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TEACHER'S REMARKS ON CLASSIFICATION

TO TEE TEACEER: This PleliEilary Report should.sbow ths preseua orgaaization of your school, and the cotrditiod of your schooboom and groundo. mo to give ygu pro,rtrpt .8trq valuable assistance duringyo]J-pre6etrt tenm_ of school. Please dll out careeulv with jnk, and enable wil :It marl to me immeiliately afttr the AchooL is organized. Due credit will be giyen for fling this report promptly, County Superintendent of Schools.

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Thisreporting sheet corresponds to a page of your Claasifrcation Register (not Attendance Register\; please fill it out with ink from your Chssification Register and return to me at the end of the last month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection. Stutly the plan given below and follow it accurately. If you have not a Claesification Register in your School lel me Lnow at once; alsoinform tho President oI your School Board. or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintenclent/e office. Please endeavor to have a Register provicletl for your school al once,6o that all the scbools may be claesified before the end of the term,

classification of any school ig the most mad.e with much care. Succeed.ing teachers shoultl not change the classification left by their predecessors without gootl reason. 6th. Tho classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at tl;e close of each term each being claesified in the gratle which he has just

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Write Answers to the following Questione:

finiahod,.

7th. A pupil changing from one echool to any other in which this Regieter is usecl, may receive from his teacheracertificate of his stanaling, which will enablo the teacher whose school heenters to classify him without examination.

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number of grades and. the work that each grade includes. 2tl. Ascertainin which grade ofthe Course each pupil has ar.osl of his work, and classify him in that grade' U he has not all of his etudies in this gracle, mark the gratlo in which such other etudies are found, under the headings for these respective studies, (See eample form

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When a pupil has completed a study anclpassed a satisfactory examination, creclit hinr with itin the column of "Studies Completed thie Term," also record it in the "Record of Studies Completetl, " in the back part of the Register. Thie record shoukl show- every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the course and graduates from the dietrict school. Tho graduating of classea is one ofthe greatest incentives that can be ueed inkeepingpupilsfrom "dropping out" of school, Diplomas for graduation will be furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study. 4th. ThefiSyllabusofClasses" showB every class in each study, antl the pupils (intlicatecl by nurnbers) belonging to it, also the pages canvaseed by each class dur-

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the names, corresponding to each number, in the cotumn of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the.classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of each term each being classified in the grade which he has justfinisrted. 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive

Tlrrite Answers to the follorving Questions:

This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your

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 /ttendance Regisnr); please

school room? Do you make daily preparation for your

If

Study the plan given below and follorv

you have not a Classification Register'in your School let me Anow at once; 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 once, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately.

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have them write from ten to twenty minutes

from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9ttr. Be iutt and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing ot opinion by successive teachers.

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

daily ? Do you slnd at least fifteen minutes givi special drills in writing daily in givlng all grades? Do vou have those

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

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

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

Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each work ? Do yori give Number Work to the
lorver grades daily?

try to decorate your school " \4'r-t room?


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

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

classes is one of the greatest incentives that can be used in keeping pupils

school. The graduating of

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. l'he names cf pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

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All pcrsons lrc mmcd afalnst mrking or publishing this blank, or any mod. lEcation of it, as it bclongs to a sericg consisting of "Wclcb's systcm of supcr. vision," ud ls utrdcr copydghL

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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent
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REPORT

DAILY PROGRAM
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non-resident pupils enrolled

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days attendance

Average daily attendance

Total No.

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No.

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Value of school apparatus

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the names, corresponding to each riuhber; in"th6 column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frx classification of any school is the most diftcult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the-classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of each term each being classified in the grade which he has justfnisfied. -

Tt/rite An'swers to the. following Questions:

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in your

fill it out with ink'fiom your Classifica'tion 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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school room? Do you mrl<e dai, preParation for your

If

Study the plan given below and"follow

you have not a Classification Register in your School let me lnout at once; also inform the President
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it

accurately.

7th. A-pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to
classifv him without examination. 8th. Certifcates o;f Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

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

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

daily ? Do you spend at least fifteen minutes all grades? Do you have those in

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
includes.

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has mlst 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 iq in the column of "Studies Completed this Term," also record it in the ' 'Record of Studies Conrpleted,' ' in the back part of the Register. This record should show every study which each pupil completes, until
he finishes the course and graduates from the district school. The graduating of classes is one of the sreatest incentives that can be used in keeping pupils

Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each weel;. work dft Do you give Number lower grades daily? \tff.-At Do you try to decora"te your school rooml

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 names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

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(Norrstatc whrl your rb@l neds in appamtus, blxckboardr, ctc' i alsb glvc thc namc of pupils trct providcd with b@ks. naming $c books nccded' Srg' gcst whcrcin thc County Supcrintctrdcnt otr coqcrltc with you for thc acvanccment of your scbol, ac.)

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

the names, corresponding to each numberr'in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classificatiori of any school is the most dificult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the'classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of each term each being classified in the grade which he has just fnished. 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive

IVrite 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.

school

If

Study the plan given below and follorv

you have not a Classification Register in your School let mi lnoza at znce; also inform the President of yo.ur 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 nflce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately.

will

from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which

enable the teacher whose school he enters to

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

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

9th.

Be

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fair in your markings,


to avoid

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How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

lst. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the rvork that each grade 2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has nost of his work, and classify him in that grade. If he has not all of his studies in this grade, mark the grade in which such other studies are found,
includes.

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 Termr"
also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed,"

Do you make daily preparation for your work ? Y--^. Do you give Oral Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and havetfem write from ten to twenty minutes deilv ? -U--r--n ' Do you spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all gradesl Do you have those in the Third and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language work ? Do you give Number Work to the lower grades daily? ute-n.

room? \ \. 'i

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room?

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

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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

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

4th. The
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belonging to each class may be found by referring to

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ITEMS OF REPORT

DAILY PROGRAM.
FORENOON SESSION
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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 ttendance Register) ; please '! Classification Register . fill it out with ink from your and return it to me at the end'of the last month of the terin. It will be kept for public inspection.
'

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 u'ith much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the classifica-

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

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

Study the plan given below and follorv

it

accurately.

he has justfnished.

tion left by their predecessors without'good reason. 6th. The classifiiation 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?

to any 7th. A pupil changing from one school 'receive other in which this Register is used, may from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination.
to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

Do you work ?

ma,ke

daiUpreparation for your Language Lessons to

the First and Second Reader classes, and


have them

8th.
9th.

Certifcates of Promoion and I\tlonthly Reports Be

writefrom ten to tlventy minutes

iult and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing o"
opiniori by successive teachers.

daily

How to Classify Your Schqol in the Classification Register.

1st. Read the course of study carefully; notice the number of grades and the wor{i that each grade

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has tnost 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
also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," Bassed a satisfactory examination, credit

includes.

nd at least fifteen minutes Do you daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades ? the Third and Do you Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language <-14 n work ? / LU Do you give Number Work to the lower grades daily?

in the column of '=Studies Completed this I'erm,"

him with it

Do you try
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to

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

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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

'

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
class

4th. The "syllabus of

Classes" shows every

belonging to each class may be found by referring to

All pcrsons arc wamcd aglinst making or publiqhing tbis blank' or any tnod ' I6etion of it as it bclotrgs to n scdcs consisting of "wclch's systcm of supct' yislon," and ia undcr copyrighL

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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent


(NornSute wbat your sh@l nccds itr aplaratus, bhckboards' ctc'; llso glvc thc namca of puDils trat Drovidcil with books. niming the books nccdcJ. Srg' s6t whcrciD thc County supctintendcnt cao co{pcratc with you for thc aJvancc, mcnt of your echol, ctc.)

DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION

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Failure to file this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be intered in h-is Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
Classification Register (not / ttendance Reg;ster) ; please

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

Write Answers to the following Questions:

This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your

fs your daily program posted up

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

If

you have not a Classification Register in your School let me Anow at once; 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 once, so that all the schools may be
;1255ified before the end

Study the plan given below and follow

it

accurately.

6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the clov of. each term each being classified in the grade which be has justfnished. 7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in wbich this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing which rvill enable the teacher whose school he enters to
classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates o1f Promoion and Monthly Repons to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

tion left by their

in your

predecessors without good reason.

school room? 1/fon,. Do you make dHilj, preparation for your work t 1,tl-eo n Do you gYve OraI Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and
have them write from ten to twenty minutes

of the term.

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

9th.

jast

.'

opinion by successive teachers.

daily ? Do you Ypend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to

How to Classify Your School in the Classilication Register.


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

all grades?

Lst.

- Do you
Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has mbst 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,
passed a satisfactory examination, credit

workl Tl

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

Do you give Number Work to the


lower grades daily? Do you try to

lo 4* I

him with it

. in the column of "studies Completed this Termr"


in the back part of the Register. This record should show every study which each pupil completes, until be 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

room?

1/,
(

from "dropping out" 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 stuiy, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) belonging to it, also the pages canyassed by each class during the term. The names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

ifiqtion of it,
vicioo,"

All

pcnonr arc warned agaiu* oaking or pubhhhe tli! blul. q aoy modu it bclmgr to a sia oorirtiry of "Wcldr'r Syrto of Supcrud i! udcr opnight.

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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent
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TEACHER'S SUMM.ARY REPORT


ITEMS OF REPORT

DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION

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grve thc

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Failure to File this Report in the Superi"fmaent'{ Office will be entered in his Record against
the Teacher as a Dereliction of

Duty.

This reporting sheet corresponds to the classification section of your Combined Register; please fill it out with ink from your Register and return to me at

bsl month- of the term. It will b6 kept for public inspection. Study the plan given belorv and follorv it accur:ately. If you have not a Combined Register in youl School let me know at
the end of the
oncel also infdrm the Pi'esident of your School Board

your recommendations has just finished. In making in tlie section at light of t'Pages Canvassed this Term," be just. T[is section c-lassifies this school for v6ur successor. lllake no recommendations that you-would not folow scrupulously lvere you to continue rvork in this school next term. ?th. A pupil changing from one school to arty other in whic-h this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, rvhich will enable the teacher rvhose school he enters to classify him without examination.

Wfle Answen to the Following

Questions:

L.
sehool

Is your daily program posted up in your

rcom?-----

af"

2.

Do you make daily preparation for your

intendent's

or youl Directol. The Register can be obtained at the County Super-

Please endeavor to have a Register provided foi' your school at once, so that you-r: school may be classified before the end of the terin.

ofrce.

Sth. Certificates of Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps and may be obtained from the County Superintendent. gth. Be just and fbir in your markings, neither too high nor too lorv, so as to avoid clashing of opinlon oy successrve teacners. The follorving rvill assist you in rnaking your Report
accuratelY:

qSc/t wnrlr? --------=T .3. Do you give Oral Language

Lessons to

the First and Second Reader Classes, and have

Iforv to Classify Your School in the Classificatiori


Register.

themwrite from ten to twenty minutes daily?

number
cludes.

1st.

Read the course of study carefully; notice the

of forms and the work that

each

form in-

2d. Ascertain in 'which form of the Course each pupil has most of the work, and classify him in that ioi'm. If he has not all of his studies in this form,
mark the for:m in which such other studies are found, under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register.) 3d. Wren a pupil has completed a study and
passed a satisfdct6ry examinatibn, 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 ReEister' This record should show ever! study which each pupil completes, until he finishei the Course and Eraduates from the district school, The graduating of classes is one of the sfeatest incentives-that can 6e used in keeping pupils out" of school. Diplornas for gradfrorn "droppinE uation rvili ie -furnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils rvho finish the course of study. in each study, dnd the pupils (indicatedby-numbers-)

the sum of the days of absence of all pupils enrolled during the term. Do not count the days a pupil .was as of absence." When a pupil is "dropped" t'dropped" he "days of youl school and is not a member henc-e-cannot be considerecl as ttabsent" in the sense in rvhich the word "absent" is here used. Absence that is less than half a day rvill be reported as a half day's absence; for example, if a punil comes before the close of the forenoon recess, iount him tardy only; but if he should not an:ive until after the forenoon recess, count him absent a half. day, Observe the same rule for the afternoon

Total Number of Days of Absence-This will

be

4.

Do you spenil

at least fifteen minutes

daily in giving special drills in

writing in all

grades?-

W
pen and

5.

'f q-*
have a position

Do you have your pupils use

4th.

The "syllabus of

Classes" shows evely class

Total Number of Days of Attendance-This rvill be . the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled during the term. The total number of ilays of attendance, plus the total number days of atsence, should ALWAYS equal the total number days of membership. This fbct will enable you to tcst the accuracv of vour results. Averige Daily Attendance-This is found by divicline th1 total days of attendance by the numb'er of

sessron.

ink in Writing Lessons?

7- Ifyou donot at present

belonging td'it, also tlhe pages canvassed- by eacl1" " cdss ?ur"inE th6 term. Thi n-ames of pupils belong; ir.rE to eacliclass may be found by referring to thq., na-mes, corresponding to dach numbel, in the eolumd '. of "Names of Pupils." i i5th. The first classification of any school is the * most difrcult, and should be made lvith uruch care' t

"

davs taueht. Alwavs express the quotient as a wliole nuirber. A fraction that is ltiss than a half should bc dlopped, but a fraction that is a half or

S"..eeai"e teachers should not change the classifica- ! without good reason. { tion - left bn their predecessors Oitt-.-- tttl classihcation as left by each teacher' '\ should show the status of each pupii at the cJose of each term eaeh being classified in the grade rvhich he
L

mole should b'e called 1. Number Violating Compulsory Attenda.nce LarvThe larv requires allpupils betwecn the ages of seven and sixteen to attenci sihool regular'ly atleast twenty-four consecutive weel<s. It does not apply to pu' pilslvho live more than two miles from school. for: rvhich you draw pay as taught,

for next term, will you notify this office as soon itliyou get the prcmise of a position-and give the name of the school? l}{a
0

Vacation Address:

Whole Number of Days Taught-Count ever:y day

Average-Cost of Tirition per Month per Pupil This is found-by didding the amount paid fhe teacher per month by the average daily attendance for the term'

R. F. D. No.

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TEACIIER'S REl,|ARKS TO SUPERIIIIEI,IDEl|T

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TEA CHER' S S U.I\IDTARY REPORT


For- - -Vt+,o.-:r- - -- -ending-Y[.orr,c-!,,-.

DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION

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etc.; also give the names of pupils not provided with boolrs' -namlng Su-Perinten{ent can itiE:i.i,t-fti,iJa'dd. Suggest wlierein the Countv cHDerate with you for the aalvancement of your sch@l' etc',

(Norp-State what your schol

needs in,appa-rltus' blackboards,

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Number of pupils belonging at date of this report

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General Remarks--

I hereby certify that the above report is correct

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FORENOON
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DAILY PROGRAM I
AFTERNOON
Ienglh In

the Countv Superintndent can

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I hereby certify that the above report is correct


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Superintendent

DAILY PROGRAM
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co-operate with you for the advecement of your achool, etc.

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Number of trees on school ground in Condition of out buildings, goy"'

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School Officers- --- -O- - - - - - - -, Others-

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Total days attendance, Average daily attendance. Number of days absent, Number of cases tardiness, Number neither absent nor tardy,

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Condition of Coai House............

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General Remarks

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I hereby certify that the above report is correct


TEACHER.

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Eorollment for t&e year by grades.

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For districts maintaining ten years of school work or

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(Do not count any pupil more 'han once.)

(3.) Length of school year in Adual oumber of days school was in sessioa:...... ./..e-.(.. ^olrt1"r.....6 (4.) W.hole number of difierent teachem emrployed during the yet (include itm 11 and

yea,r)... . . . . . .Men..... .....0.. ....... wo-*........1. ....... totat......./-...-..... (5.) Number of eighth grade gratluates or pmmotions . . .8oys...........::=I- Girb........:-:--;; Total....:;--:; (6.)NumberofpupiIspay,ngtuition...'.;.....Boys...'..'..O.....'......Girls..'.../-,.........'.To..../,......... (11.) Number of regular teachers (report only one teacher for each teaching position). .. .Men......:O Women.........f........ Totet-.....1.......... (If a room has beo tawbt by mme thm me teacha, @uat oaly the me teac,hiog the lorgm past of the tetrm.)
those who may have resigned during the

(Lz.)

Are you a graduate of a College and state Normal scarr:n...2X0.:......


yea"r

(13.)

"enanffi..... U U teacher.) ....Men, $.................... Wo *,&{.A.:. Total, $.3..#..Q" Amouat of salary earned by teac.hers.. (If loe hing the loage part of the ero.) taugbt oore thas oae teacher, coadrler-tfe qalafv peid to all for the
(Give only one school for each
a room has beea

high school?..Jk9.:...... If not a graduate,

A c-anqe?.ZlA.*... A State Normal *holft.k A'...... .t fourlIn, have you attencled a State Normal sehoon.ffi...... A high

bt

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-..: I 46.il.......:...,..........(16.)Numberofschoo1houses....../.'.Public..'...................Rd.........'....'..
(14.) Total days'
attendaac.e of

all pupilscnrolled-

(1?.) (18.)

Number of seats or sittings for study


Value of school property:

(a)

sitesandbuitdings.
Total.....

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U
.

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

(re.)

How many years have you taught t" tht lengf,h of service of each, in district.)

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(If more than


...

one teacher is emplo1red, as showu by

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item

11,

give

(20b.) Number of truant oficers

employed....

-n .(.AZIXAugusE,

:v"uo........0.............

wo-*-.'d......... rot"r..-0......
.. ...
.

(21.) Amount of all taxes leviecl for school puqroses,'made (22.) Amount of bontted indebtedness, July 1, 1913...

lgl2.

..
ctass

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...$...(k1iaK7-'

(23.) Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplemenaary reacling bools for (24.) Number of private schools in the district'-.......{K..K|L/...........
(a) Number of tea&ers employed.......
.

use. 4

7
wonnen...*.I.......... Totat.-../............
Gitrs,..-.......9......... Tot L./...?*.......

Girls......O............. TotaL.....O..........

-(26.) Amouat of endowment or permaaent funil belonging to

+his

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(Confr with the Clsk of r,he Borcl relative to questim 18,21.22.24,25 arrt 26) (The nmbs in pmtheses coneslpnil to nmbqs ln the Diet6' AmEl Report).

district

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The foregoiag is correct to the best of my knowledge a,atl belief.

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Teacher or Principal,

Make out in dupliote antl file one copy with the Clerk of the Board, wit'h your last schedule, antl mail the other copy to the County Superiateadent of Schools, at the close of school.

(16lr{oM)

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TO BE FII.LED OUT BY TEACSEN OR PRNSCIPAL IN CEARGE OT BUIIDING

TpecHERS'AxxuAL REPoRT
YBan on 1913-14
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?th

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8th Yr.
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Secodary
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3.

Length of school year

in months-......../))J.L

Actual aumber of tlays school was io

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fiEIIALE
TOAAL

4.

Whole aumber of difierent peniorur employed as teachers in this building for the whole or part of the year, who have not bbeo transfeired to another builcling in t&is tlistrict

5. Numbr of eighth gracle graduate or promotions 6. Number of elemenrtar5r pupils payiag tuition. 7. Number of high school graduates 8. Number s1 high school tuition pupils. . 9. firlministrative ofrcers (does not apply to one-room districts):
(a) Superiatendents who do ae fsaohing.

(b) Principals and Supervisors who teac'h less than half time....

10.

half time or more (4-more thaa oae person bas Teachers and principals -count-the who teach one teachiog the longer part of the term) . . room, only

taught in a

.1.

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11. Total

number of teaching positions (sum of 9 and 10) (show only the actual positioas)

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12. Teachers'qualifcations: Number graduate of a College and State Normal

If not a graduate,how meny have attended. a college? Llfuk - H sr\* /r .....-Yk..............., A state Normal sehrxlt',.'.....k............. A ifch Schml?........... (Give only highet gratluation or attead* ance of each teacher at work at encl of term. The total must correspond with No. tt , a + .ab11), g*.[...,":.3. g.........................r.....-i .*#..'.."}-..i..1:.'.... Total,.$.. ...,r..,.; \$ Women, Men, teachers: 13. --(rt Amount of annual salary ea"rned by . . , irJ.itl* n"s-l*ri naa uy frot"inu" b"" pers6n, give as ".nnual saliry the zum earned by all, but couat the one (man or womao) who l ' served longest.) I t 4,8 f ........r.o.ck.br. .....:. .....114. Totaltlays'attenda,aceof allpupilsorolled. 3
A Normal

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

A four-year high school?...

16.

17. Numberof sittingsforstudy(capacity) (doubteseatstobecountedastwosittings)......

18.

'

Value of school property (a)

' Sitesantlbuildings.
Tota'''

TilVtnEq., d-

"..............3.d.......

$.....r;;...:i...'i:l....hrQ

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

'
service i11

-"""""""""";""i"""" rr ll $""""'/'"'"f'"4""""

tg. Give length of

this district of teachers holding positions

at

close

of school: Iyt.?'.7Ir{2UL....-..2yrs.?...'.......'............ -/f

17yrs.?..-.'.*.....'.......18yrs.?...'...............'19yrs.?.20yrs.ormore?.....'.....'....(Time1esst.hanayearistobeeouotedasoae;.)

20.

Promotion of health and attenda:rce: (a) Number of inspectors employetll (b) Number of truant oftcers

employed:

Men......'........'.
. ' ;' "/' '[ ''."
'.

2t.

Amouat of all taxes levied for school pu4loses, made August' 1913.

s.....,3#..i.}./il
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$.............................. .[..0.............
.

.. 1, L>L?. t9L4... iadebtedness, JUJ of bontted OOnOe(r lIlqelr[C(.I[ess, 22. II.InOUIIE OI 22. Amount July rr

23. Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary


24.
Nu.mber of private schools

16sr1ing

bools for class use.

A)/pt/.L
U

,.-..,..y1f:n!" (a)Numberofteachersemployet1.......Men......Womelr............'.'...'. . .8oys"""""""""""" (b) Number of pupils enrolled.


in the district

25.Numberofpersonsbetweentheagesof|2and2twhoareunab1etoreactaadwrite..Boys..................,.....

26. Have you any departmental

2?.

of endowment or perm:r,nent ftrad belonging to this tlistrict' r r . ' Amount '

(If

y";;;;bt"

g9;6dd te"

b6t

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$'t"-""""""""""""

(own)

29.

SAf,ARIES OT TEACEERS.

Entet in the following tabte the anrmber of teachors ln ilay schools paid the dlferent anaual salarlos.

Er,surrvr*r.y

Srcouomv
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'Women

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Slr,lrrps
Meo
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Men

Less than

$200...
$299... $399...
S499...

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$1,200 to
S1.30O

$l'299

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to $1399

$r.imO to Sl.49g tll (Al! +a Qt (a!(l $1,600 to $11699 $1,700 to S1,799


;

$599...

$699....
$790

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$l,EU) to $lt89g Sr.9m to Sl.99g


$21000 S2.S0o
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$899... $999...

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to $2',tt99 to S2.900
and over

$1r0fi) to $11099.
$1,100 to S1,199.

Total
NOTICE.

(sa,rne as

Item 11). . . .......

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IvIake out this report in cluplicate, except io districts having two or more buildings and a zuperintendent, and file one copy with the clerk of the school boartl and meil the other copy to the munty superiateodent at the close of se,hool. In districts having two or more buildings and a superiatendent, only one copy is to be made by the Principatrof ea& buildiog and filed with the Superintendent who is to consolidate the several reports and male one copy for the Clerk of the school board and one to be mailed to the County Superintendent at the close of school.

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!........rs ro

2a.

How ma,ny of the above were enrolled iu some other disurict of ih% State bdore enrolliag io this district,during the year.. . . . . .8oys.........S1......oitr........0.......totat.

..fu.....

3. 4.
5.

Leogthofschoolyearinmontlrs:......'*.*,/-Actrratnumberofdaysscrroolwasinsession:.......'...t....2.,J'
Numbetofrracanciescausedbydeath?......'0.........neigoatloo,etc.?.'......h,'.'..'Cbangeofteachersforspringtecm?......,'0.... Number of eighth grade graduates or promotions . ..,..,. .8oys........1......Gir1s.................Totaf.....!........... Numberofelemeotaqltuitionpupilsattendingthisschool...Boys-..-..'....'..Girls'....'...l.. Numberofhighschoolgaduates.......Boys..........''...Girls,........'.... Number of high se.hool tuition pupils attending this schnol ...... .Boys... ^{dmisislrative officers (does not apply to otre-roorn districts): (a) Superintendents who do oo teaching
....Men..,........,....Womea.......,,...Tota[...,.............
. .Men,........,,.,...Women....,.,.....Total....,..,.........

6.

8.

(b) Priacipals and Supervisors who teach


10.

less

than half

time...
...

Teacbers and principals who teach half time or more (if more thao one person has only count the one teaching the looger part of the

term)........

taught in a room
.Men.,.,............Women,,...f......Total,....,J..,......

tl.

Total number of teachiog positions (sum of 9 and | 0) (show only the actual positions)

. . Mea................Women....J......Totat....,/........-

t2.Qualifcationsofteacters:NumbergraduatesofaCollegeandStateNormalSm!?...-....,... A four-year High School o41y1........................ ff aot a graduate, how maoy have attendetl a college? A Normal School only?...

? A State Normal Schoot?........../-.-..... A Hlqh School?......................


term. ?he total must not be more than No, 11 above.) 13.Amountofannualsalarearnedbyteachers:Men,$...............--...:Women,$'.'..3..d..'....'......';Total,$........'.......'j...
(Give only highest graduation or attendance of eaclr teacher at work at end of

t4.

(If a positioa has been held by more thaa one person, give as annual salary the zum earned by all for the sex holding the position loagest.) Totaldays'attendanceof allpupilserrolled. .............:... .......,....*.: Iyr*
teachers coatributing to the

15. Nunber of
16.

Illinois State Teacher's Pension and Retirement

Funil..............0....................

Total amount

contribsted........................0...
17.
18.

llrrmber of sittings for study (capacity) (double s,ts to be counted


Value of school (a) Sites and

propert5r bnildiogs.

as

two

sittings)

....?...f:............

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

.. ....... -a

Total.. 9.

..?....

'

.g ,1,.te..r.".
$......

<n$...*7...LQ.,{*-..

.-m7^.

Give lengtf of service in this district of teachers holding positioor at close

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

yrs.?.....-.

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

Promotioa of health: Number of nurses employed?.......0...,... Physicians?........O..... Amount paid ourses?.......1.......... Physicians?.....b.....-. Number of pupils exa.nined for physical defects or contaelon?..,.........-..........Number found afiected?-..............,.......Number of homes visited by
ourse or inspecting offier?......,....0......-...

Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?........0......Mea?.....[.......Women?....4....... Amount paid truant officers?....0.........

Number of children aot attentling school betweea the ages of 7 and 14?.......=--..... 14 end 16?.....;-........ Number of &ililren arrested ancl

p1acediachargeofteacher?...........6....'Numbersenteacedbyacourt?.............'.....a.............Nunberofschoolaad.agefcate
2r. Amount of all taxes levid for school purposes, made August

issued?............U......

1915...

$.......J....4..0..:......

' n. -@

n.

Amouot of bonded indebtedness, July 1,

1916........

$......"..'.......O..."....

...........3................. 23. Number of voluses ia library exclusive of supptementary reading books for class use. .. . ofrlesqers emplole!\..0......... Mea?.......;i....Women?..*-...... Number Number 24. Number of private sehools in the district?...-......0.....,. of pupils enrolled in elemeatary grades (lst to 8th): Bovs?....-Qp-. Girls?..(1.0.r. Secondary Grades (9th to 12th): Boys?................
Girls?..:.'.......'........... Girls?........................ College Gratles (13th to 16th): Boys?' 25. Number of persons between the ages of 12 and 2t who are unable to read and write: 8oys......--..,....... Gir1s.....,1,...........,

Total..I;:

26. Iraveyouanydepartmenta1teachiogbelowthehighs&oo1?'.'.....,.....;:........ $.............fi3........ 27, Amount of enclowment or permanent fund beloaging to t'his district (not township fund). . . . . , .A.n. (If youareunabletoobtaintheinfomrationcalledforinquestions 7, 18,2I,22,25and27 readilyJdttheitemsremaiablank.)

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29. SAIIIRIES OF TEACEEN.S.


Eater ia the followiag table tho number of teachers la day rchools paiil the dlfrerent annual salq'ies.

Er.ausNrlev

SBconoenv

Er,woru,ny
rvomen

Sncoro*v

Men
Less than $2(X)..
.

lWomen

| *"o

tl

lwo..o

$1p00 to $11299
$1,300 to $11399.

i-__l_--

$2ooto 9299...
0300

to

$399...

$l'400 to $lrttgg.
$fr500 to S1,599.

$400to S199...

to 8600 to
$5{D
l':;11-9'

$599. . . $699. . .

$f'600 to 311699. $rl700

b 8r,799 .
to $11999.

37(Xtto $799...

$f,800 to $f,499.
$11900

'.o*stb TrS.ii':...
'
09(Xtto $90s...

$2'000 to $2r,[99. S2,500 to $2,999.


..

3lr(D to $lr099.

3l,lfil

to

Sl,l99.

.1...

.....

831000 and

over. . .
.

Tolll (ramc 88 Item ll).


NOTICE.

DISTRICTS OF OND BUILDING-Mske out this report in duplicate, and 6le one oopy with the clerk of the lchool board to
township treasurer, and mail the other copy to the county superiateodent et the close of school

be 6leal

$itb

the

IN OTIIER DISTRICTFIo districts having two or more buildi'gs and a superinteerdot, ouly one copy is to be made by the principal of each btrilding aod filed witb tbe superiateodent, who is to coosolidate the several reports and mate one cogy for the cterh of the sqhool bqrd to be 6leil witb thetownship treasurer, and onc to be mailed to the county superinteodeDt at tboclose of school.

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both coples f,le.l wtth tho Couaty Superintendent

TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
Ypen oF
Na,me

1916-17
..

of /..b:..8..........
Boys

School......

fr-'La'c-s.*,J^'-,
YeaEs of Ago.

........CountY, Tllinois'

All Betweo 6 and 2l

#1.

Date of Ceasus:
1rme.........3....9.........rcr2

School census:

Boys

u'l

Ghlg

l5- '/2

Totel

o t'2

Secondary (High)

2a. 3.

......: ..Boys..-..-.....Gir1s......--...Tota1......... OistAct,Audnetheiear.. Lengthofschoo1yearinmonths:..........yActualnumberofdaysschoo1wasinson:......


Number of eighth grade graduates or

How ma.v of the above were eorolled in some other district of this State before enrolline if, this

..

4.
J.
6.

Number of vacancies causecl by death?.....{.........Resignation, etc?...;........ Change of teachers for spring term?.............. Total....:..'............

,.
8. 9.

promotions school. Number of high school gracluates...... Number of high school tuitioo pupils attending this school.
Number of elementar5r tuition pupils attending this
Superinteadents who do no teaching (applies

. . . .$oys...............Gir1s..........'....-Tota1...........
. .8oys................Gids......../......Tota1.

""
.

...1..',..

.....8oys.......-......Gh1s,...,..--.....Total'..:....'.
. .8oys......:-*......Gir1s......-......Tota1..-.-."'...

to

grade schools

only).. .

...... .....

.Men......';i...'..Women...l.....Total.'..---.....

9a. Principals ancl Supervisors who teach less tha;r half time (gatlo schools oaly).
10.

.Men.....-.......Women...---'.Total'...:-.'...

Teachers and principals who teach half time or more (if more than one person has taught in a room . . .Mo.............'..Womenr...'......Tota1.............. only count the ooe {sanhing the loager part of the term)

11.

Total number of teaching positioas (sum of 9, 9a

a,ndl

10) (show only the actual positioas). . . . . . . .. .Men................Women.'...'...'Tota.l.....'........

t2. Qualifcations of teachers: Number graduates of a College aad State Normal ' A Normal Se;hool only?.. A four-year High School only?........................ If not a graduate, how many bave attended a college? A State Noraal School?.........f-...,....... A High Schoot?.' (Give only highest gaduation or atteodarxce of each teacher at work at entl of

term.

The total will not be more than No. 11 above.)

13. Aqount of annual sala,ry earned (If a position has been heltl by more than

one persoo, give as annual salary the sum earned by all for the teacher holding the position longest.)

14. Total clays' attendance of all pupils enrolled. 15. Number of teachers contributiag to the Illinois
16.

State Teachers' Pension and Retirennent

!.und...............

Tota! amount contributed

Numberof

t7.

schoolhouses:...... '. '..Public. Numberof sittingsforstudy (capacity) (cloubleseatstobecor:ateclastwosittings)......


(a)

............2...tr-..-....

*18, Value of school property:

siresaaitbuitdings.

&........6...(tn

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

Tota.l..

I
more?..

A Cpl .7- m

19.

Givelengthofserviceinthist1istri&ofteaohefsho1dingpositionsatc1oseofschoo1:1yr.?.'..'...'..'...

1? yrs.?.................. 18 yrs.?.................. 19 yrs.?....... ....,...... 20

yrs. or

(Coupt part of a year as a year')

Promotioaofhealth:Ntrmberofnursesemp1oyed?......'.........Physicians?................Arnountpaidnurses?................''..Physi?
Number of pupils exa,mined for physical defects or contagion?........................Number
aurse or inspestisg ofrcer?........................

founil a,frected?........................Number of homes visitecl by

Promotion of attenilance: Number of truant ofrcers employed?................Meo?................'Women?................ Anount paid truant officers?............ Nunber of chilclern not attending school betweea the age of ? aacl 14?.................... 14 and t6?.......1........... Number of chilclren a,rrested and
placed in charge of teac.her?................,,..Number senteaced by a court?....................Number of school aacl age certificates issued? g........i""""i'"'1d":' .2L. Anount of all taxes leviecl for school purpose, macle August

Lgt6...

22. Amormt

of bonded iaclebtedaess,

Jaly t, t9t7 .

$......""""""""""""

23, Nurrber of volumes in library exclusine of sup,plementary readiag bools for class use. ' .

...'.........'.'6""f

"""

24. Numberofprivateschoolsiathe.1istrigt?.................'..Numberofteachersemployet1?...'.,........'.Men?...''..'........Womelr?.'...'............ of pupils enrolleil in elemeatary grades (1st to 8th): Boys?.................... Girls?................ Secondary Grades (fth to 12th): Boys?.'............"

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

16th):

Boys?

Girls?.................'..

25. Number of persons


827.

between the ages of 12 aacl 21 who are uoable to read ancl

write: 8oys.........-........ Girls......'.]--....... Total...*................

26. Eaveyou any deparhental

to this district (not ltrtovnt of endowment or pefinanent fund betoaging -the

--(D"

aoi-"o"wer ite*s'marked by a sts,r ud&s

townshi-p fund). . information gi\ren is contrimed by tbe clerk of the boa'rd.)

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29.
SALARTEE

or tnEcisuns.

Eoter lq tte loltrowing table the ounber of teAchers in ilay schools paid the,dlficreot roaud salarles.

ELrMgHrA,nv
Men
Less thao $2(D;.
. ,l . $zooto 02ee... ......:l .l . i3{xlto $see...
SaOO

SEcoNDARf

iWomen

I I

to S499...

I I 1../... I ttl
........

I I I

.......1 $1,200

to $t'2ee.

l$l,3ooto$t,3ee.

lsr,*ooto$l,4ee.
I $1,500 to $1,599.

| ...... I

NOTICE.

In districts baviae two or morc buildiaes and a suoerintendeot. ooly one copy is to be made bv tbe principal of each buildioC and filacl wit'h the superiatendent, who ie-to coasolidate the seieral reports and meke two-copies of-the same and file with-the county superintendenrt at the close of
school.

Techsrs are teoucstod to fill out each item of this reoort. This is the initial report for data that is consolidsted for the State aad' forwarded to the U. S. CommisEioner of Education. Much depends irpon the accuracy of your inswers.

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ONE ROOM

TEACHBRS' ANF{UAL REPORT


rEAR OF
1917-l9rS To be filled out in duplicate by Teacher in charge and botih copies filed with the County Superintendent
at the close of sthool
are requested to filI out each item of this report. ,This is the initial report for ilatq, that is consolialatetl 'warded to the U. S. Commissioner of Etlucation. Much -rlepenits -^--IfS"l: upon the accuracy bf your answers. Name of "^ii:. .1.s. 8. . . . . : Slehool . .. .

for the State and for..Countn trlinois.

],"ia/.t F.,:++***

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

Elementary

I
I
I I

4th Ya
Bd;rs

5th Ya

Girls

(,

2-E
fr'l

tr

B"y.

;l

Girls

BoF

Girls

Boys

Secondary (High)
9th

Yr. |

10th Ya

Total

Graail Total

-l

I
I

BoyslGirlslBoys

Gids

BoyslGirlsl

Boys

cids

2a- Eow many of the above were enrolled.this year in

distriet,
3. 4. 5. 6.

some other district of this Statefsofore enrolling imthis

I-ength of school year in


Yducanciesof

..Boys---l-...Girls. -l .....r*a..L... " "';'''."'; ' months:....:i. fr+ ..... Actual number of doysseftoolwasin sessioa:-.....!.!.:t teacherscausedbytleath?. ....Byresignetion?.. ..?*.....B'y changefor springterm?, Totsr!.. ,?-....

eighthgradegraduatesorpromotions......I.4^J\4+-..pr*ul,*L:ou,ao...Boys--..j...ci"tr..&....rtntot. .3--.. Number of elementary tuition pupils attentling tbis school.. .... ... .Boys. --_....Girls........tirtat.
Numberof

Ansrver only one in item 12. 12. Qualifications of teachers: Grailuate of a college and state Normal school? ....,-- a college only?...--. A Normal School only?. .... A four-year High School only?...44+J..--.. If not a grailuaten have you attended a college? . ... A State Normal Sehool?. ... A Htgh School?.
(Give only highest grailuation or attentlance of each teacher at work at end. of

13. Amount of annual salary

earned by teacher: Men, g.

..r..7.A.:1

Women,

teru The total will nd be more than No. DII ahove.) $.../..8 g.,i:?.; Tota! g,-.".-.3.5.p....1:".

(If a position
14.
15.

has been held by Fore than one person, give as annual salary Ure mm earnedtby allifiorthe teacherholdingthe position,)

Total days' attendance of all pupils

enrolled.

..

.t,:l .q..t:. F Funtl^-...MS...


A*ount contri.buterlthis year.;

Are you contri'buting to the Illinois State Teachers'Pcnsion antl Rctirement

1,

10. Number of one room school houses in the district:............t

... -..Public......----..Rented........--.-Total.

l?. t9.

sit'ting) ..I-tf. gyrs.?. Give length of service in this itistrict of teacher holding position at close of whool: I-f"?..*..mfVl**L/. 6 yrs.?. 4 yrs.?. 5 yrs, ?. I yrs.?. 7 yrs.?..."..... 8 yrs.?. 3 yrs.?. yr*?.......... yrs-?......... 16 16 yrs.?.. 14 ... 12 yrs.?.......... l3 yrs.?.. ll yrs.? 10 yrs.?. (Countpartof e,yearasayear.) ... 19yrs.?.........,20 Jrrs.ornrore?. 18yrs.? l?yrs.?.
Number of srttings for sturly (capacity) (double seats to he countetl as one

93.

Number of rolumeg in lihrary exclusive of supplementarv reading books for class use. 'Women?. ... Number 'employetl?. Men?... 24. Nunber of private schools in the rtistrict?.,........Number of teachers of pupilsenrolleclinelementarygrailes (lsttoBth): Boys?../.5....Girls?...1.1.... SecondaryGrailes (9thto lZth): Boys?.

Giirls?. a. Salary.

.College Grattes

(l3th to l6th):

Boys?.

Girls?.

/ ^ @e '$''''LC'9:"7"
I

ONE ROOM

Teachers' Annual Report &"+,e^,..u1"+* .fu+J^;


rlicr. No.. .1.s8.
Tllin6i6, for rchool

., M^,A,c'r*:fie;4.,
v

yer

enillng June 30, lglE.


BanSe.

Building ir in

Township

ftld

..

1918.

Go. Supt.

TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
sct{ool. YEAR oF
1918-19
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 valued service by a careful and prompt 6.lling out of each item. For commonehools of one teacher, items with starreA'numft;a onl;-;;-";G fiIled. In ruleq, rn scnoors schooli or of rwo two or more mor6 reacners teachers tne thd qata data snoulo De collecteo Dy t1e tne superrntendent Superintendint;il;icip;i or r"d Two copies :ng{{ L" ::_l$j"a.pv are to be filed witlrthe County Superintendent within one week ".urai"a-i"-o*1upo.t. after the close of school.

*1.

Name

ElementJry-To
Kindergarten

be listed as they are

at the close of the year before promotion.

Illinois

lst Yr,

I
o)

tt.t : l{

2l
Secondary (High)

l/l

lt

llth Yr. I

l2th Yr.

.2a. How many of the above were enrolled this year in some other district of this State
.3,
*4.
n5. v6,

before

Length of school year

in monthst.-----q)-1zt4f.:z<a2

Actnal number of days school was in session:....-. /

2. I

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

Vacanciesofteacherscausedbydeath.........d---....byresignation.......a..."..

8. 9.

9a,

tl0.

Teachers and principals who teach half time

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

01l.
1

Total number of teaching positions (sum of 9,9a and 10) (show only the actual positiors),-"-.-".-.------.---Men.----....---..--Women.-.....--.Total--.-,.---

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

sl2.

only?.acollege?---.-.-.
A Normal
School

A four-year High School


A State Normal

only?---"

If not a graduate, how many have attended term. The totat will

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

------- A High School?---...-----

l&a.

Qualifications of high school teachers: (Gve only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of not be more than No. l1a above). Number graduates of a college and State Normal

School?.--.------- A College only?------------------..---. A four-year High School only?..---.-.---..If not a graduate, how many have attended A Normal School only?-School?.---..-.--A High A State Normal Schoot?...----...a ollege?.-----..---.---...-.-----.--.-.(If
a position has been held

s|3.Amountofannualsalarearneclbyteachers:Men,$.........--..--......-..-.-.....;Women,8......4..7.a.*....;Tota|,

tsa. s!4.

Amount of annual by more than one person, give as annual salary the sum earned by all for the teacher holding the position).

Total days attendance of a


contributed

E15. Number of teachers contributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund: -.--.-.----.O-.----.--..-----.-.---Amount .L6.
1tu. Number of school houses in the district used by high schools only---l-----.

----.---.---."-Public"---.--.-.--..--Rented---..-----.--...Total.-.-.---------

t7. Number

of sittings for

*19.

Give length of eervice

study. (Double seats to be counted as one sitting) ----.---e 8.ln thls dl:ffict of teachers holding positions at ctose of school:

vr?..--...-/-

l7 yrs.?.-..----.---..-.- 18 yrs.?-....-...---.--..--- 19 should equal that of No. 11.)

yrs.?--..-

20 yrs.

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

of a year as a year. Total

*20. Promotiori of health: Number of nurses employed?...- ----O------. Physicians?...- ----O------- Amount paid nurses?...--.O-.-.---.- Physicians-.-.--d.-.---Number of pupils eramined for physical defects or contagion-----...d-.--..-.mumber

found affected........-A--..--..-Number of homes visited

by nurse or inspecting

officer?-..---.-CL-.----.---.

Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?-----d- -----Men?-..---A-..-Women?---"--. "O-.- Amount paid truant officers?--------d----Number of children not attending school betwcen the ages of 7 and 14?"--..--.A,.--..-- 14 and 16?--------l-.---.-.-- Number of children arrested anrt placed in charge of teacher?......--0..-..--.- Number sentenced by a court?----.--.-6.-.---.- Number of school and age certificates issued?-----f------------

'23. Number
*24. Number of private schools

of pupils enrolled in elementary grades

in the district?..------0.---- Number of teachers employed?..--."--,t1.--- Slen?-."-..-.d.--!trbmcn?.--""-.s)-.-- Number (lst to 8th): Boys?-.------3-.- Girls?.-..---.J"-- Secondary Grades (9th to 12th): Boys.--.-O----.--

Girls?.-..-.--..D...-- College Grades (13 to 16th):-----..--J--.--- Boys?-.--..-O..-.--.. Girls?--.-.p--.--.--.

26a. Number of years of high echool work ofrered in the following courses: Academic (classical, scientifi c, etc,)---.-.......----.--- Commercial----.--.-.--..--.--Technical (M. T.)-.-.-.-.-(oven)
L

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Er,grnxtenv

SALARIES OI. TEACIIERS.


1

Enter ln the follortng table the numbsf of toactcno ln day echoole pald the dlflerent annual ealarles.
Secotroenv

Er.rusrrAav

Srcomrar,y
Men Women

Lceethanf20O-

f2fll to

fiIl0 to
$00

to 9499.*--.-

*l|e
3i701)

to
to

$t99..----

16100to f699*---*----.--.
lE0ll
$900

io S9!t-..----.to
to to

t1.'000
$1,1011

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ilis
-j =$

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR OF 1919.1920

saddrleffiii;$q'"*.'#'J$fulisi"ffi"rg4filg:"##its:ffi'q{}-{ffi$Sitfff"pftgdfig:#-qifli:ki*:':* P! -o!IV are to bE f,lle


bodreal lD

To tlre Tea,cher or

Suoer

o\e

tepTt

tr\

.1.

D#t:.
before

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8th

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I
I

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Yr.
Gbfs

4tb Boys

Yr.

Yr.
Glrlg

8th

Yr. Glils
BoYs

Boyg

Glrls

Bovs

9_

o
SecoDttary

ol
(gish)
rotn

crrls

BoyB

Boys

Girlg

3
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'2a' rlow manv of tbe above were enrolletl thls year lD some other dtstrlct of tJrts sta.te before oarolllng tn thts

"""

goys O-- Grds-l--.- Totar...J*'8. IJength of school year ln montts:-.-..3----..-.--_--* Actual number of days school waa lD Fesston-*f...*-5.*....-.... .4. Vacancles 9f tgacbers causeat by deatb_ -...O_ by resl8nailon_-.O.__* by chq,nge for sprtng terrn-___O_-_ Tota,l..._O .6. Numbor of elghth Eirade Eiraaluatss or promotlons...--.,--"-."-.-...-.c*--..-"-. Boys--a,--- Glrls--e-. Totar--.O*... .8. Number of elomatrJr tuluoa puplls attenallag thts school.-.-_ Boys-Q- Gtrls--.e-- Totar.-O--*?' Nuaber of hteih school gra'duates"*'---.....-..*-.--BoysGrrls*-TotaL***-. E. Number of htgh school tuluo! puplls attenallng tbts achool.__..._....._.. Boys--_-. Glrls---..-* Total.--.-..--..9. l9uperlateaalents who do no Meu..--** Women--*- Total*-.--Men....-....-*'Women-.-Total-._...._.._

'10'

Men---0.._ women-.J-- rotal-"|.*'11" Total number of all teachlng posltlons (sum of g, 9a a,att 10) (show otrly the actual posluons)---.Men-----.-..-- women..l- rotaL.*l* 11a. Total number of htsh school teachtng posluous (show only ths actual posiilons) trl[en_*-_ Women__* Tot,t__Qualt8catlons of all (Glve teachers: onlyhtgbstgraaluattonora,ttendatrce qf '12' each teaeher at r?ork at ead of term. The totat wtu not
Eor tha'a No' 11 abov.) Numbr a Norraal school ody?g:f,g,aluates

Teachers a'n'l prlnclpals wbo-teach half tlme or moro (tf, more tbaJr one person bas tauibt ta a, r(x)m court otrly ute otre teachlng tho lotrgigr part of, the torm)

be

.a, college only?______-** oaly?-------* rf [ot a, txadua,te, hov ma,ny bave attoualeal a college?__ A Sta,to Nornal School?_._J. A Ercb School?_ 12a' Qualtflcatlous of hlgh school teachers: (Glvo only htghest grattuatioa or attetrila,ace oi each teacher at work at end of term. The tota,l wlU not be mors thaa No. 1la abovo). Numbor graduates of a college aad State Normal School?.. , _ A Couegie only?_ ANorha,lgchooloaly?-Af,our-yeariEtghschootonly?_--If,notatraduate,bowna,nyhaveattentled a, college?-_ A Statg Norual School?.___ A. Eltgh School?___ r18' Anount of a'anet salarv earaeal bv Bll teachers: Men, $----**--i women, $-5.25P-; Totat s-.3:2-t.*-.-lga' amount of anaual salary earneil by htgb school teachers od!r: Men, g-**_.; 'womoi, g-*._._.-: Total, $--.---...* (rf, a posluon has been held by more tha,i otre psrsotr, glve as anaual sala,ry tlre sum earned by all for the teacher holaung the posltton at eadt of, toro.) .14. totol dalrs attsadaaoe of, all puptls 6ato11"fl ln both olementary aral blAh scUoot J- I lJ.*_*{.-__* 14a. Of all btgh school pupus (abol/e 8th Araalo).-__ 'x5' Number of teachors contrtbuttng to the rlllnots state TeacJrerd penstoa and R'eulemert t'und: --O-.-.--.--...-. anount contrlbuted
a,trat

of a college

state Normal school?--

-a' f,our-year rrieih school

ttrts year,

.18. Nunber of all pubuc school houses tr0 the altstrtct! Fubltc-1....-- Rentetl ...O - Total-- / 10a- Number of school housos la the dtstrtct used by htgh _schools oDrJr Publtc..Rontetl.---- Total..*..-.1?. Nuaber of slttttgs for stuqy: (Double seats to be counted oo" uittlog) _____* _-L# "" '19' Glve length of servlcs b thts tus&lot of teachers holiltng poslttons at close of sebool: 1 yr? z ytsz--J**
17 yrs.?-18 yrs,?-_-.19 yrs.?..___*_ Z0 yrf,. or (Count Dart of a year as a, yean. Total sbould equal rhat of No. 11) ProeoHotr of health: Number of nurs.es employed?_._4._. pbysicta,ns?__O___ Amount pald nurses?_ A- . physlclanst__d_ Number of puptls eranlnod' for pbyslcal ilofects or coataglon---O**.- Numbor fouud aEect,r . d-. .- Numbe! of homes vlsltett by aurse or lnspecttng o6cer?- . O., =Promotloa of atteralance: Number of truant ofrcers employerl?-4- Men?--(7- womeD?-6)... j,mouDt palil trnaat oftcers?-A-. Number of chlldreu trot atteadlng school between the a:es of ? anil 14?-J* 14 a"art 16?--l)NuEbE-r of chltdrea arrested anil

9..-.-_.._-O-

.20.

r28. Number .24. Numbor

teacher?-A Ngmber sentencetl by a court?.--....O- Number of school aDal age ceruflcates tssued?__O_tn llbrary excluslv-o o! supplemstrtary reaallng books for class us"--5-0...-_ of, Dtltyato.schools ln tlre dtstrt&t*O.-- Number of teachers employed?_O._ Uenf___.0_._ Women?.* A._Nunbor puplls of enroueal la elementary Craates (1st to gth): Boys?.____.._O_.._ Gbfs? O._ Seconala^rrr eraates (9th to 12th): Boys?._..Q** Gtrls?-ACollege Grades (13th to 16th):--O-.- Boys?*-O-- Ghrs?---ptacotl
cha,rge of,

of, volunes

28a. Nnmber

26. Elave you any ilepartmental teacbltlg !-elow the hlgh schools?. If, so, whlch years?-*of years of htgh Bchool work ofieretl lu tlre followlnEi courses Acatlemlc (classlca! scteuflf,g, etc.).-_ Commerclal_*_ yocaflonal (uraler State Boaral)..*.___Technlcal (M. T.)-AgTlcultural .*--- Domestlc Sctence..-*.*- Normal.
(over)

Entel. in the followlng table the numben of tee.hers

In

da.y sehools patd

the iltfierent arnual satart*

Ls

t,han

$200

to
to

$D9--:------

$boo to
S400

$600 to $600 to $700 to $800 to


$glX) $1,900

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

to

$f,000

to $ $1,100 to $1,199-*-----'-----...-Total. (same as Item

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TEACHERS' ANNUAI. R.EPORT


scHool. YEAR OF' 192C1921
To -the Tache_r o_r Superl'lteaalent: The State anal NatloBal authorltles aeq! a,nit demantl aU the alata calletl for ln thls reporl You sro renalrlng: a va,luetl service by a careful a,adl prompt flUltrgl out of each ltem. I'or commolr schools of oue teacher, ltoms wtth sEoitd, ![t!Sa!r oDly are to be filletl. In schools of two or more tea.chers the ilata, should be collectetl by the Superlntenalent 6r ktnclpal and embotlted tn one report. trvo coples are to be 6led vtth the Gourty S[BstllteDdleat wlthta oe wes& a.ftsr the cl6ee of school.

Ellementary. To be llstett as they are a,t the close of tbE yea,r bsfors promotlon.
Ktndergarten

Boys

Secoudary (Elgh)

UthYr. I

UthYr.

"*"ln**1"*lar,rsln.'"
.2a. Ilow Eaay of the above were enrolleil thls year ln some other illstrlct of thts State beforo

X
\

enrotltns tn thls tllstrlct-* .8e. r.eneth of school year tn mofirrs--...2.-ak.4{.22,


number of days scJrool was ln sesslon--*- /47-------.-.4. Eo&,! eBys ettdda,loo of all puplls enrollefl ln both letneBta,ry
4a- Of aU blgh school puplls (above 8th grait)...--

-**

Boys.-

./--

"n

t,-**.

totrf-C.-

X .8f. Actual

?. Number of htgh school gra,duatos---...-.... Boys.-.---... G1r1s........-..- Tota,l.8. Number of htsh school tultlon puplls attentllng thts school-.-.-. Boys.--..* Glrls..-** Tota,l9. SuperlntenilentB who alo ao Men.------ Women--* Totar.:--9a,. PrtnctpaJs anal Siupervlsors wbo tae,h less tha,n half tlme-..-.-.--.-*--.. Men.*-....* Women..--.- [otal--t10. Teachers aDal prlnclpals who teach half tlme or more (lf more than one person has taught t! a room count only the one teachlngl the lon:er part of tbe tern) ls.e"..-A-- - w omen-/- - - t otal,/- - Total number of all teachlng posttlons (sums of 9, 9a, aad 10) (6how only the actual posttlons) Men./*--.- WomenJ- rotatL-- '11. 'Vgomot-.- Tota,l11a- Total n!'"4ber of htgh school teachlng posttloas (show ouiy the a,ctual t oaltlons) Men..12. Qualtflcatlons of all teachers: (Glve only hleihest gEaduation or attgnala,Dc of each taclber st work at Dll of teiE lthe total wlll not be more thar No. 11 aboYe.) Nunber gtaaluates of a Collego a,nd state Normat Scbool----(LA couogo onry--3*.A, Normal Schoof onfy--d-A Four-year Eteh Sctool orrtL-.--"*-O*. If, not a gra,ituate, hoe hpny havs atteaalo{ A a Colrese..-.-..-.--(L..--.--.2 A state Normat School-..-*-/-.--*.-- *-3r A Etsh Schoot-----d-:? 124. Qualtf,catlons of htgh school teachers: (Glve only htghest gxaaluauoD or attenilaDce of each teacher at work at end of term. lDrc total wlll not b bora than No. 114 above,. Nuaber ireduates of a Couege anil State NorEal Schoot .- A College otrly-.:A Nornal School oDly.A four-year Htgh School-oaly, If not a, iraalue,t, bow many have a,tteniled a College ..? A Stat Normal School ? A Elgh '18. Vacaneles of teachers causetl by death*.0^-- by reslgnatton-..,.8.--* by chgrgo fot sprlng teta...-- O .-.

.6.Numberofotghtlrratleraduatosorpromottons...-......"...soys.J-_Gtrls....--...-. .6. Numbr of elemeDtary tultf,o[ puplls atteatllng thls school...-.-.--...soys.lj--.- crrrs.*-.O- rot,,r. 6 -

(If

a,

positloa has been heltt by more than one person, Eilve as annual salary tho sun arneal by
teachera gpntrlbuttDg

all for the teacbor holiUlg

tJre

porl-

tlon at enil of tern.,

'15. lruaber of
r1?. Number
17a. Number

tbts year,

$*---0*-of all pubttc school bouses tu the

to the llUnots State Teachers' Ponslon anal R'etirement funa -,


dledlrlc

/----.--;

Amount contrtbuteit

of school houses ln the tUstrtct u6ed by httih schools olt!|...._*.*.* pubuc-..18. Number of sltttneis for stualy: (Doubl seats to b couDteal as. one sttttnsi) .---J4tzo. Glve length of servlco h, tbls drttalot of toachers holtltns Dostttons at close of school: t v".

t:-.*-[---.t-.

.._

publto--.

J---.*----.

l.e*ea*A.-.- Totut..../'--ReDteaL.-*-*- Toter ......--..-

.2

yrs....-.-......*..

-t

t24. Number of volumes ta llbrary etclustvo of supplemeatary

126. Number of prlvate schools lnt'heaUstrlcl,0.-.-...Number of teachers emptoyea.....--..d-.-... Mer-..--.--* TromeD Number of puplls enrolleil ln elementarv trades (lst to 8t!): Boys..-.---..-....-- Girls.-.---...".".-.".... secoadary Gratles (gth to l2th): noys_ Gtrls-.-.*...-_-._ College Grades (lgth to 16ur):_._*_.* Boys____........._... Girls.. '2?. Promotton of heatth: Number of nurses employe(L*.ll- physlctqrs....-a----.----.--.-Amouat paltl nurses- 0.-.--pnystct"-s_d-_ ' Numborof puplls oxaEintl for phystcal def,ects or contaglon.--.----O--------- Number founat affect6d--O*--- Numbsr of homes vlEtted

rsa,allng books

for class use---....

(/1

/A (

l-*-

by nurse or tnspecttng ofrcor--C..-_. Pronotton of atteaala.nce: Numbsr of txualrt ot"u"" errptovea-...-..A-- uuo---..0-..---.- Women-.--9t palil truart ofrcegZ-^orNumber of chlklren NumbEr of chlldren Dot attetrdlng school betveetr the agies of ? and 14-_0_*_- U, a^A fi.A,*.-__ arregteil aail place<l la charge of teacuet-(/- Number soateaceit bv a cotrt-..fl...-.---..-- Number of school a,nil ase cort1acatos t;;";--a--::29. Number of yeers of htsh school work oferetl ln the followtug oourses: Acaalemlc (classlcal, scloaflflc, etc.)..--* Commerctal...-.--.--..-.
Techalcal (M. T.)--.----------

Agrtcultural

Domestic Sclence.....-.-.-.---. (ov3rR)

Normal--

Vocatlo'al (uader Stato Boaral).-.--.*..

' Uoi"" in the following table the number of teochers in day schools paid the difierent annual salaries.
XTEMENTARY
'Womn
SECoNDA-BY

14. SALARIES OF TEACHEBS.

IiI,TItrTNTARY

SEcoNDAxY

Men

Less

than

S200.-..-.-..---...----.--.

to $300 to $400 to $500 to 5600 to


$200 $700

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

$1,400

to to to

$1,499.".-.......--.----...---"

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

$1,500 to $1,600 $1,700


$1,699---.--.-----.....-.-.... $1,799."-----..----..--.-.-.."

$699-.....-...........
$799.........--.....-.......-. $899--....-......-.....-...... $999....-.-...-............-..

to $800 to $900 to
to

$1,000

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

Total (sane as Item 11)..--1..-

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TBACHERS' ANNUAL RBPORT


SOEOOL YEAR, OE T9zL.ISN
need anal demand all the data calletl for ln thls re.port. You,g!9 To the Teacher or SupsrlntEnileDt: The State anil Natlonal authorltles wlt} staFFod numbers a iratirea-sffi-c6-tia-carbrut ana-piompt fuIne o.Ut o{ each. tttln. I'or common schools of one t?acher, ltems Supertntentleat-<ir Princlpal antl embodletl ln "enaerine iilv-are-to ire aUea.- fn-scrioots-br two or more--teapneis-fillai",-shoulal_.be couecte,il by thg ot scnooL tne dose rrtthln one week after ond report. Two coples are to be ffled wlth the county superlntonclent
....-.....,..........."i'*.
..

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-.

K.,.................

;
?tb

nunols

Dlemntary. To be listed as they aro at tbe close of the year bofore promotlorl

lst Yr.
Boys
Gtrl,s

2nal

Yn

Sral

Yr.
CUrls

4th Boys

Yr.
Cllrls

6th Yr.

8th Yr. Boys


Cltrls

B"v" Tcttl"
I

Boys

B"v"lct"t"
I

3
SesonttarY (Efglh)

"". I r.tat 'l=*l""-iTF l=Fl


Yr.

,,n

many of tbe above were enrolled thls year ln soEe other dlsHct of thls st4te before /) enrolllug tn thts dlstrlot".... t a. Length of school year tn moDths.-.---........,,Jx-'lr-s"ma . SL Aotual nunber of days. scbool was ln sesslon f lr_ ,,r' t . {. Total day3 attendanco of aU puDlls enroUeal h bot}r elementa,q/ andl htAh schoo1..............'....r{,...';X.........J;;"""'1""""'r4"" . 4a. Avemge dally attendance of all puplls enrolled tn botlx elementa,ry anal hlgh school (See note below).......'...'..""'{-'i'4'

2a.

t-Eow

4b. Total days attendanco of,

rlt

hleih school puplls (above 8th cratle) ..'.

one-room sohool ts tountl b-y dlvtdFs the tot,I tlqvs.attqntlance bv- the number of davs lfre (Note.-fne averase dally attondance -iu schools ln-a bv sesslon teacbers' or-moreiooms, or. tn scfioold-wu6se-recoidi-grf-attenoance ar-kept lwo ffi-;dslffiactuary waa school _ot -tie-Ei,eiiee d;ilv"ar]frtra;;a;-'ls t[tsfi or-ui.i-avtirfiel-o-t-.t3o'units comnos!4er the slogp.- tr'or-exanple:. The prlDc'lpal of a two-room wbose work prtncjpai'<it selverar-rooms coiatalntng a icnoot uotu" iiiiitil'+_itfe 9ifr-_o-f-tf,o *-gtrsfu- df tge tw.o ro-o-riGl-AFe scJrool aferbses of ths gracle looins antl- of -the blgh school d th-e-fum of tne the 'hourd tho eteibt grades atrd a htsh Bchool ilouia-eit6r ra tlerd -tuT_tam tncluates anil of the ward Echools va.rlous aielase of the 4a thtsun oi rtt-irip"rrntu"-ae"f6ii,-cG-sistelTor -,ildh:ig#dsihoots-Juouta-eirter eail*n-te_n s-ctrooi-btrorita-r"Eb-ort the averaee for hls school founal bv ;;nirfi Ait*A;piiicinai-ot htsb. schoo1. aae n"-ricipii 6f iiiriiril-Tiiaverae6i of-nhe various rooms or sesslon gxoups composlng the school')

$.

Suportntenilents who alo no teacblnei----".-.


anat prtnctpals wbo teacb

half ttmo or laore (lf more tbatr one person ltas taueiht ln a ............ Men......'....."....'Women .r''nZttoaLfu,&roorn count only the otre teachlngi the loneior part of tbe term)""""' .ll. l.otal Dumber of aI teachtrg poslflon! (sum of 9, 9a, anal 10) (show oDly the actual posltlons)........ M8.................. Womsn.j!.*{ Total.-..'.'..."'. ,.-'Women-......- Total.-.....'...... lla. Total number of htgh school tachlng poslttons (shov only the actual posltions) term' Ttre total will Bot be enal of at at work teachr of each attenclauce .lZ. eualtflcauons of all teachers: (Gtve only blghest.Eraduatlon or ' rnor-e than No. 11 above.) Number graaluates of a CoUege

.10. l.eachers

ANormalSchoolonly...............a.'..'.''.....,...'.....At'ou'-yeaaEtghScIrool
entl of term. The total wlll rza. eualtflcattons of httih school teachers: (Glv only blg:hest efaduatlon or attenalanco of each teacher at work at Collogo on1y................................ A not be more than No. Ua above,) Number graaluates of a College and State Normal Schoo1............'... aColleeie......'........''....'.e.''....'......?AstateNormal

ANormalSchoolonly.'..................o...'...'....-....AI.our-yea,rElhschml Co11ege......,.......O......'.......'........? A stato Normal school....'...'.""""0"""""""""'z A

g1tEib

School""""""d

.16. Number of teachers contrtbufng to tho llltnols State Teachers' Penston anal Retlrement
thls yar,
1?a. Numbr
$..-.....'.................

at

(rf

a. posluon has enal of trm.)

posltlon bee; held by mors than one psrson, glve as aanual satary the sum earneil by au for the teacher holdlng the
t'und'...."......"....4......"................; Amount contrlbutetl

.18. Number of sittlnEi8 lor stualy: (Double ssats to be

of school bouses ln the tltstrlst used by htgh schools oofy""--""""'?' counteal as one sttttn8) ""-"""""""""""/'i' .20.c|velengthofaervIcelnth|8dlstr|atofteachersholtllugpoBlt1onsatcloseofschoo|:|vt.,..........'.t73

equal that of No. 11.) r?1, Number of volumes ln Ubrar

IF

|26.NumberofprlYateschoolstnthe.l|strlcL......J?.......Numberofteachorsemptoyed.....,....,.,'.....,"M.K.,..,(...'.'......Women.....d.71*^Nrber Secoudary Grades (gth to 12th): 8ovs"""""""...... G1r1s"""""""""" enrolled ln lementary graites (1st to 8th): Som.....,*ffi.. Gtrls'-l:'...
CoUeg Grages (13th to 16th: 8oys....,...-'.....-.. Gtrls......'.....'....... .2?.Promotlonofhealth:Numberofnursgsemploye.l.....'..''

Number of puplls examlned for phygrcal alefeots or cort


trur.se

E{otr...

Number fountl

affecteal

Number of homes vlstteat by

ot lnspeatlDg offlctr

promogon of attendanco: Numben ot truant oflloers employeit--.-(2..... Men....O,......... 'Women.....O..'.....,. Amouat patdl trua.nt offlcers t'-..4.......Number of chlldren arresteal antl -*-.- school betwen ilre ages of ? and 1{......,.,d......... 14 anal 18 Number of chilalrer rot attenaltng

.place.ttncbarEieofteaehen...-.''....o..'.''.'..NumberseDtencetlbyacourt..,................'.. 29. Number of years of hlgh scbool work ofiered lo the foUowlDg coursos: Ace,alemlc (classtcal, sctenttflg Technlcal (M. T.)...'.---. are on back of thts sheet') @IPoRTANT-Two n"-",io$#;il

etc.).................... Commerclal""'

I
t

14. SAI,AB,ES Of IEAOEEBS. Entor in tbe foltorving table the nunber of teachers in alay sohools pa,id the different annual
Mon l.womeBl
Less th{in $200.-----.-...........
$200 to $300 $400
Men

salaries.
Seconda,ry ._

iltl ttl I Men I Women


to $1,299.............. to $1.999 -_ -, -----_
$1,400

Elnntarif

I Men i

TromoD

to
to

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

to
to S1,699-

$600 to

$1,000 $1,700 $1,8{t0 $899.---....-.... $9ss.--...-...... $1,900

$Bfll to f700 to

to $1.099.... ro $1. to $1.899. to $1.999 to $2.499.--.....to


and over.--.........*,

to $900 to
$800 $1,1fl)

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

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IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. (a) Dlst. No---.---.--......--.; (b) Number of Dlstrlcts consollalated. --.-...-.-; (c) Are tJre gtatle school pulrils all asseEbld ln one bulldlng?....---..----.-..--.---.. If not, ln how mauy bulliltngs?..-.........-..-........--.. (il) Area ln square miles ; (o) Number of teachers: Elemontary.-, Illgh --, Iltgh School-...--....--...--.---....--.; (f) Number of stualents: Xllemetrtary..
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