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Teachers can earn up to $90 a month in the fall 1912

110 YEARS AGOThursday, June 20, 1912from the Mathews Journal

Teachers’ Notice: We desire that all teachers desiring positions in the Chesapeake District Schools will please make application according to school law, to the district clerk on or before July 1, 1912. Salary ranging from $30 to $90 according to ability. Term, seven months sure, perhaps eight. By order School Board, John F. Hudgins, D.C.

100 YEARS AGOThursday, June 24, 1922from the Gloucester Gazette

Naxera Graded School: Although our school closed in April, our League has not been idle. We have accomplished a good deal. We decided that one of the greatest needs of our school was an eight months term and have secured pledges amounting to $140 toward paying the teachers.

The League was much pleased by the gift of the old Presbyterian Church on condition that we move it to our school grounds to be used as a hall or a place for all proper entertainments and meetings. Anyone visiting our school after an entertainmen...

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