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TEACHER'S REMARKS ON CLASSIT'ICATION

TEACEER: This PreliEfEry Report shoulil_show the presDJ orgarizrtiotr of your school, Rnd the condition of your schoohoom and groutrds. .lt will enable me to giye ygg prympt -aDd- yaluable a6sistatrre duringyour-present trm of school, Please fill out carefuuy with ink, ad mail to me immediately after the Echool is organized. Due credit will be given for filiDg this report proEttly, Couaty Superintendetrt of Schools.
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SYI,LAtsUS OF CLASSES REMARKS ON INDIVIDUAL PUPILS
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your school a flae?---a;--- ffirat (s thegeneral condition of your school grounds ,r(nrt erade of certificate do you hold?--.'4--4tuJ-Z----Has it been registered in this counly since J No. of living trees on school grounds----- 4--.---State- condition of out-buildings: goys'------.3--.-4k-.-.---.-.--..-.(-.--------Teacher's salary per month, $--8--d---Coal house Girls'-----<aza=*4- .---.----.----.--, 7g -"?-g Term Teacher's name Director's n^^"---fu-----.Le.J.8 Date of this report.--.

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

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Failure to file this Report in the Superiritendent's Office will be entered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your

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the names, corresponding to each number, 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.

Write Answers to the following 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.

Classification Register (not lttendance Rwister); please

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

6th. The tlassification

school room? Do you make daily preparation for your

If

Study the plan given below and follow

you have not a Classification Register in your School let me lnow 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 lnce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately.

' 7th. A pupil

he has justfnisfied.

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 oif 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 ot opinion by successive teachers.

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

How to Classify Your School in the Classifica.. tion Register.

dailv ? U-tn Do you spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all qradesl \4e rt

lst. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the rvork that each grade : includes.

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 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 show every study which each pupil completes, until
he finishes the course and graduates from the district
classes is one of the greatest,incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

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Do you try to

deborate your school

roomi t / .
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school. The graduating of

from "dropping out',' of school. Diplomas for


graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. class in each stuiy, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. f'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

4th. The "Syllabus of

Classes" shows every

lfcation of it, as it bclongs to a scrics consisting

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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent


(Nornstatc what your eb@l nccds in appamtus, blackborrds, ctc.i also give tbc namcs of pupils nct provided witb books. naming tbc b@ks neciel. Srggst whcrcin tbe CouDty Superintendcnt can co-opcrltc rvith you for thc tdvancc' mcnt of your school, ac.)

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DAILY PROGRAM
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Total No.
days attendance

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Total No.

days absence

No.

cases tardiness absent

No. neither tardy nor

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Value of school apparatus

No' volumes in librarv


No. living trees on groun

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AFTERNOON SESSION

Whole No. of days taught


Compensation of teacher

42 pupil-

p.. -onth f 4-l

Average cost of tuition per month per Percentage

of Attendanc
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and return it to me at the end
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the names, corresponding to each numbeq, in the ' t. column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made rnith 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. ?th. 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 oif 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 ot opinion by successive teachers.

l[rite

Answers to the following Questions:

Is your daily program posted up in your

school room?

the terin.

Study the plan giveir.below and iollow

It will .be kept foq.public inspection.


it

of the last month of


accurately.

Do you make daily preparation for your

If

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 offce. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at znce, so that all the schools rnay be classified before the end of the term.

work ? U-ur 0 Do yo.u give Oral Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and
have them write from ten to twentv minutes

dailv -0

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How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

Do you spend at least fifteen minutes daily iri giving special drills in writing to
all grades?

lst. 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 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,
includes.

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\,vork
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under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study apd passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with it in the column of "Studies Completed this ilerm."
also record it in the ' 'Record of Siudies Completed,' ' in the back part of the Register. This record should

Do you give Number Work to the


lower grades dailyt

Do you try
room?

to decorate your school

show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district
classes is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

school. The graduating of

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. class in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. f-he narnes of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

4th. The "syllabus of

Classes" shows every

All pcr8ong rrc samcd agalnst making or publlehlng tbis blank, or any mod. lfcation of it, as it bclongs to a sc.ics consisting of "Wclch'8 Sy6tcm of Supct. vlrlon." ud is undcr copyrigbL

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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent
(NorB-Sbtcvbatyour *hool nccds in appantus' blackbolrds' ets; als givc thc nam$ of pupils not providcd with books. naming tbc books trcc.lc,l. suggest whcrcin thc Coutrty Supcritrtendcnt crn co-opcratc rvitb you for thc advluccment of your schol, ac.)
ITEMS OF REPORT

TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT

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L DAILY PROGRAM
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TEA,CHER'S SUMMARY REPORT


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Failure to file this Report in the Superintend-entered ent's Office will be in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
^ This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your Classifi cation Rd gister (n t,1 uin da n ce R eg; t tir) ; please
o

the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most dificult, and should be made lvith much care.
Succeeding teachers should npt change the classifica-

Write Answers to the following Questions: fs 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 plan given below and follorv

!f you have not .a Classification Register in your Sclrool let me knout at nnce; 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 may be classified before the end of the term.

it

aciurately.

he has justfnisrted.

tion left by their predecessors'without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of each term each being classified in the gradg which

school room?

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. Certifcatet Ef Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

7th. A pupil changing from one

school to any

Do you make dgily preptr4tion fo; your 2,"TlZJ.;iL work ? Do you give Oral LangLage Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and havc them write froln tento twentyminutes

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fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing or
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and

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all grades? Do vou have tlidse Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter e

opinion by successive teachers.

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

Lst. 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 nust 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 headinss for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and
passed a satisfactory examination, credit

includes.

in the iolumn of "Studies Completed this I'erm," also record it in the ' 'Record of Studies Cornpleted,' ' in the back part of the Register. This record should

him with it

work I Do you give Number Work to the lower Erades dailv? >4<4 "Do you try to decorate your school

room?

\It^

show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district

school. The graduating of

will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. The "Syllabus of Classes" shows every class in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. f'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by refening to
graduation

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

classes is one of the greatest-incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

for

l6qtion of it, as it bclongs to o 8cric8 consi8ting of "Wclchrs systcm of sul,cr. vieion," ud ts undcr copyrigbc

All

Dcrsons arc wamcd agalnst

mrking or publlshing thls blank, or any mod.

//d/-t?t
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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent


nceds ltr appantu!, blackboards, etc.; als glvc thc namcs of Dupib not providcd with books. naming the books necdeJ. Scggct whcrcin thc Coutrty supcrintcndcnt catr co-olcntc with you for thc advanccscnt of your school, dc.)

TEACFIER'S SUMMARY REPORT


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Begins

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No. pupils enrolled No. non-resident pupils enrolled


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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 t{ ttendance Reg;ster) ; please

the names, corresponding to each number; 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 g6od reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should sh6w the status of each pupil at the close of each term each being classified in the grade which he has just fniilred. 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive

Write Answers to the following Questions:


Is your U.tr,

fill it out with ink from your Classification Register and return it to me at the end of the ladt month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection.
Study the plan given below and follorv

school Do you make daily preparation for your

nr*r"r*ostecl up.in your room? -lt, 4/

If

you have not a Classification Register in your School /et me lnow at once; also inform the President of your School Board or your Director.

it

accurately.

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Register can be obtained at the County Super-

will

intendent's oficePlease endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at lnce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination.

work ? Do you give OraI La guage Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, ancl
havethem write from ten to twenty minutes

to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

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

8th. 9th.

Certifcates of Promotion and Monthly Reports

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How to Classify Your School in the Classifica.tion Register. 1st. Read the course of study carefully; notice
the number of grades and the work that each grade

under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and "passed a satisfactory exarnination, credit him with it in the column of "studies Completed this f'erm."
also record it in the ''Record of Siudies Completed," in the back part of the Register. f-his record should

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,

includes.

1 'o' Do you spend ai least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to /l#' all grades? Do you have thoseuin the Third and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language wofk ?TL'^Do you give Number Work to the
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show every study which each fupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district school. The graduating of classes is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keepingpupils graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study.
class

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas for


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This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your Classifi cation Re gister (not't tte.n d a n c e Reei te r) ; please 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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the names, corresponding to each numberr'in the '"Names of Pupils." column of 5th. The frst classification of any sc\ool 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

T[rite Answers to the. following Questions:

, Is your

daily program posted up in your

school ,oo^'? '<'r), Do you make daily preparation for your

9i,

Study the plan given below and follorv

If

you have not a Classification Register in your School let me lnozu at once; also inform the President of your School Board or your Director.
The Register
can be obtained at the County Super-

it

accurately.

he has just fnished.

will

intendent's ofice. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at once, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

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

from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination.

7th. A pupil changing from one. school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive

work Do you give Oral l,anguage Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and
have them write from ten to twenty minutes
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to avoid

clashing ot

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.


the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the work that each grade
Read

1st.

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has most ol 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,

includes.

finder the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. Wheh 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 Sludies Completed," in the back part of the Register. This record shculd

Do you spend at least fifteen ininutes daily in giving special drills in writing to , *(* 4 y' : all grades? \A Do you have those in thb Third" and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language work ? Do you.give Number Work to the t lower grad.es d*tyl ,9 +: Do you try to decorate your school rooml -

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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

from "dropping ouC' of school. Diplomas


graduation

for

will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. The "syllabus of Classes" shows every class in each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed

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

All pcrsns arc mmed against maklng or publishlnr tlis blank, or any mod' l6dtiotr of it, as it bclongs to a gcrics consisting of "Wclcb's systcm of suqcr' vlslon," ud is undcr copyrigbg

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ITEMS OF REPORT

Tbacher's Remarks to Superintendent


(Norn-Sutc what your sb@l nccdi in appamtus, blackboards, ctc.i alrc glvc tbc namcs of puDile not p.rovidcd with books, naming tbc books ncclc.l. Srggcst wbcrcin tbc coutrly supcriotcndctrt so co'opctltc witb you for thc advlnccment of your school, ctc.)

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DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION
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BRANCHES Beginr

No. pupils enrolled No. non-resident pupils enrolled


Total No. days attendance
Average daily attendance

Total No.

duys absence

No.

cases tardiness absent

No. neither tardy nor

Value of school apparatus

No. volumes in librarv No. living trees on

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the names, corresponding to each numberr'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.clos of each term each being classified in the grade which he has justfnisied. ' 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive

lVrite 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 terril. It will be kept for public inspection.
Study the plan given below and follorv

Is.yirur daily program posted up in your ,('/). school room?

j,l-

Do 5's11make daily preparation for your

If you have not a Classification RegiSter in your School let me Inout 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 lnce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately.

wofk?

a1

will

from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which

enable the teacher whose school he enters to

Do you give Oral Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and
have them write from ten to twentv minutes

classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates of Promoion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low,. so as to avoid clashing ot
Be

9th.

just

and

opinion by successive teachers.

daily ? Do you daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades ? Do you

How tq Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

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

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,

2d.

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 "Retord of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. This record should show every study which each pupil completes, until
he finishes the course and graduates from the district
classes is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keeping pupils

Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language work ? Do you give Number Work to the lower grades daily?

Do you try to
room?

decorate your school

school. The graduating of

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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

in each stuiy, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class during the term. 'I'he names of pupils
class

4th. The "Syllabus of

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belonging to each class may be found by referring to

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TEA,CHER'S SUMMARY REPORT '


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DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION
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No. pupils enrolled No. non-resident pupils enrolled


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Average daily attendance

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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.
Classifi cation Register (not'! ttendance Ree;ster) ; please

the names, corresponding to each nurirber, in the


column of "Names of Pupils."

Tlrite Answers to the following Quistions:


Is your daily program posted up in your

5th. , The;frst classification of any school is the most difrcult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers.should not change the classifica-

This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your

tion left by their.predecessors rvithout good reason.

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.

6th. "The clasbification. 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

school room?

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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 once, so that all the schools may be classificd before the end of the term.

Study the plan given below and follow

it

accurately.

be has justfnished.

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changing from one school to any other in which this Register is usgd, 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. Cerfficates of Pramotion and Monthly Repons 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 of opinion by successive teachers.
Section !808. "The county superintendent shall require of each teacher under his supervision a term report, giving name, classification and grades of each pupil: Provided, that in schools employing more than one teacher the term report for the entire school shall be prepared and filed bythe principal in charge. No teacher shall receive the last month's salary until he presents a receipt for the.term report, signed by the county superintendent." (Revised Statutes 1909.)

7th. A pupil

Do you [ive OraI Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and
have them write from ten to twenty minutes

How to Classify Your School in the Classifica.tion R.egister.

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

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daily t 'Ll " ' Do yclrl spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades? -TahLlJ& , flt /E r

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has most of. his wor\ 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,
passed a satisfactory examination, credit

includes.

" Do you have those in the Third and Fourth Reader grades rvrite at least one letter each week besides other language
work ?

under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and
also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. This record should

' Do youv give Number Work to the


Iower grades dally? \t.o . tf Do you try to decbrate your school

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


show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the district school. The graduating of classes is one of the greatest.incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

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from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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

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4th. lThe "Syllabus of Classes" shows every in each study, and the pupils (indicated by

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Failure to File--this"E-efoit in the Superintendent's Oftce will be entered in his Record against
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This reporting sheet corresponds to the- classification sectio-n of four CombineclRegister; please fill it out with ink from your Register and return to me at

the end of the lasi rnonth-'of the term. It will be kept for public inspeetion. Study the plan given bea lo* and-follow if accurately. ff you have notat Combined Register in your School let $9 hnow
once; also infdrm the Piesident of your School Board

'classify him without

has iust finished. fn making your recommendations in tfie section atrright of ''Pages Canvassed this Term," beljust. $f,i_s sgction classifies this school ttx for v6ur sriicessoi. Malie no recommendations that you-would not folow scrupulously were you to continue rvork in this school next term. ?th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in wli.ir tfris FeEister is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, rvhich ' will enable the teacherrvhose school he enters to

Wrile Answers to the Followin!'Qu'aitions:


sa
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1.
2,
work?

Is yourdaily prbgram posted up in your

school rcom?

intendent's office.

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

Please endeavor to have a Register provided fot your school- at oncc, so that your: school may be classified before the end of the term.

ports to Parents are valuable helps and may be obtained from the Countv Superintendent. gth. Be just and f-air in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of opinlon Dy successrve f,eacners.

8th.

Certificates

examination. of Promotion ancl Monthly Re-

Do you make daily preparation for your


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The following rvill assist you

Hory to'Classify Your School

in the Classification
folm in-

accurately: the sum of the days of absence of all pupils enrolled days a durinE the term. Do not count the 'When pupil was a pupil is "drop-pecl" as "days of absence." ""droiied" he is not a member of your school and henc-e-cannot be considered as "absent" in the sense in rvhich the word "absent" is here used. Absence that is less than half a day will be reportccl as a half day's absence; fol example, if a punil comes bcfore the close of the forenoon recess' iount him tardy only; but if he should not arrive until after the lforenoon reccss, count him absent a half. day. Observe the same rule for the afternoon

number of forms and the rvorl< that each


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1st.

Register. the course of study carefully; notice the Read

Total Number of Days of Absence-This will

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write from ten to twenty minutes daily?

Do you spend

at least fifteen minutes

2d. Ascertain in which form of the Course each' punil has most of the work, and classify him in that ioim. If he has not all of his studies in this form, hrark the forhr in rvhich such other studies are found,
u-nder

daily in giving special drills in writing

in

all

s'ampte form

the headings for these respective studies. .(See in Register.)


.When a

in the column of "siudies Completed this Term," also I record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the ReEister'. This record should, show everlt study which each pupil completes, until I

nassed a satisfdctorv examinatibn, credit hirn rvith

3d.

pupil has completed ? -study

and

it

he finishei the dourse and gra-duates from the district schb'ol. The graduatinF of classes is one of the

qreatest ilcentives-that can Ee used in keeping pupils f]rom "droppine out" of school. Diplorras for graduation wili be Turnished by the County Superintendent fol all pupils tvho finish the course of study. 4th, The "syllabus of Classes" shows every-classt in each study, dnd the pupils (indicatedby-numbers-)l belonging t6'it, also the- pages canvassed by each -durlng thd term. The riames of pupils belongclass inE to eacli class may be found by referring to the n"fnes, corresponding'to each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils'" 5th. The first classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with nruch care" SucceedinE teachers should not change the classification left b=y thei:r predecessors ytth-out good reason'
str6utd sh,or.' the status of each pupil at the c-lose of ea"h [et:"ieach being classified in the grade rvhich he'

Total Nurnber of Days of Attendance-This u'ill be the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled during the term. The total number of tlays of attendance, plus the total number days of absence, should ALWAYS equal the total number days of membership. This fbct wiII enable you to test the accuracy of your results' AveraEe Dailv Attenclance-This is found by dividinE tli'e total days of attendance by the number of
days

sesslon.

ink in Writing Lessons? -,fu&----- ----- -U 6. Where do you expectto teach next term?

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

laught.

Alwrays express

the quotient as

7. If you do not at present


give the" name of the school? Vacation Address:

have a position

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fU-e classihcation as

left by

each t-eacher

more should be called 1. Number ViolatinE Compulsory Attenda.nce LawThe larv requires afpupilJ between the ag-es of seven and sixteen-to attenii sihool r:egularly at least twenty-four consecutive weeks. It does not apply to pup-ilslvho live more than two rniles from school. - \Ilhole Number of Days Taught-Count every day for rvhich you draw pay as taught. AveraEe-Cost of Tiriiion per llonth per Pupil This is found-by dividing the ambunt paid the teacher per month by the average daily attendance for thc term.

for next term, will you notify this office as soon as you get the promise of a position-and

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TEACITER'S REl{|ARKS TO SUPIRII'ITEI'IOEI{T

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DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION

(NorE-State what your schol needs in-appargtus' blackboards'. etc.:'also give the names of pupils not prolided with books, ,namlng tfte inoks-iieetled. Suggest w[erein the CounW Su-perjntendent can cGopemte lvith you for the advanccmcnt ot your scnool' erc',,

District --

ITEMS OF REPORT

Boys

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pupils errrolled
3ince

Whole number different

3.'Nb. enrollednotpreviously enrolled in this county


this school veal

Whole riumber difrerenr nunils enrolled this term _t

Julv 1

to

date

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4. Number of pupils belonginE at date of tbis report /_a 5. N-umber pupils dro:pped this term and not returned 6. Number enrolled between _l/. 7 and 16 years of age 7- Number non-resident __2__ nunils enrolled 'Nirmber

8.

enrolled eslewhere this


term
AFTERNOON SESSION

pupils previously

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10. 11.

Total number days of membeship Total number days absence Total number days attendance Average daily attendance Number neither absent nortardy

t2. Total number cases tardiness

13. 14. 15.

Number violating compulsory attendance law

16. L7. 18.

Compensation of teacher per

19. Number volumesin librarV-fi4|fi, 20. Number living trees on groun<I--y'f AA'*-------21. Hasyour sch6ol a flae?---Y7.Af certify that the above and within reports are correct
Teacher----R. E. D. No.--------Home Address
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Failnre to File thie Roport in the Superintenil. ent'e Oflico will bo entored in his Record
agninet tho Teachor ae a Deroliotion of I)nty.
This reportingsheet corresponds to the classification section of your- Combined li,egister; please fill it out with ink from your Register and return to me at the end of the last-month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection. Studv the plan eiven below and foliow it accurately. If ybu have no1 a Combined Register in your Scliool lei me Isnotn o,t once; also inforir the President of your School Board or your Director' The Register can be obtained at the County Superintendent's office. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school q,t once, so that your school may be classified before the end of the term.

tinished,. In makine vour lecommendationsintheseciion at right of "Pa[ds Canvassedthis Term," be just. This section classifies this school for your successor. Make no recommendation that you would not follow
scrupulously ri'ere you

Write Answers to the Following Questions:

next term.

to

continue work in this school

?th. A pupil changins fr6m one school to any other in which thii Regisfer-is used, may receive fiom his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th, Certificates of Promotion aad Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps, and may be obtainecl from the County Superinten$ent. 9th. Be:rust and,fair in your markings, neithertoo high nor too low, so as to avoiclclashing of opinion by
successlve teacners.
i,'

I. Is your daily
school room?

program

posted up rn your

2.
work?

Do you

preparation for your

the First and Secoird Reader Classes, and have


The lollowing will aesist yorr in rna&in yorr" "' Report aoouratoly:
sum of the davs

them write from

ten to trventy minutes daily?

Eow to Glaseify Your Sohool in tho Glaesification Register.


1st..Read the course of study carefully; notiee the number of forms anclthe workthateach formincludes. 2d. Ascertain in which form oftheCourse each pupil has most of his work, and classify him in that form. If he has not all of his 3tudies in thi! form, mark the form in which such other studies are found, 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. Thie 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

Total Number of Days of Absence-This will be the

i.

ingthe term.- Do not count the-diys a pupil was "d=ropped" as "days of absence." When a pupil is "drobied" he is not a member of your schboi and henci^cannot be Lonsidered as "absdnt" in the sense
in'which the word "absent" is here used.
as a

of

absence

of all pupils enrolled dur-

you spend at least fifteen minutes daily in '[iving special drills in writing in all
^

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.

5. 6.

I
Do you have your pupils use pen and Wherg do you expect to teach next term?

that can be used in keeping pupils from "dropping out" of school, Diplomas for graduationwill be furnished by the County- Superintei-dent for all pupils v/ho finish the course of study. , 4th. The "Syllabus of Classes". shows every class in

Total Number of Days of Attendance-This will be the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled during the term. The total number of dayd'of " attendance, plus the total number days of absence, ehould ALWAYS equal the total number days of. membership. This fact will enable you to test the accuracy of your results. I Average Daily Attendance-This is founcl bV dii;iaing the fotal diys of attndance by the number of

in the WEiting Lessons?-....3i.

1. If you do uot at
as you get the promise

present have a position

by referring to the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of .'Names of Pupils." 5th. The firsf classification of anv schoolis the most clifficult, and stroluld be made with niuch cale. Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left by their predecessors without good reason, 6th. The classification as left bv eachteacher should show tbe status of each pupil at ihe close of each term each being classified in 'th'e grade which he has just
each class may be found

during the term. 'Ihe names of pupils belonging to

each study, ancl the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class

tauEht. Alwavs express the quotient as a whole - A fraction thaf is less th-an a half should be dropped, but a fraction that is a half or more should
davs

nuhber.

i Ior next

term, rvill you notify this office as soon

be called 1. Number Violating Compulsory Attendance LawThe law requires all pupils between the aEes of seven and sixteen'to attend sdhool regularly at least twentyfour consecutive weeks. It does not apply to pupils who live more than two miles from school.
Whole Number of Days Taught-Count every day for whicb you draw pay as taught. Average Cost of Tuition per Month per Pupil-This is found by dividing the amount paid the teacher per month by the average daily attendance for the term

of a position-and

give

the name

of the school?

Vacation Address:

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DAILY PROGRAM.
FOBENOON SESSION
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TEACIIER'S SUMMARY REPORT


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Teacher's Remarks

//x:y''/72
to
Superintendent

DAILY.PROGRAM

DAILY PROGRAM
AfTERNOON

co-oDerate

(NOTE)-Suggest wherein the Countv Superintendent cgn +ith vau for the advsncement of your school' etc'

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Teacher's Summary for Period Com
School was in Sessioo......f.

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

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Total days attendance, B";"..."../..:l/-2.5:. Gir1s.-....C-:.2 Boys......'.-.-.../3.-------,Gir]s................4.. Average daily attendance, Number of days absent, Boys.....-........./",-----..--.--,Gir]s................ Number of cases tardiness, pov,....................'...../-............. Number neither absent nor tardy, Number volumes in school 1ibrary.....-......... Value of school 1ibrary................ General condition of library boo1rs.............. General condition of school room............... Number of trees on school ground in thrifty Condition of out buildings, Boys'................... Condition of out buildings, Girls'..-........... :6." Condition of Coal Teacher's salary per month, $... Number of Visits,
General Rem

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TEACIIER.

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Please use the space below to report eny books you rule which are not adopted by this county and to .grve the grlade in which used.

Failure to fill this report and ffle it with the to leeve a copy of it in the Clsssifcation register, will be sufficient cause
county superintendent anil to refuse renewal or reEistratlon o-i the EFtincate. W and the State Course.

This report agrees with fte outline for this Coun-

Pupils shall complete the work outlined for each year and spend the rest of the time in review. your successor. They should be filled very carefully.

daily program you leave will be of much help to

The classification report in your register and the

The following will assist you in making your Beport accurately: Total Number of Days of Absence-This will be the sum of the days of absence of all pupils enrolled during the term. Do not count the days a pupil was tdoopped' as t'days of abgence". 'When a pupil is ttdropped" he is not a member of your school, and hence cannot be considered as "absent" in the sense in which the word 'absenf is here used.

least twice each day?--.---.-.Do your

read this

CONVENIENT DIBECTIONS Number Belonging Each Day.-From total number enrolled subtract the number whose names
have been dropped.

1.
2.

(IIow to fnd)

Directord..-.--..9.---.-....--.....--.-. C,o. Sup't -......-/---"-..-....-.

a a o L tt .d

total number of days all pupils belonged by nrmber of days taught 8. Average Daily Attendance.-Divide the total number of days attended by the number of days
taught
Express the quotient as a whole trumber.

Average l{r'mhs1 Belouging.

Divide the

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4. Average Cost of Tuition per Month.-Divide amount paid teacher per month by the average daily attendance for tem.
6. lte Total Number of difrerent persons enmlled during the year is found by taking the su:m of the tqta-l e-nrollment fprthe first tem, the nurnber errolled second not enrolled the flrsL and the number enrolled the third not enrolled the first or
second

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Have you sent report-card to parents at the end of each month ?-......-- ....Iffi*t Number of eip:hth ghade pupils who expect to graduate------------L-------------. Eave they fnished all of the books as per Course of Study Outlirre?ffi..-. Are you allowing your pupils to do more tlan Ure lnrnher of pages outlined for each grade each year? ..-.&-..aaz"t-u--.ak4h--ta..,..---.....-....-..------.-..... Are tJrey doine supplJmentanr and review work they doing suppldrnentary work after they finish the-work outlined for the'grade?

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COMPULSOBY ATTENDANCE

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Do you do tJre Janitor work a.fter 4 P. M. each
dav ? -.-........ -I
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The law reguires arll pupils between the agps of seven aad sitteen to attend seihool regularly at least twenty-four consecutive weeks, beginnias Sept lst. Whole Number of Days Taught-Oormt every ilay for which you draw pay as taught.

WffiHffi::f/E;::: :of next


tem..-..---.--......-----.

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PLEASE ANSWER FULI,Y your recitao

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TEACHER'S BEMABKS TO SI]PEBINTENDEI{T

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Address
ITEUS OF EEPORX

TEACEEB'S SUMMABY BEPORT

DAILY PROGRA}I
FOBDNq)N SBSION

atus, blackboards, etc.l also give the name of pupils not provided witb books, nnming the books needed"

(Not+State what your school neds in

appa,r-

Suggest wherein the County Superintendent ca,n cooperate with you for the advancememt of your school, etc.)

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I[hole number diferent pile enrolled to date
last September

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Whole number different


pils errolled this term...--..

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No. enrolled not ' enf5Ud ir t:ifu coidiiy


school yea.r
-.-...-.-.

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Number of pupils at date of this report Number pupils dropped

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tem

and not retunred

Number enrolled between


and 16 years of age Number of pupils from districts enrolled tbis Average number belonging ..-.--L4-.A-------

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SESSIION

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Total nrmber days absence ----LLA----.--.. Total number days attendance -/{G-!L-Average dally aftendance .---..-1.Afr.... --Total nunber cases of ta,rdiness
Nnmber neither absnt nor tardy --.4.-.-.-

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Number violating compulsory attendance low

Nnmber volumes

ldfp* e'rnFensation t"*;;';;; "f

whole number of days taught .--./.-?-L per month for each pupil

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.qhil ::iu llbra,rry -.-.----....-------.. -- t-------.---

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Number living trees on gmuud

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a flag and pole and rope?

I certify
Teacher

that the

witlin

reports are
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Value of appanhrs

A 7 I + f,
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Home

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TO BE FILLED OUT BY TEACEER OR PRINCIPAI

TpecHERS'

AxxuAL
Year of 1912-13

R.p,poRT

For districts maintaining ten years of school work or less

(2.)

Enrollrnent for the year by grades.


2nd Yr.
Boys-

(Do not count any pupil more than once.)


sth Y
Boys

;;F;
3l

3rd Yr.
Boys

4tb Y
Boye

6th Yr.
Boys

?rh

Y
Girls
6\

8th Yr.
Boys

9tb Yr.
Boys

lfth Yr,
Boys

---Total
Boys

Girls

Girls

uIls
I

Girls

Girls Boye

Girls

Girls

Girls

Girtr

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1'ota1....../... ......

(3.) Length of school year in months:.......... . ( . Actual aumber of days school was in session:....... l...k-ig (4.) Whole number of difierent teachers employed cluring the year (inclucle item 11 and . Women.........1........ ... . . ..Men..... those who may have resigned during the year)...
(5.)NumberofeighthgradegraduatesorpromotionS.....

(6.)
(L2.)

Number of pupils (lf


a room hai been taught by morc

(11.)Numberofregularteachers(reportonIyoneteacherforeachteachingposition)....Men...........Womeo..'..../....'......
thu
one teacher,

cout only

the one teacbing tbe longer part of thc term.)

Are you a graduate of a College and Staie Normal School?....................

College?.....

A State Normal School?................'...

A,

year high

(Give only one schooifor each teacher.)

"ct

oon@...
earned

If

not a graduate, have you attentled a State Normal

scfroofr....Rf*o. A high ..U*if...-Q.px-'S....

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(13.) Amount of salarv


(14.) (16.)

(If a room hre bim taught bi more than one teacher,

bv teachers.

coDsider the salary paid

to all for the

one

teching the longu

put

ol the ternJ

(r7.)
(18.)

Number of seats or sittings for study (capacity)......9.

:t....

'

(19.)

How_

maqy y-ears have-you.taug!! in this clistrict?..,,...........2*,,. (If more than one teacher i5 smploye{, as shown by item 11, give length ot servlce ot each, ln custnct., - -: .

(20b.) Number*of

trant ofcers

' 1912... ....-...


...

(21.) Amountof alltaxeslevieclforschoolpurposes, madeAugust,

......$...'.:fr.'.p-.4.".
...$.......-..'

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(22.) Amount of bondecl ihdebtedness, July 1, 1913. r_r' (23.) Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary rSding books for class use. ., . ,'./ ,0. (24.) Number of private schools ia the district:..........".............
(a) Number of teachers

. .Men........................ Womeo....,,,,............ Totaf... employed... (b)Numberofpupi1senro1led.....'..'Boys...........'.......'...Girls......'........'........To..'.,..'''...'...'..

.(25.)Numberofpersonsbetweentheagesof12and21whoareunab1etoread

* (26,) Amount of endowment or permanent fund y' ,l-,{ //\


-(Confcr

with the Clerk of the Board relative to qustions la, 21, 22, 24' 25 nd 26.) <fA" nuobers in parentheses corspond to numbers in the Directorst Annual Report).

belonging to this

district.

. . . . . .$.......'-..

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


Date school closed:

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rors.

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

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TO BE FILLED OUT BY TEACEE;R OR PRINCIPAL IN CEARGE OF BI'ILDING

TE,tcFIERs' AxxuAL RPPoRT


Ynen

or 1913-14
W^e.,.2..-2ne|tf
one")
7th Yr,
Boys

*ffiS......6-ant .'lL.tt .t*orvt


2.
Enroltnent for the year by
Y Bovs
2ncl

-n=p*}"-.tl....................county,minois

grade.

(Do not couat aay pupil more than


4th Ya
Sth Yr. Boys Gtrlg

Yr.
Glrfs

3ril Yr.
Boys

6th Yn Boys
GlrLs

8th Yr.
Boys

9th Yr,
Boys

l0th Yr
Boye Gtrls

llth Yr
Boys

12th

Yr. clrls

7l
3.

Girls Boys

Gtrb Boy6

e*b

Girls

Gtd:

Gltls

Glrlg

Boys

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?Total: EleoeatarY..'.,

5.

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Sec@dary

(Bgh)....

Leneth of school year in months:...&,..i{S-*"

Actual number of days school was in swioa:..'... .|...k.,..f.


MALE
F'EMALE TOTAL

4.
5. 6.

Whole number of difiereat persoosi e'mployed as teachers in thil buildin^g for the whole or part of +his disttict the year, who have not b-een tranderred to another buildins in

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

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8. 9,

Number sf high school tuition pupils. Admioistrative ofrcers (does not apply to oae-room districts):
(a) Superintendents who 6o
116

(b) Principals
10.

...:'.' and Supervisors who teach less than half time.... 6sanhing
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.

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Teachers ancl orincioats who teach half time or mof,e (if room, only iount-the one teaching the longer part of 'the term) . . .

more +.bo. one persoa has

taught in a

tl.

TotalnumberofteacLiagpositions (sumofgand 10) (showonlytheactualpositioas)


of a College ancl State Normal

'.........

12. Te.chers'qualifcatioas: Nuobergrailuates

A Normal sclro,ll?.-6,..31ril-h4-..
..............................?

Afour-yearhighschool?... .... If not a graduate,how maoy have attended a college? A State Normal School?........... A Hich $chool?..(2tfAl"W (Give ooly highest graduatioa or attendl11 above.)

ane of each teacher at work at end of term. The total must correspond wit'h No.
13.

AmountofannuaIsalaryearnedbyteachers:Men,$...,...'....'.......'.....:....:i.Wo.9en,8.'.,3-'!p..a..:.;..:.;3o''$, '*Cf dl' but couat bge; naa ly #ot"iGo bo" putsid, give as annual sariry tne ium earned
served

,;&ti"" fr5 longest.)

* t4. Total days' attendance of all pupils enrolled. . . . . +


16.

Is the building owned or rentecl

,, r I .7.7:.O.&,, .f. h.6. 3.,., by district?. g:l4J:134-8!

9y

the one (man or woman) who

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18.

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Value of school

(a) Sites anA

property: fuifai"es. '


.

\ ^ $""""""""""""""""" '@

(b) Equipme,nt (firoiture, library, apparatus, etc.). '

Total.

19. Give length of

service

in this

district of

3 yrs.?.....-......-....... 4

yrs.?-.-*-.-'..".

10 yrs.?...................... 11 yrs.?.................... 17 yrs.?-.-....-........... 18 vrs?..'....'...--.....

20. Promotioa of helth antl atteadaace:


(a) Number of inspectors employedl
(b) Numberof

n
-ade August, LgIs. - .
class

/-t

,rr^r^r

2L. Amouat of all taxes leviecl for

school pu4roses,

$"""'#"25",""'
$""7?'O'n"g*""

22. Amount of bontlett

inclebtedness,

July 1,

LgL4'.. use.

23. Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary reading bools for

""""'7'0""""""""

24, Number of private


(b) Number

schools

in the district:.'.'...71r.0*r1*"'t...'......'.""'

(a) Nr:mber of teachers

e,mployed. of pupils enrolled..

" " "Men""'


''8oys""""""""""""

25.Numberofpersonsbetwentheagesof.L2aad21whoareunabletoreadlandwrite.'Boys........................b............'......'....

26. Ilave you any departmental


27. Amount of mdowment -

(rit;;;;;bG-t*;bdfiAffiI;;?iltrldtdiL-q"otio"s

or peruanentfund belonging to this district.

$'r"'.""""""""""""' J...... r:.... 18,2!,22,24,25and2lrcaAiry,lett'heitemsremaiablank.)

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29. SAIARIES .O8 TEACEERS


Enter in the followiag table the auober of teac.hers tn rlay scftools paid the difierent aruual galariee.

Elprmlrrenv
Slr,enrrs
Men
'Women

SecoNDARv

Men

Women

Ser,enrss

Men

Women

Mm

Women

Less than $200.. Less

. .

$f,200 to 811299.
Sl--3OO

to $300 to $400 to $500 to


S20O

$299..

tr Sl-.fq),

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

$lr,r!00 to $11499

lRl-ffn in Sl-(OO'
$1,6q) to $1,699 $1r7dl to $1'799

$6mb

$609....
$799

to S800 to $900 to
$700

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Sr.8fil to

S1-8Oq

$890... $900...

lnt-qn to st^qxl
$2,(nO

b S2'llgg
aad ovet

Slrfi)0 to $1,099.

$2,500 to $2,999
t$3r(Xl0

sl,l00

b sl,l99.

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NOTICE.

this report in iluplicate, except ia districts having two or mone buildings and a superinteodent, and file one cppy with the derk of the school board and -ail the other copy to the county superintendent at the dose of school.
Ma^ke out

In districts haviag two or aore buildingp and a supe.rintendent, only one copy is to be made by the Principd of each building and 6led with the Superintendent who is to consolicilate the several reports aod aa,ke one copy for the Clerk of the school board and one to be maited to the County Superiateadent at the close of school.

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TEACHERS' ANb{UAI- REPORT


Ypnn or 191f15
n / -T1r/ .,, /1 Dily,, ') 4 uneof t7 -/t ,'/ 'l / s"nmi.:..*...k2-,.,(A"'d/,t*:,.'...,.k,k.z't..L.*'v:.L.:.'..'......N':'.Ai..J'....,'../,(',L.:Q^{'):(H'u.{2:L
Earollnent for the year by grades. (Do not couat any pupil aore than once.)

3.
4, 5. 6.
7.

Length .of school year in, moa1hr,....................8...

Actual nutber of days school was in session , ... ................/..(.2..

of , / district. .-. . . . . .Men................Women.....1.....Tota1......i...... .... Numberofeight,hgradegraduatesorpromotions'..Boys.......-.!......Girls....rll'.........To......c2......,.


ffiole number of different persons mploved the yer and who have aol been trandeired
as teachers.in this

buildiae for the whole or part

from another buildiag in this

Numbet of elenoeotary pupils paying tuition.

8. 9.

Numberofhighschoo1graduates.j:;.....Boys..'.''..........Girls....,....'.... .....8oys....... ..... r,, Numberof highschool tuitioa puprls.


Arlministrative oficers (does aot apply to oae-r@m districts): (a) Supmintendents who do no teric[iag (b) P_riacipals and Supervisors who teach less than half

.. ..
".,

. .......
in a

time.

"9d . . . .&1en................\ilomeo............Tota1.
room ..Ms................T[omen............Total.................

.M4................'Women..........

ro.

Teachers and principals sho teach half time or more (if more than one person has taught only couat t'heoaiteaching thelongerpart of

theterm)

.......

t1. Total aumber of teaching positioas (sum of 9 aad 10) (Sow onlytheactual positions).......... ...Men................Womo............Total...

t2. ouatif&tioqsofteachers:NumbergradlqatesofaCol1egeandStateNormalScbool?...........ACo1te
A Normal School

only?...

A fouTear High School only?..............--.......

If not a graduate,

how many have attesded e colle(e?

.....,...............-.? A State Normal School?......J... A HiCb School?....../-.. (Givc only highest graduation or attsdaace of each teacher at work at ead of term. The total must not be'more thaa No;11 abov'e.)
13.

AmountofanaualsaIaryeamedbyteaeeers:Meu,$...'..............'..''';Womeo,$'......j.f.]............;Total"$..........fl]
(If a position
has been held by more than one person, give as a.nnual salary the

sun

erad

by all for the

sx holdiag the positioa loagest.)

14.

Total days' attendaace of all pupils

cnrolled.

...

...23.9.7/a,-.

16. 17.
18.

Number of sittiags for study (capacity) (double seats to be counted as two sittiugs) . , . . 3.A.t
$..............................

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

..

Total.........
19.

.......
t

........i t.W,t.-.l,,kfu.
2 yrs.?......

Give length of service in this district of teachers holding positions at cloe of school:

"""'i""""""""'-""""

L7ytE.?......................tsyrs.?......19yrs.?.................'..2oyrs.ormore?....''.'.''......(c[""tp_"rtot

:0.Promotionofhea1th:Numberofaurseseoployed?..'.......'.....Physiciaas?.......'........Amountpaidnurses?''?hysici?'......'..,''.,.
Nrmber of pupils eramiaed for physicu,t defects or contagion?....,-........-.......Number found a,frected?........................Numbor of homes'visited by
ourso or inspectiog oficer?........................

Promotion of atteodance: Numberof krrant officens mployed?...............,Men?..............Women? Amount paid truaat offcers?................ Number sf nhildren aot attmding school between the ages of 7 and 14?...,................ 14 aad t6?.................... Number of childreo arreted and

. .

placed in charge of teac.her?...-.............Ntrmber seotenced by a court toa deliaguent school?....................Nqrnber of schml and age certificate
issued? $............................. $.............,...

21. Amount of all taxes levied for school purposes, made August 1914. 22. Adount of boaded iodebtedness, July 1, 1915. ..
23. Number of volume lo library
exclusive of supplementary reading books for class

"*.

..

.h{,

.. .. . . . .

24,.Nrrmhrofiprivateschoo1sint,hedistrict?.'.......'..........Numberoftec.hersemp1oyed?.'.....'....'.......Melr?......'........
of pupils erqtotled io elementary.grades (lst to

8th):

Soysl......./.O.......

Girls?--,.2...,

Secondary Grades (gth

b l2thh loys?...........-.-

Gi'ls?...-...'.'''..........'CollegeGrades(13t'hto16th):Boys?.

'25-Nrrmberofpersonsbetweeatheages'of|'2aad'2twho'areunabletoreadaadwrite:Boys........,....^...'*.-c'i']s-...*'-'.-...'...Totat"

26. Ilave you any departmental 27.Anountofmdowmentorperaanentfundbelongingto+.hisdistrict''....,....:.... (If you are unable to obtaiu the informstion called forin St 18,21-,22,25 aad27 readiln let T99S.

the

itms

remaia blank )

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29. SAf,I|RIES

OI'TBACEERS.

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Enter ta the followlog tablo the ruaber of teachers in day schools patd the difierent annsal salaries.

Er,sMsNrlnY Srcorolty
Sar.emss

Men

Women

Men

Women

Sar.nsrEs

Men

Women

Men

Womer:

Less tha! $200..


$200 $300

lBl -2OO

fo

!*1^2OO

to;

.$2ee

!11--1OO +n lRl

--t0o

to $400 to
tof

$399...
S499. .
.

$1-4OO

to

!81-4(Xt
lRt

!tl -lon to
$l-6OO

-5oo

$5oo $600

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

to $l-6OO

to $700 to |
$800 $uuu
$9(X) $eoo

$1-700 to Sl-Zqg Sl -tOO fn


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lll

ROO

tol

$8ee. . .
S999.

fo

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to 32190

.$11000 -st,ooo to $11099.

$2.500 to $2.090
11 nnn

$lrl00 to $l,l9g.

4nd
f

Total (same as ltem


NOTICE.
cchool board to be_6led

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Make out this"report in duplicate, except in districts having two or more buildings and a superirtendent, and file one copy with the cterk of the with the township treasurer, and mail the other cnpy to the county superiotendent at the close of school.

In districts having two or more buildings and a superintendent, only one copy is to be made by fhe Principal of each building a,nd 6ted with the Superintemdent, who'is to consolidate the severat reports and make one copy for the Clerk of the school board to be filed with the township treasurer, and one to be mailed to the County Superintendent at the close of se.hool.

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


Y*ul"-tgru-tO

*ffi#r.-....--ee{../(kkr;l
All Uoder
21 Years of Age.

[.

School ceasus:

Gtrlg

9,6
Elenentary

/'Z

Total

a'

{ 6

r** I ,ri",.- j u*v,. r""". !*"'. I r.* fffiffi ll;t*l*t-lTl 3. l"Ffl7l i"1l-l A-tri ii";ly) el I l/ Elf-ll-l--l flI-l i'-Ll-l] l-lll;-r"-r:
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,

Secondary (Frigh)

2a:. IIow maay of the

lF-Fl ilF;! ";;l-*"*;"'.*i""+,;; I [l--L-l- i-l r - | |


above were enrolled

ffi

,*"r.

,*r,.

*r"

Grandrotal

u*"

-;

Gir,s

district, during the

yeaf,....

rn some other drstnut of thrs State before enrolling in

this

.. . ..8oys....................Gir1s....../........Tota1..../.......
of teachers for spriog

3.Lengthofschoolyearinmonths:.........'....'...f.....'....Actua|numberofdaysschoolwasinsdon:

4. Number of vacaacies causecl by aerrt}f,.7J.Oy..U. Resigration, etc.?..?..t(LA.*e-Change 5, Nuober of eighth grade graduates or promotions 6. Nnmber of etementary firition pupils a,ffsnding this school 7. Number of higb school graduates.... 8. Number of bigh school tuition pupils attending this school
l,*.Administrative oEcers (does not apply to one-room districts): (a) Superinteadeoh wlo do no te,chiag

tetm?..fMt4/^Totil.h..q.W

..BoyskHlhl&Gil/rs.l*.fiY.14Totat...l.ffie

... ....Boys:7'.Mb1s..*'4v...4fot*7*Ay...e,g
.....Boysftuaw1..Ghls.klAUteToal)eaula.
.Boys..fuata6hls'2-4g1lt?ZtotaLk'k*:t2..

... .. .Mcr./..1&l4'.Womqkitg.Total'.L*r:ll,*:c.. ,Men.M&ue.Women..H.&.ty'fltal...l*.r.2.*A. in a


room
.

.50.

(b) Htrcipab and Supervisors who teach less than half Teachers and principals who teach half time or more (if more fhan ooe pcrsoo bas taugbt only count tn" ooi teachiag the longer part of the term). Total aumber of teching positions (sum of
Quatifications of teachers:
9

time.

1(. |t.

and 10) (show only the actual positions). of a College


Schoot

Nrrmber

.Men.7..a.Q./?AfiVom.o&?.Mortl.?*tt.and State Normal Sehool?.....(?/L#*<...a4..,... A College ooly?.....M,......

A Normal *haol only?.2/1,r&T1L.... A four-year High

only?.....f...............

If not a graduate,

how many have attenaled a college?

,*.?6Ll*......? A State Normal

Sahal?..M...

A Higb Scbool?.....?*#1*

(Give only bighet gacluation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of

tr3. Amount of annual


(If a position

salary earned by teachers: Men, S.......4.. bas been held by more thaa one person' give as ann"el salary the sum earaed by Teacher's Pension and Retirsnent

term. The total must not be rpgrg than No I I above.) g.........7m.......; Total, $..(.*h.eh.Z-..;Women,

all for the sex holding the position longast)

14. Total days' attmdance of alt pupils enrolled. 1.5, Number-of teachers coatributing to the Iltinois State

... ....A.Fi..9..4.*r....

Fwad,.......7...ffi(.

Total adount

contributed.... .jhaf..u *. L6 Number of school h"f;. :.1. : 17 . Nr-ber of sittings for study (capacity) (double seats to be cousted 18. Value of school propergr (a) Sites and buildings (b) Equipmeot (furniture, library, appanatus, etc.)...

As

two

sittings) .

.........J....?............

$......./....4.....4...

?,tr' a 47-

.........t....A....C..

rotal..

......,r....

$.....e1t:.t.:

19.

Give length of sersice in t&G dishict of teechen holdiag positioas at


3

yrs.?-,...,..yrs.?-*.,......"

4 yrs?....-..........

17

18

yrs?.-................ 19 yrs.?-.....

20 yrs. or more?................ (Couat part of a year as a year.)

Promotion of health: Number of nurses r{l,,ptoydi?..31..*12. Phyfjldans',,92A.?k Aaount paid nurses?..


nurse or inspecting ofrer?...k1r.*Y,?t.....

.t4r.e.12. Physiaans?..?.iltw,

Nnmber of pupits eqamined fel pfuysical defecb or contc{iion?..?,.:3#.77..Number found, afrf'jtd.?....HaJy*l..Number of homes visited by

Pronotioa of atteuctance: Number of truant ofBceroemploye{?.Jil ..*-.i&lIefi-.h^A&fr[orrefi...*.7#t!lmount paid truant o6cers?..k&K Number of childres not attmding school betweea the ages of 7 and tEt..2M.. 14 aod t6?.....klAllt4, Number of children arrested and

placd in
n1

charge

of trxrehe.f,.7kilZtt..Number

sentenced by a

@luft?......*rr.m.

...Number of school and age certificates

ks:rred?...3!*rr.7aae

Amouat of all taxe levied for school purposes, mado August 1915. . ' 22. Asount of boa<ted indebtedness, July 1' 1916......... i2 Nnmber of volume in library exclusive oj zupplementary readiag booksforclassuse.....
24, Nrrmber of private sc?rools in the

$...-.6K4....
$..."...?frAT..1,2....

dtstitcl?.ulffik

Number of teachers
Aoys?.JA&D'{K-,

...'....7'.d."......ptoyan'.22.6.ll?2, Men?..2*..4lffio'rlerlfl"tt*.u. Number

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

, Giltlsl..Y.ktT.|1? SecondaryGrailes(gthto,l2th)il Boys?..lffi cf pupilsenrolledinelenentarygrades(lstto8th): college Grade ( 13th to- 1 6th) i iB ow? -?.&.{-&t.. - Girls? ... -*?m' Girrs?..ffi. Gitls...Vadkk(,.. Totd...W 25. Nuober of persons betrveel the ages of 12 antl 21 who are unffielto read aad write: Boys..'h.$V..1,r4,.. If so, wbich years?..... 26. Have you any departmmtd teaching bdow the high school?... district (aot townshil fun9l. . . ._..d_a. .rW.W-4" . . . . . .- . . . 8',..ku.4-.kR* beloaging to this ZT , Annornt of eirdowment or permane.nt fuad -. (II youareunabletoobtaia the inforaation catled for in]quetions 1, 18,21,22,25 and 27 tadfy,Iet the items remain blenlr.)
.

(ovEB)

't .'
SAIARIESI OT TBACEEBS. . , f, : ln the follortig table thc luobcr ol tesche*r ln dey schoob pald the dlfierent annual salarles.

.29.

Entr

BY
Womeo

Sacoxolrv

BI
Seranrre Mea
Womeci

Mo

Women

Men

Wmo

$rflX) to Sf,299
Sr'3(Xt to $r'399
$11400

to Slrtl99
SI-BOO

Sl-rill0 in

$I'O{Xl-to 811690. $tr700 no s1,790

$rrgxtbsrtEg9.
SIrqXl to 0lrg90.
S2;flXl to 02rt199.
S2r500

to $21009.

Sl-(Xl0

lnd as*
(same

Totrl NOTIC& DISTRICTS OF ONE BIru,DINC-Ma&e out thtu report.in dupltcata, eod fle

er lteu lf

one

township treasurer, aad mail the other copy to the couoty superiateodeot at tho closo d echooL

opy rith

the chrk

d the 6chml

boerd to be 6lcal

sith the

IN OIHER DIgtRIqtS-In disdcts baviag two or more buildingsaodasuperioteodeodonlyonecopyietobemedebythepriacipald eacL bdldiog asd filed sith the orperinteadot, who ls to consotidate the eevenl rrports and make oae copy for the clerk of the school berd to be fled rtth tho township trcasuler, md oao to bo mailed to the couoty superiateodent at the clce of se.hool

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To be fflted out in 6uplicate by Teacher or Principal ln charge of bgik{nS.and both copies fleal with at the close of sobool

Gz tle
Couaty Superintendent

TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
YBln -or'
1916-17
F1.
School census:

Elmeata,ry
Kiailergnrtea
Boys {.i ()

lst Yr.
Boys

hilYr,
Boyo

3nl Yr.
Boys Ghlg

4th Yr.

St,h

Yr.
Glrls

6th Yr.
Boye

?th Ya

8tft Yr.
BoyB

Total
Boye

Chls

Glrb

Clrls

nwe

e.

2
ltth

3
Yr. I

2l

otrts

Boys

Glrls

Boys

Glrls

Glrls

Ghls.

a
Graoil Total
Boys

l7-

z.=
!r

Secondary (HiSh)

Yr. I

rzth

Tota,l

Boye

i Girts t Bon I Glrls I BoYe

2a, 3.

"?fl,,ffi,",'uil,s,f;3?&T:::.:T*:.:".T:.::i:ifiTi::.1T.'*'1::::i:T'.T:::T:...'ovs
Iengthofschool"",'';;;;;''.:''......'...,Actualnumberofdays school.
.

0. cyt;o

rotar...0

4.

term?.7J. Tota1"""""O"""""' Number of vacancies caused by death?......0.........Resignation, etc?......0..... change of teachers for spring . . . . .Boys "" d"""'Cirt""" 'O" "'total" ""A""' t. . . . . . Number of eighth grade graduates or promotions. . . . . . .
Number of elemeotar tuitioo pupils attencling this
' .8oys""""""""Gir1s"""""""''Total'

6.

Numberof high
8. 9.

schoolgracluates..... Numberofhighschooltuitionpupilsattenclrngthisschool.. Superintenclents who do no teaching (applies to grade schools only)..

'. ".8oys"""""""'Gif18"""""""'fota1""""""" .'8oys""""""""Gir1s""""""""Tote1""" """


' ' "Men"',""""""Women"""""Tota1"""""""

'

"

' ' ' ' ' 'Men""""" 9a. Priacipals and Supervisors who teach less than half time (grade schools only)' . (if more than one person has taught in a room 10. Techers and principats who teach half f,ias or mof,e
11. L2.

""'Women"""""Total"""" ""'

.'.IVIen"""" """Women"'!"""Total""'{"""" ....... onlycouottheoneteacbingthelongerpartof theterm) positions)..........Men""""""""Women"'f"" 'tottr""{" "' Total number of teaching positions (sum of 9,9aaad10) (show only the actual
Qualifcationsofteachers:Numbergrat[uatesofaCollegeandStateNorma1Schoo1?....'.........'......''Aco[ege a college? A four-year High Sctrool ontvt...ll.lk...... If not a graduate, how maoy have attended A Normal School onty?...
A High School?"Y""""""""""' A State Normat school?.....""" not be more than No' 11 above') (Give only highest gracluation or attenda,oce of each teacher at work at end of terrn. The total will

13.

Amountofanoua!salaryearneclbyteachers:Men,$.......'........,.......;Women,Ehf..r.....:.Tot"r,
(If a position has been held by more than
oou
.

p"r'*o, give

as annual

s"rr"y

trt"'."-

earned by all for the teacher holtling the position longest')

t4. Total clays'attendance of all pupils enrolled.


IJ.

....'L 5'

'0

'A

Number of teachers contributrng to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement

Fund.'..'. .. ' """"""""" Total amount contributed


t

t6.

.;;;;;;;;""
as

Pubricl
two sittings)

r7. Number of sittings for study (capacrty) (double seats to be counted ?*18.
Value of school property: (a)

""

"

" " """"{-f'U"""""

'

sitesa,nclbuilclings.
"'

(b) Equipment (furaiture, library, apparatus, etc)

:Z f [Ct '';::-:; ,.$e " " :s


v

Total..
19,

:....'.

8''f''$:?^:3

Give length of serice in this district of teaohers

17 yrs.?................., 18 yrs'?.................. 19 yrs.?'.,'.'.

"""""'

20 yrs' or

more?"

(Count part of a year as ayear')

Promotionofhea1th:Numberofnursesemp1oyec1?.'..............Physiciaas?...'............Amountpaidnurses?.................... found a,ffected?""""""""""""Number of homes visited by Number of pupils exa^mined for physical defects or cootagion?........................Nurnber

of school and age certificates 1""";.d];7 placed ia charge of teacher?....................Number senteoced by a court?......'.'...........Number $'t*l'-*'-c-!-'-=' n2L. Amotrnt of all taxes leviecl for school pu4roses, made August tgl6"

paid truant ofcers?"""""" promotion of attenda,nce: Number of truant ofrcers employetl?................Men?"........'.....Women?"""""""" Araount and 14 a'ntl 16?.'.....""""""' Number of children arrested Number of childern not attending sclool between the ages of.7 ard.14?..............'.....

rrurse or iaspecting officer?................'.....'.

'

t22. Amount of bontled indebtetlaess, July 1,

1917.

;67q* g'%""

for dass use' ' ' ' ' 23. Number of volumes ia library exclusivo of supplementary reacling books

l'

tf tt
!t'

Girls?"""""""""" Girls?.................... College Gradee (13t'h to 16t'h): Boys? to read and write: 8oys...."""""""" *25. Nuaber of persons between the ages of, t2 and,21 who are
'aable

24. Numberofprivateschoolsinthec1istrict?'....''....'........Numberofteacherse'np1oyec1?.'..'...........Men?................Women?..................Nbr gth) : Boys?.................... Girrs?................ seconclary Gracles (9th to 12th): Bovs?"""""""" of pupils enrouetr in elementa,ry grades (lst to

Gir1s""""""""""

4' mtA'(-#*'

If so, whrch yeers?.............. 26, Have you a,lry deparhental 6g4ahing below tho high school?... (not towashio fund) ' ' 427. Amount of endowment or permanent fund belogsrne to tlis district co"ri'oua 5v the clerk of the board') (Do not aoswer

s.fue:-+-

ite*sti'#tet"b;ffi;;G;td;iffi;;ffidrA-L
(owr)

29.

SALARIES OF IBACEERS.

Eater in &e folloslag table the uullbbr of teachm ln d,ay sc.hoots pafd the

&ns6t

oaual

sslarles.

Er,nrapntlny

Slrartrs
.sss rhan $200
$?{Xt

Men

Wooeo

Mo

Women

SAI.enns

Meo

Womeu

Meo

\1'onen

$lP0{t to $rp9o.
8fp(Xl to $1,399.
Slr40O to $l',199.

to

S299... S399...

$300to
$500

S4(}0to $400...

$t'S(Xl to S1,590.

to to to

$1t99...

$ldxt
slr?(x,

to $1,699.

$6qrto
$Zn
SS0

$6e9... $799...

b $1,79.

$,Eqttosrr899.
slr900 to glr909.
$zr(Xn to Sr,4gD.
$21500 to l$3p(IXl

SnOto S99...
$990...

il,(m to Slr(P, ilrlm to $lrl9g.

$2r9S.

aail

ovc. U)...
...
.

Total (same agrltsm NOTICE.

*dm#rfl"3tssfrTe'#H,ri"ffi mitH'#'.ffi school.

:r'-rt3*H##im.#;Sffi

Teaa&ss a,re rcqtrested to ,f,tl out each it.em of +lhis tEport. Ttis is t&e initial report for deta that is oonsolidated for the State and forwerded to the u. s. ccmniGioner of Education. Much dep@ds--upd th";*r-cy; your rursreers.

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ONE ROOM

TEACHERS'ANNUAL R.EPORT
YEAR OF
1917-1918

To be fillerl out in duplicate by Teacher in charge ancl both copies filetl with the County Superintendent
at the close of school
and forTeachers are requeste4 to fll out each item of this rep-ort. -This is the initial report for tlata that is consolialateil for the State -depentls upon the &ccur&cy of your &ns'vers. warcleil to the U. S.'Commissioner of Dclucation. l\'Iuch Name
Sclrool . S2.A/.d4...

of ,g

County, Iuinois.

To'be listeit as they are af the close of the year before promotion'

Elementary (
I I
I

1st Yr. Boys

2ncl Yr, Boys

3rd Yn a e{

t I

Girls

0.)

J. 5 J
Secondary

Girls I Boys Girls

e l3

Yr | stb Yn noy, I ci,o I noy,


4th

7th
Boys

Yr
Girls

Etb Yn Boys
I

r t+ | -

Girls

Boys

Girls

o= F{r.
I

(High)
Yr I
Total

-t-

.1

----.-T-Boys

9th Yr. I

10th

|
I
I

t-

Girls

B. 4.

.5.
6.

12.

College onlY?..

have you attcntlecl a, college?

14.

15.

Amount contributetl this Year:

I6.
L7.
-19.

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(o\rER)

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.l

Teacheis' Annual Report


..
Dist. No.. .14.
.. .

\
II

...

School

,,
ending Juire

Illinois, for school year

3e fglg.

Euilding ia in Townehip. ./.?,.

... na,rge.t4{4en
....lel8

school cloeed

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I

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1018. I

Co. Supt.

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TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
scHool. YEAR OF rerS-lg
To the Teacher or Superintendent: The State and National authorities need and demand all the data called for in this report, You are renderine a mlued service by a careful aad prompt Elling out of each item. For common_schools of one teacher, items with starred numbers only are to-be 6lled. In schools of trro or morC teachers the data should be collected pr the Superinte_ndent or Principal and embodied in one report. Two copies are to be 6led with the Couoty Superintendeot within one week after the close of school. tl. Name of Dist. School County, Illinois Elementary. To be listed as they are at elose of the year bEfore promotion.
6rh

Yr. |

7th

Yr. I

tth Yr,

C)

c2.

? L

Secondary (High)

rd

lltb Yr. |

12th Yr.

t2a. llow many of the above were enrolled this year in some other district of this State
53.

before

s4.
E5. 86.
a E.

Lengthofschootyearinmonths:.............t..1..........Actualnumberofdaysschlwas z_ , for term Vacancies of teacherg caused by death.-.--.-.......-..-.. by resignation.../----.......- by change fo, spring terrn-.-...-.-.-..---..---..-..-"h"ne"
"prinE

Total"-.. .-.-/_-

9.

9a.
810.

Teachers and principals who teach half time

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


positions).-------..-,--"---.-Men--"-.-----....-.Wo
.--

el 1.

Total aumber of teaching poeitions (sum of 9, 9a and 10) (show only the actual Total number of high rchool teaching po.ritions (show only tbe actual

lla'

^"n.../-.".-"tor"l-J.

.12. Qualifications of tschers: (Give only highert graduation or attendance of each teacher at rvork at enC of term. The total will not be more A College only? -----.-..----than No. l1 above.) Number graduates of a College and State Normal Schml?-.----.-..A four-year High School only?-..1fu.rQ-.-........- If not a graduate, how many have attended A Normat School only?--

acollege?-.......
lla.
Qualifications of

high school

A State Normal Schml?.-.......-. S,nignschool?.--...-...teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total will
Number graduates of a college and State Normal

agt be more than No,

lla above).

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

A College only?.--.-..-------.-.-..-.
attended

A Normal
r13.

only?.. e olege?.-..-.-.
School

A four-year High School only?-..--........-A State Normal

If not a graduate, how many have


-.O----.---;

School?..*-.-..-.
g.--......--...-.-..-.....-......;

A High

Amount of annual salary earned by teachers: Men,

wo-"r,, $-.1.

&^

Total, f

--#A---O---.----.--- -.------.

(If

a position has been held by more than one prson, give as annual salary the sum earnedrby

,&14.TotaldaysattendanceofaIIpupilsenrolledinbothelementaryandhighechool....."..-................x....

for_.1he

tgrcher holy'ing the position).

*15.

Number of techers contributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund: ....-.". ..--thie ycar,

/...

.".--.---....Amount contributed

*--17....m..

17. Number

t19.

Give length of gervice

ln thts dt:dct of teachers holding positions at close of school:

t wt----.ily'k ,4

-:

-.-

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

17

ehould equal that of No.

frrs.?---------.---

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

11.)

yrs.?.-..
r

20 yrs.

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

'a year as a year.

Total

Proootion of

health: Number of nuroes employed?....-....-t''--.. Physicians?...- ---+!-...- Amount paid nurses?..-.......--.---.. Physicians-.---..---.--.--Number of pupile examined for physical defects or contagion.......-.-------.-..Number found affected.-.--...-.-".-..-.-.-.Number of homes visited
Amount paid truant officers?"-..--------.

by nurse or inspecting officer?........-............Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?..-.----------Men?.--.--"---..--Women?.-.-.-.--..---

'

Number of children not attending ecbool between the ages of 7 and l4?..---.---..- -- ..- 14 and 16?..---.--,--"..-..-.. Nunrber of children arrested anrl
placed

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

Number of school and age certificates issued?.--...---..-..------

*23, Number of volumes in librafy exclueive *24. Number of private echoots in the district?.-.--....-A-..- Number of teachersemployed?......-./-..-. Men?""--.-"----.-...Wourcn?,--...-...----- Number

of pupile euolled in elementary grades (lst to

8th):

noyrt...-.1.-..i1 Girtt-.---.../.-lsecondary Grades (9th

to 12th);

Boys-..

26. Have you any departmental teaching below the high

school?-.(ovnr)

If

so, which yearsl


---

26a, Number of years of high school work offered in the followiog courses: Academic (classical, scientifi c, etc.)---.-.-.--.-.--...-. Commercial-----------.---.

Technieal(M.T.).-.-...........Agrieultural...............

.
IILEXE NIAIY
Sar.aerns.

A.

SALARIES OF TEACHERS.

Dnter ln the follotb3, table the number of teechero ln day schoole pa.ld the dlf,erent aaaual salarles. Sscouolnv
Men
Women Ser,enrrs.
M'en

Srcomrar,*
Women

Men

Women

Men

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to

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR OF 1e19-1e20
To the Teacher or guperlnteatlent: The Stp.te and Netlonal authorlues aeed a,adl denr.nd elt the tlata, ca,lleil for tn thls -Jgport" Y-ou'ers _reuderlng a value! selvtce by a ca,refirl anat trirompt nlllDgi out of each ttm. 3'or common schools of, o[e tq,cher,_ ltems wltb Etoalee auE' !eq_6 qa]\t are to be flllqtl. in sctoob of atro or-moro t-eacn-eiJ ifi6-aatle itro-uta b-;coiGct;A-bt tho Sunertqtende4t o-r Prlnclpal anfl embotlled ln oBe report-lFito cogles,a,rg_to be'Eled wttb tJro Oootw SriperbteaAeat wttbtn o4e veei after fhe closo of school.

.1.

Narne School

County, nunols
To- be

nllemetrtary.

llsteil as they arg at the close

of,

the year before promotlon

I
o

.2. = H
F]

Secontlary (Hle'h)

t
.2a- Ilow many of,

tle

above were enrolleal tbls year

ln

some other dlstrlct

of thls Stste

before

r,oyt--F'- Gtrls_-_r8, Leneltb of school year ln months:

To

of teachers ca,useal by ileathr....--.-.-.. Uy lesk[aUon..*----.-.- by chang for sprlng term... r,ovt...*.% etrts--__- tota-ZNumber of etghtb grads grattuates or Bronotl on"....*--.--*.--%.6. Number of elementatT tultloa puplts attentltng thls school--*. Total-Boys--.-..* Glrls*--. Boys---- Gtrls*--.- Total----_ z. Number oi nfen school gEadua.tes....puplls attendllrg thts Boys--.-- Glrls-*-.- Total.-8. Number of hlgh school tultlo! Uen--..---.--.'Women-.*-. Total-.:.-..-.-.-.-.-.---.9. Superlntendents who do tro toachlng...-----....-. Metr...-*.-*'Women..-.... Total---9a. Prlnclpals anal Supervlsors who teach less tbaa half tlme.--...-.--.).10. Teachers antl prlnclpals who teach half tlme or moro (tf eore tha.n one person has tauEiht ln a room t 'W:omlerl.--.- Totar-*J* count only the oao teachlnel the longer part of tho term).-.-... -_ Men-.---/* 'Womeo-...-. fod-4L2.11. Totat D.umber of all teachlng posltloDs (sum of, 9, 9a anal 10) (snow oDly the actual posltlons)...--Uen-J11a. Total number of blgh school teachlag lositlons (show only the actual postttons) . Men-*Women..f..g-.. Total---*.)'12. Qualmcatlons of au teacborg: (Glve o4l-yhlghesteratluatlonora,tteudance of each teacher at work at eaal ot tgrm- Tb6'fbhf .wtll not be more tha.n No. 11 abbve.) Number gTqiluates of a College autl State Nof,mal Sohool? A College Ouly?-Yaca,nctes

r4.

.6.

tota,l wtlt not be morg than No. 11a above). Number eirailuats of a colle8le aail State NorEal School?-:- A College only?A Normal School only?. If not a girailuato, how ma,ny havs attenaled A four-year Eltsh School only?

13a.

Adount of a,anual salarlr earned by hteih school teachers ody: Men, S.*-.--.*--.-; 'Women, $-.--.---*--j Totaf, $--* (If a posttlon has been bldl by. more than oae person, gtve as annual salary the strm earned by aU f,or tho teachor holtltug the

T.&-ry:,";::::1 $---.-*--- ; rotal r.* 4A-3

posltlon at entl of terE.) $Eotal alalrs attetda[cs of all puplls e4rolletl ln both elomeutary anal hlgh school ;>.14.
14a. Of

7{16.

all hlgh school puplls (above Sth Eiratle)--.-..Number of teachpiE-fontrlbutlug to thE lllinols Stato Teachers' Penslon aail BetlreEent I'uutl:
thts year,

contrlbuted

$s.-.=--........--*

)a10. Number of all publlc school bouses 14 tbe tllstrlct:.-.--. TotalPubllc--....- Rertetl-* 18a- Number of school houses ln the dlstrlct used by hlgb schools ody )t17. Number of slttlagrs for stualy: (Double seats to be counteil a,s one slttlngi) posltlons at clos of school: 1 yr St . Glve lengtJr of sorvlce trt t[Ls ausffiqt of teachrE holdttag yrs,?.-*:yrs,?*-.-yrs.?-----I 4 6 6 yrs.?-.-*--..-- 7 yrs.?--...-*..--* 8 yrs.?.--.9 yrs.?.------yrg.?-._.-_-- 11 Yr8.?-.-----.-:- 12 yrs.?-..10 13 yrs.?..-..-.--... 14 yrs.?--.-..-- 1E yrs.?..'-*_ 16 yrs.?.---1! yf*?---r-----1_8_ V1q..?..-.-..**- 19 yrs.?---_** 20 yrs. or more-.-..------*---- (Count part of a year as a, yoar. Total shoulal equal that of No. 11) .20. Promotlon of health: Number of aursgs employedl?-.*-- Physlcta!s?.-----..*-... "Amount paltl Durses?thystcla.ns?-* NuEber of puplls exahltred for physlcal ilef,ects or contaglotr_-..*--.- Number foutral afected__.-*..__ Number of homes vtsltea! by Durse or lnspectlng offcor?-.*-*.:*Promotloa of attenalance: Number of, truaat ofrcers Eployedt?*...--- Med?--...-- Tromen?*-- Amount paltl truaat offaers?.Number of chllflren not'attndlng scFool between the ages of ? antl 14?-*-* 14 andt 16?....-.-._ Numbet of chUalren anesteit anti placetl ln charge of teacher?..---- Number sentencetl by a eourt?* Number of sclool antt ago cerfiflcates lssueil?-........_ J.29. Number of volurnes h ltbrary excluslv-e of supplementary reaallDi books for class usa--rL..-.-* .2{. NuEber of ptlYato schools tn the dtstrlct?-----..* Number of teacher employeal?-.*._- Meu?-*..'Wom6n?.-._- Numbor of, puplls enrolleal ln elementary Crades (lst to 8th): Boys?.-..-.....-*....- Glrls?---Seconilary Grades (9!b to 12tb): Boys?Glrls?.*.--.-- College Gratles (1gth to 16th):-.--..* Boys?-.-.---..-. Gtrls?..-._.28. IIa,ve you any alepartmental teachlng F-elow the hlgh schools? If so, vrhlch years?-_** 26a. Number of years of hlch school work offeretl ln the followlng courses Acaalemlc (classlcal, sctetrtldc, etc.)....-.-._ ComEercla,ITechnlcal (I4. T.)*--Agrlculturad -.*.* Domestlc Sclence--.NormpL.-._- Vocattonal (untter Sta.te Boaril)..(over)

,A)

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28. SALARIES OF TEACEEBS.

Erter tn the fotrowlng table the number of teachers

il"yo schools patd the dlfierent annual safaries'

L,6s t,han $200 to $300 to $400 to

to

.$600

to

$600 to
S700 to $E00

to '
SL099---*-----

to $1,000 to
$900

9L100 to

Total (sane as Item

11)

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPOR,T


ScHooL YEAR OF 1920-192r
rentlerlngi a valued srvlco by a careful antl proEpt fllltng out of each lteE X'or conunon sohools of Dnly are to be fllled. In Echools of two or more teachers the flats, should be collecteal by the Sup( )ne Two_lpoples arerto filed wltb tlle Superlntendnt wltltln one week a,f,ter the clo one roport. Two_pples are,to be flled wlth the County Superlntend

"'

!ffi:',:. A-

Elementary. To be llstoil as they a,re at the close of the year before promotlon,

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Girls

n-

I
I

Cirts

74 /ry

Boys

Girls

'

.2a. rfow many of tbe above wero enrollotl thls year ln some other dlslrlct of thls Stato before
enroluaei

tl;l.* l*'" *^ l**'l ttrl


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l! thls

ethYr.

ffi

Secontlary (Eilgh)

oo"

33. LenEith of school year ln

months......
sesslotr......"....J..:!3;'....;.|,.........,'..

Actual number of days school was ln

i6. Number of elementarT tultlon puplls attenttlng thls school.'.....'........ ?. Number of hleh school Eiraduates,,...-..--..-.--.

goys......O...... ctrls.,...O...... fotal.......O-..


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

t10. Teachers antl

9a- Prlnctpals atrtl Supervlsors who ,teach less tlpn half tlme.... prlDclpa;Ia who teach balf tlme or more (lf more

than one person has taught ln a

M;".......1...... woms,......Q. mta*...f....... rooE count only the one teachlnEi the longer part of the term) t11. Total number of all teachlng posltlons (sum of 9, 9a antl 10) (show onlv the actual posltlons).......... [fen......../.,,,,, Wo^"o,,........ fotar......r/-,,....
11a. Total

12a. eualtflcauons

A Sta,te Normal School...'.'.'.............".............? A tgh SchooL..........................'...'..? of htg:h school teachers: (Glve oDly hlghest graaluatlon or attenalance of each teacher at work at entl of term. The total wlll not bo more than No. 11a. abovs). Number gtadluates of a college and Stato Normal Schoo1.......,...... A College on1y......,.....,. If not a graaluato, how many havo atte[aleil A four-yoar lllgh School only A Normal School only.'..
a
college.....,.........................'......?

acolIege..'...'...........'.'..........,..?.{state

t13. Vacatrcles of teachsrs


16a.

causeal

by

aeah.'..'.2...,,.. W

by cbange ror sprtng

term,.....Q-,,,..,,..... Total......,,..............-4!................,....

q16. Amount of annual salary eartreal by all teachers: Men,

only: Men, $........,...........,.........; 'Women, $...,....,,...,.............-.; Total. $..............,.,.........,...-.... Amount of a,mual salary eatnetl by bleib. school (If , positlon has beeu helit by more than ong persou, elo" as annual salaty the sum earDeil by all for the teacher holiltng thE posttlon at end of term.) il6. Number of teachers contrlbuthg to tbe lUtnols State TeachErs' PeDslon aatl Retlrement funa..........?--.--..,-..-.,......-,; Amount aontrlbutedl
thls yea,r,
$,...,.,....................

ql'?. Number of all pubuc school houses ln the dlstrlct:


17a. Nunber of school houses ln ,tbe ttlstrlct used by hGih schools only r18. Nurnbor of stttlngB for stualy: (Double seats to be couBtetl as one slttlngi)

20. Give lengith of servtce

In

streuld 6eual that of No. U.)

t2L Number of

volumes

tn ltbrary
lements,ry Erailes (1st

.28. NumberofprlYateschoolstDthedlstrtct..'...s*/-......,NumbEr

puplls enrolleal

lt

to 8th):

G1r1s...................... College Graales (18ttr to 16th):..'....-..-"'-.-.

Boys---

Glrls---..-.---

.27. PromotlonofheaIth:NumberofnurseseEployeCl'.....'.a........Pbystctans......,..a.....,...AnouDtpald1nurses...'...,''e.''......

NumbEr of pupus eramlneil for pbyslcal defects er contsgilon.. .....4...,....., Number founit afiected.......(r-........,. Numbgr of homes vlslteat

by nurse or lnspecttng ofrcen.'..'.....0-".'."..'.. promotlon of attenatanco: Num'ber of truaDt ofrcers employ


placed tn charge ot
25.

"a..,......Q',,...' Number of chualrerl not atteuitlngi school between the ages of ? intt t4.......4.........,, 14

m"o'.'....,0'.... Wo^eu'.O,..'...' Amount palit truant omcers-..d-....... aatl


18,........A,.,,,,.,..

Number of chlltlreo arrestedl anal

t r"n

t......A-....,. Number senteuced by a court..,........Q.'..'...'.. Number of school antt age cerflf,cates tsltuea,..Q,.,,,,..,.,..,...
etc.)..,............, Commerc1a1.........,,.......

Number of years of htgh school work offoreat ttr the followlng courses: Acatlemlo (classtcal, sclentlflc,

r18703-36M-12-20)

4@7

I-,

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(82022-86M-1S-21)

@ffitr9

TBACHERS' ANNUAL RBPORT


SCEOOL YF,,AB OE tg2l-1922 To the Toacher or
rTnab"i"e a
Superlntetrdent: Tho -Sta,te anal Natlona,l authortlles neeal anal alemanal all th data caUetl for ln thls relorL- You.aro stqmd numbF iaiied-stiiiicii'6i;-d;;f"l - ;ird-ptonpC flttas oo1 61 sa,sh. lto-m. For common schools of one tq9,cher, lt-ems reltlrand embodled ln couected by thg Superrntendent-dr b;i]ied.--lii s,froors-or ttyo 9r inore-=tliciGislltlfa{i-lnould boone wek after the close of sehool. Prlnclpal -wttlr Superlntendent wlthln Ue-fited

iili-"iTto 5iiir6ii"t.' ?-w6'coptei-ir"e-to . 1. Name of


Dloment

tfre County

DtsL

xy.

To be llsted as tbey a,re a,t tbe closs of tJre year before promotlon

lst Yr,
Boys Gilrls

2nd

Yn
Gllrls

Sral

Yr.

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th Yr.

o 5 3

Boys

BoYs

Glfls

Ll
Yr.

"'*lEt"
I

Bovs

q lu
|

lct"tu

Secontlary (ElBh)
10th

Yr.

12th

f-enrolltng tn thls dlstrlct.-...--.

ffi.
s

r_l

lctrts

| ""*

Grrrs
I

noys................Gltrrs-..............r"te.t.(-m+/

' " gf. Actuat numbsr of alays scbool was ln sesglon'.....-...."/Jf*..2..'7 / d . v.e. u3rr '{.Tota|daysattendanceofallput}lI]senroue.llnbotbelementa,ryautlh|gh"'u*t..,.,'f.'.',,...'...*,.,.(,.,
.{a,.AYeragodallyattondanceofallpupllsonolledtnbothelementa,ryan(Ihb

3, Leo8th of school year

months.'...."..t!E#d

t q

lt6ri tncludes the etght eiia?,ii;"ila*hisl-Gfi;r-l[ouid a;aer fue varlous wartl schools anil of the tn Tbe superrntonoent 6i?-cl$lsvstfiidldnidG-;fiurd-aG -d;ch ward ;cnoo-f ina-Edpiiircnpattrem +a tte sum-of the aierases of the averase for hls school founal bv oi--eadrn-tgb Eci;oi-snorita-i-epbrt hteh sahool tne rriicipii 6f gmups
i,frilfg"il-e-avEra]S&;i-f[e i,artous roo-o or
sesslon

roir:ns, oi-tn scf,ooG-wn6se-rlcorai-of'tttendoFce gxe-kep! Qv ses'sion teacbers, i;;;;-;;e scuodiwii acttiaui-r" sesstoD. rn schoors of-U6'Lvdrages-of th;;fi -ot l$s'units compoq!+s the exoup.- For- example:- -The princlpal of a, two-room ii6ii,eidEu daUT-ati6"ti:"iii-rs t!9 gum-of whose avgi-afeJot the tw.o ro6-mi]--irr-e plincTnai'rir a scnoot co:ntalntng sdveral-rooms hlsh work ln ltem 4a achool shoultt enter ^ttre sclrool ai tirii-s-um-oI ne aierases of the sratle roo-ms and of tho tn composlng .the school.)

(Note-Tbe average dally attendancg tn-a one-room school fs tountt by dlvlaupc th total tl4vs.attelrrance by. the.number of

aLavs

the'

.t0.

Teachers anal prtnclpals who teacb half tlme or more

(lf mor

tJraa one person haa taugiht

ln

a,

.ll. Total number of alt teaching: posluons (sum of 9, 9a, anal 10) (show only tho actual ua. Total number of htgh school teachlng posltlons (shov only tJro actual positions)

posltlons).,...... Men.........f......

wo-en,.'I2..rotat........./....
be

.12. euallfications of all teachers: (Glve only htghest gra<tua,tton or attenttance of each teacher at work at entl of term. The totsl will not College Only-'--'-'-'more than No. 11 above.) Number graaluates of a CoUeg antl Sts,te Normal School..'-'..-.'..'.'.-,---;<A

A Normal schoor

only.....

-....

trour-y-ear Ereih school

orrrv---l-.'-.-...elk-A ne@fi&.te,fh/@**A

nrGfrW

{44A9}EL izJOrrl@tlins
A Normal

of hgn school ter"L""u, (Glve only hlgbest graduatlon or attenilanc of each teacher at work at end of term. The total wlu only'.....'..."..-"-----"not be mor.e than No. ua above.) Number grailuates of a CoUege and State Normal Scbool..'..........'.. A College
School onll'.....

college..,.........'.'....'...'.'.............'?AstateNoal .13. Vacanclos of teachers causetl by dleath........'.........'. by resiEFratlon.'---......""- by change for spring term"""""""""" .16. Amount of annual salar earneil by au teachers: MeD, $......,....,..,.,..-.'....,...........-'.; women, $'.............'......"""""""""""' Total'

'16. Number or. teachers /t


thts vear,
9....'.'....--.,

at entl of term.)

(rf a poslflon has been

helal

posltlon by more tha,n one pelson, glve as annual salary the sum eameal by all for the teacher holdlngi th """'; Amount contrlbutetl llttaots state Teachers' Ponslon antl Retirement Funt1...........

%;;EEybe

r20.G|velenEithofservic|nth|sd|stn|ctofteachers

Eiruat trrat of No'


1?.4.

u')

/tl

'

,2

-t-

r26.

H:::I;:ff:"J"lj:].,J.Tl],1###frffiffiTil:rffi;ff:..:::,'....'',.,..'.'''.";;:;::m......-:..--;;;;;;;;
enrolleal

ln elementary

',,.*"1l.oj.u#:iT:"ff:""TJ::,i'H:::;;"i!]m2rc^obo"mountpat.tnu,u"'g..?-.TT"","^''$rc Number of homes vlEltetl by Number founil affectetl pupns oxamlned for physrcat defects or ooDt ito!".Number of
nur6e or lnspecttng

offloer..*.*-*-..

Promottonofattenitance:oftruantoffoersemployeil.....'....*...'.}ten.............:...'.Womea..........'.....Amountpal.ltruant Number of chlldren arrestetl and Number of chlldron not attenarng school betrtreen tbe ais of ? and 14....,.....,..,.,,..... 14 anat 16

gg. Number of

pla.ceitlncbar8leofteacher.'..-......-.'....-..'.NumbersonteaoeiI yearE of hlgh scbool work ofiered ln the followtng courses: Acailemlc (classlca,l, sclentlflc, etc.)..-..'.......".... Commercla'1""'

(IMPORTANT-TrPo ttems to be f,lleil are on back of thts sheet.)

(oYER)

T4. SAX,ABIES OF TEAOEEBS. Entsr in the followiag table the number of teachers in day schools paid the different annual salaries.

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

$200

to $299.........-.-.-... $800 to $890-.-.--"....-.....


$400 to $500 to $600 to

$1,400

fo $1,499..... to S1,690....-...--.-..

$?fir to

to $1,699.-....... $1,700 to $1, to $L89e..-....-......


$1,600 $899.,.-........... $999.---.............

to $900 to
$800

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

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

Total (same as Item 11)

68, SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SGHOOL.. (a) Dist. No......--------; (b) Number of lXstrlcts consoltalated. ....---.---; (c) Are the gratle sahool pupils ell assmbleal ln one bulltllng?.-..---.......-.-.......... If not, ln hov nany bu[drngs?.---...-...-.--.--...-....-.. (il) Area tn sqrlar mlles ; (e) Number of teachers: f,ilementary... .---, Illgh School------...-----...-...-.-.; (f) Number of students: Enemetrtary-, glgih ; (g) Check Yocatlona,l Subjects taught: A$loulturs----.-., Manual Tralning,....--.---------_-., Sew-

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TEACHBRS' ANNUAL REPORT


scEoot YEAB
Lg22-1923
rndent or Hnilnal antl emboalle'al ior-Erta-cnii.i anti

a should bo collecteal by the wltbln one week after tJxe r year before

the data calleil for ln thls report. You ato rentletsof one teacher. ttfus wlth starred numbora only aro ln oae reDorL Two one reporL
aa thy aro

hoo|-.f.....K..-...,.=-,,.,.f,.--'-i--....-.........'.'...No..f...:i!...........''.............i'. Enrollment Note: AU whosd names have bee[ enrolletl tlurfug ths year should be reBorted antl classlfletl proEotiotr,
or at the tlmd thy may have left the dlstnlcg
Ellementarv

at the do8e of the

{thYr.

6thYr. |

6thYr. l

?th

Yr.

8thYr.
Boys

Gllls

3
"Enrolknent" above).
gth

t7

Yr.

10thYr.

noysTEituI

2a-

Ilow

ma.By

of the above w6re onrolletl this year ln

somE othen

dlstrlct of thls state before

Vz-'r>-*
Boys--.---.-C91r1s............'...

earolllng ln thls

Tota;t.'.,"'-.L.'i

2--^

| 3e. IraEth Ol school year ln | 8f. Actual Dumber of dlays school was la t 4. Total daye attendance of all pupus eDrolled ln botb elebeqtary and hiE:h school ....'............. . 4a. Average dally attendance of all pupils enrolleal tn both elepentary ancl hlgh school (See note
4b. Total days attendance of all 4c. Avetage dally attendanc (NoteF-The average school \vas actuauy lD ser
trhd aver:agio da$y attenal school shoulal entr ln lt(

below

A(ldurg flte WtAC,eg OI Eng YarIouS roo[ls Or sesslou EiroupB GoEposuB us euuwr.,

tA

r10. Teachers

a.nat

prtnctpals who teach half tlme or more

(lf

more than one person has taugiht

iu

tl
term, The total wlll not bo

.11.Tot,,lrrunberofallteachlngposttions(sumof9,9a,an.l10)(showonIytheactualposltlons).......,....''uuo.'...l..........Women'...'.....

.12.

Quauflcatloas of all teachers: (Glve only htghest gFatluation or attelxdance of each teacher at work at end of

---ffi....:!-...kms{#R#imfr.....k:-..'ffitffi,-.K14' of
ANormalSchoolouly.........'.At.our.yearIItghschoolonly.'.'.......IfDotagduato,

moretba.nNo.11above)'NumbergTatluateBofaCollegoan.lstatgNormalScbool'.'.........,...-.z.A .... a Four-year-Htsh school on1y......1...,.....k......ffink"rt A Normar scbool orsry.-..

vffi:" "-rt'r*

'

hlgih school teachers: (Glve oDly highest graduatlon or attenilance of each teacher at work a,t entl of tenn t'ho total wlll 1za-"Qualtflcatlons A Couegie only---------.. not be moro than 11a abovd.) Number gxaaluates of a College antt State Normal School'..

+24--116. AmouDt of annual (U a Bosttion has been hslal by more thaD one petsoD, glve as antrual Balaty the sum er,raetl by all for the teacher holaltng tbe posltlon at end of term.) | .,...;'Women' S................; TotaJ' t................ 15a. Amount of a,unual salary eartreal by btgh school te,lachers ouly: MD' $..

a16.Numberofteacber8contribut1ngtothoI1llnot8StatgTeachers'PenslonantlRotiremenrfu\d..,.'mAmountcontribute.|
thts year,
$.....,.............,....,..

ol?.Numbe!ofaIpublicsghoolhouseslnthedtstrlct..,,..,.'.,...k.Publtc......'...'..........'..Rent.... .1t. Number of


.20.
sttungE

Cllve length of servlce In-thls dlctnlct of teachhs hoLllng Bosltlons at close of school: I 3 yrs.... vrs..,...,......,f........-- 4 yrs......-..-.-..-...-- 6 yrs,,.....,.......,......--- 0 yrs....--,.-.....-.,.,..,.. ?:

equa.l

that of No. lL)

.24. Numbr of volumes tn ubrary exclustye of supplemehtary readtng books for au" o".fu.k r25. Number of prlvate schools 1\ tlle dt^trktfuumber of teachers mployeal..........-..-........Men.........-.,-.....
etrolletllnelementalTgifades(1gtto8tb):Boys.-..'.......,..,..Gtrls*.-..............secon College Grattes (13th to XGth): Boys..-..,......,--......Gtr1s,-..-....-.-.--

of

puplls

a2?.Pfomotlotrofhealth:Numberofnursesomplove@...*--A'mountpaltlnurses9...'..................Phys1crans$......*--Number of puplls exa,mlnetl for physlcal defects or coDtaeilon.---.-.......-Number fouDal afi-e'ctetl....^.,.--....Number,ot bomes vlsttedly !Ur8, ^ i4z4- /U aVV+--3, +7 a - ' - -- i ? it' zuaf or tnspeottns officor.....-..-.-.. -&U. {-i Promotlonofattenda.nce:Numberoftruantof1cersemployed---.....'.'...Met....................Women]......'.-''..'...*{mou!tpal.lt N'-ber of chllilreu not attenaling school betweeix the aies of ? artl 14......................,,14 antl 16.-,......,...-..,,,...Number ol chllilren anesteal alrd placetl tn charge of teacher..-,.........,..,..Num1rer sentencetl by a court,..,.------.......Numbets of school antl age ceruflcates fusueal.-...'--.-..-..29. Number of years of hlgh school work offeretl ln the folowtng courses: Aca(tomlo (classlcal, scletrttflc, etc.)------.-..-Commercla.l.....
nechntcal(I[T.).'..-.........-.AgricuItura,L.-............-..Domestlcsclence.-.-..-.-....Normal.........-.''.....vocatlonal(ua.lef (IMPORTANT-two ltem to bs flUed are oD back ol rhld theet.)

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Enter in the following table


Salart6
trfetr

1{[. sax,aS,rEs oF rEAoEms. the nunbsr of teachers in ilay schools paiil the dlfferent annual
Men .womon

salaries.

Tromo

Salarld

Uen

Women

Uen

Tlomm

$z(Xl

to

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

$800to $309....-......-.-.
$4(Xl

to $499.-....-....-..-...
$5s9...........-.....-$699.........

$1 600 to S1,699.-..-.. $1,600

$600to
$600

to

to

$1,700 to $1,799---. $1,800 to $1,899.

$?fllto
$900to
$1,000

$r99...........

Sfllto @*.'..
$9s9."-..........-.. $2,500 to $2,099..............

to

$9,000 and over-----........

Total

(sa,me as

ltem 11)

. 68.
one bulkllng?*.--.-...---.---.

SPECIAL REPORT

(a) I}lst. No--..---.....--; (b) Number of Dtstrtcts

U not, tn how many butlalllgs?-:---.---------..-.. (al) Area tn square mles-..*..----.--.-*--.*; (e)

tF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL (c) Are the gratle school puBllo all assembleal ln consotlitateit. --;
Number

-; (f) Number of stuilents: Elemntary.; rngb (g) Check Vosattotsl SubJects taueiht; Agrtculturo-SchooL---.---...-..--.*-.; .; , Maaual Tratatag.--, Sew. lng-;--::*--."-, Cooklnc-.----..-----*-..-; (h) TransBortatton frmfshed by ittstrleL yos-------.-, No---_---_; Nuebr of Anniral cost of transportadon $--.-.--vehlcles--*---; (Note: If vehlcle ls owned by the ittstdct, one-flfth
teachsrs: Dlenentary--.---..-....-.-....-......;

of

Iltdb School

of lts cost shodal be couateil as a t)art of the annual cost of transportadou)

(90180-40M-12-23)

11.@p

TEA,CHERS' ANNUAL R.EPORT


scHool. YEAR
T
tgzg-1924
To _thq Teacheq or_Superltrtendent: The Sta,t anil NatloJral authorltres neetl anil tlemaad all the alqta c_g,Uetl for tn thls reporl I'ou are reud_erlng a-Yaluable servlce-by_a carefrl:t anll .prompt fllllDg out of oaoh ttn" For common schools oi one teacher, ttemd wttn-gta,noC lEEDqls_only are to be fllle& Il! achoolB of two_or.moro teachefs the tlata should be collected _by _the superlntendent or Hnclpal aod ('oultt 3uD leport. .vrrF trl.c wrth enbodled ta one reporL El'o coDteF are to b Elcll wlth the Ooulty SuDedltBalort, wlthln oro Fet-a^fter tho'oloss oi Cohool. emDoqre(l ra ro

'

"

$"ffi3rot-.*6."aaa-t-44aaa:HuKlndergarten

Dlementary

Earollneut Note: AU whose namos have been oDrolleal durlns-R::.!..*..-m be the vear should the year before promouor, or at the tlmo they may have lsft tfie attstrloL lst Yr.
Bovs Cglrld
zndl

-.*-AS

reDor

classlfieal as they are

at tho

ItltDo!8. olose ot

Yr.

6th Yn

?th Yn

8th Yn

Tota,l
I

BoysTctrG

/ lz
I

Eonil-dirts
I

Boys Citrls

Boye

Boys Glrls Eoysl-GFi-ts

3
Illgh)

SocoDdary (ElCh)-(Soe aote a,ft!'Tinrollment" a,bove). gtb Yr. Boys


10th

t'll

01

Yr.

llth Yr.
Boys

(Enem. aDtl Boys

GraDal Total

Boys

Eow many of the abovo wer enrollsal thls year ln some otJre! dlsHot of thts state beforE enrolllug ln thls tltstrtct.---.----.- .--.----.-.----..---::/.:L*:-11 . ge. Irsrgth of school year ln
2a-

daity attoaata,rlce of all puplls enrolletl in both elemnta,ry antt hlgh school (Ses noto below 4c)-.----..------:.?-l------.--lb. totail doyF ottadence of all hlgh school puplls (abovo 8th Erade)---* 40. AvorEgo dElly attetda'loe-o-! all-ltlg! school puplls (a,bove 8th eraalo) (See note below)**-.-(\ote-_-The aveaago.darry atteaala;trco_lD one-room Echool ls founal by tllv.ldlng days attenaance bv the numter;f Ail attenttance by e"v; - (N-ote*fhe avlaso drarry atteada'aos ln a one-rdom school fs foitnal-by drdartgEi the total oavs of attenaanc6 ;i;;;;iff';f sessloDtbo school wes actually ln sesslol- fn schools of two or ulor rooms, or ln pchool- whose recorhs or atiena-m"i rire r.o-r hc a66sr^, tw_o tnoro roomsr schooli lhe Fchool_was "iii fJ6t bv sesaton ractrors' th a,lrer,ag:e dqtlv &[Ieuoallce ls f,|le sum oI lin_gvera,gs or f,no-untts Composlng the gToup. teachers, f,a arer-ag:e oanly atten4ance ls,the_sum of tle_averages of the-unlts composlng_the group. Foi exain-ptej-fd'5'pit""ciiii'i? xampl: The prlhClpal of -For a qnhnnr -^-+or-r-- a^,,^-^r a two-room school shoulal enter ln item 4a the sum of tbe avraes of the two rooms- The nrtncino.l af schbol .""iaftif"s-stulrg!.i sum_of-tbe avrags rooms. orlnclpal of rooms whose work lnclutles the.elgiht Eraales a,ntl a hlg:h Bchool should enter In ltem 4a the suni of tlie averages 6i it"-i'r;iae r6omi iid lncluales the elght Erailes anal hlgh school shoulal ln l_of the avera-ga of the grade rooms end tbo ltah sunerlltenalent ol tlo hl8h school. llhe superlntenalent of a clty system of schools shoulat enter lD ltem 4a the Cum-of-[f,"-r"ir"".L-"o-'ir no -.-r^^lu lem ln t.h6 the sum ol' the averages of or of o prlnclpal of wartl achools anil of tho hlgh schoolr- Th prltrclpal ot each wartl school and the prtncipal of each hfeh school iboul the varlous achgols school-sc prlnclpal wartl nd the prtDcipal of ( Dclpal each hlgh school should report -tUe a,Yerage for hls school fountl by aalaltDg th averages of the varlous rooms or sesslon gro'ups comnosl average aesslon groups composlng tbe school,) th . 6. Numbr ol elghtb gra,tle giraduateE of, promotlons---------. --.--- Boys--f- ertr"-...../-..-.r 6. Number of elemontary tultlon pupils attenallngi thls schoo
4a- AYragio

. 8f. Aotaal trumber of ale,ys school was lu sesslon.-..--- -.-/-+.--l----. 4. EoAt alays attenatanoe of all puplls enrolleal tn botb elemeDtary and hleih school".--.--.-- a --.**&--.L-...2-.-..-.--.*.

?. Number of hlgh school Eiraaluates--.-------..---.--". Boys-.---** Cllrls--.-........-. Total_..__* 8. Number of hlgh school tultlon puplls atteudlng this school 0. Superlntenalents who ilo no 9a,. PrlnclpalB anal Suporvlsors who teach less than hau tlme-._---.__ MoD.______ .W.omen-.___-_ Tota,l-__ .10. Teachers a.ntl prlnclpals who teach half tlme or more (tf mor6 than on6 person has taught ln a rooE couDt only the one teaohlng at th enat of the term)Men..-.-.--..--- Wo^un---/- Total_._ .11. Total aumber of all teachlng posltlous (sum of 9, 9a" autl 10) (show only the actual posltloas) Men,...-_..__ Womeu.-./__ Total..-..-11a- Tots,l number of hlgh school teachlnEi posltlons (show only trhe actual posltlons) Men..-.._* 'Women-.-_._ Total_ 'L2. QualiflcatloBs of all teachers: (Glve oaly hlBhest graduatlol or attentlance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total wlll not be moro t.Lan No. 11 above). Number graaluates of a Collgo and State Normal School.---..----.----.A, Colloge only---_*--__A Normal School oqly-. A I'our-yea,r Elgh School only---------/-.It not a g1&aluate, how many bave attnaleal a ColleBe---? A State Normal School---*------.? A IIIgh School 12a- Que'uacatlons of hlih school teachors: (Glve only htghest gratluatlon or attenalarrco of each tacher at work at end of tr' I,ho total wlll aot be more than 11a, above.) Number gratluates of a College antl State Normal School--------...-_ A Collsge only-._____.__ A Normal School only-- A tr'our-yoar Illgh Scbool only If not a, graaluate, how many have attenald .-? A State Normal s College.----. ? A ElEh gchool--*-.---.*? '18. Vaoaucles of teachers caused by death--..------ by rslg!atloa-.-*.-..--by change for gprla8 term-__--Total_______ .15. Amount ot a,arrual salary earned by all toechers: Men, $-...*....-.-.----.-.-; 'Women, g-J{&,8-*1;ota;,g--.*fr_&-."f*..-.--_ (If a posltlon has been held by more than one persoD, E:lve ag annual salary the suE al[eal by all for tho teacber holdllng the posluon at oril of t6rr[") 'Womea, g.---.----; 15a. Amount of amua'l salary oa.raetl by htgh school teachers only: Mea, $----*_-__; Total, $._-_.._____ o16. Number of teachers contrlbutlng to the nlhols gtato nachers' Penston anal RetlrcEent F'ua(L--.- -.-{---*--; Amount coDtrtbutal thls year, $---..C.-*-.---.1?. Number of aU publta school houses la the illstrtct.-_.-*-.-----. pubffctotat-------/_-.--_.-.,/ ------. Rente6-* publlc-._..*...._._ ReDteat_. 17a- Number ot school houses ln the allstrlot useil by hlgh schools only*-r18. Numbor of sltttngs for stuaty: (A tloubte seat to bo countetl as one srtflng)--*---*..*3Ptzo. Cllve length ot servlce |n thtg dtEtrtot of teacbers holillng posltlons at otoso of school: r v".-----..-d2 yrs.__------_..3 yrs.-*--4 yrs----6 yrs.------_--._ 6 yrs.------------_ ? yrs.._--_--___*_ g yrs.__...9 yrs._-_-_-___-_ 10 yrs.-_-.-.11 yrs.---12 yrs.--_-__ 13 yrs,----------- 14 yrs--.------..-._ lE yrs.--_._. 16 yrs.-------_---*-19 vrs.'-----20 vrs. or tnoro---------------------(cou!t xra,lt of a yea,! as a, yea,r. Total shourd llufr"tff-;, *;: ir.T vrB'--'-'--'-...-. '2f. Number of volumes tn llbrary excluslvo ot supplementary reaillnB books for class use-- .*-*..-L/^A--. ----.126. Number of prlvate schools h the attstrlce-----9---.-Numbsr of teachers employerl*--*----Men-----.-.-.-.Wonen .- .. ;;;;; enrolled ln elementary gtailes (1st to 8th): Boys-_-------._-_ G$trls-____--_-.. Secotrda.rIr Grailes (9th to lzth): Boys.._______Gtrls-- "** Collego Gratles (18th to 10th): Boys.----*-.----Glrls----..___-.--_ .27. Promotlon of health: Number of nurses employett.-.---Q----physlclans_.-__Q---_...-Amouat palil aurses g-__-._-_ ptyslcta.as $--.--.__-_-_..Number of puplls xa.mlneal for physlcal defects or coatagloD-.---...--...---Numbor founcl afrecteal.-----Nu.ber of homes vtstted by nurse or lnspectlng ofr.cer.._*-homotlon of attenilance: Number of truant ofrcrs employe(L--*-_..Jlfen-.___---___TFomen {nount patal truant officers S._---...___ Number of chlldfen llot attenaltnB school betweeD the ages of ? and 14--------i4 and 16----Number of chllatreu arresteil aJlal placeal l4 charge of teacher----Number sEntenceal by a, courl.--.-------Number of school and age certlf,categ lssued.-*_-__ E0. Number ot years of hlEih school work offered ln the followlag coursss: Academlo (classlcal, sclelrtlflc. etc.)----*coEmerclal.-.._
Technlcal (M. T.)-----------A'grlcultural.----.-.-"---..Domestlo Sclence---------Normal-..----------yocatlonal (under State Board).--__..._._ (IMPORTANT-TWo ltoms to be flllett are on bao ot thls sheel)

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oF'TEAcTIERs. Enter in the following table the number of teachers in day schools paid the difrerent annual

tL ffiemps

salaries.

Iress than $gm-.-*..-

@fi)

to

$'ma-.----.....-.
$899...-..-....

$800to
$4ff) to $5ff) to $600 to

$ree......-.... $699..-..--...
$?gD-..........

$?fi) to $8UI to $9ff) to

to $1,1q) to
S1,(XX)

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

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

Total (same as Item

11

6& SPECIAL REPORT IF A GONSOLIDATED SCHOOL *i (c) Are the graile scbool Buxrtrs all assembleil ln (b) Nuber of DtsHsts co[soualetsll(a) DtsL No.---; (d) Aro tn sguare Il not, la how many bullillleg?----._'one butlittng?.-.Eleb (O Numben of stuiltrts. Elementa'ry.-.-; of teeche.rs: Elementa,rt**-- .....-..-; EGh School---;
Sov' Ma,sual @, -- ....; (g) Cheak Vocattonal Sublects teught; Agxfauftu!e---.-_-t Numbc ot No-; rqg -*._---, Gooldngi--------; (h) Transportatton furntsbeit by rtlstrlct. Ye!-(Note: If, vehlcle ls owadl by tbe tttstrlct oae"ffth ot ; Auual cort ot traasportetlon S-*..--

School- .-...

Ss costrhould be couated as a

lprt of tle

a'uaual Gost of transportaflon)

H &,
? -H
\tl q''
\ \
"c)

E & \i { E e $\N I

iN Fi $:
Nl

$ .i 1 $q-j
4

d g c
A

\d

E d

i ; \{ \E \S ie

:
$
E

Ef;

Fd

s\

(26410-36M-12-24'

@7

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR r92Lt925
lematlal To lfq TacheP. or- Superlnteaalent: The State aad Natlonal authorltles aeed aDd dematlal all the data, caueal for ln thls leport. '?ou are the renderlag rend,erlng a valuable s( servlco- by- a careful aDal pronpt flUtng out of jeach ltem. tr'or common i Foi )D sclrools oue tachor, ltems wlth etarred ltms Flth starred numbers only are to be Iu schools of two or more teachers thd data should bs commoD schools of Superlntenalent or prlnctpal andl ools two- or-fobriieictreri UrC I bs collected by the lted PrlnclBal embodleal in oae County ne week af,ter the cloqe of school. ioples are to be flled wlth tbe County Supenlntendent wl . 1. Name of Dist. School Illlnols. whose aames boeD elrolleal tluring the year shoutd be ieported and as they aro at of tbe year bofore promottoD, or at t-ho re tbey may ha.ve left the district.
Ellementary

f
I

Secoltlary (Elgh)-(See aote after ..Enrollment" above). 10th Yr.

Uth Yr.

12th Yr.

2a-

Elow many
94vu6 enrolllns

of the abovo were


tn ttrls

enroUtl

tPs

year

other distrlct of thls state before

dlstrtct--

I Ae. r 8f,. .4. . 4a,.


4b. 4c.

Leueth of scbool yea.r ln montns

;; '

,t-.:|.E=h

E-,
l/.lk

soys

crru-z- nodD-

Actual Dumber of alays school was ln sesslo

t 6. Number of elghtb graale giratluates or promotlons | 6. Number of elementary tuttlol puplls attentung thls school_-_ 7, Number of htsh school gEaaluates_---.-..._-.-__--8. Number of hlgh school tultlon puplls atteaalllg thls schoelSuperlntenaleDts who do ao teacblDg-=_.----=._--__-9a- PrlDctpals aDtl Supervlsors who tach less tJlan half r10. Teachers anal prlDclpara who toach half tlmo or moro (tf more

Total days attendance of aU Dupll8 enrolled ln both lemgBtary and bfgh Averago dally attndance of all puplls enrolledl ln both elemontary andl btgh school (see aots belorr Ll--/-GTota! days attendance of aU hlgh school Bulrtls (abov 8th grade) ___..Aver-age- dally attendance. o-f all hlgh school pupus (above 8th grade) (See noto below) ,.(N'9!-.Tbeev9r!g.oda|lyattondaI69tJra-_one-roo-mschoolls-founhtvarvtaingtnc.iotataavsatteuda@s tbe -scb'ool-was actuaIy ln sesslon. Ia scbools of two or more roouu, or ln schools whose recoials of attendande are kept by sessl6a teachErs, th a,ver-ag daily attendarce is the sum of the averages of the unlts bomposing tne-c"oirb. -Fo;-eiinbtel--fniipr-tirct-p-at oi a two-room school should enter ln ltem 4a the sum of-tle ayeiqges of tho two roohi. -tne p-rtnciiaf -of a-scn-oot- contatf,GF-itverat rooms whos work lncluales thq gighj Erad-es and a hlsh schoollshoultt enter ln ltem 4a tle Cui o?t'ire avLraeJJA-ihe-sradll6o6i';ad of tlre llcq scbo-ol. - The a clty system of schools shourd eatei-in-iiem-+a vard sohools antl of the Fgrr-erinlend.ent_of prlnclpal o_f each_ ward school andt the pirnaipal of tne sum of tEe aireraies- oi the va,rtous The .aph htch ;cl;;l-sh;ulA repbrt tUrj avei: age f,or hls school foutrat $eh Egfoot".. aveiages-of th varlous roorrs or seision Eioupi composhg-ttie s-chooU-by aatdlng the

Boys 1 *Boys*Boys
Boys -

GloB-f-To---<

cbrs-5_- Totd-.-etrls * rota-1Gffs---=- TotaLWomen

9.

thar o!.e persol has taught ln a room coutrt only tJre oue teachlag at th enil of the Men TfoEn --.- eotel.11. Total number of all teachlng postttoas (sum of g, 9a, antl 10) (shov only the actual posldons) 7Miea / - .Womea T;oleil-J-114. Total number of hlgh school teachlaB BosltioDs (show only tJro actual posltlons) Men -...-.- 'Womea .__ Totalt12. Quallf,catlous of all teachers: (Gtve oaly hlghest eiraaluattol or attenalance of each teacher at work- at end of, torn. The total wttl not be more tha,r No. 11 above). Number gratluates of a, College aail State Normal CoUege only-----= A Normal School only A Four-yeaf, Elgh School oaly If lot a graaluate, boE mary havo attended aCouege12a.

Men-]Men -

Womon

Total - -'TotFL

Quallacatlons

raaluattoa or attetrtlaace of each tacher at work at elal of term. Tbo total wlU Dot be more thaa 114 aboye.) Number gratluats of e College antl Sta,te Normal Schoor A, CoIleEi onfy-j-A Norhal Se.hool only A 3'our-year Etgh School onv If not e, grailuate, lgs mnny have attlralsil

of hlgh'school teaohels: (Glve oDly highest \'

AStateNormal

? A Eteh Scnoot

? A State Normal School---

---_.-?

A Ilfgb

819.

r16,

(If

\ 16&AmouEtof an:rualealar.yq,rnedbyhiehschoolteachersonly: Men,g ;'Wome!,$ '16. Number of teachers colrtrlbutbg to the Illlnols Stato Teacbers' Feaslon anil Rotlrement tr'untl ,thl,s year,

l'eltl posluon at end of term.)

a..ttosltton has-bEn

by more than

oDe lreraon,

glve as amuat salary the sum arBeal by all for tbe teacber bollutg tb

;Total,5 - ; AmouDt coatrtbuted

.1?. Numbor of all publlc

school bouses tn the

tllstr{ct-

17a, Numbsr of school houses la tle illstrlct useat by hlgh schools only r18. Number of sltthgs for Etudly: (A double seat to be countal as one sltttng) '20. Give lelgth of srvlce ln thle dletrlct of teachers holdlDg lrosltlons at closo of scbool: 1 yr.

er*uc f --_ Renteo -

Togrt
ToiqL

3yrs. --'10 yrs. 1? yrs.---=--

equal tllat of No. 11.)

4yrs.--->-__ 11 yrs. j' 18 yrs.----

Eyrs._ 12 yrs. 19 yrs.--l--

2 yrs. gyrs. .?yrs. --:8yrs. -'( 18 yrs. 14 yrs.--- --16 yrs. 10 yrs. ' (Count part of a year as a year. Cotat 20 yrs. or more-- -

Oyrs.

shoulal

Number of volumes ln llbrar5r eaclugtv of supplomentary ratUtrg books for class use._-lvrrnber of teachers mployeal -Number of prtvate Ec,hools tn tho dtstrlct \ Men--- ---.women - IY-mber of Dutrlls nrolleal ln elementarlr gra.ales (lst to 8th): Boys -' (gth to 12th): Boys---:-Gtrls---:- Secoatlary Grattes Gtrts---=Coltege Grades (18th to 16th): Boys Gbfs-.27. Promoilon of health: Number of nurses employetl---Physlol

,Vumber fourd affecteat NumbEr of puplls examlueil for physlcal defecte or coatagloDNlhbr of boEes ylstteil by aurse or hspectlnB ofrcer=_--Amount palat trua,nt ofrcers f-Promotlon of atteaalaDcs: Number of truart ofrcers emptoyed-: --Men----l-.women * Number of chtlttren rot attendlng schoot betwen tls ages ot ? antt 14 t4 artl 16---->--!Vumber of chrldra arresteal anal placd fux charge of

paltlnurses$ -

Physlata.nsl ^

teacber---Number

Number of years of bteh school work offeretl TechDlcal (I[. T.)--AEirlcultural

court-------l{umber of school aBal age certlocates lssuealfoUowlng courses: Aesilemlc (classlcal, scleDtlflc, eto.) Conmerclal r\omostto Sclence-]------Normal----:--Vocatlonal (uDder State Boaral)(IMPORTANT-TVo ltene to be flUeal aro on back of tllls sheet.)
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SAI.A.RIES OF TEACHERS.
SecoBalary

Enter iu the following table the rr'rrbr of teachetrs in day sdoob paid the di6erent anaual aalarle.
UeEntary
Sc'oada,ry

I
F

Falarls

I.gs

than

to $3(Xl to $4fi1to $5fiI to


$20O

to $1 l3fi) to $1 to $11499-.........
to

$8(X).to $7OO to $80O to

I'gX) to lr?q) to
to !o to to
$1,

$1'699............,.1

$1r?99-...,........1

$900 to $1,00O to
$1,1(x)

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Tdl
5& sPECIAL
oo" 6ogdrng? REPORT

(""-'e 2j

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11)-..

IF A CONSOLIDATED SOHOOL
{e) Are the gm,tle sohool puptls aU essenbld ltr

(a) DlsL No.--..-..-..*..-; (b) Nunber of Dtstrtats congollilsteal


of,

Etgh School Ellsmentary*--*! ; (f) Number of stuilents; Elementa,ry-. -.-l EtCh ; (g) Cheok Yooatlorgl Subteots taWhh Agrlclrlture-; lfanuat Eralntng:.-.--.--.-.-*-, Sewtng.. ..-._-_.,.e._,, Cookrng, t (h) Tmnsl)or.tatto! funlsheil by dtstrlcL Yes-----*r No-*-**--; Number of (Note: If yehtcle ls ovaeil by the rttstrtct, onefft[ of Anual eost of trauqtortattor S-.-.--..-. vehtoles-*--.-**; tea,chrs:

Its cost shoulO be couateil as a Dart of the anaual cot of transBortatlon.)

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TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
scHooL YEAR rs2$-t926
& valuable s( numbcE only are to be ln oue reDort. ! l. Nams ol
roDdenng
ctDbodled

B: All snose

u"-uot"Ii""

psomouon,

of at

Dames

th tlme they may have

enrolletl

.-.No.A./---,4.a2:-2-!Q*u-!?--.%:-1w---.-eounty.Illlnolo. he year shouLt-be relx)ftal anal classr^rd as thy aro at tho close of tic / tho dlstrlct'

Secondary (I{teh)-(See Doto after "Enrollment" above).


Oth

Yn

10th Yr.

llth Yn

19th Yr.

Grantl Total (Elem. and Hleh.)

ljoys I Clrls

. !& g'ow many of the above were enrolled


. .

thls year ln gome othcr dlstrlct of thls state bslore

.
r .

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Boyi-s-- clrls. : -.-- TotaL-:-enrolllng ln thls 80. LaEth of school year h tt Actual uumber ol alays Bcbool sas ln 8E Number ot ilays vrben fewer than 6 puptls were presenL I q ,/., I days attendanco o? all pupll$ onrolleil tn both elementstT anil htah scuoor -. .-XJ-**=*--.f. Totat {a- Avorago dally atteodancc ol all puplls enrolleil In both elemeDtary anal hl8ib scbool (So aote betow .{b. Total dayr attendaneo ol all hlBh school puplls (abovo 8th Sxaate}- .-. .... ... .. .. -{o. Averago dalfy attcndance ol all htch school puplts (abovo 8th Exaale) (Seq nole belor")..---*.-::=--;::::=*=: (Ni,ts-16a average dally att-ndancc ln-a ore-room school ls found by d-lvldltla lhe -total da!'s_ attendance by tho number of dayN the school Ivas actually ln sesslon. In achools o( trvo or more r(x)rns. or In schools s'hose reconls of altendane ar kcDt bv sesslon teachers, the avera8e dally attendance ls the sum of the avenrges of the unlts composlng the 6ruup. F'or example: Thd prlnclpal ot a trvo-room school should enter ln ltem 4a the sum of th averageg of th trvo rooms. The prlnclpal ol a school contalning s'everel rooms whoss work lncluds the etBht Srades and a hl8h sehool ehould entqr ln ltem {a the sum of the arerages of the grade r6oms and of the hlgh school. The FuDerlntendent o( a clty system of schools should enter In ltem 4a tho sum ol the averages of the varlbut ward gehools and ol th-e-hlgh-sehool. The prlnclp-al..o( each rvard school and the prlnclpal of each hlBh schoot should regort th avrage tor hlg Bchool lound by addlag the averages of tho varlou8 rooms or aesslo! Sroups colnposlng th6 schoul.) Doys ::- - GlrU*?.- o.otal-= !. Number of etEihth Eirail graaluates or promotlona-.--.--.----*-* puplls attenallng thls school......--.......-Boys.*:.- Gtrts...---E Total-...] 8. Number of elementory tultlon ?.Numbero'htah8chool8ra.luates...----.-...--soys--=-.
8. Number ol hlgh scbool tultlon puplls attenallng thls 0. Superlntentlents who flo no teachlng...-..---.school....-....--..-.-.--.

Boys-Y-*

trls--l;--... Total-ll

gs. Prlnclpels anal Superrylsors vho teach less than half tlme--r10. Teachers and prlnclpats reho teach hall tlmo or moro (ll moro thaD one parsotr has taught ln a

-1lI Men-..:..-- Tromen-.i]-notqr .-::: Men..-*--. Women---. Totat-3lten.--r/* Women=*Totat--/-llen.-5--- 'WoEen --Sfotat-.-ll:-

IIen.-11...... Women-lTs6r

room count only tho ono teachlng at the entl

ol tho term)-

.11. Total

lla .Ut.

number ot atl teachlng posttlong (sum of 9, 90, enal 10) (show onty tho actual Doslttons)..--Total numbGr of htgh school tachlng posltlonE (rhow only th6 actual Dosttlons) -.-..-

Quauncatlons of all teachers. (Total not d,o exceed total of ltem 11.) Number of Bradluates of Couego and State Normal School...-,.-...-.--*; College only-.--..=-......; Normal School only..-.-*--t.C"nduates of 4 year lllgh School anal attenateal College 3 years......l:l:I..., College t 2 years.--------.--.--, Collegie or l{ormel School 1 vear...-J/=.....-., nelther Colege aor Normal Schoot.--..--]-....t Attendeil lllgh sshool oDly threg''ear3-.----= tlro years....-c-----, ono year-:-.

lza- Quallflcatlons

of Elgh School teachors, (Total not to esceetl total of ttem 11a) Number of grailuates of College and State Normat school...--.--..-....; college only-.---.-.----.......; Normal school only-..-.--.-...-...; Graeluates of 4 year hl8h scbool anal attenalett collego tlree years..-.-.-----*., College treo years, College or Normal School one yean-.-..-----..-..-.., nelther College uor Normal School.......--..--.--.--; Att\,eo yearE..-.........i--.r--., one year...-------.---.-. tenaletl lllgh School orlly thres years..-.-

.18. Vacancts oi teachers eeuseal by dath*-----by restgnattoro-..r:-..----by change lor sp!'tnB tet-m-.:--Total t15. Amount of annuat dalary earneat by alt teachrs: lten, Uf-QR*"2-?--t --::= Tgomen, t-=---; Totat, ifu-A..l5.:-8(lf _a posltlon has been held by more thao one person, Slvs as annual sal,ary ths suln earned by all for tbo teacher hotdlog tho posltton at end ot term.) .womeD,
tr6a'. Amount of annual'salary earneal by hlgh school teachers only: luen, $-----,--*-; $ - :-=--. -*.; r18. Number ol teachers contrlbuilng to the Illlnols State Teachers' Penslon and netlrement FuDiL--*:-::--..-...-;

Total, l.--=--.----

Amount Gontrlbuteal

1?a- Numbor of school houses tn the dtstrtct usetl by htgh schools only.---..h:.--.--- hrbuc--.---.--E;--- Itenteil --.--G---. Total-----lll] .1t. Number ot stttlngs for study: (A double seat to be counteal as one sttttng, -.-.-3-O-.---.20. Glve length of gervlce In thlo dlstrlct of teachers holdlng posltlons at close of school: 1 yr..--5F-.....-.-.-..-. 2 -/.._..*.._-_ s yrs..-..-L--.--..---. { yrs..-.-..---.-*--. 6 yrs........:-:----------- I yrs..---.-.}---.-- ? yrs,--...-:.......- 8 }ra.----.a.-.------. 9 yrs,--=:----.----10yrs.-...=...-......-..11v"s.........-I].-...-.12yrs.........:::-........13yrs.'.--...i*..-.....14rs.......:_.........16yrs.-..-:--.--..*16yrs._._ (Count part ot a yeaF aa a yea!. Total Bhoulal rz yrs..-.---T---...- lB yrg.---....."-...-.- 19 yrs.--..--.--:--- 20 yrr, equal that of No. 11.) .24. Number of volumes ln llbrary xcluslve of supplementary reaallnE books for class uso --.-..t6. Number of prtyato schools ln the dlstrlct-..*--J{umber of teachers employeal*.:-I\Ien-----.---Tyomen..---:=---.J{umber of puptls nrolleil ln elementary grailes (lst to 8th): Boys--.-.----..-----.. Glrls---..-.*-*.ssconalary Crades (gtb to 19th) Boys--.-...--* Gfrfs......Glrls-.-...---.* Collegs Grailes (13tb to 16th): Boys..-*.-.8'll. Promotton ol heatth: Number of trurses ernployetl--R--physlclane--.--.-*--.Amount palal nurses $--.--=::-- physlctanc l----..==fouail afiocted--*.-.--Numbor of homes vlsltod Number of Duplls examlued for physlcal defects or tnspeetlng omcer-5........._ by nurse or Women------A,mount palal truant ofllccrs t.------__. Fmmotlon of attendanc: Numbor ol truant omcers employedol chlldren arresteal &!il Number of chtltlrea not a,ttonaltDg rchool botseen the eBes ot 7 anal 11-----*1{ anil t6---Numbor pLacsit ln charTie ol teacber------J{umbor sentencetl by a court..----.-.. - Number ot rchool anal aEi certlf,cates lssucil--...-.-*.-ts. Number ot yesns of bigb school work ofiered la the follosvlng couraes: Acaatemlo (classtcat, rctonttnc, etc.)-----CoDmorclal*-..-J'-SclenFe-.-.**Normal--.. Traales anal Intlustrtes------.-..--..A8irtcultu --Vocattoaal (undcr Stat6 Boa!d)-....-..-.-.--.-. (IltPo.R,TA-lflI-Slx lteEa to he 6lled are on brck ol tblr ghcet.)

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14, SAI,ASIES OF TEACEEBS Enter in the followiag table the numbsr of teachers in day schools

pa,id the different annual salaales.

tess than $200-....-.---... $200 to $299--........ .


to $1"499--

$600

to

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

-------.--.

?fi) to $1,799*-.---....

! .......-.........

Total (same as lten

11)-...

E& SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED 8CHOOL. (b) Number ot Dlstrlats coaeoltalateal; (a; Are the trede school DuDlls Area ln sqna,re mlles---.*---; not, tn how many buf&Ungis?---(at) of teacherg: Elementa,ry ; (f) Numbsr ot stualeDts; Elmentaty ; EIFh ; Manual ttaldng_; (S) Check Vocadonal Sublects taughh Agrlculture-

No.--; one butlillng?--Jf


(a) DtsL

aU airsembleit ln

(e) Number

Elgb
Sew-

veblcles-.-----;

No-**---; ; (h) TransBortadon turalsheal by dlstrlcl Yes---, (Noto: If vehlcle ls owueal by the dlstrlct, Annual cost of transBortatoD $-_---Da,rt of the annual cost ot tra,nsportatlon.)

Numbor ot

one,ifth of

Its cogt shoulal be counteal as a

(a)

dlstrlct---; (il) Salarles ot teachers 9-Number tn

69. spECrAL REPORIION pUBLtc q9HOOL KTNDERGARTENS. (b) Enrollmst: Boys---; (c) Number teachers--*--; elrls--;

(a) Number,
sahool

agos

" 6{I. SPECIAL REPORT ON DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND CHILDREN. (b) Number tn State or Brlvate tnstltutloDs to 21, ln illstrlct--;

or

classes

of

tilstflct--__-;

(d) Number of teachers:


grounile and egulpment

; (t) Yalue of butliltng,

Men***--*! $_..-*.*-.*

'tVomen

(c) Number ln

rDoolal

(e1 Number of selrsrate

61. SPECIAL REPORT ON CRIPPLED CHILDREN.

(a)Number'ages6to21,reporteilbytnrantoffcer-;(b)NumberenrolleilhsBeclalil|stftctschoolorclassos:

Boys-;

(c) Number teacherg: grounils anrl equtDment $-.__(s) Yslue of butriUns,

Glrls--_-;

Metr--;

Tfomen--;

(at) Numbr seBarate

scbools-;

62 SPECIAL REPORT ON DELINQUENT CHILDREN. (a)Numberschools-;(b1EhrolImenhBoys--;Glrlg-;(c)NumberteacheE:Men--; (il) Number geltqm.te sohools, Women---; ; (s) Value of DutlillaA grouailr anil egutBuent f--

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TEACHER'S,{NNUAL REPORT
SCFIOOL

YEAR

1943.194J,

To the Teachr or Superlntendent! [he State antl Natlona.l authorltlos aeeal a,ndl demantl all tbe ilata calleil f,or lu thls reporl You are reailertng a valuable servlce by a careful atrd prompt Erung out of each ltem. X'or coErmon schools of otro teacher, ltoms wlth sta,rreil numbers only are to be Olletl. In schools of two or mor teachers the alata, should be coUectetl by ths Superlntenilsnt or Prlnclpal atrd embotllett h oue reporl One copy ls to be fledl wlth ttr'e County Superlotsndlent wlthla one weh after tho close of sclrool.

iffise-E^eL-M
1.
IIEIACEERS AND ENROI,LIITINT note Elementary (See note after "Enrollmenf' above,)

.'?,\\

EnrollmDt; Note: All whose aames have been enrolletl dudng tbs year shoultl be reBorted a,nd classlf,ecl as bsfolo promotloa, o! at the tlme they ma,y havo left the dlstrlcl

------*

county,'rnors
theS[*d,1E

at rhe close of the yeer

Number of lf,eachers
MD

'Llnderga,rtea

lst Yr.

zad

Yn

Sral

Yn

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th Yn

?th Yr.

,8th Yr.

|[otal

TromeD

Total

/
Eish
MeD

/
af,ter'Elarolloeat" above.)
9th Yr.
10th Yr.

e
llth Yn
12th

/
Yn
Graaluates

/
Post

3
Total

Schoof (See note

Numbor of Teac'herE
Women

Grand Total (ElE" ard glgh)

Total

. la- Eow many of the above were [rolleal rhts yggs' ln some otber allstrlct of thls
elrolllng ln tlls illstrlot:
Silemetrta,tT

state beforo

.2.

IrltE;th of school Yea,r iD mon

.
i

?a*

Aotual lumber of tlays sobool was !u


Tota.l days atteaalarce

sesslor f ,/ r

o8.
8a.

of alt puplls enrolled ta graalos one to elgiht

^.rr*r". /

y'Uy' 3Vairso

Averags de,lly attnalasce of a,ll puplls eBtoUed ta draaes otre to lght lncluslv. (Se Dote bslow 8oa)
Tota,l alay6 atteBala,no of all puplls tu grades one to etgiht bcluslve, excluslve of tultton

. Br.
.

,;*-n

SaiE AveraEfo ata,fly

atteldla[cs of all puptls ln grad,s otte to tsbt lacluslve, oxcluslve of tultlou pupfls (Bust

wlth ltem

6a,

of State Attl

clatm)

6'F'' ''T1
frd

3b, Total

tlays atteqdlauco ot aU puplls nrolleal la hteb

8c'.AYerageilallyattondaaceofaupup|lsenroueill'rhlBbschooL(seenotebelowscx)8br Total ilays attentlaaco of all puplls


ac8- Ayerage alaUy atteDal,aace ourolleal

W)i"*

"f

ln ldgb school, excludvo ot tuluon

of all puplls eDrolleal ln hleh school, excluslve of tulttoD purrlls. (Note-The average alally atteDalauce lB a oae-room school ls founal by tuvldtlne the total days attonda^nce by the number of days the richool was actualfy ln sesBlon In schools of two or more rooms, or ln schools whose records bf attentlanco are kept by sesslon teichors, the avorage dally attendanco ls the sum of tbe a.l/erages of the uDlts composlng the group. For oxample: 1|he prlnclpal of a tso-roob school sho-ulal eater ln Item 3a the suE of the averages of the two rooms. The supsrlntenalent of a clty systeE ofschools should enter ln Item 3a tho sum of flre avrages of tho varlous ward scb.ools. The prlnclpal of ach ward scbool aad ttle prlnclpal of ea,ch hlsh school shoulal roDort tho a,veraeis for hls school found by adtung th6 averagoa of tle varlouB rooms or sessloa grouts coroposlng the sohool.)

e4. o5.
6.

Number of etghtlr graile eiraaluates or

Number of elmeDta,ry tuttlon puDlls atteDallng tlxls Number of htgh school Srailue'tes (I'out
Number of hlgh sc.hool tuluon puplls atteadtng thls

.1rota,Lllot,L--Dan+ar n^+dt I

88.
8a-

I **r,. Numborofscboolbur1dbEigtuthott1strIctuseilbylementaryschool-/."pu?'tloReDteil-Tota.lNumber of school bulldltngs la tho tu6ttiot usod by hlelh Numbr of

school-

publlo.--

RgDteil-_--_--

"L4.
aL4a.
c16,

Unra,rfes- /
'!il'onea
Gm,iles (gth

Number of yoluBes ln Ubra,rle8 excluslvo of supplemeDta.rT readlng books for class Number of prlvate schools ln the dustrlct-------Number of teachers employedl--.._ puplls enrolleil lD elemeDtalf sratles (1st to 8tb): Number of

Boys-CgtrlB--__Secolttlary lnou't

to 12th): Boys.-Glrls--=
phyFlclaqs,

4L7.

PromotloB of heatt!: Number of Bulss

ry Numbsr of puplls examlaed for phystcal alefeots or ooDta,gtorn--rl--Sumber


[urse or tnspectlng o6oer-.........._-

etaploysd---physlolaas.

paldl Dulses'

tmmmi

$<-*6

or"i

tound

a,fisot(l

Nlhber of

bomes vtetted by

homouoD of attenalarcg: Number of truant oncers


Number of ctrlltlren

employsal- Mon-. TfoEetr----Amouat patal tfira,Dt oEcers, lmm;-Ei Dot attonallng: sohool bstleeen tho ages of ? a,tlil 14----14 alil 10-----Number of c&tlilren a,restetl aDal Dlacad
N-nbor
sontoBced by a

ln chargs of ts,chet-

court---.Numbe!
(ovER)

of school a,Ddl ago certl0cates

(IMPORTANT-Threo lteme to bo fllled ar6 on back of thle shsot.) (68476-28M-12-18)

"dEfu2

lOZ SPECIAL REPORT IF A


(a) DlsL

:'

CONSOLTDATED

sCH@L
sohool puDtls a,Il as8Embtal

No.---.._.-.._-i
;

(b) Number of Dtstrlcts

; (c) Are tllo grade


(al) Aroa ttr squaro

la

oDe bulldtDg?

If

Dot, la how maay

buutltass?..-..._-_--*-__;

(e) Number of tachEl8: EllEeDtarT EIAh

; EGb Sehool---.-..*--_i
Yocatlonal SubJects tauBht:

(f) llumber of stualeats: Ellementanr--;

(c)
;

Cheok

Agrlculture-

; Manual thalnlry---._-.--.i

Sewtag ,

(h) thansport ,tlon furnlshoit by ittstrlot. yen


16,

__*__;

No--.*_-

SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS

(a) Number

lr 9---._-_;

(b) ErroUment: Boys---.*---..;


(e) CutreDt expgnss for ysr, g-

Gbls--*.-.-_-_;

(c) Numtror

(il)

Salartes of teachers,

Bl&nks.firrslshedt bv VEHNON

L NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT oF pUBLlc

INSTRUCT|ON, Sprlugflel4 llllnots

Other lnfomatloa wblch may be tequstoil by CouDW Supe;lDteadeBt,

Part tlmo tahors (not subEututs)


Nams
Subjeot

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ANNUAL REPORT

SCHOOL YEAR T9M.1945


To th Toaohen oF guperlntcndant! lf,be State aaal Natlonal authorlttes Dseal aud demard all tbe data caff-eA for ln rhls reporL You are raalertag a valuable servlee by a ca,reful atral prompt flillag out of eaah ttn, For cornmfi schools of one tea,chor, ltemr slth sta,rred nuEbers oDly aro to be dlletL ln schools of two or more teaohers the tlata sboulil be coUsottl by the Superlatetrilent or P'tnclpal and ssrbodled t! oae rsport. Ore copy ls to be f,led stth tho Couaty Supsrtnteutletrt wtthln oao veek aftr tho clos of gchool. :

OnrollEDt Noto: All wbos |ranes hars bsen enrolled durlnB tlre year'shoulil b rsportd a,ad ilaasloed bofors DromotloB, of, at tho ttme they may he,vs left the altstrlot

Illlaols tboy are at tbs clo8 ol the yoat

1.

TEACEDB'S ATiID ENBOLI.MDNT EllemeDtary (See note aftr "Ilnrollnent" abovo.) Numbor of lleachers Kladerlst Yr. garten
nllen

2ad

Yr.

3rd Yr.

4th Yr.

6th Yr,

6th

tr.

?th Yr.

8th Yr.

Total

Tyomen

Itbtst

I
a

ql-

I
12th

J
Yr.

,4, /4

Elsb School (See note atter 'lEnmllmontl' abovs.) Number of Teachers gth Yr. lllth Yr. 'WoEeta llotal Men

11th

Yr.

(llleE. anil Elgh)

Clrand Tota,l

1a" llow runy of the above were enrolled thts yeaa ln some other dtotrlot ol thls state before
onrolung tn thts dtstrtat? Ellsmenta,ry

aq . *t-

IraEfb of scJrool yea,r la

Aotual rumber ot alays sobool was

. g.

Total tlays attnalrauce of all puptls enrolled tn siraates one to etsht Iaolun*u

,/ J- d 7

. 3a. Avsrago ila,tly attsDda,tce ot a,ll puplts oaroUd ln grattes otre to elght lnctuslv. (Ses note befow acx) ,X.J. a& Total drays attonilance ot all pupils tn girados oas to etght lnolustTe, exclustve of tuttloa ntn* / f / f

e, f.

..3ax. Avelage alalv attoralanoe of an DuDlls ln grades one to elgbt lncluslvo, exclusive of tuttton puplls (must agree wlth ttem 6a of State Ald

clalm)3b. Total
3c,
days attenalaace of all puptlc orrolled fa hlgh sshools.
Averagie dally attenalanco

ol all puplla earollefl ln hlgh sehool.

(See note belo\y

3o:)-

3bx. Total days attetrtlauce of all puptls etrroUed


3qx. Average da,lly atteDilaDce

b nEt

school, erclualvo of tulttor

of all putlls eDrollal ln hlsh sahooln oaoluslve of tutttoa puplr (Note-The avrage dally attenilance Ia a one-room school ls sohool was aotually ln sessloD. Iu schools of two or mor f@: the ayerage de,lly atteDdance ls th aum ot the a,yerages of I scbool sboulal eBter In Item 3a th sum of the average of the Item 8a the auE of tbo a,verages of the varlous wa,ral school shouLl report ttre &veragie for hls scbool found by aalatttrglhe
grado graduates or

t 4, Number of olgbth

llotaL----Q,-

--/

. 6.
8.

N'mber ot elementa,r:r tutflon puptls attenatlng thls


Numlter of hlgih school gEa.duates (Frour yea,r)
Number of htgb school tultlon puplls attenallng thl6

school--(/_.__. Roys---_GirlE--1fof6t

rii

Total-__
_
Total

7.

.t

Number of school butlittngs ln the altstrtct useal by elementarlr


school bullaltrgs

84. Number of

"ouoot ln tbe dlstrlct useil by htgh school-

putuo- /
pubu.

n"dteil
Rotrted

To

taL)-

Itota,L---

.11. NuEbr of ttbra.rtes r/--.t4a- Numbor of volumes ln ubrartes

r/t

eroluslve ot suFplemeBtary rea.iltlg books tor

'16.

Numbsr of prlvate schools tn the iltstrlct.


puplls enroUeil la elemeata,ty

-f--*"mber grados (1st to 8tb): Boys-Glrls.----Scoaala.rrr


employeal----pby6lola,Bs-.Amount

o*" o""-2-fl2Men--Womenof teacherr emptoyed


Graale! (gth to 12ti):

J.[r'mbr of

Etoys-clrlE
lrhydotals, giDm;;r",
of homes vlsltett by

.17. Fomotlon of health: Number

of Dutaes

pa,lal nurBeq

Number of puplls era,mlned for physlcal alefscts or nutse ot hqleotlDg

ontaglo!--

Nunbsr fouaal

""ff afsoteal___Number

?mm

ofrloerAnoilrlt paLl trua,nt ofilcors. S-_-*_-employed---![en--.Trop61 (Douars oDly) r4 aatl 16--Number of ohtlatren arresteal aDal lrlaceal sohool betweeD the ages of ? ard 14-

Promotlo[ of atteBda[co: Number ot truant ofitcsrs Number of chllilren aot atteBallaB

tn

charelE

of

teacher-

rYu'absr sotrteacsal bv a

court-J{umbr
(ovnB)

of school atril ago csrutrcats

(IMPORTANT-Thro6 ltcms to bc filled aro on baok ot thls shoet.)

(?888?-28u-12-{)

@Fe

107. SPECIAL REPORT

lF A CONSOLIDATEO

SCI.iOOL

(a) DtsL No.---;

(b) Numbor of Dtrstrtots oonsoltilatod.---------;

(o) Are the gaado school puplts all a,ssembleal tn oue bulldtng?

; U Bot, ln how many

butliltneis?--;

(al) Area,

la

squa,ro

; (e) Number of teae.hers: Ellementalp '

Egh

(O NuDber of-Ft$tlobts:Ellemeutr,4/---

; Iltgh School

---; (c)

Ch6ck

(h) llbaDspodatlo4

furatshedl

by tltstrtct. Y
' ,-. ,

-_-;
t I

108. SPECTAL REPORT .oN PUBLIq SCHOOL KIN.DEROARTENS

(a)Numbertailtstrlot--;(b)EarollmeDt:Boys--._-..-.;Glrls-._..-_-_:(o)Numbfte6chorg-i
(it) Sahrfes of teacbrs, $
l

,; (q) Current erpelrses fot yea,q $:7---

Btaaks furulshed by VERNON L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN8TRUCTION, Sprhddeld, Inhots.

Other lnformatlon wblch may be rquesteil by Couaty SuperlnteBilelt.


I

Part tlme teachers (Bot sEbstltutos)


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TEACHER'S ANNUAL REPORT


scHool, YEAR
r94s-r946

To tho ieaoher or Superlntendent: 1f,he Stz,te aail Na,tlonal authorlttes rrsed anal alemaad a.ll the ds,ta callecl for tn thlg rsp6rt" You a.ro renalorlng a, valuable servlce by a careful al3il prompt flUhg out of eacb ltm. tr'or oommoa schools of one tea,cher, ttems wltlo starred aurnbst's oDly a,re to be flltt. h schools of two or more teachera th d,ata Bhoulal be collecteil by the Superlntonalent or Hlolpal anal gmbodleal ln oae reporL One copy ls to be flleil slth the Courty Suporlntentlent wltltn one week after the oloso of school

Dnrollment Note: All whoae aames havo bee! sntolleal alurlng tho year should be reported aaal olasslnod before promotloE, or at the tlme tlley m&y bavo left tJle dtstrlol

a,re

llllnols at tho clos of tle yeaf,

?TEACIIT'RS AND ENROI,LIIXINT

tlemeata.ry (See note after 'Elrollment" above.)


Number of Teachprs
Mon Women

[(lnclergarten

1st

) f
'Wornen

/
gth Yr,

Yn

2t1fl

Yr.

Sral

Yn

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

oth Yr.

?th Yr.

8th Yr.

ClessoE

Special

Total

I
10th

2
Utb Yr.
12th

/
Yr.

?
r"t"r

?
.",tlil$"I"ft1o,

Hteh School (See aote after "Enrollment" above.)


Number of Teachrs
MeB

Yr.

F::b$Fitfii"'l

Total

e 1a. Ilow many of the above vere enrolleal tbls year ia some otber dlstrl,ct of tnls state before

oltolllngi t[ thls alistrlct? Elemeuta,ry t4"7e/t'1P

--

--Illgh

School-

. 2. IJstrgth of scbool year ln montbs r t 2a. Actusl uumber of days. school rras lq -s68sloD
(same aE ltm 4 on Clalm (Same aB ltem

tor state arc,

. g. Totat tlays atteqdance- of aq puplls enrolleal t! -' (S-ame a! ttem 6 otr cla,lm for Etato atal) i ga. Averai dally --' (Sime?s lteir
I

Sirades otr

to etght ,^*r""

/ 5 / {

86l) Z, e, /- 6

?ttenalance-of all !up!h uotlett ln Exades one to etgbt lnoluslvo. (See Doto belov 6 on clalm for state alal)

. gx- Tota,l days att,|ldaace- o! a{ pupfls h- B-.ratls olg to l8iht lttclu!ilYe, eacludve of tuiuon pupus-- (-Saqe ad item 6a oa claLm for stat al6) I
;
I t;
P

f-13

. gaE Average --(Sa;ne

dauy-attentl_aucs -of all pupqs.h grailes oDe db tten6a on clalm for state a'ld)

to elght lacluslvo, olcluslve of tuttlon puplls-.

1-a

3b. Tot ,l days attentlancg gf au puplla 'rr-olled lD hlgh (Same as ltm 6 o! olalm ror st ,te ato,
Ac. Averase alatly altslalatrce --- -tS'a.me-as item 6 oa Glalm

gf aq puplls-eurolleil la hlEib sohool. (Soe Doto bolow 3ot<)-for state ald) la blCh seibool' aeludYe of tutttoa DuDlls----

Bbx. Total days attonalancg 9f af pupils eqroUetl ---tSane as ttem 6a oD clalm for state aial)

8F.aAveragodauy.atteB.larrcpofau.pupll8.nrouedbbtgh!clbool,eIolustveoftultlonpupu --(satie ;a lted 6ax or clalm for state altl)


n-cnoot

(Note'-Tt average dally attenalance ln a, oDe-r:oom school ls touad by dtvlqhgi the total qa,ys attenqance by the nunber ol d&ys thc was actuatly ln sssslon. In schools of two or mofe rgoBs, or In schools whosg rcords o! attenaLaqce arg kept by sessio! teachera, tfre-average daily-attondaooe ls the sum of th avera,Be-of the urltE oomposlng tbo-srouP. .tr'o-r example:_ The-princlpal of a, two-rcoD icfroot sno-UA enter ln Item 3a the surn of the averaEg ot thq two roomg. Itg sqperl'ntendelt gf q olty- rystem. of^ sclroo-ls shoulal enter ln the prlnclpal gf 'a_oh hlgh gcj|ool item-aa the sum of the avorage of tho verlous waid sc,hools, Ttre prl4olpal of^acb sard school-atralgroups comFosing tbe sohool.) shoutA report th average for hls sohool founal by addlnB tJre averages ol the vartous rooms or sesslon
-To
L

| 4. Number of elghth girade Eraduatos or . 6. Number of elemeutary tultto! puFils attotraltDg tle school F

w/

G#

.-

Total

noys-"-Gtrl8--_-Tota.l.6. Nqpber of hlgh scilrool Faalua,tes (tr'ouq year)--_-__ Tota'l?. Numbr of htgb sc&ool trruBlts attenalbg thls sc'hool-t/, r g. Numbe! of school bullallags tn the attstrtct usett by olementary school----l----Jublto----------Bentetl -=.-- -Totr'l-- Z.8a- Number

of

sctrrool buntuaeis

ta tho altstrtot usd by htgh

school-ra,allngi booLs

-_Pubua,-...-=-.--Feutedl----Total-for

t14. Number ot
rL4a, Number
r16.

ttnrartesL "rt* t* U P
\unbot ot
Dbvslalals,
Graals (9th

of volumos ln ltbm,rls excluslve ot supplenenta,ty

Number of prlvate schools


puplls enroUerl

l\ tlle dtsl''flqg'-1*.?J.--jNllt'J,}er of tqachers emDloyed-Morr-----Womotr-

b lEentary gadles (1st to 8tb): Boys--Gtrls-----Secolda,ry

to 12tb) I Boys-_-Gitrls-

.1?. Fomouou of liealflr: Number of nursss employeal---DhvartotaDs--------aEouat rrElil trursos,


Number ol puDlls exa,mlned for pbyslcal dfeats or oolta8loD-nurss or lnspcd'aB

tDam;mf

tS;m;;ff
bt

i 1l'sa

lYumbsr fouDal

of homes vldteat

oflcerltlployeit Tfoh[-----Amount
and
paldl truant ofrct1s,

Fromotloa of atteaalatrce: Number of tl1ra,llt ofroers

$.._.--- only) (Do[ars

Number of chllttren

'lot

attenatlngi school betweea the aBes

of ? alil 14-14

16

rvshber of .]hlltlren

aJrrestal atral placod

tn c,barge of teacher-------Number seDtercett by a cowt---Number

of school eual a8ie certlf,cates

(8282-26M-12-46)

-dffirz

(IMPoRTANT-Three ltsms to be filled are on back ot thls eh66t ) (ovDB)

lO7. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CON9OLTDATED SCHOOL


(a) DlsL

No..----.-.*-----.; (b) Numbor of Dtstrtcts co!sollalated-__*.-**_-; (c) Are the .*; If aol ln how many
------; Efgh
bullctlngp?

gradle Bchool pupns aU aesembled

ln one bufldtig?

; Area ln squar
stualents:

; (e) Number of teachers: tlemeatary ; (e) Check

School-=-.*-----; Agrlculture-.-

(f) Number of

Ellemeata$r...--_-_--_-; EIgh

Vocatlonal Subjects taugiht:

-,; Manual Tralntng.-.No.---___..-___-,,___-_-_

(h) Transportaflon furnlsbeil by dtstrtcL Yes_____-*_'--_;

108. SPECIAL FEPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDEROARTENS

(a) Number lD dustrtql-.---"---------; (b) SlnrollDeDt: Boys__.-_-_-_----__-,.';

Cglrls-_

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

(d)

Salarlee of teachorB,

$_-__-*-.-;

(e) CulTent expetrses for year, $--__..*_--..--_--_-_

Blanks furDtsheal by vERNoN L: NIoKELL, SUPERI.NTENDENT oF pUBLlc tNsTRUcTloN, sprhgneLt, iltnots.

Other lnfornadou wblch mny be requestotl by CouDty SuperlateBalent.

Part tlme teachers (Dot subsututes)


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TEACHER'S ANNUAL REPORT


scHool, YEAR
1946-1947

To the Teaaher or Superlntendent: The State and Natlonal authorltlos aeedt antl dema,ntl alt tJre dlats, aalted for ln thts report. You a,re ronderlng a valuable servlce by a. caroful e,ndl prompt flubrEi out of each ltem. tr'or c,orrunon schoola of one tea,cher, ltems wlth sta,rreal numbers only e,re to be Aleal. In schools of two or more teacbors tlro alata shoulct be collectetl by tlle Superlntndnt or Hnclpa,l anil emboalleal ln one repolt. One copy ls

Rl'L

a-

EbroUmont Note: All whose rames have beeu arolled durtng: the year shoultl be reporteal antl classlf,etl as they before promotlon, or a,t the tlme they hav left the dlstrlct. 1. ITEIACITFRS AND ENROI,LIITENT Eilementa,ry (See Dote after "Einrollmeut" above. Number of Teachers
Men

Klntlergarten

lst Yr.

Znrl

Yr.

3rtl Yr.

4tb Yr.

6th Yn

6th Yr,

?th Yr.

8th

Yn

Womln

Total

8f'x1?l

I
Number of Teachers Mett
Womeu

I
after "Enrollment"
9th Yr.

J-'
aboYo.) 10ttr Yr.

I
l1tb Yr.
12th

2J

I
Total

ol

r"t'r

HIEih School (See Dote

Yn

Post Graduatos

antl Specla.l
Classes

Grantl Total (Elem. ancl lllgh)

Tota.l

1a.

IIox/ many of tlle above were enrollotl thls year ln some other dlstrlot of thls

sta,te bfore

. 2.

Leneith of school year la months...............---...&--....-....-.-.-

s Za. Astual number of alays scltool was ln sesslon......... -..-./..L5--...-..-------.--. (Sa,mo as ltem 4 oa clatm for state atat) (lncluale hoUalays and lnstituto alays)

. 3. Total days atteDalaJtce of alt puplls enrolled ln (Same for atd)


as ltem 6 on clalE state

graclos kludorga,rten to eteiht hclusive...........

...89.6

,5

A'

ga. Avorate qaly attendarce- of a.ll pup-lts enrouett (Same as ltem 6 ou clatm for state ald)

ln

grades Hntterga,rten to elgbt tncluslve. (See note below

Bcx)..-.....-.5{-

.3:<.

Total alays atte4tla.uce-of


(samo as

tte.

6a,

on clatrn for ste,t

a,U

puplfs tq-exaales kindorgarton to elght ltroluslve, excluslve of tultloa pup11s................. kirdorgarton etght iaolusive' tulttoa puplls""""""""'

arat)

.ffi-{" 'ffi-e

+ 8i& Average tle,lly, attenqagcs- of q,u pup_us (Same ds ltem 6a oa clalm for state a.ial)

ln

gra,alos

klaflerga,rten to etght lnclusl\/e, e:.cluslve of tultlon

pup11s.."........

fr *.a

NOTEI Do r@t abu moe than lS dat por day lor Klndcrgarten ln items 8, 8a' 84 3u.
3b. Total days attendance of all puplls nroUtl in hlgh sc'hoo1s.........'..... (Same as ltem 6 on clalm for sta,te ald)

t*

tJr"i""u3.ru#S?t:T"jtrtr i.t"Ti.$%-lifntorle'l

lB hrsh school' (see note below acx)"""'

gb& Tots.l days atteatlance of all pupils enrolletl - - (Same as ltem 6a on claLB for state altl)

h hfgh

school, excluslvo of tultlon pupils.......-..-.."...

Bcx. Average dally -attentlance of- all puplls. enrolleil -- (Same -as ltem 6ax on claim for state aitl)

ln hlgh school, exolusive of tultlon puplls....-------.-.

(Note-The a,vera .tlatly attendance LD a oDe-room school ls fountl lry dlvld-f.s -the total qa,ys attendance by tho number of alays the icbool was actu-g,Uy lu sosslon. Ia schools of two or more nooms, or^tn schools whose recortla of a,ttendance aie tebt. nv JeJst;n a;;;he;: the averagq datly atteqda,Bc ls ths suII of the averagie- oJ the unlts composlng the group. For example: ftre pitacipal of a two:rorifr school shoulcl entel ln Item 3a the sum of the average gf t-bo two Fooma.- Tbe-supe4ntendentof a ctty-system of scho6tJshtutti entii-G Itm 3a the sur of the averagg of ,thg,YPTioYs.wPr.d_.scJ1g_ols. The prlrrjtpal of each wartl school and tlie prlncipal of eaJn E1-eh-s-chool should leport the a'verage for hls school found by aaldlngi tbe averagea of tbe varlous rooms or sesslon g"oups composlJrg the scfool.)
N

4. Number of etghtJr gra,de Eiraduates or promotlons.


Number of elomontary tuitloE puplls atteBdlDEi ths school......-.

,Total.... fr........-...
..-...Totar-.......-O--........

i 6.

?. Number of hlgh
8a. Number

school tuluou puplls attendbg thls scJrool--

of school bulltltngs ln the tllstrict usecl by hiih school......


.--.--....-."'1""-"""

.....................Fub11c...................

Total..............-........

.14. Nunber of ltbrT.rtes---.-.


o14a.

Nubber of volumes lu llbraries excluslve of supplementr,ry readltrg books for class us.........- ..-2...t-.9--.-."-

I(lnflergarten tnroUment
Boys Glrls
Boys

Gnidles 1-8

Graales 9-12
BoYs

Total
Boys

Glrls

Girls

Glrls

1?. Eealth,

Speclal Educa,ttoa sixal Atteldance: No. of Durses employed...........-X........ Physlclatrs............*....."..

Is

completo physlcal exam. requtred

ofallpuptlsatleastonceevry+yeanz.........)y;k.-------(YesorNo).,No.ofstudents8lYenphyslcalexam.tblsv"u.................*^..,..........o.oF lreil by physlclan, (or". o, tee,cher) Crtpplea.........l[-..-...... 8pt1ept1o..............X.....


Card1tac.............X.......

T. B. (Acttve)

...........1....-.......... NO.

EINROIj,ED IN SPEICAL EDUCATION CLASSES or servlces esta,bUsheal or matntatneat by your austrlct3 vtsron........zK...-....-.

gearrns.......rf-.........., Speech..-.......X......... Other phystcally hanalicappeal........ ...X-................ (IMPORTANT-Three items to be filled aro on back of thle shoet) (26094-26M-10-46)
(OVIIR)

@bll2

r
107. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL

(a)Dtst.No.-....-........-......;(b)NumberofDtstrlotscoltsoudate.I...........i(c)ArQtIegTa.leschoolpup|Isau
-.; U trot, ltr how Eany bulltllngs?

; (s)
Vocatlonal SubJeots taughts Agrlculture.....--...-.---..---; Maaual T:ralntls

Chok

; Sewtn9...........-----.-----.--.;

Cook1ng..................-..-.............-;

(h) Ilransportatlon fumlsbed by dlstrlct,

Yes.....................--......--*.;

No.....................................

1OB. SPECIAL REPORT

ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENS

(d) Salarles of teachers,

8....................................;

(e) Current erpsnsa for yoar, $.........*...............

Blsroks furDlslted by VERNON L. NICKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INATRUCTION, SprfllSflefaL nrrn6fu.

Ourer lnforma,tloB wblch may be requested lry Couaty Suporttltetralent"

Part tlne toaeJrers ([ot subsututes)


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School Building: General Repair Good.

School Grounds:

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Drainase Good

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Balph Gibbs, Clerk llariford Tucker

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, DWIGHT H. GREEN, GOVERNOE DEFARTIEIIT OF FUBLIC HEALTH


ROLAND T. CROEE. M, D., gPRINGFIELD
DTREC'ON DISTRICT HEALTH OFFTSE NO. 15

ATATE OF ILLINOIS

PROFESSIONAL STAFF
DrsrR

CARLINVILLE NATIONAL BANK BUILbIN6,


CARLINVILLE
TELEPHONET ?43

rcr xeer-JcupsRrNtENDENT
PUILIC HEAL'H I{UR'I

PUBLIC HEAL'I{ ENCINIIR

COUNTIES: CALHOUN, GREENE, JERSEY,


MACOUPIN. MORGAN AND SCOTT

rul|.tc Hlal-?fl Dltiltlail

Dletrlot Iee'lth DeBartrrant fl$ Batlenrl nent Buildlng


tsry i,i8,

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Eact Union School", &let. f3S Inprovcd ocll

:L$--lJl*caupln Caunty

Attcnt'on:
Ocntlsrea:

Borrd of nl:'eotorg East tiaion iichaol, Dl.st. #83

Palnyra" IllJ.ncle

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tt:a :rcll. reee:rtLy seelrleted. at tlr* liast lnlsn $ohool ulder the ldaooupin Cauatl' Ti,?,A. School Ficll ilsoonstrscbion CroJoot has beeu lnapectod a:rd founil to 'be properly prylt&ot:6d *galnot sntnnnee aj suff$.ce oontnninntlon' A rorplo of xctor pas eollc*tsd fr$us tho rrcll af ter blro lnprovEnsnt* had besa uadc and an mrlysis of thlc ?rrtor ihorad lt to be safo for drtnktn4 at the tlna of aollaotl,on. lhk wac prcvlo*lly rsportcd t* you.

te wlsh to oomcnd :.'ou upon youf actlos 1n horlng tnprovrnents nadc to nchool rrater ru;;ply. ?hLs vall rhoulrt $lrntlnue to furnLah a rafe rater I'our rupply aa long as lt roatns ln t.ta prtsoot conilltlon. It ts susilsstcd thn't ra:plo of later bo collcabed froa the rcll oogaslonilly for cr:alyslr ar a cheoL upon thc oondltios of t*te Hater. contalncre d"11 bc fonrrded for thll ;iurposo uilcn rcquost.
By dlrcotl"on
Saaplo

of t'he illrcotor

DJ ,/ Copy to f;arl l{. Xorotatc / torrtSr $uBb. of $ehoolr #nrllnvlllo, I1llnola


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J. Broad, t{. "strict iioalth D. Suparlntorddtt

/.S.- It ls *ug6ontod thut ttre g:llp be rellevecl fro&l the old ebaadoned uell and tho wcll fllled wlf;r alean oarth eo that lt rttl. be lapoealblo for porsorxs to drlnk rrstor frm tha ro1l.

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DVTGET E. GREEN, Govcraor DEPARTUENT OT PIIBLIC EEALTE

CLAXAIICB BI'GBITE S.

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SANITARY ENGINEDRING LABORATORIES


SPnINGTIELD

SANITARY ANALYSIS OF WATER FROM

F*$Hki t

$""i;fh,?'H U6^ieii^o

6"tw!

et Srrt ffion

&*t S rf

Date
Collected by.

1St8 *t* l*1t*c ** *1

Laboratorv No.

mffie
lr -

(-)

Sediment
Turbidity
Odor

Nitrite nitrogen ch
Bacterla per ml Coli-type bacteria:

o*xn STSSF

In

portions of

10 ml.

Presumptive tests

Confirmatory tests Number per 100 ml. (M P

sl

N)-It*|l an*lpt"* tad*catt* &r* tb* ntcr rr*a aqnt*l*at*d, H a*t rcf,c f*r dttnldns *t t&r tns f *ollcttf,oat qf, &t mgtr".. Stac* iirLr nll ps,rr to ilc prppcrly scat*lrct d Lt L* qeltc tLt*Iy tb*t tettsltnrtXs rhsrm tn tlrlr urnpla r*sr*ltr f,nw r*ltr bmtarlr s *{*rgr pol,}ntian*l l*tsr{rE tftFoerffid la+o t&r rr11 *erlsg *oagtructfiffb Solulbly t&c dfuLnfcatf,ssr af thn *a].1 x!.th chtcrlnrtcd tlln* fotl*lag +apldi*r of wr*trtratl& rrt aet nrfflctst b nas&rl"l*c mdr sctairatil,mr ft 1r sustls*w tr*F*rrrr:r ts d"lrtafr$t rtre*'nl tlas bsf,trr dl EantslatLm lr dr*trotrnr{+ Iherefarc" lt k rse*:csdrd tih*t tfte roll ha 4tc1nfaoi6{ rlgeta xlth I rtrwg lolnttu. of ohlrrl*t** llnr rrrta rt lorst & pouer*e of t*ra shlertnntad Xtraa, and follwtng Xarhm$$lr 6!.vrn an Frg** Ag-?6 of, t:+ rsll lrullei*lr' "Af,ttr thll has bla dmc plcltc :lsttry w ead emther rryLe $.11 bt eX,}c*ttd* Et.. I. S* furgarn $up*rlntsndst of, S.P,A. *cII Frsjrct. he* Lnf,amod ur ttat tht f.P.& *,1f &rdrh l*bor for rc-dl*lnfretXng tlrc rcll 1f lc 8s*rd of Slr+ct*r rrll,l prd*rc rtr ElsGrs{rry ctrlorlmt+d l,lmr t*r,crcferc, tG aq#l*t t}rl.t y+u g*t ln tor*b *d.th *r. &rrgw *t tlro 'P.1. offl,et ln Csll:wlllo. Ortgtq.I 6t Bsd ef &trgttct* Errt th*G $&ooln S.ra
RJs/Gf

Ittl hf3fu ,:l,bbcr s}-cr* nfryrrr llllnotr c6:ffi11 S. f,*rrt*Iar gffitJr sPt sf Sc,hooh s*rll*rtlhr lllla*tr s6rr[1 S. *rgcrr $ag** srll Scasa**lrrct|.qn PreJ. lCsltrrflk, Illlllel*
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The statements on the reyerse side are a part of thls oplnion.

DWIGET

Sf,AlE OF II,LINOIS g. GREEN, Governor

CLAREIICB W. rLASSEIT' Chtct Sadtery EUGENE S. CLARtr, Bacterlolotbt JAMES G. WEART, IR., Chctnlst

E!d!..8

DEPARTMENT OF PIIBLIC EEALTE SANITARY ENGINEERING LABORATORIES


SPRINGFIELD

SANITARY ANALYSIS

oF WATER FRoM-=ffiil-fEqt

lll&ft

E*r gryf Ffifl *lF" fft

Date collected
Collected bv

ffiL r& a|rt l- l. G.lrc

Remarks-Laboratory

No.--

Sediment-

--SSi-

-O
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Turbiditv--

odor-

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ffir
--

----

ChlorideBacteria per ml.--In

---g

portions ol

fi

ml.

Presumptive tests

Confirmatory tests Number per 100 mL (M P

__h__
N)--

t?rte *aaLysLa Lndlo*tcE tftet thc coll,e$t:.oil of to ranpLe,

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E*frlX

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Or{.glnrtr

B. A. iillgon E[Etrlct $anttary &Elnccr


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sEL 108 (20203-20M-3-42) ^t@Dz

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