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Art. 2701b. RURAL SUPERVISOR IN CERTAIN COUNTIES. Section
1. That the County Board of School Trustees in counties having a
population of 30,000 to 30,500 and a population of 34,300 to 34,500
according to the Federal census of 1920, may employ a rural school
supervisor or supervisors to plan, outline, and supervise the work
of the primary and intermediate grades of the rural schools of the
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of such supervisor to visit the
schools of the county and help the teachers with their class work by
teaching demonstration lessons for them; suggesting methods of
prescribing the work and aiding them in any other ways possible.
Sec. 3. The supervisor may call meetings of the teachers when
deemed necessary, for the purpose of discussing their work with
them, and it shall be the duty of the teachers to attend all such
meetings called by the supervisor, whenever possible.
Sec. 4. The salary of the rural school supervisor shall be
determined by the County Board of School Trustees; provided that
the total salary paid such supervisor for any one year shall not
exceed $1,800.00. Said salary shall be paid out of the local or
available funds of the districts in proportion to the weekly
salary, or salaries, of the teachers of the district or may be
apportioned out of the State and County apportionment.
Sec. 5. The employment of a rural school supervisor under the
terms of this Act shall exempt the County Superintendent from
holding a teachers' institute for rural teachers, and teachers of
Independent districts of less than 10,000 population and exempt
such teachers from attendance upon a teachers' institute as
provided for in Article 2691, Revised Civil Statutes of 1925, and as
amended by the 40th Legislature.
Acts 1929, 41st Leg., p. 526, ch. 251.
Last modified: August 11, 2007