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Record Keeping
Additional Pages:
Old Report Cards
Teacher Registers and Attendance Rosters

 

School Records in the Early Years

 

Teacher's Daily Registers 1916

These bound pages contained a list of students in the class with attendance records and grades.  In addition, one would find Regulations for Teachers that included a requirement for holding a valid teaching certificate,  instructions for record keeping, the role of the County Superintendent among other pertinent information. 

 

 

 

 

Report Cards

Student information in the early 1900's contained the attendance,  attendance averages, grades, notices to parents, promotion status,

number in class and class rank.  The grading scale, a numeric system, is located at the bottom.

90-100 = Excellent

80-90 = Good

70-80 = Passible

70 or below = Subject Failure

Also, students had to maintain an over-all average of 75 percent with examinations counting as one-third of the total grade.

 

 

 

 

Textbook Cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admissions Certificates for Extension

 

 

 

A Teacher's Monthly School Report in 1935

 

 

         
         

Please note: Florida has a very broad public records law. Most written communication to or from our state officials regarding
state business are public records that are available to the public and media upon request.