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Nominations are open to grades students who are enrolled in Goose Creek schools and were not tested during the spring school semester. Current kindergarten students who did not qualify for GT services during the school year may also be nominated. By: Amy S. Once lunch was over, the real work began. The high school culinary teams had time to set up their stations and scope out the massive table of ingredients before the minute cooking clock started.

They were able to incorporate three of the mystery ingredients into their pork wrap. Photos by Carrie Pryor-Newman. The luncheon was attended by , including 77 representatives from 53 workforce locations. Monica Swift, Student Workforce Connection liaison, welcomed guests. Student employees Carolina Carrillo from Robert E. At first, we worked with Sterling in launching an internship program.

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Lee High School. Awards were presented to employers for generously investing in Goose Creek CISD students by giving them jobs and helping them to prepare for their careers in the future. When I started here, there were two of us. Finally, we are blessed to have our workforce partners. Thank you for the effort you make every day to help our students and our teachers. Challa cardiologist , Dr. Hyland Childcare Center, Robert E. Lee High School, Robert E. Sterling High School, Ross S. Other partners are Perfect Draft Inc. Linda Rye is the district vocational adjustment teacher.

They also are first alternates in Dragster Design and Technology Debate. Worth April Photo gallery. By Dr. Georgeann Ward. She has a natural talent for writing, but, more importantly, she knows how to work for her success. Earning the Boe Award is the payoff. In addition to winning a cash award and a plaque, Maria will present her paper in a special session at the Great Plains Honors Council Conference at the University of Texas—Tyler, in April.

Ward explained. It is highly recommended that parents complete the online student registration prior to going to register at the school their child is zoned to attend. Campuses will have help stations for individuals who need support with the online registration. Online registration begins April 1, , and online registration instructions and forms may be found on the Goose Creek CISD website at www. After the competitions for all events were completed, the awards ceremony took place in the Highlands Junior Auditorium.

School principals congratulated the winners. The Spelling trophy was awarded to Cedar Bayou. The Ready Writing trophy went to Gentry. The trophy went to Horace Mann. Bryce Cooper from Gentry. Poetry trophy went to Cedar Bayou. Trophy went to Gentry. The Impromptu trophy went to Highlands Junior School. The trophy went to Gentry Junior. The trophy went to Gentry. Horace Mann and Gentry tied for the trophy. The trophy went to Baytown Junior. Trophy went to Highlands Junior. The trophy went to Highlands Junior.

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Students who won three gold medals in UIL events received a Sweepstakes trophy. The Group Improv trophy was a tie between Gentry and Highlands. We would like to thank our families and business partners for your patience and understanding as we have worked diligently to make the very best decisions for the students and staff of GCCISD.

We would also like to make you aware that there have been several erroneous reports that our district has canceled school through next Wednesday. This is not accurate: We will have full operations at all campuses beginning tomorrow, Monday, the 25th. In the event that school is ever canceled for any reason, parents and guardians will receive a call out from the district. Further, it will be announced on our district website, on our district social media platforms, and reported via the local news stations.

Only the district may announce school closings. Our top priorities are the safety and security of our students and staff. At this point, out of an abundance of caution, we are canceling classes for Friday, March All extracurricular activities are also canceled. Please continue to follow the directions of our local emergency agencies. Por favor, siga las instrucciones de las agencias de emergencia locales. Harris County Office of Emergency management has provided Houston-area superintendents with an update regarding the situation in Deer Park.

In summary:. We remain in contact with Harris County and will share updates as they are received. You can also receive updates at readyharris. Goose Creek Memorial High School is presented with the Attendance Award for having the highest high school attendance rate, Pictured are from left teacher Kristen Cannatella; Dr. Congratulating Cobb are Dr. For many, Spring Break is a time to relax and recharge. But five Ross S. Sterling High School Key Club students will be traveling with a purpose instead of a vacation as they head to Guatemala to do volunteer work. Over Spring Break, the students will be building hand washing stations and teaching elementary school students about the spread of germs in an impoverished area of Guatemala.

Squads Abroad provides opportunities for Key Club members around the world to travel to under-resourced parts of the globe to make a meaningful impact. The students will stay in a Squads Abroad home base in Guatemala, traveling about 20 minutes each day to work at the elementary school.

The students will get to visit a local village where they will sample local cuisine, shop for pottery and learn more about the Guatemalan ways of life. They will also visit Mayan Ruins, as well as a strawberry and coffee plantation. The group plans to update the school district on its progress during the week. She plans to work fulltime after graduating from high school. Dj Lombrana, a senior at Goose Creek Memorial High School, has discovered her dream job in a field typically dominated by males.

She changes oil and filters, rotates and balances tires as well as makes minor mechanical repairs. Serious about her job, Dj is learning more every day from her teacher Steve Barron, her co-workers, her supervisors and through online KIA training. I knew that the best thing I could do for her was to get her involved in the industry.

With maturity beyond her 18 years, Dj sees her job as a challenge and tackles problems like a pro. Eighth-graders interested in a career as an automotive, diesel or collision repair technician can apply via the website. Seniors may participate in internships, and scholarships are available to graduates.

Also in attendance was world renowned composer Ivan Trevino, whose music was performed by Cruz. Ice said. I am thrilled to be able to provide opportunities like these for our students. It is free to spectators. This event provides an opportunity for the public to tour Stuart Career Tech High School, which opened fall Other activities will include a car show and a gaming competition 9 a.

Car registration the day of the event will be from 8 a. Judging is from 11 a. Come out and enjoy the food, fun and activities! For more information, please call , ext. The rain out date is March 23, If you find one, it might just bring you good luck or at least serve as a souvenir. The eggs will be hidden and ready for finding Friday, February 22, If you need a hint, check out parks and local attractions to find the eggs.

They will not be hidden on school campuses. Photo by Susan Passmore. Photo by Carrie Pryor. Students from all elementary schools with 2nd-5th graders competed. Individual medals were awarded in creative writing, dictionary skills, listening skills, number sense, oral reading, ready writing, spelling, storytelling, and maps, graphs and charts. Team medals were awarded for art memory and music memory. Schools also received trophies for first through third place in each event. Certificates for perfect individual scores were awarded to 24 students. The event was a district wide competition coordinated by the Goose Creek Advanced Academics department with individual campus coordinators and event coaches as well as event directors, judges, graders, time-keepers and monitors.

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Language of Materials: Materials are in English. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Advance notice required for access. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit. Most materials are in their original folders and retain their original folder titles and organization.

Additions processed by Kelly Besser, As a result of the school unification election of June 7, , the elementary and high school districts merged to form the LAUSD on July 1, The first ordinance establishing public schools in Los Angeles was passed by the Common Council on July 25, At the next meeting of the Council, J. Foster were appointed members of the Board of Education.

Lancaster Brent served as chairman of the Board and Superintendent. Stephen C. Foster assumed the office of mayor in May and during his inaugural address, urged the necessity of increased school facilities as the city did not yet own a school building. Foster recommended the building of two school houses, the revision of the ordinance governing the schools, and the appointment of a school superintendent and school marshal. Before the close of the school year, School House No. School House No.

From to the Common Council appointed the members of the Board of Education and the school superintendents. From to the three member School Boards and the Superintendents were elected by popular vote at the city elections. In when it was discovered that there was no legal authority for the office of superintendent, this office ceased to exist from to In , a special act of the legislature created a City Board of Education, consisting of five members elected at large, and gave it the authority to appoint a superintendent of schools.

Although not required, from to the Board members held partisan offices. A new city charter adopted in authorized a nine-member Board, one member from each political ward of the city and the Board maintained its authority to appoint a superintendent. During the period of , the population of the city increased from 11, to 50, After a period of general unrest and dissatisfaction with the ward system, charges of bribery were made against certain Board members during and citizens demanded changes. As a result, the ward system was abolished in and a new city charter restored the at-large, non-partisan Board of Education and reduced its nine members to seven.

Although during the latter years of this period, each Board member was assigned an Office number Offices No. These Districts were also numbered 1 through 7 but did not coincide with the old Office numbers, nor was there any relation between the two. The election for odd-numbered Districts was held in the spring of and members were seated July 1, The election for even-numbered Districts was held in the spring of and members were seated July 1, Board of Education members were then spoken of as representing a numerically designated District.

Board members are elected for terms of four years and elections are held every other year with three members chosen at one election and four at the next. The Board appoints a Superintendent for a four-year term who serves as the chief executive officer of the Board and the school system. The District encompasses approximately square miles, includes virtually all of the City of Los Angeles, many other cities and several unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. The LAUSD is the largest public school system in California based on pupil enrollment and the second largest public school district in the United States.

The collection consists of Minutes books, Board and committee reports, administrative guides, annual reports, bulletins, classification reports, index cards, financial records, school and teacher directories, maps, publications and research files. The first series, Minutes, and the third series, Subject Files, comprise the bulk of the collection. The Subject Files cover subjects and are records that serve as supporting documentation for the Minutes. The Board Secretariat or Executive Officer of the Board, formerly the Clerk of the Board, was responsible for the stewardship of these records.

These records provide essential information on all matters with which the Board dealt including staff, students, parents, organizations, land matters, politics, events, programs, war emergencies, natural disasters and civil unrest. Jarvis, interviewee. Augustus F.

Hawkins Papers Collection Paul Egly Papers Collection Helene V. Smookler Papers on School Integration Collection Julian Nava Papers Collection Noticed motions and resolutions are voted upon by the Board and when carried, result in the creation of District policy. In addition to regular meeting Minutes, the Board generates Minutes for its special meetings which are open to the public and agendas for its closed sessions. Annual meetings are held on July 1st of each year during which the Board elects one of its members as President whose term of office continues for one year or until a successor is elected.

At the annual meeting, the Board President designates the standing committees for the year. For example, in the President appointed a chairman and two other members to each of the following standing committees: Budget and Finance, Building, Cafeterias, Insurance, Law and Rules, Personnel and Schools, Purchasing, Transportation and the Committee of the Whole which consists of all Board members.

Scope and Content Board meetings held in the rooms of the Commercial Bank or at Board members' residences and offices. Board President M. Joseph Kurtz, Dr. Widney and Secretary W. Lucky present and H. Barrows absent. At a special meeting on December 18, , Mr. James suggested that rules be adopted for regular transactions of business and formed a committee of one to study this issue.

On January 13, , the Board adopted its rules and carried a motion to support drafting a bill to be forwarded to Sacramento to enable the Board to issue bonds. On February 11, , the Board carried a resolution concerning "houses of ill repute" in the vicinity of the Bath Street School. On August 17, , due to overcrowding of public schools, the Board resolved to exclude all pupils who are not residing within the District's limits. On April 5, , the Board received a communication concerning misappropriation of funds by the Vernon School District. On August 18, , the Board discussed salaries of certificated teachers.

On March 6, , the Board moved that the Committee on Discipline examine conditions of two overcrowded schools. On March 15, , the Board adopted a resolution to allow the Trustees of the State Normal School use of rooms in the High School to accommodate a branch of the Normal School until a building is erected. On July 19, , the Board elected Mrs.

Jones as Superintendent of the Public Schools of the City. On August 7, , Mrs. Jones was also assigned Principal of the High School Building. Scope and Content During a Saturday meeting in December , the Board carried a motion to discontinue the colored school at the end of the current term. On October 25, , the Board received a legal opinion as to its power to purchase property and build school houses. On June 5, , the Board carried its custom of promotion of scholars from lower to higher grades with 75 percent as the standard for promotion.

On July 3, , the Board received communication from the Clerk of the Council offering use of the Council rooms for Board meetings. On September 6, , the Superintendent reported enrollment of pupils to date: 2, During a special session on September 3, , the Superintendent was authorized to redistrict the City for the Board.

On December 3, , the Board adopted its governing rules and regulations. The September 11, Minutes include the newsclipping, "City Schools: A New Division of the School Districts" which describes schools by district and includes attendance boundaries and names of principals. Scope and Content On November 14, , the Board received a petition of 53 teachers praying for the abolition of morning and afternoon recesses.

McKinley concerning the necessary restrictions for the prevention of contagious diseases in the public schools. On April 6, , a resolution was presented and read with no response or action taken by the Board, asking the School Department's cooperation in ridding the City of the Chinese, a curse to youth in immorality.

On May 17, , the Board met in special session to arrange the move of Central School house in whole or in part. On September 18, , the Secretary was instructed to ask the Chief of Police to station a policeman at the Central Building while it was being moved across Temple Street. On February 12, , the Board discussed amendments to the Charter which would be more beneficial to the School Department than those proposed by the City Council. On September 27, , the Secretary was directed to correspond with the Secretary of the San Francisco School Board concerning the manner of conducting night schools so that Los Angeles may establish its own.


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On January 17, , the Secretary was instructed to notify the City Council that the Board is in need of funds because the Council does not provide money on the Bonds already voted on by the people. On April 3, , a verbal communication was offered with reference to the establishment of separate schools for the District's 75 colored pupils. On April 3, , the Superintendent reported the total enrollment for March at 5, with an average daily attendance of 4, Scope and Content Note The Board approved the election of teachers without discrimination based on sex.

Pomeroy was elected President on March 21, Building and Finance Committees discussed the necessity of school bonds. The Board approved the July 1, resolution in favor of resident teachers. The Board approved high school subject segregation. The Library Committee discussed incorporation of the school library into the city library.

Scope and Content Note The Board approved high school course of study changes, a Resolution on married ladies, and a Resolution for City Council to pass an ordinance prohibiting saloons from opening within feet of school buildings and requested "laws to abate this social evil. Scope and Content Note The Board discussed charges against employees, deaf children's oral education, entertainment in school buildings, Sloyd Tools purchases, and sending representatives to the National Educational Association Convention. The La Fiesta Committee reported against school children's participation.

Scope and Content Note The City Attorney presented an opinion on the bond issue and the Board discussed bond elections. The Board decided to establish a school for deaf children. The Board discussed District boundaries and deeds for school property. The Board adopted text books and periodicals purchased for use by high school teachers and pupils. Scope and Content Note The Board discussed building sites and bonds. The Board asked the City Council to issue bond funding to purchase sites, erect buildings and furnish schools. The Board approved the purchase of a library accessions book and a course of study resolution.

A Board discussion favored the entire Board visiting schools. Scope and Content Note The Board created the Assistant Superintendent's office, discussed District boundary changes, ordered three hundred High School diplomas, established a Kindergarten at University School, authorized a Librarian for the High School, and approved pay for teachers quarantined for health reasons. Scope and Content Note The Board approved the schools' observance of Arbor Day, discussed the enactment of Compulsory Education Law, the opening of a parental school in conjunction with the Detention Home, redistricting and the idea of high school students living outside the city to pay tuition to cover maintenance.

The Juvenile Court Board requested that the Detention House be kept open in the summer and the Board request to the Police Commission for an on call officer was denied due to shortage of officers. Scope and Content Note The Board unanimously carried the motion for departmental horses. The Board discussed the dangers of ice cream vendors to school children. The Board ordered a map of city and adopted rules regarding quorum.

Scope and Content Note The Board discussed annexation, advertising in schools, boundary lines of school districts and orders of Annual Reports. The Board moved to elect M. Bettinger as Assistant Superintendent. Superintendent Foshay resigned. The Board decided that high schools be districted by the Superintendent. The Board carried resolutions on bond issues, Spring Street property and the subway under Olive Street.

The Board decided to establish truant schools and examine teachers by Committee and Superintendent. Scope and Content Note M. Bettinger was elected the first Assistant Superintendent for a term of four years. Francis was appointed Superintendent for a four year term. Scope and Content Note The Board discussed salary schedules, number of teachers, average daily attendance, cost per pupil, the wrecking of Utah Street School, bids and the decision that the recently enacted 8 hours law does not apply to janitresses. On May 22, , the Board discussed section b of the California State Penal Code, "Any teacher, principal, employee or school official who doesn't use the prescribed text books in elementary or secondary schools is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be charged a fine of not more than dollars.

Scope and Content Note The Board adopted the Committee of the Whole resolution that the Ministerial Association and the Church Federation be invited to submit to the Board in writing, any charges against the conduct of the Board, its employees or the schools under the laws of California concerning the conduct of the Board affecting the moral welfare of the public school children.

The Board instructed teachers to have children of all grades write letters on December 15th to their friends in the Eastern United States to tell them that the Exposition will not be harmed by the European War. The Board received official notification from County Superintendent Mark Keppel of the annexation of other school districts to Los Angeles by an election on May 14, Noble reported that speakers at the National Conventions held by the Congress of Mothers have publicly stated that the Los Angeles City Schools lead all others in "up to date" teaching.

Parent Teacher Associations, principals, teachers and community requested bond expenditures for their school sites. Scope and Content Note The Board carried a motion for pupils to construct furniture for the Parent-Teacher Clinic and a resolution regarding the importance of the Americanization of foreigners through the use of public school evening classes to teach English and to understand the duties of citizenship.

The Board discussed teacher dissatisfaction about not receiving monthly warrants on time. The Board allocated budget funds for a limited number of Home Teachers to teach foreign women how to "make better homes for their families and how to live up to the American standard of home ideals. Scope and Content Note The Board granted a request to take the Peace Flag to Balboa on August 12, to be used in connection with a celebration in honor of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean.

Parents and school children presented petitions for the erection of new kindergartens. Community members protested against school grounds used as public playgrounds. Scope and Content Note The Law and Rules Committee discussed a school law amendment to permit greater freedom of selection and publication of free text books for elementary schools. The City's Principals Club requested employment of additional substitute teachers to support the custom of each principal teaching for his teachers on visiting day. The Board adopted a resolution granting Board employees leaves of absence for military service during warfare, insurrection, or actual or threatened invasion and that their positions be open to them upon return from duty.

The Board received communication about American Flag protocol for schools. The Board heard communication about medical attention for children and progress made with each neighborhood school nurse on the average of one half day each week. The Board discussed the creation of an eye glasses fund for those unable to buy them.

Scope and Content Note Report from the Law and Rules Committee in communication with the Morals Efficiency Association regarding the existence of a gambling club located at Mercantile Place, known as the Colony Club and recommendation that notice be served to leave their quarters. Teachers and Schools Committee reported communication with Bryson Publishing Company regarding their weekly war map service of drawings and bulletins showing changes as they take place on the Western Front.

Scope and Content Note Employees returning from military service receive assignments. Recommendation for provisions of a suitable, dry, fire-proof room at the Warehouse for the storage of "old but valuable" records and files. Discussions of cookery provisions for girls and Sloyd provisions for curriculum. Discussion of annexed portions of Sawtelle City School District.

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County Superintendent of Schools Mark Keppel informed the Board that no teacher in the City Schools can be employed for a day of more than 6 hours. Requests from Parent-Teacher Associations to use school facilities during off hours for community and entertainment programming. The Board closed all schools on December 10, and considered action toward the opening of schools under certain regulations. Scope and Content Note Finance Committee reported communication that some of the returned war workers have not received their automatic increase of salary.

Communications regarding payment from teachers quarantined on account of influenza during the epidemic period. Discussion of salaries of janitors, sanitation issues at school sites, ongoing school site construction and the safety of children. Authorization by Board to purchase "Non-Beverage Alcohol" for use in emergency medical cases, for sterilizing instruments and for other school purposes for which "Tax-Free Alcohol" is not permitted.

Objections from teachers having no choice in volunteering their services for the task of taking the school census. Board recommendation of an additional full time Health Department Physician to deal with economic conditions causing people to put their children to work and the need for work permits which require physical examinations. Scope and Content Note Board extends probation period for teachers to two years.

Discussion of April 28, smallpox containment and vaccinations. May 13, Communication from Patriotic Order Sons of America that teachers of "Free Public Schools" should have the very highest qualifications and that in order to hold such educators in our schools, satisfactory salaries must be paid. Discussion of smallpox outbreak at Central Intermediate School and the need for vaccinations. Discussion of the proposed establishment of an Institute of Technology as part of the Los Angeles City Schools and the power of the Board to establish and maintain this institution.

Scope and Content Note Law and Rules Committee recommended adoption of two forms of employment contracts, Regular and Probationary, to be used for the school year beginning July 1, Committee of the Whole recommended adoption of Salary Schedule for the school year. Scope and Content Note Superintendent Dorsey communicated that the printing of the annual financial report benefits principals and other employees of the schools.

Superintendent Dorsey presented statement from the Grand Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West regarding its adoption of resolutions asking that a picture of George Washington be prominently displayed in every school building of this state and as soon as funds permit. Communication reported that there has been propaganda against insuring school buildings in so-called foreign companies. Superintendent Dorsey reported that instructions have been issued from the State Superintendent of Schools concerning the transportation of pupils.

Scope and Content Note Statement of M. Bettinger concerning Resolution introduced by I. Muma at February 23, Board Meeting regarding increasing the importance of the educational element and reducing three injurious elements: the Political, the Military, and the Factory. Superintendent Dorsey reports support of school agricultural departments planting trees, some of which are memorial and engaging students in planting shrubs on and around school properties, and the observance of Arbor Day. Scope and Content Note Building Committee reports valuations of Elementary school property buildings for the school year ending June 30, Record of Board member payroll for services rendered at Board meetings for the month of June, Scope and Content Note Elementary petitions regarding the erections of buildings to relieve over-crowded classrooms, the dangers of children traveling as far as 20 blocks to school along Central Avenue because there are not enough schools in this rapidly growing area, and requests for a school site in the vicinity of th St.

Bulk of Minutes relate to Building Committee Reports. Peterson concerning the proposed erection of a crematory in the Hollywood cemetery located near two schools. The Committee of the Whole also presented communication regarding military training in the high schools and the need for teachers to instruct without their political or religious beliefs. Superintendent Dorsey presents Communication, Elementary and High School, on the matter of instruction against the use of narcotics and the decision to distribute this report to teachers and principals.

Scope and Content Note Board Secretary reports that the County Superintendent of Schools approved and authorized numerous transportation contracts. Scope and Content Note Bulk of reports from Building Committee on purchase of school sites, construction bids, architecture, erection of additional bungalows, and lighting and heating installation at school buildings.

Scope and Content Note Warren G. Communication presented from the Principal of Grant School concerning danger to school children from traffic in the general area of Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue where approximately Grant school children cross daily. Petition for a temporary school presented from residents in the northern portion of Lankershim, recently annexed to the City of Los Angeles. Scope and Content Note Communication from the Bureau of Housing and Sanitation calling attention to the fact that the Maintenance Department is using school property at 6th and Mott Streets in Boyle Heights as a dump and requesting cooperation with the Department of Health to keep the area sanitary.

Communication from Clinton J. Scope and Content Note Resolution regarding petitions for ornamental lighting on property owned by the Board of Education. Superintendent Dorsey acknowledges difficulties in providing physical examinations of pupils desiring work permits and recommends assistance from additional physicians.

Scope and Content Note Board endorses the matter of having a program for Defense Test Day including all students giving salute to the Flag using the pledge that is currently used in schools. Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Resolution expressed appreciation of the Board giving preference to local products of home industry in contracts for school supplies.

Bulk of reports from Building Committee on bids, leases, deeds, cost, and construction of new school sites. Scope and Content Note On May 13, , the Law and Rules Committee reported allowance of a Mexican group to use a room in the Brooklyn Avenue Branch of the Utah Street Evening high school for Spanish language entertainment and charge admission to replenish their treasury, to benefit the neighborhood and uplift their community. Scope and Content Note Superintendent Dorsey presented a statistical report on Elementary and High School Pupil Enrollment and Attendance, including times tardy for teachers and pupils for and Clarence Smith against petitioner Susan M.

Scope and Content Note Board granted request of Mexican Mutual Aid society, Melchor Ocampo to use auditorium at San Fernando High School for a free and open to the public literary and musical celebration for the 40th anniversary of the organization. Communication from the Westwood Improvement Association petitioning the Board to assign 7th and 8th grades to the Westwood School. Petition request denied by Superintendent Dorsey and supported by the Board. Scope and Content Note Committee of the Whole reported that petitions are circulating for the annexation of Bell District for school purposes only.

Building Committee reported the purchase of an addition to the Woodlawn Avenue School site with the Guarantee of the Title subject to Liquor and race restrictions with reversionary clauses. Superintendent Dorsey called attention to requests made by teachers to attend the World Federation of Education Association. Teachers and Schools Committee reported that the Official Source Records of the Great War have been endorsed and sponsored by the American Legion and requested that the Board purchase these materials for use in junior high and high schools.

Communication from the Editor and General Manager of the Japan Times and Mail regarding publishing letters between American and Japanese students to provide for a better understanding of future generations of Japan and America. Scope and Content Note Communication from Saticoy Improvement Association requesting permission to use the Saticoy School on the evening of March 27th and indicating their desire to enforce racial restrictions in their neighborhood. The Board unanimously agreed to deny the use of the Saticoy School building for the discussion of enforcement of race restrictions.

Be Prepared. Troup meets at 37th Street School corner Raymond Ave. White boys, 12 yrs. Scope and Content Note Superintendent Dorsey called attention to the numerous text books written by Los Angeles City School teachers, and further that in the last few years, 80 different authors in the schools have written books which have been published by 40 different publishers. Communication from the Loyal Temperance Legion for permission to use the Cabrillo Avenue School building for their second meeting.

Scope and Content Note Committee of the Whole reported on the establishment of an industrial trade school to train pupils in the trades of manufacturing or basic industrial units. Committee of the Whole discussed teacher group requests for salary adjustments and the need to investigate salary schedules of comparable cities.


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Superintendent Bouelle reported on community communication protesting white children being required to attend the Palo Verde School and the Paducah Street Development School with predominantly Mexican children and reminded that State Law does not permit the segregation of pupils according to race and nationality. Teachers and Schools Committee responded to communication regarding science class participation in vivisection or dissection and reiterated the Board rules against the dissection of pet animals. Scope and Content Note Secretary reported on legal action against the Board for the accidental death of a woman attending a school entertainment event when sparklers set fire to her dress.

Finance Committee reported on payment each year by the Elementary District to the High School District for the tuition of seventh and eighth grade pupils. Committee of the Whole discussed providing instruction to adult students who are blind. Scope and Content Note Building Committee reported on Board policy regarding the erection of structures by pupils on school premises. Scope and Content Note Committee of the Whole reported that it is against Board policy to dismiss classes or allow pupils to be absent from their regular classes to attend plays or other events during school hours.

Approval of telegram to President Hoover and Mrs. Communication regarding the urgent need for police protection at school crossings. Communication from the Los Angeles Central Labor Council regarding the increasing number of working permits issued to boys so that these boys may stay out of school and take jobs where men are laid off. Insurance Committee recommended that the Board adopt a resolution to continue its current practice of having all Student Body activities operated and maintained on a non-profit basis. Scope and Content Note Communication from Superintendent Bouelle on a meeting with the Los Angeles County Dental Society where it was agreed that during the present economic depression, each dentist in the community would take care of the dental work of three to five children.

Superintendent Bouelle reported that the Commission for Vocational Education is calling for a state conference on vocational education in Sacramento, January , to revise the California Plan for Trade and Industrial Education, work out standards and requirements for the certification of vocational teachers, and to discuss and solve problems in vocational education. Scope and Content Note Committee of the Whole recommended that the Board approve the issuance of a statement regarding the desirability of Federal encouragement and support for vocational education.

Committee of the Whole reported on police classes within adult education and clarified that the Board does not operate a police school. Scope and Content Note Board approved request for use of school athletic fields and other facilities to the Xth Olympiad Committee for the training of athletes one week prior to the opening of the Olympic Games scheduled for the last two weeks in July and first two weeks in August. Teachers and Schools Committee reported on the practice and policy of detaining children after school. Scope and Content Note Superintendent Bouelle reported on School District boundary changes and additions made to meet transportation requirements.

Superintendent Bouelle submitted list of evening high school centers with principals assigned for the year Recommendation adopted that the central census file maintained in the Attendance and Employment of Minors section be discontinued. Scope and Content Note Committee of the Whole recommended that Superintendent Bouelle investigate whether or not students attending high schools live in sections of the city served by these schools. Board approved minimum school day during visit of U.

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Communication from the City Department of Health regarding the recent discovery of a case of Typhus Fever in Los Angeles and advice on education and protective measures for school nurses. Teachers and Schools Committee presented request that special consideration be given to World War veterans taking examinations for school positions. Scope and Content Note Board adopted Committee of the Whole Report on bond issue election funds to be used to rehabilitate and strengthen school buildings.

Board adopted resolution regarding final official returns of the District bond election on March 20, Scope and Content Note Allan E. Sedgwick elected Board President for year beginning July 1, Superintendent Bouelle presented Emergency Communication to the Building Committee regarding approval of school sites as polling places for the November 6, General Election. Building Committee and Finance Committee reports comprise bulk of Minutes. Communication from the United Council of East Los Angeles on the legality of speakers on bond and city government issues giving presentations to children during election times.

Scope and Content Note Instruction and Curriculum Division reported on requirements for graduation from evening high schools. Budget and Research Division reported on recommended changes in school district boundaries. Communication from Committee of the Whole requiring examinations for teachers of evening classes and special day classes for adults. Scope and Content Note Communication from the Director of the Los Angeles County Relief Administration requesting Federal funds to provide for an extra meal a day for malnourished children.

Resolution adopted to accept federal grant funds to aid in construction, reconstruction and rehabilitation of school buildings. Committee of the Whole reported public hearing for Budget set for August 3, at Polytechnic High School. Shaw transmitted a communication from the Federal Emergency Administration regarding prompt return of the corrected plans to the Public Works Administration for final approval in order to receive the allocated funds for the District. High Schools. Scope and Content Note Committee of the Whole recommended approval and filing of report concerning conference held with the Judge of the Juvenile Court, County Probation Department and others with reference to cooperating with County Agencies in the care of delinquents.

Conference agreed that corporal punishment in the Los Angeles schools is so infrequent that it does not constitute a problem. Conference also agreed that facilities at Juvenile Hall and the County Jail are inadequate and fail to provide proper remedial treatment. Scope and Content Note Board approved resolution for application prepared to the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works for grant assistance to continue the program of construction and reconstruction of school buildings. February 1, , Vierling Kersey addressed the Board on his first day as Superintendent.

Kersey outlined his priorities for the District and stated that the Superintendent and the Board share responsibility for the conduct of the schools. Communication from Titus Alexander in protest against the use of James A. Board Secretary replied that communication would be filed and referred to the Superintendent but clarified that the show is being presented by an outside group, The Girl Scouts under permit by the Board.

Scope and Content Note Secretary presented statistical attendance report to the Teachers and Schools Committee for and included report for growth comparison. Board adopted Resolution to petition the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles to provide traffic guards in portions of the District outside of the City of Los Angeles for the safety of the , children returning to schools on September 13,