Our City Schools, Their Direction and Management

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Contents

Special Schools
113
Programmes and Records
145
Aids and Accessories
162
Converting the Occupation into
178
Open Letter to Educators desirous of becoming Superin tendents of Schools in Large Cities 199
199
Open Letter to Members of Boards of Education and to Candidates for Board Membership
205
B The Annual Report
210
The Food Question
214
General Note
216
Report of Supervisory Officer upon Condition of School
218
Principals Rating by Supervisory Officer
220
Requirements for Teachers First License
221
Form of Temporary License
223
Examination Record of Candidate for Certificate
224
Form of Application for Endorsement of Diplomas and Certificates
225
Teachers Directory
227
Termination of Service
228
Change in Salary Schedule
229
Transfer
230
High School Entrance
231
Recommendation by Supervisory Officers as to Teachers Promotion
232
Form of Reference by Superintendent to Other Educational Authori ties regarding Candidate
233
Notification of Retirement on Civil Pension
235
Absence with Pay
236
Teaching Record
238
Substitutes Certificate
239
Form of Application for License as Teacher
240
Report upon Officers and Teachers
242
General Report on Teachers Standing
243
Age and Schooling Certificate
245
Medical Examination of Candidate for Appointment as Teacher
246
Notices of Transfer of Pupil within City
248
Application for Admission to High School
249
Record of Pupils Attainments
250
Poster Notice of School Registration Days
253
Otherwise Lost Pupils
254
Newsboys Permit and Badge
256
Report upon Children wandering About
257
Poster Notice of Child Labor and Compulsory Education Laws 358
258
Postal Card Notice to Attendance Officer and Reply
259
Commitment of Child to Reformatory
260
Notice of Absence from Evening School of Pupil within Compul sory Education Age
261
Report of Inspector of Lectures
271
Time Programme of Manual Training Center
272
Report of Kindergarten Mothers Meetings
273
Report of Library Evening Recreation Center
274
Instructions to Principals and Teachers in Evening Recreation Centers
275
Literary Club Programme Evening Recreation Centers
277
Vacation School Excursion Report
278
Principals Report upon Band Music
279
Form of Municipal Report upon School Attendance to State Officers
280
Teachers Monthly Statistical Report
281
btvii History of Child Truant
283
Report of Medical Inspector
284
Ixx Observations on Child Proposed for Ungraded Class
285
Ixxi Record of Pupil at School
286
School Athletics
287
Ixxiii Authorization of Vaccination by Public Health Physician
289
Ixxv Textbook Record for School Year
290
Voucher Schedule for Salaries
291
Voucher Schedule for Supplies
292
Official Billhead
293
Ixxix Inventory of Heating Apparatus and Service
294
Card Record of Special Educational Articles
295
Card Record of Incidental and General Expense Fund
296
Examination Record at High School Graduation
297
Payroll Receipts and Audit
298
pack lxxxiv Estimate of Needs for New Schoolhouse
302
Inventory of Construction Cost of Schoolhouse
303
History of Site and Building
304
Repairs to Schoolhouse
305
School Day Programme
306
Application for School Tickets
307
Annual Report of Parochial and Private Schools to City Superin tendent 308
308
Postal Card Notice to Librarian
309
Form of Building Contract
310
E Constitution of a Schoolmens Club
315
F Schedule of Salaries Jersey City
318
G A Real Sxiperintendency
319
H Teachers Pensions
322
Bibliography
334
Index
337
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Page iv - A hand is stretched to him from out the dark, Which grasping without question, he is led Where there is work that he must do for God.
Page 222 - ... or from some institution of learning of equal or higher rank, approved by the same authority, and who, subsequently to such graduation, has not graduated from a school or class for the professional training of teachers, having a course of study of not less than thirty-eight weeks, approved by the state superintendent of public instruction.
Page 261 - York or the certificate of the completion of an elementary school issued by the department of public instruction shall attend the public evening schools of such city or other evening schools offering an equivalent course of instruction for not less than six hours each week for a period of not less than sixteen weeks in each school year or calendar year.
Page 245 - In whose behalf it is drawn) and is to be surrendered to (him or her) whenever (he or she) leaves the service of the corporation or employer holding the same; but if not claimed by said child within...
Page iv - That in the earth's broad shadow lie enthralled ; Endurance is the crowning quality, And patience all the passion of great hearts ; These are their stay, and when the leaden world Sets its hard face against their fateful thought, And brute strength, like a scornful conqueror, Clangs his huge mace down in the other scale, The inspired soul but flings his patience in, And slowly that outweighs the ponderous globe, — One faith against a whole earth's unbelief, One soul against the flesh of all mankind.
Page iv - Disappointment's dry and bitter root, Envy's harsh berries, and the choking pool Of the world's scorn, are the right mother-milk To the tough hearts that pioneer their kind." They are not so ; love and trust are the only mother-milk of any man's soul. So far as he is hated and mistrusted, his powers are destroyed.
Page 245 - I hereby certify that [he or she] can read at sight, and can write legibly, simple sentences in the English language, and that [he or she] has...
Page 258 - An age and schooling certificate shall be approved only by the superintendent of schools or by a person authorized by him...
Page 287 - ... in the order in which they are to run; the timer, who also acts as starter, stands at the finish line and gives the signal for each boy to start. As the first runner crosses the finish line the second runner is given the signal to start. As the last boy crosses the finish line the watch is stopped. The record is found by dividing the time elapsed by the number of boys competing. If an ordinary watch is used, the first boy should be started when the second hand is over the "60
Page 261 - ... who has not completed such course of study as is required for graduation from the elementary public schools of such city, and who does not hold either a certificate of graduation from the public elementary school or the preacademic certificate issued by the Regents...

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