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  • For the final few weeks of the school year, School 18 had sent me home with a tutor who used to come to my apartment on School Street to teach me my lessons, so I hadn't seen any of the other kids in a while.

    EARL -The Autobiography of DMX Fontaine, Smokey D. 1984

  • Registration - Applicants seeking membership in the University, having been accepted for admission by proper admitting authority, should present themselves to the Dean or his representative of the school to which matriculation is sought, on the date specified in the Announcements of that School

    Board of Visitors minutes 1961

  • During his superintendence the number of teachers employed in the schools increased from eighty to one hundred and thirty; the splendid school buildings now approaching completion, were planned and put under contract, the School

    Cleveland Past and Present Its Representative Men Maurice [Unknown role] Joblin

  • The following pages contain the substance of lessons given at the village school at Wye to the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th standards (mixed) and at St George's School, Harpenden, to the 3rd form.

    Lessons on Soil E. J. Russell

  • Of the successful students two returned to the libraries in which they had been employed before attending the school, three were appointed librarians of smaller public libraries, four joined the staffs of city public libraries, two are now members of the School

    Report of the National Library Service for the Year Ended 31 March 1958 New Zealand. National Library Service

  • President of the State Normal School for Women at Fredericksburg, upon being consulted regarding teachers for the new school, visited the community and placed before the local School and Civic League a plan for organizing the school as a junior high school under the supervision of the

    A History of Caroline County, Virginia 1924

  • ; St. Stephens Church the outcome; two pupils of the school sent to Lincoln University, in preparation for Holy Orders; St. Stephens Normal School successor to the Freedman's School; colored teachers for the public schools of Virginia; a remarkable work of one woman, Mrs. Buford, in the county of Brunswick.

    History of the Afro-American Group of the Episcopal Church George Freeman 1922

  • Nazareth into the United States; formed with very raw material a corps of Polish teachers in his own school; interested the School

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement] 1840-1916 1913

  • Laurie, S.S. "The Renaissance and the School, 1440-1580"; in _School

    The History of Education; educational practice and progress considered as a phase of the development and spread of western civilization Ellwood Patterson Cubberley 1904

  • Town school board: School director, Alan T Arthur (incumbent), Mitch McGrath, two years; school director, Beverly E. Gover (incumbent), Michael C. Thompson, three year; school moderator, Jim Rader, one year. - 2010


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