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The monthly meeting of the Otniro Education J «-a i> 1 was continued this morning, Mr «'.. I', 1.-niel pr-sld:,,-. Areouuts, amounting to £11.334 Os 5(1 wer<> passed i'<r payment. 'J'. l !!' If»il .•'.'.jug resignations won' ;iccoptod :—Marrarct A.~S. Walton, assistant. Caver.-; ham ; K. Jl. I: ;v..,r : 1. head master, Blu:>ipur; Annie M. Pretsch, sole teacher. Dunrobiu. Tin.- following ar>;ioinf were made : -K. Jr. Howard, head „ K :ste>', Lovell's Flat, vice W. B. Appleby (deceased) ; W. .7. Sparks, sole teacher. Koko.imo, vice R. Miller (transferred): C. M. Sinclair, niijvtrcss. Knrow, vie,) A. E. .12' Lay (resigned); liileu Shra, mistress, St. * Bathnns, vice K, J. 3faro (promoted) : <iuy Hamilton, sole teacher. Cambrians, vice 11. M'fntyre (promoted) ; C. M. Smith, mistress, Clyde, vice I*. Brooke (transferred). The head master, Green Inland School, wrote asking thai an assistant lie ap- ) minted in lieu of two pupil teachers.— Declined. Tho Secretary reported that the amount received and remitted to tho Education Department for tho school*' ambulance equipment fund was £242 12s 7d—contributed by 199 schools. It was resolved—"That where there is a fully certificated teacher for each standard, and also at least two fully certificated teachers for the infant department, tho complement of pupil teachers set forth in tho scalo of staffing be appointed as opportunity offers. At the conclusion of this, the Last meeting of tho year, tho Chairman thanked tho staff for their loyal service.

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EDUCATION BOARD, Evening Star, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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EDUCATION BOARD Evening Star, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914