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H. A. Smith (search for this): chapter 16
rom 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
John Symmes (search for this): chapter 16
vanced to the higher studies, nevertheless its progress has been so considerable and its present condition and habits are so satisfactory, as to justify the belief that it will at no distant period, fulfil the most sanguine expectations of its friends. The number of Scholars in all the different schools is as follows: Primary Schools.The ages of the scholars are in the Primary Schools, from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition,
Galen James (search for this): chapter 16
rom 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
John P. Clisby (search for this): chapter 16
from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
James Wellington (search for this): chapter 16
from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
Primary Schools (search for this): chapter 16
versity. It will be considered that most of the Scholars in this school are but little more than twelve years of age, and have been in it too short a time to have advanced to the higher studies, nevertheless its progress has been so considerable and its present condition and habits are so satisfactory, as to justify the belief that it will at no distant period, fulfil the most sanguine expectations of its friends. The number of Scholars in all the different schools is as follows: Primary Schools.The ages of the scholars are in the Primary Schools, from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. D
John C. Magoun (search for this): chapter 16
from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
C. Stetson (search for this): chapter 16
from 4 to 8 East73 South54 West62The ages of the scholars are in the Grammar Schools from 8 to 12 Symmes neighborhood20The ages of the scholars are in the High School from 12 upwards Grammar Schools. East65 Centre62 High School55 — Total431 The Board are happy to observe that the government of the Schools is strict, though it appears to be maintained, by the carefulness of the Instructors, with little or no severity. During the year but two cases of discipline occurred which required the intervention of the Committee. In one instance the refractory scholar, after proper admonition, submitted to authority and returned to his duty. The other offender, yet remaining self-willed and obstinate, is excluded from his school as a solemn warning to others of the miserable consequences of an undutiful and disobedient spirit. All which is respectfully submitted. School Committee. G. James, M. James, C. Stetson, H. A. Smith, John C. Magoun, John P. Clisby, James Wellington
March, 1836 AD (search for this): chapter 16
Report of the School Committee, March, 1836. THE committee, in discharge of their duties, have held regular monthly meetings, and others when necessary to provide for the welfare of the Schools. They have had public examinations of the whole every quarter; have often visited them informally at other times; and have done what they could, in every way, to carry into effect the provisions of the report of a special committee adopted by the Town April 6, 1835. And they beg leave to express their high gratification at the present condition of the schools, and the happy results which already appear from the working of the new System. The Board recommend the Primary Schools to your particular attention. They are deeply impressed with the importance of thorough elementary instruction in early childhood. Wherever this has been neglected and children have gone into the large, Master's Schools, but ill grounded in the rudiments of education, they have been under great disadvantag
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