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Ordered, that a warrant be issued to Mutual Fire Insurance Company for $90.60, premium on fire insurance on school properties; and that a warrant be issued for $442.00 to the treasurer of Fairfax County, with which to pay on account of debt to Library Fund (possibly a typo for the State Literary Fund). PILOT DIES, Passenger Lands King Air - … Applications of teachers for the session of 1917-1918 were thereupon considered. Signed, Alfred L. Adams, Clerk. On the typewritten list of teachers were two notes handwritten in by the clerk. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the chairman and clerk were authorized on behalf of the board to execute the contract with the Oakton Building Committee, which was then done. The minutes of the meeting of May 24, 1922, were read and approved. Fairfax County, Virginia - The board holds public meetings on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. at park headquarters in the Herrity Building, adjacent the Government Center Complex. The State, County, and District School Funds for Providence District were checked over with the treasurer's accounts for the year ending June 30, 1917, and a copy of said accounts was ordered inserted at the end of these minutes (No copy found). Receipts and Disbursements of School Funds for Providence School District  They were informed as to the attitude and action of the board in this matter. Motion was duly made, seconded and carried to propose the name of Joseph Berry to the State Board of Public Instruction for an assistant inspector of the Vienna School Building. The minutes of the former meeting were read and approved. Superintendent Hall went very carefully into the condition of the State, County, and District funds with the board, checking all warrants issued by the board, etc. 1. The meetings are also replayed the same week at 2 p.m. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Wednesday, and 2 p.m. Saturday, and are then archived through our YouTube channel. Superintendent Milton D. Hall, and Mr. George E. King and Mr. Sanderson of the Town of Vienna School Board were also present. Ordered, that the clerk issue a warrant to Dallas Berry for $22.00 in payment of his expenses, etc. The Fairfax County Park Authority Board is appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. A called meeting of the Providence District Board was held at McLean. P. A. Shirley to Chesterbrook Colored at $35.00 per month. The first stated that Miss Issa Winsboro had resigned as a teacher in the McLean School and Miss May Walters had been appointed in her place. Intermixed within these papers are assorted letters, memorandums, lists of teachers, and newspaper clippings. The Board of Education holds regular public meetings throughout the year, typically at 191 South East Street, Frederick. The agendas are posted here prior to each meeting, and the recognitions, highlights, and broadcast links are added afterward. A called meeting of the district board was held at Maplewood, McLean, Virginia, on Thursday, August 11, 1921. State Board of Education The Providence District Board met at Vienna, on November 4th, at 3:00 P.M., with all members present. The second stated that Miss Bernice A. Carper had resigned as the teacher of the Carper School and Mrs. C. L. Buckley had been appointed in her place. Signed, Alfred L. Adams, Clerk. Fax: 540-422-7057. The committee inquired fully into the progress of the board in erecting a new building at Vienna. B. Barringer, Councilman. The trustees attended the meeting of the County School Board and participated in the general discussion of school matters and adjourned to meet at the office of Douglass S. Mackall on Saturday the 16th day of September, 1916, for the purpose of entering into contracts with teachers and such other business as might come before the board. Meeting agendas and minutes can be found on BoardDocs. Mr. Hawxhurst and Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Oakton appeared before the board and stated that there was no objection to the reappointment of any of the teachers at that place; that they thought the services were satisfactory, etc. Signed: Charles E. Babcock, Councilman and acting mayor; Joseph Berry, Councilman; L. L. Freeman, Councilman; W. D. Dixon, Councilman, A. The handwritten and typewritten minutes and assorted documents were transcribed by students in the Applied History program at West Springfield High School. The court directed that the notice of the election be given in the Fairfax Herald for at least three weeks and by posting the same at ten points in the district. The minutes of former meetings of the board were read and approved. 3:50:49. The School Board of Providence District met in the schoolhouse at Vienna, with all members of the board present. Fauquier County School Board - School Board Members Minutes. Also, one Colored teacher at Vienna is to be paid at $35.00, for the privilege of allowing Colored children in this district to attend the Vienna School. You are here: Fairfax County Public Schools > School Board > Search School Board Minutes (available from Sept 06, 1922) Motion was duly made and carried authorizing Alfred L. Adams to take under consideration the division of the auditorium in the Franklin Sherman High School building at McLean, and report to the board as soon as possible the estimates received on same. The minutes of the Providence District School Board cover the period of September 1915 to August 1922, however there are significant gaps. Haines’ name was crossed out. Mr. Benjamin C. Kadel, Mr. A. C. Busick, and Mrs. Isabel Sewall Hunter appeared before the board in behalf of the Civil League at McLean, and stated that careful consideration had been given to the question of the principal at McLean and that it had been decided that unless the board could afford to employ an able male principal at a sufficient salary to secure a first rate man, they had decided that it was better not to attempt to make any change with respect to the principal of said school. Thereupon the meeting adjourned. Phone: 540-422-7000. That the expenses of such special election shall be paid out of the County fund; That such election shall be conducted and held in like manner as regular elections, and the laws of the state applying to general elections shall apply to such special election, except as otherwise provided in Chapter 34 of the Virginia Code of 1919, that the judges and clerks of the regular elections in said district shall be the judges and clerks in such special election and receive the same compensation, and that the voting precincts in said district for general elections shall also be the same for such special election; That the Clerk of this Board is hereby directed to furnish appropriate voting lists, poll books and ballot boxes for such special election and the Sheriff of the County is required to deliver the same as provided by law. All of the members of said board, to wit, Herbert F. Williams, Chairman, W. G. Edmondson, Clerk, and Alfred L. Adams, were present. The minute records of the Providence District School Board, originally held in a bound volume, are found today on 43 loose papers. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, Mr. Salisbury was authorized to have Harrison Tinner dig a well at Idylwood School House. Mr. Babcock of the citizens committee reported that it had been determined that a new building could be erected for less than $25,000. WHEREAS, the statute in such cases provided and an order entered by the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia, at its September Term 1921, require this Board to provide necessary details for the conduct of the special election to be held on Tuesday, November 8th, 1921, in Providence School District No. Application for another teacher at Idylwood was discussed and passed until next meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to consider estimates prepared by contractor Ball of Washington, on proposed new buildings for Vienna and McLean. The Board of Supervisors establishes county government policy, passes resolutions and ordinances (within the limits of its authority established by the Virginia General Assembly), approves the budget, sets local tax rates, approves land use plans and makes appointments to various positions. What's the Difference Between a Crisis and a Concern? She accepted. On motion, Mr. George W. Constable, janitor at Vienna, is allowed $40.00 per month for janitor service at Vienna School. FCPS School Board Work Session 4-9-20 Budgetary Impact of COVID-19 - Duration: 3:50:49. On motion duly made and carried, the supervisors were asked for a 30-cent increase in the district levy. Regular Meeting September 12, 2019 . Her salary was okay. Mr. King stated that the Vienna Board was anxious to make some arrangement with the Providence District Board with respect to the Colored children who lived in Providence District but attended school in Vienna; that it would require two teachers to take care of the children from Providence and those in the corporate limits, etc. Adjourned. Committees from Oakton, Idylwood, McLean, and Vienna, were present at this meeting. Dallas Berry, Herbert F. Williams, and Douglass S. Mackall were present. Estimated Cost. Washington, D.C. Mr. Adams offered the following resolution: WHEREAS, The School Board of Providence District Number 1 is about to construct a Standard Eight Room Building at Vienna, in Providence School District, Fairfax County, Virginia, and. In particular, the term “Colored” was commonly used to describe students and schools. Storm and Arthur Taylor, touching on the erection of a belfry on the Franklin Sherman High School at McLean, Virginia, at a proposed cost of $175.00, more or less, be acknowledged; and that the thanks and congratulations of the Providence District School Board be extended to these gentlemen for their efforts, resulting in so handsome and substantial an improvement as that proposed, and likewise our appreciation of the long and faithful work given to this object by these gentlemen, an appreciation in which we believe the entire neighborhood will concur. The minute records of the Providence District School Board, originally held in a bound volume, are found today on 43 loose papers. On motion duly made and carried, the board agrees to make application for a loan from the State Literary Fund to the amount of two thirds the value of an addition to the McLean building to cost not over $20,000.00. A large number of citizens were present. The board spent the day in attendance on the sessions of the teachers meeting. The proposed building was the new one-story building prepared by the State Department of Education. The School Board of Providence District Number 1 met at Vienna, Virginia, at 8:20 P.M., with all members of the board present. The Fairfax County School Board is charged by the statutes of Virginia and the regulations of the Virginia Board of Education to operate the public schools of Fairfax County by setting general school policy and establishing guidelines that will ensure the proper administration of … Mr. Douglass S. Mackall, Motion was made and carried to adjourn. On motion, resolved, that the clerk of this board acknowledge receipt of said communication, ask for further details, and report on the subject to the next meeting of the board. The Vienna Board agreed to furnish this board with a complete statement of its assets and liabilities. District Warrant 193 for debt due National Bank of Fairfax - $300.00, District Warrant 231 to Annie R. Walker, Music Teacher - $29.50. Feel free to explore the website by checking out some of our features including: calendars, news, and blogs. WHEREAS, said completed new building, as per plans and specifications received from the Department of Public Instruction, Richmond, Virginia, will cost $25,408.00; NOW, therefore be it resolved, that the said School Board of Providence District Number 1 borrow the sum of $11,000.00 on a short term loan payable within five years after date as required by Chapter 352, Page 534, Law of 1918, and the School Law of 1920, Page 41. Main Number 301-644-5000. Plans Number I of the State Department of Education were presented by Mr. Adams as suitable for the new building at Vienna. Alfred L. Adams reported that he had been to McLean in regard to the work that is to be done there and expected to receive an estimate on the same within a few days. Thereupon the meeting adjourned. Henry Hawxhurst, Chairman, Alfred L. Adams, Clerk, and Herbert F. Williams were present. The appointment of teachers for the school year of 1916-1917 was fully considered and resulted in the appointments designated in the schedule headed “SCHEDULE of TEACHERS - 1916-1917.” (Said schedule was not found in the minutes). The Providence District Board met in regular monthly meeting at Vienna, with all members present. Notice was taken of the lawsuit instituted by the Town of Vienna against the board for $2,000.00 damages and correspondence pertaining thereto was read. Mr. Williams was authorized to secure coal for the next session at the Oakton School, and Mr. Mackall to secure coal for the McLean School. On motion duly made and carried, the proceeds of the sale of the Lewinsville school building and grounds is donated to the McLean School to be used in providing additional room for that school. Miss Ruth C. Millan or Miss Clarice Haines to Clarke at $40.00 per month. A called meeting of the Providence District School Board was held at Vienna, with all members present. The question as to whether or not it was advisable for the district to carry insurance on the school buildings was considered. Mr. Williams refused to act as clerk of the board. Washington, D. C. I have the pleasure to inform you that at the last meeting of the State Board of Education the following resolution was adopted: "Resolved, That Providence District, Fairfax County, on request of the school board and the Division Superintendent be authorized to use out of the surplus county fund an amount not to exceed $600.00 for painting and repairing school buildings at Chesterbrook, Carpers, Jermantown, and Merrifield; and an amount not to exceed $800.00, with which to pay a note at the First National Bank of Fairfax, this being the balance of the money borrowed to build school houses. for the school houses, and on Saturday last the Circuit Court of Fairfax County entered an order calling the election to be held November 8th. The following warrants were drawn and the clerk was instructed to hold same until Superintendent Milton D. Hall made necessary transfer of funds at the Treasurer’s Office for the payment of them. On motion, Mrs. Payne was elected to teach music in the Vienna white school at a salary of $10.00 per month. It was agreed that it was feasible to use the foundation of the old building. After the public hearing was ended, the board considered the matter. The teachers were assigned for the session 1915-16 as per schedule A, which is made a part of these minutes. The FCPS Board of Directors meets regularly, at least eight times during the school year and in accordance with the Brown Act. My information was that Mrs. Butler was dead, leaving no heirs, and on that basis, I told you I could close with you for $300.00. 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MetaSearch Notice. Mr. Lloyd was authorized to employ a competent person at once to give the school building a thorough cleaning up, etc. Miss Mary C. Millan to Robey at $45.00 per month. Improvements in heating, and suggested in this connection covering the furnace and pipes, flooring the attic, etc. No. Henry Hawxhurst, Chairman, Alfred L. Adams, Clerk, and Herbert F. Williams were present. On motion, resolved: That a summer school be opened in the public school building at Lewinsville upon the close of the present regular session at McLean. The estimated cost of the school building at Idylwood and furnishing the same is $5,000.00. The following were approved and warrants ordered issued for same (no attachment found). On motion made and carried, a warrant for $500.00 was issued to the H. C. Ball Construction Company in part payment on the temporary building at McLean. Motion was duly made, seconded and carried to adjourn. All members were present. The question of appointing a teacher for young children at the Lewinsville School was considered, but decision was postponed until the next meeting of the board. The provision in the deed referred to above, which was not found in the minutes, was a reversion clause that stated: “And it is further provided, that in case that the said lot of land herein ascribed shall cease to be used as a Public School for a period of five years in succession, then it shall revert back to the parties of the first part (Thomas J. Hodgen and his wife Mary M. Hodgen), their heirs or assigns.” To clear the title to the property, the Providence District School Board paid $300.00 to the Hodgens’ heirs and a quitclaim deed was recorded on September 24, 1919, in Fairfax County Deed Book N-8, pages 361-2. Miss Huntington to Oakton at $55.00 per month. 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Topics of Continuing Interest, Important FCPS Instructional Licensure Deadlines, Instructional Licensure: News and Updates, Great Beginnings: The Teacher Induction Program, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, ERFC Retirement Forms, Publications and Resources, Tax-deferred Savings Plans when Leaving FCPS, IRS Expands Mid-Year Change Opportunities for FSA Plans, Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), Background Checks for Volunteers and Mentors, Workforce Development Partnerships (including STEM and STEAM), Policies and Regulations Impacting Partnerships, Design & Construction Services – Current Solicitations, Facilities Management – Current Solicitations, Adult and Community Education Registration, Advanced Academic Programs - Level IV Appeals, Advanced Academics Identification and Placement for Students New to FCPS Boundaries (Including Military Families), For Students New to FCPS Boundaries (Including Military Families), High School Academies and Specialized Programs, Parents' Rights in Fairfax County Public Schools, Child Care Hardship - 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