Schools Open At Blaney on August 30

The Blaney School will open its 1961-62 session with a brief exercise in the gymnasium, Wednesday, August 30, at 9 a.m. The pupils will then be placed into sections and will go to their respective classrooms for registration and book lists.

Thursday will be devoted to renting textbooks and on Friday short class periods will be observed. No lunches will be served and school will begin at 8:30 and be dismissed at 12 o’clock on these days.

Labor Day, Monday, September 4, will be observed as the first holiday of the new season. On Tuesday, september 5, school will begin at 8:30 and be dismissed at 2:35.

Any child entering the first grade who did not attend the pre-school clinic should register at the school any morning between the hour of 8 and 1 o’clock. No child who will not be six years of age by November 1, 1961, may register.

The bus routes will be the same as last year’s unless an adjustment is needed for new persons moving into the community.

The high school wing has been wired for educational television and a TV set has been placed in each high school class room. Five classes will use Educational Television as an aid in their instruction this year. These classes include South Carolina history, algebra I, algebra II, ninth grade science and conversational French.

August 17, 1961  Columbia Record (published as THE COLUMBIA RECORD)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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