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ification Register (not Attendance Register); please fill it out with ink from your Cltssification 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 belorv and follow it accurately. ff you have not a Claesification Register in your School led zre know at once,' also iniorm the Presialent ol your School Boarcl or your
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6th. Thelrsl classification of any school is the moet difrcult, and should be macle with much care. Succeecling teachers shoultl not clrange the classification lef6 by their predecessors without gootl reason.
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Tlrrite Answers to the following Questions:

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

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changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates oif 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 to avoid clashing o" opinion by successive teachers.

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6th. Thelrst clasgification of any school is the mogt difrcult, ancl should be made with much care. Succeeding teachers shoulal not change the classification left by their preclecessors without goocl reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher shoulal
show tlre status of each pupil at ttle close of each term each being claesifiecl in the grade which he has just
finiahed,.

Wrile Answers t0 lhe following Queslions:

Is your daily program posted up in your


school room
?.

. Study the plan given belorv and follow it accurately. Ifyou have not a Claesifibe kept for public inspection.

cation Register in your School lei nre lcnoln at once; aleoirl'form the Presiclent of your School Boartl or your Director. The Register can be obtained at the County Superintentlent/s office. Please endeavor to have a Register providecl for your echool al once, so that all the schools may be classified before the entl of the term.

7th. A pupil changing from one school to any other RegisUer is used, may receiv from his teacheracertificateofhie standing, which will enable
in which this
the teacher whose school heenters to classifv him with-

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work
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Bejustand.far)r

out eramination.

in

your markings, neither too

high nor too low, so as to avoiil clashing of opinion by


succesgive teachere.

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all

grades

lst. Reatl the courso of etutly carefully; notice the number of grades and the work that each grade inclutles. 2tl. Ascertain in vhich grade ofthe Course each pupil has moal of his work, ancl classify him in that gratle. If he has not all of hie etudies in this grade, marh the gracle in which such other stuclies are found, under the heaclings for these respective etudies. (See sample form
in Register.)
When a pupil has completecl a study antlpassed a eatisfactory examination, creclit hinr with it in the column of "Stud.ieg Completed thie Term," also record it in the "Record of Stutlies Completed," iu the b4ck part of the Register. Thig record shoukl show every study which each pupil complstss, until he finishes the course and gratluates from the clietrict school. The glacluating of claseea is one of the greatest incentives that can be useal

Reader grades write

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school room

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TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT


ITEMS OF REPORT

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No. pupils enrolled No. non-resident pupils enrolled


Total No. days attendance
Average daily attendance

Total No.

days absence

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Failure to file this Report in tf,u Superintendent's Office will be entered in his Record against the Teacheras Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your
Classifi cation Register (not

the names, corresponding to each numberr" in the of "Names of Pupils." 'column 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most dificult, and should be made with. much care.

$Irite Answers to the following Questions:


Is your daily program posted up

Succeeding tiachers should not change the classifica-

in your

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

I ttenda nce Register) ; please


it
accurately.

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
ach term each being classified

in the grade which

If

you have not a Classification Register in your School let me knou.t at nilce; 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.

Study the plan given below and follow

he has justfnished.

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

school roorr,? 4-?.4,2, Do you make d/ily pr.p^ration for your work ? n /-?,o,/-

Do you giv5/Oral Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and
havethem write from tento twentyminutes

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

9th.

Be

just

and

fair in your markings,


to

neither avoid clashing ot

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


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

dailv -/l? ..1,4-eC./. Do you l6pend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to
all grades?

1st.

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has ?nztt 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 cornpleted 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," in the back part of the Register. This record should

Do you hdy'e those in the Third and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides -other language work ? Number Work to the Do' lower grades dailV? .a/ /,o -<

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

Do you try to de6brate )'our school rooml n0 2 tr r/-azar nzrr/J,,t-q ;4r<- f,UA. /;*r4-, /-

from "dropping out" of school.- Diplomas

for

graduation will be{urnished 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

4th. The

"syllabus

of

Classes" shows every

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Failure to file this Report in the Superintend. ent's Office will be intered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Dqty. .
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your CllSi{cation Register (not r{ttendance Regster); please [! itSt with ink from your Classificition Register and reti.rrn it to me at the end of the last month of the term.

the names, corresponding to each number, in thecolumn of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difrcult, and should be made with much care.
tion left by their predecessors without good reason. .J 6th. fhe claisification as left by each teac!fl should show the ,tutu, of each pupii at the. ckst'6f
each term each being classified just fnisfied. he has Succeeding teachers should not change the classifica-

'

Tfrite Answers to the following Questions:

Is youi daily program posted up

ih your

school room?

be kept for public inspection. Study the plan given below and'follow it aciurately. 'If you have not a Classification Register in your School let me Anou 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 once, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

It will

in the grade which

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

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

9th.

Be

just

and

fair in your markings, neither 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 rvork that each grade
Read

Lst.

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,

includes.

Do you make dail1 preparation for your . work ? 'bo yoo giveuOral Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, and havethem wiite from ten to twenty minutes daily ? Do you spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades? Do vou have uthose in the Third and Fourth Reader gracles write 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 passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with it in the column of "Studies Completbd this Term."
also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. f'his record should

Do you

give
I

lorver grad.es

daily? 7)/-a/ Do you try toffi


1/l-t.

room?

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

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas


graduation

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

school. The graduating of

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. f'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

l6otiorotit,agltbclongstoa serics eirion," ud is udcr copyrighu

All pcmno arc mmcd aSalmt mrking or publishlng tbls blank, or any mod.
consisting

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Systcm

of

supcr.

Teacher's Relarks'to_luperintendent
blackboards, givc tbc tram6 of pupils nct providcd with books, naming thc books ncclcJ. S!g' gct wlrcrcin thc County supcriotetrdcnt 6tr co-opcratc with you for thc ldvatrccmcot of your school, cc.)

TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT


ITDII,IS OF RDPORT

DAILY FROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION

(NorB-siatcwhatyour *hool ndds in apprn$s,

ctc.i als

No. pupils enrolled No. non-resident pupils enrolled


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Averaee cost of tuition per month per pupil'


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CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE AND WTTIIIN REPORTS ARE CORRECT

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AGRICULTURE

DRAWING

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

the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difrcult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the,classification left by their predecessors without good reason. ,6th. The classification as left by each teacher

lVrite Answers to the follorving Questions: Is your daily piogram 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.

; please

If

Study the plan given below and follow

you have not a Classification Register in your School lat 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 office Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at nncc, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

it

accurately.

should show the status of each pupil at the clov 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 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 Prontotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

school roorn? A1/r / , T Do you make /aily preparation for your

Do you giv6 Oral Language Lessons to the First and Second Reader classes, anci havethemwrite fromt en to twenty mrnutes
daily ? Do you speld. at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to
all grades? Do you

work? u' /l

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

9th.

vb

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

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

Third

and

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 studibs 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 sarisfactory examination, credit also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back part of the Register. f'his record should

includes.

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

work?.
Do you try
room?

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to

Do you give Number Work to the


lor.ver grades daily?

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


show every study which each pupil completes, ulltil 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 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 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

All pcnono arc mmcd against making or publisbinr lhls bhnk, or any mod' ldetion of it, as it bclongs to a acricg consisting of "wclch'8 systcE of supct' vision," ud ig undcr copyrigbt

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TE.A.CHER'S SUMM.A,RY REPORT


ITEMS OF RDPORT

DAILY PROGRAM
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Bcgilr

(Nora-statcwhltyour shool nceds in aplantus, blackboards, ctc't also givc thc nam6 of pupil! not proridcd witb books' naming tbc books ncclcl. Sug' gcst whcrcin thc County Supcrintcndcnt catr c@Dcratc with you for thc advanccmcnt of your schml, ac.)

FORENOON SESSION
Minutcs

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tr ( Whole No. of days taught / @ o


Compensation of teacher per month
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pupil--

of Attendance-

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CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE AND WITHIN REPORTS ARE CORRECT

Teacher 'Q , tn
District

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Classifi{ation, Standing, Advancement and Attendance Of School i2Pi't(rt No.-/M-Towg/tip of;:


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SYLLABUS OF CLASSES

Report

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NAMES OF

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COMPOSITION
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HISTORY OF ILLINOIS
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CIVIL GOVERNMENT

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AGRICULTURE

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Failure to file this Report in the Superintend. ent's Office will be entered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheer corresponds to a page of your
Classification Register (not

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'
tion left bi their predecessors without good reason6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the,close of
each term each being classified Succeeding teachers should not change the,classifica-

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.
Study the plan given below and follow it'accurately.

ttendance

Regittcr) ; please

in the grade which

school roor;::,? -1/ e 4 . Do you make daily preparation for your

he has justfnis/ted.

If

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

other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to
classify him without examination. 8th. Certifcates o1f Promoion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

7th. A pupil changing from one school to any

'

work ? u LgA /T Do you dive Oral Language Lessons to the Fi5st 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 or
Be

9th.

just

and

dailyl 4etr (/

opinion by successive teachers.

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.

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

' 2d.

includes.

Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has nlst 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,

Do you'spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in \.vriting to all grades? Do vou ha$e those in the Third and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language

work? z1 Cl
.Do you (iu" No-ber., Work to the
lor,ver srades daily?

under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. lVhen a pupil .has completed a study and
passed a satisfactory examination, credit

him with it in the column of "Studies Completed this Term," also record it in the ' 'Record of 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

-t4.

Do you try to
room?

de"corate

your school

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

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

4th. The
in

"syllabus

of

Classes" shows every

by each class during the term. T'he names of pupils belonging to each class may be found by referring to

l6otl6no[it,asltbeloDsstor

All

pcruong are wamcd against

dsion," ud ir utrdcr co9yrighg

mlking or publlsbing this blank, or any mod' scrlcg consisting of "Wclcb'8 Systcm ol SuDcr'

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Teacherts Remarks to Superintendent


(NornSatc what your sh@l nccds in appantus, blackboards, etc i rlso givc thc namc of pupib not providcd wilb boks. nanilg thc book nccccJ' sug' gcst whcrcitr tbc County Supcdotctrdcnt 6n co{pcratc witb you for tbc advanccmcnt of your rhool, ac.)

TEACHER'S SUMMARY
ITEI\{S OF REPORT

REPORT

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FORENOON SESSION

Noi pupils enrolled


No. non-resident pupils enrolled
Total No. days attendance
Average daily attendance

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Report
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Classification, Standing, Advhncement and Attendance


Scltool was

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Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent


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(NOTE--Suggcst wkrcin the Contv Supcrintcndent thc advanement of yout rchmJ, etc.)

DAILY PROGRAM

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S.rrion /4 f-d"ys Boys ?i4./nt-<, Girls ?zLrt-4School was in

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Number of non-resident pupils enrolled,

Whole number of pupils enrolled,

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,Giils

Total days attendance,


Average daily attendance,

Number of days absent, Number of cases tardiness, Number neither absent nor tardy, Number volumes in school library
Value of school library General condition

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of library

General condition of school room

Number of trees on school ground in thriftv condition Condition of out buildings, Boys' Condition of out buildings, Girls'

- Condition of Coal House Teacher's salary per month, $


Numberof Visits; Superintende*
General R

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School

Officers f 7a

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hereby certify that the above report is correct-

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TEACHER,

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NAME OF PUPILS
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Branches
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Syllabus ol Glasses
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Failure to File this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be entered in his Record against
the Teacher as a Dereliction of Duty.

This reportins sheet cor:responds to the classification secti6n of y:our CombinedRegister; please fill it out vrith ink from your Register and return to me at the end of the lasi month- of the term. It 'rvill be inspection. Study the plan given bekept for public lo* and -follorv if accurately. If you have not a Combined Register in your School let -m-e k-norv at
oncel also inform the Pi'esident of your School Board
ox your Director.

hu, :u.t finished. f., *"t in--s your t'ecommendations in the section at right of "Pages Canvassed this Tern," be just. T[is section classifies this school for-your suicessor. Make rio recommendations that you would not folow scrupulously were you to continue rvork in this school next term.

Wille Answen to lhe Following

Ouestions:

1.

Isyourdaily program

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

intendent's office.

The Register can be obtained at the County Super-

7tt^. A pupil changing from one school to any in rvhich 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'lvithout examination. 8th. Certificates of Promotion anil Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps and may be obtained from the County Superintendent. gth. Be just and f-air in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing of opinother
ion by successive teachers.

trr.

posted up in your

schoot rcom?

--(/-UI-/-

2.

Do you m5ke daily preparation for your

ll

AltI/.

work?

lJ,Lu-diA/
Lessons to

3. no{oogive Oral Lansuase

the First and Second Reader Classes, and have

Horv

to Classify Your

School Register.

in the Classification
lhat
each

The following will assist you

in making your Report

accuratelY:

themwrite from ten to twenty minutes daily?

number of forms and the work


cludes.

1st.

Read the course of study carefully; notice the

form in-

loirn. If 3d.

2d. Ascertain in which folrn of the Course each' pupil has most of the worl<, and classify him in that

he has not all of his studies in this fotm, mark the form in rvhich such other studies are found, under the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register')
passed a

When a

in the column of "sfudies Completed this Term," also recorcl 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 finishes the course and graduates fronr the ctlstlict school. The graduating of classes is one of the Ereatest incentives-that can be used in keeping pupils

-an-{ satisfalt6ry examinatibn, credit him rvith it

pupil has completed a s!,udy

the sum of the days of absence of all pupils enrolled during the term. Do not count the days a pupil wag ttclays of absence.t' When a pupil id "drop-pedt' as of your school and "dropped' he is not a member hen'c6-cannot be considered as ttabsent" in the sense in which 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 puoil comes before the close of the forenoon recess, iount him tardy only; but if he should not arlive until after the :forenoon recess, count him absent a half. day. Observe the same rule for the afternoon
sessron.

Total Nuraber of Days of Absence-This rpill'be

4.

l/fuJl.ia/ll
Do ydu have

---

----

tlo you spend at least fifteen minutes

daily in giving special drills

in writing in all

5.

your pupils use pen and


\tt

out" of school. Diplomas for gradf]rorn "droppinE uation rvili be -furnished by the County Superintendent fol all pupils who finiih the course of study. 4th. The "svllabus of Classes" shows evely class in each'study, dnd the pupils (indicatedby-numbers-)' belonging t6-it, also the- pages canvassed- b-y -each class iur-ing th6 term' Th-e names of pupils belonginE to each- class mav be found by referiing to the nalmes, corresponding-to each number', in the column'of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The first classification of any school is the rnost difficult, and should be made rvith much care'
Succeedine teachers should not change the classificapr:edecessors with-out good reason' 6th, Th-e classi^fication as left by each teacher stroutd show the status of each pupil at the close of ' eich iet:* uach being classified in the grade lvhich he

the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled durinE the term. The total number of clays of attendance,llus the total number days of absence, should ALWAYS equal the total numbel days -of membership. This flct rvill enable you to tcst the
accuracv 01 vour resulf,s.

Total Number of Days of Attendance-This will be

ink in Writing Lessons?--

a 6. Wherqdo you gxpecttiteacll4ext


----:

I4/rU-d/A/.
term?

Averise Daily Attendance-This is found by dividins th-=e total days of attendance by the number of davs taupht. Alwavs express the quotient as a rvliole nu-mber. A fractio-n that is lelss than a half should be dropped, but a fraction that is a half or

tion left 5y their

more should be called 1. Number Violating Compulsory Attenda.nce LawThe law reouires all pupils between the ages of seven and sixteen to attend sihool regularly atleast twenty-four consecutive weeks. It does not apply to pupils who live more than two rriles from school, - Whole Number of Days Taught-Count every day for rvhich vou clrarv Dav as tauEht. AveraEe Cost of Tiriiion per illonth per Pupil This is found-by dividihg the anibunt paid the teacher per month by the average daily attendance for the term.

have a position for next term, will you notify this office as soon asyou get the promise of a position-and give the name of the school?

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Vaeation Address:

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TEAOl|ER'S RElY|ARKS TO SlJPTRIIITEI.|OEI'IT

DAILY PROGRAM

Township Address
ITEMS OF RDPORT
1. 2.

7:ro1 5 g:05r t0
q:eol
:0"/1

?:td

nupils enrolled
3ince

Whole number: different

t.
1. 5. o.
d

pupils term -Nb. enrolled this preyious-

Whole riumber difrerenu


enrolled not

Julv 1

to

date

ltr ':L/6r
/ l5
/6-

0:/5T /

ly enrolled

this school vear

in this county

t0:3d
-tr3

inE at date

Number of pupils belongof this report N-umber pupils dropped this term and not returned Number enrolled between
7 and 16 years

t/:o-al I

t:/51

/tr
AFTERNOON SESSION

tr

Number non-resident pupils enrolled -Nirmber pupils previously

of age

t:301 / 0 t:nrl | 0

enrolled eslewhere tbis


term

9.

Total number days of membeship


days absence days attendance
cases tardiness

10. Total number 11. Total number L2. Total number

ro.
10

A,,^---^ n^iI,, average daily attendance ^++^-,lo-aa -

L4. Number neither absent nortardy 15. Number violating compulsory


attendance law

16. Whole number of days taught ---J-Z L7. Average cost of tuition per month for each pupfrc7'k 18. Compensation of teacher per month.y'JA:h-19. Number volumesin library--1.{l20. Number living trees on grouncl--./-tr1----------2L. Hasyourschool a Aagl--ft:4

of Classification,
'i=,t!)'r.eacher

Standing,

dvan $t

t and Attendance.
. Cou'ntg of..
5..1.A..., and ending

re/

7-,

Branches

Syllabus of Classes
PuDils iu !'ach Cluss . Nnnle and Used

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Failnre to File thie Roport in the Sqperintenilont's Oflioo will bo ontereil in hie Record
againet tho Teachor ae a Deroliotion oI Duty. Jinished,. In making your recommendations in the section at right of "Pages Canvassedthis Term," be just. This section classifies thie school for your successor. Make no recommendation that you would not follow scrupulously were you to continue work in this school
Dext terrn.

Write Answerb to the tollowing Questions: 1. Is your daily program posted up


school

This reportingsheet corresponds to the classification section of your Combined Register; 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 anld foliow it acc-urately. If y-ou haie no-t a Combined Register in your School let me know a,t 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 liour school a,t once, so that your school may be classified before the end of the term.

?th. A pupil changing from one school to any other in which this Register is used, may leceive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without examination. 8th. Certificates of Prontotion and Monthly Reports to Parents are valuable helps, and may be obtained from the County Superintendent. 9th. Bejasf and,fai,r in your markings, neithertoo high nor too low, so as to avoidclashing of opinion by
succeSglYe teacners.

2. Do you
rvork?

make

daily preparation for your

3.

Do ybu

give Oral Language

Lessons to

The

iollowing will aesist you. in


Roport accuratoly:

rnaL.ing yonr

the First and Second Reader Classes, and have them write from ten to twenty minutes dailv?

Eow to Glassily Your Sahool in the Glassification Rogieter. 1st. Read the courge of study carefully; notice the number of forms andthe workthateach formincludes.
has aaost ofhis work, and classify him in thatforir.'If he has not all of his studiesinthis form, mark theform in which such other studies are found, under the headings for these respective etudies. (See sample form

sum of the days

Total Number of Days of Absence-This will be the

ing the

2d. Ascertain in which form oftheCourse each nuoil

in Register.)

the district school. The graduating of clgsses is one of the greatest incentives that can be used in keeping pupils from "dropping out" of school. Diplomai f6r-er-aduationwill be firn-t:trp{ !y the County Superinteri'dent for all pupils who
course and graduates from
nnrEn tne course ot stucly. each study, and the pupils (indicated by numbers) beIonging to it, also the pages canvassed by each class

study and passed a satisfactory' eiamination, credit him rilith 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 shoirld show every study which each pupil completes, until he finishes the

3d. When a pupil has completed

henci'cannot be considered as "abs6nt" in the sense in which the vl,ord "absent" is here used. Absence that is less than half aday willbe reported as a half day's absence; for example, if a pupil comes before the close of the forenoon recess, count him tardy only; but if he should not arrive until after the forenoon recess, count him absent a half day. Observe the same rule for the afternoon session. will be \ ./ Total Number of Days of Attendance-This 1Y the sum of the days of attendance of all pupils en\ rolled during the term. The total number of days of

term. Do not count the days a pupil was "droDDed" as "davs of absence." When a DuDil is "drobied" he is iot a member of vour gchbol and

of

absence

of all pupils enrolled dur-

least fifteen minutes giving special drills in rvriting in all daily in


grades
?

5.D 6.

ave your pupils use pen and ink

in the Writing Lessons?-lVhere do you expec

J 0

4th. The "Syllabus of Classes" shows every class in

during the term. The names of pupils belonging to

the total number days of absence, ehould ALWAYS equal the total number days of membership. This fact will enable you to test tf,e accuracy of your results. Average Daily Attendance-This is found by dividing the total days of attendance by the number of ' days taught. Always express the quotient as a.whole number. A fraction that is less than a half should be dropped, but a fraction that is a half or more should
attendance, plus The law requires all pupils between the ages of seven

7. If you do not at
as you get the promise

present have a position

for next term, will you notify this office as soon

.'Names of Pupils." 5th. The/rrst classification of any schoolig the most difficult, and should be made with niuch care. Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by eachteacher should show the status of eachpupil at the close of eachterm each being classified in the grade which he has just

each elass may be found by referring to the names, corresponding- to each- n-umber, iri the column of

be calletl 1. Number Violating Compulsory Attendance

of a position-and

give

Law-

the name of the Vacation Address:

four 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 which you draw pay as taught. Average Cost of Tuition per Month per Pupil-This is founal by dividing the amount paid the teache\per month by the average daily attendance for the term

and sixteen to attend school regularlyat leasttwenty-

'

c;ty

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TEAC}|ER'S REt'|ARl(S TO SUPEBII{TEI{DEl|T.

TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT


Ilme

DAILY PROGRAM.
FORENOON SESSION
Eegins ln

ent can co-operate rvith you for the odvancement

(NorE.-Stste wh&t your school needs in apprratus. blackboards, etc.i elso giye the namcs of pupils not provided rvith books, naminsthebooks ncedcd. SuFgestwherein theCouDtl' Superintendetc.)

of your school,

BRANCHES

Director's N

lllnutes

ITEMS OF REPORT

1. Wholenumberdifierentnupils enrolled to date eince

..t t0 /0
e'O

I
2.,

July r

2. Whole numberdifferentnu'-

pils enrolled this term 3. No. enrollednotpreviously en-rolled in this cbunty thi! school year 4. Number pupils belonging

at date of this reoort

/f, f, /tr 7 /f /0' /


/;

/{

Y 3

' ;

? and 16 years of age 7. Number non-residentpupils

5. Number pupils dropped this term and not returned 6. Number enrolled between
enrolled.

t0 5/:/ /d' 7 /0 3 /0 JAFTERNOON SESSION

/0 2

enrolled elsewhere this term 9. Total number days of membership 10. Total number days abserice 11. Total number days attendance 12. Total number cases tardiness
I

8. Number pupils previously

s9.'0 b 3 5:o
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t:nl

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I
I

13, Average daily attendance


14, Number neither absent nor tardy

t.7
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15. Number violating compulsory attendance law

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18.

Average cost of tuition permonth for e"cLpapifiS,2#

?.,:/0|,2 0

I { !

19. Number volumes in 29. Number living trees


are correcf,

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R.eport of
Of School in District No. ---/-O-?.----State E or the - - d/--UAnzU- - - - - - - - commencin
of -

, Standing, Advancement and Attendance


-Sr-tt / -Z-, and ending---

--

I
SYLLABUS OF CLASSES
Pages Canvassed

NAMES OF PUPILS

Puruls
EacH CLAss

(By No.)

BooKs

Texr

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to Superintendent
Couutv Superinten'lent

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DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON
Tlme

DAILY PROGRAM
AFTERNOON
tenelh ln

co-opente with you fortho,adyalrcement of your school' etc'


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mrnules

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Total--------/2r--, Girls------ ----------/-2r--, Total


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--2H-

Total days attendance, Average daily attendance, Number of days absent, Number of cases tardiness,

Teacher's salary per month, General Remarks--

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Number of Visits, Superinten

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Teacher's Bemarks

to

Superintendent

DAILY PROGRAM
Tine
Seglns

j[o,t" PR..RAM
i
ledslh il
lNin-utei

(NorE)-Sueeer,

co-operate with yo;u for tho advmcement of your gchool, etc'

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countv superintendent can

AFTERNOON
Year

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Year of 1912-13

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less

For districts maintaining ten years of school work or

(2.)
Boys

Enrollmeat for the year by


2arl Yr. Boys Gtrls

(Do not count any pupil more thaa once.)


4th Yr.
Boys Girlg Sth Yr. Boys
6i.h

lst V
Girls

3rd Yr
Boys

Vr

7th Yr. Glrls

8th Yr.
Boys

9th Yr. Gids

l0th Yr.
Boys

Total
Boys

Girls

Girlg

Boys Girls Boys

Ghlg Boys

Ghls

Gids

+ ,"
(3.) (4.)

*,t

o,

o o

(t

0 o o
11 antl

6 0

T7

/?
'tot t.-/-..--....

Length of school yeat in aonths:.......


Whole number of difierent teachers E-ployed during the those who may have resignecl during tJre

ygr (indude item

year)... . . . . . .Men..... ......0.......... wo-*....../...... .... (5.)Numberofeighthgradegraduatesorpromotioos...Boys...........o''.,.,..,,Gi'trs.'.'...'...l.'...,....


(11.) Number of rezul,ar
(If a rooo teachers (report only one teacher for each teaching oosition). . . .Men-..........
by iore thaa
one teacher, couat oaly tbe oae teachftiglhe

(6.)Nunberofpupi1spayiogtuitioa...Boys..........c)'..''..''Gifts.'''....a....,'.......TotaL-...........
has bea taugbt

longs part

the trm,)

2......... Wo-en........./.......

TotaL....../-.......'..

(12.)

Are you a graduate of a College and State Norma.l

Schal?..k4)...:... A

year hich

senoon..-W". If aot a graduate,


for each

io*" o", oou..n#


(13.) (14.) (16.) (17.) (18.)

teacher.)

*}rool?,71A....t... A. fsushave you attended a State Normal sthrxll?.,.qAn/: A high scAan.....!4"d..".. C-olleee?..'y..1r'A..r.. A State Normal

Amouat of salary earned by teachers....

(If e moo hm dem tauebt bi moro tha^rr oue teac.ho, considc the --- sgfary -t--'- Dafd to all for tho

Total days' attendance of all pupils mrolled...,.,..!f,..\4..*..1..."-.,...


Number of school

*-rT--'"-"

---tt?1

one teac,hiag the

loag6 patt of the tsm.)

l-L-

houses.

......

.Publie..Y/yl*/
.,

rA

Rated........2........ Total.lJLazrJ.-

ln

Number of seats or sittings for study (capaciW)....


Value of school property:

(a) Sites and

buildings.

"..#.(
.8-6r.)--.&: 9..8

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

Total.....

(1e.)I{o*,-T1oJ-y.95-B':{:l"blehl3^R**;i..'.i;.|C;:4" drsEncE.,
Ieo$b or seruce ot eacnr ul
.

iior6 trtaq

one teacher is employed, as shown by item 1[, give

..w*I],(.:?4k.. wo *fl-tutL- ro*,L}T.rnal . .... .$,5:gA. .#.::. (2L.) Amount of all taxes levied for school pu4roses, mad.e August, lgl2. .. (22.) Amount of bondecl indebtedness, July 1, lg1r3... .. .. f.h-*pn*a -. .... .$....'.... .........1..5:....... (23.) Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary readiag books for class use.
...
.

(24.)

Number of private schools in the district.,*.,.:Ti.{7.1*L

mployed..... .Mo........................ Womea..'...........,..... Total......'.........'.'. (b)Numberofpupilsenrolled.........Boys......GirlE-..........'..........Tot....'....'....'.....


(a) Number of tea&ers
(25.,)Numberofpersonsbetweent.heagesof,L2end.21whoa,fei&abletore,atlandwriteBoys................'.......Girls....'.'...'....,........rotaL.f.*

(26,) Amouat of eadowment or permanent fund | Yl" lrrd'


I

belonging to this district


18, 21, 22, 24125 and 26,1

$.1.03.,#9....

iConfer with the Oerk of the Board relative to questions

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(The nunbrs la pa.reothses coneslnnd to ausbels in the Dirutorst Amual ReDort).

Tbe foregoiag is corect to the best of my knowledge antl belief.

tU*Vf,

Date school closed:

.:orc.

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t)

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Make out in dupliote aad file one,copy with the Clerk of the Boa.rd, with your last scheclule, aocl mail the other copy to the County Superintendent of Schools, at the ctrose of school.
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TO BE FILLED OUT BY TtsACEF;R OR PRIIVCIPAL IN CEARGE OF BI'ILDING

Tn,q,cHERs'AxxuAL RPPoRT
Yeen on 1913-14
Name of
School...

2.
I

Enrollment for the year


st YeGirls
7,nA

Yt-

3rd

Yr

4th Yr. Boys

sth Yr.
Girls

6th Yr. Bo:n Gldg

7th Yr.
Boyg

8th Yr.
Boys

gth Yr. Boys Gtrb

l0th Yr
Boyo

llth Yr.
Boys

12th Boys

Yn
Gitls

Boys

novs

7
3.

--l "I /t2 2l / 2


clrls

Ghls Boys

Gidg

Girls

Girls

Ghls

Total: Uemeatary,...

2 3 / / ll/-

Secmdery

(Eigh)....

Length of school year in *oothst........f

Actual number of days school was io

lvesjrorrr.../..il.t.
MALE

FEIIALE

TOTAL

4. J.
6.

Whole number of different per:iots employed as teachers in this building for the whole or part of the year, who have not b-eea transfein:d to another building in this clistrict

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

/)

/ /
0
/1

8. 9.

Number of high school tuitioa pupils.

/ a

I
0

Administrative officers (does not apply to one-room tlistrigts):


(a) Superintendents who do no teaching.

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

fialf time or more (if more than one peniotr has Teachers and orincioals -countihe who teach one teaching the loager part of the term) room, only

taught in a

11.

Totalnumberofteachingpositions (sumofgand 10) (showoolytheactualpositions)


Teachers'

.......... If not'a graduate'


how me-ny have attended a college?

t2,

qualifcations: Number graduates of a College

aocl State Normal

A Nor6al

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

A four-yea,r high

school?...

........'..'.............,'...?aSLteNormalSeho|?,''...[,vJ$..'........AHighSchoo1?.(Giveonlyhighestgraduatioaorattedance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total must eorresponcl with No. 11 above.)
13.AmountofannuaIsalar:rearaedbyteachers:Men,$...'.........'........'..:......i -

ttt]b"Sti"" h*-ffi
served longest.)'

t eta

ti

"iore

il"n

o"u pers6n, give as aonual satary the ium earned by alt, but count the one (mnn or woman) who

14. L6. 17,


18.

rs the building owned or

;il;;;
-

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

r" {^ /-

b.ei**r

t #y" ){rii i/it 6i"f


v tl I
.

value of school
(a) Sites anrl

property buildings.
.
.

v"'w"t " tV.t|N-....

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

Total..

19. Give lengfh of

service

in this district of

teachers holding positions

at

close

of school:

yr.?....................'... 2 yrs.?".............-.......

3 yrs.?........,............. 4 yrs.?'....'.--.-'..... 5 yrs.?'...'-.-..-...'.'


10 yrs.?...................... 11 yrs.?.............'..".. 12 yrs.?.............'...... 17 yrs.?...-................. 18 yrs.?.......'...'..".... 19 yrs.?.

6 yrs.?-..-................ 7 y"s.?-....-...........
13

yrs.?.....

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

9 yrs.?...'....'.........-.

14 yrs.?.................... 15 yts.?............'...... 16 yrs.?....................

20 yrs. or more?................ (Time less than a year is to be couated as one yea,r.)

20.

Promotion of health and attendance: (a) Number of inspectors employeil:


(b) Number

Nurses.".......... of truant ofrcers employecl: Men.................


.

Physicians"""'

..'..'

'Women"

2t.

Amount of all taxes levietl for school purposes, made August' 1913.
inclebtedness,

$...4 M. ct7..i.........

22. Amount of bontletl 21. Number of private

July 1, t9I4...

25. Number of volumes in library


schools

exclusive of supplementary reading books for class

use.

.....'.-../'.'J'

/l

in the district r.......-.{h.r.*:..**.

(a)Numberofteaclersernp1oyed.......Men....,Women'....,......'.......To.........'.'.'...'..... . . .: . . (b) Number of pupils enrolled.


..

25. Numberofpersonsbetweentheagesof12ancl
26. 27.

21,1yboareunabletoreadandwrite..Boys........0.............

cir1s......d.............'.'totat{);?.ulzi.''tp...

Have you any departmen

.'':'.:' of endowment or perm:raent funtl betonging to this clistrict.. . . : .. Amount '-(If trg ;6di" tr" i"fo"-.tioa i"ft""dfor in questions L8, 2I, 22, 24, 25 and 27 rca'dily,let the items renain blank.) il;;;bG
(ovnr)

M.

SAIARIES OF TEACEERS.

Bnter ln the fotlowiag table t&e nuober of teachers in day schools pald the difiereni anaual salades.

Er-sreNrARv
Slr,enrBs

SscoNDanv Women
SEr,nnrps

Er.sugxtllv
Men
Womeo

Srconolnv
Men
'Womeo

Meo

'Women

Men

Less than $200...


@00

SlP00 to $1,299. $1p00 to $r,399.

to

$299..

S30oto $399...

Sl.l(Xl to Sl-,{99St-Sfr0

to Sltfll to $6{Xl to
0{O0
S800

$499... $599...

in

lRl-SOO

S1-600 to SI-600
$11700

$699....

to 811799

S7OOto $799 ..

s1-8(n

s1.800
$11999

to S900 to

$809... $999...

$lrgq) to

$2rOflt to $2,{99
!*2-lOO

EI,OOO

to $1,099.

fo !12^O(l

$1,100 to

Slrl99.

.....:....

t$3rflXl aad over

NOTICE.

thic report io tluplicate, except in districts bqviry two or more buildings and a zuperinteodeot, and file one copy with the clerk of the school board and -ail the other copy to the cnuaty zuperintendent at the dose of school In alistricts having two or more buildings a.ntl a superintencleat, only one copy is to be made by the Priacipal of each building a$d 61ed with the Supeiatendent who is to onsotidrate the several reports anil male one cvpy for the Clerk of the school boacd and one to be maild to the Couaty Superintendent at the close of school.
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TEACI-IERS'
"T;,#,.,ffi*A**
2.
Znd

ANi\T]AL REPORT
:
Ypen oF
19141-15

Enrollment for the year by

(Do aot count any pupil more than once.)

Yr. |

3rd Yr.

trIow many of 3. 4.

the above were enrolled in some other district of this State before enrolling in this . 4 rlistrict, during the year .......8oys......o(........Gir1s...............Tota1

-, &

Lengt'hofschool"*'o]-oo.*,,.xffi-'.....-"';;,,.,*ou.ofdaysschoo1*',,".;;;;...../zi...
'Whole.number of difierent persons employed as teachers.in this building for the whole or part of , thJt;;e wuo tavu;tot teea tran"sfeirecl rtom a"olrr"iruilainFi"if,Gai"tri.t. .'. . . . . .Mea......f........womes............Tota1.... ..1........

5,
6.

Nlrrmfsl of eighth grade graduates or

promotions.....

....}loyr....fu&.......Tota1.

.8i,

Numberofelmentarypupilspayingtuition......Boys..........v,.M...Total..'............... Number of high school graduates..... .. ..Boys......... ..km....Tota1.................. Numter of high school tuition pupils.. . ...8oys......... .... .&tm*fota1..................
Administrative officers (does not apply to one-room districts): (a) Superintendents who do no t66c[ing (b) Frincipals and Supervisors who teach less than half
, ,Men................Woolen............Tota1..................
.

9.

time.
in a

..

.Men................Women............Tota1..................

10. 11.

Teachers aad principals who teach half time or lrore (if more thau one person has taught only count the one teaching the longer part of the term) . . . . i. , . .

......

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

Total aumber of teaching positions (sum of 9 and 10) (show only the actual

positions).
If

. . , , .Men....,.........,.Women............Total..................

|2,Qualifcationsofteachers:NumbergraduatesofaCo11egeandStateNoa1
A Normal School ooly?.................i...... A four-year High School only?........1.............
not a graduate, how many have atteaded a college?
........................? A State Normal School?........................ A High School?........... (Give ooly highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at erd of term. The total must not be more thaa No. 11 above.)

13.AmountofannualsaIareamedbyteachers:lttuo,g...3..(o'',A..'..;Women,$..'.....''.......'.....

(If

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

..3.2.0..7 . . . 16.Numberofsc}roolhouses:..../a<7/&--'......Pub1ic.......Rentetl.......'totd...'.. 17. Numberof sittingsforstucly (capacity) (doubleseatstobecountedastwosittings) ......f..6....


14. Total days' attendance of all
pupils enrolled.
.

18'

tfli"rft*gTtb"J?ffiH:.
Total.

......
..
:.'.'....

.;.
.

E ? fa,
.,..........kt11.tA.

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

lC.

Give length of service in this district

17 yrs.?...................... 18 yrs.?.................... 19 yrs.?.................... 20 yrs. or more?................ (Count

Promotion of health: Number of nurses employed?.......,........ Physicians?................


nurse or inspe,cting officer?....

uy*r*t Amount paid nurses?..


pJJof

aya.r.)
Physicia.ns?................

iriumber of pupils examined for physical defects or contagioa?........................Nnmber found afiected?........................Number Promotion of attenrience; Number
of,

of homes.visited by

truant officers mployed?..........,....,Men?.............,Women? Amount pard truant ofrcers?................

Number of children not attending school between the ages of 7 aad 14?.................... 14 and 16?...,..,............. Number of children arrested and
placed in charge of teacher?..................Number sentenced by a court to a delinquent school?....................Number of sdrool antl age certificates

2t. Amount of all taxes levied for school purposes, made August 7914. . . 22. Amount of bonded indebtedness, Jr:Iy 1, 1915. . . 23. Number of volumes in library exclusive of supplementary reading booksforclassuse....
24.Numberof.privateschoolsint,hedistrict?..'.................Numberofteachersemployed?......M?.''..''.....''.
of pupils earolled in elementary grades (lst to Girls?........................ College Grades (13th
25. 26.

$ . ... . . ........ ..........


$.................

. ..

/ ?--l..Q ......

8th): Boys?... to 16th): Boys?.

Gids?................ Secondary Grarles (9th to 12th): goysi................


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

Number of persons between the ages of 12 and 21 who are unable to read and write: Boys........................ Girls............... ........ Total..... Have you Amount of endowmeat or permanent fund belonging to this district. $.............................. (If you are unable to obtain the information called for in questions 18, 21, 22,25 and 27 readily, let the items remain bla'1L.)
(ovEa)

27,

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29.

SALI\RIES OF TEACEERS

Eater ia the fotlowtng table the aumber of teachere in dey schools pald thc dltrerent anaual salarics.

Er.Bupwre*v Srroxolnv
Seranrcs Men
Women

Er.gl[pxTAnv
Sa,enrss Mea
'Women

Srcoxoanr
Women

Men

Women

Men

Lees

tlao $200...
q190...
$399..
.

$1,20O

to $1199
to $r'399.

$2fi)to
$300

$rifl)
t

to to to to

$1r4fi) to $lr,SD. $1r5fl) to Slr599.


$1,600 to Str69g. $1,700 to

8{trDto S4gg...
S500

$599..

86mb
$700

$609...
$799. . .

$l'799

$1,800 to $1,E99.

tt00to
8900

8E00...
S999..
.

$lrflD
!12-0(Vl

to $11999. tn S2-4(Xl

SlrqrO to $1'099.

$21500 to $21999

El'Ifi) to 0t'199.

Rl-{XXl end avar

Total (saoe
NOTICE.

Ns

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Make out this report in duplicate, except in districts having two or more buildings and a superirteadent, and file oae copy with t'he derk of the
school board to be filed with the township treasurer, and mail the other copy to the county superintendeot at thc close of school. one copy is to be made by the Priacipal of each building and filed with tbc re1lorts ma^ke one copy for the Clerk of the school boaril to be 6led with the township treasurer. and the several to coasolidate who is Saperintenden! and one to be mailed to the County Superiatentlent at the close of school.

In districts having two or more buildiogs and a superintendeot, only

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O!'BIIII,DING

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


: Ymn oF
1915-16
Illinois.
Date of_Ce$us:
Jure............................1916

offhr.a.n*..
All Uncls
21 Years of Age.

All Betweso 6 aad

oE z.=

-"*-l ',"",.- ;;l ,,0"'. I etuvr. I r"; lFI;|;F"|*-1;_];rc;1;FFI"Eil1;q;;1.*6F-;il-;;-1 g| | n I J-t' In)x-t-Z. o | 2L3-l o-l-o-t I |+', L'-0' l' 2' I l-tJl) 0 lr $l ()
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Elementary

""."--'-T **.

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*;;

fil I

cl-

Effi--l yr.
eth

Secoadary (High)

Za. How

;Fi;.r*| ilT*FT*-I;T*'"I I I L- I I
l--l
many of the above were enrolled district, during the ycar....

,o0",.-:;;-

-i in some other district of thrs State 6"161s sqsolling in this


I

-r

;. --- "**
...
..8oys....'...U..'......Gir1s... .,0.'.."..foA.....4......

Grmrromr

r\

3.

Length of scbool year

in months:.....9-

Actual numbe
I

4.Numberofvaca'ciecausedbydeth?.......0...'..'Resigration,etc.?..'..o...'......Changeofteachetsforspringterm?..,.d.........,.To....0........'....
..8oys.....1........Gir1s...../..........Tot4l.2r......-. 5. Nrmber of eighth grade graduates or promotions 6'Numberofelmentarytrritionpupilsattadiogthisschool....'..Boys......'.........Girl9'.''...'........Tot. 7,Numberofhigbschoolgraduates.'.......Boys'.'.....'.......Girls.....'.. 8.Numberofhighschooltuitioopup!lsattendingt,hisschool.Boys,.'.'.......... 9. Administrative o$cers (does not apply to one-room districts): ..., .Me4..,...........,.Women...,'.......Totel..'...-......-. (a) Superintendents who ds 6e teaching ....Men......'.........Women............Total-'..-....,..... less half time. teach than (b) Principals and Supervisors wbo [0. Teachers and principals who teacb haU tiee or more (if more than one persou has taught ia a room .Men..,....,........Women..'.........Total....-..'....... only count the one teaching the longer part of the term). . .Mea................Women............Tota[...............11. Total number of teaching positions (stm of 9 and l0) (show only the actual positions). . . .

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12. Qrelifcations of teechers: Nrmber


A Normat
School

graduates of a Collqe and State Normal

only?...

A four-yer Higb Schoot on1y1.....,..../-...,.......

If not a graduate,

how maay have attended a college?

lg.
14. 15. 16.

abova) (Give onty highest graduation or attendance of eacb teacher at work at end of tetm. The total must not be more than No. g................-......; 8.(*!y'-A*[fA..iTotat,8.It(t.Al"(f.A....,. Women, Men, Amount of aonuat salary earoed by techers: (If a positioa hes bee.n held by more than one persotr, give as aonual elary the sum earned by all for the sex holtling the position longest.)

A State Normal

Sdrool?...-......

A tligh

School?.........'.

lt

Total days' atterdance of all pupils eorolled. . 4t.Q..

- n +-at :/.tr......

Nurber of tachers conhibuting to the Minois


contributed.....CI....................

State Teacher's Pensiou aad Retirement

Funt1.......O....
.

Total amouat

17.
x8.

Number of sittiags for study (capecity) (double se,ts to be counted


Valse of school propertyi <> .v-n (a) Sites and buildings. .1P..0,4.U.

a.s

two sittings) . ,

.Ah

#f.

(b) Equipnent (furniture, Ebra"y, apparatus'

Totat..
19.

....r1....

tu .A:8 g. . '. "^, f.

8..8..tn."

aa

f-.1^m'.#*
8t..Cr..A:.n.".*.-

Glvo length of service in this disfict of terchers

20.

l? yrs ?..--*......... 18 yrs.?..-.-.-.......... 19 yrs.?.-"... 20 yrs. or more?................ (Count part of a year as a year.) Physicians?..., promotion of halth: Number of nutse employed?-.-........... Physicians?..,............. Amount paid nurses?.. Ngnber of pupits exa.mined for physie,l itefects or coatagion?...-.......-.-.......Number fonnil a$ected?.'.........."....'..'..Number of homes visited by
nurse or inspectiag ofEcer?............

promotion of attendance: Numbr of truant officers employedlL*...........Men?..............\Momo? Amount paid trtrant officrers?..'....'...... Ngober of &ilttren aot attendiag school between the ages of ? and 14?.....t3............ 14 and 16?.....1............. Number of children arrested aad

pto,ce.1iochargeofteacher?......'...........Numbersentencedbyacourt?.........Nrrmberofschooldage
r- made August A'Eust 1915 191s.... '''' 21. Amount of all taxes levied for school pu4rose, 22. Amoust of boaded intlebtdness, July 1, 1916. . . . . .. . ' 25. Number of volume in library exclusive of supplementary reading books for class use.

issued?""""""""""

8...#-.J:.0.^.P

$""';-;;-;..

..

......".,./.J:........-.

Meo?................Womeo?-....-/-....... Nunber 24. Nrrnber of privatescnooh in the district?...-..........-- Nnmjer of teacuers "-proy1?;- -..'- ..... Secondary Grades (9th to.12th);i Boys?'.....'......... of pupits earolled in elementary grailes (lst to 8th): Boys?....J-.{..-.- Girls?....1..0.... Giris?...................".... Coltege Gratles (13th

Ix. E
|

zs. Number of persons 26. tlave you any departmental teaching

Girls?"""""""""""" between the ages of 12 ard 2l who*u dffir";to read anil write: 8oys..........0........,... Gids......O............... Total....0..'......tql6th):

iBovs?'-"""'

',u' 2L
21.

(not towaship fuadl. Anount of eo6owment or permaneat funrl belongiag to this district

(rfyouareunabretoobrai-.theinformarioncaleitirinlquetions1,

f . . . .. d ti,zl,zilziiiiit*ailflfiffit't-J'ir""al

$'..'.......'.."0'..........

(oYER|

.. 20. -sAL4nIES OT,IEACEERS' Entc

the foltorlry trbto the auurbor of

tachal.h

Ory mtpots prtil the dtferent aosual salarie*

Rr-nrrnrsrrnv smoilDAny

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ELwENTABy

sEcoNDAw

LcsthantEl(D...:..: gstt0to S9g.....


sii00

b Oloo to
8?(tto
88fl)to @Oto

$399..

S4S.

to Sdxl to
$Soo

q99.

..

S6m...
8tr99...
SSge...

S099...

tlr0qf to 3fr@.
3lJ00 to Elrt9.

IVOTICE.

. .

th ctsr& d ths rchml boqrd to be 6lcrl slth the iowoship trearurer, and mailtheot&ercopy tothecouotysupectntendeot at thecleds&oo!. IN OflgER DISIRIC"IS-In dlstdcts baeing two ot morebuildingsandasnpoinbdent,oalymecegtbtobnadebythepriacipald ach bdLfirg aod fildd with thesupodutqda$!wto ls toconsotidatethesereralreportsandoakioaecopyfortheclectdthcscholbcdltobofld r*tt tt" towasb treasnrer, andl one to be oaited to the comty snperintendot at the sloss of school
DISifRIqIS OF ONE BIIILDING-MgIeo ort this i'port in
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To be Olletl out ln rluplicate by Teacher or Prhcipal in charge of buildi:og and at the close of school

>z lolh
copies

flleil with the County Superintendent

TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
YNEN

OT'-IgTGTT

Rillro
All Uailer
21 Yeasa of Ago.

Tllirois.
All Botweo 6 asal 2l

Date of Ceusus:
Jnne................ ...........,1917

"1.

School census:

Elementary
Klailergarto
Boys Ghlg

lst Yr.
Boye

2ail Ya
Boys

3ril Yr.
Boys Gldg

4th Yr.
BoVE

Sth Yr. Boys Gtrls

6th Yr.
Boys Glrlg

7th Yr,
Boye

8th Yr.
Boya

Totel
Boys
C'&ls

Glrls

Glrls

Ghls

Ghb

Glrlg

{,

9,
9th Yr.

,7

9'
llth
Boys

').

.q

n.

),

2.8

FI

tr tr

Secondary (HiSh)
loth Yr.
Boys

Yr.
Ghls

12th Boys

Ya
Ghls

Totel
Boye

Gra,otl TotEl

""*I*

Ghls

Glrlr

Boys

Ghls

2,a. IIow many of the above were enrolled in

this --a[tti6'aiitii-tfr"yeax... some other district of this State !si[61s eil'61ling in ........8oys.......0......Gir1s....0.......Tora1....0...... Actual number of days 3. Logth of sc.hool year in months:...8...

4. Number of vacancies caused by death?......0.........Resignation, etc?,,...O...... Change of teachers for spriag t"rm?......O.... Tota1......O...'........... . . , . .8oys....O........Gir1s.....O.. .......To+a'1.. .O....... 5. Ntmber of eighth grade graduates or promotions..,.. . . . .Boys. .1..........Oirts...O..........toirf. .1........... 6. Number of elemeotary tuition pupils attending this school. 7. Number of high school graduates. . . .. . . . .. .oF................Gids................Tota1.............. 8.Numberofhighschoo1tuitionpupi1sattendingthisschool...'Boys........'.......Gifls............'.''To..'........... .. . .. ..Men................Women..........Tota.1............', 9. Superintenclents who do no teaching (applies to grade schools only).. (grade . . .. . .Men................Women..........Tota1............. schools only). . 9a. Principals and Supervisors who teach less than half time
10.
Teachers and principals who teach half time or more only count the one teaching the longer part of the

term)

(if more than one person

has

taught in a room
. . .Mea................Women....1.....Tota1.....1........
.....

11. Total oumber


A Normal

of teacbiag positions (sum of 9,9a and.10) (show only the actual positions).

...

.Men................Women...!......totaf....[..

.....

L2.Qua1ifcationsofteachers:NumbergracluatesofaCollegeaadStateNorma'lSchoo1?....'.......
School

only?..

A four-year Itigh

School only?........................

If

not a graduate, how many have attended a college?

A State Noraal School?........................ A High School?........................ (Give onty highest graduation or attendance o{ each teacher at work at end. of tem. The total will not be more than No. 11 above.) 13.Amountofannualsataryea.rnedbyteachers:Men,$........'......'.......';

(If a position has been held by more than

one person, give as annual salary the sum earned by all for the tea"6e1 6elding the positiqn longest.)

14, Total days' attendance of all pupils enrolled.

.2t'?-0...b......

15.

Nurnber of teachers coatributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement

Furrd...............

Total amount contributed

t6, Number
t7.

of

schoolhouses:......
as

.....Pub1ic..... two

Numberof sittings forstudy (capacity) (double seats to be counted

r1g. value of school (a) Sites a,nd buildings.

propertv

sittiogs)......
"

......'........-3..0...'.

rota.r..
19.
Give leagth of service in this district of teaohers
1? yrs.?........,......... 18 yrs.?.................. 19 yrs,?....... ...........

"'

8..1... $., H

,.tr\.r..m fffr ?'o'a' '

$.1.'..8...m.'.m

2}yrs. or

more?..

(Couat part of a year as a year.)

'

2o.Proaotionofhealth:Numberofaursesemployed?..Physicians?........'....'..Amouatpaidnurses?........,....'.'..
Number of pupils exarnined for physical defects or contagion?........................Number
aurse or iaspectiag ofrcer?........................ fouad a,ffected?,.......................Number of homes visited by

Promotion of attenda,nce: Number of truant officers employed?......,.........Men?................Women?................ Anount paid truant ofcers?'...'.".... Number of childern not attendiag school between the age of 7 and 14?.,.........r...... 14 and 16?.................... Number of childreo arrested aod placetlincha,rgeofteacher?..........''..'.....Numbersentencedbyacourt?....................Nunberofschoolandagecorti6cates
N21.

Amount of all taxes levistt for school purposes, made August

1916...

$..9..$..A.,..FA.

a22. Alrroufiof bontled indebteilness, Jaty L, L9l7 . 23. Numbsr of volumes ia library exclusive of supple,rnentary reatling bools for class use.
of pupils eorolled ia ele,mentary grailes (lst to Girls?.................... Collqe Grades (13th to

$..,::TJ@-AJ.'.
.....-....J'U.............

24.Nu.mberofprivateschoolsint,hedistfict?....................Numberofteachersemployed?................Men?...........'.''.Wom?............'.....

8th):

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


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

12th):

Boys?.......".'.....

16th):

Boys?

25, Nunber of persons


26. Have you
e27.

between]the ages of

!2

and,2twho are uaable to read aad

write: 8oys.........0....... Gitls......d..'........

TotaI'......O

Amouat of endowment or peraanent funcl belongitlg to this district (not township funal). . (Do aot answer items'marketl by a star unl*s Ihe information Srven is confrmed by the clerk of the board.)

(owr)

29.

SALARIES OF TEACEERS.

Enter in the following table the nurnber of teachers ln day schools patil
ELBMSNtant
Sar.anras

tle dlfierent

aonual salarlee.

LessthasS200......
$20{t

$1,200 to $1,299. $1,300 to $11399.

to St00 to $400 to $500 to $600 to $700 to $800 to $900 to

S299.

..

S399...

$499... $599... $699... $799...


$899. .. $999. ..

$11500

to $11599.

$f'600 to $l'699.
$1,700 to $f,799. $1,800 to $1,899.
$11900

to $1,999.

$2O00 to $2'499. $2'500 to $2'999.


$31000 and

$11000

to $t'099.

$lrl00 to $l'199.

over. . .
.l

Total (same as Item 11)... . ..


NOTICE.

In districts haviog two or more buildiogs rop"tfrt6'i-*i, rui$to'lioii,tiart" th;;;t


school.

and 6lcd with the and a superintendent, ooly oo.e copy.is -the to be made^by tp.9 nriocipaf of each tgrl,{i1g sa,rne and file with-the iounty superintendent at the close of twJ'copG of

l;.p"fr;d--"G

Techers are reouested to fil! out each item of this report. This is the initial report for date that is consolidated for the State aad forwarded to the U. S. Commisiioner of Educatioa. Much depends upon the aceuracy of your aruiwersi'

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ONE ROOM TEACT-TER.SO ANNUAL R.EPORT


YEAR OF
1917-1918

To be filled out in duplicate by Teacher in charge and both copies filed with the County Superintendent at tte close of school Teachers are requested to fill out each item of this report, This is the initial roport for data that is consolialeteil for the State anal forled to the U. S_r0ommissioner of Edueatpp. Much depencls upon the accuracy of your answsrs.
Name of Sehool
.

'L:lCrlrnty, nlinois. of the year beforepromotion.

(
I I I I

4th

Yr. |

5th Yr.

nwlcr'r'
|

{.)

tr

.r3
9th
I

?l "* l*^l "*


I

:;
Girls

Boys

Secondary (High)

Ya I
ttl

10th Yr.

Total

Gran<l Total

Boys I Girls I Boys I Girls

BoyslGirlsl

Boy"

I I

2a. How many of the above were enrollerl this year in

some other ilistriet of this State hefore enrolling

in

tlb
t

district,

..Boys...l.-.-.Girls..l....totat- ak....

't

al

3. Length of sehool year in menths: ..9... ..... Actualnumlrerof daysschoolwasin sesgion: ..."1 ./0,k... 4. Yacaniiesbftedchersiausedby [leath?............Byresignation?.. ..By ehange for springtermZ-.-. Total-. 5. Numberofcighthgradegraduatesorpromotions..... ......Boys.....-.--Girls........To0hI. 6. Number of clementary tuition pupils attentling this school.. ....Boys....--.-Girls........Totnl.
Answer only one

in iten

12.

12. Qualifications of teaehers: Graduate of a College and State Normal Sehool? A Normal School only?. ... . A four-year Eigh School only?.

College only?..

If

not a graduate; have you attenileill a college?


he rmore than No.

'.

... A State

Normal

School?.

.... A Eigh School?.Uil),


a#nd of term. Thf total will not

(Give only highest gmtluation or attenilance of each teacher at work

ll

dbove.)

I3.Amountofannualsalaryearnedbyteacher:Men,$.....;Women,M|Tob!$...ffi..l*.ga..' (If a position has been heltl by more than one person, give as annual salary the sum earnetlhy allforthe teacherholding&e position.) .....\;' 14. Total rlays'attendanee of all pupils enrolletl 2t/*.t-7.'.-A-ount contribudedthis year: lF. Are you contributing to the Illinois State Teachers, Pension anil Retirement x'unil. ....f..1.9:.......\f ,.....Rentecl. . . ...?otal. ..Public. lZ. Number of srttings for stutly (eapacity) (double seats to he countetl as one sitting) ....3.0..."--.2 yrs'?' in this district of teacher holiling position at elose of school: I yr.?... 19, Give length of service a) 9yrs'?' Syrs'?' Tyrs'?' 6yrs'?' Syrs'?' 3yrs.?....J..... 4ryrs.?' 15 yrs.?. . 16 yrs' ?"""". . 14 yrs'?. ... 12 yrs. ?.......... I yrs.?. tl yrs.? l0 yfs.?... (Countpartofayeal&sayear.) ...19yrs.?...,......20yrs.ormore?. lgyrs.? 17yrs,?... ?n
16. Number of
one room school housee

in the tlistrict: . .. .. .

..

'ZA, Ifumber of volumes in lihrary erclusive of supplementarv reoding bmks for class use. ..QlU. Men?... .,Number of teachers enployetl?. 24. Numher of private schools in the district?. of pupils enrolle4 in elemeniary grades (lst to 8th):

Womm?'
lzth):

"'
Boys?.

Number

Girls?.
28. Salary.
t

..Girls?. Boys?. ' Girls?' .Oollege Grades (l3th to l6th): Boys?'

..

seeontlary Gracles (9th to

(ovER)
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T
ONE ROOM

t|'

Teachers' Annual Report

Tllin6is, lor rchool yerr eoiliag June 3Q

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1018.

nhd.........

........

l0rE.

Co Supt"

TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
scHogl. _]rEAR OF le18-1e
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 filling out of each item. For commonschools of one teacher, items with starred oumbere only are to-be fiIled. In schools of two or more teachers the data should be collected !V t-he Superinte-ndent or Principal and embodied in one report. Two copies are to be filed with the County Superintendent within one week after the close of school. *1. Name of School Illinois

Elementary. To
Kindergarten
Boys I

be listed

2nd Yr, Boys

Sth Boys

Yr. | I
Girls

6th

Yr. | I
Girls

7th Yr.
Boys

8th Yr.

Girls
T

Boys

Bow

I
Secondary (High)
gtb Yr.
Boys

eos
L

3
12th Yr.

td
I
I

l0th Yr.

llth Yr. I

Grand Total

Glrls

I I I

.2a. How many of the above were enrolled this year in some other district of this State before
enrolling in this district t3. Length of school year in months:---.-----8- .2tnft..{.ulZ.-..--...-. Actual number of days school was in *ruionr.....J.&.&* .4. {5.
Vacanciesofteacherscausedbydeath-.-.".-.............

i6.
t.
8.

9.

9a,
r'10.

Teachers and principals who teach half time

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

.11.
lla. .12.

Total number of teaching positions (sum of 9, 9a and 10) (show only the actual positions)---..---"..-..--.---Men---...-----..--.Women..--..----Total--,.-.--Qualifications of teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at eni.l of term. The total rvill not be more A College only? --.--.-------than No. 11 above.) Number graduates of a College and State Normal School?.".-.-----.

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

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

If not a graduate, hov many

have attended

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

A High

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

l}a,

Qualifications of high school teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of term. The total will A College only?-"-----.------------. not be more than No. I la above). Number graduates of a college and State Normal School?.---------A four-year High School only?.-----------".- If not a graduate, how many have attended A Normal School only?.a

college?.-..-.--

A State Normal

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

A High

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

e|g,Amountofannualsa|arearnedbyteachers:Men,$............"...................;Women'$..........k.0.'..-

(If

a position has been held by m6re t'han one person, give

a-s

annual salary the sum earned by all for the teacher holding the position).

*15.

Number of teachers contributing to the Illinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund: .-.-".-.

l.

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

thisyear,

L-.-#--h^A.

*lg.

Give leng-dh of service tn thts

dl;fict

of teachers holding positions at close of school:

tr*'$An-'...Vt1. .

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

"

17

ehould equal that of No. 11.)

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

yrs.?.-...

20 yrs.

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

of a year as a year.
of

Total

o,o.Promotionofhealth:Numberofnursesemployed?..-...-....-......Physicians?....
Number of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion....--...-.----.---.Number found affected...--...........---...Number by nurse or inspecting officer?--".--.-----.--..--..Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?----...-.-.-..Men?--..-."--..---Womeh?--------.---.Number of children not attending school between the ages of 7 and
placed in charge of teacher?..--".-......-----.- Number sentenced by a
14?.----..-----..-.--.- 14

homes visited

Amount paid truant officers?---...------.-Number of children arrested ano

and

16?-".--.--..---...-"--

court?..."1u""

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

*23.

Number of nolumes in library exclusive of supplementary reading books for

ur".-#.

,n:?hL 4hKt-

e24. Number of private schools in the district?-------0--..-- Number of teachersemployed?..--...-0-..-. Kfu"{..--.--4--...-U'on en?..."0..,..... Number of pupils enrolled in elementary grades (lst to 8th): Boys?-..-.!-.8-- Girls?-.....(-.-.- Secondary Grades (9th to 12th): Boys.-.-A.------Gtrls?....-.--0..-.--- College Grades (13 to 16th):-- -.---A.------- Boys?-.---...d-...--. Girls?--."--0-.----.--. 26. Have you any departmental teaching below the high

school?--.

If

so, which years?


-".

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

Technieal(M.T.)..."............Agricultural...-...........Demesticience.....-......
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I

N.

SAI"ARIESI OF TEACIIERIT.

Enter ln the followlng table th number of teaclrers ln day scJrools patd the dlfierent annual salarlee.

Er,gr'rFNaARy Sgcoloenv
.Sar.aurs.
Men
Women Men Women

Er,prneutenY

Sncorrnrag*
Nlen

ll
ll *r

Ser-enrns,

Men

Womcn

Women

I-eee

thqn

S2|lXl-

gll0 to $3El
$5tlll
360O

-- ---- --il --'--";*^o,.* ll - . to $l.rr99-[ *r-aoo


tl

"* ll ;'

ro *r-2rrrr
.

ll Sl-5m fo

to
to fn

-------------ll S1,600

il"
il-

3l^6911

to $1,699-

ll sr-zoo to sr-?'e ll sr-noo to sr-glxl

S700to 579|
$OO

ll *r-*o to *r-sss il-'


tl

S.llIl fn SOm
Sl-lXlll to

ll 9r-lllYl --'- - fn

il ll sr xnn ra *a osr

*2-4OO

sl.llxl ro $l-ltD

il;;;".;

(same Total (sane

ao

ltem

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TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool. YEAR OF 1919-1920

.1. Na,me of
School

.-.

County,
be

.Ellementary. To

they ar at the close of the year before promotlon"

t
E E

?.8 H
t L

Secondary (Elgh) loth

Yr. I

llth Yr.

.2a- Eow tIany of the above were eurolletl thls year lD some other ittstrlct of thlB State bef,ore

enrolllng

ttr

thls
yea,r

sovs.2t-ctds-f--

cot .r .9*-

.S. Leneith of, scbool

ln

moDths:
fur

Actual aumbr of, da.ys school was

Total*---* Ilac,ncls of teachrs caused by tteatb....f*-.... by !eslginattoo-.---6---.-.- by change for sprlng tetm--Z--.ra Total--3-Gtrls-5-Bovs-*-*16. Number of erghtb giraale graaluates or promotlons---.*-16. Number of elementa,ry tultlon puptls e,tteDaltng tbts 6choo1........-..... soys--l-* Glrls--/-* co+at "'l'* Total----Gtrle*-* Boys-?. Number of htgh school Eratluates-.-. Tot6r.--:-' Gtrls.-- Boys-.-..._ t. Number of, htEih chool tuluolr pupus a,ttenattng tbts Bchool"----.---. Women-.-- Total..**Mea-*9. Superlntenalonts who alo tro / 'Women--trotal-__ Mea-..--._ 9a. Prtncipale atrat Supervlsors who teach less than half ttme--....-.-.4.
.10.
Teachers and prlnclpals who teach half tlme or more

(lf more tha,!

one person has taught tn a room

ven..-L,--- wo-"o--/-... notat-.-l--*. .1X. Tota,l ttuEbs! of all tes.chlng posltlons (Bum of, 9, 9a a,nd 10) (show only the actual posttlons)-.MeD---*-- Women-l- TotaLJ-'Women---*- Total-*'--" "' Men--* 11a^ Total number of blgh school teacblagi losltlons (sbow only the actual posltlons) r12. Quallflcattons of all tea.chers: (Gtve ogl-y hlghest Erailuatlolr or at tendauce of each teacher at work at enal of, tgfm. The total wUl tlot bs A Ctolle8is-Only?.-----*.'...'-'**'*moro tha:n No. 11 abovo.) Number g6-aduates of a College a3tl State Nornal Sohool?----If Dot a ttaduate, bow ma,ny have attenaleil A Normal Scbool ody?. A four-year 3[lgh Schoot ontyf.-.-..1.. gtgh A School? A Ste,ts Normal School?.---a college?._ gratluatton of each teacher at work at enil of term. llho (Glve or atteDde,nce 12a. QualflcaUons of hteih scbool teachrs; ouly hlghoEt tota,l wtu Dot be mors tha,lr No. lla abovo). Number girailuatos of a collegle and State Normal School?-.-- A College only?--'--If not a graduate, how many have attentletl A Normal School only?* A four-year iEICh Scbool only?.--...-.*.. gtate A Eieih school?--.z..-..* college?-. a A. Normal school?-..*..Total' s-*bL*----_-'*..18. Amount of ellnal salary oarnoal by alt teachora: Mea, S.---......-..---..--.-.-' *o-"o, $--.aJ--.----; 'Women, Tota.l, $--._ Men, $-*-_*.-.; o41y: $--.*--..--; 18a- Amouat of a.anual salar'-lr earneil by htsh sc.hool teachers tho teacher holtund tho for eernetl by aU the sum posltton persolr, annual sala,ry (ff a has been helal by Eore than one eilve as posltloa at enil of term.) .14. i[otal da,yE EtterdaJtce of all puplls eqrollEal ltr both elementary 144. Of aU hlgh scbool puplls (above 8th craalo)-----...16. Number of teachers contrlbutlnB to the Illluols State Teachers' Penslotr antl Retlrement tr'untl: ..----.--L.--.-..---.---.----A'moulxt ontrlbuteal thls yea& 9-..1t....-..--.. .10. Number of aU publtc school houses t4 tho allstrlct:----.-..-.-.-.--.--...-.r...-.-Publlc...--L- nenteiL.---.-. -- fotat*I*Rente(L._-*- Total.*-----Publtc--ordy hlgh cllstrlct used by schools 10a- Number of school houses ln the -.-..-.-.-.. r1?. Numbor of sttunis for stuatyr (Doubl soats to be counteil as one stttttrg) .-----...-LO.19. Gtve leuelth bf servlce b tbia drdtiltot of teachorg holtltng posltlons at clos of achool: L vr?-.-.-Llr8-O-------- 2 yrs?-*-------------tl yrs.?-----.--8-yrs.?-----..- 9 yrs.?.-..-.----.-.--... 6 yrs.?-*--.-.-.-..7 yrs.?-.. 6 yrs.?-. 8 yrs.?..*.----*.4 13 yrE.?-....*---.-.- 74 yrs.?...-.--* 16 5rrs.?.---..- 16 yrs.?..-.-.--...-...10 yrs.?.-*.-.-.-.- 11 yrs.?---.----. 12 yrs.?-..* (Count part of a year as a, year. Total 20 yrs. or more-.-..-.-1? yrs.?..---*--.-. 18 yrs.?.---.-..--*- 19 yrs.?.-count oDly the oD teachlngi the longer part of the term
shoulal equal that of No. 11)

.20. Promotlon of health: Number of nuls-es employeal?..-.-..-.-. Physlclats?...-...-.-...-.--- Amount paltl nurses?. Physlclans?* Number of puplls examlned for physlcal alefects or contaglon-. Number founil Number of homes Ylslted by nurso or laspectbg ofrcor?.-.-...-.*..-. Promotlon of a,tteltlanco: Number of, trualrt oflcers employetl?-.-.--.- Men?*-....... Tfomen?..-...*- AEoutrt paldl truant ofioers?--.--*Number of cbllalren ltot atteuallni sclool betwen the ages of ? anal 14?----*- 14 a^atl 16?...-..*-- NumbeJ of chlltlren atrested a,nd placetl ln charle of teacber?.-.-:- Ng4ber sentencetl by a court?-Number of school and age certlflcates lssuetl?-----.-...-.. .23. Number of volumes ln ltbraryexclustvgof supplementaryreadllng books for class us6.---..-----7f.24. Number of Br.tv&te schools ln the tltstrlct Z-*J...- Number of teachers employetl?..--....1..-...- Men?__-_-- Women?--2.-- Number of puplls enrolled ln elemontary gxaates (1st to 8th): SovsZ.---.!.-0..--.....- cfrtsf*J-0..-. Secondary eractes (gth to 12th): Boy6?. Boys?............--..-- Gtrls?--.--ctrls?...--.--*..- College Graales (13th to 16th):---.If so, whlch years? 26. Ilave you any dpaftmeBtal teachlDgi Pglov the hlgh schools?. 26a. Number of years of htgh school work offeredl ln the followlng courses Acadsmlc (classtcal sclontlf,c, etc.)..-.-- Commerclal-.--...Technlcal (Ilt. T,)..----- "Acrtcultura,l -.--.- Domestlc Sctence....--..-....- Normal.--Vocatlonal (uniler Sta,fe Boartt)..-.-..--.---

(over)

,f

Entr ln the fotrorving table the

28. SALABIEI' OF TEACEEBS. numben of teachem tn dsy schmts patd the dlfienent annual ealarlea.

Legs than
S200

to

$299-.

8800 to $400 to $500 to $600 to $700 to $800 to $900 to

to S1,099--.-----.""'-'-'-" .8L100 to $L199-*.


$L000

Total (ssne as Item 11)-

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o E a 1 a

EB
^!a

o a H I cl

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REPORT


scHool- YEAR OF' 1920-1921
To the Teacher or Superlntentlent: The State anal Natloael authorlues aeeil altl demantl aU the alat, calletl for ln thls rport. You are rDderlng a yalued service by a careful andl prompt nllhg out of each lteE E o! comtnon schools of one teacher, lteEs wtth starlrd E !!tEr only are to be flllecl. In schools of two or more teachers the data, shoulil be collectal by tho ShrperlntendeDt or FlBcipa.l aad onbodleil tn oDs report. iPso coplos ano to be fllec wlth tJro Cou.nt5r SaDal,atsldert wlthh olo vee& a,ftr tbo close of school.

"

$"ffi:;,"'-.

7 fu{ry-g%rexE

"*it-l,g 2.. *.k-

Dlementary. To be llsterl
Klntlergarter.

alb

they a,re at the closo of the yar beforo promotlon.


zral Yr.

AW- -fu^;*--- .. county, mrnors J

lst Yr.
Boye

Boyo

tl

Girls

Boyg

Secontlary (Etgh) UthYt


Boys

I
I I

clrls

.2a. IIow many of the above were enrolletl thls year la some other dlstrlct of thls gtate beforo enrolllns tu thls dilEtrlcr.. -- --. r8e. Leneth of school year ln morths*.-.--2-

Soys,-{-.*. Gftls.--.k-- Totat.-:J-

tct+

-...-j.-....----:

.8f. Actual nubber of

ln sesslon-.... ..../-...9.--..2........4.TotaildarEattodgrogofallpuptlsenmllettlnbothelementaryandhtgh".,oo,...-'^
alays sctxool was 4a- Of aU hlgh school puplls (a,bove 8tb

Numbr of etg:hth graile tra<luatos or rovs.-.o/-.....- Gtrls......l--. rota.r A Number of element.ry tuttlon puplls attentllng thls school........-.-soys.-..*- Gbls..--...-* Totat*-? NumbEr of htgh school graduates----.-.. Boys.-..-* Glrls....--"-.- Tota,I.Number of htsh school tuldon puplls attentllng thls'school--.-. Boys,*.-.....-. Glrls....----. Total--_ Superlntenalents wbo ilo no Men.-..-...-'Womon--- Total..9a. PrlnclDals aatl EfuIlervlsors vho teac.h less than half t1me......-.....-...Men..-.--.-..- Womea---.- Total..--_prlaclpals (lf person Teachers teach half antl who tlme or more more than one has taught la a '10. room count only tlle oao teachlnB tJre longer part of the torm) rg.et J-----.- women-..-.3.- To t,,t -- /---.-. .11. Toter aumber of all teachlng posttloas (sum6 of 9, 9a" atral 10) (show onty tbe actual posltlons) Men.J*-- Wonen..--?Total.-. / 11a- Total nusrber of htefb school teachlng posltlons (show only the actual Dosttlons) Men..---- Tfomer--._ Total.12. Quallflcatlons of all teachers: (Gtve ouly ht8host grailuatlon or ottenila,nce of each tea,cher at vorket trd of term" The totq"I wlUaotbo more than No. 11 above.) Number giraaluates of a College and Sta,te Normal A CoUege A Normal School only.A. X'our-year Elgh School only..*--If not a, graduate, hols nany have attetilsd a College........-.*--..--*--? A State Normal Scbool--.__-../...**-Fa Etgh School -*J-=? 12a- Qualtflcatlons of blch sellool teachers; (Glve only hlghst araatuatlotr or attenala,Dco of each teacber at work at atl of term. llte total wlu not b more tha,a No. 114 above). Nunber grailuates of a Colleg:e aral State Normal School-- A Colleg:e onlyA Normal School onlyA four-year glgh School only-.* If not a giraduate, how h4ny have a,ttoaaled a Collegie*---.----....? A State Normal ? .4, Etah Totaf----.-+--:-'18. Ilacancles of teachers cguseal by death--9.._ by restgratlog----L-- by cha,Bg for sprbgi term-*ai16. Amount of a,lnuot salary ea:rueil by all teachers: un, 5--.-6-73".-4--?-; wo Totar, t--6- Z-1.-:-e*.7*.* l----S"o 16a. AmouDt of anaual aalary earneal by htsh school tea'c,hers oal57! Mea, 8-.---*-; TroBen $.__....-_--- Tota,l, S---(If a, posltlon has beel belal by more tha"u oDe lrerson, glye as arrluel sslary the suE ea,rntt by all for the teacher holiung the Dod-

gradle)--.*

.6. 16. 7. 8, 9.

-.-..,-..-.

tlon at mtl of term.) .16. Number of teachers corltrtbuttDg to


thrs year,

t.he

nllnots State Teachers, penslon

a,nd

t17. Nuhbr of all publlc school houses lD tho dlstrtct: 1?a. Numbr of school houses ln the iltstrlct usod by hlsh schools oDl.y---* '18. Number of slttlngs for stualy: (Double seats to be counteal as one slttlns) -.*EFd*.__ t20. Glve length of servtce lr tblt dfttrlot of teachers holtllng posttlons at close of school: 1 vr.-J--.--..*.2 yrs...--...-.-..-.I yrs.--..*--{ yrs.-5 yrr....._6 yrs.**--.? yrs..-.-8 yrs,-----.....--..--.. I Jrrs.-10 yrs.*-....--*...-- 11 yrs,....*--..--. 12 yrs..-.**--.tB yrs.-.-...----....- 14 yrs.-..-....--__ 16 yrs.---*-..-* 16 yrs.*-17 yrs.--.-18 yrs..--19 yrs-..-...*.. (Count part of e yar as a, yea.r. Totrl 20 yr!. or bore..-.-*.--... shoulal equal that of No. 11.) t24. Numbet of volumes tn tlbrary e[cluslve of supplementa,ry readtag booka for .1r"" rut....--..2-E**-.28, Numbor of prlvate schools tn t.ho iltstrlcl*.-ddiNo-f"r of teachers employert-..........-C*.. u"o-*-*-women--.-*-.-. Number ol Duplls enrolleal ln elementary graales (lst to 8th): Boys..-.3.*- cirts..-..--.."..*=: Sconala,ry Cirades (9th to 12th): Boys*-:.Glrls-.*-4...- Colleere Grades (lgth to 16tb):---*3- Boys-*--.I.-.-.-. Gir1s.....,..-?--.27. Promotlon of health: Number of nurses employed*3-.* Fhyslclars...-.".".:......---- Amouat patd aurses..........:--..- physlcrqtns-.- . -=Numberof puplls eaaminetl for physlcal defects or contaglon-.-..-....*"._. Number founal affecteaL_-==*-.-_ Number of homeE vlsttett by nurse or tDspectlng omcer--.a.-.. Promotlon of attendenco: Number of trua,nt oficers employeal..".--tu- Mea---?.....- Wometr--.:;=.A.mount pald trua.ut oncers_-3Nunber of chlldlren not attenatlug school botweolr the aE:es of ? antl 14-...-...=:..- 14 auil 16- +- - Number of chilitren arrestoal aBd placeal ln harEe of teacher-.- L. Number seDtnceil by a courL-.........----. Number of school a.tl age certlflcates tssuetl...-..i--.-...--Number of yea,rs of hish school work offeretl ln the followtDg courses: Acailemtc (classtcal, ecleuilOc, etc.).-._* Commerclal-._--_____*. Technlcal (M. T.)..-....---. Agrlcultural--_ Domesttc Sctence-.__-_-.........._ Normal.* vocattonal (uader State Boaril).*.._.._.___
(OYIIR)

S*..-61Y-

Retlrement Fuld-*--...1---.-....-.*--; "A,mount contrlbuted

- . ---'
i i

14. SALABIES OF TEACEERS. Enter in the following table the number of teoe.herg in day schools paid the difiercnt annual sdsries. Et&atNtraY SEcoNDrBr ET,euTNrAaY SEcoNDABY

Lolg than

$200....*....-..".--...
$299......-....-.-...........

to $800 to
$200

$899................... $499.............. $599.......-----.........-$699...................:...-. $799....-.....................

f400to $500 to

to $700 to
$600
$8{X} to

$1,100

to

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

tF,

a q, &
- ct , tr tr
t\

\si itl ll

i i i

tt tl

tl tl

itl 60
dtl

tl

!ll itl itlil $.i ill itl etl


@ tl

nll

-I

c) a
3rt

o tl Hll

Btl
ntl
ll

o Il *il

d o

(,

[o ll Etl

oh
Oa

F-

mtl

':1

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I'd qt

TEACI{ER.S' ANNUAI. REPOR.T


scHooL YEAR OF' 1920-1921
To tlte Teachr or Superlntelalerot: The Stato anil Natlona,l autholltles neeal aad alemanal all the ila,t. calle(l for ln tbls report. You are renderln8 a, va,lued servlce by a careful aual prompt nUtng ou! of each !teq. I'or cgmtDqn Fchools, of og teqebe& ltems wlth starlled, Err|bdr oDly are to be fllletl. In schools of two or moro teachers tle afat, should be collecledl by thg Stuprttrtenalent_or Prlnclpal a,nal eEbotueal lD ons report. tro coples aro to be flle.l wtth the Goullt5r EEtrtsrr:ltollaleDt wltJllD @e Eeots a.fter the clos of achool.

",+"*
Ellementary. To b llsteil as
f,tndergartenI

l0 &
6thY!. letnynlztlyr. lgthxr. ltotsl
oo"

lst Yr.
Boys

Boys

I
I

OJrts

* z"I "+'l "*"I l ?: I g'


othsr allstrlct of tbls Stete before

l ""* |

Secontlary (Etgh)

;PFFFI;
.Za- Ilow many

othYr.IlotlYt.IllthYt

of th above wors enrolleal Orls yoar ln

some

nrolllng ln thls iltstrlcl....--* age. Length of scbool year ln months..--64*J|.-t**-<aA-

8oys.......-...... Glrls...-".......-..

Totr,l.-.-,.*.-

' .8f, Actual

number of days school was

ln session-.-...1...:F-.1 ..
school.......&.... graale)

.,1. abtel Ca,tr att@dElco of aU puptls emlled ln both lementary and htgh
4a- Of all hlsib scbool puplls (above 8th

//s\
Boys.-.*........- G1r1s..............- Total-.....--.-.

8. Number of htgh school tultlon puplls atttrillng thls 9. Superlntenalents who alo no t10.

schoo1.........--....

Teachers and prlnclpals who teach balf tl[Ie or more (lf more than one person has taught ln a room couDt oDly the one teaehlug the lonEler pa.rt of the term) Men.-.....-..--.- women...l.-.. Totat.....J..---.11. Total numbr of all teachlDg posltlous (sums of 9, 9a" and 10, (show oDly the actual poBtttoDs) Mon.......-......... Tfome!.".. -1.-" ,or''|t------l-1la- Total number of htgh school teachhg posltlons (show only the a,ctual posltlons) Men.*-*. Tfomen-.---... Total.--_.t2. Quallflcatlons of all teachrs: (Gtve only hlghest graaluatlon or atteaila,aco of each teacher at workat lal of term. The total wlUnotbo

A College Only-...--.*.-*----more thatr No. 11 above.) Number traalua,tes of a College aJril State Normal School.-...-..-..-A Normal Se.bool oaly If not a gFaatuate, boE many have attenileal A t'out-yar Htgh School ootv..-9=ffl--.a Collecie-.-.--.-.....----...-.-.......? A Stat Normal School....---....--..--........-........1t A Etgib School-....-*-.---s---;? 12a, Quallflcatlons of btgh scbool teacbers: (Glve oaly blshost iraduauoB or attentlatrce of each teacher at work at end of term. Tlre total wlll not bo bore thatr No. l1a above). Number glraduates of a Colleg:e and State Normal School.-...-....- A Colleg:o only.--.-.A Normal School only.... A four-yar Flgh School only....-.--..-If rot a gratluate, bow many have attsndil

16a.AbouutofanuualsalaryearEe.lbyblshschooltgacbe!sody!lcea'$-------.............-.;.woEen8.-...........*..'-,**ToL$--......_

(If a posltloD has beeD heltl by moro than ore peraorr, Eilve as annual salary the sum earaeil by all for the teacher holalhg tbe posltlotr et entl of term-) .10. Number of tes,cbers oontrlbuttng to tbe Illtnols State Teachers' Penslon a.nal Retlrement Fund-.-9.-2a-4--..........; Amount contrlbuted
thts year,

h ths abtrrct:-.&y.:tj.....-... p,rur".S:4,..... "1?. Number ot al pourr";;;;"s 1_7a- Number of school houses ln the tlletrlct used by htgh scbools .1E. Number of sittlngs for stutly: (Double seats to be countetl as one eltttna) : '20. Glvo lengtJr of servlco |l tbtt allrHot of teachers holtllng' postttona at close of school: 1 yr
17 yr8.-.........-....-.- 18

$-t.F

Rente.r....-.......-.-.

rot r.Sa,a-r-

Rented...--........., Total---.....*--.-

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

19

yrs.--*--.--

20 yr8. or

more............

.-- (Count part

of a year as a year. Total

shoultl equal that of No. 11.)

r2?. Promotloa of health: Number of nurses emproyelY-[A:r& rtv"t"r"iil..h;ro.r-.. Amount rratat nurses--. phystclans..-... Number of puplls examlnd for{hystcaf defect_s or contagiion...L-1./tryu- Number fountl aJfected.-...........-.......... Number of homes vtstteit by nurse or tnspecttng o*""rflfuf t, Promottonofetten.laIc:Numberoftrua,ntofcersemployeil........'"..Men........-.-.-.....'.v/ori6n..--Amountpaltt Number of childreE not attentllng school between the ages of ? B,ntl 14..........----- 41 a'rd 16-.....-...-.-...- Numbr of chllilren arreatoil ard placeal ltr cbarge of teacher.....-.---..- Number seDtercetl by a court.--.. Number of school a^tral age certlflcates lssueal.....-------...--.-.29. Number of yea.ns of high school work oifered ln the followlng courses: Acailemlc (classlcal, sclentlf,c, etc.).-*.......-. Commerclal....-.--...-.--.
Technical (M.
T.).-.--........-

nuplls eprolletl in elementary grades (lst to 8th): Boys..-.-..-.-.-...-.- c1r1s............-.,....-.. Soconilary Grailes (9th to 12tb): Boys.-Glrls....--......-.-.-.- Colleg:e craales (18th to 16th):.-...-*-....... Boys-.-"..--......---..... Gtrls..

(oYElR)

hter in the followlng table the nunben of tsc.hers h ilay

schools

pdil the dlfierent annual salarl*

Lw tftsn
$200 to $100 to

$4lxl to
8500 to $600

to

s?00 ro

S00 to S900 to
S1,000

to

$f,099--------*
Totel.(sane

9Lr00 b

is Itn

-f

a o &
- GI a tr tr
a\

t o

5
I

l
t
I

-94

.q
-i

g,

s
H

4 = -q'
sl

d
o

tt
!o

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{t

I Eh
Fe

(mg|,7.40u-r2-d' s

4&}o

TBACHBRS' ANNUAL REPORT


scEool,
copies aro

YEAR, tg2,.-tg9"B
the data, calletl for la t.hls report. You are rentle!aa )ors oBly oBIy aao oDe teacher. lt,bs wlth starrsd numbera ,ndent or Frlncipal anal ombodl'al la one roBorl roBorl Two Tw(

or moro
Oounty

of

. 1. Nams of
School

ya.r before promotlon, or at EII'Bentsry


Klndergnrton
Boys

Elnrollment Note: All

Dl,sL r , No....,/..4....Cr-...........
whosd

have beon enroUeil tluling ftrE year lhould be reported and nd thsy may he,ve left the dlstrlcg

they ar at

County, [llnols. tls closo of tho

lst Yr.
Boys Gtrlg

2ni1Yr,
BoyB

Srtl

Yr,
GtuIs

4th Yr. Boyg

6th Boys

Yr.
Glrls

6th Yr.
BoJB

?tJl

Yt.
Girls

8tJ1

Yr.
Glrlg

Totol
Boys

Glrls

Girlg

Boys

I
Seconalary

I 2

Girls

Glrls

Boys

Boys

Girlg

/4

(Etsh)-(See trot after "Iinrollment" above).

. |

2a-

IIow lna.ly of the above weto


of school year ln

enrolleal

g!sJ*"

ln

some other dlstrlct of thls sts,te before

3e. LenEith

months..........,,.......,..f-.....,...,......

. gf. Actuaf nnmbEr of rla,ys school vaa tn sesslon.,....,. .,/,,,.,#.:..A,......,......',. . 4. Totaf dayo attsndanco of all Buplls enrolled !o both elehentary and blsh school ........ I //
.

K..

4a. Average dally attendance of all pupUs enrolleat ln both elemeDtary andl hlgih school (See not below 4c).'....1.1r 4b. Total daye attondance of all hlgib school Bulllls (abovs Stlr grade).........'......".' 4c. Averaqe dally attendance of all hteh school puplls (abov 8th eiraale) (See note below)----.--(Notd-fhe avraqe dally attandance lu a on-room school ls found by dlvtding the tots,l days attendance schobl wals actually ln-sessloi. In schools of two or more rooms, or ln schools wh.qse rocoralE of atteada,nce a,r thg averase datly-atte4tlalrce ts the.sum,of,the ayerages of-the'ullts composlng: the iroup. I'or examplei .1

I /-> ' ......

| 5. .6.NuEberofelement,,rytulttonBupilsatten.tlagthtsschool..'......,........1::xf.soys.......?.,...Glrls......P-.'.... 8. Number of htgh Bohool tuluon pupllE attenilhg thls


.10.
Teac,bers a,nil Brllrclpals who teach school..

htgh gCbOOl. Tbe prholpal Of each waral SchOOl Anat ule prlnCtpal oI-eacq_ nrgn- scnool gnouro reporE ule a,Yerage ror aildtag tXs a,yerages of tlhe Yarlous roours or segslon EiroupB composlng ure sctroor", Number of elg:hth

[rs

scnoor rouno

DJ

Boys--------

cltds....-.,....,.,. Total--.......'....

half tlme or mors (lf more tba.n one porsoa has taught ln a

.11.TotalBumbe!ofa1lteachlDgpostt'lons(gumof9,9a,an.l10)(8howonlytItactualposltlons)..............Men'......{...........W,omen*...9-Tot./.'....'.

.12. Quamca,ttons of all teachers: (Glve only htghest gracluatloa or att(halance of each teache! at nrork at end of term. The total wlll trot bs
more t!a,n No. 11 aboye). Number graaluates of a College aJral Stato Norual ANomalSchoolonly......''.'...-.'..(,-......-...3.5.our-yearIichSohoolonly.............'....g............'.....Ifnotagira,duate,bowmanybavgatteaed a cottegie................-*/-................? a st&td Normar scrroo1...,...........1.......-..-..-....? A EIIeh sshool..-......-.... /.',,....-....---..2 lza- eua.lmcatlons of blgb school teachers: (Giye only htghest glaaluatlon o! atteatlance of each teacher at work at end of tet'-m" f,'he tota,l wul A College only--------..not be more than 11a, abovd.) Number glaaluates of a College a.nd Stato Normal If not a, graaluate, hov maly have attndeal .A, I'our-yee,r Eltgh School ou1y.....,............,. A Normal School only .,? A. State a College.,...-..

ua.Totalaumbe1ofhlghschoolteachingpositloas(showoDlytheactualgit!ons)

t13. VacaJrcle8 .16. Amount of annual (If a posltloD has been held by more than one Belsotr, gll/e a annual

at

end ot

trm.)

sala.ry

the sum ea.mecl by all for tbe teacher holtltng the posltlon
|

of a,nnual satrary earaett by hlgh school t(b.chers only: Meq 9................; Womea, $.......;........; TotaJ,9................ .10. Number of tes.chers contrtbFtlng to the Itllnots Sts,te Teacherg' Penslon antl Retlremett t'una1.......'-"..-'...../-.'......'.........-; Amoulrt contributeat thls year, $..............-......-.2.........../ .1?. Numbet of aI pubuo
16a. Amount
1?a- Number of school houses br the dlstrtst usd by .1E. t8^ Numbr of sttHngs slttlne.r for stualy: studY: (A doubl sa.t to be countd as one sltdng) ....'..........20. Glve length of servlce In thls dlctrlct of teachebs hokllng Bosltlons at closo of Bchool: I

1?

equal that of No. 11.)

yr8.--.----,...-......

18

yrs....----------.-

19

yrs*..-

20 5ns

or Eoro*.*......---.-.-(Count pat{ of a year as a yeer. Totsl thould

.24. Number of volunes h lbrary excluslve of Eupplenchtary reaillDg books for class use--..-..--. 'Womeu,.,....?........,Number of puplls r28. Number of prlvate schools lB the dlstrtct..-......0...-..Number of teachers goys..........?....-..Glrls.-*..9.....--Secondary Gbrolled ln elementa^rry grades (lst to 8th): Grades (9th to 12th) : 8oys........-...P-...-Citils..--P......-..-'. College Gratts (13th to 16th): Boys..-..*-.9*.-Gtrls.-..-.9..-.--.2?. PromotloD of health: Number of nurses employett---J-..Jhydctsrs----..9.........Amount palal nurses S....-..-9.-...... Physlotans S..-..-g*Number of puplls e?Fmheal for pbysleal alofects or contaEJ.ou----.f--Number fountl afidcteal-..-./--.-.lVumfer of bomes vlsiteal by nursc or lBspecttngi oficer..---.9..-.*
Fromottonofatten.la,nce:Numberoftruantoflcorsemployetl...--9-....-..nnen..'...4............women..........Q........Amountpal.ltrua,atoflce Number of chlltlren Dot attenallng school betweeh ths aies of ? a,Dal 14.,........p-..-..,...14 a.uat 16........--.{....-....Number of chtlatren ar"estetl pl,acdlnchargieofteacber''.........P.......Numbersentenceclbyacourt...'.....?-.........'..Numne!of8choola!.lagiecertl0cateslssue........3....-...
aJral

29. Number of

yea,rs

of hteh school work oferetl

La

the folowlng courses: Academlc (classlcal, solenffflq

Technlcal(I4.T.)...'..-.'.......'.AgrlculturaLDoEesttcSclonce.-..-....*.Normal....................Yoe.tlonal(unilrstatoBoar)... (IMPORTAITTT-tWo ttems to bd flUeit a,re on baok ol +tts sheet.)


(ovIIR)

14.

SAI,ABXES OF

TEAOEEBS.

Enter ia the following table th6 numben of teaohers tn alay schools paid the dlfferent a,nnual salaris.

[.ess +.hail $200.........-.,...-.i

ol

SI"2dl to

$2lXlto P99.......---+-

Sfilto
$400

$399..-..-.-.--*
$69e...-....-.---..f..

$I,9fl)to s1,400 to
$1,600 to

to

W00to
$600ro

f,00 to S00to $900to $1,000 to $1,1(Xl to

$I,6fl1to $l,?fi) to $1, $1800 to


$2,000 to $2,499....
$2,600 to $2,S9..............

$999.

rr:.1

.:.._1..__.\
.....

S,000

.__..t.__ _._..t..
(sa,me as

Total

Iten

11)

8& SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL (a) IXsL No-....--.-.*; (b) Number ot Illgtrlats conEoltilateil --;--.-..-------; (e) Are tbe graile school tluplls aU assembleil tD one bullilllg?-..--.--.----.--. U not, ln how many bullillng;s?......---."--.....----...-. (d) Area ln squa,re mlles_ ; (e) Number of teachens: Elementaly-; EtBh School..----------; (D Number of btualents: Elementary.._ ; EtCb

School-----.--.--.*; (S) Oheck Vocailona,l Sublects taueiht; Aedculture! Maaual lllatning*_.*_-_____, Ssw. lag:*--, Cooldag --; (h) Transgortadon furalsheal by dtstrtct Yes*.---, No--.__-: Number of Yhtalos-*---*---; Atrnual cost of tra[sDortatlon $-----. (Note: U vehtsle ts owaeal by the iltsffict, otre-flfttr
ot tts coEt shoulal be counteal as a

lnrt of the annual

cost of transportaffon")

E E
E

orx

?tt!

G
H

Er ")

{!":$ E Ji ii i
E

HNE

NNs $: Nf,i
J

HE

3s\ )

ll

(90480-40M-12-28)

11@

TEACHERS' ANNUAI" REFORT


SCHOOL YEAR I0?g..$?A
and Natlonal authorlttes !9ed a.!tl dlema,nd aU tJte il ta, cBUeil fo! fD tbtq repor!.- Yorr a.rg' lf,o th6 ll'eaoher or Superlntoadert: lfhg Statg a, ca^refu! o4! proEpt flUlni ou_t of oaoll ltesn tr'or commoD sc_hools 9f o-ne tgacher, ttems rglth cter..rsif iCaaertnE-i-vtlutbfe siorvtge by - Ir EchoolB of two oi more teachers tho ilata should be collcteal _by ,th guperlntDqent or Hnolpal aoll audEers-oiity are to be dUeat. CmnoAfeO la bne ieport ,l[so coDtes are to be ilGd wlth the Oouty twtr|lt!ill@t wlthh orro r'sol after tho closo of school . L Name of DtsL

School .--

Trnrollment

the year before promotlon, or at tbg tlme they may ha,ve loft tlro olstrlotn

Note: All

- nrolletl durlBg t!e- yeqp gh_ogfd be reporteal a,Iril classtdeal as whose names bave been
znilYr. 8rilYn 4thY!.
6thYr.
Boys

No.--

tiy are at tho


8th

Iillnols.

close

ol

EllemsBtatT
Klndergarten

--Counw.
6tbYn
?th Y!.

lstYn

Yn

E*"-i-ctrG

C lt'6
seconalary 0th

/
abovo). (Enom. antl Elsh) Boys
Gra,ud

(lttgh)-(se trote aftsr "DDrolllllent"


lOttr

Yn

yr.

| 1lth Yr.

12t! Yn
Boys

Total

Glfls

Eow m4!ry of the above wer enrolleal tbls year ln some otbot allstillst of thls state bfore soyr-.^Q* enrolltng tn thts dlstrlcl-. 8s lienEth of school Year lB . 8f. Act[Bl trtrEber of d,ays school was ln . 4. Eota,l doys attoaata'ace of all puptls enrolleil ln both lemonta,ry anil hlgh . 4a- Averegs dally gttstda,tlce of all puplls etrrolled ln both elmentary and htgb scbool (See note below 4b. fEotalt doys ett:laanoe ot all hleih school puplls (abovo 8th gratle)-2e-

crrr*-d

- rot',t-O-.

r10. .11.

ro U"o-..-Q.- Wo to tr 11 . 11a. Total nunbor of blgh school teachlnEi postttons (show only the actue,l poslttous) "o-O The total wlU .LZ. euallflcauoas of all teachsrs: (Glve only hlghest graduatlotr o! attentlance of each teacher at work a,t enil of torE graduates antl Stat Nofmaf School---*-----A College only-.-----11 Number of a Collgs more than No. above). not be t grailuate, l'our-yar onlV------./ If not a how A Eleh Sahool maay have attenild A Normal.School onlyA State Nornal School*_...-.-......*-----? A Etgh gcbool-------------? a Couegi-.--------? 12a, Quallflcatlous of, hlgih school teachrs: (GtvE only hlghest graaluatloD or attenalarce of each tea.chr at work at enal of term" ma total wltl aot be !!ore tJtal lla abovat Number graaluates of a College antl Sts,te Normal School--*--.* A. College only------.If not a graduato, holr many hal/e attndea A tr'our-yar Elgh Scbool only A. NorEal School only A EtCh School----...-..-.--? A State Nglmal School---.------? a Collegie---------..? r18. yacauctu" or t*.n"* ;;;;;t;;;.:P:i" chansie ror sprrnsi ,";.-A.*r;; O "*i*"n",o.--6--o" 'womoD, 116. Amouat of a,Dausl salary earnell by all teachers: Men, a) C---n--Total, S--22-d---; 3. ru -(If .a- posltton hag pen helal by Eors tha,! one prson, glve as aamual sa,lary the suE ear!.eil by all for tho teacher hol(UtrEi tho posltloa at qal ot teaE ) !['66611, $--*-/'-_; 16e- AmouDt of annual salary eanretl by blsh school teachers only: Men, 8-*; Totat, $----.16. Nunber J"*o"t:Z23.ff to the rlltaots state Teachers' Peuslon a,nil Retlroment FunaL----L--; amoutrt contrlbutoal "t yea.r, TyomeD

Teachers a,Btl prlBctpalE who teach half ttmo or more (lf morc than otrs persoD has taught ln a, , Uea-.-*lroom count only tho otrsteachlngi atthe eatl of, the term)Total number of all teachlnB posltlons (sum of 9, 9a, anal 10) (show oDIy tho actual posltlous) MeD-. /

women--Q- To

([-

d- l-

arl

/ ^/l r1?. Number of a[ publlc school houses lD the ailstrlct-Fubllc---1.----- Rntsal.* .4. mta*--L--n.uto.r-*-Cl* Total-..---O-----17a. Number of scbool houses ln tJlo dlstrlot usetl by htgh schools onlv-.18. Number of slttlngs for stutly: (A double seat to be countedl aa one-sl .20, Glve lengitb of serylcs !r tbls itlgt[|gt of teachers holtltng BosltloDs at olose of school: I vr
17 yT4=-----=::--:_18
qua,l tha,t of,

thls

$-9..2--.--

No. 11.)

yrs,--

19

yrs.---_...-.-

20 yrs. or

rnote*--.--.-.--.--(Oou:rt pa,rt of a

yea;r as a, year. Total should

r84 Number of volumes ln llbrary exoluslve of supplementary reaallng books for clasg use-- / tZ 126. Number of prlvato sehools tn tho dlstrtct -(2-.-wu-ber of teachers employe&-A -IMI";Aenrolletl lD eleEentary graats (1st to 8th): r,ov"--o .-retrls-.---6-- Secontlary C$rades (gth to 12th): couesie eraales (18th to 18th): soys-O-----Glrts--*(2-.r2?. Promotton of health: Number of aurses amount pald nurses $rt--physlcr^ns $----.6-"-ptoy"a---4-*-physrctans--6puplls phystcal sxamlaeal for tlefects or contagtoL-- .6---:Vomber founil a,neatea---6--Number of homs vlstteal Number of by Durao or lnspectlagi omce"--*S--/a,l ,a, ..4 Promouon of attntlance: Number of truant off.cers employe&.-L/---M"o--Q-*omea-(rr ,tmouat Datal truaat oncers S----QNumber of chtlatren not attendtngi school betweea th ages ot ? a,Dat 14.--q,.-_11 antl 16-.-(l--NumbEr of chlldreu arresteal ajlll plaoeil tn chs,rgis of 16agtrgL @...Nrnber se.ntencetl by a oourL-. 6.. --Numte! ot sohool a,aal ago cortlf,cates lssueiL (7 - t9. Number of yesrs ol blg4 school work ofierod lD ths followlng cours6s: AcaaleEte (classtcal, sclenuflq eto.).....-_Co--u""ru,r --O-Technlca.l (M. T.)..-.C----Agrlculturat..----C---oomestto Scteaoo-@--jNT oraA-----Q--YocatloDal (unater State soara)---.lzf-.(IMPORTANT-Tvo ltEs to be f,lled are olr baol ol tbls sheet.)
(ovER)

Enter in the following table the number of teachers

in day

schools paid the difrerent annual salaries.

Less than $2fi) to S00 to


$4O0

to
to

S1,lt09--.-

to
700

$6(X) to

to

$1,600..-..-.....

$600 to $?00 to $800 to

to $1,?90..-.--.-.-.... ,8(X) to $1,899..--------. ,9m to $L909-..----.*


S99-

Wo
$1,000
$1,1(X'

to

to $1,099--.. to $1,199...--...----Total (same as Itm 1l)

(e) DrsL
oue

No---; *r umrer@or ;:::ffi;:::::::::;ffie

gra.e schoor rruBrs au assemble.

rE

(E) Nmber (il) Ars ln square 4ltes.-_ . . .. U not, tn how many butldt$s?bulldlag?. -_; (f) Number of stuilents. EllenutaryElsh ; r|rgh ol teachers: Ellementalg*-; -; Ma'nual ; (s) Check Vocattoaa,l Subleats taugbt; Agrlsulture_**........*; Number of No.---; G) fnnsponaUon fundsheal by i[strlal Y6.**.* (Note: Il vehlcle ts owaed by the lllstrlct' onef,fth of Anlual cost oi transporta,tlon 9-vehleles*---*-:

tts cost shontil be counted as a Bart of

tle

annual cogt of traasportation)

I E

D;

.lJ

&

o a
(U)

Lr

jQri

i
\$ d
U'

-GI rt
a2 H

Efi to
l.a
ClI

$3H
\li R-i

s
"1 i

It

N,

,:T E
F

\i
a
E

lr qF
el

4 &d
"{ c
t

I I I

,rl

N-E, tr
o

o
F

) sa

e,
q)

\s{
\*.

.F

fi
1

;
t0
EI

E{

2e
.rE

6in '_p

f;E

i dH

(25410-86M-12 -?A) &*r7

TEACHERS' ANNUAL REFORT


scHool. YEAR 1924-1926
To tle Teacher or Suporlntetrdent: Tho State alal Nettonal autborltlgs Deed auil tlemanil aI the alata calleil for lq thls. report..._ YoP al9 renalertng a valuabl -servloe by a, careful anil prompt flltDg out of reach ltem. For common sclools- of _oue leacher' ltEms rrltb starred numrirs-ontv adio b-titled. 'In schools of two or foore tedchers thd data shoulal be collecteal by ttre SqporlBtenaloat -or-Prluclpal entl embodlletl ln-one reporl fwo coptes are to bo flled vltb the County Superlntendent wlthlD ono week after the closg-of school.

. 1. Name of g,ehoo1
Ellemeatany

: ..' ' 4<.?,-E-aEnrollment Note: All vhose

Vru:
haYe been arolleal
bavo

year beforo promouon, 9t at the Ume tbsy may

Secoatla.ry

(EIgh)-(See aote aftr 'Ehlollment" abovo).

lotlr Yr.

1lth Tr.

l'th

Yr.

above vere nrolleal tlls yar la sone other dlstrlct of thls stat beforo 3,oyl--A-- G$trts--fl.- ro:l9.r--Oauda-:W'oz ; . ge Ingitb of sclroot year la motrrJr|t 7 n'n.fu--'t)7* . 8f. Actual rrunber of alays Bchool was ta sesston--iy'l //. 4. Totst days aftendanoe ot all Duptls eDrolleal tD botl elenenta,rT anil htgh *aat--zJ-/) .4a.Avragoda|tyattondancoofallpuptlseDrouetll'tbotboleEeatarTaatlhtghschool(seenotebelowa__lz/--_-

r ga. Eow ma.ny of, tbe


enrollrrs tt'ih:6

4b. Total daya attsndance of

o'

age for btB school foulit by adaulg the averages of tbe va,|lous roo[ts or sesslon c E. Number of etghtJl grade eraduates or promotlons. 6. Numb! of elementary tuluoa frupllE attenalttrg t]ts sahool-.-_ ?. Numbor of htgb rchoot giaaaluatss# 8. Number of hleh school tuttton puptls atteatllag thts school-

all hlgih scbool pupllr (aboYo 8th gra'de) o""tlg3r$f;il"'$""'ge3""o"i'tr *."HP.."T11%%X%*.i*?:i"t"Pt"u!?$Pu tu Ccno6ts lvhose_ reco:rtls of atteualauco_ at_keDt qv .selflol trre idaoor vas acai;L; G"iessiori.--il-s6froots oi two or-more rooms, of "9:&"i8f8":Sl%ll ts the sum of !he- averages of tire. unlts composhg tbo group. - For eramptq: --q49,_e,Ilncle-11_j{ attenAance terie,hers,--Aii-averaee-iiatty a iwo-r<iom scbool Ehould-eater tn ltem 4a tbe sum of f.he averrages of the two roons. The prln-cl.pal of a school- contallrhg seJ9lE rooms whose sork tncludes the elght graalss aad a hlEb school shoultl nter lt1 lteB 4a t.be sum of t|e avera_Eies of the EEade. roo4i_.arrr ltem 4!a tho sum of the_averaF-es_9f__1b9,_Iqllo^9! oi-tne fueh scUool" The supertntei{ont of a clty systlm of scbools shoultl eDter la prlnctpal of ach blCh schoql.should roport the aver;bd;chftts-alO ot tUe fuEb sc1ool Tbe prtncfpai of each waral school antl the groups
composlng t.he school.)

BoVs--l)-- Gtrfs---!2- Total--Q-Boys--A- GttlE--.a-- Tota.l--6-

g.

guprlrteaatents who alo no


a,nd Brlnctpats

toachltrgitga,alr

BoysBoysMn -trfin-

r10. Tsachers

- 9a- Hactpats astl llupervlsors-who teach lsss tha,n balf ttne--

sho

half

Umo

or mote (lf aore tba,n oae person has taught tn a

Cttrls--- :Iotal--Gtrfs.-- Total-:[otalWomo! !Iotal-Women-

Men-A-'lVomen [. trotal- I room couDt orily the one teachllg a.t tbo ril of tbe term)-foteLJ-Womea J.tL Total numbr of aU teacbtagi Dosttto:rs (sum of 9, gao anil 10) (shov oaly tne actual Dosluons) Mn -..-_ Totalposltlons) Womea Mon postuoas (sbov oDLy ths actual 11a. Total number of hteh sc,hool teachlng --_ - at vor.k at-tral of term. lfhe total wtll c1z. eualtflcattons of all toaohers: (Glve only blghsst graduauon or a,ttsrtlance of each toacber Collego onLY|rot ba mor6 tba,n No. 11 above). Number Staduatss of a ColleBe and State Normal . IJ not a grailuate, horil ma,nv bave atteaded A t'our-yeaa gteb Se"bool oalv-242e. A NorDal School oaly, g ? A Stats Normal EhhoolUt A Elch School-? 12a- Qualtf,catlons ot htgtr se'hool teaobetg: (6tve only hlghest grailuatioa or atteBalancs of each tacbr at work at eral of term. Tbe total A Collegs onlywtll trot b Eoro tha,n 114 aboYe.) Number EFaduates of, a Couegs aatt Stat NorEal School-bow ma,try have attendeal not a If only ElSb Sohool Erailuate, A Four-year A Nornal Schoot onlyA Elgh ? A State Nomal Sobool---? Z) Tlolgr -1g. Vaca'olea of teaohers causeil by de94h 7L?kW reslgnatton--JZ-by oha,lei for sprlag t t " () -.16. Amountofannuatsalaryaruflbyauteaoherl: Mea,$. ?:oiat,s Aa 4-6-O O (If a Dostflon bas betr lelit bV more tha,t one Bersoa, gtvo as aJrnual salary tbe sum earnetl by all fot the teacher holdlng tho posltfoD at ond of term.) 15a.Amountofa,nnuat8aIaIyeatnetlbyhrchsohoolteachersonly:M[,9-;woEen,9-;Total,$-;Tyome!,C ; Amoutrt contrlbuteil ---40. Nunbf, of tacrhers contrtbuttng to the llllnols State Teaohers' Penston a,nll Retlremeat Fuad
thts year, r1?. Number of aU pubtlc sc.hool bouses tn tlre dllstrtot1?a- Number of school lrouses ln tho aUstrtot usett by blgh

publf" /
sahools

Ronteil---1y'- To|rtt /
BeateilTotat_--

98 q.& Nlrber of sltttEeF tor stadv: (A aloubto seat to be counteil as oae Blttlng) .Xl. Glve longth of servlcE In tfil8 dlstrlot of teacbers holtllag Dodtlons at closo of scbool: ? !rrs. I tns.-.-_6 y!s.4 yrs.I !/r's.-esual tlat of No. 1l.) .2L Numbef of volunes ta llbra.ry exoludve of suDplemeDtaly reaillng books tor class
.28. Number

ody

Fublte---_--

8 Jns.--yrs.16 yr:e.ll yrs.-_-__18 frrs._.-12 11 yrs.10 y6.1?yrs.-1Eyts.-19yrg.-20yfg.o!m.'re-(countpaftofayearasa,yaf.Totalshoul.l

0
10

yrs.yrs.-

ot prtva,t schools

tl

the

Drolled

tn

eleEentarltr $a"its

iltstrlcr 1) Nnnbsr ot toachrs (lst to gur)! Boys d Gtrb e

SocoDala,ry G$railes

(gth to

Utb): soys 41

Glds- Z

.n.

(lstl to 16tb): Bovs---4l.- Slds--P-palal anoult Physlcte,ns Fbyslclans /r nrrses S-$ Dploye{l d) ,l 1aomofloa of health: Number of nurseg l\nnber of homes glsltal t{o-ter fouDal e,tr6ss1s'r ' ? Numbr ot DupUs aqht'd for Dbystoa;l defeots or ootltagloa- / J by lursg .ot lnqtecttnB oEcer----2Womet4----AmouBt patd truaat ofroers $ dPronotlo of attoaila,nce: Number of bua.nt ofrcEs employed---Z Men 0 rr Nflnber of chllitren alrested a'dl Nunbr of cbrdrn |rot atteaillnB school beisoon tbE a,gs of ? and 14----2--14 and 16 certldcates tssued d age placgd tD chargo ot teacher---(l----Nuaber sente'rceil ty a, court----d.----lfumber of school a[al Commerolal-Number of years of hle|It school sork ofioreil lD the followtng courses: Acatlemlc (classlcal, sctentlflc, etc.)
College Grades

Tec'hntcal

('rL

T')

Adffi

S:it?ra*" ""tP.m'#maalt*loaal (ovEIR)

(uader state

Boar'l)-

14.

SAI.ARIES OF TEACHERS.

Enter in tbe following table the nrmber of teachers in day eehools paid the difierent annual salarie. glementa^ry Secoadla,ry

Less ttqn $20O to $300 to $400 to $500 to $6OO to

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

,4(xt to $1

to $1,599....... to $1,699.. 7OO to $1,


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

$70Oto
$80O

to

to

to
to

$1,999...,......

$9fi1 to

$999...

$lrOOO to $1,099........ $1,100 to $1,1

to $&999.......... and over,


Total (rane at ltn 11)....

58. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL (a) DfsL No.--.-.----.-.-----.---; (b) Number of Dtstltcts consolldateil.-. --*...-; (c) Are the graile school puBlts all many oue butlililg? If aot, h bow butlillngs?-............._... (d) Area la sguare mlles_............-................--..; of teacherc: Eilemsntary..-....; (f) Number of students; Eilementary--; Etgh School

assembleat

ln

(e)

tmber

tngi**.--.---

School-...-.-...-...---....;(c)checkvocatloDalSubJeetstaught;Agrlculture.,..*-.;ManualTratng...... Oookirg*--.*.-*-; (h) TransBorr,ritlon furalshetl by distrtcl Yes.-**..---, No..-..-....-..-*.......; Number of vehlcles--...--..--.......-.--.; Anuaf cost of transBortatlon $..-..-.*--(Note: U vehicle ls owned by the iltstrlct, onefltttr of Its cost shoulal be counteil as e Bart of the anaual oost of transportafion.)

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TEACHERS'ANNU^A,L REPORT
SCFTOOL

YEAR 192Ftr926

lo tho Tcach$ or EuD.rtntcndontl lfhc 6tete and Natlonal authorltles neerl anil dcmantl all tho data ealled tor lD tht! reFrL you arr F Dalerlng a valuable dervtce by a carsful and prompt nlllna out of cach ltem. For common schools of ono tr[chor, ltemi cilth atatrcd numbora only are to bo Alled. In schools of two or drore teachens the dats should be collcted lry the Superlntendent or Prlncloat ard cEbodld lD On rqlorL Two coples ars to fll6d wlth tho county Superlntn.lont sltbln onc wck dttr tho cfuss of scbool . 1. Namo of [ '.t . '^ DtsL y' 'l _,:) " Schoot - ,'f.;-L*L;:i=:.':-...-...------:-;:::=L-----*-No. J--H--e-=.--,L--::i!*-a-.; .nllnol!. -.-CouDty, Eorollment; Note: All whosg names have been nrolled durlnB tho y6ar should be rporteal aad cla.ssrtrdd as thsy -ars et the ctoEo ot ilr. year befor DroEouoo. or at tho tlEe they eay ba,ve loft thr dlstrlct.
EloE@tary
KlndorlBa,rten

EotsiEiffi-

| -EvsTEilFlE.yE
(J

{th

Yr.

6tu Yn

6th Yr.

Yr.

/1lrtl'llt
Total
I I

|diF
l-'
Grand Total

tro "* I Gtrto-lEovs 1-GE-

Seconalaw (Elgh)-(Seo noto after "Enroument" abve).


I
F:

J l;'l/;

oth Yr.

10th

Yn

llth

Yn

Uth Yn
Boys

(Elern. and Hlgh.)

Clrls Eo!'sTEIF

Ea" Eow many of ths abovo were enmlleal tbts yeaf lu some othcr dlstrlct of thls stat beforo

annollhg ln thls

**--3-_

ctds.J.--.. rotar-.

. to trength of school Year h . tf. Actual numbor of days school was ln

. 88. Number of itays when fewer thaD 5 puplls wsre prsent--*'-. l. Total days attondancc ot all Duplls nrolled tn botb eletttDtarlf and hlgh . {8. Averago dalty attGndancc ot all pupllg enrolled tn both elmentary aail bleh rchool (SG noto boloP 4c) lb.TotE|daysattendanceolallhtBb8choolpuplt8(abor'e8thgTade)dalty attcndancc ot all hl8h school puplls (above 8th grade)_ -(See--ng-t belo$)*lo. AveFaq. -- -(Nit;The avsrage dally attondlncc ln a'oni-room Bchool ts founrl by dlvldlng -th _total days_ attendance- by th number of d&yr -school s.ag actually In-sesslun. ln echools o( trvo or more rq)mg, -or In.achools $'hose -reLorda ol q(tendaneo arg kctrl by leElon the attendance ls the sunr ol the averages of the unlts composlng the gruup. For erample: The prlnclpal of ieachers. tho averago dally 4a the sum o( the aqerage8 o( tho tlvo roonrs. Th prlnclpal o( a schd)l contalnlng sbveral i- trvo-r<iom school should 'entr ln ltem tho elEiht gracles and a hlBh sehool should enter In ltem {a the sum ol the avgrages of the grade roome end sork lncludea whoge ioomi -oi ttre hiEtr school. The sunerlntendenl of a clty system of schools ahould enter ln ltem 'la th sum of the avera8ies of the verlou! rvard iefrdots and of the hlgh Bchool. The prlnclpal ol each ward school and the prlnclpal of eflch hlAh qehgol ahould relort the averi,SC for hls school tound by-addlDg th averages ol tbe varlous roottrs or sesaloD gruups coctposlnt tho school) t; r 6. Number of elghth graale graduotes or promotlons--F.---*Boyg.--t Gtrlq.-# -- TotaLJ--* r 0. Number ot elementaty tultton Dup[s attetralln8 thts school..... Boys----- Glrls*-.-.- TotaL-A-.-.. Boys....*- Glrls-.....- TotaL-?. Number ot htgh school graduates----.-..-Glrls.-_-.-. |fotaL.-------. Boys.** & Number of htsb Bcbool tultton pupll8 attenallnB tjrls school.---..-.. lIeD--...- .fv'omen *.. Tote|.--...0. Supertntentlents who alo no teachln8-----..-. Men-.-_-- w.omen Total-8a" PrtnclpElc and Supervtsor who teach less than hau -t10. Teachers anal prtnclpElN who teach hall tlmo or mor (lf morc than oD person has teught ln a room count only ths on teachlng at the enel ol tho term)
T:otr,rL!-J-Total number ot atl teachtng postttotrs (sum of 9, ga, antl 10) (show onty tbe actuat postttoas)-- Uen-J-- Women llen._-_-- TFomen -- Total..-.--..--Ua- Totat number of hlgh school teachltrg posltlon (show oDly tho actual posltlons) qtZ. QuallflcauoDs ot all teachors. (Total not to exceeal totel of ltem 11.) Number of grailuates ol Couego and State Normal --. School-.-.......-.-----; couege only---..-..--.-..; Normal school only.------.------.-.-.; craaluates ot 4 year lllgh school anal attenateal college 3 ye4r8.........-..--..., college 2 years--.-......-*..---, College or Normal School 1 yoar--..--.-.*--.., Delthe! College aor Normal School-...-......-------.-: Attended Elgb School only

.tL

of ttem 11a) Number of Eiratluates of ColleEie and stato Normal College only...-.-..........----; Normal School only-. ; Grarluates of { year htah Bcbool anil attenaled College t!rce College two years, College or Normal School one year.-.----..-..---..-, nolther College nor Normal Scbool.,-..-...-....--.-; Attwo years---.-..-..--., one year*.-..---....-.toBdeal EIah School only three year.-..rt8. Vacatrcteg of teachers causeil by aleath-il*by restgnatton-.4p.--fv change tor sprlng tern --,1...-.-Toral Sehool-------; years..-.-...*--,
'Tyomen, S.--.---_.-*; -.-_-.O'.16. Amount ot annual salat? earneat by all teachetE: !ten, 9-.--:ii,:;----: Total. t._*--:-*.::i-.(ll a posltlon has been befd by more than ono persl{'n, Slve a^s annual salary tho sum earned by all lbr the toacber holdtng the posltloo at end ot term.) TVomen, t--_.-7--_; Total, l-*.-*[6a" Amount of annual'salary earneil by htgh school teachers only: !len, $--**-......-; r10. Number ol teachers coltrlbutlng to tho llllnols Stat6 Teachet' Penslon aail f,otlremeat Funal-.-..---l-*-----.-; AEouDt contrlbutcd

two years.-----..-' otlo year--. thrce years----@, tza- QuaUncatlons of Elsh School teachers. (Total not to e:rceed total

I nrblto*-llneirteA Total*...;.-.--PubUcRented T9tat.-.-........-.1t. Number ol stttlneis for study: (A tlouble seat to b countetl as on Blttln8i) .-..*--. .20. Gtve length of serqtce In thls dtstrlct ot teachetr holaung Dostttons at closs of school: t yr.-Z*-IL-9.----.-...- 2 Yrs...-.....-...I yrs.-.--..-...---...-.-. I yrs..--.-.--.--..--. 6 yrs.----I yrs.--..-...-.*-.-6 !Ts.--.------.-..-.-. ? yrs........--.-.*-..-.- 8 yrs.-.-l0Fs.-..-...-............-11yrs.----.--.....---..12yrs.....-...13y.-.]..... 20 yr8. or more--..*-..-..----,.-..-. (Count part of a year,as a year. Totat shoultt 19 yrs.---.. 1? yrs.--.-.--..------.=. l8 yrs.--.-------equal that of No. 11,) it I r2{. Number ot r/olumes tn llbraty sxctuslve of supplementa}:f reatltng books for class uso -......_.U-A . .!6. Number of prtvate schools ln tho dlstrlct-**-.J{umbe! of teachers employd-----!len------T[omen,--.*..--Number of puplla gratles (gth (lst 8th): Boys-...---...* Oraales to Uth, Boys...-.--to Glrls-snrolled ln elementarlr College Graalss (13th to 10th): Boys.-.*--.* Glrls--*-.-.tt. promotloD of healtb: Number ot nur.|ses employed---.cJa-phystctaDs----C:.----.*-ount palal nurses t--..-..*- Dhysfcraus t.---* Number of Duptls xamlnil for phystcal delects or coataglon----.----Nunber tountl atrected---.---.-Number ol bomes vtglted by nurge or Inspectln8 ofrcer...---_ A ProEotloD of attendance: Numbsr of tnrant of,cers omployed--!J---!ten--*-*Tyomen--, . -Amount Dalal trutrtrt otilccrr l*-*_ol chlldren arrecteil alal Number ot cblldretr not attcddha school botwen the a,ger ot ? anal'U-J.jl--u aaa of acboot anal agc crttficatg placeat lD charEie ot teacner---O -.-Number aetrtenced Uy a court-lJ---Sumber tc. NlrEbr of years of hl8h school work otlrod l! tha folloFlng coursor: Acadomlo (claEslcal, sclonttllo, ota.)---_-Commerclal--..-_. . .VocaUonal (udlor Btatc Berd)-...-.-.-... Trades anat Inalustrles---------A,gxlcultural.--.---Domestto Scleacc--*-----.!!ormal --.. ($IIPORTAIIT-SI' ltms to tr frlled arc on brck of rtlr aheet.) rl?.
Number of all publtc echool bouses In tho tllstrlct t?a. Number ot sehool houses ln the dlstrlct usetl by hlgh schools only-.-------------.-

thts year, 8---:-:.--.-.--.-*--

(ovEB)

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14. SAI,ABIES

OT' TEAOEERS
Inemeats,ry

Enter in the following table the number of teachers in day sohools paid the difrerent aonuel salaries.

to $1.,209-. $1,800 to $1,899-.


$1,200

$1,400 to

$400to $4ee-......"...--

-----.; --"I ----

$1,499-.--.-

$1,600 to

$1,699--

-|

..-.-.....".......-"..

.. - |

$2,600

to

$2,999--

Total (same as ltem 11)*-

T8. SPECIAL REPORT IF A CONSOLIDATED 6CHOOL. (b) Number of Dlstrlcts coasoltala,teal; (c; Are the grade school BuDllr aU assenbleil tn rf uot, ln how many bulltUtgB?__----(d) Aree ln sqlraro mlles-.-----; (e) NumDer ol teachers: Ellementa,ry. ; (f) Number ot stuileats; Ellementary ; glsb ; Elch School (g) Chect Yocattonal Sub'ects taugnt: Agrtculture--; School--_*-; Ma,rual TratnlDg, i Sew'

No.-*---; one butliltng? -(a) Dlst

tng-__--; vohlcles-;

; (h) TransDortatlon
Annual cost of tfa,nsBortatlon
Ba,rt

fumtsheil by

iilsdct" Ys
(Nots: If vebtcle ls

No-*

-._;

Number of

owaeal by the

dtstrlct oneifth of

Its cost shoulil be counteil as a

of the annual cost of trangportatlon.)


PUBLTC SCHOOL KiNDERGARTEITS.
.l

69. SPECIAL REPORT ON

(s)Numbertndt8trlot_-;(b)EDfouEe!t:Boy8--;Glrls-;(c)Numberteacher8_--; (al) Sala,rtes of teachers $------.


(a) Number,
a'ges 3 to 21, tn

' school or

classes

60, SPECIAL REPORT ON DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND CHILDREN. (b) Number tn State or prlvate lns6tu{ons_---; tllsHct.--__--; (il) Number ot teachsrs: Men-----; of iUstrlct---; Women-; (f) grounds g____*__* aad egulpmsnt ; Value ol bulldlng,

(c) Number tn sDeclal (e; Number ot selrarste

(a) Number, ages

Boye--;

61. SPEGIAL BEPORT ON CRIPPLED CHILDREN. 5 to 21, reDorteil by truant oficer--; (b) Number enrolleil tn slreclal ittstrlrJ scbool or clagses: (c) Number teachers: Men--i Glrls-; Wonen ; (il) Number separate schoolo--;

(e) Yalue of bullillng, grounils and equlBment

$-.---_;

(a) NumDer

schools,

Women--;

OE SPECIAL REPORT ON DELINQUENT CHILDREN. (b; Enrolluent: Boys--; (c) Number t8chen: ![sn Gtrle--_--; (il) Number sel)arate gchoob (e) grounilc ; Yalue ol Dulliltoa anrl equlpment I

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TEACHER'S ANI{IJAL REPORT


SCHOOL YEAR 1943-I9M
To the Teacher or Supenlntendent: T'he State aaal Natloual authorlttes Deetl alral dlemand all tbe tlata calletl f,or Ir thls reDorl You are renalerlngi a valuablE servlce by a careful anal prompt Elllng out of each ltem. !.or common sctrools of onE teacher, ltems wlth stanetl numbers ody are to be 6[etl. In schools of two or more teachers the tlata shoulil be collecteil by the SuperlntenileEt or klaclpal aatl emboiueat h one reporL Ore copy ls to bo flletl wlth the County SupErlnteodlert rsithln oDs week after tbe close of school. Namo of

seJiiool-Jz:wJ
Enrollment; Note: All wbo
befor Bromotlon, or at
lames havo beeD oDroUeal aturlug the year sboultl bo reBorteat a.nil cla,sstf,eil as

tlms they may have left the iustrlct.

1.

TOACESIRS AND EINROI,T,MENT tlementa{r (See note after 'Eurollmetrt" above.)

Number of Teachers

IIlEib Scbool (See note after "tarollmelt" above.)

. 1a- IIow mary of the above


trrolltngi
aq

were entouefl tbls yea,r

ln

sorne

otler dlstrlct

of thls stato before

ln thls tltstrlct:

Leneth of school Year


Aotua,l Dunber

l!

moD

2a-

of

alays school va.s

la

.8. . I
3a-

fotal

days attEaal,aDce of all puBlls urolld

l[

gxades ons

to

slgiht

f3& Total tlays


34,x.

attetrala.ncs

of all puplls ta

Eradtes one

to elght lncluslve, excluslvo of tulttoa ,**-

/6 l{L-

'

"".7_I^7* ""ffi"rti)jT
Tot8,l dla.ys attendancs of

srades one to ersht lnclusive, excluslve or,tuttton puplrs (must a8iree

rltlr

ltem 6a or stato Atd

sb. 8c. 3b:c

all puplls etrroutl la hlgb

AvoraEieclallyattgEtlaDceofallpupilseDrolledlahtehBchooL(seenotobelorP9ca)Total tta,ys attenalaDco of all pupus enrolletl ta htgh school, excluslvs of tuttlon

puptts-'

3c:r. AveraEie

ilally attertlaDce of all pupils enroueal lD hlgh scbool, sxoluslve of tultloa pupls--(Note-The average dally atteDtlaace ln a ou-room school ls fountt by altvltllng tJre total days attondarce by the uumber of days the richool was actually lu sessloa. In sohools of two or moro rooms, or ln schools rphos recordls bf a,tterdauco are kept by sEsslon teachors, the averase dally attendatrcs ls the sum of tlle averages of the unltB composllg the Exoup. tr'or xample3 The pi{aclpal of a two-room school shoultl enter lD Item 3a the sum of the avorages of the ts/o rooms. The superlntenclout of a clty systm of schools shoulal eater ln Item 3a the sum of the averages of the varlous wa,rd schools. flxe prlnclpal of ee,ch ward school and the prlnclpal of each hlsh schooi should roport the averaie for hls school fouaal by atldlng tho averages of the varlous rooms or sossdou groutls compostng the sahool.)

44.

Number of etgbtft graale grailuatss or

totar-Z=Total---.-.
Boys---Glrlg--Tota,l--_-. year)tlls sc,boot-J------Publlc Reateal---Rsateir -J-.'WOmen
lYunber of
To
?Xo$al

r6.
6.

Number of elementartr tultlon pupus attenallagi thls sohool Numbor of hleh school gradluats (tr'ou!

Number of hlgh school tultlon pupils attendlag

s8.
8a.
8L4.
eL4a,.

Number of school butldlnEis ln the dlstrtct useal by leEeDtary Number of school builtllngs in tbs dlstrlat used by hlgb Number of llbra,rtes-.

sohool------Pubuo

Nunbor of volumes h llbrartes oxclustve of supplementary radlngbooks for ol"ru o""-Numbr of prlvate scbools la the

t16.

illstrlct------Number

of teachers mployal*"

puplls enrolloil ln elemeDtary sraales (1st to 8tb):

Boys-Glrls.

---SecoDalary Gratls (gtb to 12th): Boys--Gtrls---palal nulsss,

.L7.

Fromotloa of health: Numbor of rurses

emploveil----phvslcla,as.----anoutlt ,gf,oa-----Numbr

Number of puplls examlntl for physlcal defeots or colt nurse or lnspectlng

b;ii;;;;;F, founal a,ffecteal

phvslctans,

l-mm;mi

Number of homos vlslteal by

oncer-_-

'

Promotlonofattetrdla[ce:Numberoftruaato6cersemployed-Men.Wono!t-_-AmouBtpat.lt,ma,lto6oers'$- (Dolars o4ly) Number of ohllilren [ot attenallng school betweon tte aies of ? anal 14----14 and 16--Number of chllilren a,tresteil aad placetl
la charge ot teach6r---------Numbor seatenceil by a court----Number of school a,nil age certlacats

(IMPORTANT-Three ltemg to be f,lled are on baok ot thas 8hoot.) (ovuB,) (664?6-28M-12-48)

@a

IO'. SPECIAL REPOBT IF A CONgOLIDATED.SCH@L


(e) D{sL

No.._.--.--;
Etsh

(b) !$uaber'ot DGtrtots

;'(o) Are tJte


(at) Ara tn squaf,s stualoatF:

ginado sohool

Duttls all assembled ln oae bu0ilhg?


(e) NuDbr ot toa,chers: Ellomeatar::r

; If Dot, lB hoe mary

bu[tltaeis?----;
; (O NuEber of
Mnnual

Stementary--.--.-...-_;

Elgb

(B) Cbeck

-.--_;

Yo@.UoDa.l Subteots

tsuBht:

SewlaS-;

O) TrarNportetlon furalshed by itlstrtcil.


1@. SPECIAL REPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDEROARTENS (a) Nunber

b atlstrlol--_--; $ ---;

(b) tlrollmnt:

Boye---...__; $--_

etrb._-_.-_.--.--;

(c) Number tach6rs-.*-_-.-....-_-..;

(il)

Salarter ot teaohers,

(o) Currert e:(pe!ss for year,

BlaDLs futDtshetl by VERION.L. NICKELL,. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIO INSTRUOTION, Spr:lngdeltl, Illlaols

Otber lafomatlo_a whloh may b requestd by County Suprlatlalsut"

Fart tlEo taobcrs (aot substltutes)


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TEACHER'S AI{NUAL REPORT


SCHOOL YEAR 1944-1945
To thc Tcacher. or.guporlntcndant! Th State aaal Natlonel authotlttes netl aDd demanal aU tbs alata oallod tor ln thls reporL Yon are ronderlDgi a valuable servlae by a ca,reful anal prompt f,lUng out o! eaoh lteE For @mmoa schools of oDs teaoher. ttems wlth starretl aumbts only are to b flbif. Itr Bohools of tso or more teacherfr tb alata should b oolleoted by tho SuDsdaterraleat or Pr.|relpal aail embodleil l! oDE repof,L Otre copy 18 to be Eled wtth tbo Courty Super|lteaaloat slthtn oae week after tho close of school.

SATS'"I
1.

ptctto.y elloye

ffit

lOF, Wnoor$riq"
a"ro

Bamllmeat Note: All whoso aames haro bso! enrolledl alurtrls tbe year dhouia be rsported and clasd0d as they befor Dronotlou, or at tbo ttme they tDay ha.vo loft the dlstdol

county, mrDors at tho close ot the yar

lIEACIIoBS A fD lIIfnOLLUtrNT EneEeDtatT (See note after.'Darallment" abovo.) KtnderNombr of Taahers lst Yr.
gartetr Men

Sail

Yn

Sral

Yr.

4th Yr.

6th Yr.

6th Yr,

?th

Yn

S'ihYr

TfomeD

Total

T
Number ol llachots

L
Tr.

r.

s
l1th Yn

s
12th

g
Post

I
Total

l;G$raad Tota,l (Enet!. anal Etgh)

J a

Elgh School (Seo noto aftor 'lElnrollmenf' above.)


9th
10tlr

Yr.

Yn

G$railuatss

MeD

.woBn

Cotal

nt ,1
. la- Elov Ea,tty . 2.
..9aof,

tbe above wers earoUeal thls ya,r ln soEe otbr dlstf,lot ot t.hls sts,te botot

enrolllng tD thls ailstrtotr


IJeagilr of scJrool ysar ln

ilementaqr------E-._I sesdo!---Lg8

Iflgh c^$^^r

'O

-ootho

Aotua,l Bumber of aLay! sohool lvas tn

I a. Total alays attouitar@ of au pupus enrolletl tn grades o! to ot8rht tnotuslve . 3a. .l\vsraaie atrany attonda,noe ol atl puDlls enroUetl tn grade! otre to olght lDclustee.

L?4*
(Se

rots belort 8cE)-

---

1l
wlttr ltem 6a of Stato Ald

. 8r. Cota.l dioys attenata,aco ot all pupllg ln graates ono to elght trcluslye, excluslve of tuttlon Doellu---L?49 . ga:r. AyeraBo atauy attoutlaDc of all putlls ln gradgs otto to etsht ttrolusive, orcluslve of tultloa puplls (must agroe ,r,rhr tt
3b. Total
alays a,ttenatatrce

of all puptlc onrolleal tB btgh !crhools.._-.-I11,X of all puptls onrollal tn hteh school. (See note below acrl-

30. Averag
3b!. Total

alatly attoaarattce

Oll nll

al,ays

attendance of a,ll pupfls onroUeal tn hlgb sc,bool, exoluslve ot tultlon

pupils.

All 3sr. Average dalty attenclance ot a,ll puplls errouetl ltr hlgh solrool, oxcluslve ot tuluoD puBfls (Note-Tho ayrase dally attentlance lD a ons-room school ls tound by allvlaltDa the total alays attenilancs by tho Dumber of days tho richool was actually ln seisslon. In schools of two or tuors r@ns, or lD sohools whos rocords of attendanco aro kept by sosslor teachrs. the avsrage dally atteDdalrce lB ttro sum of the averagies of the unlts corDposlng th group. For xanlrls: fhe prlndpal of a two-room school should elter ln Item 3a th sum of tbe ayoraEie of tbe two rooms. TIle superlntondnt of a olty systoB of sobools sboulil etter ln Iteh Aa the sum of the averages of the Yarlous Eard sobools The prlnclpal ol eacb ward sclrool anal the prllxolpal ol each htgh school should report the avsr9'gis for hls school fountl by aaldlng tbo ayerages of ths vorloua roomE or sesslo[ groups cotnDoslnB the sdhool.) . 4. Numbr of stglrtr gf,aale
girailuatss or

promotlons

tl(lll6

notal O - -.notar-

. 6. 0.
l.

Numlrsr of slementa.ry tuttlo! pupils attendltrg thts

Numbof of htah school gxaaluates (l'our year)

school..._-_-- gtlno n(}86


EOnA

0 .O
O

Nunbor of hleih school tultlon puplls attonallng

thirs

rotat
Renteit -Total Rsated--TotaL-. I

. !. Numbsr of sc,hool bulldlage tn the austrlot


8a. Number ot
schoot butltttngc

ln

tJre altstriot

scnoot--=l-PubltcO *Orln useat by btgh school-usd by elomotrtary

.1{
.16.

Numbor or m*"t". tr pOOf

One
bootss

.14a- Number ot volumes tn llbrarles ercluslve of supplsmentary roatttDg


Numbr of Brlyato schools tn the altstrtctpuptrs enrollal

for ot"*

oru--16fi
l"oGrades (gth uurs6c,

tr

elmenta,ry

"rnptoyeO9--grades (lst to 8tb): Boy*-9.--ct!ts..--_--seconatary otu

*u-*t

ot tachers

'-.-.Wo-eo.--_._--.Number of to 12tb): Soy"-- O Cbfs--

.1?. Fonotlon

of hearthi Nurnber ol Durss employeal----O--.phvstolan"--0-.._n-o'orr,

NumDsr of pupUs examlned for Fhyslcal defects or


Dnrs or taspectlng

contagiton-O *-no-br

loundl

pbyslcta,as, g".-0--.. (Do[ars only) only) aCectd.-O---*Number of homes ytdted by

$=-g.-(Do[aF

onrour-

?
truant ofilcors omployed.-fdA -men*$J-Womon$a-Auroutrt patal trua.nt otitcers, S<ffffiilFf

PromottoD of attenitLance: Nurnber ot

Number of chlldre! trot attotrallnB school betwen tbo ages of ? artl

& -()-Jq,"r,U ,U-O-*umber


aro on baok ol thlo shcot.)

of ohlldrea arresteal

anal placed

fn charge of

teacner--L-xumber

^ (IMPORTANT-ThrGo ltrm. to bc fllled


(ovrlB)

seatencil av

*u*-fu--Numbsr

ot school and agle cartlflcates

rgsuea--dJ---.-.._._--

Q88sl-2tu-r2-sl

<@e

Id'. SPECIAL REPORT tF A


(e) DtsL

CONSOLIDATEO SCHOOL

no

1O2. ; (b) Number ol Dtstrtots oonsottdttsd-trlI


; If not,

(o) Ars tbe grzde scbool pubtls all assembled

obo butLttDgi?

tr

how matly blrtLtttrgd?.

t (il) Area la'squaae

() Nuhb6 of tdachsrs: fieureatary

; Elcb
Vocatlonal SubJosts taugbt:

; (e) Cbeok

Agdsulhrro.--:--;

![a,aual

thalntng-.--.--*--.;

Sowtaa-*-__.__-;

(b) iXlarsfrtatloa furatsbed by iilstftct.

No---------_-:

109. spEcrAL REPORT 9N FUaLtC SCHOOL KINOERGARTENS (a) Nunbs! ta

dtstdodqll---;

(b) Eluotlmeats

Boyr_-__-__.--;

(o) Nunbc

Blalks furalsheal by VERNON L. NIGKELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN9TRUCTION, SFrt&gf,d!4 nl|mts.

Gther lalornatlon sblch Eay be requesteal bv Couaty Supsdrtsr4$t

Fart.ttEe teDahers (|rot $bstttdds)


NsJno

Subtoct

811

+l ,tr

3.
tr

&
tr
F.

a c)
sg

6xi lFl lo' l6 lo


o :D

Ei '6 :l fr,'Ol

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1

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P.

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I

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TEACHER'S ANNUAL R.EPORT


scHool, YEAR 1945-1946

To tho Teacher or Superlntondent: The State anal Natlonal authorltles aoal aaal demanil aU tho da,ta oalleil for la thts reporl You are renderlng a, valueble servlce by a careful alrd prompt nUhg out of each ttem. X'or cornmon schools of one tachr, ttoms wlth sta,rral aumbers ody are to be 6Uetl. Ia scboolE of two or mote teachers tho dlata sbould be eoUeoteal by t.he SuperlntadeBt or Haolpal alril embodleal ln one reporL One copy ls to be flled wlth the County Superlnteralent wltbtr one veek after the closE of school

{mzr"!-kL. ,/ 2:r-*,r-<1.
TDACEERS AND ENIIOIJT'MF.INT

RE'/"-Z

Enrollment Note: All *ny'*" ot-"" havs beD enrollerl ihrrlng the yaa shoulal be reDcrttl aaat alasslfleal as before Dromotlo& or at the tlme they msy bsve left the dlstrlct.

' , ha-. " */ tlrey


6ttr Yr. ?tb Yr.
Stlr

'
at tlre

a,r

close

.ounty,Drraors of the year

Ellementsly (SeE note after 'Tlnrollment" above.)


Num' ber of Tea< rhers

Meq

@ /l
,t
'WomeB

Iqndergarten

1st

Yr.

hd Yr.

Sril Yr.

4th Yr;

6tb Yr.

Yr.

Claqsg!

Specla,l

Total

Totel

3
gth Yr.

p-

/
Iltb Yr.

3
1fth Yr.

3
Classes

L
Tota,l
Gra.Eal

/6,
(Elem. and EISb)

Ellgh Scr-

(See note

after 'Enrollment" above.)


10th Yr.

Numbsr of Teachers Men

PostGraduates

and Speclal

Total

Total

1e..

Ilow

ma,Dy

of the abovo were eDrolleil thl,s year ln som other illstrlct of tJlts state bofore

enrolllng

t! thts altstrlct?

Sllementa,rT

,--.--lltgh School---.

2.

LeagtJr of school Year itr '^h+hd

,9

Actual numbsr 2a. '*'iS-a-ff


e

of davs school was tq -qssstou-_ is*rt.imron--cidri-?6i;6G;td)----

/ 7 Z
ono

days atteaalaac of all puplls enrqUoal ln Sraalss 3. - Total (Same as item 5 on clalm for stoto alal)
aa- Averag dauy qtteutlaDco-of oll l9uplh enrollfl (Same as rrem 6 otr clalm for state alal) 't

to elSbt lDcluslve(So

. .

la srades etght tncluslve' tncluglye. irades one to elght

o 3 ' f f &. o I rote below Uaot A*' 8f') /

Bx. Totr,l days attrrdance-o! at! puplls ln-CFaalos one (sam as rtem 6e on ctratn for state atd)

to lght lnclustYe' lncl-ElYe, exclustve pupllg,---ef* 4e excluslve of tultloD pupll''-to elght lacluslve, erclustve of tutttou

t /

H-A

. 3a:L Ayerage tlally-attend-a4ce -of alt Pupqg-h -' (Sa,me ds lton 6a o! cl,alm for stato alal)

gtadeE ou

ptlll,^ /-2-.-/g-

3b. Total alays attondance of aU puplls eqqolletl ln hlgh (Same as ltem 6 on clalm for state atal)
3c. Averagie daily a-ttonalg,nae (Same as ltem 6 o! clalm

la hlsb sobool. (gce aoto bolov 3cx,)--. 9f au puplls-eurolled lor stal al(r,

Total ilaya atteaalancq gf aI puplls o!{o-Ueal 3bx. -- (Same asltem 6a ou olalm for sta,te atal)

tr

hlSb school, exdudve of tultlou

8cx. Average dally atteatla.nce of all pupllq-enrolletl h hfgh school, ercluslve of tultlon (Same as ltem 6ax on dalm for state ald) (Note-Tho average alally atteDalance lD B oDe-room school ls louail bE dlvldlng the total days attenalance by tbe DuDbsr of tla:zs thc s'chaol was ao_tu-4ly l. so_sslon. ID scltoola of two or more tlo4qs or-ln schools wboa recorala of attnd.Bnc are kept by sessto! tedoUers, the averagie dally atteBda,Dce ls the sum of the o,vra'ge ol tho unttE GoEttoslng the Eroup. Fror o-aFDle: llhe p-rlnclpal of a two-room school should enter ln ltm 3a the sum of th average bf tho twg Jooma. Th supertaleudoat of a olty system ofsohools should eutei tn Item 3a tfre sum of the averag.e of- tho Yarlous ward, schgols. Tbe prl4clpal of eacb sa.rd scbool aad the prlnclpal of each hfgih sohool shoultl roport tle average for hls school found by adallng the evrages of t&e va,rlous rooms or gesslon gmups composlng the scEool.l
j4.

NuEbsr of elghth grade eFaduatos or Dromotloas-__--__-puBils atteadlng tbe

r6. Numbe! of elenertary tultlon

sc.hool-6. Number of htgh school graduates (Four year)_-_-?. Number of hteih school puplls attendlng tbls school
Number of, school butldlags ln tbe ittstf,lct useat by elenentary

rotnr /6' ,X6r-t O Roys--.-G{rls


Total

Total-

r 8.

school----fuUUo,/ publlcfn t.he austrlot used .Ea- Number of sahool bugilhgs W hlgb sohool-Number of volumes tn Ubnrtos eroluslve ot sutptementa,rJz roaalltrgi booEs for oUls
sc,hools

ReataL-_--T;oult Bent3d--_Total

o14. NuDbr of llbrarleF


.14,a.

tg

2 On \lhbsr ot
Glils

.16. Number of Drtvate


puplls enrolled

ta the illstf,lot---- d

lemeata,rtr gratles (1st

r{t-bor of teaohers emDlovedWonsn---Mel '-'-:-G|rls--,. to 8tb): Soy&-.:.--Seoolilar!r Gmates (gth to 12tb): BoyN

.1?. komotlotr of hea,lth: Number of nutsos emptoyeaL-2-phyac'uns.


Number of puplts xalrlltreal for thystcal alefcots ot corta8ilo!nurse or lnspectlBg

a-ouDt Datd Durses,


-3fjo^br foutlal

,t'ammi
d

rrhyslclaas,

?O;m;Ol

,/ 2 Me-

sgscta

N-hhor ot boEos vldtod bll

oncer---.employodWohen
of school Anollat patal truaJot ofrcerq t-(Dollan oaly)
a,Eal

PrornotloD ot attenalance: Number of troa,at ofrcerE

Number of chlltlren.aot attendlng scbool botTeeD the ages of ? aDd

M-----Q_le anil 18

Nunber of chlltlrea a,t:rsstoil

trlBcail

ln cha,rge of teaahor-----Numbr seDtlcod by a court--.lvumbor


(OYEB)

aDal aie cortlf,ca,tss

(IMPORTANT-Threo ltems to be fillod ars on back ot t|hle sho.t ) (8232-26M-r2-46)

.dfmpz

L_

1O7. SPEOIAL REPORT

IF A

CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL

(a) Dtst

No-__*--....; -;
-.;

(b) Number of Dlstrlots

It

not, tn how many

--_; bulldllags?-----:--=-;.Area ln square mlles--;


19 ilfumfer of stualeats: ElmBtary-_--;

(o) Aro the grade school Drrplls all asombled ln oae bulldtag? (e) NuBbe! of teacherc: DlomeatsJ::Y

EItCh

Sahool-_--..---; Agrlcultule---

Elgb

G)

Choe

VocattoDal SubJeots te,uEiht:

-;

Manue.l

SewlDR

(h) |lta,[sEortauoD furnlsbodl by austrlcl


108. APECIAL HEPORT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL KINDERGARTENA

(a) Number ta

dtstrtcl-.------; f_---;

(b) Dnrollmeut:

Boys--_...__*--.-; Glrls..-------.---; S.---....-..-'

(a) Number

teachet--.--------;

(d) llalarles of teaohrs,

(e) Current exlrnses for yea&

Blanks furatsheit by VERNON L. NICKELL' SUPERI,NTENDENT OF PUBLIO INSTRUCTION, Sprlngfelal, Iulnols.

Other tnformatloa whlob ma,y bo requesteal by Couaty SuporLnteBdteat.

Part tlrne tac,hers (not'subBtltutes)


Name
SubJeot

t
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\
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TEACE{ER'S ANNUAL REPORT


scHool, YEAR 1947-r94E
To the Teacher oF SupoFlntendent: The State etrd Nstlonel eutborltles need &nal denand all the data callsd for ln thls report. You are renderlng a valuable sgrvlce by a c&roful end pronpt fllling out of each tt@. For coEmon schools ol otre teaohsr, ttm8 wlth staJrEd numberr oDly ero to bo flfed. In schoolr of two or more

thedatashoul.lbecollectedbythesuprlntendentorPr|nelpalsndoEbodledltronrport.w.n_t-y-gnI9d!t9$L-en'Eiihin
DIst.
.--.-".,-.-...No. -

:-.-----...--.....-..---.--Cousty, Illlnols

Enrollmetrt Note: All vr{oee names have been enrolled durtng the year should be rcported and classlfled as' or at the tlme thoy havo left the dlsFlct.
I

ero &t the close ol tho year before protnotion,

r,

?EACHEAS AND ENROLLMENT Elenentary (gee noto alter "Enrollment" above.)

i I

Nn-ber of Teachers
Meu
WomeE

Klndergarten

lst Yr.

2trd

Yr.

Brcl

Yr.

4tb Yr.

5th Yr.

6th Yr.

7th Yr.

8th Yr.

gDeclel Classsg

Totsl

Total

t t

I
Etgh Echool (See trote after "Eurollment" &bove.)
Nrrmb'r Of TeaCher8

I
9th Yr.

2
llth
Yr.

I
12th Yr.

/
Post Graduates

2)
Toial
CElem. and Etgh)

7
Graad Tot&l

loth Y!.

and Smcial
CIa^dms

Men

Women

Total

I l&. Eow *2.


4
2a,.

many ot tho ebove vre enrolled thls yeer ln some other dtstrlct ol thls state bfore

enrollinglnthisd|rtrict?ne^"ota,y....../2fu-...-...-.....'..-I{tgbs"na...-fu
Length of school year

ln monttu-.-.----

& I 70
to elght lacluslve--........--

Actua,t number of days school wag ln sorslon--......(gEme &s item 4 on clatm for state atd) (lncludo hoUdays &hd lnstttuto deys)

* 8. totel days attenda,nqe of a,ll -stD;te puplle enrolled tn gra.des r<lndergarten (Same as item 6 on cI&l.E for ald) * * *

l- l. 12.

..

L. ss

8e. Ayerage delly ettoEd&Dco ol all puptlr enroltrsd ln gades ldndergarton to lght (game as Ite:E 6 otr clahn for stAt- &ld) 8a. deys ettqnilancg of sU puplls h grades klnderga,rten to elgDt lotal (Some odltem 6e on cl&lm lor-st?lte aldt

lncludve.

(gso troteblov

lne,ludve. xcluslvo

ottultlo[pup[&

tllL

aax. Avora'ge dally &ttendalce o! all pupllq fn grades !fudetrgarton to etgbt tncludve, excluslve ol tultton puplls-(Samo is ltoni 0a sn slaln for st-st6 ald) -

5sl
.t

NOTE: Do not allow mors than ll day pa'" day tor Klnderga!{on ln ltem!
(B&lno aa rlem b on ctalm ror aEato arq)

3, 3a. 3r, 3ar.

30. Aleerage dPlly ettendtnce of a.ll puplls enrolled ln hlgh scbool. (Fes note bobw Ad)-.-...... (ga,me as lteh 6 on cleln for stst6 &ld) 3bx..Tot&l dsys att_endencg ot all puplls enrolleil tn htgh school, exeJuslve of tultlon pupUs--.-.-.. (gemo as ltem 5& on cl,akn for stAte eld)
......

8cr. Averege dally attendance ol all puplls enrolled h blgh Bchool excludve ol tultlon (Ba,me as ltoni 6ax on claln for rftate ald) (Note:-Tho-a,yer-eg- da[y attendanco ln a ono-5ooq scloo[ fs lound by <lfvfdhg the tot4 dayg atten{ance by tho number of ds,ys tho school was &ctualle ln sosion. ln scnoo.E ol.two or mo.te ro-olna, ot lD scnoola wBoSo recoRlo ot BttqFd&tCg aae kept by sqEsloD lgachsr, thl, average drilly a,ttn.lance lg tt6 g"'i of the B,veregq_ot ths nllts cqmposlnc the troup. {or-exeFpl_e: X_lrc prlndEil ol a tw_o-room school should on!o! in Iten sa-the lriim i,l ihe &veragb-ofif,e !y_o-r99gJ.__I!-g supe4ntondort of q clty s.yFteB.of schools should enler lD It4 3q lhe gum_ oJ the &yemg of lhe va,rlous wqrd schools.- T[d b-ilicttll;i oach wa.rd school end thg p44clp&l of stlh hlgh school Ehould report the avoregio lor hls Bchool loutrd by adiilng the avsa8ps of tho vanous roomi or eesdon
groups composlng ths school)

{4.
s6.

?.
'r

Number of hlgh school tuttlon puplls attendlng thts

school-----..
school--.-*.."-...---..-.----.-*.Pubtla-J--*-.----n"",

8.

Number ot school butldtngs ln ths ailstdct used by elomonta,ry

ed----8---------foWJTotal-----..-.+

88. Nurnber ol school buldlngs la the dlstdct used by hlgh

school----

--..-.--.-Publtc-

8b. Eow m&ny of above teachers wers suprvlso$ or aad$a,nt prlnclftals?-----*14.


16.

NumbeIofllbrarles-...--..--'.'-t-..-.--..--...-.....t{l,o.Numof
No, of

It

prl

te sch GBADES K'D'G-8 GRADES 9.12

TOTAL

hrollment
Ts&chers

Boys

Glhls Womga

Boyr
M[

";;

Boys
Metr

to"
Wonotr

Motr

'W'omen

17. EEAI,TE, SPECI]IL EDUCATION AND ATTENDANCE:


Is phydcat eram. requlred evu5r four No. gtvon physlcal
Ags
yea,rg?

aqn. thll year-_-_-.*(r*

No)

No. trua,lt of,carg Dstd by

dls[dot**-.-_

cs$ncet6 lsued* ol

(lHlPORTAtIT-Thrse ltoma to be fllled aro on back ol thls ohet)


(OVER)

rO7. CONSOLIDATED DISTR,IOIS'-

rO8. PUBLIC SCEOOL KINDERGARTENS

No. F'ull

ime Te&chers .-..--....-1.-.....,""...-.


-

IO9. EMPLOYEES roe. EMPLOYEES

II

OTEER, EMPLOYEES

Other lnlorDetlotr whlch mey bs requested by County Superbteldent.


Pa,rt tlme toachsrg (not substitutes) Na.tne

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Orvt3.le

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'66"rtnotL1e

OrvlLle

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Effil !!Bhnd.dt, -FTcc.' gtanlcy fionnckci, 6tel* l\,tn Bordcckcr

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6TATE OF ILLINOIS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH


DIRECTOR

DIVIgION OF
SANITARY ENGINEERING CHIEF sANITARY ENGINEER

gPRTNGFTELD

ANDY HALL. M. D.
ADDRESA CORREAPONDENCE TO THE DIRECTOR

HARRY F, FERGUSON

ffiJeoG:

YrA@tlPIs collNtT

$sbgol mIL

Ifownter 14;

1,9U9

XFo

Goruty

Srprt. of $shoole; Carliavlll.o, I1I.

!. E. Ifllhltet

I}ear Mr. EtXDtte:

In regardl to tbe rel.l iastrtea0loa at Elotsory Grove $obool 'Dlstrlat flqZ ule mntcl advlse t]rafi at tbe. preso,t-_ tlme w. dlo rrot, asnslder tt adviegble to "nllo a peremal laEnotloa of thls
rnell.
Eb bave alreaftr qor,el1yneC a sar4l!.e of wdel fror thls well acl bave retqmecl tbe results aloug wttb sssorwngnelBtlonE for repalra, to tbe sobool. boarcL
We wouldl urgB tbat the sugpetecl repalrs De madle as sooa poseible. Wbea repalts are corplete ft n$bt be'wsLl- to sead. 4otbsr sa,qrle of wafie! f. or aral5rsls. trr case of, an epidlenlo re dlo soretlnes matrrB prlvate nrBll ' Iaslteotlone, but oE tltue acl fu,cts wlll aot alloq uE to q;b lacl,lvlctual lnspgctlons of all prtvate wIls.

as

ff

Tre.nay

glva any fuGher tnfomatl,on pleaee adviEe ue.

By (llreoliloa

of tbe Dlreotor.

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Eorteby, I11.

9"y Irqly yoursr

l*tt*f

Erglneor.

Gopy

to: Mr. El: G. Grovee,

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F- trERGssoN. Chief Englueer

EUGENE B.

CLAar, Ba.cteriologlst Canr, C. LAxsoN. Chenist

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STATE OF ILLINOIS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

SANITARY ENGINEERING LABORATORIES


SPRINGFIELD

lc7

SAMTARY ANATJYSTS OX' WATER, I'ROM.-_-.-.....-.-_--._.----..gal$_w-.

Results'are givbn iri partS ger million unless otherwise stated.

Sediment
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10 cc.
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1.0 cc.

Confirmatory tests
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=llbe aDove resultq fnilfde!6 i,Ua-t tUe apple tantnated .anfl sas not ssfe for drluh..fug.purposes lben

of latel sar sor


the
sanB).e

ra8 coll6cteal,.

8AS'bf,

The statements on the reverse side are a part ol this opinioa.


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. STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH


SPRINOFIELD

DtvlaroN oF gANITARY ENGINEIRINO CHIIF AANI?AIY :NCINEER HARRY F, FEROUSON

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH


DIRECTOR

STATE OF ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD

DtvrstoN oF
SANITARY ENGINEERING CHIEF AANITARY ENGTNEER

ANDY HALL, M. D.
ADDREAS CORRESPONDENCE TO THE DIRECTOR

HARRY F. FERGUEON

SirbJecli:

iWACOiIPiN COUNIY-School

Dist.

I0Z March e0, 1950,

Water supplJ

NIr.

L. Wilhlte, of Schools, C'arlinville, fllinolso


YJr.

County Supt.

Doar

Sir:

'- -** -x;bi Ttr. G, Groreg;-"teacher at tbe Eickory Grove School, has"conferred wlth thls department relatlve to unsatlsfactory gcb.ool water supply. YJe ohave bad somo eorrespondence wtth you relative to this mattero

It is our understanding that la the paet there have been tno or more welle.located on the scbool property none of wblchfurniehsd a satisfactory supplif ancl'thqt for many years water hae been carrletl fron weLls located nearly a quarter of a nlle from tho schoolhouse'.
sltuation.
'r[e
o,.F

thls matter last

Englneer E.

A. Spafford of tbis

rl'epartmont rnacle an lnvestlgation of November anti se beLiovo that you are femlllar wlth the

insanita4r. The present souxce of supply for thls school ls a we11., loeated nearly e. quarter of a m1lb from the school. Although we have matle no ana\rsos from water takon from tbls weIl, lt le our und.erstandlng that the sanltary sunguntiings are such ae to render the water unflt for drinking purposes. -['rom a description of tho two wells whlih are usect more or less alteroatgly for-l watqp suppry purposes, we woulcl conclude tbat neither one 1s 1n a satisfactory cond,ltlon and that the present water supply ls unsafe antl lnsanltary.
Accord.lag to the Iaw, it 1s the duty of the county suporintendent tto lnspect aLl publicschool schooLs und.er hts supervisior and notlftrr ln wrlting before the flrst day of April tbe boarcl of school trustees or other boards ;* .---exerclsing sinllar functlons" whether the several schools ln thelr Jurlscilcti.on have or have not boen keBt as.'requlrecl by laws. ft ls the duty of tbe counly euperintend.ent of sehooJ.e to atlvise school boarcls' ln regard to ary detail ib the constructlon of scbooLhouses and thelr equlpmentr:.9speclally.-on the reqi1136mentg for ilightiigrventllationr'heating, seating, nater supply and tollets tand ,/' upon these matterg htgdvlce. ls obligatorXr upon the school offlcers. Tlhen,a county superintenalent flntls tbat a, school ls declcled\r deflclont tn coryIying with the minimum requiremotrts or speciflcations5lt ls hls duty to notlfy the. townsbip trusteeg and when the township trusteos a-re eo uotlfiett lt ls tb.e.Ii tluty to wlthhold, the gchoolts part of tbe dlstrlbutlve fund untll such tlme

are at a loss to underetantl wby tbe tnrstees of the sshool ttlstrict the county superlntendent of schooLs wlll take no action lu regarcl to acquirlng a safo a.trtl sanltar5r water suppLy for the school when the unsafe condltion of tbe present suppLy le brought to thelr attentlon.' The practtee of carrying wator for ecbool purposee and allowing it to stand at room temperature, more or less exposed. to contaninatlon, ls decldedly unsafe anal

as the requirements of the law have been comprlecL wlth.

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Mr. Tfllhlte. . . .
IfACOUPIN COUNIY

. . . ,

Wb appreciate the fact that county superlntendents frequently are reluctant to take actlon agalnst a school tllstrict because of the llabllity of lncurrtng the tll-wlll of some of tbe resldents. W belleve" bowerer, that thls {..fear should not stanal in the wey of issulng the necessary-Orctdis to effest an improvemont ln sucb a vltal natter as fa school water supplg and ne hope. that you w11I take it upon yoursel-f to exerclse tbe authorlty which you posEess., to the end that once ancl for aII this sehool water supplJ may be made safeo
.

,ifi' . '

There ls a posslbllity that'county superintendents of schools, realizing that g. gchool water supply ts unsafe and . ..'yiho take no action relattvs. to its improvement may be responslble for any deaths, that ocsur by reason of the use of such reater in the schools. There is always- a poseibillty of lb epld.dnic of serlous illnese from a prlvate well used. for semt-public purposes rwhich-is knorrn to be contarnlnatecl. We have not yet hatt. an opin:.on from the Attorney Geaeral on thls matter but hls opinlon relative to the responslbility of lntllvlduals ancl citles and the varlous officia-ls ln cltles for lIIness causerl by water supp-Iies ie weII clefined. ffe believe you shou16. sr'3ango a meetlng wltb the trustees, of Distrlct I0?, antl wlth !ir. Groveg and polnt out at thls conference. the necesslty for taklpg some actlon that wlll enable tbe school to be supplletl wlth a eatlsfactory antl

safe wat_err

W-e hope tFat you will glve prompt consicleratlon to thls matter advise ug of vrhat action ls taken.

ancl

very truly yours,

O*d,N"flA,f-

STATE OF ILLINOIS

DEPARTMENT
DIRECTOR

OF

PUBLIC

HEALTH

DlvlgloN oF
SANITARY ENGINEERING CHIEF AANITARY ENGINEER

APRINGFIELD
M. ADDRESA CORRESPONDEN"' DIRECTOR

ANDY HALL,

HARRY F. FERGUAON

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August 21, l95A

llr.

!/ilhite' Carllnvllle, I lllnois.


1,. E.
County

Suptt. of $chools'

Dear S1r':

water

to

d.otermine shether

Iour letter relatlve to an analysis of a sanple of or not it is safe to drlnk ls received.

The enclosed pamphlet "Hov to Judge the Sanltary Quality . of Private Water Supplios'r describes the procedure for having analysls nade and their value. If after reading this parnphlet you consLder the location and. construction of the source of the sater eatisfactory, ploaso filL in as. conpletely as possible and nall

the eaolosed bLue forn.

We sha1l review the information submitted. and lf it incllcates an unsatlsfactory source, we shall suggest improvements that should be nade. ff the Location and. constructlon appear to be satlsfactory, a sultablo container w111 be forsard,ed. so that you.. uray submit a eample of sater for analysls.

Thlre ls no expense to a person havlng an analysis mad.e except the parceL post and special dellvery charges on the shipnent to Sprlngfleld,.
By

tllrectlon of the Dlrector.


Yours very

truly,

Ttno.

gineer. being sent you P.S. In order to avoid delay Thursday for the collection of a sample of water on Llonday or Tuesday of next week. She infornation forxn nentioned above pl11 be enclosed. with the eontainer.

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snd'offloeri ol;thlg oorrtrtyr bav_e ,-utt cornplotcC ' tott on tbolr rcll to oornpl!' nttb itre euggbs.ttonr of the Dspartnont of, Publlo Heelth, $or-thet cll ootscotl$nt lro,)raBandcd havo hocn nade r I an irlttng to requeat that you. lcslL a eontalnir so tbat qn Bnalyrlc of, thell tatel oa.n br aado to fayc fcBcrr, 01erh of gobool Dl atrlct I{o. lOA, Oaillnvltl e
f11lnole.
Youre

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truly, of
.lctroolg

0ounty 8rrpt,
LEU;6P

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, ATATE OF ILLINOIT OF PUBLIg DEPARTMENT


DIiEG'OR

HEALTI{

olvlarox oF
CHIEI'ANITABY INGINIIi HARRY F. FEROUTON
'A$ITARY

INCIflIENINC

ANDY HALL. X. D.
ADDNEiS CORRETPONDINCE ?O T|.T DIFTC'OR

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It harr e htlcr fron Sr. f. l. illbltrr rrqocrtlas tbct ll ratil a coat*laor ts you ro thet yoo sy rubnlt e r$plr of retlr frsr tbc rall at Htobry $row $&sof Dlrtrlot t1O e. fooor{tlg to llr lritor thl,s wll ba bcm rroosrtruot.d. tr err rcu{lng yon todry r bottlo ll tllob ys E8y trb ttt rerplr aad rail lt to rr ou $6iley or fircrday of, ocrt rrlt" 3cforr dolag tbtarborctorr tt r!,tl br aeorrraty bcoauro of the rooent ooattruatloa *rk en tbr rrll to rtcrllln lt rooordln& to thc rartJrolh ootllncd ta tho odorrd lnaphlrt, A dct ot ohloilAe of ltrr ec outllmd ttrrreln rboglil bc appllrd to trhr lrtGr ln th rtll sril tb rcll lnryrd uuttl lhc oilor rod tmtl ql ltro shlorldr beve ompt tetry dtreplrrrcd. In lhtr nt yc, tlll, br rbl. tq fllnl,letf int oorlsltnr.tlm grorrnt ln tbe roll and e rcpr{Broltrtlto lsgplf'of tha lecotlag rrtrr flll be !.(FtCdr

Slailfy tffX o{rt tlr6 bleo laforst}ou forl cnolostd rLtb t}ra racple rnrl lndlo*to oa [t *c oqq]]rtetrt es porrlb]r the tnprorrncuh tbtal hlvc bcg rn*{lc or tbl! r$11,

.l roport oa tlo..ranr.lc rtll_br rollt to yoa s! soetr la poralblo rftfr !f'roo.lvo lt.

ly dlrcotton of tho : lrcstor.


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STATE OF ILLINOIS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH


DIRECTOn

.DlvlSloN oF
AANITANY EN('INEERTNG CHIEF SANITATT ENGIIIEER

SPRINCFIELD
CORRITPOXDENCE

ANDY HALL. M.

D.

HANRY F. FERGUAON AgDFII'


TO THE DIRECTOR

l*mBs|fqtr trfr.

lLSt
grialrl tlr IST

Irr $l illr*t Ssltallllrr tlllrtf Lry Ellr lrur lcttrr sf 0stcbll 9 laitsrtot tb.t th. ;11 rt Sll&oly $ror aobol, Dlltttft 1S! h*r lrea rgrlrcd, la ucerdmoc rltb rprslfloetlmr of tbc Sletr Dlputumt of Ps*ltc Eraltb n4 SsiCilng frm ths lsfsraetl* forn rblol $ra pnvl,eurly rort ur tb sellol tollrtr uo leoato& f* acq[ *on tbr lr11 ro a* to Eot l$rlntt ttepeCr ts thr tLlr {rycurutfy tbo eurpeuilcC nttrr aC rtrlitnnl osntellattgl lrft la tht lr11 fra* nahl*g ropalrs ed clemtrlt: oat ttp nIX uro qp .Il of tb lhl.erldp sf ltm sblob yor plaoed tn tb retgr beeausc tf uy cblorl{e ot llnn rmctnstl *ftrr aotlng qroa noil sd. stbol reftrlalr lt lodal oertrlaly &sru ktllod sll baatclle lE ths vatsl sdt rcnlel h*rt pro6.wr{ ratol rllcb mclil fi*l,F raf,.o
tFl fcllsr tnet tb rrll rtLt ;*qrtulc rrt* rhtob rlll nalyl. refo tf t!ts rell ls ratlrfaotsrtly ltrrtlttrd rltb sngflolact ahlortlrl sf llmr ffi tholrfola lscoamil tlat lmu purotracc c l8 ^mar el 1 poua{ on of ohlcrlio ot lls froa Srour ilr$tglstr fhtf Oblorllc of trlar ahaule lc frcsL. tbat trr lt shaald gtrre a fullCd o{lsl rhen tb as lo opeaed" Slr th firtlrc oa of chlsrtile sf llm lnto a pestc 80 r! to brcrr q r11 lqre , tbon dlcolro thla paete ln e b@het of *atcr, pour tho catlro golatlsn lnto ttp nll sd tt pomlblc ntr lt rlth thr tnate ln the roll bclnt aarefal noi lt rtlr ry nil ol rllt fron tb lottou rf tb mlL A.lloc tbo r11 to gtmd rrrr nlgst sC tb pq oct enotg[ rator *o tbot the rater rloes aot terte on ohlorlnr,

aaaLyzr *af,c

for (trntr[G. Af,tot rtcrlltrlnt th. nll ln thlo wsl" pleaoo ecnd ur aotlo! tqrlrr E contalacr tor r{rloh wlll b psll.od!, to tr/ou'
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lou brrc bcra vcry coopcratlta ln tbls nnattcr antl m bollevr berc thoreug[ly !cpr!rc& t]r r11 la qwetta. xb a!. tharcforo lrly itrelroc ef barlug tbls tcX.X. tbcrongbly etcrlllrcil so thet sqrlcs froa ths mll r1l1

tlractfta rf tbo Dlloctor.


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Copy

to: l. :;. ,i'ilhite Sr4rerintend.ent of chools tarlinville, Illinois

@rt

Dhcctor of Publlc Heatth

.'..- ANDY HALL, M.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
D.

HEALTH

SANITARY ENGINEERING' I.ABORATORIE . SPRINGFIELD


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HARRY F. FERGIUSON. CHIEF ENoINEER EUGENT 9. CLARK. EacrEntoloors?

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The statements on the rdverse Side aie baSecl not oor" or, the analytical iesults, fud-atdii'on the atescription of the soulce as furnished by you or alreacly on fiIe in this ofrce. i ,". ., (a) lf the water is unsafe to drink, the suppiy shouldtbeabantloneclforoneofknorinsafety'orthewaterbroueiht to a boil before use until tlre suggestecl chang:es or improyements have l)een made. : .l :==-Jb) Il-_the-soUfce. is not.qatisfactory,-the improvements.sugg:estecl should.be-macle-immecliately.-- r-'-i,- .f;i-:.'-.. (c) If the water is safe_, care sholrltl be exercised to protect the soulce of supply..flotl flrture-coutamination.

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','i: ,., BRIEF EXPLA$ATTON OF ANALYTICAL RESUf-TS. of human or animal A laboratoly examination of the watcr has been made to show the presence of vaste matter -or'germs of intestinal orig:in, If the water is contaminated by surface vash or selvagie, parasitii;intestinal'woims diseases, such as cause bovrel complaint, dialrlrea, dysentery oI typhoid fever, may be present in the lvater, thus enalan8ieringi the health of persons drinkinS: the water..,: :i,. ir: .i: .. :.,-i -,,r . Physical and Ghemical Test6: "Turbidi{y" througih "Ghlorine." A d6sirable wateil has an ittractive i,ipearance (no sealiment or turbiality) and has Do obJectionable,oclor or taste...9heTi-c?l .results.are give'n-ln parts per million. Tests: "Bacteria per ml." indicates the nunber of microd,rgianisms prcsent ln one cubic milliliter Bacteriological (mI.) of rvater (one-fourth of a teaspoonful). [lhe results at 37o. C (98' Ir,' bocly temperature) shorv dnly or may that por.tion of the total organisms.which wil,l grow at borly tetnperatule. These bacteria may . ... not be of intestinal ori8iin. . r'i ,, : '_ r. : -.11,-ri, ," "Bacteria of tlre colon group:" "Presumptive Test," A water containing: bacteria, of intcstinal origin, . if placeal in a sugiar brotl:l (laqtose) wiu ealse fermentation - and produbtion of glas. The presence of these bacteria in 10 ml. portions is indicateal by a * if gas in cobsiderable amounts is Broatuced, or by . . a ? -if ln only small amounts. ff no gas is produceal, indicateal.. by a "-, theqe bacteria are absent. test n'aS niade,, --'* ..j - .:.';'i, The numeral preceating the sign shows the mrmber of bb'rtions dn ., whichrthe .-i . r . ! ': slewage orgianisms ,are present. A f under the "Gonfirmatory Tests," inllicates thit intestiiiai or :' ' . 'l-.' :rlitl. slron' and threb poftions did -- .,.Dxample: 2+3- indicates that two 10 ml,' portions- bf, the -s.imple not slrow B.'coli plesent.
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ATATE OF ILLINOTA

DWIOHT H. GREEN. GOYER'{Oi

DEPARTHEIIT
noLAND
DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICE NO. 15

OF FUELIC i.

HEALTH
PROFESSIONAL ,sTAFF
DIATRICT HEAL?H'UFERIN'EIIDII|T

CFOEA, U. p,, DtREeroR gPRINGFIELD

CARLINVILLE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,


CARLINVILLE
TELEPHONE:265

COUNTIES: CALHOUN, GREENE. JERSEY,


MAGOUPIN, MORGAN AND SCOTT

FUILIC HIALTH IXOTXIEI PUILIC HEALTH NUitE }IIALTH D:Tfi''? 'UILIC

novmbcr 18, l94g

SubJcctr S0n0fiL$--Htosupln Comty {lcLory Orovc 8ohool, illst. RcLarpcotloa of rdl


Xlokory Grovr $chool, Dtet. ill0S Attr A.lvin Bosdoslrcr, Clerk
Board

y"I'O3

of Dlrrotorr

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Follcriag the rocclvlng of a rognrt of andyeir of a oraple of ;ater colXcstod fron the rcll at tha lllokory Orovr $ohool by Xr. Alvin Boedceker" e rolnapcctlon ras mado of thc roll on Xovemabor 13, 1942 to deternlnc lf lt io properly protccted. fron thlc rotnrpcctlon, rG conoludo trh*t the wcl} ls rubJeot to oontanlnatlon byr

a. $hallm ground rater sooprse rhloh nay ootar through cracka thrt cr:r tn the brtck rell Llnlag.

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b. Dust, ruLn and dog contanln*tlon that uay br reahod undcr thc ptmp b*ra end tato thc rell. o. ha3t, dlrt, lnrccta and blrd poll,utlon thet nry enter through thc opcnlng rround the prup rod at thc top of the PunP'
Inolorad lr a copy of tbo roport of rnrlSnla of, a racnplc oollcctcd by lJr. Alvtra Sooticcker, rhloh analyelo lndioatel that thc rrtcr weg relatively raf'a for drlaklag at the ttne of colleoti.op. Sotcver, thir ahould aot lead to the fa,lae: oonoluclon tlrat thr r*tor la tirc rr11 slll oontinuc to rcmd,n tafo. As long ag thc abovc llrted dcfcotc rmdn t,,ls mter rl11 be *ubJcct to c:rtranoe of oontaninatlon. at any tlnc.

Iu ordar to corr..ct thaae lanltery defectc at tha rsLl tc reaomsnd follwlng lmprovocaonte r

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DWIGET E. GREEN, Governor


DF;PARTIIENT Otr PI'BLIC qEALIE

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TAUDS O. WEABTT

SAMTARY ENGIITEERING LABORATORIFS


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The statements oo the reverse Side are basedngt o-ttly oq the analytical results, but also on the clescriptiou {l of the source as furnished by you or already oo fiiu in this office. It is furthir recommeoded as follows:

(a) If the water is unsafe to drink, abandon the supply for oie of khown'safety or bring'thd'wa:ter to a
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A laboratory'examination of the watbr has been made to show the preS'ence iji ab3'en6e of waste matter of human or animal origin. If the water is contaminated by surface wash or sewage, then parasitic intestinal worns, amebic cysts or germs of intestinal diseases, such as cause bowel complaint, diarrhea, dysentery or typhoid fever, may be present in the wate1, thus endangering the health of persons.drinking the water. The analytical terms and results are briefly explained as follows: Physical antl Chemical Testsj thrciugh '3Chlodde.tt A desirable'#a*r has an attractive appearance (no sediment or turbidity) 44d has no objectionable. odor o-r laste. Chpprcat results are given in parts per million (ppm). -; ,i 'i '. t t B"oit"riological Tests: - t'Bactdria per rnl." ind.icates the number bf micro6rgdiiit, pi*unt in ond 'milliliter (ml.) of water (20 drops) and the number which grew.in standar{.rnutriegt 'aEar at body temperature (37"C or 98"F). These bacteria may not be of intestinal origiri and the_refore may not be of sanitary importance. Occasionally the test plates are overcro'hded So.that'n-o lacterial count can 'fn such a be obtained. case the report ghgWs "fnnume-rable" indicating morq than 10,000 bacteria "Coli-type bacteriatt "Presumptive Testst' "Confirribtory Tdsfstt: A'bater containing bact'eria

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of intestinal origin (E. coli and A. aerogenes, also known as "coliform" bagteria), if placed in a sugar broth (lactose), will cause fermbntation and production of gds in 24'ot'48 hrs. By means of further laboratory tests the presence of these bacteria !n !0 ml..pogions !s indicated by a *, their absencO by a-. ihe numeril preceding the sign shows'ttfe*nuniiii:idt portions giving ihat result."

' did not show coli-type bacteria

Example:

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indicates that two 10 ml. portions of tbe sample did show and threeportions
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f,lre.sample in the laboiatory it requires from two to six days to complete th'e ianitary - After receip! of or bacteriological analysis. r3--*.*
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GRF;EN,

Govqlor

WILLIAM J. DOWNER,
CHIEF 9ANITARY ENGINEER EUGENE S. CLARK, BACTERIoLoGIaf

DEPARTMENT OF PIIBLIC EEALTE SANITARY EI{GINEERISG LABORATORIN


SPRIIYGTIELD

JAMES G. WEART, JR.,


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CONCERNING THIS SANITARY ANALYSIS


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

(b) If the source is not satisfactory, make the zuggested improvements immediately. (c) If the water is safe, take care to keep it safe by protecting the zupply against contamination.
A laboratory examination of the water has been made to show the presence or absence of waste matter of human or animai origin If the water is contaminated by surface wash -or sewage' then parasitic intestinal -wonns, as causs bowel complaint, -diarrhea, dysentq( or typhoid fwer, of intestinal diseases, ot germi -in the "q& "yttt "..1i" 'water, the health of persons drinking the water. The analytical terms pt thus eqdangering be .rnt may and results are briefly orplained as follows: 3'Chloride.tt A desirable water has an attractive Physioal and Chemical Teste: tt$sdirnendt through (no sediment or turbidity) and has no objectionable odor or taste. Chemical results are given in parts
"pprutuii"" per million (pp-). Baoteriological Tests: "Bacteria per ml." indicates the number of microdrganisms present.in-one milliliter (it.) of water (20 drops) atd the number whic.h grew in standard nutrient agar at body temper; ature'(3FC or 98.6bF). fh'ese bacteria m9y not be of intestind origi-n and therefore- may not be .of sanitar| importance. Oicasionally ttre_ test plates are -overcrowded so that no bacterial count can be obtained. In such a case the report shorrs "Innumerable" indicating more than 10'000 bacteria Per ml. ttColi-t1pe baateriatt "Presumptive Tests" "Confirmatory.-Teststt:-A water--containing bacteria of intestinal origin (E. coli and A. aerogenes, also known as "coliform".bacteria), if placed in a sug"ar broth (lactose),-will cause ferstentation ind pro{uction of.-gas in-Z4.or 48- hours. {f -means of furtf,er laboratorv test; the prsence .of these bacteria in 10 ml. portions is indicated by a *, their absence portions giving that result. by a -. The numeral preceding the sign shows the number of Example: 2+3- indicates that two 10 ml. portions of the sample did show and three portions did not show coli-type bacteria present., After receipt of the sample in the laboratory it requires from two to six days to complete the sanitary or
bacteriological analysis.

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STATE OF ILLINOIS
VERNON L. NICKELL
SUPERIN1rENDEN|r OIl. PUBLIO INSTITUCTION

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RI]RAI SCHOOT ANNUAL REPORT AND APPLICATION FOR RECOGNITION


For School Year L944-L945 To be filed by all districts with one or two teachers This report is to be made in tripUcate by the teacher and signed by both the teacher and the clerk of the board. The teacher is to keep one copy for the files of the school. Not later than October 1st, two copies are to be delivered to the-county superintendent of schools who, in turn, will forward_a coly to thb State Office. For assistance in filiing in the report, see the Rural Elementary School Handbook, Office of Superintendent of Publie Instruction
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Date of last credits earned-/!g-Q- If you have less than two years of college credit, have you completed five semester hours since Sept. L, L94!?-----:, a -rJ--^-2nd. Teachr -Add.ress Type of Certifica in other schools------Years in this school -Years.of Traini Salaiy this year.------.- Salary last yearFIf you have less than two years of college Date of ]ast credits earnerl

Clerk of the
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Cloakrooms provided-Safe and sanitary water supply------7. Toilet and lavatory facilities 'Walls and ceiling decorated and clean--8. 9. Adequate window space----10. Light from left (or left and rear) 11. Adjustable window shades---L2. Condition of floors--13. Approved heating system---| c-lL4. Means of humidifying the air---------15. Means of proper ventilation16. Blackboards and bulletin boards--------17. Adequate fiodr space18. Safety against fire------il. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES I I
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Ample playground space----Building painted on outsideBuilding in good repair- --------------i

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EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES (Continued) i Duplicating facilities-------.i 7. . Movable, adjustable seats--------------"1 8 Audio-Visual aids------:-----------j----l 9. Adequate play equipment--------------.1 _ 10' {ffiitorial supplies and housekeepinc---.i 11. Frained art pictures--------12. First aid kit---properly placed---j-----.- t3. Thermometir 14. Clork in good.repair---15. Flags properly displayed-16. Textbooks and supplementary

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General Training Training and Experience in Rural Fields Professional Interest and Growth---_-_.

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1. Correlation of Subject Matter---2. Pupil Activities-----3. Subject matter made meaningful_______ 4. Follows State and County Plans_---____ 5. Health &',Phys. Ed. Prorgam----------.
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DESIRABLE FEATURES . Are there indoor. toilets ? Whai type ? Does school have'a raaiot-- fiZArtificial 'Warm lunch prorrti,g, ?4 Expla Special health progrd*? Are there insect ,."".rr\, fot doo(J and window rz /O
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Co. Supt.

Asst. Supt. of Pub. Inst.

(6?690-4rnf-T-44)

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