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VACANCIES ON SCHOOL COMMITTEES.

:^®h»bottpe. 8m, —Wilj inform me M to what are the prbtul&u of the' Education Act for the .election of a now inember to a School Comnoattße,.. in piece' of an old Member who hae left the diatrict but has hot sent inhis resignation?: I refer to the matter because our late chairman of the Ashburton School Oommittee, although he has left the district some time, has not thoughts to resign as yet And as thete is an important matter to be dealt with by the'Committee shortly, namely, - the selecting|a head master for the school. I think it is iH&re should be a full number of local representatives honseholders on that odcasion, and that it is the dufy of)the ■ present chairman to take steps to bring about the election of a * new member.Ac;,: 'W: - ? Households!:. [The Education Act omits to make any , prevision for disqualificationof members, of Sehool Committees, on account of non: attendance.. We presume, therefore, that it ia axpectedlthat the School, ;C ommittee themselves make a standing Prder or byelawon the subject. Clause 64provides (inter aKa), that aU vscanoies on . School Committees, occasioned. otherwise than by effluxion of e .time, shall be filled up by the remaining members of the Committee.— e».'0.1

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VACANCIES ON SCHOOL COMMITTEES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 409, 30 July 1881

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VACANCIES ON SCHOOL COMMITTEES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 409, 30 July 1881

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