Plans for the school that will eventually be names LPAS are approved by the School Board in 1852

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Plans for the school that will eventually be names LPAS are approved by the School Board in 1852 - At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the...
At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Univesi ty and Public Schools of the City of Louisville, Apiil 5th, le52 Present: J. H. Harney, President; Messrs. Bur. ton. Harris, Redd, Shrader, H A. Hughes, Sehon, Morris, Morris, T. T. Hughes, Hobson, Heywood, Thompson, and Leonard. The agent reported the salaries of the teachers and agent lor March, which were allowed Mr. Alorris, from the finance committee, reported on sundry amount9 for rents, &c., which were allowed. The accounts of Kell fc Shelby and J. W. Bowser were referred to the finance committee. Mr. Harm, from the building committee, reported (veroally) an alteration in the plan for school houses heretofore adopted, which was agreed to. Mr.Morris moved the following reeo ution, viz. Resolved, That the Board determine on building school houses in the 1st, 3d, 5th and 8th wards first Mr Leonard moved to strike out the 5th and irsert the 6th, and the question being taken thereon, it was decided in the affirmative and the resolution aoopted. Mr. Sehon moved the following resolu.ion, viz: Resolved, That a committee be appointed to wait upon the City Council and urge upon them an increase increase In the city tax of 12tl cents, lor educational purposes. purposes. Which was adopted; whereupon the President appointed appointed MeaBrs. Sehon, Heywood, T. P.Hughes, Redd, and Harris said committee. On motion of Mr. Hobson, the President was added to said committee. Mr. Sehon moved the following resolution, viz: Resolved, That Mr. K. E. Williams be employed ai architect of the school houses. Which was adopted. Sundry school books, mentioned by Mr. Heywood, were referred to the committee on examination and control to examine and report thereon. Theagentwas directed to place fllr.rurdy as assistant assistant in Mr Browder's school, and Murray in Mr.Beech's, if necessary. A petition from B. A. Gailbreath, for pay for ;ehooI books furnished poor scholars, was referred to the finance committee. And then the Beard adjourned until the next regular meeting, on the first Mondiy in May next, at 7 o'clock, P.M. J. H. HAKNEY, President. G. I. Johnston, Secretary.

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  1. The Louisville Daily Courier,
  2. 07 Apr 1852, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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