Elementary and Secondary Education
Found in 192 Collections and/or Records:
Contains photographs, notes, journals, and other organization materials from Lisonbee's extensive volunteerism in many organizations such as AARP, Arizona Retired Teachers' Association, Kiwanas, and the Friendship Village Founders' Organization. Dated 1938-2013.
Collection contains the handwritten notes of George Edwards at Miss Chittenden's School in Bath, New York. He notes his daily lessons, including specific subjects, and the exam scores of himself and a few others. Also included are his notes of the sermons each week at church. Dated February 10th to March 27th, 1828.
Contains promotional brochures, program agendas, handbooks, faculty information sheets, statistical reports (1995-2001), department meeting minutes (2002-2004), historical records including enrollment history, program catalogs, flyers, course details and counselor application packets, and other information related to the Especially for Youth program, 1976-1986, 1995-2012.
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography. Evans was born and raised in Springville, Utah. He went to the Utah Agricultural College and taught school in Utah and Wyoming. He moved to California where he worked as a salesman and as a businessman. He gives many details relating to his early life and to his business activities.
Scrapbook describing the first school in northeast Provo (later to be known as Pleasant View and/or Edgemont), its building, teachers, and students. Includes pictures, short biographies, and family group records of the teachers and students. Includes writings from Shirley Blackburn and Eva Gillespie. Also discusses the early devolopment of education in Provo.
Oversized chart showing daily and hourly schedule of classes and lessons during the week, including students' names.