Dallas Berry, Chairman, Herbert F. Williams, and Douglass S. Mackall, Clerk, were present. The name Dante Dowdy was penciled in. as a member of this board for year ending June 30, 1916. Meetings Policies Library Minutes Include Attachments. The appointment of Miss Alda Richardson as a third teacher at McLean, at a salary of $40.00 per month, was ratified and confirmed. Fairfax Office: National Bank Building, Fairfax, Virginia Miss Ruth C. Millan or Miss Clarice Haines to Clarke at $40.00 per month. The following text pertaining to the minutes of the above meeting was found on a small piece of paper. FCPS Staff All employees of the Fenton Charter Public Schools are held to the highest standards for performance and commitment to the well-being of students. MINUTES . The resignation of Mr. W. H. Sanger at Oakton was accepted. Mr. Hawxhurst acted as temporary chairman while the board was being organized. On motion, transportation charges were allowed to pupils of the sixth and seventh grades who reside two miles or more from schools teaching these grades. 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. Miss Hilda I. Flohr to Hatmark at $40.00 per month. He also answered many questions asked about the construction of this building, which was of interest to the board. Inspection of the school property at Vienna was made. Minutes of a special meeting of the board held in the McLean School on April 3, 1918, at 7:30 P. M. Dallas Berry, Herbert F. Williams, and Douglass S. Mackall were present. I secured from the County Superintendent and State Superintendent proper approvals of the plans, specifications, etc. The difficulty of securing teachers was considered, their pay etc. Millan’s name was crossed out and the name Clarice Haines and $40.00 were penciled in. Mrs. Ethel Hollister to Jermantown at $45.00 per month. The purpose of the meeting was the consideration of the suit brought by the Town of Vienna against the board. It was decided to hold a public hearing at each of these places before coming to any final conclusions in that matter. Fauquier County School Board - School Board Members Minutes. Ordered, that a warrant be issued to Dallas Berry in payment of his expenses etc. Richmond, R. C. Stearnes, Superintendent of Public Instruction The minutes of the meeting of June 2, 1922, were read and approved as read. WEFZEAS, Americans of Asian and Pacific ancestry have made meaningful contributions :j All the contractors that had submitted bids were present, and a discussion lasted for three hours, but no definite action was taken. What's the Difference Between a Crisis and a Concern? Bills were presented, approved and ordered paid. There being no other business, motion was made to adjourn. The Providence District Board met at Vienna, on November 4th, at 3:00 P.M., with all members present. 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. Application for another teacher at Idylwood was discussed and passed until next meeting. Navigate There Close. All members were present. Herbert F. Williams, Chairman. Minutes of a meeting of the board held at McLean, Virginia. Miss Troughton appeared before the board and gave a detailed account of the present school situation at McLean High School and the needs and necessities for the coming session. No action was taken. The contractor and clerk of the board signed this contract immediately, but the chairman of the board refused to act officially in regard to this matter at this meeting. Some of the officials of Vienna contend that this claim was incurred by our board when the town was merged into Providence District by act of legislature. A called meeting of the School Board of Providence District Number 1 was held in the schoolhouse at Vienna, Virginia, Saturday evening, June 17th, with all members of the board present. These 12 appointees are comprised of one representative from each of the nine magisterial districts, plus three at-large members. Thereupon the meeting adjourned. $25,000.00 for the construction of a new school building at Vienna, $20,000.00 for the construction of a new school building at McLean, $5,000.00 for the construction of a new school building at Idylwood. Minutes of a meeting of the Providence District School Board held at the office of Douglass S. Mackall. Messrs. Williams and Mackall reported that they had attended the meeting of the committee of the County School Board held at Fairfax Court House which has under consideration the apportionment of the County School Fund; a copy of the plan of apportionment being inserted on the front page of this minute book (not found), and that on the same day they had both visited the Oakton School. I am sending a copy of this letter to Mr. Williams with copies of the notice and resolutions referred to. A representative of the Alexandria Lumber Company was present and submitted plans and prices of temporary buildings. All warrants issued since the last meeting were examined and approved. Attest: John T. McCarthy, Clerk of the Town Council. Miss Clarice Haines was appointed at Clarke. Being present, he at once took the floor to advise the board in regard to the erection of the Vienna School House. No. A copy of these resolutions is ordered sent to the Mayor of Vienna and a prompt reply requested. Minutes of a meeting of the Providence District School Board held at McLean, on Saturday, May 5, 1917. Signed, Alfred L. Adams, Clerk. The board thereupon considered and adopted a schedule of salaries to be paid the teachers in Providence District during the coming session. The school houses to be located at Vienna and McLean shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared and furnished by the State Board of Education for “Standard 8-Room School Building.” The school house to be located at Idylwood shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared and furnished by the State Board of Education for “Standard School Building… Comm. Warrants issued since the last meeting were examined and approved. Minutes of a meeting of the School Board, held at McLean, Virginia. Motion was duly made, seconded and carried, to declare all offices of this board vacant, and reorganize as this had not been done for more than a year, and a new member had been appointed in that time. The selection of teachers was thereupon considered. Intermixed within these papers are assorted letters, memorandums, lists of teachers, and newspaper clippings. Current bills were presented and approved. Signed, W. G. Edmondson, Clerk, and Herbert F. Williams, Chair. The Vienna Board agreed to furnish this board with a complete statement of its assets and liabilities. 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. Whether such bonds are to be issued or not is to be determined by a vote of a majority of the qualified voters of such school district. Mr. Williams of the school board made it clear to the citizens that in his judgement the board could not appropriate a sum in excess of $20,000 for a building at Vienna and do justice to needy communities in other places in the district. Miss Inez A. Anderson to Chesterbrook (white) at $45.00 per month. The following resolution was offered: “WHEREAS, Chester L. Smith, Contractor, has made application for an extension of time on the contract for the erecting of the Vienna School Building because of the unnecessary delay in starting the work, NOW, be it resolved, that the School Board of Providence District Number 1 change the completion date of this contract from November 15, 1922, to December 31, 1922,” which on motion duly made, seconded and carried was adopted. After discussing conditions generally, the board adjourned to meet January 5, 1922, at Vienna. A called meeting of the district board was held at Vienna, Virginia, with all members and Division Superintendent Milton D. Hall present. The members of the board attended the teachers meeting, there being held, Superintendent Milton D. Hall presiding. 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. All of the members of the board attended the meeting of the County School Board held at Fairfax, on Friday, April 13, 1917, when the question of the apportionment of the County Fund and other important matters were considered. Miss Annie R. Walker was appointed as teacher of music for Oakton and McLean at a salary of $25.00 per month for one visit each week at each school. The minute records of the Providence District School Board, originally held in a bound volume, are found today on 43 loose papers. You are here: Fairfax County Public Schools > School Board > Search School Board Minutes > From Year 2000 to 2009 . On motion, Mr. George W. Constable, janitor at Vienna, is allowed $40.00 per month for janitor service at Vienna School. Motion was duly made, seconded and carried, authorizing the Oakton Building Committee to take in charge the work of the proposed addition to the Oakton School House; to hire a foreman, and erect the building as soon as possible with the approval of the board. The minutes of the meeting of June 17, 1922, were read and approved except paragraph six, which Mr. Williams wished to have worded differently and promised to furnish the clerk with the proposed wording in writing. Minutes of a meeting of the School Board held at McLean, Virginia. After discussion in which school officials and citizens generally participated, the motion to advertise for bids on a new building, said bids to be opened on March 18, 1922, was carried unanimously. Fairfax County School Board/Minutes/April 25, 1985 - 15th Meeting/Page 3 1,; 6. Work Session\ELECTRONIC October 6, 2020 . 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). A called meeting of the School Board of Providence District Number 1 was held in the Oakton School House on Thursday evening, June 22, 1922, with all members of the board present. 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. That all applications of teachers for increased pay be denied. J. N. Hillman, Secretary, State Board of Education. On motion, adjourned. In particular, the term “Colored” was commonly used to describe students and schools. Ordered, that transportation of children from Spring Hill and from Chesterbrook to McLean over the trolley be continued next session as to all children in the seventh grade and over. The civic leagues were invited to be present. Fairfax County Public Schools 861 views. Motion was duly made and carried for the board to go on record as approving the plans as suggested by the Oakton Building Committee. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the plans for the addition to the Oakton School House, as made by Mr. Blake and approved by the State Board of Education, were approved by the board. The said warrant was made payable one year from date. Some of the notes show whether or not an applicant had accepted or declined appointment to a school, or whether or not the salary offered to him or her had been found acceptable by either the board or the teacher. They were informed as to the attitude and action of the board in this matter. Thereupon the meeting adjourned. The minutes of former meetings of the board were read and approved. All that I am authorized to do is to deliver a deed conveying the three interests mentioned for $100.00 each. Department of Public Instruction Our board will be glad to avoid unnecessary expense and hope that our duty in the matter can be made clear without a suit. The following were approved and warrants ordered issued for same (no attachment found). 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. This was a special meeting was held for the purpose of considering the bids received for the transportation of children from Langley and Lewinsville to McLean. The Providence District Board held its regular monthly meeting at Vienna, on July 5, 1921, at 3:00 P.M., with all members present. The Bishopric Manufacturing Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, manufactured and sold Bishopric wallboard with an Elastica plaster coat for building interiors. 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. Her salary was okay. You are here: Fairfax County Public Schools > School Board > Search School Board Minutes > From Year 1950 to 1959 . The warrants drawn on the school funds since January 1, 1916, were fully considered, as also the general condition of the school funds. Motion was duly made and carried to adjourn. 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. 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. A clipping of the article was found attached in the Providence District minutes. It appearing to the board that another teacher was necessary at the McLean High School (Franklin Sherman), the clerk was authorized and directed to enter into a contract with Mrs. Grace H. Clark at a salary of $40.00 per month as assistant teacher at McLean; and he was further authorized to purchase such additional furniture as might be necessary to furnish the fifth room in the school building at McLean and supplement the seating capacity in the other rooms. On motion duly made and carried by a two-thirds vote, Messrs. Hawxhurst and Adams voting in the affirmative, Mr. Williams voting in the negative, the chairman and clerk of this board were instructed to execute the above-mentioned contract with Chester L. Smith for the erection of a Standard Eight Room School Building in the Town of Vienna, Fairfax County, Virginia. Residents are invited to speak at the start of regular Board meetings. 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. The minutes of the former meeting were read and approved. ; all of which matters were taken under consideration by the board. The board was informed that Miss Browning had left the Clarke School. District Warrant 193 for debt due National Bank of Fairfax - $300.00, District Warrant 231 to Annie R. Walker, Music Teacher - $29.50. Thereupon the meeting adjourned. 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 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. Mr. Berry reported that after notice public meetings were held at the Langley and Lewinsville schools, respectively, for the purpose of obtaining the sentiment of the patrons touching on the suggestion to close the one room schools at these two places, and transport the pupils to McLean during the coming school year; that with few exceptions, the sentiment, after a full discussion of the matter with those present at such meetings, appeared to be decidedly in favor of the proposition. Mr. Signed, W. G. Edmondson, Clerk, and Herbert F. Williams, Chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The school board's action meetings (bolded below) are televised live on FCPS-ETV (Spectrum Channel 197, Windstream Channel 13, and MetroNet Channel 2) starting at 6 p.m. Because of COVID-19 precautions, the meetings are virtual, so community members may email input to the board members. After full discussion, the following resolution was offered and carried: Resolved, That the Providence District Board request the town of Vienna to withdraw pending suit for $2,000, and the said board pledges itself not at any time to plead the statute of limitation against this claim. The school board's action meetings (bolded below) are televised live on FCPS-ETV. The Clerk is directed to deliver to the Fairfax Herald a copy of the notice of said special election now filed with this Board, to be published therein for at least three weeks next preceding such election, and to deliver to the Sheriff ten copies of such notice to be by him forthwith posted at Fairfax, Oakton, Vienna, McLean, Langley, Lewinsville, Chesterbrook, Lick, Tyson’s Corner and Kenmore. Plans Number I of the State Department of Education were presented by Mr. Adams as suitable for the new building at Vienna. Mr. Williams wished to have spread upon the minutes of this meeting his reasons for opposing the erection of the above-mentioned building, which are because of the fact that this is to be an 8-inch hollow tile wall and there is only $16,000.00 available at present for this work, which is $9,408.00 less than the contract price. Superintendent Milton D. Hall was also present by special request of the Board. The objections seemed to be rather vague and indefinite. The offer of H. A. Signed, Alfred L. 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