the
I

nty, certify that we have


was conducted according to

carefully examined the foregoing Schedule and


teacher is paid oflars is now
a

I)ollars

law; that the ; the sum


such

due-for

services for the month endi

that the teacher'has

certificate

of-grade,

and that the property

of said district in charge of

Teacher has been satisfactorily accounted fo4

Directors

.
Sec.

NOTES TO TEACHERS AND DIRECTORS

President and Clerk, or by a majority of the Board. \Mhen an order issued for the wages ol a Teacher is presented to the lFreasurer and is not paid for want of funds, the Treasurer shall endorse it over his signature, "not paid for want of funds" lvith the date of presentation, and shallmake and keep a record of such endorsement. Such order shall thereafter drarv interest at the legl rate until paid, or until the Treasurer shall notify the Clerk in writ' ing that he has funds to pay such order, and the Treasurer shall make and kee$ a record of such notices, and hold the funds necessarjr to pay such ordet

182 The Schedule, or Schedules, shall be delivered to one of the Directors, who shall, if requested, give the teacher a t'eceipt for the It shall be the duty of the Director to examine carefully such Schedule, or Schedules, with at least one other Dircctor, and correct any errols, iame. and il such Schedule has been madeaccording to law, they shall certify to the same. SEc. 81. The Towaship Treasurer shall pay out no funds of any school district except upon an order of the Board of Directors, signed by the

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sharr not be required to teach on saturdays orregar schooil holidays, whi.h are the firstday of January, 1he fourth day of July, the trventy-fifth day of December, and any day appointed by the President or Gov' erno! as a dby of fast or thanksgiving, and no deduction shall be made from the time orcompensation of a Teacher on account of such days. Ssc. 186. In all districts controlled by a Board of Directors, Teachers shall make schedules of the names of all pupils attending school, in the forni preicribed by ttris Act, and when pupils residc in two or more districts, t6wnshipd or countles, seDarate schedules shall be kept for each district, totoiriip or county. .' Boards of Education may require Teachers to make schedules, or Statements certifying the number of days' attendance for each -". shown by theirregisters, which shall be certified bythe Board of Dducation, and be subject to the same rcguirements as schedules. Sche& moorJr, tdes shall be certifiedbv the Teacher.

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