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CALENDAR, 1926.


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Figures in black indicate the days on which schools are in session.
Figures in red indicate the days on which they are closed.

The School Committee meets regularly (except during July and
August and the first Monday in September) on the first and third
Mondays of each month.



CALENDAR, 1927.



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Figures in black indicate the days on which schools are in session.
Figures in red indicate the days on which they are closed.

The School Committee meets regularly (except during July and
August and the first Monday in September) 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 regular term of all day schools shall begin on that Thurs-
day which shall be not earlier than September 7, nor later than
September 13, and shall continue for two hundred eighty-eight
calendar days, inclusive of the one week's vacation in December,
February and April. All day schools shall close on Thursday of
the final week of the school term. Teachers, except those whose
vacations are otherwise established by the regiilations, shall
report for duty at 9 o'clock A. M. on the Wednesday preceding
the opening day of school in September, and shall continue on
duty except on such days as the sessions of the schools are sus-
pended, or unless leave of absence is granted in accordance with
the regulations, until the close of the term. Members of the
supervising staff, except those whose vacations are otherwise es-
tabhshed by the regulations, shall continue on duty until the close
of the term of the schools in which they are respectively employed,
or if not employed in particular schools, up to and including the
Friday of the final week of the term. Principals may require
the attendance of teachers on Friday of the final week of the term
for assistance at graduating exercises or for the completion of
records and reports. The collection of text-books and supplies
shall not be befeun earlier than Wednesday of the final week of
the term.

The sessions of the day schools shall be suspended on Saturdays,
Simdays, and the following-named holldaj^ and vacations: The
twelfth of October; from Thanksgiving Day imtil the following
Monday; from the first calendar day immediately preceding
Christmas to and including the first day of the following January;
the week in which the twenty-second of February falls; Good
Friday; the week in which the nineteenth of April falls; Memorial
Day; and the seventeenth of June. Whenever any of the afore-
said holidays fall upon Simday, the schools shall not be in session
on the following Monday.

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



TERMS, HOLIDAYS AND VACATIONS. 5

The graduating exercises of all day schools shall be held on Fri-
day of the closing week of the term, at such hour as may be deter-
mined by the respective principals.

SUMMER TERM, DAY INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

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

The summer term of the co-operative agricultural courses shall
begin on the day immediately following the close of the day schools
in June, and close on the day immediately preceding the opening
of the day schools in September of each year, Saturdays, Sundaj'S
and legal holidays excepted.

SUMMER REVIEW SCHOOLS.

The term of the summer review schools begins on the Monday
immediately following the close of the day schools in June of each
year, and continues for forty consecutive calendar days, Sundays
and legal holidays excepted.

SUMMER VACATION SCHOOLS.

The term of the summer vacation schools begins on the Mon-
day immediately following the close of the day schools in June of
each year, and continues for forty consecutive calendar days,
Sundays and legal holidays excepted.

EVENING SCHOOLS.

The term of the evening schools shall begin on the last Monday
in September. The term of evening elementary and evening
commercial high schools shall continue through the week imme-
diately preceding the April vacation. The term of the Central
Evening High School shall continue through the week in which
May thirty-first falls. The term of the Evening Classes of the
Boston Trade School shall continue through the week in which
March thirty-first falls. Sessions are suspended on the twelfth
of October, Thanksgi\ing Day, the day preceding and the day
following Thanksgiving Day, and from the second Friday preced-
ing 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 week of the twenty-second of
February, and on any other legal holidays which may occur during
the term.

The Evening High, the Evening Commercial High and the
evening classes in the Boston Trade School are in session on Mon-
day, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 7.30 to 9.30 o'clock.
The Evening Elementary Schools are in session on Monday,



6 TERMS, HOLIDAYS AND VACATIONS.

Tuesday and Thursday evenings, beginning not earlier than 7.15
o'clock and closing not later than 9,30 o'clock.

SCHOOL CENTERS.

The school centers are in session from the first Wednesday in
October and continue up to and including the thirtieth day of
June. Sessions shall be suspended on the twelfth of October,
the week in which Thanksgiving Day occurs, from the second
Friday preceding Christmas Day to and including the first day of
the following January, the week of the twenty-second of February,
the week of the nineteenth of April, and on the seventeenth of
June; provided, that when the first day of January of any year
falls later than Wednesday of any week, the sessions of the school
centers shall be suspended on the remaining days of that week.

The school centers are in session afternoons, from 2.30 to 5.30
o'clock and evenings, from 7.30 to 10.30 o'clock P. M., as follows;
Brighton High School Center: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
evenings. Charles town High School Center: Wednesday, Friday
and Satiirday evenings and Tuesday afternoons. Dorchester High
School Center: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings,
Thursday afternoons and Saturday forenoons. East Boston High
School Center: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings and
Thursday afternoons. English High School Center: Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday evenings. Fenway School Center: Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings. High School of Practical Arts,
Roxbury Center: Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings and
Thursday afternoons. Michelangelo School Center: Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Sarah Greenwood
School Center: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
South Boston High School Center: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday evenings. Washington Irving School Center: Wednes-
day, Friday and Saturday evenings. William Blackstone School
Center: Wednesday and Friday evenings.



INDEX.



INDEX

Page

Administration Library 256

Administrative OflBces 21

Assistant Superintendents and Addresses 22

Assistant Superintendents: Assignments 23

Athletics 243

Attendance Department 193

Board of Examiners 252

Board of Superintendents 22

Boston Public School Teachers' Retirement Fund, Secretary . . 350

Business Agent 21

Calendars, 1926-1927. 2. 3

Chairman of the Board 21

Chief Examiner 252

Clerical School 56

Conservation of Eyesight, Classes for 253

Continuation School 57

Cookery: Teachers of 206-220

Co-operative Industrial Courses, High Schools 234

Custodians and Assignments 342-349

Day Industrial Schools, Summer Term 5

Day Practical Arts Classes 200

Day School for Immigrants 199

Disciplinary Day School 253

Educational Investigation and Measurement 254

Employment Certificates 21

Evening Classes, Boston Trade School ., 199

Evening Commercial High Schools 195

Evening Elementary Schools 196

Evening High Schools 195

Evening Schools, Director 195

Examinations 252

Extended Use of Public Schools, Department of 204

High Schools 32-56

Holidays and Vacations. 4

Home and School Gardening 223-233

Household Science and Arts Department 206-220

Index of School Buildings 8-19

Industrial Schools 59, 60

Intermediate and Elementary School Districts 62-192

Kindergarten Department 221

Latin Schools 29, 30

Licensed Minors: Supervisor of 194

Manual Arts Department 221-234

Manual Training Rooms 223-233

Manual Training: Teachers of 223-233

Mechanic Arts, Training School for Teachers of 222

Military Drill 242

Minors' Licenses 22



INDEX.



Page

Model School 136

Modern Foreign Languages, Director of 254

Music Department 240

Officers of the Board 21

Offices of tne Board 21

Penmanship, Director of 254

Physical Education Department 241-248

Playgrounds 243

Portable Schools 15-19

Practice and Training Department 240

Prendergast Preventorium Class 88

Primary Supervisors 254

Principals Emeritus 25

Recreational Handicraft Centers 234

Retirement Fund Association, Secretary 350

Salesmanship 254

School Centers 6, 204

School Committee: Meetings 20

School Committee: Terms and Addresses 20

School Hygiene, Department of 235

School Kitchens 206-220

School Nurses 238

School Physicians 235, 236

Schoolhouse Custodian 21

Schoolhouse Department 350

Schools and Districts 26, 27

Secretary 21

Sewing: Teachers of 206-220

Sewing Workrooms : : 206-220

Sloyd Training School for Teachers 222

Special Classes, Department of 249

Special Classes and Centers 249-252

Speech Improvement Classes 255

Summer Review Schools 5, 201

Summer Vacation Schools .5, 203

Superintendent 22

Teachers and Addresses 257-341

Terms, Holidays and Vacations 4

Trade Schools 59, 60

Vocational Guidance Department 252

THE TEACHERS COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF BOSTON,

LATIN AND DAY HIGH SCHOOLS.

{See, also, Portable Schools, pp. 15-19.)

The Teachers College of the City of Boston 28

Public Latin. 29

Girls' Latin 30

Brighton High 32

Charlestown High 33

Dorchester High for Boys 35

Dorchester High for Girls 36



INDEX;



Page

East Boston High 38

English High and Annex 39

Girls' High and Annex 42

High School of Commerce 44

High School of Practical Arts and Annex 46

Hyde Park High 48

Jamaica Plain High and Annexes 49

Mechanic Arts High 51

Roxbury High and Annexes 53

South Boston High 55

CLERICAL SCHOOL.
Boston Clerical 56

TRADE SCHOOLS.

Boston Trade School 59

Trade School for Girls 60

Continuation School • 57

DAY INTERMEDIATE AND DAY ELEMENTARY

SCHOOLS.
{Main Buildings of Districts are in Full Face Type.)
{See, also, Portable Schools, pp. 15-19.)
School. District. Page

Aaron Davis Dearborn 80

Abby W. May Dillaway 82

Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln 62

Abram E. Cutter Prescott 150

Agassiz Agassiz 63

Albert Palmer Dearborn 80

Alexander Hamilton Bennett 66

Amos "Webster Elihu Greenwood 92

Andrew Jackson Washington AUston 182

Andrews Quincy 153

Asa Gray .Hyde 120

Asa Gray Sher-wnn 165

Atherton Christopher Gibson 78

Auburn Thomas Gardner 173

Audubon Robert Treat Paine 159

Austin Theodore Lyman 169

Barnard Memorial Chapel, War-
ren ton St Abraham Lincoln }». . 63

Beethoven Robert Gould Shaw 157

Benedict Fenwick John Winthrop 127

Benjamin Gushing Mather 141

Benjamin Dean Thomas N. Hart 175

Benjamin Pope Oliver Hazard Perry 146

Bennett Bennett 65



10 INDEX.



School. District. Page

Bennett Branch Bennett. 65

B. F. Tweed Warren-Bunker Hill 179

Bigelow Bigelow 68

Blackinton Blackinton-John Cheverus, 69

Blossom St Household Science 219, 220

Boston City Hospital Dwight • 86

Boston Sanatorium Edmund P. Tileston 87

Boston Disciplinary Day School. .William Lloyd Garrison. . , 191

Bowditch Bowditch 71

Bowdoin Bowdoin 73

Brimmer Continuation School 57

Bunker Hill Warren-Bunker Hill 178

Champlain John Marshall 125

Capen Thomas N. Hart 175

Chapman Chapman 74

Charles Bulfinch Jefferson-Comins 122

Charles C. Perkins Piince * 151

Charles E. Daniels Warren-Bunker Hill 178

Charles Logue Edmund P. Tileston 87

Charles Sumner Charles Sumner 76

Charles Sumner Washington Irving 184

Chestnut Av Bowditch 72

Choate Burnham Frederic W. Lincoln 105

Christopher Columbus Ehot 93

Christopher Gibson Christopher Gibson 77

Chnch Shurtleff 167

Comins Jefferson-Comins 122

Commodore Barry Samuel Adams 162

Copley Warren-Bunker Hill 178

Cottage PI Jefferson-Comirs 122

Cudworth Theodore Lyman 168

Curtis Guild Blackinton-John Cheverus, 70

Cushman Hancock 110

Cyrus Alger Norcross 144

Damon Henry Grew 114

Daniel Webster Samuel Adams 163

Dante Ahghieri Theodore Lyman 169

Dav School for Immigrants 199

Dearborn Dearborn 79

Dearborn Annex Dearborn 79

Dillaway Dillaway 81

Dixwell St Theodore Roosevelt Inter-
mediate 171

Dorchester Av Mary Hemenway 139

Drake Lawrence 130

Dudley Dudley 83

Dwight Dwight : 84

Edmund P. Tileston Edmund P. Tileston 86

Edward Everett Edward Everett 88

Edwin P. Seaver Francis Parkman 101

Elbridge Smith Mary Hemenway 138

Elihu Greenwood Elihu Greenwood 90

Eliot EUot 92



INDEX. 11



School. District. Page

Eliot St., Jamaica Plain Agassiz 221

Elizabeth Peabody Wells 185

Ellen H. Richards Gilbert Stuart 107

Ellis Mendell Theodore Roosevelt Inter-
mediate 171

Emerson Emerson 95

Emily A. Fifield Emily A. Fifield 97

Everett Everett 99

Everett St Mary Hemenway 139

Fairmount Elihu Greenwood 91

Farragut Martin 136

First Parish Church Bennett 66

Florence Nightingale John Marshall 125

Florence St Charles Sumner 77

Fort Strong (Long Island) Eliot 95

Frances E. Willard Dwight 85

Francis Parkman .Francis Parkman 100

Franklin Franklin 103

Franklin Um'on English High 41

Frank V. Thompson Frank V. Thompson Inter-
mediate 101

Frederic A. Whitney Washington Allston 182

Frederic W. Lincoln Frederic W. Lincoln 104

Freeman Eliot 93

Froth Ingham Harvard-Frotbingham. ... 112

Frothingham Annex (Charlestown Hi^).

Gaston Gaston 105

George Bancroft Rice 154

George Frisbie Hoar Norcross 144

George Putnam Theodore Roosevelt Inter-
mediate 171

George T. Angell Sherwin 165

Germantown Robert Gould Shaw 158

Gilbert Stuart Gilbert Stuart 107

Glenway William E. Endicott 188

Glenway Annex William E. Endicott 189

Grant Wendell Phillips 186

Grant. .'. Washington Intermediate, 180

Grover Cleveland Grover Cleveland Inter-
mediate 108

Hancock Hancock 108

Hancock Annex Hancock 109

Harbor View St William E. Russell 190

Harris Mary Hemenway 138

Harvard Harvard-Frothingham .... Ill

Harvard Thomas Gardner 173

Hawes Hall Bigelow 68

Hemenway Henry Grew 115

Henry Grew Henry Grew 113

Henry L. Higginson Lewis Intermediate 131

Henry L. Pierce Henry L. Pierce 116

Henry Vane Robert Gould Shaw 157

Hillside Bowditch 72



12 INDEX.



School. District. Page

Hobart St Bennett 67

Horace Mann School for the Deaf 117

House of the Good Samaritan

(Hospital Class for Convalescent

Children) Martin 137

Howard Av John Winthrop 127

Howard Av. Annex John Winthrop 127

Hugh O'Brien Hugh O'Brien 118

Hull Phillips Brooks 149

Hyde Hyde 120

Ira Allen Sherwin 60, 165

James A. Garfield Bennett 65

James A. McDonald Prescott 150

James Otis Ulysses S. Grant 176

Jefferson Jefferson-Comins 121

John A. Andrew John A. Andrew 123

John Boyle O'Reilly John A. Andrew 123

John Cheverus Blackinton-John Cheverus, 70

John D. Philbrick Charles Sumner 76

John Greenleaf Whittier Henry L. Pierce 116

John J. WiUiams Franklin 103

John Lothrop Motley .Edward Everett 89

John Marshall John Marshall 124

John Winthrop John Winthrop 126

Joseph Tuckerman Gaston 106

Joshua Bates Dwight 85

Julia Ward Howe Julia Ward Howe 128

Julia Ward Howe Annex (Shopwork) 226

Lafayette Hyde 121

Lawrence Lawrence 129

Lewis Lewis Intermediate 130

Lincoln House Franklin 104

Little Em'ly (Day Practical Arts Class), 200

Long Island Hospital Eliot . . 94

Longfellow Longfellow 132

Louis Prang DiUaway 82

Louisa May Alcott Everett ^ . . . 99

Lowell Lowell 134

Lowell Annex (Shopwork) 229

Lowell Mason Edmund P. Tileston 87

Lucretia Crocker Lowell 135

Lucy Stone John Marshall 125

Lyceum Hall, Meeting House

Hill Mather 142

Margaret Fuller Bowditch . 72

Martha A. Baker Edmund P. Tileston 87

Martin Martin 136

Mary Hemenway Mary Hemenway 137

Mary L. Brock Bennett 66

Mary Lyon Bennett 66

620 Massachusetts Av Girls' High School 44

Mather Mather 140

Mayhew Welle 185



INDEX. 13



School. District. Page

Michelangelo Eliot 94

Michelangelo Hancock 110

Mlnot Minot 142

Model School Martin 136

Moon St Eliot 94

Moon St Hancock 110

Morrison Building William Lloyd Garrison. . . 191

Mozart Longfellow 133

Mt. Pleasant Av Dearborn 80

Nahum Chapin Harvard-Frothingham 1 12

Nathan Hale Dudley 83

Nathaniel Hawthorne John Winthrop 126

Noble Emerson 96

Noble Annex Emerson i 96

Norcross Norcross 143

39 North Bennet St Hancock 110

Oak Sq Bennett 67

Old Agassiz Agassiz 64

Old Bailey St Henry L. Pierce 117

Old Baker St Robert Gould Shaw 157

Old Edward Everett Edward Everett 89

Old Gibson Ohver Wendell Holmes In-

» termediate 147

Old Mather Mather 140

Old Thornton St Dillaway 82

Oliver Hazard Perry Oliver Hazard Perry 145

Oliver Wendell Holmes Oliver Wendell Holmes In-
termediate 146

Parkman Lawrence 130

Patrick A. ColUns Teachers CoUege and Girls'

Latin. t

Paul Jones Blackinton- John Cheverus 70

Paul Revere Hancock 109

Pauline Agassiz Shaw Roger Wolcott 160

Peter Faneuil WendeU PhilUps 186

Philip H. Sheridan Emerson 97

Phillips Brooks Phillips Brooks 148

Phineas Bates Longfellow 133

Pierpont Quincy 153

Plummer Samuel Adams 163

Pormort EHot 94

Prendergast Preventorium Edmund P. Tileston 88

Prescott Prescott 150

Prescott Annex (Shopwork) 229

Prince Prince 151

Quincy TT Quincy 152

Quincy E. Dickerman Phillips Brooks 148

Quincy St Mather 142

Ralph Waldo Emerson Hugh O'Brien 118

Rice Rice 154

Richard C. Humphreys Edward Everett 88

Richard Olney Robert Gould Shaw 156

Robert B. Brigham Hospital Martin 137



14 INDEX.



School. District. Page

Robert Gould Shaw Robert Gould Shaw 155

Robert Swan Emily A. Fifield 98

Robert Treat Paine Robert Treat Paine 158

Rochambeau Mary Hemenway 139

Roger Clap William E. Russell 190

Roger Wolcott Roger Wolcott 159

Samuel Adams Samuel Adams 161

Samuel Dexter Harvard-Frothingham 112

Samuel G. Howe Lawrence 129

Samuel G. Howe Norcross 145

Samuel W. Mason Hugh O'Brien 119

Sarah Greenwood William E. Endicott 187

Sarah J. Baker Julia Ward Howe 128

66 Saratoga St (Household Science) . ...218, 219

Savin Hill Edward Everett 89

School St (See DixweU St.) 171

Sharp Bowdoin 73

Sherwin Sherwin 164

Shurtleff Shurtleff 166

Simonds Bigelow 69

Skinner Abraham Lincoln 63

Some?set St WendeU Phillips 187

Spectacle Island. Oliver Hazard Perry 146

Stephen M. Weld Charles Sumner 76

Stoughton Gilbert Stuart 107

Tappan Chapman 75

Theodore Lyman Theodore Lyman 168

Theodore Parker Longfellow 134

Theodore Roosevelt '. Theodore Roosevelt Inter-
mediate 170-

Thomas Dwight Jefferson-Comins 122

Thomas Dwight Martin 136

Thomas Francis Leen Henry L. Pierce 117


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