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Failure to file this Report in the Superintend-entered ent's Office will be in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your
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.
Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher

lii[rite Answers to the following Questions: fs your daily program posted up in your

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

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it
accurately.

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you have not a Classification Register in your School let me lnou at nnce; 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.

Study the plan given below and follow

should show the status of each pupil at the- close of. each term each being classified in the grade which he has jtst finisled. 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.

school room? /7.-/-z-'4 Do you make daily preparation for your

'work?

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

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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 Term."
also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed,"

Do you sperili at least fifteen rninutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades ? Third and Do you Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language 4/r,rf work ? Do you give Number Work to the lower grades daily? .'zzt . '

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

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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

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(NoaE-statcwhatyour scbool nccds in aDpantus, blackboard!' ctc.; als givc lhc naocs ot Irupik not providcd with books, naming thc books nccdc,l. Sug' gctwhcrcin tbc County Supcrintcndcnton co-oDcratc with yo[ for lltc advanccmcnt of your sch@I. ctc.)

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DAILY PROGRAM
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TEACFIER'S SUMMARY REPORT


ITEMS OF REPORT

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Average daily attendance

Total No. days absence

No.

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No. neither tardy nor

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Failure to file this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be -entered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
This reporting sheet corresponds to a page of ybur Classification Register (not .rt tteudance Registe) ; please fill it out with ink from your Classification Register and return it to me at the end of the last month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection. Study the plan given below and follorv it accurately.

the names, corresponding to each numberr' in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difficult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the classifica-

Iflrite Answers to the following Questions:

Isyour daily program postecl up in your


school room?

If

you. have

not a Classification Register in your

School let ne lnow 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 znce, so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

in the grade which he has justfnisficd. 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 oif Promotion and Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps. 9th. Be just and fair in your markings, neither too high nor too low, so as to avoid clashing or opinion by successive teachers.
each term each being classified

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

Do you make {aily preparation for your ;" work p // Do you gi?e Oral Language Lessons to

the First and'Second Reader classes, and


havethern writefrom ten to twenty minutes
^ dail) .Do you sp6nd at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in rvriting to r .r ./)

How to Classify Your School in the Classification Register.


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

all grades? ' Do you

in which grade of the Course each pupil has most of. his work, and classify him in that grade. If he has not all. of his studies in this grade, mark the grade in rvhich such other studies are found,
.

includes. 2d. Ascertain

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

the Third and Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week'besides other language work Do you give Nott{6"t Number Work to the lower grades dally? 4 Do you try to decdrate your school
room?

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

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

for

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

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

4th. The
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"syllabus

of

Classes" shows every

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

lfication of

All pcrsons are mncd against making or publlshlng thie blank, or any mod' it as it bclongs to a scries consi8ting of "Wclch's systcm of sulct. vision," atrd i8 urdcr copyrighL

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TEACHER'S SUMMA.RY REPORT


ITDMS OF REPORT Tine

DAILY FROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION
Lcngth Bcginr

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reporting sheet corresponds to a page of your Qfassification Register (not I ttindance Reg;ster) ; pliase fill it out with ink from your Classificaiion Register and return it to me at the end of the last month of

the names,__corresponding to each nurhber, in the column of "Names of Pupils." r 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most difrcult, 3nd should be made with much iare.

Write Answers to the,foltrowing Questions:

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Study the plan given below and follow

It will

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Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left by their predecessors without good reason. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status .of each pupil at the close of each term each being classified in the grade which

school room?

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aciurately. not a Classification Register in your School let me lnout at once; also informlhe Presiienr of your School Board or your Director.

it

he has justfnis/ted.

The Register

intendent's officePlease endeavor to have a R'egister provided for your school at.nnce,'so that all the schools may be classified before the end of the term.

can be obtained at the County Super-

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 arid Monthly Reports to Parents may be found to be valuable helps.

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school to any

work ? Do you gi the First and Second Reader classes,


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have them write from ten to twenty minutes

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

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How tg Classify Your School in the Classification Register.


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

1st.

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has nost of. his work, and classify him in that grade. If he has not all of his studies in this grade, mark the grade in which such other studies are found,

includes.

qnder the headings for these respective studies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and passed a satisfactory examination, credit him with it in the column of "studies Completed this 'ferm,"
also record it in the "Record of Studies Comoleted."

Do yorY spend at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to allgrades? ! Do you have those ir{ the Third ancl Fourth Reader'grades r.vrite at least one letter each r,veek besides other language n work Do you $ive Number. Work to the lower grades daily?

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

Register. This recori should

school. The graduating of

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

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

for

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

4th. The "Syllabus of

Classes" shows every

All pclsons arc wamcd agllnst miklng or publlsbing thls blank, or any mod. I6cation of it, ar it bclongs to a scrics consisti[g of "Wclch's Systcm of Supc]. vision," ud is utrdcr coDyrigbt

Teacherts Remarks to Superintendent ,t4


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DRAWING

Failure to filu this Report in the Superintendent's Office will be -entered in his Record against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
sheet, corresponds to a page of your 9lassification Register (not t! ttindance Reg,stir) ; please

the names, corresponding to each number, in the column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. The frst classification of any school is the most dificult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the classification left by their predecessors without good redson. 6th. The classification as left by each teacher should show the status of each pupil at the close of. each term each being classified !n the grade which

Ilrite

Answers to the following Questions:

^-T!t_t reporting

fs your daily program posted up in your

fill it out with ink from your Classificalion Iiegister and return it to me at the end of the last month of the term. It will be kept for public inspection. th-" plan given b_elow and follorv it aciurately., lgdy !f you have not a Classification Register in your

school room?' Qfo t. Do you make do(ly pr.p^ration for your

he has justfnisfied.
'

School let ?ne inlu at once; also inform the President of your School Board or your Director. intendent's ofEcePlease endeavor to have a Register provi_ded for your school at nnce, so that all the schools -may be classified before the end of the term.

The Register

can be obtained at the County Super-

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.

7th. A pupil changing from one

school to any

work ? Ql. z, 'T Do you give Oral Language Lessons to the First and Seconcl Reader classes, ancl have them write from ten to twentv mi en h t daily I

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

9th.

just

opinion by successive teachers.

How to Classify Your School in the Classilication Register.

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

Do you spend al minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all srades? 0) '. /l Do you havb those in the Third and Fpurth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language

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

<*0. Do you give'Number Work to the lower grades daily? 0/ ' ,.


Do you try to
clecoflate

workT ) e,

*4 - nr

your school

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

rooml

school. The graduating of

from "dropping out" of school. Diplomas

classes is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

7*

for

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

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

4th. The

"Syllabus

of

Classes" shows every

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

All pcrmns are wamcd against making or publishing this blank, or any mod. l66tion of it, as it belongs to a eerics coneistiog of "Wclch's systcm of supcr.
vlsion,r' and ls uadcr copyrighc

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TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT
ITEMS OF REPORT

Teacherts Remarks to Superintendent


(Norrstatc
what your sb@l nccds in apprrrtus, bhkboards,
ctc.

DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSION
lEc

i als
Leqth
Mirqter

givc thc namcs of Dupils nct providcd with b@ks. naming tbe books ncclcd. Srggcst wbcrcin tbc County sopcrintcodcnt qn co-opcrllc witb you for tlrc advanccmcnt of your schmt, ac.)

'"No. pupils enrolled


.l

Begiu

ir

CIu a-z.e.

BRANCHES

q:'bo

'No. non-resident pupils enrolled lTotal No. days attendance


ri

q;0r /o 1.'t; /0

6-z.elz-a'razal.

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r$t
16'0

/i

tr.t,. +-dJ

Average oally aEenoance


ti

q: Jlo

I
davs absence cases tardiness

/0 /S

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6t-!s1.!*,

lTotal No. l''


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; No.

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neither tardy nor absent

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llValue of school apparatus

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ttt57
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in

library

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I

f'No.

tiuins trees on s

ouna

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AFTERNOON SESSION
ta i3o t tA i3d to tx. ;4i /()
I

tztl,

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No. of d^v,

tuuebt | 2 (.
^onth
# -? fpupil

rC it6'

Compensation of teacher pr,

to 't:',oi I O. t, '/ I O.
t, 'rlo /o l:l io /0
i00

r(*.
6Eqr.

, t[, tth.

8-u.,

Average cost of tuition per month per

,i 3o lo

t) J6'

d-

$Lh. "rd.
eL/-,
'6tq".

iI
t 't I
I

Percentage

of

Attend

/ aa.,
8U".

CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE AND WITHIN REPORTS ARE CORRECT

2i tf
3l 26'
30

/0,

Teacher

lli
No.
/7d--

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3, '30

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Copyrigbt by W. M. Wclch

at(

in the SuperintendFailure to file this Report -entered ent's Office will be in his Ricord against the Teacher as Dereliction of Duty.
Classification llegister (not / ttendance Rcg;tter) ; please

the namesr-_corresponding to each number, in the i column of "Names of Pupils." 5th. r The "frsr classification of any school is the most dificult, and should be made with much care.
Succeeding teachers should not change the classifica-

Ifrite

Answers to the following Questions:

This reporting sheet .orr"Lond, to a page of your

fs your daily program-posted up in your

tion left by their

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

If

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

Study the plan given below and follow

it

accurately.

be has justfnislted.

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

6th. The classification

predecessors without good reason.

.school room?

other in which this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, which will enable the teacher whose school he enters to

7th. A pupil changing from one school to any

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

t' work? /l), /t

Do you make dailjfpreparation for.your

intendent's offce. Please endeavor to have a Register provided for your school at nnce, so that all the schools may be ;lzssified before the end of the term.

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

9th.

Be

too high

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

daily

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
includes.

2d. Ascertain in which grade of the Course each pupil has mzst of. his work, and classify him in that grade. If he has not all of his studies in this grade, mark the grade in which such other studies are found,
passed a satisfactory examination, credit

Do you at least fifteen minutes daily in giving special drills in writing to all grades? Do you Fourth Reader grades write at least one letter each week besides other language

work? -

',

.9.1*

under the headings for these respective srudies. (See sample form in Register. ) 3d. When a pupil has completed a study and in the column of "Studies Completed this Termr"

Do you give Number Work to the


lower grades datty? ./|y''

him with it

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

room?

Do you try to d""{r^t your school

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

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

from "dropping ouC' of school. Diplomas for

graduating- of classes is one of the greatest_incentives that can be used in keepingpupils

school. The

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

ificatim of it, visim," md i!

All

rc wmcd acaild mLire c pubhhire thi! blul. c aqy modto a sie eudsting of "Wddr'r Syrro of Supcrudd opyright.

u it bclog!

Teacher's Remarks to Superintendent


grve thc

TEACHER'S SUMMARY REPORT5


ITEMS OF REPORT

DAILY PROGRAM
I*3rt!
Mingta

(Nore-Strtc what your rchol ueed: io apparatu, blacLboards, ctc; alro nma of purilc uot proviH with bokr, uaming thc bolr nccdcd. Sug-

got whucin the County Supcriotodcat


mcnt of your rchml, etc.)

q!

co-opratc with you for thc advane-

t!

No. pupils enrolled No. non-resident pupils enrolled


Total No.
days attendahce

tr lo

Average daily attendance

to r{ /0
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ts
l0 tf
t

Total No.

days absence

No.

cases tardiness

0;:
a:s

ttr

No. neither tardy nor

t0:,1

absent

U:O

tf,

to to to t0 t4

u},

?u
64u,

apparatusNo. volumes in libraw h)^t-Lt


Value of school

'

No. living trees on

ground

r T--v^
/20

- rn o
-

qtl.
,r%

3nL,

t0 3o

AFTERNOON SESSION

Whole No. of days taught


Compensation of teacher per

'

month-4p",
pupil

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?u.

la DJ,
/t r{ /o tf r{

to

//J.4,.

Average cost of tuition per month Percentage

ffi a-el
1,d..

of Attendance--,

/o to to

CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE AiID WITHIN REPOTTS ARE CORRECT

iriW
I od^. I sn4

tb
Township

ls4'"

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I

Cogyright by W. M. Wclch

Report
Fo, t/rr.-'

of

Classification, Standing, Advancement and Attendance


ItIo. /-7

'Of School in District

J-utnJ

,o*rroriog

Tr.t, /,

-,

'State

of Illinois, County
and

/g/4,

endingl

School was

in SesionJL,'

Days.

SYLLABUS OF CLASSES

NAMES OF PUPIS

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HISTORY
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GENERAL

9u,

EXERCISE

reacher,s
(NOTE--Sugget

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co-opcntc with

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1,,:

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whcrcin the County Superintcn&nl the odvanemcnt of your rchwl, ctc.) .

AFTERNOON

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Number of non-resident pupils enrolled,

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Whole number of pupils enrolled,

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Total days attendance,


Average daily attendance,

B"ys f t|1{
Boys Boys

Bous

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Girls
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,Girls

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Number of days absent,

. ;,.i

. :.

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

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,Total

V7

of

library

General condition of school room

Number of trees on school ground in thrifty condition Condition of out buildings, Boys' Condition of out buildings, Girls' Condition
Coa!

A-^l-

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House

Teacher's salary per monthr'$

e.f

r;- | '* Cz-L ' '

Numbgrof
General

Visits;Superintenden O

, SchoolOficers /

, Others

Total

hereby certify that the above report

ot sa.a st't,

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Syllabus oI Glasses

Repo,rt of Classifrcation, Standing, Advancement and Attendance

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Failure to File this Report in the Superintendent's Ofrce will be entered in his Record against
the Teacher as a Dereliction of Duty. This reportinE sheet corresponds to the classification secti6n of iour Combinecf Register; please fill it out with ink from your Register and return to me at

the end of the lasi month- of the term' It will be kept for public inspection. Study the plan given below and-follow if accurately. If you have not a Cornbineil Register in your School let -m-e lmow at
or youl Director. intendent's office.
The Reg'ister can be obtained at the County Super-

once; also inf6'rm the Piesident of your School Board

has iust finished. In makins vour recommendations in ttie section at right of nFages Canvassed this. Term," be just. This section classifies this school for vour successor. l\Ial<e no recommendations that you-would not folow scrupulously were you to continue rvork in this school next term. 7th, A pupil changing from one school to any other in rvhiclh this Register is used, may receive from his teacher a certificate of his standing, lvhich will enable the teacher whose school he enters to classify him without. examination.

Write Answers to lhe Following 0uestions:

1.

Is your daily program posted up in your

Please endeavol to have a Register provided for youl school of once, so that youl school may be classified before the end of the term.

8th. Certificates of Promotion and 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 opinron bv successrve teacners.

work?

----Do yo

3.
them

the First and SecondReaderClasses, and have

IIow to Classify Your School in the Classification


Register.

The following rvill assist you in making your Report accurately: the sum of the days of lbsence of all pupils enrolled Do not count the days a pupil was during the term. "dropied" as ttdays of absence." When a pupil is "dlotrped" he is not a membel of your school anil henci-cannot be considered as "absent" in the sense in lvhich 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 pupil comes before the close of the forenoon recess' iount him tardy only; but if he should not anive until after the forenoon recess, count hinr absent a half. day. Observe the same rule fol the afternoon
sessron.

write from ten to twenty minutesdaily?

Total Number of Davs of Absence-This will

be

number of forms aird the work that each form includes.

1st.

Read the course of study carefully; noticd the

4.

Do you spend at ffeast

fifteen

rhinutes

2d. Ascertain in which form of the Course each pupil has most of the rvork, and classify him in that fofm. If he has not all of his studies in this form, mark the form in rvhich 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
passecl a satisfdct6ry examinatibn, credit him lvith it in the column of "studies Completed this Term," also record it in the "Record of Studies Completed," in the back nart of the ReEister. This record shoultl show everi study which Each pupil completes, until he finishei the Course and graduates from the district school. The graduating of classes is one of the Ereatest incentives-that can Ee used in keeping pupils

daily in giving special drills in writing

in all
o-

from "droppinE out" of school. Diplornas for graduation rvili be Eurnished by the County Superintendent for all pupils who finish the course of study.

The "syllabus of Classes" shows every class in each study, dnd the pupils (indicatedby-numbers) 6elonging t6'it; also the pages canvassed- b-y each class tur-ins th6 term. The narnes of pupils belonginq to each- class mav be found by referring to the nimes, corresponding'to each numbel, in the column of "Narnes of Pupils." 5th. The first claspiflcation of any school- is the rnost difficult, and should be made with much care.
Succeetline tdachers should not change the classification left bn their predecessors without good reason. 6th. Th-e classi-fication as left by each teacher sirouta show the status of each pupil at the c-lose of ua"fr te"* each being classified in the grade rvhich he

4th.

Total Number of Days of Attendance-This will be the surn of the days of attendance of all pupils enrolled durinE the term, The total number of days of attendance,-plus the total number days of absence, should ALWAYS equal the total number clays of membership. This fact will enable ]'ou to tcst the accuracv of your results. AveraEe Daily Attendbnce-This is found by dividine the total days of attendance by the number of davs lauEht. Alwavs expless thc quoticnt as a whole nu-mber. A fractio:n that is less Uran a half should be dropped, but a fraction that is a half or

ink in Writing

6.

Where do you expect to teach next term

more should be called 1. Number Violating Compulsory Attendance LawThe larv requires all pupils between the ag_es of seven and sixteen to attend school regularly at least twenty-foul consecutive weeks. It does not apply to pupils rvho live more than two tniles from school. - Whole Number of Days Taught-Count every day fol rvhich you drarv pay as taught. Average-Cost of Tiriiion per Month per Puqit This is found-by clividing the am-ount paid fhe teacher per rnonth by the average daily attenclance for the term-

not at present have a position for next term, will you notify this office as soon as you get the promise of a position-and

7.

Ifyou

do

give the name of the school? Vacation

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Address:
t-, -A/.,=zr{t,

city -

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TEACl|ER'S RElv|ARKS TO SUPTRIl'lTEIIOEIIT


apparatqs' blackboer'le'l pupils not provided with books, -naming "to.i;l;;;iv; ih; -namts-of Sugiest wherein the countv su-per-intendent can iii'b"l,ti"-tiiJo-,iit. ce.operate lvith you for the advancement ot your sch@i, etc',

TEA. HER'S SUSI

ItYR PORT
2rn-/-6,

1
I

DAILY PROGRAM
FORENOON SESSIO,N

t t t I

(NorE- state

wh',

"oo]lilrlJlin

ITEMS OF RDPORT

1.

nupils enrolled
irince

Whole number different

2. . Whole riumber different

Julv 1

to

date

3.'Nb. enrollednotpreviously enrollcd


this school vear

pupils enrolled this term

in thii

county

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4. Number of pupils belonging at date of this report 5. N-umber pupils dropped this term and not returned 6. Number enrolled between 7 and 16 years of age 7. Number non-resident pupils enrolled 'Nirmber
8.
9. 10. 11. L2. 13.

/o lsil,
. -;=
AFTERNOON SESSION _

to

I t,a'{

t I

pupils previously -eslewhere enrolled this term Total number days of membeship Total number days absence Total number days attendance Total number cases tardiness Average daily attendance Number neither absent nortardy Number violating compulsory

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Average cost of tuition per month for each pupil ---I


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18. Compensation of teacher per*monlh--a:-. 19. Number volumes in library - - [ll't*4zl::y'- -=A4tL 20. Number living trees on grggd---A-.tzffl 2L. Has your school a nag? ----r(!4r-'---- ---I certify thq&-pfig above and withip reports gre correct
T eacher - - - -' R. E. D. No. ----

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Report of Classification, Standing, Advancement and Attendance of schoor in Dhtricr No.:-./--25- --s.ui ----.--- -coyrw ottQana-u$'t2n----:------------"t---fl-41ab"-=i.*.--rlor *e ---2SK-A,tz--- ------commencing- --;&*A-t-. s-- -!s./-6, *,t endir,e--44)z&,- L---19-l7 school w& itr seesion--1-S-1----Dava
BRANCHES
Othe'r Credits

SYLLABUS OF CLASSES

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NAMES OF PUPILS
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Enrollment for the year by grades. (Do aot count any pupil more t'han once.)
lst Yr.
Znd Boys

Yr.
Ghls

3ril Yn
Boys Gtrls

4th Yr,
Boys

Sth Boye

Yr.
Girls

6th Yr.
Boys

9th Yr.
Boys Gtrts Boys Ghts

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Boys Gtrl6

llth Yr.
Boys

12th Boys

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Girls

Boys

Girl6

Glrls

Glrls

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Girls

Gids

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Total: Elemeotary....

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Acfira.l aumber of days sclrool was in session:.........1ft..9........,.............


MALE FEMALE
AOTAL

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
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Whole number of difierent oersiorui emoloyed as teachers io this buildine for the whole or part of . . . .:. . . .. the year, who have aot b'een transfeired to aaother building in tbis dGtrict

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Number of eighth grade graduates or promotions Number of elementary pupils paying tuition. Number of high school gracluates Number of high school tuition pupils.
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Admiaistrative oficers (does aot apply to one-room districts):


(a) Superintendeats who do no teachiag

(b) Principals aod Supervisors who teach less than half time...
10. Teachers and principats who teach fialf time or more (if more than one persion has room, only count the one teaching the loager part of the term) . .

taught ia a
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11. Totalnumberofteachingpositions (sumof9and10) (showoalytheactualpositions) .......... 12. -Teachers'quali$cations: Number gractuates of a College eld State
A Normal School?.............O,............... A four-year high school?............0..'..............
............0.,.............? A State Normal school?........0
ance of each teacher at work at end of

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If

not a graduate, how many have attencled a

college?

fuL........ A llich Scnootl.....O):*,...........


11 above.)

(Give oaly highet gracluatioa or attend,-

term. The total must corespoad with No.

13. Amount of annual


(If a position
served

longest,)

sala.ry earnecl has been held by more than one persion, give as annual salary

the sum earned by all, but count the one (man or woman) who
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14. Total days'atteadaace of all pupils

enrolled.

...1... 8 1.8.#

L7. Number of sittings for study (capacity)

(double seats to be counted as two sittings).... . .

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U

2.0.............
$..................................

18.

Value of school (a) Siies and

property, buitdiags.
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.

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

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L9. Give length of .seryice in this district of
teachers holtling positions

at

close

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A 1yr,?...-,...-..............2yrs.?.....1)..W-:.

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17yn.?.............,.....,..18yrs.?..'......'.......'..19yrs.?.20yrs.oqmore?'......''.....'.(Timelesst,hanayearistobecountedoney.) 20. Promotioa of health aad attendance:


(a) Number of inspectors employecl:
(b) Number of truant officers

employed: Men.................
August,
1973.

Women-............ ..
.7. .6 0 0.
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Total..
8.........L. A. 0........
6 D....,..........,..,..... j.....

2L. Amount of all taxes

leviecl for school purposes, made

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zz. of bonderl uuuusu uuEuls|uN, inclebtedness, JUJ 1, tzl!. 22. ruo|uu Amount Ul July lt

79L4... ..

.ffi

23. Number of volumes in library

exclusive of supplementary rsading booh for class use. . . ,MattU.r-ta,

24.

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

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-

employed. enrolled..

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.Meo.....

Women......

Total-..-.... ....*.....

.Boys........... ......... Gir1s.........--. ... .......

Total......-.

...

25.

Nrrmber of persoas between the ages of t2 and.ZI who are unable to reacl and write.

26. I{ave you any departmental


27.

Amount of endowment or permanent funtl beloneine to this clistrict S;............................. (If you are unable to obtiia the information canedfor in questions 18, 2L, 22, 24, 25 atd 27 tecdtly,let the items remain blank.) (ovse)

29,
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SAI,ARIES OF TEACMRS.

the follorrng table the nuraber of teachers in day se,hools patd the difereat anasst salades.

Er.purxranv
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Women

SEcor,roanY

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Meo

Women

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Womea

Meo

Womeo

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$399...
S499...

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$599...

$l'699.

S600to $699....
$799

to $1'799

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S999...

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$1,100 to

Total

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NOTICE.

one copy with the derk of Ma^keoutthis report ia duplicate, except the school board and mail the other opy to the cnunty superinteadent at the close of school In districts haviog two or more buildings aatl a superinteadeat, only oae copy is to be made bythe Principal of each building and fled with the mailed to the County Supeciaten6ent who is to ooosolidete the eeieral t potet a,ntl make one c!,py for the Clerk of the school board aod oae to bo

ia ilistricts baving two or more buildiags antt a superintendeot, and file

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Supe'rintenilent

TEACHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
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N;.................1 ....L...:)...................................1.........'..'......'..oountv,
All BstPeE 6 a,gd 21 Yea^rs of Age.

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Date of Censue:
Juae......--....,r...........1917

BoyslGbiolTotal

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4th Yr.

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Glsls

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Boys

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Boys Graod Total

Boy8

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Boys

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12th Yr. Boys

Boys

Glrls

Glrls

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Ghl6

Glrls

Brys

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many of the above were enrolled in some other district of this State before enrolling in this How ^tir#Afiil; ........8oys...-..:.....cir1s......:::-Total.F.... d; yea,r...

g.I,ogthofschoolyeafiomonths:..........7Actualnunberoftlays 4. Nunber of vacancies causecl by death?......;=.....Resignation, etc?......i;:= Change of teachers for spriog term?....)..... Total""')""""""' ....Boys.......""""Gir1s":""'""""Tota1""':-' .:..... 5. Number'of eighth gradegraduates or promotions 6.Numberofelementarytuitionpupilsattendingthisschool...Boys.,......'.',....Gir1s................To.l..'......''.. ?. Number of high school graduates. ..... 8. Number of high school tuition pupils attending this school. . . . . . . .Mm....""""""'Wo'ne-"""""Tota1""""""" g. Superiotentlents who do no teaching (applies to grade schools only).. . . . . ' .Men.....'..........Women""" "'Tota1""""""" halJ (gratle . only). schools time 9a. Priocipals and Supervisors who teach less tha,n 10. Teachers aod priocipals who teach hall time or more (if more than one pexson has taught in a room , _ - t only couat tn" o"" teachiog the longer part of the term) ' ' .Men................Women...,1.....Tot41"'I"" "" Ll. Total number 6f fsaching positions (sum of 9,9aand10) (show only the actual positions)..........1vlen....'...........Women...1'....'tot f.'.1""""' t2. Qualifcatioas of teachers: Number graduates of a C-ollege aatl State Nlormat A four-year High School only?.,...................... If not a gracluate,Obow ma,ny have attended a college? A Normat School only?... A State Normat School?.'.'.....'. A High School?.'.'..."..
(Give only highest graduation of, atterldarxce of each teacher at work at end of

term.

The totat will not be more than No. 11 above')

13.AnountofannualsaIaryearnedbyteachers:Men,$....'............'....'.; (If a position has been held by more than one persoo, give as annual salary the sum-earned by all for the teacher holding the position longest.)

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

....

i.

Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund..

.....'......

Total amount contributed


.'.....

t7. Number of sittings for study (capacity)


*19. Value of school (a) Sites aatt

.......-PobJb. 1 ..***d................'...r"t'1".'f .. g^"LF/<frr*tfitil'=. .{ 0. (double seats to be counted as two sittings)


-

builtlings.

property:

Total..
19.

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.rs . . .

$"'3'Cff-1)""
..

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Give length of service in this district of teaohers holding

1Z

yrs.?.................. 18 yrs.?.................. 19 yrs.?.................. 29 yrs. or more?................ (Count part of a yea,r as a year') found a.frected?........................Number of homes visited by

2o.PromotionofheaIth:Numberofnursesemployed?..............'.Physicians?................Amountpaidnurses?...''''.'.....'.....
Number of pupits exa,mined for physical defects or contagion?........................Number
aurse or inspecting ofrcer?............'...........

promotioa of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?................Mo?.........".,.'.Women?................ Amount paid truant offcers?"""""" arrested and Nrmber of childern oot attending school between the ages of ? aott 14?.................... 14 antl 16?..........'......... Number of chilclren plrre<1iocha,rgeofteacher?.......'..'....'....Nrrmbersentenrcetlbyacourt?.'......,.....'..''.Numberofschoo1aadagecertetg *21. Anouat of all taxes levied for school pu4roses, made August 1916...

$"""'l|"6'8'A

42.

$"""'Lh:(Id""' ''' 't '' Lmorlatof boaded ia<lebtedness, July 1, tgtT . .. 23. Numbor of vo6nes in library exclusive of supplementary readiag books for ctass u5s.e4r)t).fla"t ^rlpf\ l'f '6' ' ' ' ' Number 24. Number of prfuate schools in the districtl.\r.ns-.. Number of teachers employed?................ Men?...'.........."TVomen?""""""""" Boys?"""""""" (9th 12th): to of pupils eorolled ia elenfltary grades (1st t" sth), Boys?.................... Girls?,............... Seconila,ry Grades
Girls?.................... Cotlqe Grade (13tr to

16th):

Boys?

Girls?""""""""""

?5.Nunberofpersonsbetweentheagesof12and21whoareuaabletoreadanc[write:Boys....................GifIs........'..,........To..................'.....
26, Haveyou aay departmental teachiog *22. -*-(D;;;t-;.*di#;;;*k -' Amouatof endowmentorper.manentfunclbelongiagtothisttistrict

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(nottownshipfund)..:...-....

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29, SALARIBF'OF
Eater in the followine table fte number of teachers

TEACEERS.

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ElpuBNreny
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Ser.enrss

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Wonen

Meo

Women

Men

Woaeu

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$299. .. $399.

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$1150) to $1.,599.

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

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$900

$E99... $999...

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$2.000 to $2.1199 $2,500 to $2,999 $3rfl10 aad_over

$1,000 to

$fp99.

$t,tfil

to $t,199.

Total (same as Item

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NOTICE

districes havine two or more buildines arxd a superintendent. only oae copv is to be made bv the orincioal of each buildiae and filctl with the -copies superfgtendent, who is to consolidate the several reporG and ma.ke two ol ihe saoe antl file with-the &runty superintenileot at the close of
Teae.hcrs aro rgquestect to fill out each item of this report. This is the initial report for tlata that is coasolidated for the Stato and forwarded to the U. S. Commi*iioaer of Education. Much depends upoa the accuracy of your inswers.

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TEA,CHERS'ANNUAL REPORT
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To the Teacher or Superintendent: The State and National authorities need and demand all the data called for in this report. You are renderine a ya.lued service by a careful and prompt frlling out of each item. For common_schools of one teacher, items with starred numbers only are to"be filled. In schools of two or more teachers the data should be collected pv lhe Superintendent or Principal and embodied in one report. -Two copies are to be filed with the Countv Superintendent within oae week after the close of school

"bhF'T":':lhat,M-:-1.-.-----:.-:..-_oR,'.'=.....I..7.5.........-w..-County,Il|inois
Elementary, To
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I I

be listed as they are

at the close of the year before promotion.


4th Boys

'
6th Boys

Kindergarten
Boys

lst Yr,

Yr. |
I Girh I

sth
Boys

Yr. I
I Girl: I

Yr. I
I
Girls

Ztn Boys

Vr. |

8th 1fr.
Boyo

I I

s,

5
Secondary (High)
12th

9r5

Yr. I

Total I

Ctand Total

Boyel Girlsl Boysl Girlsl

Boys

Gtrls

t2a. How

many of the above were enrolled this year in some other district of this State before

*3.Lengthofschoolyearinmonths:.....MJ.ActuaInumberofdaysschoolrvasinsession:....-.768........-........x
.,1.Vacanciesofteacherscausedbydeath..-..-.-...-.....byresignation.........=--..bychan

810.

Teachers and principals who teach half time

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


positions)..-------.--,.------Mun.---.,.------.--"\Vo

&ll,
.12.

Total number of teaching positions (sum of 9, 9a and 10) (show only the actual

^.n..-1-----Tot"l-/-.--..-

Qualifications of teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of term, The total will not be more A College only? ---..,---.--.that N9. 11 above.) Number graduates of a College and State Normal School?--------.--

A Normal School

only?..-

A four-year High School


A State Normal School?

only?,

acollege?.--..--l2a.
not be more than No.

fla*-+*-. (/\ A High

'If

not a graduate, how many have attended

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

()ualifications of high school teachers: (Give only highest graduation or attendance of each teacher at work at end of

term. The total will

lla above),

Number graduates of a college and State Normal

A Normal

Schobl

only?--

A four-year High School

School?----.------ A College only?---.-*.---.-.--only?.--..-------- If not.a graduate, how many have attended

School?--....-.-.. A High School?..--------s13.Amountofannualsalarearnedbyteachers:Men,$.-...-..---.............-.--.--.;wo*u|8..,5.-.0..L*-."-....-.;Totat,


a college?--..-----l-..-.-----.-.--..--. A State Normal

(If

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

*15.
*16.

Number of teactrers contributiog to the lllinois State Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund:....--.=-,-".-.."....--.-.--..-.Amount contributed this year, Number of school houses in the district:-(g-.-.

l6a.
,Yt7. t19. Give length of service

'/t

-".**a-*..Jr!L"e*.*..86"r*u-*o.=.-[,uot"a................-.rotal..--..... .--......-..-.../

Numberofsittingsforstudy.(Doubleseatstobecountedasonesitting)......-..z. ln ttrts di;dct of teachers holding positions at close of school: t yr?..-.!.-p-:


v

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

should equal that of No. 11.) t20. Promotion of

17

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

20 yrs. or more?--..----..-.--------..

(Count part

of a year as a year.

Total

health:

Number of nurses employed?...-...-----.-. Physicians?...---.--=..--- Amount paid nurses?.-----.--=------- Physicians-.:------.---

Number of pupils examined for physical defects or contagion..-..--..:----.---Number found afrected"....---..--------..Number of homes visited by nurse or inspcting officer?...--...L--.-----Promotion of attendance: Number of truant officers employed?-------.-----.Men?.-----."--...-Women?.-.--.--------

Amount paid truant officers?-.------.------

Number of children not attending school betwcen the ages of 7 and 14?..--.--.-...-.--.-.- 14 and 16?-..-.---."--.--.-.-- Number of children arrested ancl placed in charge of teacher?-....-...---.-..-.-- Number sentenced by a

court?."--.

*"TT"jt

school and age certifcates issued?--l--------------

*23.

?24. Number of private schools in the district?---.--..--."-- Number of teachers employed?----.--.--. Men?--.----.:--\['omcn?---...-*-..-. Number of pupils enrolled in elementary grades (lst to 8th): Boys?-.----.O-- Grb?S.--..-- Secondary Grades (9th to 12th): Boys"....-.-......Girts?...---.-...--.--- College Grades (13 to

16th):..

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

26a. Number of years of high school $rork offered iu the following courses: Academic (classical, scientifi c, etc.)---.---.-.....--.-.- Commercial------------.--- --. Technical(M.T.).......-....-...AgrieulturaL..-......:....

(own)

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Er,srFNTARy
Ser.nnrcs.

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SALARIES OF TEACIIERS.
ech-oola

Enter la the'fotlowlng Sble the nuEber of teachcre ln day


SscoNDARy

latd the dlfierent aanual

eolaf,les.
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