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Fishguard and Goodwick Education Authority. Correspondence With The County Committee. At the last meeting of the Education Com- mittee of the County Council the Attendance sub-Committee reported that it had consider- ed resolutions from the Managers of Fish- guard and Goodwick Schools, which had been referred from the conference of atten- dance officers, suggesting that the power to prosecute parents be vested in the local managers, and also that cases of non-attend- ance be dealt with by them. The Committee recommended that a reply be sent to the Managers stating that the Committee do not wish to depart from their present system of dealing with prosecutions, but that they will be pleased to consider any suggestions from the Managers at any time. The Committee considered the report of the conference of attendance officers, a copy of which was sent to each member of the Education Committee with the December reports, and recommended that the four child- ren at Goodwick reported by the attendance officer be compelled to attend a school, as there is a school (Fishguard Council) within three miles of their dwelling place with suffi- I cient accommodation. < The head teacher of the infants' depart- ment at the Fishguard Council School wrote asking for a head teacher's desk. The Committee recommended that a head teacher's desk be obtained at a cost not ex- ceeding £ 3 7s od The Fishguard and Goodwick Managers wrote recommending that the tender of the Gas Works Company for the supply of coke at 17s per ton be accepted. The Sub-Committee recommended the acceptance of the tender which was agreed to. The Managers also wrote protesting against the action of the Education Committee con- cerning the supply of coal. They stated that they had accepted tenders for the supply of coal to the Fishguard and LIanwnda Coun- cil Schools, and that there would be no one in the district to look after the trucks when they arrived at Goodwick. The Sub-Com- mittee recommended that the Managers be informed that the Committee adhere to their previous decision that the coal must be ob- tained from the contractors, and that the clerk to the group must see to the despatch- ing of the coal to the schools as soon as the truck arrived at Goodwick. The Committee agreed to the arrangement whereby Mr M D Luke would be transferred to Llanwnda School at the end of the month. It was announced that Mr Rees Evans would probably be transferred to Little New- castle on the 1st of February. There would then be a vacancy for an uncertificated teach- er at this school, and the Committee recom- mended that Mr David Gibby (uncertificated) be placed there. MEETING OF LOCAL MANAGERS. A meeting of the Llanwnda and Fishguard Council School Managers was held at Hen- ner on Wednesday of last week, Mr W L Williams presiding, and there were also pre- sent Messrs J C Bowen, F A Davies and the Head-teacher of Llanwnda. The correspondence referred to in the fore- going report of the County Education Au- thority was read. Several accounts were passed for payment. The Attendance Officer's report was also read in which he reported bad attendance owing to the privalent colds and that the attendance at Llanwnda School (mixed) was 83 per cent, and Fishguard 87 per cent. The question of drainage of Goodwick New School was considered, and it was re- solved to write to the Education Committee that in view of there being no immediate prospect of main sewer being laid up the Hill side that the Committee provide earth closets and also cess-pit for waste water. They also suggested that the Education Committee draw the attention of the Rural District Council to the necessity of construc- ting a sewer to the top of Goodwick Hill there being at least thirty houses within a small area and it is proposed to build a simi- lar number this year. It was proposed by Mr F A Davies, secon- ded by Mr J C Bowen, that the use of the schools be not granted for extraeneous pur- poses without the consent of ordinary or specially convened meetings.

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