Douthitt teachers Aug. 10, 1916
3:30 to 3:45—Clean-Up Day. What? How Managed? Importance of.— Clyde Douthitt, District No. 26. Big School. Gal 2 3:45 to 4:20—The Teaching of Drawing.—Mrs. Drawing.—Mrs. J. Z. Campbell, Springfield. Springfield. Second Day—August 17. Forenoon. 8:30 to 9:00—Conditions and Need of—Country Life. (a) From the Teacher's View Point —R. S. Graham, District No. 17. (b) From the Patron's View Point —Win. B. Parker, District No. 43 9:00 to 9:20—Board Meetings. (a) Should They be Held Regularly Regularly Monthly ?—Oscar Johnson, Dis trict No. 18. (b) Should the Teacher Meet Witl the Board?—Miss Nettie Bachtold District No.30. t):20 to 9:50—Some Problems o Rural Life That Concern the Teach er.—R. P. Daugherty, District No 42; Loyd Cantrell, District No 91. 9:50 to 10:30—Importance of Pun Drinking Water and Clean Schoo Surroundings.—Dr. R. L. Wills o: the State Board of Health. Intermission. 10:45 to 11:05—The Writing Period When? How Conducted? Th Thorndyke Scale.—Harold C. Veer kamp, District No. 40. 10:05 to 11:45—When May the Schoo House, Grounds and Out Building be Considered Ready for School t< Begin?—D. M. E. Cook, Distric No. 56; Mrs. Nora M. Cain, Dis trict No. 55; G. C. Pogue, Distric No. 02; T. B. Douthitt, District No 6. 11:45 to 12:00—Announcements b the Superintendent. Noon.