Application for Special State Aid for Transportation, Section 40.34

For the School Year ending June 30, 193__

Note: Read carefully all directions on page 4

Transcribed by Ken Wood 

To the State Superintendent

Madison, Wis.

 We, the undersigned member of the school board of Joint  district No. 1  of the town (or towns, village or city) of Unity + Brighton + Vil Unity counties of Clark & Marathon, state of Wisconsin, hereby apply for special state aid for the above named district on account of transportation provided persons of school age (4 years and less than 20) residing in said district for the year ending June 30, 1932.

A. Consolidated Rural School District

  1. Was transportation provided to and from the consolidated school for the entire school term for all children residing over one mile from the school house?..

        NOTE---Report names, etc., Table 1.

B. Districts (not consolidated) in which the school has not been suspended.

  1. Did the electors at the annual meeting, or a special meeting legally called for that purpose, authorize the school board to provide transportation for children residing in the home district? Yes

  1.  If so, for how many months was transportation provided? Nine

Note.---Report names, etc., Table 1.

  1. If the electors failed or refused to authorize the school board to provide transportation, was transportation which was safe and comfortable provided by the parents or guardians of children residing more than two miles from the nearest school in the home district or adjoining district?________

Note.---If so, report such children under Table II; give all information called for.

 

C. Districts in which the electors have voted to suspend all of the schools and new districts formed out of detached territory with no school building.

  1. For what length of time was the school board authorized to suspend the school?.

  1. Did the electors authorize the payment of tuition and transportation for such time as the school was suspended for all persons of school age, desiring to attend public school in an adjoining district or districts?..

  1. Designate the district or districts in which pupils attended school.

______District No.______, town (or towns, village or city) of________, county or counties  of __________

     Note.---Report names, etc., Table 1.

D. Union Free High Schools.

  1. Was the transportation provided by parent or guardian for children residing more than three miles from the high school in such district, safe, comfortable and convenient?__

Note.---Report names, etc. in Table II, giving all the information called for.

E.  The questions below must be answered by all districts except those in which electors fail to authorize the board to provide transportation, and transportation was provided by parents or guardians.

  1. Did the school board enter into written contracts in the name of the district with the parents or guardians or other persons for transporting or providing for the transportation of all persons who attended and who were entitled to transportation? Yes

  1. Did Such contracts provide that the children were to be transported in a safe and comfortable manner in a conveyance provided with protection against cold and inclement weather? Yes

  1. Was the driver of each conveyance a person of good moral character, trustworthy and responsible?_____

  1. Did such person or persons, other than parent or guardian, who entered into contract with the district file a bond in the sum of $250,000, as required by law? Yes

  1. In case board and lodging were provided in lieu of transportation, did the school board enter into written contract with the person or persons who furnished such board and lodging?_______

Persons with whom contract was entered into for transportation of pupils:

Name Ernest Regal  P.O. Unity, Wis.  Amt paid for year 630.00

Table 1. PUPILS FOR WHOM TRANSPORTATION WAS AUTHORIZED BY ELECTORS OR REQUIRED BY LAW

Name of Pupil

Age

Mode of Conveyance (Wagon, sleigh, auto, steam or electric car)

Distance from home of parent or guardian to school attended

No. of days attended while being transported

Total No. of days attendance

Carlson, Delmer

11

Wagon 2 167

167

Colby, Lowell

11

Wagon 3 173

173

Colby, Lloyd

6

Wagon 3 173

173

Colby, Erma

13

Wagon 3 176

173

Colby, Rh (?)

18

Wagon 2.75 163

 

Colby, Berl

17

Wagon 2.75 164

 

Carlson, Clifford

8

Parent 2.2 168

 

Carlson, Dale

4

Parent 2.2 167

 

Carlson, Marvin

6

Parent 2,2 172

 

Evenson, Iven

14

Parent 3.5 160

 

Evenson, Ernie

9

Parent 3.5 161

 

Evenson, Lucille

12

Parent 3.5 165

 

Erickson, Oscar

8

Parent 2..2 174

 

Edblom, Dorothy

16

Parent 2.75 174

 

Jewett, Norman

11

Wagon 3.25 162

 

Jewett, Alice

7

Wagon 3.25 173

 

Jewett, Dorothy

7

Wagon 3.25 132

 

Kilty, Donald

10

Parent 2.75 160

 

Kilty, Kenneth

8

Parent 2.75 157

 

Kilty, Lyle

5

Parent 2.75 162

 

Kilty, Lorraine

7

Parent 2.75 157

 

Kilty, Glen

13

Parent 2.75 162

 

Korntved, Glen

13

Wagon 2.75 159

 

Korntved, Kathryn

16

Wagon 2.75 157

 

Lynn, Bernice

10

Wagon 3.5 170

 

Lynn, June

7

Wagon 3.5 174

 

Lynn, Rudolph

8

Wagon 3.5 170

 

Lynn, Evelyn

8

Wagon 3.5 165

 

Lynn, Phyllis

7

Wagon 3.5 168

 

Lynn, Beatrice

12

Wagon 3.5 172

 

Johnson, Helen

9

Parent 2.2 163

 

Johnson, Wallis

8

Parent 2.2 157

 

Johnson, Vivian

6

Parent 2.2 154

 

Jewett, Hazel

5

Wagon 3.25 158

 

Regal, Hazel

10

Wagon 3.5 165

 

Regal, Edward

8

Wagon 3.5 160

 

Regal, Fern

6

Wagon 3.5 164

 

Regal, Paul

13

Wagon 3.5 155

 

Salter, Evelyn

7

Wagon 3 176

 

Salter, Doris

11

Wagon 3 132

 

Salter, Stewart

13

Wagon 3 174

 

Snowberg, Dorothy

13

Parent 2.2 174

 

 

Total days

Due from state

6889 $688.90

We, the undersigned school board members of the above named district, each for himself and as an officer of said district being duly sworn, depose and say that the forgoing statements are, according to our best knowledge and belief, true and correct in every particular and in each and every case the aid is demanded for the number of days such child actually attended school while being transported to and from school in a safe and comfortable manner or boarded as provided by law.  Further, that no claim is made for any day or part of day when such child was suffered or permitted to walk to or from school.

 

Clerk:  J. E. Fuller   P. O. Unity

Director: Otto Kuehling

Treasurer: Aug. C. Perschek (?)

Principal Teacher: H. C. Weass  (?)

 

 


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