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PONTYPOOL.

ITREVETIN SCHOOL BOARD. I

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TREVETIN SCHOOL BOARD. I Trevethin School Board met on Tuesday, when -the charges brought against Mr G. Millard, head master of the Gardiffaith Board School, a teacher who has been in the employ of the Trevethin School Board for a period of over 20 years, was discussed at great length. At the March meeting of the Board, Mr W. C. Watkins, a member, and who is also a manager of the Garndiffaith School, com- plained that Mr Millard had insulted him in the playground of the school, and had further ridiculed, before the managers, his mode of walking and his manner of speaking when he afterwards complained. Further complaints were received that Mr Millard i jhad not sent to the Board the recommendations of the managers (he being their secretary) and that he did not support the managers and obtain from the pupil teachers an apology for their conduct to the managers, when the latter refused to grant them the use of the schools for a social. The Board at that meeting resolved that they considered Mr Millard's conduct "moat reprehensible" and demanded an explanation. There was a very long discussion, and Mr Millard was asked to send in his resignation in the course of a month, failing which he would be given three months notice. Q

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