Hampstead School Committee.
The Hampstead School Committee met lust evening. Present—Rev, Gr. B. luglis < (chairman), and Messrs G. W. Andrews, SPayne, Hopkins, Kerr, Thompson, and Beaumont. ...! , Correspondence was dealt vntn a3 under:— From the North Canterbury Board of Education, stating that nominations for members of the Board would now be receivedReceived. From the Education Department, re observation of Empire Day. -Received. The Chairman said he had delivered an address to the pupils of the School on patriotic subjects on May 23rd last, May 24th being observed as a holiday. The Headmaster reported that 10 new pupils had been enrolled last month, while 20 pupils had left the school. The present roll number was 297, and the average daily attendance for the month 254.3. Mrs RolUtfc of Wakanui had written offering a prize for good conduct to be competed for by pupils, the prize to be awarded next December. Ho had written thanking Mrs Rollitfc. Twr> pupils of the school had ffained'first and second prizes respectively in the Essay Competition instituted by Me J MeLachlan, M.H.R. A holiday had bet-n granted (with, the chairman's consent) for Monday next. Prince of Wales' Birthday. It was decided to write thanking Mrs ■Rollitt for offering the prize mentioned, and if was also decided to record the Committee's satisfaction at the success of pupils Stfre school in the Essay Competition. Messrs Payne .and Thompson were annotated a Vfeitrag Committee, with JSSerto seo that certain trifling repairs alt e we a °s fcdecided to accept the tender of Thoß Elliott for the supply of coal and . piSdtor payment, aadthe meeting then AfHongned. ...■—»———■■'
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905
Hampstead School Committee. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905
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