Annual Report ...: Showing the Condition of the Public Schools, Volume 39

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Pagina 118 - The annual meeting of this corporation shall be held at such time and place as may be determined by the Executive Committee.
Pagina 118 - This constitution may be altered or amended at a regular meeting by the unanimous vote of the members present; or by a two-thirds vote of the members present, provided that the alteration or amendment has been substantially proposed in writing at a previous meeting.
Pagina 158 - Then plant heavily on the slde, or in the direction of the prevailing wind. Leave openings in your plan wherever there are views to be had of fine old trees, attractive farm homes, a brook, or a beautiful hill or field. Throw a handful of shrubs into the corners by the steps and about the bare corners of the building.
Pagina 158 - Existing trees may be located by small circles. Now you have the facts, or the fixed points. Now put in the walks. The first fixed point is the front door. The other fixed point is the place or places at which the children enter the grounds. Join these points by the most direct and simplest curves possible. That is all there is of it. In many, or perhaps most places, the house is so near the highway that only a straight walk is possible or advisable. Next comes the planting. Let it be irregular and...
Pagina 125 - That every parent, guardian or other person, in the state of Kansas, having control of any child or children between the ages of eight and fourteen years, shall be required to send such child or children to a public school or...
Pagina 158 - ... already level or well graded and has a good sod, and it is not necessary to plow it and re-seed it. It should be said that the sod on old lawns can be renewed without plowing it up. In the bare or thin places, scratch up the ground with an iron-toothed rake, apply a little fertilizer, and sow more seed. Weedy lawns are those in which the sod is poor. It may be necessary to pull out the weeds ; but after they are out, the land should be quickly covered with sod or they will come in again. Annual...
Pagina 158 - In many cases the school yard is already level or well graded and has a good sod, and it is not necessary to plow it and re-seed it. It should be said that the sod on old lawns can be renewed without plowing it up. In the bare or thin places, scratch up the ground with an iron-toothed rake, apply a little fertilizer, and sow more seed. Weedy lawns are those in which the sod is poor. It may be necessary to pull out the weeds ; but after they are out, the land should be quickly covered with sod or...
Pagina 154 - Jones will plough and harrow the ground, if plowing is necessary. Brown will sow the grass seed. Black and Green and White will go about the neighborhood with their teams for trees and bushes. Some of these may be got in the edges of the woods, but many of the bushes can be picked up in front yards.
Pagina 118 - ... designated by resolution. ART. V. Fifty members present shall be deemed necessary to constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. ART. VI. All County Associations of Teachers may become auxiliary by giving due notice of the same to the Recording Secretaries. ART. VII. This Constitution may be altered or amended with the consent of two-thirds of its members present, at a regular meeting, but not without a formal notice of the same, presented in writing, to the Secretaries at least one...
Pagina 161 - ... honeysuckles — these and others can be found in every school district. From the farmyards can be secured snowballs, spireas, lilacs, forsythias, mock-oranges, roses, snowberries, barberries, flowering currants, honeysuckles, and the like. Vines can be used to excellent purpose on the outbuildings or on the school-house itself. The common wild Virginia creeper is the most serviceable.

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