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Portmadoc School Boarg. —*


Portmadoc School Boarg. —* A meeting of this Board was held on Wed- nesday evening, present Messrs D. R. Tho- mas (chairman), Richard Hughes (vice-chair- man) Dr W. Jones Morris, J. E. Jones, E. W. Roberts, E. H. Roberts, and W. Morris Jones (clerk).—It was resolved to send copies of Mr Legard's report to all the mem- bers and to the teaching staff. Dr Jones Morris observed that the report was a most interesting one.—The salaries of Misses Ada M. Jones and Laura Griffith were increased. The question of the time and the salaries of the staff should be paid was discussed, all the teacher- having expressed their wish for monthly payments instead of quarterly.— The Chairman moved, and Dr Morris seconded, that the wish be acceded to, and i was passed.—Miss Jennett Jones was appointed sewing teacher at Pentrefelin school.—Mi' D. G. Jones, of the Snowdon street boys' school, sent in his resignation, which was acce-pted.-Complaints were made that pupil teachers absented themselves from the pupil teachers' examination, without any excuse. Mr E. W. Roberts said some im- provements were wanted at Pentrefelin school, and the matter was referred to a small committee.—The Clerk was instructed to visit the premises and ascertain what re- pairs were necessary.

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