Category: Rev. Theodore Krienke

1930-06-03 C.O. Britt named Superintendent

During the June 3, 1930 Board of Trustees meeting, “Mr. Britt was elected superintendent for the 1930-1931 school year at a salary of $2200.00.” The February 7, 1939 Minutes reported that Board President Rev. Krienke asked Mr. Britt to resign as Superintendent honoring an agreement made during September 1938.       Board Minutes from 1930 Board Minutes from...

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1933-02-07 Situation of teaching Mexican children

Under the direction of Board President, Rev. Theodore Krienke, a “committee be apointed [sic] to look into the situation of teaching the mexican [sic] children.” Board meeting Minutes from February 7, 1933 note that “members of the school committee on Mexican situation were appointed as follows: Helmer Johnson, W.J. Walsh D.B. Gregg.” “The Mexican School,” was originally housed in rental space in the Negro M.E. Church in Old Town and opened on October 9, 1933. Norma Pfluger was named the school’s teacher at a rate of $75/month. The school year was seven months long. Round Rock Schools were now...

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