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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL.

A oommittee meeting o{ lh@ Ak»— District High School Akuoft 3o- ugh Council ohambers 6n lueßday evening; present—Messrs J. R Newton (chairman), Dodds, Fyfe, Monro, Leete, L,ewUUnd Rev. J. W. E^yward,. fbe Canterbury Education Board wrote, asking the committee to send un the school clocks to be repaired.

A circular. received from the Mayqr pi Christchurch asking' the £om'mi,tfcee to open subscription lists ambng the children for the Children's Open Air Home.

The letted was referred to the headmaster (Mr 0, flail). Another circular was received from the Board, asking for seven days'

notice to bo sen. whan the school was closing for holidays, in order that the inspectors could be duly notified.

Tbe committee received the quarteriy grant of £10 12s 9d and the sum of" £3 Is 6d for small repairs during the Dext six months,

A special schedule of duties for school committees was received

Notice was sent by the Board that Arbor Day for school children would be celebrated on July 15.

It was resolved to hold Arbor Day at the x\karoa School on July 16, and the matter of at ranging for planting the trees was lefc in the hands of the chairman and Mr Gray. Accounts, amoun ing to £6 15a were passed for payment.

Tbe headmaster reported that the attendance at tbe school was very satisfactory.

Soiue discussion ensued re improve tnent of pchool grounds.

Rev. Hay ward proposed that the chairman- be asked to organise a sub scription list in connection with the improvement of these grounds. Seconded by' Mr Fyfe and carried.

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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4411, 10 July 1914

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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4411, 10 July 1914

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