SARDIS DISTRICT

BOARD OF EDUCATION
President, P. W. Ash, Sardis.................Term Expires June 30, 1899.
Members:{L. M. Alen, Willsonburg.......Term expires June 30, 1899.
----------{T. J. Parish, Wallace, .......... Term expires June 30, 1899.
Secretary, C. F. Bailey, Olive.
Salary paid No. 1, $80.00; No. 2, $25.00, No. 3. $20.00

No. of Schools in the district

20

No. of teachers employed

21

No. of white pupils enumerated

789

Total white pupils enrolled

628

Average daily attendance

360

Total value of taxable property

$468,187.00

Total value of all school property

$9.945.00

Total amount of Building Fund

$1,405.00

Total amount of Teachers' Fund

$2,105.00

Total amount invested

$13,455.00



Sub-District No. 1

SARDIS SCHOOL
W. W. Hamrick, Teacher.
Trustees--Elijah Gain, J. M. Hagerty, Oliver Robinson.

Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Willie Whiteman

6

Laura Bramer

6

*Onel Harbert

6

Dora Swiger

6

Howard Cunningham

6

Mary Ogden

6

Nathan Ogden

6

Lestia Sandy

5

Langford Robey

6

Lillie Hagerty

5

Charles Gain

6

Howard Gain

6

Cecil Gain

5

*Berton Steir

5

George Hurst

5

David Hurst

6

Paul Robey

5

Clay Swiger

5

Charley Sandy

6



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Frank Robey

7

Leora Swiger

7

Iva Martin

7


*Neither absent nor tardy during the term.

REPORT OF TEACHER

      The interest and attendance are very good. Very littie tardiness and nonmembership. The parents are alive to the best interest of the school. With few exceptions, books were supplied as each grade demanded. We appreciate the effort made by our County Superintendent to raise the standard of the schools in this county and to make them what they should be. Our motto--
"By our efforts we conquer."



SARDIS SCHOOL (Continued)
Room No. 1--V. May Flowers, Teacher

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Harvey Brammer

2

Josie Robey

1

*Delbert Frum

2

Minnie Cunningham

1

Philip Gain

2

Sylva Gain

1

Gordon Cunningham

2

Pearl Cuningham

1

Zina Bramer

2

Mary Sandy

1

Rhea Ogden

1

Blanche Swiger

1

Wid Stier

1

Clarisa Bramer

1

Fred Roby

1

Ethel Gain

2

Lester Sandy

1

Alice Hurst

1

Lloyd Strother

1

Etta Baker

2

Gordon Strother

1

Bryan Hurst

1

Fay Harbert

1

*Lillie Strother

2

Odest Robinson

1

Anna Strother

1

Chester Swiger

2

Carrie Swiger

2

Chester Whiteman

2

*Nannie Robey

2

Charlie Robinson

2

Lena Hagerty

1

Foster Ash

1

Ada Hagerty

2

H. M. Seese

2

Tillie Hurst

1

Ray Seese

2

Hattie Hurst

1

Hazel Gain

1

Maude Sandy

1

Jason Gain

1

Charlie Hagerty

1

Curtis Stier

1

G. E. Hagerty

2


*Neither absent nor tardy during term.



Sub-District No. 2.

MT. HOPE SCHOOL
W. A. Marsh, Teacher
Trustees--W.H. Maxwell, D. G. Fittro, Alexander Flanigan

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Owen Strother

1

Bessie Maxwell

1

Wade Strother

1

Maggie Barnes

1

Harry Plant

1

Ivy Gain

1

F. Hurst

1

Fama Flowers

1

Ada Fittro

1

Chas. Fittro

1

Bess Bond

1

Gordon Swiger

1

Luther Hurst

1

Will Stowers

1

Harry Swiger

1

C. Gerrard

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Ray Strother

4

Ella Maxwell

4

Hugh Tetrick

4

Esta Strother

4

John Maxwell

4

Golda Gain

4

Will Maxwell

4

Alma Hurst

4

James Maxwell

4

Francis Hurst

3

A. B. Roberbough

3

Grace Gerrard

4

John Gerrard

4

Esta Plant

4

C. Plant

5

Emma Fittro

4

Nuton Gerrard

5

Grace Plant

4

Hayden Strother

5

Will Swiger

4

James Fittro

5

Walter Hurst

5



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Ernest Fittro

8

Virginia Hurst

6

Ed Hurst

7

Flora Hurst

6

Dan Fittro

8

Bertha Flowers

6

Elsworth Fittro

8

Eva Gain

6

James Flanigan

8

David Maxwell

8

J. F. Strother

8

Claude Fittro

8




REPORT OF TEACHER

      Mt. Hope school is beautifully situated on the waters of Ten Mile. Their is a fair attendance with scarcely any tardiness and a great deal of interest manifested by the patrons of the school. The trustees are men wide awake and interested in the welfare of the school. The pupils secured necessary books and were studious and attentive. The absence in membership was somewhat detrimental to the school. However, the school prospered nicely and is in a prosperous condition.

Respectfully,
W. A. MARSH



Sub-District No. 3.

ISAAC'S CREEK SCHOOL
S. T. Rittenhouse, Teacher
Trustees--John H. Hustead, L. M. Hustead, R. W. Rittenhouse

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Delbert Coffman

1

Dessie Bates

1

Dalla Hustead

1

Emza Hustead

1

Dessie Rittenhouse

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Weaver Rogers

6

Gineva Bates

6

W. Bates

6

Emma Fortney

4

C. Guy Bates

5

Sena Fortney

4

Russell E. Bates

4

Mary Hall

4

Harper Rogers

4

Ada Hall

4

Guy B. Fortney

4

Alice Coffman

4

Beecher Fortney

4




      The parents, generally, manifested a good interest in the the school. Tardiness was almost unknown and absence not frequent. The majority procured sufficient books.

Sub-District No. 4.

OLIVE SCHOOL
Beatrice Lowther, Teacher
Trustees--W. J. Newlon, R. D. Newlin, L. C. Swiger

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Hawker Newton

2

Ida Newlon

2

Calder Core

2

Earsa Herdman

1

Homer Cottrille

2

Nettie Swiger

1

David Hooper

1

Virdie Ceders

1

Bessie Dennison

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Leslie McDanierl

5

Lana Newlon

3

Merdith Cotrille

5

Chloe Hooper

3

Harvery Dennison

5

Ella Gifford

3

Charley Harbert

5

Louise Core

3

Charley Core

5

Hattie Gifford

5

Cecil Griffin

6

Minnie Gifford

5

John Hooper

4

Minnie Cottril

5

Bertha Lynch

5

Otta Lynch

3

Arthy Gifford

4



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Charley Cottrille

8

Amoretta Newlon

7

Bertha Hooper

7

Myrtle Gifford

7

Ada Harbert

7




REPORT OF TEACHER

      The patrons generally manifested a good interest in the school work, although there were some who seemed to take very little interest. I had some trouble in getting the pupils to secure the books for their work. We had no great trouble with tradiness, but where hindered a great deal in our work by absence.

Sub-District No. 5.

LYNCH SCHOOL
Claude Robinson, Teacher
Trustees--S. R. Lanham, W. C. Lynch, John Edgell

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Clemma Edgell

1

Ottie Flanagan

2

Lester Edgell

1

Emma Flanagan

1

Clarence Lynch

1

Rhoda Edgell

2

Lucy Harbert

1

Edna Perry

1

Lula Davisson

1

Fanny Davisson

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Charlie Davisson

6

Maggie Lynch

6

Melvin Rogers

6

Zelphia Harbert

5

James Lanham

6

Lillie Rogers

5

Ardie Lanham

4

Ellie Davisson

5

Jesse Lanham

4

Ethel Lanham

4

Jesse Hooper

6

Arthur Edgell

5

Asa Edgell

5




Sub-District No. 6

McINTIRE SCHOOL
T. C. Deane, Teacher
Trustees--Temp Whiteman

Primary Grade

Section

Section

B. B. Kincaid

1

Bell Kincaid

1

Lloyd Swiger

1

Goldie M. Kincaid

1

E. C. Henderson

1

Minnie Gifford

2

Dallas Kincaid

2

Nora J. Henderson

2

A. W. Kincaid

2

Lillie B. Swiger

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

W. E. Gifford

6



Sub-District No. 7

DYE SCHOOL
Verde Dean, Teacher.
Trustees--Amillius Barnes, Edmund Rodgers, James Pitts

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Enoch Ashcraft

1

Elsie Pitts

1

Jerome Garrett

2

Cleo Ashcraft

1

Robert Barnes

2

Cora Barnes

2

Golda Barnes

2

Bessie Garrett

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

William Ashcraft

3

Lizzie Ashcraft

5

Charlie Bennett

3

Inize Barnes

5

Otto Barnes

3

Lulu Dye

5

Ray Thompson

3

Enisia Garrett

5

Felix Web

3

Claudie Ashcraft

3



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Curtie Garrett

8

L. E. Martin

7




REPORT OF TEACHER

      The interest that the patrons manifested in behalf of the school I did not think was as great as it should have been to make the school an entier success. There were no books got only just what the parent thought absolutely needful. Many of the pupils were absent a great deal on account of sickness. Some were absent I did not know why, nor could I find out the cause.



Sub District No 8.

ESLER SCHOOL
Clyde J. Martin, Teacher
Trustees--Chas. L. Hall, Stephen Kelly, John Robinson

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Charley Hall

2

Edna Talkington

1

Guy Parrish

2

Ilea Hall

1

Aubra Robinson

1

Cora Bennett

1

Oral Robinson

1

Bertha Harbert

2

Ora Robinson

1

Zora Harbert

2

Audie Robinson

1

Dale Harbert

1

Curt Pigott

2

Pearl Harbert

1

Wardie Talkington

1

Lourie Robinson

1

Waldo Talkington

1

Sylvie Pigott

1

Lee Talkington

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Richard Webb

4

Bertha Talkington

3

James Moores

3

Ina Lyon

5

Chester Robinson

3

Bessie Parrish

4

Kent Ogden

4

Ada Hall

5

Goff Ogden

3

Iona Talkington

3

Harling Talkington

3

Juli Robinson

4

F. B. Lyons

3

Chessie Parrish

5

Daisy Baker

4



Upper Grade

Section

Section

-------------

--

Hattie Kelly

8




REPORT OF TEACHER

      Patrons manifest fairly good interest. Pupils, except three or four, received all necessary books. As to trouble in school, I have nothing to report; it was a very pleasent term. The pupils where absent a great deal on account of sickness.


Sub-district No. 9.

BETHANY SCHOOL
A. W. Martin, Teacher
Trustees--Blackburn Smith, W. L. Dawson

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Benjamin Cavalier

1

Snow Swiger

1

James Smith

1

Esther Leedum

1

Frank Swiger

1

Eliza Kemper

1

Ira Nesbitt

1

Odessa Hall

2

Homer Looman

1

Mattie Smith

2

Wm. Nesbitt

1

Ama Dye

2

Jas. Dawson

1

Bertha Leedum

2

Chester Dawson

1

Iva Leedum

2

Herman Fleming

2

Otto Smith

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Chas. Cavalier

4

Hannah Nesbitt

4

Lovell Odell

4

Anna Nesbitt

3

Ardis Smith

4

Bessie Kemper

3

Orva Dawson

3

Flora Shaver

3

Claude Cavalier

3

Lessie Robinson

3

Leota Dawson

3

Dellis Kemper

3



Upper Grade

Section

Section

John Cavalier

7

Belle Nesbitt

7

Claud Dye

7

Mary Leedum

7

Mattie Robinson

7




REPORT OF TEACHER

      I beg leave to submit the following report:
      The interest in school work here, with the exceptions of one or two is dead. The parents in general have manifested no interest whatever in the school, and my work has been made doubly hard by failure to procure necessary books. The tardiness and absence which was pretty general, did not to any extent, check the interest of the pupils. This school has no apparatus whatever. The school is too large for one teacher, the total enumeration being fifty-nine and enrollment forty. The grading has been sadly neglected and I have only partially succeeded in doing this.



Sub District No. 10.

LAUREL RUN SCHOOL.
Howard E. Bennett, Teacher
Trustees--O. M. Swiger, Elbert Allen.

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Thurman Drain

1

Edna Swiger

1

Chester Allen

1

Effie Swiger

1

Claude Barker

2

Audrey Drain

1

Custer Bennett

2

Carr Swiger

2



Intgermediate Grade

Section

Section

Audie Kelly

5

Isa Allen

3

Millard Harvey

5

Cora Nay

4

Thos. O. Kemper

5

Mollie Bennett

5

Flavius Pigott

5

Mollie Martin

5

Willie Allen

5

Florida Pigott

5

Emery Harbert

5

Bessie Swiger

5

Homer Pigott

3

Hattie Marsh

5

Carl Baker

3

Martha Bennett

5

Vista Bennett

5



Upper Grade

Section

Section

D. C. Bennett

7

Rosco Martin

7



REPORT OF TEACHER

      There is little interest manifested among the patrons of this school. Some of the pupils did not have the necessary books, because there was no place where they could buy them. There was so much sickness in this community that my school, like several of the surrounding schools, had a very small attendance; not more than half what it should have been.



Sub-District No. 11.

CALDWELL SCHOOL.
Ada Bartlett, Teacher.
Trustees--Bruce Robinson, Wm. A. Johnson, Harrison Hustead.

Primary Grade

Section

Section

*Arthur Stires

2

Arlena Shields

1

Gayley Edgel

2

Emma Stires

2

Robert Shields

1

Merle Robinson

2

Virgie Hustead

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

John Williams

6

Minnie Hustead

6

Robert C. Martin

3

Delphia Martin

3

Lelia Martin

6

Pearl Griffin

3

Bessie Robinson

3



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Henry Hustead

7

Isa Edgel

7

Phipps W. Martin

7

Ira Robinson

7

Lloyd Griffin

7

Alfred Williams

7


*Neither absent nor tardy during the term.


REPORT OF TEACHER

      In the above report I have graded my school according to the Manual as correctly as I could. I find it very difficult to do this owing to the fact that the pupils are not provided with proper books. Some parents will not buy books for their children, and other say they are not able to buy, and what is the teacher to do? I must say that the parents do not manifest as much interest in the school work as they should. Some of the parents are careless and indifferent not carring whether they send their children to school or not. This makes a great deal of extra work for the teacher. I was troubled very little on account of tardiness, but owing to sickness this winter the attendance was small.


Sub-District No. 12.

GREGORY'S RUN SCHOOL
Allie Ash, Teacher.
Trustees--Edmond southern, Henry A. Swiger, Jesse F. Coffman

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Hugh Ash

1

Sylva Allen

1

Chester Ash

2

Bonny Cunningham

1

Grover Gerrard

2

Sarah Coffman

1

Therman Garrard

1

Icie Hammond

1

Joseph Hammond

1

Fanny Southern

1

Albert Southern

2

Wheaton Southern

2

Delbert Hammond

1

Hoddy Cunningham

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Homer Southern

5

Berta Ash

5

Willie Gerrard

5

Oatie Coffman

6

Loryen Swiger

6

Dessie Allen

5

Cecil Hammond

6

Belva Southern

4

Howard Rodgers

6

Dora B. Swiger

5

Thomas Gerrard

6

Dora Hammond

5

Samuel Southern

6

Ethel Fortney

3

Anna Robey

5



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Al D. Ash

7

Bessie Coffman

7

*Hezzie Ash

7

Lillian A. Swiger

7

Owen Gerrard

7

Charley Gerrard

7

*Robert L. Swiger

7


*Neither absent nor tardy during the term.

REPORT OF TEACHER

      I submit the following report of the Gregory's Run School. All the patrons seem to manifest a live interest in the school work and most of the patrons secured books for their children school work, and we were not troubled to any great extent on account of tardiness and absence. Yet there is room for improvement.

Respectfully,
ALLIE ASH



Sub-District No. 13.

FLAG RUN SCHOOL
Herschel Robinson, Teacher
Trustees--A. A. Swiger, Flmore Allen, George Nuzum

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Nason Allen

1

Tillie Allen

1

Oddie Strowther

2

Bessie Strowther

1

Golden Allen

2

Lora Allen

1

Belva Strowther

1

Florence Ogden

1

Berth Allen

2

Lenna Strowther

2

Bessie Robey

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Setha Allen

3

Bertha Ogden

3

Emmons Justice

5

Annie Ogden

3

Ahva Robey

5

Nannie Allen

3

Basil Cunningham

5

Edna Martin

5

Leuella Swiger

5

Alma Ogden

5

Alma Allen

6



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Basil Swiger

8


REPORT OF TEACHER

      A live interest is manifested in the school work by the puppils and patrons. The attendance was regular the entier term. Tardiness and absence retarded progess to some extent.



Sub-District No. 14

HANNAH SCHOOL
Wm. F. Harbert, Teacher
Trustees--Clement Hannah, S. F. Flanagan, L. L. Davison

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Benjamin Hannah

1

Maggie Harbert

1

Calder Flanagan

2

Lizzie Harbert

1

Charley Harbert

2

Hattie Dye

2

Carcy Cunningham

2

Cora Sprout

2

Riley Shaw

1

Adelphia Shaw

1

Vastie Hannah

1

Gussie Davinson

1

Lida Harbert

1

Hallie Harbert

1

Flave Hannah

2

Fred Harbert

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Minter Harbert

5

Lizzie Shaw

5

Luthur Hannah

5

Minnie Harbert

4

Kelly Cunningham

4

Stella Hannah

5

Okey Hannah

4

Cora Hannah

5

Omar Hannah

4

Lena Hannah

5

Arthur Harbert

4

Bessie Harbert

4

Claud Shaw

4

Sallie Musgrave

4

Amos Hannah

5

Bessie Dye

4

Jesse Hannah

6

Eva Cunningham

4

Alice Shaw

4

Edna Craig

4

Jesse Jones

5

Maggie Craig

5




Sub-District No. 15

MIDDLERUN SCHOOL
Riley R. Moore, Teacher
Trustees--Omer E. Hall, P. B. Moore, William Lambert

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Selmer Hall

1

Ethel Moore

1

Clarence Hall

1

Laura Maneer

2

Mosley Hall

1

Ella Maneer

1

Winfield Harbert

1

Bessie Swiger

1

Erven Hall

2

Florence Wetzel

1

Jammie Talkington

1

Metta Hall

2

Fred Hall

2

Charley Maneer

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Altarence Moore

3

Mallison Hall

3

Emory Talkington

3

Florence Hall

3

James Lambert

3

Eva Talkington

3

Osaiah Talkington

3

Essie Lambert

3

Wesley Lambert

3

Albinas Hall

3

Newt Maneer

3



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Wheeler Wetzel

7

Zelma Harbert

7

Fred Dean

7

Rebecca Wetzel

7

Celia Hall


REPORT OF TEACHER

      Some Patrons take a great interest in the school work, while on the other had some did not. Books were supplied. The pupils were absent and tardy a grat deal on account of sickness.


Sub District No. 16

LITTLE ELK SCHOOL
A. Caywood Rittenhouse, Teacher
Trustees--George T. Smith, A. E. Pigott, Silas Bartlett

Primary Grade

Section

Section

James McIntire

1

Stella Rice

1

Rudolph Rice

1

T. Jackson Hall

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

W. Ray Pigott

6

Nancy Pigott

5

Wesley Robinson

5

Belle McIntire

4

Curtis B. Edgell

7

L. Blanche Whiteman

3

Raymer Edgell

5

Anna Whiteman

3

C. Golden Pigott

4

Lulu Rice

2

Chas. B. McIntire

3

Otas Pigott

3

Russell Whiteman

3

Clide Hall

4



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Ira Hall

7



REPORT OF TEACHER

      The school is beautifully located on a high elevation over looking the majestic and placid waters meandering its way to the far off sea.
      The school ground is beautifully adorned with ornamental and shade trees, making it attractive both in summer and winter.
      The trustees and patrons manifest great interest in school work as some where theachers themselves in an early day and are still apace with madern methods.
      The pupils were never tardy all being anxious for the convening hour to arrive and the zeal with which they pursued their studies is a guarantee that they are trying to prepare themselves for the future.


Sub District No. 17

CATFISH SCHOOL
Anna Hannah, Teacher.
Trustees--Filmore Haggerty, L. T. Martin.

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Delbert Martin

1

Flora Bramer

1

Orie Cunningham

1

Belle Flowers

Jesse Cunningham

2

Cecil Strother

2

Harlen Bramer

2

Boyd Flowers

2

George Martin

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

George Linville

3

Rosa Martin

3

Henry Bramer

3

Lutie Martin

6

Chester Strother

3

Harriet Strother

6

Russell Strother

3

Gartha Strother

6

Samuel Kile

3

Maud Flowers

5

Ashby Flowers

6

Hattie Hannah

5

Effie Cunningham

3

Daisy Bramer

3



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Charley Linville

8

Artha Strother

7

Stanley Kile

7

Vesta Hannah

7

Marcy Stother

7

Electa Hannah

8



REPORT OF TEACHER

      I heartily co-operate in the effort that is being put forth to catalogue the schools. The patrons manifest and active interest in the school work. I had some trouble in getting the patrons to secure books, but had no trouble in regard to tardiness.

Yours Respectfully,
ANNA HANNAH


Sub-District No. 18

SMITH SCHOOL
R. Bruce Swiger, Teacher
Trustees--J. R. Lindsey, M. F. Smith, W. T. Whiteman

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Charley P. Smith

2

Rose T. Cumbridge

2

Homer Lindsy

2

Icy B. Smith

1

Harmens Smith

1

Icy B. Cumbridge

2

Archie T. Allen

1

Nettie H. Strother

2

Arthur Cumbridge

2

Georgia B. Witeman

2

Guy T. Hannah

2

Rosy P. Smith

2

Own Hannah

1

Leslie Hawker

2



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Herbert Cumbridge

6

Menerva Cumbridge

4

Millard W. Smith

5

Altie M. Whiteman

4

John A. Loy

4

Suie C. Strother

5

Willie L. Strother

3

Effie G. Allen

4

E. M. Stout

3

Allie I. Smith

3

G. C. Smith

4

Mary M. Whiteman

5

R. B. Smith

3

Bell Loy

5

Chas. Fenten

3

Rosy V. Smith

6

Ai Strother

6

Adilla Smith

5


REPORT OF TEACHER

      In some cases the parents have faild to furnish pupils with necessary books. Patrons and trusteees generally manifest a lively interest in school work.



Sub-District No. 19

BARNES' RUN SCHOOL
J. W. Barnes, Teacher
Trustees--J. C. Neptune, E. D. Orr, T. D. Bennett

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Charles P. Parish

2

Metta A. Robinson

2

Lester Mick

2

Nola L. Bennett

2

Joseph H. Davis

2

Georgia Swiger

2

*Jno. Ezra Neptune

2

Alwilda W. Orr

2

*Frederick F. Neptune

2

Odessa B. Orr

2

Eddy F. Neptune

2

Odessa B. Orr

2

*Eliza F. Wallace

2

Ida A. Orr

2

Roy E. Parish

2

Bessie F. Wallace

1

Will Steward

1

Cree Swiger

1

Jacob Swiger

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Ira E. Whiteman

6

Oria D. Whiteman

5

Mathew L. Orr

6

Mary E. Davis

4

John W. Orr

6

Sadie I. Bennett

4

Thomas F. Whiteman

6

Vena Swiger

4

Orthello R. Dawson

6

Dona B. Dawson

4

Benjamin D. Orr

6

Zona F. Bennett

4

Golden P. Robinson

4

Calvin S. Wallace

4



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Albert F. Wallace

7

Fanny I. Orr

7

Uriah M. Orr

7

Martha M. Orr

7

Homer A. Robinson

7

Sarah C. Orr

7

Raines A. Parish

7

Lora V. Robinson

7


*Neither absent nor tardy during the term.


REPORT OF TEACHER

      In regard to the interest manifested by the patrons would say; that judging by the visits to the school it is very limited, but in all communities that is not a fair test. I think our patrons are interested in the school work. The most of the pupils secured the necessary books for their grades; but tardiness hindered the progress to some extent, although I did my best to overcome it. For the last two months absence caused by sickness and pure neglect has badly crippled the school. We had but three pupils, as you will see who where neither absent nor tardy.



Sub-District No. 20

MUD LICK SCHOOL
Effie Leedom, Teacher
Trustees--W. C. Fowler, D. F. Wright, B. L. Rogers

Primary Grade

Section

Section

Chester Wright

2

*Cyntha Fowler

2

Daniel Rogers

2

Mystie Harbert

2

Charlie Fowler

1

Allie Carson

2

Emmet Harbert

1

Mattie Swiger

1



Intermediate Grade

Section

Section

Stephen Hearld

5

Bitha Carson

4

*Gordon Harbert

5

Sarah Fowler

4

Jay Fowler

5

Mary Carson

3

Wm. E. Carson

4

Vina Rogers

6

Russell Wright

3



Upper Grade

Section

Section

Benjamin Harbert

7

Ira Harbert

7

Tillman Fowler

7

Wirt L. Fowler

7


*Neither absent nor tardy during the term.



REPORT OF TEACHER.

      Some of the patrons manifest a lively interest in the school while others are very indifferent. Pupils were well supplied with books. Mathematics has been studied at the expense of other branches.
      The attendance was less than fifty per cent, owing in part to sickness, a lack of interest. There were few cases of tardiness.


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