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district for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1938.



Detailed Statement of Estimated Expenditures


Support of Schools (State Aid


Items) :




Teachers' salaries




$900.00


Textbooks




20.00


Scholars' supplies




30.00


Flags and appurtenances




3.00


Other expenses of instruction




5.00


Janitor service




37.00


Fuel




65.00


Water, light, and janitor's supplies


25.00


Medical inspection




15.00


Transportation of pupils




300.00


Other special activities




5.00


Minor repairs and expenses




25.00



$1,430.00



Other Statutory Requirements:
Salaries of district officers

(fixed by district) $ 45.50

Truant officer and school census

(fixed by district) 10.00



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Payment of tuitions in high schools

(estimated by board) 354.00

Superintendent's excess salary

(fixed by supervisory union) 36.37

Per capita tax

(reported by state treasurer) 28.00

Other obligations 55.00



$ 528.87

Total amount required to meet

School Board's budget $1,958.87

Estimated Income of District

State aid, December 1938 allotment $557.50

Dog taxes 40.00

Estimated balance, June 30, 1938 600.00



Deduct total estimated income

(not raised by taxation) $1,197.50



Assessment required to balance

School Board's budget $ 761.37

We recommend that the School District raise and appro-
priate the sum of $900 for the ensuing year. This is the
same as was raised this year.

Respectfully submitted,
Lyle Brown
Eva Cooley

School Board



$19.00


6.50


6.50


3.00


8.00


2.00



ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES FOR THE
YEAR 1936-'37

ADMINISTRATION

1. Salaries of District Officers:

Lyle E. Brown, school board chairman
Fred H. Bowles, school board
Ivah Edney, school board
Mrs. Ion Whitcomb, clerk
Francella Cooley, treasurer
Mrs. Josie Bowles, auditor

$ 45.00

2. Superintendent's Excess Salary:

Grace W. Hoskins, superintendent's salary $ 36.37

3. Truant Officer and Census:

Mrs. Ion Whitcomb, census $ 3.00

4. Expenses of Administration:

Grace W. Hoskins, union expenses $6.81

Lyle E. Brown, telephone calls, etc. 1.60

W. J. Randolph, searching records 1.00

Courier Printing Office, printing auction bills 3.00
Lisbon Special School District, postage, etc. .72



$ 13.13



INSTRUCTION



5. Teacher's Salary:

Mrs. Josie Bowles / $ 850.00

6. Textbooks:

Allyn and Bacon $4.49



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Ginn and Company


2.23


Scott Foresman and Co.


1.33


John C. Winston Co.


4.20



7. Scholars' Supplies:

John S. Cheever Co.

Edward E. Babb and Co.

World Book Company

The J. L. Hammett Co.

Lyons and Carnahan

Row Peterson and Co.

American Education Press

The Macmillan Company

Grace W. Hoskins

Lisbon Special School District



8. Flags and Appurtenances :

The J. L. Hammett Co., fiag^
George M. Goudie, flag rope



$ 12.25



$2.60
7.16
1.56

14.42
1.62
1.33
.90
1.19
.74
1.46



$ 32.98



$3.00
1.20



$ 4.20



9. Other Expenses of Instruction:

Allyn and Bacon, library books $1.46

John C. Winston Co., library books 1.44

Lisbon Special School District, tests .21

World Book Co., tests 1.47



4.58



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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

10. Janitor Service:

Mrs. Josie Bowles $6.00

Francis Edney 31.00



$ 37.00

11. Fuel:

C. A. Young $ 56.72

12. Water, Light, Janitor's Supplies:

Public Service Company, electricity 20.40

Lisbon Special School District, supplies .15



$ 20.55



13. Minor Repairs and Expenses:

Helen R. Willey, cleaning school house $5.00

Lyle E. Brown, cleaning toilets 2.00

Fred H. Bowles, cleaning stovepipe, etc. 1.00

Francella Cooley, treasurer's supplies 2.10



$ 10.10



AUXILIARY AGENCIES



14. Medical Inspection:

Dr. Harry W. Perrin, examinations $ 10.00

15. Transportation of Pupils:

Oliver Bowles $ 228.80

16. High School Tuition:

Roland E. Peabody, treasurer $ 75.55



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18. Other Special Activities:

Lisbon Special School District, supplies $ .85

FIXED CHARGES

20. Per Capita Tax:

State Treasurer $ 46.00

CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT

23. New Equipment:

The J. L. Hammett Co. $ 1.11

TOTAL EXPENDITURES, 1936-1937 $1,488.19



SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT

To the School Board and Citizens of Easton:

The total enrollment in your school last year was 13, with
an average membership of the same number and a percent
of attendance of 92.44%. There were ten cases of tardiness.
One pupil was attending Dow Academy. The enrollment this
year is IS, with four pupils in grade eight.

This year the electric light fixtures in the school building
have been replaced by new ones which are much more ef-
ficient.

Mrs. Bowles continues to do a good piece of teaching.
Her work in providing a hot lunch for the children is especially
to be commended.

The budget for next year will be somewhat larger because
of the probable increase in the number of tuition pupils at-
tending high school. It will not be necessary, however, to
ask for a larger appropriation, because of the balance carried
over from the previous year. The school board has recom-
mended that $900 be raised and appropriated for the ensuing
year, the same as for the present school year. I believe that
this amount should be raised.

Respectfully submitted,

F. Lester Trafton

Superintendent of Schools



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