Calculating the long term national costs for the school lockdowns of 2020. @EricHanushek @HooverInst

Sep 18, 01:43 AM
Photo: 1889
Back of photo states:.Hornick School SS No. 11.Cost $250.00 to build and furnish, year 1890.Caretaker paid 5 cents a day...Excerpt from: 'Schools of Kaladar Townshhip' by Eileen Flieler (The Pioneer Times, Newsletter of the CDHS Spring 2015):..'SS#11–Hornick's School (1889–1900), according to the original minute book was built on Wilson Vance's lot and was erected by James Freeburn and sons. SS#11 was formed when school section #2 was divided. Up until then the students went to Flinton (quite a walk)... The divisions formed SS#11–Hornick's School. The desks were made by William McLuckie. Two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) was raised for the construction, fencing and furnishing of this school which measured 18 feet wide, 30 feet long with ceilings of 10 ft. It had 2 windows on each side, clapboard on the outside and the shingles were laid in lime mortar. It had a stone foundation. Trustees were Wm. McLuckie, James Bryden, Wm. J. Freeburn and T. P. Hornick..Miss Betty Hornick was hired as the teacher for 1891 at a salary of $15.00 a month. The school was to be kept open for at least six months of the year...In 1895, because some non-resident students were attending free of charge, a motion was passed by the board that non-resident students should pay a monthly fee of twenty-five cents (25¢) each
 
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