Citation
Program for Alachua County Teachers' Association

Material Information

Title:
Program for Alachua County Teachers' Association
Series Title:
Higher Education and K-12 Schools, 1905-1995
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 program
Physical Location:
Box 18A
Folder 24

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Associations, institutions, etc. ( fast )
Genre:
programs (documents) ( aat )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida

Notes

General Note:
Collection name: A. Quinn Jones collection

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
UF Special Collections
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A. Quinn Jones Collection

Full Text
Alachua County Teachers'
Association
In Session at Union Academy, Gainesville, Florida, December 1, 1922
Program
MORNING SESSION-i0 1, if.
1 Song................ .................America,
2 Invocation.
3 Song- Association.
4 Discussion: (a) The value of a County Teachers' Association and its relation to the State Teachers' Association.
5, Solo ......................... ...... .. .....Mrs. Bessie M. Brown
6 Discussion: (a) Reorganizing the school system of this county.
7 Song Association.
8 Business. Enrollment of new members. Adjournment AFTERNOON SESSION-2:30 P. 1M.
1 Song- Association.
2 A Departure From the Old System of Keeping SchoolMr. N B. Campbell, Prin Alachua Tr ining Schpol. 3 Solo ...................r........... .....r. 1. J. Keller.
4 Address ............. ................. Prof. J. H. Brinson.
5 Business- (a) Election of officers.
EVENING OESSIO)N-7:30 P, M, At Mt. Pleasant M1. E. Church.
1 Song Association.
2 Invocation.
3 Song. Association
4 Address-Prof. N. B. Young, A. M.. Litt. D,, pres. A. & M. College.
5 Song Association,
6 Announcements. Adjournment.
All teachers are requested to be present.