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closed. The schools close also at 12 o'clock noon on the day
preceding Thanksgiving Day, and at the same hour on the sec-
ond calendar day preceding Christmas Day.

The School Committee meets regularly, except during July
and August, on the first and third Mondays of each month.



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Figures in black indicate the days on which schools are in
sesston. Figures in red indicate the days on which they are
closed. The schools close also at 12 o'clock noon on the day
preceding Thanksgiving Day, and at the same hour on the sec-
ond calendar day preceding Christmas Day.

The School Committee meets regularly, except during July
and August, on the first and third Mondays of each month.



TERMS, HOLIDAYS AND VACATIONS.



TERMS, HOLIDAYS AND
VACATIONS.



SCHOOL YEAR.
The school year begins on the first day of September in each
calendar year and closes on the thirty-first day of August of the
following calendar year.

DAY SCHOOLS.

The term of all day schools begins on the second Wednesday
in September, and continues up to and including Wednesday of
the second calendar week immediately preceding the fourth day
of July. All teachers and members of the supervising staff, except
those whose vacation periods are otherwise fixed by the regulations,
shall report for duty at nine o'clock A. M. on the Tuesday pre-
ceding the second Wednesday in September, and they shall con-
tinue on duty, except on such days as the sessions of the schools
are suspended, or unless leave of absence is granted in accordance
with the regulations, up to the close of the regular sessions on the
Wednesday of the second calendar week immediately preceding
the Fourth of July.

The sessions of the schools are suspended on Saturdays, Sundays,
and the foUowing-named holidays and vacations: The twelfth
of October; from 12 o'clock noon on the day before Thanksgiving
Day until the following Monday; from 12 o'clock noon on the
second calendar day immediately preceding Christmas Day to
and including the first day of the following January; the twenty -
second of February; Good Friday; the week beginning with the
fiist Monday in April; the nineteenth of April; Memorial Day;
and the seventeenth of June. Whenever any of the aforesaid
holidays, except the first day of January, falls upon Sunday, the
schools are not in session on the following Monday.

The first Friday in October is observed as Health Day, and appro-
pi iate programs are observed in the various schools for the purpose
of presenting in a special manner the value and importance of
conserving health.

Graduating exercises of the Normal, Latin and High Schools
are held on Thursday, and of the Elementary Schools on Friday
of the second calendar week immediately preceding the Fourth of
July.

DAY INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

In addition to the regular teim, the day industiial schools are
in session for a summer term from the fifth day of July up to and
including the last Friday in August. When the fifth day of July
falls upon Saturday or Sunday, the schools begin on the following
Monday. When the fourth day of July falls upon Sunday, the
schools begin the following Tuesday.



TERMS, HOLIDAYS, AND VACATIONS.



EVENING SCHOOLS.

The evening schools open on the first Monday in October and
continue for twenty-four school weeks. Sessions are suspended on
the evenings of legal holidays, on the Friday following Thanks-
giving, and from the second Friday preceding Christmas Day to
and including the first day of the following January; but when
the first day of January of any year falls later than Tuesday of
any week, the sessions are suspended on the remaining days of
that week.

The Evening High, the Evening Commercial High, the Evening
Industrial and Evening Trade Schools are in session on Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 7.30 to 9.30 o'clock. The
Evening Elementary Schools are in session on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday evenings, beginning not earlier than
7 o'clock, and closing not later than 9.30 o'clock.

EVENING CENTERS.

The evening centers are in session from the second Monday in
October up to and including the first Saturday in May. Sessions
are suspended on the twelfth of October, Thanksgiving Day, the
twenty-second of February, Good Friday, the nineteenth of April,
for the weeks in which Christmas Day and New Year's Day occur,
and for the week beginning with the first Monday in April.

The evening centers are in session on the afternoons, from 3 to
5 o'clock P.M., and on the evenings, from 7.30 to 9.30 o'clock P.M.,
as follows:

Charlestown and East Boston Evening Centers, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday evenings, Thursday afternoon; Dorchester
Evening Center, Wednesday and Friday evenings, the second and
fourth Wednesday afternoons of each month; Roxbury Evening
Center, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, Thursday
afternoon; South Boston Evening Center, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday evenings, Tuesday afternoon; Washington Evening
Center, Saturday afternoon and evening.



INDEX.



INDEX.



Page

Administrative Offices 17

Assistant Superintendents and Addresses 18

Assistant Superintendents: Assignments of 19

Athletics 151

Attendance Officers 219

Board of Superintendents 18

Calendar3,_ 1914-1915 2, 3

Continuation School 139

Cookery: Teachers of 144

Defective Speech Classes 143

Elementary School Districts 22, 41-134

Employment Certificates 17

Evening Centers 140

Evening Commercial High Schools 135

Evening Elementary Schools 136

Evening High Schools 135

Evening Industrial School 138

Evening Trade School 139

Hearing Mutes, Class for 143

High Schools 25-38

Holidays and Vacations 4

Household Science and Arts Department 144

Industrial Schools 22, 39

Industrial Work for Girls 145

Janitors 213

Kindergarten Director 147

Latin Schools 23, 24

Licensed Minors: Supervisor of 147

Manual Arts Department 147

Manual Training Rooms 148

Manual Training: Teachers of 148

Medical Inspector 150

Military Drill 151

Minors' Licenses 17, 18

Montessori Method Kindergarten Ill

Music Department 151

Normal, Latin, and High Schools 22, 23-38

Nurses: Assignments of 151

Officers of the Board 17

Offices of the Board 17

Parental Sch9ol 220

Physical Training and Athletics 151

Portable Schools 14

Practice and Training Department 151

Practice in Courses in Salesmanship, Director of 144

Pre-vocational Centers 150

Pre-vocational Instructors 147

Principals Emeritus 21

School Committee, Meetings 16

School Committee, Terms and Addresses 16



INDEX.



Page

School Hygiene Department 151

School Kitchens 144

Schoolhouse Department 220

Schools and Districts 22

Semi-Blind, Clas^ for 143

Sewing: Teachers of 146

Special Classes 141

Special Departments 144-152

Superintendent 18

Teachers and Addresses. . 153

Terms, Holidays and Vacations 4

Vacations and Holidays 4

NORMAL, LATIN, AND HIGH SCHOOLS.

{See, also, Portable Schools, pp. 14 and 15.)
School. Page

Normal 23

Public Latin 23

Gills' Latin 24

Brighton High 25

Charlestown High 26

Doi Chester High 26

East Boston High 28

English High and Annexes 29

Girls' High 30

High School of Commerce and Annex 32

High School of Practical Arts 33

Hyde Park High 34

Mechanic Arts High 35

Roxbury High 36

South Boston High 37

West Roxbury High 38

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

Boston Industrial School for Boys 39

Trade School for Girls 39

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.

(Main Buildings of Districts are in Full Face Type.)

(See, also, Portable Schools, pp. 14 and 15.)

School. District. Page

Aaron Davis, Yeoman st Dearborn 56

Abby W. May, Thornton st Dillaway 58

Aberdeen Bennett 44

Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln 41

Abram E. Cutter, Medford st . . . .Prescott 109

Adams and Chestnut sts., Jacob

Foss .„ Frothingham 73

Agassiz Agassiz 42

Albert Palmer, Eustis st Dearborn 56

Amos Webster Elihu Greenwood 64

Anderson st., Sharp Bowdoin 48



INDEX.



School. District. Page

Andrews, Genesee st Quincy Ill

Appleton St., George Bancroft. . . .Rice 112

Asa Gray, Weston st Hyde 86

Atherton Building, Columbia rd. . . Christopher Gibson 53

Auburn, School st Thomas Gardner 123

Bailey st Henry L. Piei ce 83

Baker st., Henry Vane Robert G. Shaw 114

Baldwin, Chardon ct Washington 128

Barham Memorial Church John A. Andrew 88

Bartlett st., Copley Warren 126

Bartlett st., Roxbuiy, Louis Prang, Dillaway 57

Beech st., Phineas Bates Longfellow 94

Belmont sq., Plummer Samuel Adams 117

Benedict Fenwick John Winthrop 90

Benedict Fenwick Phillips Brooks 108

Benjamin Gushing, Robinson st. . . Mather 100

Benjamin Dean Thomas N. Hart 124

Benjamin Pope, O st Oliver Hazard Perry 103

Bennett Bennett 43

Bennett Branch Bennett 43

B. F. Tweed, Cambridge st Bunkei Hill 49

Bigelow Bigelow 45

Blackinton Blackinton 46

Blossom St., Winchell Wells 130

Bowditch Bowditch 47

Bowdoin Bowdoin 48

48 Boylston st Continuation School 139

Broadway, Hawes Hall Bigelow 45

Bunker Hill Bunker Hill 49

Bunker Hill st., Thomas Starr King, Bunker Hill 49

Burroughs St., Old Agassiz Agassiz 43

C and Third sts., Drake Lawrence 91

Cambridge st., B. F. Tweed Bunker Hill 49

Canterbury st Francis Parkman 69

Capen Thomas N. Hart 124

Centre st., Elbridge Smith Mary Hemenway 98

Chambers St., Mayhew Wells 131

27 Chambers st Wells 132

38 Chambers st., St. Andrew's

House Wells 132

103 Chambers st Wells 132

Chapman Chapman 50

Chardon ct., Baldwin Washington 128

Charles Bulfinch Comins 54

Charles C. Perkins, St. Botolph st.. Prince 110

Chailes E. Daniels, Mead st Warren 127

Charles Sumner Charles Sumner 51

Charter st., Fieeman Eliot 66

Chestnut av Bowditch 47

Choate Burnham Frederic W. Lincoln 72

Christopher Columbus Eliot 65

Christopher Qibson Christopher Gibson 52

Clinch, F st Shurtleff 120

Columbia rd., Atherton Building. .Christophei Gibson 53

Comins Comins 53

Commodore Barry Samuel Adams 117



INDEX.



School. District. Page

Common st., Nahum Chapin Haivard 80

Continuation School 139

Copley, Bartlett st Warren 126

Cottage pi Comins 55

Cudworth, Gove st Theodore Lyman 121

Cushman, Parmenter st Hancock 78

Cyrus Alger, Seventh st Norcross 102

Damon Henry Grew 81

Dearborn Dearborn 55

Dighton St., Winship Bennett 44

Dillaway Dillaway 57

Dillaway Annex, 33 Bartlett st. . .Dillaway 57

Dorchester av Mary Hemenway 98

Drake, C and Third sts Lawrence 91

Dudley Dudley 58

Dwight Dwight 60

Edmund P. Tileston Edmund P. Tileston 61

Edward Everett Edward Everett 62

Elbridge Smith, Centre st. and

Dorchester av Maiy Hemenway 98

Elihu Greenwood. Elihu Greenwood 63

Eliot Eliot 65

Eliot St., Jamaica Plain Pre- Vocational Center 43

Elizabeth Peabody, Poplar st Wells 130

Ellen H. Richards Gilbert Stuart 77

Ellis Mendell, School st George Putnam 75

Emerson Emerson 67

Eustis St., Albert Palmer Dearborn 56

Everett Everett 68

Everett st Mary Hemenway 99

F St., Clinch Shurtleff 120

Fairmount Elihu Greenwood 64

Farragut, Fenwood rd Martin 97

Fayette st.. Skinner Abraham Lincoln 41

Fifth St., Samuel G. Howe Norcross 102

Florence st Charles Sumner 52

Folsom St., John D. Philbrick Charles Sumner 51

Frances E. Willard, Rutland st.. . . Dwight 60

Francis Parkman Francis Parkman 69

Franklin Franklin 70

Frederic A. Whitney Washington Allston 129

Frederic W. Lincoln Frederic W. Lincoln 71

Freeman, Charter st Eliot 66

Frothingham Frothingham 72

Frothingham Annex Frothingham 72

Gaston Gaston 73

Genesee st., Andrews Qmncy Ill

George Bancroft, Appleton st Rice 112

George Putnam George Putnam 74

George st., William Eustis Hugh O'Brien 84

George T. Angell, Hunneman st. . . Sherwin 119

Germantown, Washington st Robert G. Shaw 114

Gilbert Stuart Gilbert Stuart 76

Glen rd., Margaret Fuller Bowditch 47

Glenway Oliver Wendell Holmes 106



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School. District. Page

Glenway Annex. Oliver Wendell Holmes 106

Gove St., Cudworth Theodore Lyman 121

Grant, Phillips st Wendell Phillips 132

Greenwood Hall Oliver Wendell Holmes. . . . 106

Groton st., John J. Williams Franklin 70

Hancock Hancock 77

Hancock Annex Hancock. 77

1 Hanson st (Cookery) 145

Harbor View st William E. Russell 134

Harris Mary Hemenway 98

Harrison av., Joshua Bates Dwight 60

Harvard Harvard 79

Harvard st., Samuel Dexter Harvard 79

Harvard, North Harvard st Thomas Gardner 123

Hawes Hall, Broadway Bigelow 45

Heath st Jefferson 87

Hemenway Henry Grew 81

Henry Qrew Henry Grew 80

Henry L. Pierce Henry L. Pierce 81

Henry Vane, Baker st Robert G. Shaw 114

Hillside Bowditch. 47

Hobart st Bennett 44

Homestead st., Williams .George Putnam 75

Horace Mann. .". School for the Deaf 83

Howard av John Winthrop 90

Hugh O'Brien Hugh O'Brien 84

Hugh O'Brien Annex (Manual Training) 149

24 Hull st Eliot 66

Hull, Quincy st Phillips Brooks 108

Hunneman St., George T. Angell.. . Sherwin 119

Hutchings st., William Lloyd Gar-
rison George Putnam 75

Hyde Hyde 85

Ira Allen, Parker st Sherwin 119

Jacob Foss, Adams and Chestnut

sts Frothingham 73

James A. McDonald, Polk st Prescott 109

James Otis Ulysses S. Grant 125

Jefferson Jefferson 87

John A. Andrew John A. Andrew 87

John Boyle O'Reilly John A. Andrew ^ . . . . 88

John Cheverus John Cheverus 89

John D. Philbrick, Folsom st Charles Sumner 51

John Greenleaf Whittier Henry L. Pierce 82

John J. Williams, Groton st Franklin 70

John Lothrop Motley Edward Everett 63

John Winthrop John Winthrop 89

Joseph Tuckerman Gaston 74

Joshua Bates, Harrison av Dwight 60

Julia Ward Howe Lewis 92

Julia Ward Howe Annex (Manual Training) 149

Kenilworth St., William Cullen

Bryant Dillaway 57

Lafayette Hyde 86

Lawrence Lawrence 91



INDEX. 11



School. District, Page

Lewis Lewis 92

Lexington st., Tappan Chapman 51

Lincoln House Franklin 71

Little Eni'ly Mary Hemenway 98

Longfellow Longfellow 94

Louis Prang, Bartlett St., Roxbury.Dillaway 57

Louisa May Alcott, W.Concord St. .Everett 68

Lowell Lowell 95

Lowell Annex (Manual Training) 149

Lucretia Crocker, Parker st Lowell 95

Lyceum Hall, Meeting House Hill . .Pre-vocational Center 100

Margaret Fuller, Glen rd Bowditch 47

Marshall, Westville st Oliver Wendell Holmes. . . , 105

Martha A, Baker, Walk Hill st. . .Edmund P. Tileston 61

Martin Martin 96

Mary Hemenway Mary Hemenway 97

Mather Mather 99

Mayhew, Chambers st Wells 131

Mead st., Chailes E. Daniels Warren 127

Medford st., Abram E. Cutter Prescott 109

Miles Standish, Roxbury st Dudley 59

Minot Minot 101

Moon st Eliot 66

Moon st Hancock 79

Morton St., William Brewster Roger Wolcott 116

Moulton St. William H. Kent .... Frothingham 73

Mozart Longfellow 95

Mt. Pleasant av . . Dearborn 56

Mt. Vernon st., W. Roxbury Robert G. Shaw 113

Munroe st., W. L. P. Boardman . . Lewis 93

Nahum Chapin, Common st Harvard 80

Nathan Hale Dudley 59

Nathaniel Hawthorne John Winthrop 90

Noble, Princeton st Emerson 67

Noble Annex Emerson 67

Norcross Norcross 101

39 North Bennet st Hancock 79

North End Union, 20 Parmenter St., Hancock 79

North Harvard st.. Harvard -'. Thomas Gardner 123

O St., Benjamin Pope Oliver Hazard Perry 103

Oak sq Bennett 44

Old Agassiz, Burroughs st Agassiz 43

Old Baker st Robert G. Shaw 114

Old Dearborn, Dearborn pi Dearborn 55

Old Edward Everett Edward Everett 63

Old Gibson Oliver Wendell Holmes 105

Old Mather Mather 99

Old Thornton st DillaWay 58

Oliver Hazard Perry Oliver Hazard Perry 103

Oliver Holden Warren 127

Oliver Wendell Holmes Oliver Wendell Holmes. . . . 104

Parker st., Ira Allen Sherwin 119

Parker st., Lucretia Crocker Lowell 95

Parkman Lawrence 91

Parmenter st., Cushman Hancock 78



12 INDEX.



School. District. Page

20 Parmenter st., North End

Union Hancock 79

Paul Jones John Cheverus 89

Paul Revere Hancock 78

Peter Faneml Bowdoin 49

Peter Faneuil Washington 128

Peter Faneuil Wells 132

Peter Faneuil Wendell Phillips 132

Phillips Brooks Phillips Brooks 107

Phillips St., Grant Wendell Phillips 132

Phillips St., Roxbury, Thomas

Dwight Comins 54

Phineas Bates, Beech st Longfellow 94

Pierpont, Hudson st Qviincy Ill

Plummer, Belmont sq Samuel Adams 117

Polk St., James A. McDonald .... Prescott 109

Poplar St., Elizabeth Peabody Wells 130

Pormoit, Snelling pi Eliot 66

Prescott Prescott 109

Prescott Annex (Manual Training) 149

Prescott st Emerson 68

Prince Piince 110

Princeton st., Noble Emerson 67

Quincy Quincy 110

Quincy st., Hull Phillips Brooks 108

Quincy st Mather 100

Rice Rice 112

Richard C. Humphreys Edward Everett 62

River st., Stoughton Gilbert Stuart 76

Robert Q. Shaw Robert G. Shaw 113

Robert Swan, Thetford av Roger Wolcott 115

Robinson st., Benjamin Gushing. . Mather 100

Roger Clap WilUam E. Russell 134

Roger Wolcott Roger Wolcott 114

Roxbury st., Miles Standish Dudley 59

Rutland st., Frances E. Willard. . . Dwight 60

St. Andrew's House, 38 Chambers

st Wells 131

St. Botolph St., Charles C. Perkilte,Prince 110

Samuel Adams Samuel Adams 116

Samuel Dexter, Harvard st Harvard 79

Samuel G. Howe, Fifth st Norcross 102

Samuel W. Mason Hugh O'Brien 85

Sarah J. Baker Lewis 93

66 Saratoga st (Cookery) 126

Savin Hill, Savin Hill av Edward Everett 63

141 Savin Hill av., John Lothiop

Motley Edward Everett 63

School st (Manual Training) 149

School St., Auburn Thomas Gardner 123

School St. Ellis Mendell George Putnam 75

Seventh st., Cyrus Alger Norcross 102

Sharp, Anderson st Bowdoin 48

125 Shawmut av., Wait FrankUn 71

Sherwin Sherwin 118



INDEX. 13



School. District. Page

Shurtleff Shurtlefif 119

Simoads Bigelow 46

Skinner, Fayette st Abraham Lincoln 41

Smith st Comins 54

Snelling pi., Pormort Eliot 66

Somerset st Wendell Phillips 133

Stephen M. Weld Charles Sumner 52

Stoughton, River st Gilbert Stuart 76

Tappan, Lexington st Chapman 51

Theodore Lyman Theodore Lyman 120

Thetford av., Robert Swan Roger Wolcott 115

Thomas Dwight, Phillips st Comins 54

Thomas Gardner Thomas Gardner 122

Thomas Gardner Annex Thomas Gardner 122

Thomas N. Hart Thomas N. Hart 123

Thomas Starr King, Bunker Hill st., Bunker Hill 49

Thornton st.. Abby W. May Dillaway 58

52 Tileston st (Continuation School) 139

Trescott Elihu Greenwood 64

Tyler st Abraham Lincoln 42

Ulysses S. Grant Ulysses S. Grant 125

Vernon st., William Bacon Dudley 59

W. L. P. Boardman, Munroe st. . . Lewis 93

Wait, 125 Shawmut av Franklin 71

Walk Hill St., Martha A. Baker.. .Edmund P. Tileston 61

Walnut av George Putnam 76

Walnut st Minot 101

Warren Warren 126

Warrenton st Abraham Lincoln 42

Washington Washington 127

Washington Allston Washington AUston 129

Washington Allston Annex Washington Allston 129

Washington st.. Forest Hills Francis Paikman 69

Washington st., Germantown Robert G. Shaw 114

Waverly St., Wi lliam Wirt Warren. .Thomas Gardner 122

Weld Elihu Greenwood 65

WeUs Wells 130

Wendell Phillips Wendell Phillips 132

West Concord st., Louisa May

Alcott Everett 68

Weston St., Asa Gray Hyde 86

Westville st., Marshall Oliver Wendell Holmes 105

William Bacon, Vernon st Dudley 59

William Bradford Roger Wolcott 115

William Brewster, Morton st Roger Wolcott 116

William Brewster Annex Roger Wolcott 116

William Cullen Bryant, Kenil-

worth st Dillaway 57

WiUiam E. Endicott Oliver Wendell Holmes 105

William Eustis, George st Hugh O'Brien 84

William E. Russell WiUiam E. Russell 133

WiUiam H. Kent, Moulton st Frothingham 73

William Lloyd Garrison, Hutchings

st George Putnam 75



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School. District. Page

William Wirt Warren, Waverly st. .Thomas Gardner 122

Williams, Homestead st George Putnam 75

Winchell, Blossom st Wells 130

Winship, Dighton st Bennett 44

Wyman, Wj^man st Lowell 96

Yeoman st., Aaron Davis Dearborn 56


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