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Number years Superintendent has held present position, 3, enter-
ing upon 4th year.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work, 15.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision, 10.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $350,192.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 3.

Is singing by note taught? No.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? 1st to 7th.
What year first introduced? 1901-1902.

Is physics taught? Yes. Through what grades? 9th. What year
first introduced? 1899.

Is manual training taught? No. Is domestic science taught? No.

Are teachers examined before election? No.

Population of town or city (1900), 1,307.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one): White, boys 183; girls 190—373. Colored, boys 43;
girls 29—72. *Total, 445.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 198; girls 223 — 421.
Colored, boys 51; girls 66—117. *Total, 538.

Per cent of school population attending school: White, boys 69;
girls 69.5 — average 69.2. Colored, boys 60.5; girls 62 — average 61.

Average attendance in public school: White, boys 128; girls 142 —
270. Colored, boys 40; girls 42—82. Total, 352.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White,
women 7. Colored, men 1; women 1.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : White, fwomen $297.50. Colored, men $255.00; women $148.50.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White, boys 16; girls 18 —
34. Colored, boys 20; girls 21—41.

Number of grades in school, 9.

Total number of weeks of school session, 34.



260 Biennial Report of the

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year, 30.

Number school buildings in use, 2.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district), $10,000.

Value of school furniture $1,280.

Value of school apparatus, $1,750, heating outfit and sanitary
closets.

Number volumes in library, 611.

Value of books in library, $350.00.

What is the amount of debt on school property, bonds or other-
wise? $10,000.

Financial Report.

receipts.

Apportionment from County School Fund: White $910.00; col-
ored $233.00. Total, $1,143.

From special poll tax: White $151.20; colored $29.70. Total,
$180.90.

From special property tax: White $865.47; colored $10.01. Total,
$875.48.

What is the levy for special tax? Property 2% cents; poll 90 cents.

From fees (including tuition, if any): White $253.35.

From other sources, stating source (appropriations city) : White
$1,062.47; colored $126.29. Total, $1,188.76.

Total, $3,641.49.

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries: White $3,052.00; colored $399.00. Total,
$3,225.00.

Repairs on school-houses (special appropriation city): White
$155.00.

School furniture (special appropriation city): White $150.50.

School library (special fund from entertainments) : White $70.25.

Fuel: White $227.52; colored $20.00. Total, $247.52.

Incidentals: White $17.45; colored $10.52. Total, $27.97.

Interest paid on bonds or other indebtedness: Board of Aldermen,
not included in school fund.

Total, $4,101.24

Balance on hand July 1, 1902, none (balanced).

Deficit for year ending July, 1902, none (balanced).

Indebtedness from previous years, none.



*Many from the country are allowed to enter on certain conditions.
fDiscrepancy arises from occasional employment of substitute
teachers.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 261

WILSON, WILSON COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent, E. P. Mangum.

Name of Chairman of the Board, George Hackney.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $1,200.

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 5V 2 .

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work, no
regular period; some teaching every day.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision, con-
stant.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District: White $2,042,967.00; colored $61,978.00.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 3.

Is singing by note taught? No.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? Primary. What
year first introduced? 1896.

Is physics taught? No.

Is manual training taught? No. Is domestic science taught? No.

Are teachers examined before election? Yes. By whom? Super-
intendent City Schools.

Population of town or city (1900): White 2,394; colored 1,131.
Total, 3,525.*

School population of district (all children in town between six and
twenty-one): White, boys 481; girls 429—910. Colored, boys 497;
girls 510—1,007. Total, 1,917.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 329; girls 290 — 619.
Colored, boys 222; girls 240—462. Total, 1,081.

Per cent of school population attending school: White, boys 684;
girls 676— average 68. Colored, boys 447; girls 470— average 458.

Average attendance in public school: White 498; colored 278.
Total, 776.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White, men
1; women 12. Colored, men 1; women 4.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : White, men $80.00; women $35.00. Colored, men $35.00;
women $20.00.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White 40; colored 55.

Number of grades in school: White 8; colored 7. •

Total number of weeks of school session: White 36; colored 36.
Number of teachers' meetings held during the year: White 36;
colored 36.

Number school buildings in use: White 1; colored 1.
Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district): (our new
house) White $25,000; colored $2,000. Total, $27,000.



262 Biennial Report of the

Value of school furniture: White $875.00; colored $150.00. Total,
$1,025.

Value of school apparatus: White $250.00; colored $50.00. Total,
$300.00.

Number volumes in library: White 600.

Value of books in library: White $150.00.

Financial Report,
receipts.

Balance from year 1900-1901, from all sources (special tax
$1,978.83; general tax $490.09), $1,438.92.

Apportionment from County School Fund: White $2,197.24; col-
ored $1,200.00. Total, $3,397.24.

From special poll tax and special property tax, $6,826.76.

What is the levy for special tax? Property 25 cents on $100;
poll 75 cents.

Total, $12,692.92.

EXPENDITURES.

Superintendent's salary, $1,200.

Teachers' salaries: White $4,470; colored $1,035. Total, $5,505.

Repairs on school-houses: White $137.04; colored $26.86. Total,
$163.90.

School furniture: White $85.93; colored $19.30. Total, $105.23.

School apparatus: White $75.00; colored $8.72. Total, $83.72.

Building school-houses: Architect's fee and one payment on new
house, $3,000.

Fuel: White $295.00; colored $98.00. Total, $393.00.

Incidentals, including janitor's wages: White $644.28; colored
$135.31. Total, $779.59.

Total, $11,230.44.

Balance on hand July 1, 1902, $1,471.38.



*This is by national census, which is incorrect. Census just taken
for the numbering of houses, etc., for postal service, gives 6,795.



WINSTON, FORSYTH COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent or Principal, Chas. F. Tomlinson.
Name of Chairman of the Board, Hon. J. C. Buxton.
Number years Superintendent has held present position, 3.
Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision, 25.
Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $5,000,000.



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 2G3

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 4.

Is singing by note taught? No.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? First to fifth.
What year first introduced? First.

• Is physics taught? Yes. Through what grades? Eighth and
ninth. What year first introduced? Eighth.

Is manual training taught? No. Is domestic science taught? No.

Are teachers examined before election? No.

Population of town or city (1900), 11,000.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one), 3,000.

Total enrollment in schools, 1,700.

Per cent of school population attending school, 60.

Average attendance in public school, 1,200.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : Men 4;
women 28.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : Men $75.00; women $38.00.

Average number of pupils to teacher, 50.

Number of grades in school, 10.

Total number of weeks of school session, 36.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year, 20.

Number school buildings in use, 4.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district), $65,000.

Value of school furniture, $5,000.

Number volumes in library, 5,000.

Value of books in library, $5,000.

Financial Report.



Apportionment from County School Fund, $5,200.
Appropriation from Board of Aldermen, $10,000.
From other sources, stating source, $15,200.

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries, $13,000.
Repairs on school-houses, $200.00.
School furniture, $200.00.
School apparatus, $100.00.
Incidentals, $1,000.
Total, $14,500.



264 Biennial Report of the

Waynesville, N. C, June 14, 1902.
Hon. J. Y. Joyner, Raleigh, N. C.

Dear Sir: — The Graded Schools of Waynesville were established
by Act of the Legislature in February, 1899, ratified by the people in
May, and organized in September the same year. The first and only
Superintendent is the present incumbent.

From the first the people of the town have enthusiastically sup-
ported the schools. It has been found that their establishment is
the best investment that could possibly have been made, for the town
has been on a substantial boom ever since.

In September, 1899, the schools opened with six teachers and three
hundred and fifty pupils. Another teacher was soon added and the
enrollment in both schools reached four hundred. During the next
year two other teachers were added, and the enrollment was four
hundred and fifty. The year just closed was beyond all question the
most successful. Eight teachers in the white school and two in the
colored taught five hundred and thirty-eight children.

The capacity of the white school building has been reached and a
two-thousand-dollar addition is now being put up. This enrollment
is phenomenal when it is remembered that the population of the
town is less than fifteen hundred.

Our course of study extends over nine years, and prepares for
college or university. We give three years in Latin, two in algebra
and geometry, two in higher English and Rhetoric, one in Physics,
and other work that is commensurate.

During the first year of the school we began to collect a school
library. It was slow at first, but we persevered and added a little
here and a little there, until now we have over six hundred volumes.
We expect to add another hundred before the fall term opens.

Since the organization of the schools, diplomas of graduation have
been presented to twelve young women and seven young gentlemen —
seven in May, 1901, and twelve in May, 1902. It is believed that
these young people are thoroughly indoctrinated with the principles
of public education and will do valiant service to advance its cause.

We expect to do a far larger work next session. The people of
Waynesville are putting their interest and their money into the
schools, and they expect an adequate return.

Respectfully yours, W. C. Allen,

Superintendent City Schools.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 265



Amounts raised by local taxation not reported in County Treas-
urers' reports for Graded Schools:

Ashboro $997.00

Asheville 16,989.53

Burlington 3,800.00

Charlotte 16,006.12

Concord 7,704.96

Durham 17,118.75

Goldsboro 10,008.05

Guilford College 260.00

Henderson 3,987.48

Hendersonville 720.39

High Point 3,774.76

Kinston 3,757.11

Lexington 1,982,30

Marion 713.79

Monroe 3,080.56

Mount Airy 1,891.00

Mount Olive 1,800.00

New Bern 2,691.64

Oxford 2,138.00

Raleigh 15,353.92

Reidsville 2,924.48

Rockingham 2,500.00

Rocky Mount 5.000.00

Salisbury (appropriated by city) 5,991.00

Selma 700.00

Shelby 2,028.02

Statesville 3,980.36

Tarboro 2,931.25

Washington 2,650.40

Waynesville 1,056.38

Wilson 6.826.76

Winston (appropriated by city) 10,000.00



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