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Public Document 



GOODELL LIBRARY No. 2 



MASS. 
DOCS. 
COLL. 



^Iie Commontoealtfi oi 0ai^lt^ixMti 

UMVERSITY OF 

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ANNUAL' 



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OF THE 



Department of Education 

For the Year ending June 30, 1950 . 



Tabulation op the School Returns 
School Year ending June 30, 1950 

AND 

Fiscal Year Next Preceding 1950 



Part II 




l, \ Publication of this Docdmbnt Appboved by Geoege J. Cbonin, State Pubchasinq Agent 
1500-12-50-903426 



ANNUAL REPORT 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Part II 

Introduction 

In this Report for the school year ending June 30, 1950, statistics for those towns 
on the 8-Ij. plan of organization are so reported. In the case of towns having the 
junior high school unit, the statistics are reported (in accordance with a ruling of 
this department for more uniform classification) on the 6-S-S plan. 

In the case of cities or towns having the 6-2-4 system, superintendents have 
allocated statistics, both financial and vital, to fit in with the 6-3-3 or the 8-4 plan. 

There are some school systems organized on the 6-6 basis — the high school offer- 
ing six years of work. It has been necessary in these cases to allocate the seventh 
and eighth years with the elementary schools or to report a six-year elementary 
school system and divide the financial and vital statistics of the high school into 
three-year junior high and three-year senior high school groups. Columns 51-53, 
inclusive, designate the exact plan of organization in effect in each city or town. 

TABULATION OF SCHOOL RETURNS 
EXPLANATION 

The table beginninfi; on page 4 gives the principal items in the annual school returns 
from the 351 cities and towns of the Commonwealth. 

To find any particular city or town use the index on pages 2 and 3. 
In the table the cities and towns are divided into four groups, and arranged within 
each group in the order of population, as follows: 

Index 
Numbers 

Group I. Cities 1-39 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 population or over 40-124 

Group III. Towns of less than 5,000 population and maintaining public high 

schools 125-231 

Group IV. Towns of less than 5,000 population and not maintaining public 

high schools 232-351 

It is to be noted that — 

(1) All per capitas, with the exception of those in the tables on elementary schools, 
junior high schools, high schools, and column 47A, are based upon the net average 
membership in the public schools. 

(2) The rank of each city and town on the basis of the per capita expenditure is for 
the particular group in which it is classed. For the State rank of each city and town, 
see Graduated Valuation Table, the last table of this compilation. 

(3) In computing the amount raised by local taxation for the support of the public 
schools, all reimbursements received from the State on account of school expenditures, 
and all contributions received from sources other than local taxation, have first been 
deducted from the total expenditure. 

The columns containing any particular item have the same number throughout the 
table. They contain the following data: 

Column 
Number 

1. Population, United States Census of 1940. 

2. Valuation, as of January 1, 1949. These valuations include supplementary 

assessments made between the 10th and the 20th of December, 1949, on 
property as of January 1, 1949. 
3-7. Teaching staff in public day schools. 
8-15. Pupils in public day schools. 
16—28. Itemized expenditures for support of all public schools, year ending June 30, 

1950. 
29-31. Expenditures for outlay, including new grounds, buildings and alterations, 
and new equipment, year ending June 30, 1950. 



2 P.D. 2. 

Column 
Number 

32, 33. Valuation per pupil, based on the net average membership of the pubHc day 
schools for the year ending June 30, 1950, and the rank in its group of the 
city or town based thereon. 
34, 35. Expenditures per $1,000 valuation for school support from funds raised by 
local taxation, fiscal year next preceding June 30, 1950, and the rank in its 
group of the city or town based thereon. 
36, 37. Rate of total tax per $1,000 valuation for 1949, and the group rank of the 

city or town based thereon. 
38-48. Expenditures Jor school support, classified as to sources from which the funds 
were received. These expenditures are for the year ending Dec. 31, 
1949. These columns contain also the rank in its group of each city 
and town on the basis of the per capita expenditure from funds re- 
ceived from local taxation, from the State and from all sources. 

49. School Fund. Chapter 70, General Laws (c. 643, 1949). 

50. School Transportation. Chapter 71, S. 7A, General Laws (c. 679, 1947). 
51-53. Number of year grades in elementary schools, junior high schools, if any, and 

senior high schools. 
64-67 Day elementary sclwols. (Grades I to VIII.) 
68-81. Day elementary schools. (Grades I to VI.) (6-3-3 system.) 
82-94. Junior high schools. (Grades VII, VIII, and IX.) 
95-107. Day high schools in cities and towns in Groups I, II, and III. {6-3-3 system, 

Grades X, XI, and XII.) 
108-121. Day high schools in cities and towns in Groups I, II, and III. (8-4 system.) 
122-129. Expenditures for high school education in Group IV, which are towns not 

maintaining public high schools. 
130-141. Persons 5 to 16 years of age, October 1, 1949, classified in the two age groups, 
5 to 7 and 7 to 16. In each group there is given the number in the regis- 
tration of minors in public schools, and in private schoels; also the distribu- 
tion of such minors in the membership of the schools of the State. 
142, 143. Illiterate minors, 16 to 21 years of age, October 1, 1949. 
144-163. Pupils in each grade. (8-4 system.) Membership in public day schools, 

October 1, 1949, classified as to grade. 
164-183. Pupils in each grade. (6-3-3 system.) Membership in public day schools 

October 1, 1949, classified as to grade. 
184-213. Training of Teachers. (Elementary, Junior High, High.) 
214-222A. School Buildings. Distributed by schools. 
223. Total valuation of school property. 



INDEX OF CITIES AND TOWNS. 

The number preceding the name of the city or town indicates its place in the table that follows. 



121 Abington 
169 Acton 

235 Acushnet 
65 Adams 
92 Agawam 

343 Alford 
72 Amesbury 

113 Amherst 
69 Andover 
41 Arlington 

247 Ashburnham 

222 Aehby 

228 Ashfield 

177 Ashland 
68 Athol 
33 Attleboro 

108 Auburn 

182 Avon 

144 Ayer 

84 Barnstable 
147 Barre 
300 Becket 

236 Bedford 
149 Belchertown 
163 Bellingham 

43 Belmont 
280 Berkley 
284 Berlin 
225 BernardstoD 

27 Beverly 



91 Billerica 
131 Blackstone 
310 Blandford 

298 Bolton 
1 Boston 

153 Bourne 
323 Boxborough 
297 Boxford 
270 Boylston 

51 Braintree 
294 Brewster 

82 Bridgewater 
223 Brimfield 

14 Brockton 
212 Brookfield 

40 Brookline 
267 Buckland 
186 Burlington 

5 Cambridge 
114 Canton 

299 Carlisle 
269 Carver 
229 Charlemont 
174 Charlton 
192 Chatham 

87 Chelmsford 

22 Chelsea 
260 Cheshire 
219 Chester 
318 Chesterfield 



21 Chicopee 
339 Chilmark 
275 Clarksburg 

67 Clinton 
159 Cohasset 
268 Colrain 

90 Concord 
291 Conway 
304 Cummington 

135 Dalton 
60 Danvers 
81 Dartmouth 
54 Dedham 

171 Deerfield 
254 Dennis 
162 Dighton 

172 Douglas 

213 Dover 
101 Dracut 
234 Dudley 
313 Dunstable 
181 Duxbury 

139 East Bridgewater 
288 East Brookfield 
306 Eastham 

77 Eastbampton 
237 East Longmeadow 
124 Easton 

214 Edgartown 



Pt. II. 

312 Egremont 
273 Erving 
272 Essex 
18 Everett 

70 Fairhaven 

4 Fall River 

104 Falmouth 

20 Fitchburg 

319 Florida 

117 Foxborough 

45 Framingham 

102 Franklin 

264 Freetown 

35 Gardner 
349 Gay Head 

201 Georgetown 

292 Gill 

30 Gloucester 
337 Goshen 
347 Gosnold 

99 Grafton 
281 Granby 
302 Granville 
120 Great Barrington 

53 Greenfield 

175 Groton 
193 Groveland 

173 Hadley 

293 Halifax 
195 Hamilton 

285 Hampden 
327 Hancock 

166 Hanover 
242 Hanson 
191 Hard wick 

202 Harvard 

176 Harwich 

188 Hatfield 
19 Haverhill 

335 Hawley 
326 Heath 

89 Hingham 
278 Hinsdale 
152 Holbrook 
138 Holden 

336 Holland 
161 Holliston 

16 Holyoke 
158 Hopedale 
170 Hopkinton 

286 Hubbardston 
88 Hudson 

250 Hull 

216 Huntington 

116 Ipswich 

167 Kingston 

257 Lakeville 

164 Lancaster 
274 Lanesborough 

10 Lawrence 
134 Lee 
125 Leicester 

165 Lenox 

31 Leominster 
301 Leverett 

62 Lexington 
333 Leyden 
256 Lincoln 
207 Littleton 
232 Longmeadow 

8 Lowell 
85 Ludlow 

189 Lunenburg 

9 Lynn 
246 Lynnfield 

15 Maiden 

178 Manchester 
110 Mansfield 

73 Marblehead 
253 Marion 
38 Marlborough 

179 Marshfield 
316 Mashpee 
262 Mattapoisett 
106 Maynard 
132 Medfield 

13 Medtord 



155 Medway 

28 Melrose 

217 Mendon 

183 Merrimac 

46 Methuen 

80 Middleborough 
342 Middlefield 
244 Middleton 

55 Milford 
103 Millbury 
185 Millis 
258 Millville 

47 Milton 
341 Monroe 
123 Monson 

96 Montague 
328 Monterey 
345 Montgomery 
351 Mount Washington 

255 Nahant 
150 Nantucket 

61 Natick 

66 Needham 
350 New Ashford 
6 New Bedford 
315 New Braintree 
263 Newbury 

39 Newbury port 
224 New Marlborough 
231 New Salem 

12 Newton 
245 Norfolk 

32 North Adams 

29 Northampton 

98 North Andover 

76 North Attleborough 
180 Northborough 

78 Northbridge 

154 North Brookfield 

196 Northfield 

239 North Reading 
160 Norton 

198 Norwell 
56 Norwood 

209 Oak Bluffa 
317 Oakham 
122 Orange 
211 Orleans 
325 Otis 
129 Oxford 

79 Palmer 
296 Paxton 

34 Peabody 

307 Pelham 
204 Pembroke 
157 Pepperell 
346 Peru 

226 Petersham 
309 Phillipston 

17 Pittsfield 
332 Plainfield 
218 Plainville 

64 Plymouth 

308 Plympton 
230 Princeton 
142 Provincetown 

11 Quincy 

94 Randolph 

251 Raynham 

71 Reading 

240 Rehoboth 
26 Revere 

303 Richmond 

276 Rochester 
86 Rockland 

145 Rockport 
338 Rowe 
266 Rowley 
295 Royalston 

277 RusaeU 
190 Rutland 

23 Salem 
243 Salisbury 
320 Sandisfield 
215 Sandwich 

59 Saugus 
330 Savoy 



137 Scituate 
233 Seekonk 
141 Sharon 
206 Sheffield 
208 Shelburne 
287 Sherborn 
241 Shirley 

95 Shrewsbury 
344 Shutesbury 
119 Somerset 

7 Somervilie 
290 Southampton 
187 Southborough 

49 Southbridge 
105 South Hadley 
265 Southwick 
107 Spencer 

3 Springfield 
259 SterUng 
200 Stockbridge 

74 Stoneham 
83 Stoughton 

220 Stow 

249 Sturbridge 
203 Sudbury 
282 Sunderland 
168 Sutton 

75 Swampscott 
126 Swansea 

25 Taunton 
130 Templeton 
118 Tewksbury 
197 Tisbury 
348 Tolland 

221 Topsfield 
194 Townsend 
305 Truro 

261 Tyngsborough 
340 Tyringham 

248 Upton 
112 Uxbridge 

52 Wakefield 
324 Wales 
100 Walpole 

24 Waltham 

97 Ware 
115 Wareham 
146 Warren 
314 Warwick 
331 Washington 

42 Watertown 
148 Wayland 

63 Webster 

57 Wellesley 
227 Wellfleet 
322 Wendell 
279 Wenham 
111 Westborough 
199 West Boylston 
156 West Bridgewater 
271 West Brookfield 

37 Westfield 
140 Westford 
321 Westhampton 
252 Westminster 
210 West Newbury 
143 Weston 
136 Westport 

48 West Springfield 
283 West Stockbridge 
334 West Tisbury 
151 Westwood 

44 Weymouth 
289 Whately 

93 Whitman 
238 Wilbraham 
206 Williamsburg 
133 Williamstown 
128 Wilmington 
109 Winchendon 

58 Winchester 
329 Windsor 

50 Winthrop 

36 Woburn 

2 Worcester 

311 Worthington 

127 Wrentham 

184 Yarmouth 



P.D. 2 



Group I. Cities 



CITIES 



Teaching Staff in All Public Day 

Schools — Kindergarten, Elementary, 

Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 1950 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1 


Boston 


770,816 


$1,603,345,450 


99 


125 


3,280 


3,504 


_ 


2 


Worcester 


193,694 


308,808,300 


61 


10 


884 


955 


- 


3 


Springfield . 
Fall River . 


149,554 


281,578,570 


31 


16 


731 


778 


5 


4 


115,428 


122,812,900 


31 


13 


420 


464 




5 


Cambridge . 


110,879 


203,763,400 


19 


16 


490 


525 


15 


6 


New Bedford 


110,341 


114,914,325 


33 


22 


477 


532 


1 


7 


Somerville . 


102,177 


131,136,700 


11 


8 


513 


532 




8 


Lowell 


101,389 


106,342,250 


15 


- 


398 


413 


_ 


9 


Lynn . 


98,123 


136,536,540 


15 


11 


453 


479 


9 


10 


Lawrence 


84,323 


88,816,600 


22 


12 


318 


352 




11 


Quincy 


75,810 


145,469,675 


17 


5 


454 


476 


_ 


12 


Newton 


69,873 


196,780,550 


19 


12 


471 


502 


35 


13 


Medford 


63,083 


88,948,700 


16 


10 


371 


397 


1 


14 


Brockton 


62,343 


78,102,100 


12 


8 


311 


331 


3 


15 


Maiden 


58,010 


78,525,750 


12 


9 


309 


330 




16 


Holyoke 


63,750 


78,089,760 


11 


_ 


196 


207 


2 


17 


Pittsfield . 


49,684 


96,838,485 


19 


17 


284 


320 


_ 


18 


Everett 


46,784 


95,427,950 


9 


10 


298 


317 


_ 


19 


Haveihill 


46,752 


57,548,875 


6 


7 


204 


217 


_ 


20 


Fitchburg 


41,824 


58,691,650 


4 


7 


139 


150 


5 


21 


Chicopee 


41,664 


47,356,150 


9 


3 


177 


189 


1 


22 


Chelsea 


41,259 


43,693,000 


6 


12 


210 


228 


— 


23 


Salem 


41,213 


57,606,150 


6 


6 


189 


201 


2 


24 


Waltham 


40,020 


62,902,950 


9 


7 


210 


226 


- 


25 


Taunton 


37,395 


37,706.120 


5 


7 


206 


218 


2 


26 


Revere 


34,405 


43.589.700 


7 


11 


241 


259 


3 


27 


Beverly 


25,537 


41.833,300 


9 


6 


165 


180 


7 


28 


Meliose 


25,333 


42,271,750 


5 


5 


156 


166 


— 


29 


Northampton 


24.794 


29.718,640 


4 


7 


116 


127 


5 


30 


Gloucester . 


24,046 


41,200,615 


2 


14 


141 


157 


2 


31 


Leominster . 


22.226 


26,615,666 


2 


_ 


108 


110 


6 


32 


North Adams 


22,213 


21,971.079 


7 


- 


128 


135 


6 


33 


Attleboro 


22,071 


33.957.150 


8 


6 


126 


140 


4 


34 


Peabody 


21,711 


25,217,025 


10 


6 


121 


137 


1 


35 


Gardner 


20,206 


23,733,996 


1 


4 


84 


89 


2 


36 


Woburn 


19,751 


24,025,175 


2 


3 


112 


117 


_ 


87 


Westfield 


18,793 


23,635.160 


8 


5 


112 


125 


_ 


88 


Marlborough 


15,154 


16,403,468 


3 


3 


73 


79 


— 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


13,916 


13,514,350 


3 


2 


68 


73 


5 




. 2,916,344 


S4,729,429,974 


568 


425 


13,744 


14,737 


122 



Pt. II. 









Geoup I. 


Cities 








Pupils in All Public Day Schools 


— Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, 


fit 




High — Year ending June 30, 1950 










* 


"S 


"o 




1.2 J i 


|i1 


-2" 








^ a 




S-S-a g, 


&-ja 


E'^ 


1 

i 


1 

it 


ll 


1! 

li 




upila for w 
city paid tuJ 
for not less 1 
half of school ; 


on-residents 
attended not 
than half of ac 
year 




£ 




<J 


< 


< 


Ph 


2 


^ 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


99,149 


14,924,598 


82,704 


180 


90,929 


515 


401 


91,043 


25,754 


4,176,996 


23,299 


180 


24,948 


- 


152 


24,796 


19,752 


3,119,348 


17,261 


181 


18,884 


— 


691 


18,193 


11,581 


1,792,615 


10,381 


180 


11,057 


1 


190 


10,868 


11,357 


1,849,001 


9,660 


180 


10,538 


4 


105 


10,437 


11,529 


1,847,469 


10,245 


180 


11,038 


1 


122 


10,917 


13,229 


2,061,059 


11,694 


176 


12,655 


7 


53 


12,609 


9,009 


1,402,863 


7,866 


179 


8,416 


— 


198 


8,218 


11,034 


1,791,645 


10,127 


177 


10,782 


1 


83 


10,200 


7,171 


1,148,350 


6,443 


178 


6,941 


- 


22 


6,919 


11,904 


1,923,211 


10,785 


178 


11,562 


2 


50 


11,514 


11,727 


1,885,770 


10,545 


179 


11,456 


- 


74 


11,382 


9,441 


1,545,886 


8,640 


179 


9,262 


— 


60 


9,202 


8,558 


1,381,594 


7,886 


179 


8,357 


1 


59 


8,299 


7,594 


1,242,209 


6,890 


180 


7,331 


- 


69 


7,262 


5,038 


815,242 


4,504 


181 


4,821 


_ 


21 


4,800 


8,198 


1,298,977 


7,244 


180 


7,856 


— 


201 


7,655 


6,345 


1,055,089 


5,861 


180 


6,190 


13 


48 


6,155 


5,429 


850,358 


4,903 


173 


5,160 


— 


158 


5,002 


3,900 


633,508 


3,576 


177 


3,789 


- 


104 


3,685 


4,887 


778,845 


4,293 


181 


4,620 


_ 


4 


4,616 


5,224 


842,094 


4,719 


181 


5,092 


39 


13 


5,118 


3,975 


626,727 


3,555 


176 


3,829 


- 


20 


3,809 


5,690 


903,110 


5,101 


177 


5,510 


7 


25 


5,492 


5,002 


804,883 


4,560 


176 


4,839 


- 


121 


4,718 


6,633 


904,941 


5,042 


180 


5,484 


_ 


70 


5,414 


3,725 


613,421 


3,424 


179 


3,645 


2 


61 


3,586 


3,690 


611,734 


3,365 


180 


3,577 


— 


43 


3,534 


2,775 


454,770 


2,549 


180 


2,697 


4 


71 


2,630 


3,814 


607,741 


3,477 


177 


3,698 


6 


91 


3,613 


2,513 


416,272 


2,304 


180 


2,434 


_ 


29 


2,405 


3,216 


513,643 


2,921 


176 


3,130 


3 


129 


3,004 


3,434 


559,310 


3,118 


180 


3,290 


- 


17 


3,273 


2,852 


458,293 


2,625 


176 


2,797 


3 


9 


2,791 


1,993 


320,326 


1,895 


169 


1,974 


- 


53 


1,921 


2,969 


482,188 


2,700 


177 


2,895 


24 


95 


2,824 


2,912 


475,276 


2,638 


180 


2,820 


3 


215 


2,608 


1,848 


290,976 


1,641 


178 


1,756 


4 


39 


1,721 


1,793 


287,824 


1,620 


177 


1,727 


- 


- 


1,727 


365,644 


57,698,162 


322,061 


179 


347.786 


640 


3,966 


344,460 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



CITIES 



Itemized Expendituhes foh Suppobt or all Public 







1 
c 
a 
C 




"3 

02 


o 
o 

1 




O 








16 




17 




18 




19 




1 


Boston 


$1,517,457 94 


$14,195,191 


29 


$154,728 99 


$897,126 74 


2 


Worcester 


125,319 


48 


3,561,780 


27 


37,947 


33 


186,859 


62 


3 


Springfield . 


143,074 


79 


3,176,680 


82 


36,125 


68 


186,020 


89 


4 


Fall River . 


57,360 


53 


1,562,725 


05 


20,151 


30 


44,676 


83 


5 


Cambridge . 


97,838 


04 


1,961.857 


59 


32,107 


15 


64,589 


71 


6 


New Bedford 


66,525 


15 


1,581,123 


94 


17,907 


38 


43,095 


42 


7 


Somerville . 


48,035 


77 


1,889,681 


90 


21,838 


32 


46,360 


22 


8 


Lowell 


45,252 


88 


1,524,511 


82 


44,036 


28 


24,313 


67 


9 


Lynn 


74,082 


45 


1,756,848 


62 


26,966 


07 


77,717 


34 


10 


Lawrence 


41,084 


16 


1,235,850 


45 


15,242 


88 


18,193 


66 


11 


Quincy 


66,677 


98 


1,679,785 


09 


29,981 


40 


77,132 


71 


12 


Newton 


84,519 


97 


1,950,932 


44 


28,275 


96 


133,256 


91 


13 


Medford 


43,562 


41 


1,430,295 


50 


24,281 


81 


56,925 


00 


14 


Brockton 


27,221 


70 


1,073,983 


32 


13,745 


85 


36,854 


91 


15 


Maiden 


27,674 


66 


1,090,223 


32 


12,671 


17 


37,153 73 


16 


Holyoke 


33,701 


00 


733,064 


32 


10,006 


18 


32,395 


88 


17 


Pittsfield 


26,548 


76 


1,092,890 


14 


14,708 


59 


65,526 


11 


18 


Everett 


34,038 


70 


1,086,523 


86 


9,512 


39 


29,458 


61 


19 


Haverhill 


25,377 


50 


711,261 


70 


13,739 


43 


20,745 


40 


20 


Fitchburg 


21,035 


92 


541,436 


14 


5,543 


88 


26,502 


82 


21 


Chicopee 


29,345 


65 


592,185 


63 


18,003 


18 


27,263 


12 


22 


Chelsea 


22,861 


17 


771,462 


30 


13,637 


80 


34,436 


21 


23 


Salem 


31,148 


89 


710,269 


08 


8,246 


14 


24,144 


28 


24 


Waltham 


22,495 


23 


799,110 


10 


12,034 


78 


29,058 


59 


25 


Taunton 


26,366 


32 


670,984 


64 


6,956 


44 


16,318 


91 


26 


Revere 


23,160 


63 


849,751 


13 


17,215 


05 


34,340 


74 


27 


Beverly 


23,366 


99 


549,215 


39 


8,671 


09 


26,489 


46 


28 


Melrose 


19,865 


36 


587,337 


94 


11,301 


69 


31,559 


17 


29 


Northampton 


11,785 


14 


399,608 


10 


7,278 


76 


13,462 


77 


30 


Gloucester . 


24,293 


34 


483,367 


53 


10,369 


52 


17,075 


69 


31 


Leominster . 


19,563 


54 


398,392 


85 


10.779 


94 


15.273 


99 


32 


North Adams 


15,693 


25 


405,249 


12 


7,559 


14 


21,423 


32 


33 


Attleboro 


18,002 


60 


422,850 


62 


10,150 


75 


14,439 


30 


34 


Peabody 


20,382 


61 


425,292 


58 


5,147 


87 


17,518 04 


35 


Gardner 


12,898 


23 


289,298 


79 


5,215 


79 


10,963 


14 


36 


Woburn 


13,530 


78 


419,291 


26 


6,730 


35 


16,047 


14 


37 


Westfield 


17,876 


24 


429,529 


45 


8,778 


32 


19,401 


62 


38 


Marlborough 


11,988 


28 


217,517 


33 


3,843 


58 


15,205 


04 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


11,834 


43 


234,784 


72 


7,375 


79 


11,048 74 




$2,982,848 47 


$53,492,146 


14 


$748,814 02 


$2,500,375 45 



Pt. II. 



Geoup I. Cities — Continued 



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571,589 


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250,158 


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26,737 


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299,217 


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85 


1,262 


50 


69,223 


65 


7,190 


61 


- 


281,196 


40 


66,566 


34 


1,277 


01 


28,843 


86 


7,460 


93 


- 


271,693 


52 


137,247 


97 


596 


43 


40,008 


99 


12,454 


00 


- 


363,753 


75 


12,213 


45 




- 


35,242 


57 


2,446 


75 


- 


363,294 


86 


153,675 


90 




- 


52,019 


39 


12,583 


31 


- 


206,383 


37 


76,005 00 




- 


38,232 


83 


164 


00 


- 


235,394 


07 


128,043 


31 


319 


99 


20,282 


35 


14,452 


00 


- 


340,273 


89 


212,340 


66 


5,430 


18 


54,036 


81 


14,475 


85 


— 


235,769 


52 


63,056 


11 


8,019 


13 


23,139 


16 


11,089 


90 


- 


195,559 


58 


66,981 


94 


4,370 


06 


20,597 


76 


4,494 


05 


— 


188,153 


26 


44,291 


72 


1,704 


81 


14,681 


64 




- 


- 


136,409 


84 


76,127 


30 


1,606 


72 


14,249 


66 


13,278 


25 


- 


188,778 


62 


74,282 


53 


1,000 


00 


17,720 


55 


24,125 


71 


- 


160,987 


25 


70,329 


72 




- 


23,167 


40 




- 


- 


133,218 


79 


44,145 


44 


2,800 


00 


14,054 


03 


17,711 


25 


- 


129,489 


75 


39.801 


72 


304 


45 


8,071 


09 


12,094 


76 


- 


109,688 


85 


47,150 


11 






23,245 


14 


19,984 


93 


- 


119,672 


35 


65,712 


01 






11,220 00 1 






- 


120,393 


48 


74,981 


66 


1,204 


71 


9,123 


46 


5,898 


50 


- 


127,436 


30 


83,737 


57 


301 


48 


13,527 


98 


18,903 


30 


$142 60 


115,949 


25 


30,781 


79 


466 


70 


16,370 43 1 


17,179 


82 


- 


157.909 


55 


72,540 


46 






25,110 


50 


8,726 


00 


- 


113,162 


96 


46,896 


69 


- 




15,013 


56 


8,963 


26 


72 00 


87,137 


44 


47,541 


16 


840 45 


13,059 


57 


880 00 


— 


67,955 


71 


8,165 94 


100 


00 


11,038 


78 


14,606 


09 


65 50 


113,628 


37 


46,793 


17 


832 


74 


12,573 


28 


14,299 


00 


- 


71,517 


96 


12,073 


28 


_ 




7,350 00 1 


12,275 00 


- 


61,453 


15 


26,065 


48 


628 


59 


8,736 


31 


9,882 


00 


— 


60,302 


82 


32,918 25 


283 


56 


8,456 


12 


20,910 


34 


— 


103,002 


14 


13,719 


86 


410 47 


13,612 


15 


14,343 


40 


160 00 


45,999 


19 


36,494 


70 


2,071 


37 


6,397 


40 


8.064 


29 


- 


79,728 04 


17,209 


25 


_ 




9,726 


26 


1.980 


00 


_ 


65,465 


14 


33,466 


76 


190 34 


4,301 


73 


33,297 


60 


— 


29.164 


75 


12,439 


80 


60 


95 


4,679 


25 


14,483 


00 


- 


41,569 


02 


17,921 


15 


272 


75 


7,115 


14 


2,658 


40 


- 


$8,807,659 87 


$4,592,277 


45 


$36,751 


36 


$1,260,582 46 


$494,602 93 


$440 10 



P.D. 2. 





Group I. Cities — Continued 








Itemized Expenditdbes for 


Support op All 






Public Schools — Day, Evening. 


Vacation 


EXPENDITURB 




— Year ending June 30, 


1950 


— Con. 


ENDING June 










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1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 SprinRfield 

4 Fall River 

5 Cambridge 



6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville 

8 Lowell 

9 Lynn 

10 Lawrence 

11 Quincy 

12 Newton 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 

16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Everett 

19 Haverhill 

20 Fitchburg 

21 Chicopee 

22 Chelsea 

23 Salem 

24 Waltham 

25 Taunton 

26 Revere 

27 Beverly 

28 Melrose 

29 N orthampton 

30 Gloucester 

31 Leominster 

32 North Adams 

33 Attleboro 

34 Peabody 

35 Gardner 

36 Woburn 

37 Westfield 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 

Total 



26 


27 


28 




29 


$58,759 73 

1,929 57 

10 95 

429 35 

615 00 


$386,999 87 

154,921 58 

11,246 73 

31,355 68 

42,143 13 


$21,366,467 
6,021,865 
4,604,749 
2,192,592 
2,606,755 


16 
95 
20 
87 
65 


$726,901 71 
14,504 93 


445 81 
1,333 92 
1,188 22 
3,076 04 

856 85 


31,740 33 
36.975 44 
12,834 72 
40.852 01 
11.391 37 


2,126,182 
2,506.226 
2,065,794 
2,561,115 
1,643,404 


57 
48 
11 
99 
67 


179,815 20 
740,289 15 


206 15 
665 06 
492 00 
571 07 


18.081 90 
34,426 45 
23,602 59 
26,680 57 


2.270,356 
2.858,534 
1,920,233 
1,471,060 
1,416,554 


96 
18 
13 
81 
31 


226,323 12 
1,013,023 35 


467 85 

3,024 19 
758 57 
422 03 


25,984 61 
18,128 31 

4.254 01 
49,253 60 


1,077,281 

1.523.709 

1.417.042 

988.066 

833,966 


61 
32 

12 
12 
16 


16,477 86 
49,647 00 

200 00 
5,133 50 


407 13 

17.650 86 

7,695 73 

1,587 86 

27 02 


8.278 48 

4,020 U 

16.778 22 

20.695 79 

3,364 21 


875,552 
1,060,672 
1,009,884 
1,129,031 

904.765 


22 
81 
16 
58 
53 


34,497 48 

219,482 94 
42,064 67 


114 57 

19 43 

774 54 

687 14 


4,215 20 
2,222 62 
2,208 70 
1,210 99 
20,660 87 


1,192,969 26 
794,188 49 
801,750 91 
636,052 32 
744,570 65 


3,206 88 

6,736 78 

90.608 32 


368 05 
630 06 
575 63 
276 40 


1,184 39 

16.848 07 

11.126 32 

14.337 16 

656 29 


648.410 96 
573.906 48 
599.970 74 
628.501 90 
418,335 59 


31,220 79 

73,897 20 
4,539 15 


233 14 

305 52 
189 71 


672 02 
13,300 80 
2.229 60 
4,235 26 


564,915 
625.841 
311.917 
339,006 


10 
14 
10 
11 


- 


$106,585 15 


$1,109,107 89 


$76,132,191 


29 


$3,477,569 93 



Pt. II. 





Group I. 


Cities — 


Continued 






FOB Outlay, Year 
30, 1950 


Valuation or 

1949 PER Pupil 

IN Net Average 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1950 


Expenditure for 
School Support frou 

Local Taxation, 

City Fiscal Year 

next preceding 

June 30, 1950, 

per $1,000 Valuation 


Rate of Total Tax 
per $1,000 
Valuation, 1949 


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33 


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36 


37 


S17,569 81 
58,606 55 
34,167 05 


.$744,471 52 
73,111 48 
34,167 05 


$17,611 
12,454 
15,477 
11,300 
19,523 


2 
14 

7 
21 

1 


$12 25 36 
14 21 20 
14 06 21 
12 79 34 
11 05 38 


$56 80 

41 00 

42 50 
48 60 
39 80 


2 
30 
27 
15 
34 


25,611 70 
2,706 06 

16,346 15 
4,224 53 
7,219 46 


25,611 70 

182,521 26 

756,635 30 

4,224 53 

7,219 46 


10,526 
10,400 
12,940 
12,760 
12,837 


25 
26 
9 
11 
10 


14 38 18 

15 87 14 
13 73 26 
13 98 23 
13 70 27 


48 40 

49 90 
55 80 
48 40 
45 40 


19 
13 
3 
18 
25 


30,870 45 

47,402 82 

33,529 08 

7,877 83 

18,575 07 


256,193 57 

1,060,426 17 

33,529 08 

7,877 83 

18,575 07 


12,634 
17,289 
9,666 
9,411 
10,813 


13 
3 
29 
31 
24 


14 00 22 
13 47 29 
17 38 8 

13 36 30 

14 26 19 


41 00 
36 00 

52 80 

53 80 
46 00 


29 

38 

7 

4 

23 


9,211 23 

3,346 50 

2,787 25 

21,202 79 


25,689 09 

49,647 00 

3,346 50 

2,987 25 

26,336 29 


16,269 
12,650 
15,504 
11,505 
15,927 


4 
12 

6 
18 

5 


11 99 37 

12 40 35 

12 88 33 

13 50 28 
9 92 39 


35 50 

37 00 

38 00 
48 00 
48 60 


39 
37 
36 
20 
16 


1,728 13 
18,101 04 


36,225 61 

219,482 94 
60,165 61 


10,259 

8,537 

15,124 

11,454 

7,992 


28 
34 
8 
19 
37 


13 88 25 
20 60 2 

14 63 17 
13 28 31 
17 15 9 


40 00 
62 00 
50 00 
48 00 
48 50 


32 
1 
12 
21 
17 


6,093 43 
126,866 83 


9,300 31 

6,736 78 

217,475 15 


8,051 
11,666 
11,961 
11,300 
11,403 


36 
17 
16 
22 
20 


21 81 1 

15 88 12 

16 25 10 
15 52 16 
15 87 13 


53 40 
49 80 
42 00 
44 00 
52 60 


5 
14 
28 
26 

8 


5,200 56 
4,500 00 
3,261 96 
1,535 00 
3,016 42 


36,421 35 
4,500 00 

77,159 16 
6,074 15 
3,016 42 


11,067 
7,314 

10,375 
9,035 

12,355 


23 
39 
27 
33 
15 


16 12 11 
18 81 6 
15 81 15 
20 36 3 
13 94 24 


52 00 

53 00 
40 70 
52 40 
40 00 


10 
6 

31 
9 

33 


1,770 35 
363 56 

316 95 


1,770 35 
363 56 

316 95 


8,507 
9,063 
9,531 
7,825 


35 
32 
30 
38 


18 93 4 
18 88 5 
13 25 32 
17 94 7 


39 20 

46 00 

47 80 
52 00 


35 
24 
22 
11 


5514,008 56 


$3,991,578 49 


$13,730 


- 


$13 56 


- 


- 



10 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



CITIES 



Expenditure foe Support of All Public Day Schools 

next preceding 



from local taxation 









FROM state 

REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 






SO 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


Boston 
Worcester . 
Springfield . 
Fall River . 
Cambridge . 


6 

7 
8 
9 
10 


New Bedford 
Somerville . 
Lowell 
Lynn 
Lawrence 


11 
12 
13 
14 
15 


Quincy 

Newton 

Medford 

Brockton 

Maiden 


16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


Holyoke 
Pittsfield 
Everett 
Haverhill . 
Fitchburg 


21 
22 
23 
24 
25 


Chicopee 

Clielsea 

Salem 

Waltham 

Taunton 


26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


Revere 
Beverly 
Melrose 
Northampton 
Gloucester . 


31 
32 
33 
34 
35 


Leominster . 
North Adams 
Attleboro 
Peabody 
Gardner 


36 
37 
33 
39 


Woburn 
Westfield 
Marlborough 
Newburyport 



Total 



38 




39 


43 


41 




42 


43 


$19,639,681 


16 


$215 


72 


4 


81,558,273 


00 


$17 


12 


36 


4,388,371 


21 


176 


98 


15 


471,474 


17 


19 


01 


34 


3,957,942 


46 


217 


55 


3 


225,482 


32 


12 


39 


38 


1,571,383 


56 


144 


59 


33 


522,069 


22 


48 


04 


2 


2,251,363 


87 


215 


71 


5 


262,747 


38 


25 


17 


30 


1,652,831 


87 


151 


40 


32 


391,974 


81 


35 


90 


15 


2,080,571 


74 


165 


01 


24 


471,556 


14 


37 


40 


13 


1,459,821 


21 


177 


64 


14 


478,357 


22 


58 


21 


1 


1,909,202 


90 


178 


43 


12 


245,305 


84 


22 


93 


32 


1,216,739 


77 


175 


85 


17 


272,974 


19 


39 


45 


10 


2,036,999 


52 


176 


92 


16 


181,121 


50 


15 


73 


37 


2,650,523 


02 


232 


87 


1 


94,774 


80 


8 


33 


39 


1,546,175 


75 


168 


03 


23 


260,476 


13 


28 


31 


23 


1,043,097 


12 


125 


69 


39 


204,260 


05 


24 


61 


31 


1,119,499 


53 


154 


16 


30 


252,567 


01 


34 


78 


18 


936,622 


43 


195 


13 


7 


129,329 


87 


26 


94 


25 


1,200,566 


97 


156 


83 


28 


211,142 


48 


27 


58 


24 


1,229,388 


69 


199 


74 


6 


110,163 


76 


17 


90 


35 


776,897 


80 


155 


32 


29 


183,929 


44 


36 


77 


14 


582,179 


76 


157 


99 


27 


162,324 


68 


44 


05 


3 


657,508 


20 


142 


44 


34 


190,899 


83 


41 


36 


6 


899,893 


68 


175 


83 


18 


183,705 


17 


35 


89 


16 


842,584 


42 


221 


21 


2 


117,853 


46 


30 


94 


20 


835,539 


55 


152 


14 


31 


228,268 


12 


41 


56 


5 


646,489 


98 


137 


03 


37 


182,890 


60 


38 


76 


11 


950,640 


96 


175 


59 


19 


165,404 


36 


30 


55 


21 


664,190 


05 


185 


22 


9 


94,101 


82 


26 


24 


28 


687,099 


12 


194 


43 


8 


74,176 


43 


20 


99 


33 


461,145 


85 


175 


34 


20 


69,098 


11 


26 


27 


27 


653,810 


56 


180 


96 


11 


91,609 


19 


25 


36 


29 


429,013 


90 


178 


38 


13 


97,851 


88 


40 


69 


7 


413,233 


61 


137 


56 


36 


113,336 


00 


37 


73 


12 


536,759 


48 


164 


00 


25 


87,337 


40 


26 


68 


26 


513,501 


99 


183 


98 


10 


84,815 


42 


30 


39 


22 


330,742 


19 


172 


17 


21 


67,404 


78 


35 09 


17 


454,808 


27 


161 


05 


26 


96,912 


06 


34 


32 


19 


446,292 


46 


171 


12 


22 


103,975 


09 


39 


87 


8 


217,274 


26 


126 


25 


38 


75,725 


14 


44 


00 


4 


242,408 


91 


140 


36 


35 


68,730 


00 


39 


80 


9 


$64,132,797 78 


$186 


18 


- 


$8,884,398 87 


$25 79 


- 



Pt. II. 



11 











Group I 




Cities - 


— Continued 










— Classified as to Soubce, City Fiscal Year 










Amount Paie 


TO 


City 


June 30, 1949 




















FROM 






b J, a) 




-a 


















Pcoo 




C3 


< 


C3 -t-> 




o 






FROM ALL 


SOURCES 






CO 






^ o> 


.2-0 "o 




a 

o 






















O 

a 

s 


■ _"* 

■oP2 






a 




as 




.as 

«2i 


— Oi- 


g-^. 


m 


fiS 




c 




^l-S 




3 >X1 


a 


/, ¥ » 


fe^ o 




H 


d?i> 


From 
tuitii 
port; 
ward 






3 
O 

< 






a 

<0 


Per p 

net a 
mem 

Rank 


Grou 
net a 
mem 
ship 


School 
Gen. : 
1948) 
1949. 




"o 
o 


so CI 


44 




45 




46 




47A 


47B 


48 


49 






50 


$20,508 49 


$49,454 30 


$21,267,916 


95 


$233 


90 


$233 


60 


7 


$1,542,773 


00 




_ 


5,387 


10 


136,324 


92 


5,001,557 


40 


200 


48 


201 


71 


24 


460,581 


21 




_ 


5,334 


01 


144,572 


26 


4,333,331 


05 


229 


47 


238 


19 


6 


221,989 


54 




_ 


2,241 


64 


43,886 


22 


2,139,580 


64 


193 


50 


196 


87 


27 


521,069 


92 




_ 


7,751 


27 


8,167 


11 


2,530,029 


63 


240 


09 


242 


41 


3 


262,747 


38 




- 


5,093 


72 


20,723 


02 


2,070,623 


42 


187 


59 


189 


67 


34 


388,127 


00 






5,967 


29 


9,118 


86 


2,567,214 


03 


202 


86 


203 


60 


22 


471,056 


14 




_ 


9,613 


28 


11,837 


26 


1,959,628 


97 


232 


85 


238 


46 


5 


477,357 


22 




_ 


3,290 


84 


268,135 


74 


2,425,935 


32 


225 


00 


226 


72 


9 


240,095 


87 




_ 


2,346 


79 


1,113 


00 


1,493,173 


75 


215 


12 


215 


81 


14 


272,974 


19 




- 


4,531 


50 


14,683 


06 


2,237,335 


58 


193 


51 


194 


31 


29 


180,121 


50 




_ 


1,950 


75 


23,408 


30 


2,770,656 


87 


241 


85 


243 


42 


2 


94,274 


80 




_ 


7,914 


02 


48,181 


39 


1,862,747 


29 


201 


12 


202 


43 


23 


259,976 


13 




_ 


6,120 


71 


4,469 


42 


1,257,947 


30 


150 


53 


151 


58 


39 


204,260 


05 




_ 


5,572 


32 


5,068 


84 


1,382,707 


70 


188 


61 


190 


40 


32 


252,567 


01 




- 


3,610 79 


79,306 


79 


1,148,869 


88 


238 


31 


239 


35 


4 


129,329 


87 




_ 


837 


26 


46,346 


54 


1,458,893 


25 


186 


70 


190 


58 


31 


211,142 


48 




_ 


9,197 


59 


21,560 


11 


1,370,310 


15 


221 


37 


222 


63 


10 


110,163 


76 




_ 


7,734 


62 


16,900 


71 


985,462 


57 


190 


98 


197 


01 


26 


183,929 


44 




_ 


1,516 


55 


68,103 


47 


814,124 


46 


214 


87 


220 


93 


12 


162,324 


68 




- 


350 


63 






848,758 


66 


183 


71 


183 


87 


35 


190,899 


83 




_ 


1,143 


24 


139 


58 


1,084,881 


67 


213 


06 


211 


97 


18 


183,205 


17 




_ 






18,080 


58 


978,518 


46 


255 


55 


256 


90 


1 


116,853 


46 




_ 


1,903 


32 


14,352 


92 


1,080,063 


91 


196 


02 


196 


66 


28 


228,268 


12 




_ 


2,399 


18 


7,298 


28 


839,078 04 


173 


40 


177 


85 


37 


182,890 


60 




- 


9,268 


27 


1,064 


67 


1,126,378 


26 


205 


39 


208 


05 


20 


165,404 


36 




_ 




- 


12.032 


89 


770,324 


76 


211 


34 


214 


81 


16 


94,101 


82 




_ 


4,178 


72 


14,070 


21 


779,524 


48 


217 


93 


220 


58 


13 


74,176 


43 




_ 


1,884 


39 


10,990 


47 


543,118 


82 


201 


38 


206 


51 


21 


69,098 


11 




_ 


1,195 


72 


13,933 


29 


760,548 


76 


205 


66 


210 


50 


19 


91,609 


19 




- 


2,276 


83 


4,252 


75 


533,395 


36 


219 


14 


221 


79 


11 


97,851 


88 




_ 




- 


21,027 


38 


547,596 


99 


174 


95 


182 


29 


36 


113,336 


00 




_ 


1,450 


39 


5,271 


75 


630,819 


02 


191 


74 


192 


73 


30 


85,689 


60 


$1,647 80 


1,572 


50 


915 


62 


600,805 


53 


214 


80 


215 


27 


15 


84,815 


42 




_ 


660 


77 


9,999 


45 


408,807 


19 


207 


10 


212 


81 


17 


67,404 


78 




- 


11,848 


56 


372 


92 


563,941 


81 


194 


80 


199 


70 


25 


96,912 


06 




_ 


4,677 


33 


42,863 


44 


597,808 


32 


211 


99 


229 


22 


8 


82,819 


75 


21, 


155 34 


5,257 


33 


1,129 


20 


299,385 


93 


170 


49 


173 


96 


38 


75,725 


14 








- 


16,842 


96 


327,981 


87 


189 


91 


189 


91 


33 


68,730 


00 




- 


$166,587 


72 $1,215,999 68 


$74,399,784 05 


$213 


92 


$215 99 


- 


$8,816,652 91 $22,803 14 



12 



P.D. 2 





Group I. 


Cities — 


- Continued 












Yeab Grades in 1 


Public Day Elementary Schools (Grades 












teachers 








o 


1 


o 
o 


PRINCIPALS 


PULL 


TIME 


PUPILS EN^b^^Ajucju 


CITIES 


o 

>, 


i 

he 


to 


























a 


3 


!S 


d 




d 








V 


u 


h 


o 




o> 










p 


o 


c a 


a 


a 


? 


a 








'3 


<o o 


o 


o 


g" 


i-i 




m 


<-> 




S ^ 


% 


^ 


P3 


o 




51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


1 Boston 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


2 Worcester 


6 


3 


3 


- — 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 Springfield . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 Fall River . 


6 


3 


3 


— — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 Cambridge . 


8 


- 


4 


15 2 


37 


264 


4,324 


3,785 


6 New Bedford 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


7 Somerville . 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


— 


8 Lowell 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 Lynn 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 Lawrence 


8 


- 


4 


7 14 


15 


221 


2,621 


2.464 


11 Quincy 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 Newton 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 Medford 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 Brockton 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 Maiden 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 Holyoke 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 Pittsfield 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 Everett 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 Haverhill 


8 


- 


4 


5 


9 


140 


2,030 


1,892 


20 Fitchburg 


8 


- 


4 


2 1 


5 


86 


1,379 


1,342 


21 Chicopee 


8 


_ 


4 


1 6 


6 


126 


1,890 


1.801 


22 Chelsea 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 Salem 


8 


~ 


4 


5 


16 


115 


1,526 


1.296 


24 Waltham 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 Taunton 


8 


- 


4 


4 


1 


156 


1,927 


1,780 


26 Revere 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


27 Beverly 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


28 Melrose 


8 


- 


4 


4 


6 


101 


1,369 


1,270 


29 Northampton 


8 


- 


4 


2 1 


5 


82 


1,051 


1,004 


30 Gloucester . 


8 


- 


4 


1 


7 


97 


1,367 


1,289 


31 Leominster . 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 North Adams 


8 


- 


4 


4 2 


3 


90 


1,194 


1,129 


33 Attleboro 


8 


- 


4 


4 3 


5 


95 


1,398 


1,282 


34 Peabody 


8 


- 


4 


4 4 


4 


82 


1,034 


959 


35 Gardner 


8 


- 


4 


- 


1 


49 


635 


532 


36 Woburn 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


37 Westfield 


8 


- 


4 


7 


7 


76 


1,124 


1,030 


38 Marlborough 


8 


- 


4 


2 - 


4 


43 


714 


621 


39 Newburyport 


8 


- 


4 


2 


1 


43 


613 


686 


Total 


- 


- 


- 


65 37 


132 


1,866 


26,196 


24,062 



Pt. II. 



13 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



I TO VIII), Year ending June 30, 1950 



1 


C3 

"o 

lU 

fl.2 

Si 


T3 

d 
o 

C3 
_>. 

> * 


1 
a> 

B 

a 

(0 

to 

a 

> 


EXPENDITURE FOB 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 
GENERAL CONTROL 


111 

g i 


1 
o 


T3 

e 


1 
O 

a 
< 


•S a 
S-|p§ 


11 

1^ 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


1,352,880 


180 


6,919 


7,516 


$1,404,978 70 


$186 93 


$1,093,306 49 


$21,189 41 


808,690 


177 


4,556 


4,924 


1,074,346 24 


218 19 


807,000 81 


8,436 88 


599,593 
444,326 


167 
176 


3,502 
2,525 


3,687 
2,671 


680,780 65 
514,346 32 


184 64 
192 57 


492,828 22 
343,917 92 


9,209 97 
3.220 70 


584,891 


181 


3,227 


3,489 


591,582 07 


169 56 


419,635 62 


14,991 24 


440,347 


175 


2,520 


2,728 


626,898 07 


229 80 


450,194 64 


5,381 26 


593,762 


176 


3,400 


3,629 


611,051 64 


168 38 


469,798 59 


3,934 50 


434,956 
333,111 
423,721 


179 
177 
174 


2,384 
1,884 
2,429 


2,543 
2,002 
2,590 


505,682 85 
338,905 65 
456,354 10 


198 85 
169 28 
176 20 


371,965 94 
266,405 40 
301,397 95 


7,179 22 
4,552 74 
6,341 29 


364,907 
436,432 
314,038 
182,284 


174 
179 
172 
162 


2,095 
2,439 
1,824 
1,125 


2,261 
2,585 
1,952 
1,176 


375,028 55 
420,211 84 
393,168 39 
220,027 47 


165 87 
162 56 
201 42 
187 10 


280,648 88 
306,652 67 
285,790 15 
146,120 87 


5,413 31 
7,688 60 
2,754 39 
2,782 30 


350,463 
207,895 
192,737 


180 
176 
178 


1,947 
1,180 
1,087 


2,087 
1,265 
1,157 


424,598 16 
167,684 98 
208,574 22 


203 45 
132 56 
180 27 


303,415 05 
117,458 91 
143,067 73 


6,004 77 
1,954 46 
6,046 81 


8,065,033 


179 


45.043 


48,262 


$9,014,219 90 


$186 78 


$6,599,605 84 


$117,082 94 



14 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



&-3-3 



CITIES 



PuBuc Dat Elementary Schools 



PRINCIPALS 



TEACHERS 



FULL TIME 



PUPILS ENROLLED 







68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


1 


Boston 


38 


21 


84 


1.533 


30,229 


27,752 


8,744,760 


2 


Worcester 


22 


33 


74 


512 


8,388 


8,352 


3,071,360 


3 


Springfield . 


3 


17 


17 


384 


6,201 


5,858 


1,881,831 


4 


Fall River . 


5 


23 


13 


263 


4,422 


3,962 


1,309,841 


5 


Cambridge . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


New Bedford 


4 


22 


8 


327 


4,373 


4,136 


1,352,928 


7 


Somerville . 


7 


- 


14 


247 


4,165 


3,861 


1,239,669 


8 


Lowell 


8 


- 


- 


185 


2,621 


2,338 


768,003 


9 


Lynn 


1 


9 


4 


229 


3,328 


3,000 


1,032,543 


10 


Lawrence 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


Quincy 


7 


2 


5 


231 


3,630 


3,403 


1,125,770 


12 


Newton 


8 


6 


19 


253 


3,698 


3,310 


1,095,134 


13 


Medford 


- 


12 


3 


182 


2,848 


2,625 


884,613 


14 


Brockton 


2 


4 


1 


157 


2,476 


2,466 


784,214 


15 


Maiden 


1 


7 


3 


143 


2,180 


2,047 


690,203 


16 


Holyoke 


1 


6 


3 


91 


1,407 


1,505 


463,831 


17 


Pittsfield 


1 


10 


1 


153 


2,628 


2,320 


774,807 


18 


Everett 


4 


3 


5 


152 


1,796 


1,665 


574,266 


19 


Haverhill 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


Fitchburg 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


Chicopee 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


22 


Chelsea 


- 


2 


- 


92 


1,589 


1,485 


490,023 


23 


Salem 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


Waltham 


1 


5 


5 


114 


1,891 


1,705 


558,352 


25 


Taunton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


Revere 


4 


1 


3 


135 


1,782 


1,608 


553,029 


27 


Beverly 


- 


7 


3 


85 


1,123 


1,020 


350,333 


28 


Melrose 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


Northampton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


Gloucester . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


Leominster . 


_ 


_ 


1 


51 


680 


667 


222,743 


32 


North Adams 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 


Attleboro 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


34 


Peabody 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35 


Gardner 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 


Woburn 


_ 


_ 


_ 


54 


843 


799 


268,703 


37 


Westfield 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38 


Marlborough 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




117 


190 


266 


5,573 


92,298 


85,884 


28,236,956 



Pt. II. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



15 



Ststbms 



(Grades I 


ro VI), Year 


ENDING June 30, 1950 










o 


^ 


a 


EXPENDITURE FOR 


S "" 




JI 

il 

a 




SUPPORT, 


EXCLUSIVE OF 


■7- O 




'3 


B 

a 


GENERAL 


CONTROL 


ture for 
of pi 
upervis 
chers 


o 






il in 

ship 
ele- 


<B a} 


(B— . 
01 >> 

< 


II 

•< 


a> 
bO 

> 

< 



3 
O 

s 
< 




Per pup 
average 
member 
of these 
mentary 
schools 


Expendi 
salaries 
pals, 8 
and tea 


11 
as 



75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


180 
180 
181 
174 


48,582 

17,244 

10,416 

7,520 


53,595 
18,394 
11,564 
8,016 


$10,383,986 76 
3,042,015 67 
2,126,203 80 
1,424,856 74 


$193 75 
165 38 
183 86 
177 75 


$7,337,923 29 
2,205,713 21 
1,522,038 71 
1,014,639 96 


$69,081 27 
21,017 19 
15,696 24 
11,408 05 


180 
179 
177 
176 


7,520 
7,084 
4,339 
5,874 


8,161 
7,687 
4,662 
6,220 


1,397,827 86 

1,215,504 77 

988,734 90 

1,164,952 26 


171 28 
158 12 
212 08 
187 29 


1,068,656 45 
924,152 03 
733,220 45 
832,707 45 


11,740 12 
10,841 12 
28,218 35 
12,065 02 


177 
177 
178 

178 
179 


6,359 
6,176 
4,968 
4,528 
3,857 


6,836 
6,816 
5,344 
4,847 
4,116 


1,110,318 62 

1,379,654 40 

859,409 80 

700,532 20 

563,683 86 


162 42 
202 41 
160 82 
144 53 
136 95 


823,469 43 
954,468 10 
565,330 64 
505,502 90 
443,566 40 


14,790 66 
15,344 33 
9,683 07 
7,616 15 
6,161 48 


181 
180 
180 


2,563 
4,331 
3,190 


2,774 
4,725 
3,377 


468,467 62 
779,590 41 
716,532 75 


168 88 
164 99 
212 18 


341,460 92 
578,302 88 
562,669 26 


5,921 77 
7,251 45 
6,682 91 


180 


2,774 


3,017 


476,070 47 


157 80 


340,561 25 


7,268 46 


176 


3,170 


3,483 


568,726 31 


163 29 


422,789 13 


7,407 95 


180 
178 


3,100 
1,968 


3,325 
2,103 


646,770 57 
376,554 21 


194 52 
179 06 


457,386 01 
265,626 47 


13,505 42 
4,597 07 


180 


1,241 


1,309 


248,238 69 


189 64 


187 893 60 


5,102 31 


172 


1,510 


1,619 


253,395 17 


156 51 


194,869 66 


4,937 17 


178 


158,314 


171,990 


$30,892,027 84 


$179 62 


$22,282,948 20 


$296,337 56 



16 



P.D. 2 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



6-3-3 



Public Day JtrNioR High Schools 





PRINCIPALS 








a 




AND TEACHERS 


E 

<D 

1 
IB 

s 

PL, 


PUPILS ENROLLED 




CITIES 


FULL TIME 


>> 

T3 




g 

a S 
w o 


o 

m 


a 


to * 
< 




82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester . 

3 Springfield . 

4 Fall River . 
6 Cambridge . 


298 523 
31 55 
63 135 
19 54 


2 


9,055 

2,977 

2,143 

661 


8,567 

2,383 

2,091 

599 


2,732,940 
294,099 
687,464 
205,875 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville . 

8 Lowell 

9 Lynn 

10 Lawrence 


30 61 
65 65 
25 99 
48 81 


1 

1 


746 
1,347 
1,071 
1,362 


699 
1,422 

881 
1,234 


230,265 
445,939 
311,220 
428,324 


11 Quiney . . 

12 Newton 

13 Medford 

14 Brocktoii 

15 Maiden 


38 90 
56 74 
41 55 
24 60 
32 70 


1 

1 
1 


1,339 

1,325 

1.068 

953 

964 


1,246 

1,258 

1,027 

929 

861 


430,201 
438,181 
352,667 
317,923 
307,216 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Everett 

19 Haverhill 

20 Fitchburfi . 


14 38 
29 55 
29 50 


1 


501 
727 
723 


601 
679 
744 


181,941 
230,403 
245,941 


21 Chicopee 

22 Chelsea 

23 Salem 

24 Waltham 

25 Taunton 


'. '. 47 31 
; 20 30 


- 


555 
552 


554 
566 


182,746 
187,335 


26 Revere 

27 Beverly 

28 Melrose 

29 Northamptoi: 

30 Glouiester . 


34 27 
11 31 


2 


627 
393 


596 
433 


200,408 
140,099 


31 Leominster . 

32 North Adams 

33 Attleboro 

34 Peabody 

35 Gardner 


10 22 


1 


294 


307 


99,867 


36 Woburn 

37 Westfield 

38 Marlborougli 

39 Newburyport 


13 18 


- 


328 


347 


110,276 


Total 


977 1,724 


11 


29,711 


28,024 


8,761,330 



Pt. II. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



17 



ST8TEM3 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Ybar ending June 30, 1950 



88 



181 
181 



180 
182 



181 



180 






89 



180 
180 
181 
180 


15,183 
1,553 
3,806 
1,143 


182 
181 
180 
180 


1,265 
2,507 
1,729 
2.384 


182 
181 
180 
180 
182 


2,365 
2,421 
1,959 
1,768 
1,688 


181 
180 
180 


1,005 
1,280 
1,366 



1,010 

1,040 



1,100 
776 



546 



616 



EXPENDITUKB FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 



_C 



1 -^ 

j: o 



>-• E ^ js 



i.2 " 



U) 



90 

16,512 
1,671 
4,074 
1,208 



1,347 
2,690 
1,859 
2,541 



2,516 
2,566 
2,089 
1,847 
1,775 

1,064 
1,374 
1,431 



1,079 
1,096 



1,195 
817 



573 



660 



181 



48,510 



51,984 



91 

$3,371,927 65 

498,770 70 

1,252,690 57 

309,235 69 



325,256 31 
626,102 17 
541,604 57 
681,423 82 



589,268 04 
709,468 62 
470,283 68 
355,315 38 
423,588 28 

246,784 10 
288,782 95 
292,127 20 



283,514 06 
278,525 87 



302,649 87 
183,268 28 



148,093 05 



152,124 10 



92 

S204 21 
298 49 
307 48 
255 99 



241 47 
232 75 
291 34 
268 17 



234 21 
276 49 
225 12 
192 37 
238 64 

231 94 
210 18 
204 14 



262 76 
254 13 



253 26 
224 32 



258 45 



230 49 



•se 

c o 

go aj3 

•O'C .-^ 
§^ — ■0 

Mi S CL n< 



Sao! 



93 

$2,415,263 81 
361,811 22 
920,432 22 
241,958 50 



254,435 88 
480,223 71 
412,579 38 
485,232 68 



464,266 47 
528,820 77 
353,884 78 
282,999 82 
340,309 11 

180,048 61 
211,364 73 
236,463 09 



213,144 25 
178,121 52 



230,501 42 
135,768 36 



110,961 27 



113,359 71 






94 

$29,491 05 
3,217 10 
8,412 43 
3,725 12 



3,354 93 
3,862 09 
4,846 71 
6,980 86 



6,450 86 
7,524 95 
6,855 45 
2,615 31 
2,989 92 

1,128 10 

3,325 73 

492 52 



3,353 58 
1,921 88 



1,881 18 
2,046 11 



1,523 58 



679 22 



$12,330,804 96 



$237 20 



$9,151,951 31 $106,678 68 



18 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 











6-3-3 






Public Dat Senior High Schools 




PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


■s 

1 

s 

t 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


"S 


CITIES 


FULL TIME 


>1 




a 

g i 


1 1 


< 




95 96 


97 


98 99 


100 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester . 

3 Springfield . 

4 Fall River . 

5 Cambridge . 


559 448 

129 99 

74 85 

36 51 


2 


12,838 10,708 
1,736 1,918 
1,664 1,795 
1,020 917 


3,446,898 
811,537 
550,053 
276,899 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville . 

8 Lowell 

9 Lynn 

10 Lawrence 


23 57 
63 71 
38 58 
46 61 


4 


651 924 
1,089 1,345 
1,005 1,093 

954 1,156 


264,276 
375,451 
323,640 
330,778 


11 Quincy 

12 Newton 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 


41 62 
31 55 
52 52 
37 46 
34 40 


32 
1 


1,060 1,226 

1,032 1,104 

826 1,047 

852 882 

724 818 


367,240 
352,455 
308,606 
279,457 
244,790 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Everett 

19 Haverhill . 

20 Fitchburg . 


25 29 
35 36 

46 28 


1 


490 534 
877 967 
662 755 


169,470 
293,767 
234,882 


21 Chicopee 

22 Chelsea 

23 Salem 

24 Waltham 

25 Taunton 


\ '. 26 30 
'. '. 24 27 


- 


514 527 
478 498 


169,325 
157,423 


26 Revere 

27 Beverly 

28 Melrose 

29 Northampton 

30 Gloucester . 


. . 28 27 
20 23 


1 
6 


539 481 
358 398 


151,504 
122,989 


31 Leominster . 

32 North Adams 

33 Attleboro 

34 Peabody 

35 Gardner 


15 11 


1 


267 298 


93,662 


36 Woburn 

37 Westfield 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 


13 19 


- 


339 313 


103,209 


Total 


1,395 1,415 


48 


29,975 29,704 


9,428,311 



Pt. 11. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



19 



Stbtems 



(Grades X, 


XI, AND 


XII), 


Year ending June 30, 


1950 










J. 

0] 




ft 

]5 


EXPENDITURE FOB 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 






.Q'So 






a) 
S 


GENERAL CONTROL 


•2 S 
£'&£ 


o 


3 S 






Per pupil in 
average 
membership 
of senior 
high schools 


If 


<1 


1-0 




s 

> 


"S 

3 
o 

s 
< 




Expenditu 
ries of 
supervise 
teachers 



101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


182 
180 
181 
180 


18,939 
4,502 
3,039 
1,718 


20,822 
4,883 
3,246 
1,833 


$5,994,544 60 

1,341,958 50 

1,065,598 34 

394,647 37 


$287 89 
274 82 
328 28 
215 30 


$4,374,638 65 
986,565 84 
717,834 88 
300,912 34 


$54,063 69 

13,086 54 

11.499 49 

4,890 53 


181 
181 
180 
177 


1,460 
2,103 
1,798 
1,869 


1,530 
2,278 
1,895 
2,021 


329,528 66 
607,994 99 
486,032 26 
626,945 41 


215 38 
266 90 
256 48 
310 22 


252,280 94 
481,663 66 
377,214 49 
426,921 41 


2,715 04 

6,908 92 

10,971 22 

7,782 86 


178 
181 
180 
180 
182 


2,061 
1,948 
1,713 
1,590 
1,345 


2,210 
2,074 
1,829 
1,663 
1,440 


500,847 03 
678,839 89 
540,883 49 
380,757 24 
390,879 15 


226 63 
327 31 
295 73 
228 96 
271 44 


388,874 14 
462,193 57 
505,826 08 
278,696 60 
296,885 31 


8,739 88 
5,406 68 
7,726 70 
3,514 39 
3,287 38 


181 
180 
180 


936 
1,633 
1,305 


983 
1,757 
1,382 


322,451 59 
428,787 20 
370,081 80 


328 03 
244 05 
267 79 


208,738 04 
303,222 53 
283,129 84 


2,946 08 
4,131 41 
2,336 96 


181 


935 


996 


270,816 51 


271 90 


212,964 80 


2,885 29 


180 


891 


931 


257,274 84 


276 34 


196,190 12 


2,704 95 


180 
182 


842 
680 


964 

725 


220,388 19 
209,074 86 


228 62 
288 38 


161,863 70 
146,665 56 


1,828 45 
2,027 91 


181 


517 


552 


130,111 67 


235 71 


97,667 98 


4,154 05 


180 


674 


616 


145,865 05 


236 79 


111,061 89 


1,113 96 


180 


52,398 


56,630 


$15,694,308 64 


$277 14 


$11,572,012 37 


$164,722 38 



20 



P.D. 2. 



Geoup I. Cities — Continued 



Public Day High Schools (Fottb 





ja 


PRINCIPALS AND 








a 




o 

ja 

M 
IS 

"o 

s 


TEACHERS 


0) 

J3 
o 

a 
(2 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


o 


CITIES 


FULL TIME 






S 

c S 
» o 


1 


3 


s 

a 

< 




108 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield . 

4 Fall River . 

5 Cambridge . 


24 
5 
3 

2 

'. 2 


123 84 


15 


1,693 


1,555 


496,121 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville . 

8 Lowell 

9 Lynn 

10 Lawrence 




56 39 


_ 


1.010 


1,076 


339,660 


11 Quincy 

12 Newton 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 




- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Everett 

19 Haverhill . 

20 Fitchburg . 




32 31 

33 23 


- 


593 
591 


914 

588 


250,765 
189,182 


21 Chicopee 

22 Chelsea 

23 Salem 

24 Waltham . 

25 Taunton 




15 35 
37 28 
24 33 


1 
2 
2 


603 
600 
573 


593 
553 
722 


193,954 
186,380 
211,121 


26 Revere 

27 Beverly 

28 Melrose 

29 Northampton 

30 Gloucester . 




28 27 
14 23 

29 23 


1 


533 
340 

571 


518 
380 
587 


176,778 
121,659 
184,020 


31 Leominster . 

32 North Adams 

33 Attleboro 

34 Peabody 

35 Gardner 




20 16 
11 22 
25 18 
18 21 


5 

4 

1 
1 


420 
333 
436 
407 


473 
421 
423 
419 


148,736 
122,878 
144,255 
138,042 


36 Wobum 

37 Westfield . 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 




17 18 
13 17 
6 21 


5 


336 
259 
276 


422 
254 
318 


124,813 
83,081 
95,087 


Total 


76 


501 479 


37 


9,574 


10,216 


3,206,532 



21 



Group I Cities — Continued 



Ybaks), Year ending June 30, 1950 

















S^ 


J, 




, 






EXPENDITUHB FOR 


■5 as 


s 




a 




3 


SUPPORT, 


EXCLUSIVE OP 


j3 3 S 




o 


-2 




GENERAL 


CONTROL 


<□ 




S o 
II 


C9 




a 

3 

















1 in 
mem- 

of 
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a 




ftg, ft-g 




11 


2& 


2 


C4 


2 


3 

o 

G 




Per p 
avera 
bersh 
high B 


-< 


<< 




< 


< 




^ 


H 



115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


181 


2,741 


3,022 


$1,092,339 33 


$361 46 


$859,571 62 


S10.008 74 


180 


1,887 


2,017 


513,713 25 


264 69 


417,449 13 


8,775 59 


180 
180 


1,401 
1,051 


1,473 
1,118 


S279,304 42 
294,519 32 


$189 62 
263 43 


$215,829 93 
194,000 97 


$4,529 46 
2,323 18 


182 


1,066 


1,131 


254,113 05 


224 68 


172,048 01 


3,010 94 


180 


1,035 


1,101 


348,235 32 


316 29 


257,033 89 


2,864 88 


182 


1,160 


1,210 


267,347 57 


220 95 


201,186 05 


3,021 85 


180 
183 
180 


981 

665 

1,048 


1,034 

695 

1,108 


276,202 70 
185,361 53 
263,923 21 


267 12 
266 71 
238 20 


215,372 00 
133,202 70 
181,969 58 


4,122 47 
2,726 02 
4,028 23 


180 
181 
180 
180 


826 
679 
801 
770 


869 
705 
845 
798 


180,902 75 
161,756 30 
212,154 10 
185,409 89 


208 17 
229 44 
251 07 
232 34 


123,064 24 
116,197 95 
136,970 43 
143,177 92 


2,113 00 
2,462 15 
2,393 48 
2,433 49 


180 
180 
180 


691 
461 
533 


733 
491 
570 


183,366 74 
129,388 84 
118,596 46 


250 16 
263 52 
208 06 


126,114 40 
97,408 42 
91,716 99 


2,773 55 
1,889 12 
1,328 98 


180 


17,796 


18,920 


$4,946,634 78 


$261 45 


$3,682,314 23 


$58,805 13 



22 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Persons 5 to 16 Years 





CITIES 




5 TO 


7 Years 






7 TO 




a 
o 


S 


B 


"Sc 


'o 


o 






11 

a> 






•1-3 5 


o 

IS 








^o 




»S^ 


&g.S 


O^"' 


-'o 






^ 


^ 


a 


a 


z 


a 










'"' 










130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


1 


Boston 


. 23,938 


16,298 


7,599 


32 


9 


90,036 


2 


Worcester 


. 6,380 


4,920 


1,454 


6 


- 


22,315 


3 


Springfield . 


. 5,036 


3,746 


1,250 


2 


38 


16,697 


4 


Fall River . 


. 3,946 


2,217 


1,651 


- 


78 


13,907 


5 


Cambridge . 


. 3,477 


1,948 


1,529 


- 


- 


12,008 


6 


New Bedford 


. 3,396 


2,268 


1,089 


3 


36 


12,102 


7 


Somerville . 


. 3,147 


2,260 


878 


- 


9 


13,065 


8 


Lowell 


. 3,211 


1,312 


1,899 


- 


- 


12,616 


9 


Lynn 


. 2,807 


1,892 


915 


- 


- 


10,958 


10 


Lawrence 


. 2,724 


1,266 


1,384 


2 


72 


9,563 


11 


Quincy 


. 3,104 


2,039 


376 


4 


685 


9,845 


12 


Newton 


. 2,685 


2,139 


539 


2 


5 


10,035 


13 


Medford 


2,006 


1,579 


412 


2 


13 


8,221 


14 


Brockton 


. 1,953 


1,195 


284 


1 


473 


6,935 


15 


Maiden 


. 1,679 


1,021 


489 


- 


169 


7,538 


16 


Holyoke 


. 2,042 


871 


880 


- 


291 


6,050 


17 


Pittsfield 


. 1,653 


1,386 


266 


1 


- 


6,655 


18 


Everett 


1,156 


760 


262 


- 


134 


5,818 


19 


Haverhill 


979 


678 


292 


5 


4 


5,489 


20 


Fitchburg 


. 1,227 


495 


588 


- 


144 


5,247 


21 


Chicopee 


1,674 


1,051 


572 


- 


51 


5,329 


22 


Chelsea 


1,207 


898 


309 


- 


- 


4,867 


23 


Salem 


1,346 


659 


687 


- 


- 


4,922 


24 


Waltham 


. 1,668 


1,190 


434 


42 


2 


5,930 


25 


Taunton 


949 


687 


262 


- 


- 


4,730 


26 


Revere 


. 1,741 


827 


74 


- 


840 


4,685 


27 


Beverly 


635 


491 


144 


- 


- 


3,332 


28 


Melrose 


910 


478 


226 


- 


206 


3,348 


29 


Northampton 


705 


484 


220 


- 


1 


2,597 


30 


Gloucester . 


. 1,024 


427 


97 


- 


500 


3,362 


31 


Leominster . 


. 1,005 


320 


435 


- 


250 


3,096 


32 


North Adams 


718 


543 


175 


- 


- 


2,803 


33 


Attleboro 


824 


492 


171 


1 


160 


2,913 


34 


Peabody 


653 


466 


187 


- 


- 


2,699 


35 


Gardner 


453 


182 


198 


1 


72 


2,243 


36 


^Voburn 


877 


498 


154 


- 


225 


2,613 


37 
38 
39 


Westfield 

Marlborough 

Newburyport 

Total 


730 
531 
544 


570 
349 
221 


145 
182 
102 


- 


15 
221 


2,437 
1,932 
1,675 




. 94,740 


61,123 


28,810 


104 


4,703 


350,613 



Pt. II 



23 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



OF Age, October 1 


, 1949 












Illiterate 
Minors 16 TO 21 
Years op Age 


16 Years 


o O 
■■Co 
2o 

a 




E 
<s> 

a 


k 

a 


li 

a 


li 

O O 90 
>-§| 

03 pQ 


li 

ID ^ 


o 
o 

fl 

o 
12; 


i 

_2 


Receiving e 
tional certifi 
year ending 
31. 1949 



136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


59,816 


28,117 


74 


903 


1,013 


113 


143 


100 


16,641 


5,338 


1 


218 


117 


- 


- 


- 


11,828 


4,349 


3 


303 


171 


43 


337 


114 


8,008 


5,545 


- 


304 


- 


50 


71 


48 


7,060 


4,814 


- 


126 


8 


- 


3 


3 


7,816 


3,674 


48 


473 


41 


50 


323 


104 


8,687 


4.189 


1 


162 


7 


19 


150 


72 


5,737 


6,633 


43 


192 


10 


1 


38 


10 


7,779 


3,079 


- 


63 


25 


12 


101 


45 


4,715 


4,709 


13 


12 


83 


31 


16 


9 


8,197 


1,535 


_ 


52 


43 


18 


_ 


_ 


7,740 


2,206 


- 


49 


33 


7 


17 


9 


6,415 


1,680 


1 


86 


16 


23 


1 


1 


6,073 


772 


- 


31 


26 


33 


- 


- 


5,422 


2,034 


- 


13 


4 


65 


22 


4 


3,249 


2,682 


_ 


110 


8 


1 


_ 


_ 


5,063 


1,455 


- 


83 


34 


20 


- 


- 


4,699 


1,069 


- 


- 


30 


20 


- 


1 


4,012 


1,328 


- 


100 


24 


25 


5 


5 


2,791 


2,279 


- 


75 


102 




1 


1 


3,101 


2,137 


_ 


41 


15 


35 


25 


4 


3,537 


1,283 


- 


39 


- 


8 


3 


3 


2,637 


2,285 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


3,719 


1,471 


- 


64 


661 


15 


- 


81 


3,582 


1,015 


15 


108 


- 


10 


- 


- 


3,991 


653 


8 


16 


4 


13 


_ 


_ 


2,658 


596 


- 


61 


14 


3 


- 


- 


2,782 


547 


- 


2 


3 


14 


1 


- 


1,902 


636 


- 


57 


1 


1 


— 


- 


2,786 


520 


- 


44 


8 


4 


- 


- 


1,779 


1,192 


_ 


102 


23 


_ 


- 


_ 


2,039 


734 


- 


6 


12 


12 


- 


- 


2,524 


341 


11 


23 


14 


- 


- 


- 


1,919 


629 


- 


103 


46 


2 


1 


- 


1,384 


845 


- 


- 


4 


10 


5 


5 


2,050 


546 


_ 


5 


5 


7 


_ 


_ 


1,772 


590 


- 


52 


12 


11 


- 


- 


1,158 


753 


- 


11 


9 


1 


- 


- 


1,209 


440 


- 


9 


2 


15 


- 


- 


238,277 


104,700 


218 


4,098 


2,628 


692 


1,266 


619 



24 



P.D. 2 



Geoup I. Cities — Continued 



Membership in Public Dat 









Elementary Schools 




<b a 


c 8 














CITIES 


c 
o 

u 




s g 
•5" 
















a 


St3 




o 


CM 




93 








T3 


2S 12 


£ 2 


"5 


•V 


■o 


-a 


•S 






a 


S-S 


M be 


si 


f 


03 


d 


03 










-« 


^ 


U, 


Lh 




k< 






i4 


o 


O 


O 


o 


o 


6 


o 






144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


1 


Boston 


_ 
















2 


Worcester 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 










3 


Springfield . 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






4 


Fall River . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


5 


Cambridge . 


883 


69 


349 


1,148 


916 


773 


650 


704 


6 


New Bedford 


















7 


Somerville . 


[ _ 


_ 




_ 










8 


Lowell 


_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 






9 


Lynn 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


10 


Lawrence 


'. 336 


67 


- 


760 


694 


563 


538 


542 


11 


Quincy 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12 


New ton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13 


Medford 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


14 


Brockton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


15 


Maiden 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


Holyoke 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






17 


Pittjfield 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 


Everett 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


19 


Haverhill 


. 


72 


_ 


598 


509 


465 


478 


429 


20 


Fitchburg 


• 


66 


- 


402 


370 


309 


301 


302, 


21 


Chicopee 


396 


47 


_ 


594 


490 


414 


359 


311 


22 


Chelsea 


- 


- 


_ 


- 










23 


Salem 


280 


48 


22 


410 


342 


314 


268 


271 


24 


Waltham 


- 


- 


_ 


- 










25 


Taunton 


• 


99 


- 


620 


537 


420 


432 


415 


26 


Revere 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






27 


Beverly 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


28 


Melrose 


. 


18 


12 


383 


357 


347 


320 


300 


29 


Northampton 


216 


13 


_ 


266 


281 


220 


207 


225 


30 


Gloucester . 


• 


63 


- 


397 


408 


342 


313 


290 


31 


Leominster . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 


32 


North Adams 


'. 444 


27 


_ 


314 


245 


240 


248 


198 


33 


Attleboro 


- 


18 


_ 


428 


412 


338 


290 


306 


34 


Peabody 


— 


14 


- 


300 


342 


234 


227 


217 


35 


Gardner 


. 


- 


- 


163 


144 


139 


146 


131 


36 


Woburn 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


37 


Westfield 


! 257 


18 


_ 


305 


332 


246 


220 


180 


38 


Marlborough 


173 


14 


_ 


194 


177 


143 


113 


124 


39 


Newburyport 


• 


26 


- 


186 


172 


146 


133 


135 



Total 



2,985 



679 383 7,468 6,728 5,653 5,243 5,080 



Pt. II. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



25 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 



(Gbadbs 


I TO VIII) 






HiQH Schools (Four Ybabs) 




o 

1 

c 




00 

o 

T3 

2 
o 


d 

OB'S 

o 


"3 
o 
H 


>> 

1 


1 
•a 
a 
o 

O 

m 


-a 


2 

1 


-§2 

03 g 

jal 


3 

o 


O 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


707 


681 


684 


- 


7,564 


816 


802 


776 


713 


50 


3,157 


10,721 


491 


532 


484 


- 


5,007 


584 


524 


483 


450 


21 


2,062 


7,069 


395 
306 


463 
321 


404 
293 


_ 


3,811 
2,670 


407 
338 


418 
325 


365 
241 


304 
260 


14 
3 


1,508 
1,167 


6,319 
3,837 


333 


305 


306 


- 


3,555 


346 


308 


296 


203 


9 


1,162 


4.717 


259 


310 


267 


- 


2,791 


319 


293 


267 


279 


9 


1.167 


3,958 


403 


373 


372 


- 


3,671 


388 


351 


281 


261 


- 


1,281 


4,952 


289 
205 
244 


268 
200 
317 


300 
188 
263 


- 


2,594 
2,021 
2,637 


287 
182 
354 


273 
201 
326 


230 
162 
259 


248 
174 
228 


5 
8 


1,043 

719 

1,175 


3,637 
2,740 
3,812 


173 
280 
249 
157 


209 
275 
214 
130 


186 
270 
196 
130 


- 


2,284 
2,617 
1,993 
1,140 


294 
269 
243 
240 


216 
217 
204 
217 


187 
119 
210 
199 


183 
143 
202 
163 


8 
3 

2 


888 
751 
859 
821 


3,172 
3,368 
2,852 
1,961 


191 
120 
127 


193 
127 
139 


172 
114 
104 


- 


2,114 
1,299 
1,168 


206 
135 
192 


207 
141 
127 


168 
121 
140 


174 
96 
120 


3 
3 

4 


758 
496 
683 


2,872 
1.795 
1,751 


4,929 


6,057 


4,731 


- 


48,936 


5,600 


5,150 


4,504 


4,201 


142 


19,597 


68,533 



26 



P.D. 2. i 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



6-3-3 



Membership in Public Day Schools 



CITIES 



ELEMENTARY BCHOOL8 (GRADES I TO Vl) 



■5 =' 
o 







164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


1 


Boston 


8,746 


1,799 


206 


9,315 


7,436 


7,258 


6,583 


6,661 


2 


Worcester 


2,399 


349 


73 


2,830 


2,418 


2,189 


1,842 


1,965 


3 


Springfield . 


1,843 


353 


89 


2,078 


1,919 


1,584 


1,370 


1,283 


4 


Fall River . 


972 


259 


175 


1,000 


1,187 


1,081 


830 


842 


5 


Cambridge . 


• 




- 


- 


- 


- 






6 


New Bedford 


863 


115 


260 


1,475 


1,329 


1,047 


882 


906 


7 


Somerville . 


1,173 


183 


22 


1,337 


1,209 


1,050 


1,003 


954 


8 


Lowell 


676 


74 


7 


788 


788 


659 


609 


612 


9 


Lynn 


_ 


55 


39 


1,284 


1,256 


1,064 


899 


894 


10 


Lawrence 


■ 


- 




- 


- 


- 






11 


Quincy 


_ 


30 


30 


1,441 


1,444 


1,144 


971 


914 


12 


Newton 


'. '. 971 


24 


58 


1,099 


1,116 


969 


899 


819 


13 


Medford 


595 


70 


16 


961 


993 


716 


703 


692 


14 


Brockton 




99 


29 


1,029 


960 


780 


628 


725 


15 


Maiden 


• 


86 


- 


786 


823 


679 


632 


601 


16 


Holyoke 


395 


63 


_ 


508 


418 


412 


314 


338 


17 


Pittsfield 


516 


18 


- 


783 


811 


698 


628 


560 


18 


Everett 


_ 


51 


9 


645 


668 


552 


495 


489 


19 


Haverhill 


_ 








_ 






_ 


20 


Fitchburg 


' '. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


Chicopee 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


Chelsea 


; ! 342 


60 


45 


514 


514 


412 


344 


391 


23 


Salem 


_ 




_ 






_ 


_ 


_ 


24 


Waltham 


'. '. 555 


134 


_ 


655 


487 


450 


447 


367 


25 


Taunton 






- 








- 


- 


26 


Revere 


_ 


113 


_ 


662 


679 


564 


447 


453 


27 


Beverly 


_ 


29 


8 


435 


429 


336 


310 


277 


28 


Melrose 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


29 


Northampton 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


30 


Gloucester . 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


Leominster . 


39 


17 


51 


260 


222 


207 


179 


164 


32 


North Adams 




_ 


_ 








_ 


_ 


33 


Attleboro 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


Peabody 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35 


Gardner 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 


Woburn 


_ 


23 


_ 


341 


331 


236 


214 


236 


37 


Westfield 


_ 




_ 








_ 




38 


Marlborough 


[ 1 _ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 20,085 


4,004 


1,117 


30,226 


27,437 


24,087 


21,229 


21,143 



Ft 11. 



27 



Geoup I. Cities — Continued 



Ststbmb 


BT Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 




JUNIOR HIQH SCHOOLS 
(grades VII TO IX) 


SENIOR HIQH BCHOOLa 

(qradhs X TO xn) 




Grade 6 
Total 


Grade 7, or 
first year 
junior high 

Grade 8, or 
junior 2 

Grade 9, or 
junior 3 


"3 
o 


o 
o 

T3 

2 
o 


Grade 11 

Grade 12 

Grade 13 and 
post- 
graduate 


1 


1 
o 

a 
2 
O 



172 173 

6,455 54,459 

1,887 15,952 

1,317 11,836 

808 7,154 



928 
902 
636 
771 



925 
868 
657 
640 
560 

349 
555 
512 



7,805 
7,833 
4,849 
6,262 



6,899 
6,823 
5,403 
4,890 
4,167 

2,797 
4,569 
3,421 



369 2,991 
373 3,468 



412 3,330 
301 2,125 



173 1,312 



241 1,622 



174 



175 



176 



804 720 

932 908 

607 553 

970 799 



916 867 

874 804 

630 740 

694 592 

588 583 

361 324 

582 545 

504 450 



387 
391 



366 
365 



700 



817 
805 



764 
868 
710 
578 
639 

390 
531 

542 



344 
352 



188 



196 



189 



202 



230 



177 



6,891 6,378 7,257 20,526 

1,810 1,840 1,608 5,2,58 

1,353 1,321 1,287 3,961 

764 810 794 2,368 



2,224 
2,728 
1,977 
2,574 



2,547 
2,546 
2,080 
1,864 
1,810 

1,075 
1,658 
1,496 



1,097 
1,108 



416 402 392 1,210 
273 268 275 816 



670 



178 

6,481 
1,311 
1,238 



525 
958 
784 
741 



827 
755 
646 
565 
515 

407 
507 



368 
360 



386 
320 



236 



179 

5,183 

1,236 

1,089 

476 



391 
763 
604 

727 



180 

5,455 

1,031 

1,007 

439 



336 
660 
622 
588 



703 717 

649 684 

601 602 

561 530 

496 504 

292 306 

491 506 

475 429 



317 
305 



316 
306 



161 



339 
298 



290 
278 



157 



195 



181 

807 
99 
62 
10 



20 

9 

11 



7 

22 

3 



182 

17,926 
3,677 
3,396 
1,613 



1,271 
2,395 
2,098 
2,089 



2,255 
2,108 
1,858 
1,667 
1,523 

1,012 
1,526 
1,395 



5 1,029 
7 970 



558 



649 



183 

92,911 
24,887 
19,193 
11,135 



11,300 
12,956 
8,924 
10,925 



11,701 
11,477 
9,341 
8,421 
7,500 

4,884 
7,753 
6,312 



5,117 
5,546 



5,538 
3,862 



2,456 



2,941 



20,639 169,967 



21,186 20,020 20,973 62,179 



19,344 16,360 15,973 1,257 52,934 286,080 



28 



P.D. 2. 



Gkoup I Cities — Continued 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OP 



CITIES 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL WITH 






NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


^ 




03 -« 


a 




>f 




a> 






=1 


S 5? 


ith 

diplom 
(3 or 4 
years) 


s 


1 


1^ 




U-6 




O 


^ 


^ 


^ 


(M 


CO 


0) 




184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


1 Boston 


236 


479 


439 


474 


_ 


28 


20 


_ 


2 Worcester 


172 


122 


218 


120 


_ 


4 


1 


4 


3 Springfield 


174 


147 


10 


59 


8 


12 


11 


- 


4 Fall River. 


27 


125 


14 


31 


_ 


89 


17 


1 


5 Cambridge 


113 


127 


43 


22 


3 


6 


1 


- 


6 New Bedford 


53 


177 


35 


54 


4 


31 


5 


2 


7 Somerville 


109 


98 


17 


35 


4 


2 


2 


1 


8 Lowell 


13 


119 


16 


33 


2 


5 


4 


_ 


9 Lynn 


54 


116 


26 


41 


2 


2 


1 


1 


10 Lawrence . 


16 


171 


16 


20 


4 


17 


2 


5 


11 Quincy 


66 


57 


43 


73 


_ 


4 


1 


1 


12 Newton . 


117 


70 


15 


75 


3 


_ 


6 


1 


13 Medford . 


66 


42 


20 


55 


2 


8 


3 


1 


14 Brockton . 


18 


43 


31 


61 


1 


5 


5 


— 


15 Maiden 


58 


54 


22 


20 


- 


- 




- 


16 Holyoke . 


23 


65 


_ 


13 


_ 




_ 


_ 


17 Pittsfield . 


28 


78 


28 


26 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 Everett 


74 


41 


5 


29 


2 


4 


2 


5 


19 Haverhill . 


27 


65 


16 


45 






1 




20 Fitchburfi 


5 


43 


28 


17 


- 


- 


1 


- 


21 Chicopee 


36 


60 


4 


35 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


22 Chelsea 


25 


45 


12 


10 


_ 


_ 


2 


— 


23 Salem 


35 


48 


27 


24 


_ 


_ 




2 


24 Waltham 


31 


49 


12 


30 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


25 Taunton . 


16 


94 


14 


32 


2 


1 


- 


2 


26 Revere 


35 


41 


10 


19 


3 


21 


9 


5 


27 Beverly . 


10 


40 


16 


22 


1 


3 


2 


1 


28 Melrose . 


41 


34 


13 


20 


_ 


2 


1 


- 


29 Northampton . 


18 


45 


5 


10 


6 


4 


1 


1 


30 Gloucester 


13 


26 


8 


37 


16 


3 


1 


- 


31 Leominster 


4 


21 


_ 


27 




_ 


_ 


_ 


32 North Adams . 


10 


47 


1 


38 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


33 Attleboro . 


16 


38 


25 


21 


1 


3 


1 


1 


34 Peabody . 


16 


42 


18 


6 




3 


- 


2 


35 Gardner . 


3 


27 


1 


17 


2 


- 


- 


- 


36 Wobum . 


4 


29 


6 


12 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


37 Westfield . 


31 


39 


2 


17 


_ 


1 


- 


— 


38 Marlborough 


12 


16 


5 


15 


- 


- 


— 


— 


39 Newburyport 


5 


13 


2 


7 


- 


16 


2 


1 


Total . 


. 1,813 


2,990 


1.223 


1,702 


77 


278 


102 


38 



Pt. IT. 



29 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Classified accokding to Training Jan. 1, 1950 













Junior high school 










'o 








GRADUATE OF 






o 




o 
















o-g 






teachers college or 


secondary school with 




"o-g 




II 

o <» 


1 
1 


a) 
M) 
v 

O 


normal school 


professional training for 




o « 




Is 

X c.>> 


With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


r-l (N 


TO 


"3 
o 


192 


193 


194 


195 


196 197 


198 199 


200 


201 


202 


203 


_ 


1,676 


271 


126 


65 230 


85 


40 


14 


_ 


821 


_ 


641 


60 


3 


16 1 


4 


2 


- 


- 


86 


_ 


421 


121 


39 


6 9 


4 5 


8 


5 


1 


198 


_ 


304 


26 


7 


5 6 


3 12 


10 


3 


2 


73 


3 


318 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


361 


38 


15 


8 12 


3 4 


3 


3 


5 


91 


_ 


268 


94 


10 


5 4 


2 


6 


4 


5 


130 


1 


193 


43 


57 


4 9 


3 4 


3 


— 


1 


124 


_ 


243 


67 


22 


9 21 


4 4 


1 


- 


1 


129 


6 


257 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


245 


77 


6 


20 17 


1 5 


2 


_ 


_ 


128 


_ 


286 


89 


4 


4 25 


1 4 


3 


- 


- 


130 


_ 


197 


67 


5 


3 17 


2 


1 


1 


- 


96 


_ 


164 


18 


15 


8 39 


2 2 


_ 


_ 


- 


84 


- 


154 


66 


16 


7 10 


- 


4 


- 


- 


102 


_ 


101 


36 


11 


3 2 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


52 


_ 


165 


41 


24 


7 11 


1 


— 


- 


- 


84 


2 


164 

154 

94 


34 


16 


5 5 


7 7 


1 


4 


1 


79 


_ 


139 
94 
136 
125 
161 


46 


11 


7 8 


1 2 


4 


- 


_ 


78 


- 


25 


10 


3 5 


1 


2 


4 


- 


50 




143 


42 


6 


3 


1 2 


4 


3 




61 


- 


95 
111 


16 


11 


5 4 


2 1 


1 


2 


- 


42 


1 


90 
105 


- 


: 


- 


: : 


: 


- 


: 


: 


1 
1 
7 


52 
99 
107 
94 
60 

64 
90 


17 


- 


4 11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ _ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


21 


6 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


31 


1 


49 
46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


8.246 


1,311 


419 


184 449 


36 145 


97 


43 


17 


2,701 



30 



P.D. 2. 



Gkoup I. Cities — Concluded 





Full Time Principals and Teachers, classified according to Training, 






HIGH SCHOOLS 








graduate op 




CITIES 


0) 

o 
O 


teachers college or 
normal school 


secondary school WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>. 




With 

diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 
or more 






204 


205 206 207 


208 209 210 


211 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield 

4 Fall River. 

5 Cambridge 


730 
218 
144 
67 
170 


16 22 141 
3 1 

1 - 2 

2 1 2 

3 2 6 


16 75 

- - 5 
2 4 4 

- 2 9 

- 2 19 


7 
1 

2 


6 New Bedford . 

7 Somerville 

8 Lowell 

9 Lynn 

10 Lawrence . 


68 
107 
80 
86 
75 


- 2 7 
3 2 5 
3 - - 

1 3 13 

2 3- 


1 
7-6 
2 1 8 
2 - 1 
- - 5 


2 
2 
2 
1 
2 


11 Quincy 

12 Newton . 

13 Medford . 

14 Brockton . 

15 Maiden 


83 
81 
95 
65 
64 


1 4 10 
1 

1 6 

2 3 3 
7 1 2 


- 4 1 
1 - 2 
11- 
1 4 5 


- 


16 Holyoke . 

17 Pittsfield . 

18 Everett . 

19 Haverhill . 

20 Fitchburg 


48 
56 
59 
51 
37 


1 1 
2 5 7 

1 1 6 

2 2 6 
- 5 13 


1 2 

- 1 - 
1 2 

- - 2 
1 - - 


1 


21 Chicopee . 

22 Chelsea . 

23 Salem 

24 Waltham . 

25 Taunton . 


45 
49 
48 
44 
50 


1 4 
4 - 1 
2 1 6 
- 2 3 
2-2 


1 1 
3 2- 
- 2 - 
1 1 1 


3 


26 Revere 

27 Beverly . 

28 Melrose . 

29 Northampton . 

30 Gloucester 


41 
27 
49 
27 
42 


1 - 5 

- 3 6 

- - 3 
3 1 4 

2 1 6 


2 2 3 
4 1 

- 3 - 

- - 2 

- - 1 


1 
2 


31 Leominster 

32 North Adams . 

33 Attleboro . 

34 Peabody . 

35 Gardner . 


20 

24 
28 
32 
29 


1 - 2 

2 1 8 

2-2 

1 2 5 

1 8 


1 

2 1 
- - 1 


1 


36 Woburn . 

37 Westfield . 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport . 


27 
30 
24 
23 


2 1 
4-1 
1 - 4 
- 2 2 


- - 2 

- 1 - 


- 


Total . 


3.043 


76 76 302 


26 58 155 


27 



Pt. II. 



31 











Geoup I 


Cities ■ 


— Concluded 








Jan. 1 


1950 


School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 


Buildings 

USED FOB 








"o 






















Total 


o o 










<a o 












Valuation 

OF 


03 
^ IS 






o-g 
A3 


ga ss 


_ o 






xi'o 

-as 
3 




T3 

c3 


School 
Pbopektt 


tag 

O to 


"3 

O 


hree-ro( 
buildin 

our-roo: 
buildir 


1 


"a 
o 




3 

'i 


2 73 

1-5 




^ 


H 


o 


H 


H fe 


pq 


H 


a 


►^ 


m 


o 




212 


213 


214 


215 


216 217 


218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


222a 


223 


_ 


1,007 


1 


4 


2 10 


223 


240 


195 


21 


24 


_ 


$72,261,310 00 


- 


228 


3 


1 


4 


68 


76 


69 


2 


5 


- 


12,613,602 00 


_ 


159 


- 


- 


3 


33 


36 


28 


5 


3 


- 


12,357,141 00 


4 


87 


- 


- 


1 


34 


35 


31 


2 


2 


- 


18,569,640 00 


5 


207 


- 


- 


- 


22 


22 


20 


- 


2 


- 


6,242,258 00 


_ 


80 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


33 


33 


30 


2 




_ 


7,382,420 00 


2 


134 


- 


- 


1 


25 


26 


22 


3 




- 


5,017,500 00 


- 


96 


- 


3 


10 


16 


29 


23 


1 




4 


4,445,790 00 


_ 


107 


- 


1 


5 


20 


26 


19 


4 




- 


9,245,746 53 


8 


95 


- 


- 


3 


19 


22 


21 


- 




- 


4,816,400 00 


_ 


103 


_ 


_ 


_ 


24 


24 


19 


3 




1 


6,711,266 00 


1 


86 


- 


- 


30 


- 


30 


23 


4 




- 


9,113,420 00 


_ 


104 


- 


- 


1 


22 


23 


19 


3 




~ 


5,637,625 00 


- 


83 


- 


2 


7 


17 


26 


23 


2 






2,350,375 00 


- 


74 


- 


- 


1 


13 


14 


10 


1 




2 


4,839,690 00 


1 


54 


_ 


_ 


1 


12 


13 


8 


1 




2 


2,946,400 00 


- 


71 


2 


2 


1 


16 


21 


15 


2 




3 


3;93 4,970 00 


3 


74 


- 


- 


2 


16 


18 


15 


2 




- 


4,237,613 00 


- 


63 


- 


1 


6 


15 


22 


20 


- 




- 


3,183,125 00 


- 


56 


- 


- 


6 


12 


18 


16 


1 




- 


2,768,636 00 


_ 


50 


_ 


2 


1 


13 


16 


15 


_ 




_ 


3,961,433 64 


- 


56 


- 


- 


- - 


6 


6 


2 


- 




3 


2,751,900 00 


- 


65 


1 


- 


5 


9 


15 


14 


- 




- 


3,227,284 00 


- 


61 


- 


- 


- - 


13 


13 


10 


2 




- 


3,012.125 31 


- 


57 


- 


2 


1 1 


16 


20 


19 


- 




- 


2,406,462 00 


_ 


55 


_ 


_ 


3 


14 


17 


14 


1 




_ 


5,624,300 00 


- 


43 


- 


— 


1 1 


10 


12 


10 


1 




- 


2,345,979 15 


— 


55 


— 


- 


2 


9 


11 


10 


- 




- 


3,095,833 00 


- 


3f7 


2 


- 


1 2 


8 


13 


8 


1 




3 


2,121,310 00 


- 


52 


2 


- 


1 2 


10 


15 


13 


1 




- 


3,413,000 00 


3 


26 


_ 


_ 


2 


8 


10 


8 


1 




_ 


1,041,022 00 


- 


36 


- 


- 


- - 


7 


7 


6 


- 




- 


1,861,061 76 


- 


33 


- 


- 


2 


8 


10 


9 


— 




- 


1,844,514 00 


- 


43 


- 


- 


- - 


9 


9 


8 


- 




- 


2,029,300 00 


- 


39 


- 


- 


2 


7 


9 


8 


- 




- 


1,257,192 00 


_ 


32 


_ 


2 


4 


8 


14 


12 


_ 




_ 


1,575,600 00 


- 


35 


- 


- 


1 


8 


9 


8 


- 




- 


1,293,653 15 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- - 


5 


5 


4 


- 




- 


1,232,000 00 


- 


27 


1 


- 


2 


5 


8 


7 


- 




- 


933,100 00 


27 


3,790 


12 


20 


8 120 


813 


973 


811 


66 


78 


18 


$243,701,997 54 



32 



Geoup II. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of 5,000 





TOWNS 


i 

a 
O 


a 

■-5 

"o 

00 


Teaching Staff in All Public Day 

Schools — Kindergarten, Elementart, 

Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 1950 




FULL TIME 


PART 

TIME 












1 

II 

P 

03 






a 

Jo 

P 


03 

a 
o 

> 


1 

•3 

a 


£ 

o 

o 

P. 

3 

cn 


2 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


40 
41 
42 
43 
44 


Brookline 
Arlington 
Watertown . 
Belmont 
Weymouth . 


49,786 
40,013 
35,427 
26,867 
23,868 


$150,881,200 
60,819,400 
62,303,935 
56,068.900 
63,582,803 


9 
10 
9 
8 
4 


8 
7 
5 
6 
12 


295 
236 
222 
168 
177 


312 
253 
236 
182 
193 


3 

7 

6 


45 
46 
47 
48 
49 


Framingham 

Methuen 

Milton 

West Springfield . 

Southbridge 


23.214 
21,880 
18,708 
17,135 
16,825 


42,655,678 
21,545,845 
41,436.125 
39,708,994 
15.482,090 


10 

7 
7 
8 
5 


9 
9 
6 
6 
3 


146 
103 
126 
127 
66 


165 
119 
139 
141 

74 


1 

1 
3 

1 


60 
51 
52 
53 
64 


Winthrop 
Braintree 
Wakefield . 
Greenfield 
Dedham 


16,768 
16,378 
16,223 
15,672 
15,508 


24,731,400 
33,209,850 
25,454,950 
27.680,225 
29.352,250 


6 
4 
5 
2 
8 


7 
2 
6 

1 
5 


114 
160 
107 
99 
116 


127 
166 
118 
102 
129 


2 

1 
3 


55 
56 
57 
58 
59 


Milford 
Norwood 
Wellesley . 
Winchiester . 
Saugus 


15,388 
15,383 
15,127 
15,081 
14,825 


15,490,900 
26,984,980 
52,067,450 
37,702,225 
19,841.616 


2 
6 
4 
5 
2 


2 
1 
5 
9 
3 


73 
100 
140 
106 

99 


77 
107 
149 
120 
104 


1 

2 
3 

1 


60 
61 
62 
63 
64 


Danvers 

Natick 

Lexington 

Webster 

Plymouth 


14,179 
13,851 
13,187 
13,186 
13,100 


15.163,200 
23,717,150 
28.982.107 
18.153.484 
25.960.135 


4 
3 
5 

1 
5 


3 
6 

1 

7 


84 

102 

111 

36 

83 


91 

in 

116 
38 
95 


4 
1 
3 
15 
1 


65 
66 
67 
68 
69 


Adams 

Needham 

Clinton 

Athol 

Andover 


12,608 
12,445 
12,440 
11,180 
11,122 


10.968,400 
34,808.790 
11.946,655 
11,649,177 
19,903,134 


6 
5 

1 
2 


5 

3 

5 


61 
103 
69 
70 
61 


67 
113 
60 
75 
66 


1 
2 
2 


70 
71 
72 
73 
74 


Fairhaven 
Reading 
Amesbury 
Marblehead . 
Stoneham 


10,938 
10,866 
10,862 
10,856 
10,765 


12,807,640 
23.117.1.56 
10.228.095 
25,403,790 
17,629.100 


4 
5 

1 
7 
2 


3 
4 


70 
97 
54 
95 
71 


77 
102 

55 
102 

77 


1 

5 
1 
5 


75 
76 
77 
78 
79 


Swampscott 
North Attleborougl 
Easthampton 
Northbridge 
Palmer 


10,761 
1 . 10,359 
10.316 
10,242 
9,149 


25.033,155 

12.549.000 

14.704.023 

7,666,867 

8,266,305 


4 

1 
2 
2 


6 

1 
3 


73 

65 
46 
56 
51 


83 
56 
49 
58 
54 


1 
4 


80 
81 
82 
83 
84 


Middleborough 
Dartmouth . 
Bridgewater 
Stoughton . 
Barnstable . 


9,032 
9,011 
8,902 
8,632 
8,333 


10.189.040 
15,413,050 
7,380,212 
11,008,125 
34,132.400 


6 
3 
5 
2 
2 


2 
6 
2 
1 

1 


63 
58 
42 
53 
79 


71 
67 
49 
56 
82 


3 


85 
86 
87 
88 
89 


Ludlow 
Rockland 
Chelmsford . 
Hudson 
Hingham 


8,181 
8,087 
8,077 
8,042 
8,003 


7.338,435 
9,181,987 
8,953.215 
7.230,195 
19,624,557 


1 
1 
2 
1 
3 


3 
3 
3 

6 


38 
48 
54 
45 
76 


42 
52 
59 
46 
85 


1 

1 
3 


90 
91 
92 
93 
94 


Concord 

Billerica 

Agawam 

Whitman 

Randolph 


7,972 
7.933 
7,842 
7,759 
7.634 


12,055,171 
14,741,070 
13,226,275 
8,863,240 
8,160,900 


3 

1 
3 

1 
2 


5 
2 
2 
5 


64 
59 
61 
56 
62 


67 
65 
66 
59 
69 


3 
2 
6 


95 
96 
97 
98 
99 


Shrewsbury . 

Montague 

Ware 

North Andover 

Grafton 


7,586 
7,582 
7,557 
7,524 
7,457 


11,571,145 
10,555,082 

6,247,177 
12,500,900 

5,516,935 


3 
1 

1 
1 


2 
4 
1 


62 
58 
31 
44 
39 


65 
59 
34 
49 
40 


6 

1 
2 
4 
2 



Pt. 11. 














33 


Population 


OR Over 














Pupils in All 


Public Day 


Schools 


— Kindergarten, Elementart, Juniob 


High 


a 

3'- 






High — 


Year ending 


June 30, 1950 




"2 




J. 




"o 
II 

Si 


a 
3 


r whom 
d tuition 
less than 
hooi year 


m 


"a ' 
s+ 


o 


o 


-d © 


fi ** 


2 


o-a " 


g-aa 


a a 




■w a 
II 

MS 


«5 


a 

o— • 




upila f 
town pi 
for not 
half 01 6 


on-resid 
attende 
than ha 
year 




(S 


< 


< 


<: 


< 


Oh 


Z 


Z 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


6,497 


1,044,108 


5,792 


180 


6,274 


2 


89 


6,187 


6,289 


999,699 


5,600 


179 


6,041 


- 


51 


5,990 


6,121 


819,519 


4,600 


178 


4,584 


- 


21 


4,563 


3,772 


627,766 


3,468 


181 


3,712 


1 


17 


3,696 


5,192 


847,647 


4,743 


179 


5,090 


4 


21 


5,073 


3,778 


595,964 


3,359 


178 


3,690 


16 


65 


3,641 


2,975 


486,012 


2,750 


177 


2,884 


- 


43 


2,841 


3,081 


502,434 


2,800 


179 


2,997 


- 


8 


2,989 


2,924 


461,853 


2,587 


179 


2,775 


4 


20 


2,759 


1,793 


293,207 


1,622 


181 


1,705 


- 


80 


1,625 


3,042 


493,525 


2,735 


180 


2,942 


3 


20 


2,925 


4,054 


662,163 


3,767 


176 


4,033 


— 


21 


4,012 


3,019 


506,880 


2,780 


182 


2,936 


- 


250 


2,686 


2,434 


389,620 


2,217 


175 


2,355 


- 


32 


2,323 


2,725 


434,677 


2,485 


175 


2,661 


- 


26 


2,635 


1,808 


291,498 


1,667 


174 


1,773 


_ 


27 


1,746 


2,268 


353,074 


1,992 


174 


2,144 


3 


58 


2,089 


3,036 


491,204 


2,776 


176 


3,007 


1 


14 


2,994 


2,602 


427,378 


2,371 


180 


2,539 


5 


42 


2,502 


3,195 


520.362 


2,946 


177 


3,110 


5 


22 


3,093 


2,203 


359,849 


2,010 


179 


2,165 


2 


106 


2,061 


3,089 


487,363 


2,781 


175 


3,019 


14 


21 


3,012 


2,703 


441,678 


2,500 


177 


2,661 


10 


108 


2,583 


985 


162,648 


903 


180 


942 


- 


81 


861 


2,352 


388,516 


2,157 


180 


2,272 


7 


135 


2,144 


1,630 


275,414 


1,537 


180 


1,603 


1 


95 


1,509 


2,779 


459,296 


2,611 


179 


2,817 


2 


7 


2,812 


1,435 


234,595 


1,326 


177 


1,404 


- 


54 


1,350 


2,001 


322,297 


1,861 


173 


1,944 


2 


54 


1,892 


1,662 


265,435 


1,555 


177 


1,627 


2 


60 


1,569 


1,943 


319,936 


1,771 


181 


1,900 


2 


95 


1,807 


2,613 


430,053 


2,392 


180 


2,581 


— 


163 


2,418 


1,248 


205,471 


1,159 


177 


1,217 


1 


124 


1.094 


2,115 


350,606 


1,967 


178 


2,104 


— 


4 


2.100 


1,846 


306,036 


1,724 


180 


1,822 


- 


19 


1,803 


1,733 


282,433 


1,578 


178 


1,693 


_ 


10 


1,683 


1,426 


233,560 


1,311 


179 


1,389 


- 


7 


1,382 


1,070 


171,577 


957 


179 


1,017 


- 


39 


978 


1,568 


260,296 


1,457 


179 


1,526 


- 


109 


1,417 


1,328 


215,460 


1,240 


173 


1,304 


- 


54 


1,250 


1,916 


316,344 


1,784 


177 


1,872 


6 


102 


1,776 


1,692 ■ 


273,000 


1,553 


176 


1,650 


6 


18 


1,638 


1,174 


193,691 


1,074 


180 


1,153 


- 


14 


1,139 


1,609 


261,204 


1,463 


178 


1,559 


5 


65 


1,499 


1,915 


301,032 


1,713 


176 


1,843 


- 


10 


1,833 


1,004 


165,097 


921 


179 


979 


_ 


12 


967 


1,230 


200,646 


1,121 


179 


1,216 


- 


10 


1,206 


1,448 


234,940 


1,293 


182 


1,386 


— 


20 


1,366 


971 


160,867 


904 


177 


947 


- 


87 


860 


2,004 


328,190 


1,794 


183 


1,971 


16 


152 


1,835 


1,439 


238,487 


1,308 


182 


1,408 


_ 


155 


1,253 


2,238 


360,031 


2,043 


177 


2,194 


1 


65 


2,130 


1,743 


280,832 


1,614 


174 


1,715 


- 


26 


1,689 


1,619 


275,390 


1.515 


182 


1,593 


1 


185 


1,409 


1,943 


302,638 


1,772 


170 


1,903 


- 


81 


1,822 


1.564 


257,286 


1,454 


177 


1,559 


7 


7 


1,559 


1,376 


218,812 


1,275 


172 


1,337 


14 


71 


1,280 


819 


131,519 


759 


173 


799 


- 


14 


785 


1,232 


198,548 


1,145 


173 


1,208 


10 


3 


1,215 


1,047 


167,485 


944 


177 


1,009 


~ 


78 


931 



34 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



TOWNS 



Itemized Expenditubbs fob Support of All Public 



o 



17 



18 



19 



40 


Brookline 


S50,658 07 


Sl,348,291 


66 


$24,109 


83 


S77,764 


18 


41 


Arlington 


27,153 


39 


892,823 


21 


12,632 


84 


51,393 


85 


42 


Watertown . 


27,212 


51 


798,489 


92 


7,693 


52 


40,369 


35 


43 


Belmont 


30,542 


85 


671,748 


20 


10,926 


51 


44,854 


61 


44 


Weymouth . 


23,888 


30 


646,544 


16 


19,049 


73 


30,556 


71 


45 


Framingham 


25,169 


28 


534,416 


51 


9,580 


69 


14,180 


58 


46 


Methuen 


15,843 


41 


342,984 


80 


9,445 


98 


12,140 


00 


47 


Milton 


18,559 


71 


464,898 


89 


6,753 65 


14,131 


78 


48 


West Springfield . 


19,682 


57 


438,453 07 


6,838 86 


24,971 


18 


49 


Southbridge 


11,647 


05 


246,542 


83 


3,642 


42 


13,291 


62 


50 


Winthrop 


15,019 


52 


412,704 


79 


6,788 62 


31,812 


97 


51 


Braintree 


17,923 


60 


502,031 


24 


17,701 


50 


49,874 88 


62 


Wakefield . 


28,080 


12 


386,906 


70 


12,975 


04 


16,232 


14 


53 


Greenfield 


11,163 


90 


305,818 


14 


7,915 


56 


16,158 


71 


54 


Dedham 


15,476 79 


412,639 


61 


9,183 94 


21,066 21 


55 


Milford 


11,065 


83 


220,273 


67 


3,674 24 


4,987 29 


56 


Norwood 


14,137 


04 


348,445 


94 


5,658 70 


14,610 


72 


57 


Wellesley 


23,950 


13 


493,378 31 


12.304 


22 


27,023 


78 


58 


Winchester . 


30,237 


14 


432,823 


21 


7 222 42 


22,771 


26 


59 


Saugus 


9,319 


36 


308,229 


09 


7,089 


37 


11,789 


05 


60 


Danvers 


8,347 07 


283,033 


40 


6,098 30 


12,481 


25 


61 


Natick 


15,940 


58 


339,887 


56 


6,353 


86 


23,640 


49 


62 


Lexington 


11,681 


30 


394,234 32 


12,026 


83 


15,764 


44 


63 


Webster 


7,715 


92 


154,526 


44 


2,930 


11 


4,092 


55 


64 


Plymouth 


13,033 56 


299,302 


28 


3,556 90 


17,619 


87 


65 


Adams 


10,882 


62 


188,346 86 


4,180 


12 


5,970 73 


66 


Needham 


19,720 


14 


370,492 03 


6,073 60 


18,593 


78 


67 


Clinton 


11,658 


18 


187,069 03 


3,929 00 


4,891 


52 


68 


Atbol 


12,410 


90 


220,323 


41 


2,749 


53 


8,726 


52 


69 


Andover 


12,581 


45 


222,698 


44 


4,406 


53 


6,367 


19 


70 


Fairhaven 


9,428 


84 


229,321 


17 


4,725 


32 


9,041 


47 


71 


Reading 


15,786 31 


334,563 


28 


5,462 


35 


28,680 


05 


72 


Amesbury 


11,366 


12 


168,929 


13 


4,887 


67 


9,283 


70 


73 


MarMehead . 


12,332 


23 


314,721 


82 


12,317 70 


18,936 


64 


74 


Stoneham . 


14,452 


24 


253,758 


77 


6,633 50 


12,982 


14 


75 


Swampscott 


11,642 


27 


277,509 


59 


7,482 


85 


14,302 


02 


76 


North Attleborough 


11,559 


91 


187,163 


27 


3,138 54 


5,980 


29 


77 


Easthampton 


7,654 


75 


140,977 


68 


2,325 


66 


7,404 


77 


78 


Northbridge 


8,641 


74 


183,163 


89 


3,067 82 


7,552 


17 


79 


Palmer 


10,570 


19 


146,024 


31 


2,246 


51 


10,053 


96 


80 


Middleborough 


7,351 


68 


193,154 


88 


4,601 


10 


12,304 


23 


81 


Dartmouth . 


9,314 


98 


202,028 


76 


3,987 26 


14,832 


91 


82 


Bridge water 


4,580 


39 


103,694 


39 


1,694 


39 


5,056 


09 


83 


Stoughton 


10,353 76 


149,970 


57 


4,350 


46 


6,785 


17 


84 


Barnstable . 


11,049 


21 


247,729 


65 


4,310 


57 


16,583 


45 


85 


Ludlow 


9,452 


65 


126,134 


23 


1,628 41 


7,349 


30 


86 


Rockland 


10,122 


77 


147,326 


10 


3,888 99 


6,224 


04 


87 


Chelmsford . 


7,798 54 


150,860 


79 


4,164 


11 


4,050 


87 


88 


Hudson 


10,290 03 


122,921 


54 


2,888 75 


3,974 85 


89 


Hingham 


20,847 55 


296,404 


24 


5,896 


29 


17,965 


07 


90 


Concord 


14,207 


44 


219,639 


74 


6,100 


47 


15,519 


69 


91 


Billerica 


9,811 


45 


183,397 


14 


4,663 


76 


5,988 


26 


92 


Agawam 


8,949 


07 


146,562 


88' 


2,951 


19 


10,309 


27 


93 


Whitman 


6,978 


86 


161,572 


94 


6,986 


15 


10,510 01 


94 


Randolph 


8,455 


72 


186,602 


74 


7,716 


77 


4,876 


43 


95 


Shrewsbury . 


13,484 48 


186,960 


26 


5,347 


77 


10,556 


62 


96 


Montague 


9,939 


15 


180,987 


41 


5,367 


76 


10,303 


44 


97 


Ware 


10,440 


58 


93,669 


99 


3,470 


23 


2,250 


37 


98 


North Andover 


10,354 


07 


154,181 


23 


3,173 


71 


6,706 


06 


99 


Grafton 


8,621 


07 


104,075 


25 


3,929 


53 


5,878 37 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



35 



Schools — Dat, Evening, Vacation — Ybae ending Jttnb 30, 1950 



3. 9. 




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TRANSPOHTATION 


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■^1 




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S5 


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II 


i 

c 
a 




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u 


a 
o 

o 

3 


G 

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g 


•IS 

g:-s 


C 03 

•-> 


* 


J3 




o 




o" 




tf 


iJ 


PL, 


H 




H 



20 




21 




22 




23 




24 




25 




S208,030 77 


S123,413 


24 


$34,458 


10 


$35,723 04 


$2,540 25 


$844 46 


142,526 


34 


82,834 


82 


2,626 


84 


13,934 


70 


- 




354 


00 


90,863 


05 


38,680 


02 


3,860 


00 


9,687 


45 


5,566 


00 


- 




92,840 


52 


59,981 


00 


1,787 


71 


13,719 


26 


12,886 


53 


- 




94,771 


83 


70,994 


20 


359 


24 


14,450 


14 


29,480 


00 


48 


40 


72,473 


58 


41,961 


03 






14,513 


26 


18,163 


23 


. 




60,217 


10 


17,480 


10 


102 


62 • 


7,955 


68 


15,702 


94 


63 


00 


72,791 


92 


34,006 


82 


878 96 


6,159 


91 


11,692 


90 


- 




72,501 


84 


39,074 


25 


700 22 


7,254 


52 


10,731 


50 


- 




39,300 


31 


4,330 


17 






5,155 


35 


8,581 


65 


- 




48,020 03 


26,865 


45 


288 


69 


7,615 


98 


4,198 


43 


_ 




77,731 


97 


32,985 


03 


622 


86 


7,593 


86 


21,466 


16 


- 




56,923 


47 


29,719 


08 


322 


52 


3,885 


45 


6,754 


50 


- 




58,925 


27 


20,055 


04 


831 


45 


8,560 


84 


10.777 


52 


- 




77,667 41 


26,498 


62 






7,657 05 


7,217 


21 


- 




41,834 44 


19,080 


96 


729 


81 


5,281 


66 


9,971 


75 


_ 




56,635 


20 


35,782 


36 


1,048 74 


9,831 


25 


10,175 00 


200 


00 


62,181 


73 


30,001 


81 


1,700 83 


8,791 


82 


15,723 46 


- 




62,863 


82 


19,949 


54 


706 72 


5,595 


35 


2,142 


00 


- 




57,226 74 


19,664 75 






4,726 


21 


12,263 


50 


- 




47,032 


58 


25,886 


20 






3,986 


60 


3,460 


00 


_ 




63,652 


14 


15,775 09 






4,261 


09 


19,127 


29 


- 




58,224 


62 


26,470 


64 


1,638 


17 


4,495 


67 


13,366 60 


- 




27,313 


94 


8,686 


19 


527 63 


3,433 


19 


3,975 


15 


- 




35,537 77 


15,072 31 


227 


09 


10,348 


19 


25,959 


00 


382 


40 


38,443 


12 


8,579 


47 


3,228 


58 


2,793 


97 


5,241 


85 


. 




59,520 


48 


22,813 


05 


1,507 


16 


4,492 


87 


17,374 


50 


- 




31,324 


06 


12,545 


70 


9 


49 


3,883 


52 


- 




- 




40,722 68 


7,512 


18 


220 


16 


3,152 


70 


10,811 


00 


- 




47,067 03 


9,911 


57 






6,177 


00 


15,771 


29 


76 


77 


41,241 


37 


16,891 


23 


108 28 


3,430 96 


7,176 67 


30 


00 


60,549 


36 


11,940 


68 


558 35 


5,306 


00 


12,003 


68 


- 




27,510 


18 


9,606 


49 


539 


12 


3,607 


32 


4,926 


97 


- 




63,575 


91 


11,334 


51 


618 


89 


4,055 


16 


4,709 


25 


- 




36,854 09 


6,228 


20 


598 


65 


4,521 


20 


3,302 


00 






50,766 93 


11,018 


85 


821 


41 


3,070 


17 


1,100 00 






31,709 


89 


6,169 


45 


738 75 


4,124 


38 


14,630 


51 






28,880 


35 


13,540 


69 






3,. 544 


42 


7,410 


28 






28,965 


35 


10,000 75 


260 


93 


3,745 


51 


13,990 07 






32,828 


86 


21,293 


51 




- 


4,149 


95 


14,400 


00 






24,762 


21 


12,065 


27 


208 


45 


2,775 


46 


34,107 33 






33,858 78 


17,958 


32 






5,571 


98 


28,235 


53 






14,573 


82 


10,229 


03 


142 


11 


2,241 


94 


10,736 


45 






26,341 


08 


11,298 


14 






3,810 


94 


18,841 


60 


272 


95 


43,635 


86 


24,781 


03 




- 


4,261 


42 


28,876 


40 






21,496 


53 


8,673 


71 


257 87 


3,398 


71 


13,213 


21 






23,879 


54 


12,416 


82 


195 


19 


4,135 


68 


5,113 07 


157 


00 


25,960 


09 


7,458 


89 




- 


639 


85 


18,602 


00 




- 


20,198 03 


2,354 


38 




- 


3,203 


28 


4,250 


00 




- 


48,616 


25 


13,761 


13 


1,161 


47 


4,383 


16 


16,962 


17 




- 


42,816 


08 


14,262 


20 


176 


51 


4,972 


59 


17,852 


68 




_ 


29,157 


05 


12,451 


31 


90 75 


2,670 


10 


36,648 


05 




- 


38,590 


09 


9,299 


69 


262 


35 


3,440 


45 


17,524 


50 




- 


28,347 


08 


7,879 


39 


98 


79 


3,574 


52 


3,284 


00 




- 


30,591 


19 


9,403 


15 


69 


07 


3,965 


16 


7,072 


69 


52 


00 


26,757 


13 


17,408 


17 




_ 


3,811 


04 


19,715 


18 


72 00 


39,499 


74 


13,622 


77 


701 


92 


4,593 


65 


15,808 


20 


5 


00 


13,109 


27 


4,014 


19 




_ 


4,055 


15 


10,861 


40 




- 


25,243 


83 


5,465 


65 




- 


3,408 


03 


7,817 


50 




- 


18,147 


04 


6,642 


64 




- 


1,416 


08 


11,146 


45 


14 


00 



36 
















P.D 


.2. 














Group 11. 


Towns of 5,000 






Itemized Expenditxtres 


FOR 


Support of All 










Public Schools 


— Day. 


Evening. Vacation 


Expenditure 




TOWNS 


— Year ending June 30, 


1950 — Con. 




ending June 








s 
s 


t 
a 

3 




M 
h 








§ 




a 
1 
1 


o 




2 








26 


27 


28 




29 




40 


Brookline 


$615 20 


$7,793 35 


$1,914,242 


15 


$866,127 29 


41 


Arlington 




- 


8,247 


23 


1,234,527 


22 


6.750 


66 


42 


Watertown . 


'. '. 304 


54 


8,806 


92 


1,031,533 


28 


3,291 


00 


43 


Belmont 




- 


2,490 


01 


941,777 


20 


625 


00 


44 


Weymouth . 


'. 930 38 


11,216 


85 


942,289 


94 


432,901 


68 


45 


Framingham 






2,920 


58 


733,378 


74 


243,016 


37 


46 


Methuen 


! '. 839 


80 


2,069 


88 


484,835 


31 




- 


47 


Milton 


347 


30 


1,113 


82 


631,335 


66 


3,168 


25 


48 


West Springfield . 


223 


43 


8,713 78 


629,145 


22 


512 


70 


49 


Southbridge 


667 


54 


596 


12 


333,755 


06 


7,676 


45 


60 


Winthrop 


784 


56 


7,098 


93 


561,197 


97 


19,639 


80 


61 


Braintree 






7,470 


29 


735,401 


39 


1,913 


50 


52 


Wakefield . 


'. '. 68 74 


3,232 44 


545,100 


20 




- 


63 


Greenfield . 






1,667 


57 


441,874 


00 




- 


64 


Dedham 






932 


33 


578,339 


17 


13,992 44 


55 


Milford 






4,016 


53 


320,916 


18 


34 


44 


56 


Norwood 


! .* 3,581 


39 


14,645 


19 


514,751 


53 




- 


57 


Wellesley 


. 




4,283 


55 


679,339 


64 


2,221 


01 


58 


Winchester . 


. 




1,439 


67 


585,751 


13 




- 


59 


Saugus 


738 03 


40 


31 


431,086 


41 




- 


60 


Danvers 


238 00 


1,061 


16 


391,624 


56 


23,688 07 


61 


Natick 


283 


92 


5,168 


66 


494,090 


68 


665,789 


19 


62 


Lexington . 


603 00 


8,034 


69 


546,440 


18 




- 


63 


Webster 


- 




1,011 


23 


214,212 


35 




- 


64 


Plymouth 


! 1.051 


50 


4,205 


06 


426,295 93 


10,375 28 


65 


Adams 


735 32 


366 


87 


268,769 


51 


1,268 


58 


66 


Needham 


90 50 


7,478 46 


528,156 


57 


1,938 


31 


67 


Clinton 


18 


29 


6,536 


58 


261,865 


37 


632 


40 


68 


Athol 


442 


15 


2,366 


71 


309,437 


94 


11,507 29 


69 


Andover 


1,117 


57 


250 


00 


326,424 84 






70 


Fairhaven 


337 


45 


1,027 


84 


322,760 


60 


5,271 


57 


71 


Reading 


37 


71 


371 


63 


475,259 


40 


155,020 63 


72 


Amesbury 


177 


87 


352 


44 


241,187 


01 


532 72 


73 


Marlilehead . 


176 91 


7,240 


32 


450,019 


34 


194,649 


62 


74 


Stoneham 


. 




4,144 


15 


343,474 


94 






75 


Swampscott 


33 00 


4,453 


89 


382,200 


98 






76 


North Attleborough 


336 


04 


4,753 


83 


270,304 


86 


642 92 


77 


Easthampton 


. 




416 


32 


212,154 


92 






78 


Northbridge 


\ 




1,709 


74 


261,097 


97 


1,815 


00 


79 


Palmer 


■ 




5,793 


87 


247,361 


16 


10,682 


28 


SO 


Middleborough 


, 




2,761 


43 


294,092 


04 






81 


Dartmouth . 


'. '. 1,116 


05 


773 


43 


317,678 


00 


2,768 


"47 


82 


Bridgewater 


17,500 00 


3,318 


43 


173,767 


04 


323^ 


26 


83 


Stoughton . 


313 


65 


453 


06 


232,791 


28 






84 


Barnstable . 


• 




2,245 


62 


383,473 


21 






85 


Ludlow 


22 


00 


3,081 


69 


194,708 


31 


1,983 


04 


86 


Rockland 


. 




730 


19 


214,189 


39 






87 


Chelmsford . 


- 




1,257 


35 


220,792 


49 






88 


Hudson 


; ; 1,767 


01 


1,180 


30 


173,028 


17 






89 


Hingham 


591 


13 


44,699 


04 


471,287 


50 


58.590 42 


go 


Concord 


_ 




403 


05 


335,950 


45 






91 


Billerica 


'. '. 359 


02 


1,946 


31 


287,183 


20 


677 


82 


92 


Agawam 


- 




5,951 


23 


291,337 


74 


270,085 


30 


93 


Whitman 


276 


40 


5,508 


62 


235,016 


76 


586 


26 


94 


Randolph 


. 




1,553 


82 


260,358 


74 


32,500 00 


95 


Shrewsbury . 


910 


75 


3,967 


93 


288,991 


33 


180,748 


35 


96 


Montague 


, 




7,348 01 


288,177 


05 


383 


51 


97 


Ware 


, 




914 


56 


142,785 


74 


10.351 


48 


98 


North Andover 


262 


28 


2,145 


64 


218,758 00 


187,052 


18 


99 


Grafton 


29 


25 


761 


82 


160,661 


50 







Pt. 11. 

Population or Over — Continued 



37 



FOR Outlay, Ybab 




Valuation of 


Expenditure for 






30, 1950 




1949 PER Pupiii 


School Support from 


Rate of 


Total Tat 






IN Net Averaqb 
Membership, 


Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 


per $1,000 
Valuation. 1949 










Yeab ending June 


1949, PER $1,000 Val- 






1 




30. 


1950 


uation 






9- 


3 

o 




kH 


a 




^ 


1 

1 


1 
o 


o 


.si 

go 


mount 

ank in 
Group 


1 

a 


JO 


iz; 


H 


< 


tf 


< « 


< 


tf 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 35 


36 


37 


$22,556 42 


S888,683 71 


$24,387 


1 


Sll 60 78 


$37 00 


72 


4,766 97 


11,517 63 


10,153 


28 


16 92 38 


46 20 


28 


2,536 51 


5,827 51 


13,654 


12 


14 83 57 


41 00 


57 


10,779 81 


11,404 81 


15,170 


6 


15 86 46 


37 00 


71 


15,617 67 


448,519 35 


12,534 


16 


12 58 76 


33 50 


80 


11,398 77 


254,415 14 


11,715 


21 


13 62 70 


42 00 


50 


1,765 06 


1,765 06 


7,583 


54 


18 15 26 


52 00 


18 


4,944 02 


8,112 27 


13,863 


11 


14 12 63 


38 03 


66 


7,673 41 


8,086 11 


14,393 


10 


13 54 71 


32 80 


82 


1,628 72 


9,205 17 


9,527 


32 


12 55 77 


66 00 


7 


1,558 91 


21,198 71 


8,455 


44 


17 16 36 


42 00 


52 


3,700 74 


5,614 24 


8,278 


46 


16 48 42 


42 40 


46 


6,690 97 


6,690 97 


9,477 


34 


16 17 45 


41 60 


53 


8,001 18 


8,001 18 


11,916 


20 


13 75 69 


38 00 


65 


- 


13,992 44 


11,139 


23 


16 86 40 


42 00 


48 


4,275 01 


4,309 45 


8,872 


41 


15 74 48 


53 00 


U 


7,282 29 


7,282 29 


12,918 


13 


17 45 33 


37 80 


68 


10,303 33 


12,524 34 


17,391 


4 


11 37 79 


36 80 


73 


8,870 60 


8,870 60 


15,069 


7 


13 76 68 


36 00 


77 


2,077 61 


2,077 61 


6,415 


69 


16 59 41 


38 90 


62 


1,952 14 


25,640 21 


7,357 


56 


19 68 17 


62 00 


16 


21,398 22 


687,187 41 


7,874 


49 


16 19 43 


45 60 


35 


6,589 79 


6,589 79 


11,308 


22 


15 70 49 


43 00 


42 


395 32 


395 32 


21,084 


2 


5 73 85 


33 00 


81 


656 52 


11,031 80 


12,108 


18 


13 12 74 


37 20 


70 


2,405 08 


3,673 66 


7,269 


68 


17 69 32 


46 00 


30 


9,321 72 


11,260 03 


12,379 


17 


14 25 61 


38 00 


67 


689 84 


1,222 24 


8,849 


42 


15 23 54 


56 80 


8 


2,793 72 


14,301 01 


6,157 


71 


20 66 12 


45 00 


36 


- 


- 


12,685 


15 


14 07 65 


36 00 


75 


3,108 95 


8,380 52 


7,088 


59 


15 76 47 


46 00 


37 


50,957 78 


205,978 41 


9,560 


31 


14 99 65 


43 00 


43 


3,904 56 


4,437 28 


9,349 


37 


15 68 60 


62 00 


13 


16,650 67 


211,300 19 


12,097 


19 


15 48 61 


42 00 


51 


1.950 75 


1,950 75 


9,778 


29 


14 24 62 


46 00 


33 


1,529 40 


1,529 40 


14,874 


9 


14 07 66 


41 00 


66 


1,491 58 


2,134 50 


9,080 


40 


13 96 67 


36 50 


74 


629 62 


629 62 


15,035 


8 


10 41 83 


33 50 


79 


611 06 


2,426 06 


5,411 


78 


22 08 7 


47 00 


26 


1,534 70 


12,216 98 


6,613 


65 


21 78 10 


46 00 


32 


_ 


_ 


5,737 


74 


17 79 29 


54 00 


9 


6,396 58 


9,165 05 


9,410 


36 


14 50 59 


38 80 


63 


1,681 57 


2,004 83 


6,480 


68 


17 38 34 


43 60 


40 


541 22 


541 22 


7,344 


67 


13 06 75 


50 00 


22 


2,406 05 


2,406 05 


18,621 


3 


10 28 84 


30 00 


84 


1,889 40 


3,872 44 


7,689 


63 


19 60 18 


53 00 


10 


153 48 


153 48 


7,614 


62 


17 99 28 


47 00 


27 


1,700 71 


1,700 71 


6,554 


67 


18 37 24 


62 00 


14 


1,837 31 


1,837 31 


8,407 


45 


18 24 26 


56 00 


6 


6,699 95 


65,290 37 


10,695 


26 


18 42 23 


46 20 


29 


6,774 27 


5,774 27 


9,621 


30 


22 38 6 


52 00 


15 


1,582 24 


2,260 06 


6,921 


63 


11 26 80 


38 00 


64 


2,815 77 


272,901 07 


7,831 


50 


17 13 36 


39 00 


61 


2,083 73 


2,669 99 


6,290 


70 


17 78 30 


52 00 


20 


1,334 00 


33,834 00 


4,479 


85 


20 35 13 


52 80 


12 


2,782 71 


183,531 06 


7,422 


55 


19 03 21 


45 00 


38 


8,054 33 


8,437 84 


8,246 


47 


20 26 14 


41 00 


54 


356 53 


10,708 01 


7,958 


48 


14 83 66 


52 00 


19 


1,146 50 


188,198 68 


10,289 


27 


14 12 64 


41 00 


55 


3,748 73 


3,748 73 


5,926 


73 


17 72 31 


52 00 


17 



38 



P.D. 2 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Expenditure fob Support or All Public 
Year ending 



TOWNS 



FROM LOCAL TAXATION 



_ 'i 1 



.2 a 

1^ 



FROM STATE 

REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 










38 




39 


40 


41 




42 




43 


40 


Brookline 


$1,750,610 97 


S282 94 


1 


S58,809 


05 


S9 


51 


80 


41 


Arlington 


1,028,762 


47 


171 75 


18 


150,096 


66 


25 


06 


53 


42 


Watertown . 


924,254 


49 


202 55 


7 


103,343 


88 


22 


65 


60 


43 


Belmont 


889,028 


68 


240 54 


2 


36,668 


00 


9 


92 


78 


44 


Weymouth . 


799,922 


01 


157 68 


26 


88,448 


87 


17 


44 


70 


45 


Framingham 


581,125 


65 


159 61 


24 


67,313 


08 


18 


49 


67 


46 


Methuen 


390,955 


31 


137 61 


47 


115,034 


21 


40 


49 


22 


47 


Milton 


585,163 


79 


195 77 


10 


26,513 


50 


8 


87 


84 


48 


West Springfield . 


537,563 


48 


194 84 


11 


57,765 


39 


20 


94 


63 


49 


Southbridge 


199,474 


11 


122 75 


63 


88,719 


00 


54 


60 


2 


50 


Winthrop 


424,402 


47 


145 09 


35 


66,706 


75 


22 


81 


58 


51 


Braintree 


547 266 


67 


136 41 


50 


78,944 


80 


19 


68 


65 


52 


Wakefield . 


411,495 


74 


153 20 ■ 


30 


75,267 


57 


28 


02 


46 


53 


Greenfield 


380,653 


58 


163 86 


22 


38,164 


58 


16 


43 


73 


54 


Dedham 


494,738 


94 


187 76 


13 


64,783 


73 


24 


59 


54 


55 


Milford 


243,804 


74 


139 64 


43 


64,203 


40 


36 


77 


27 


56 


Norwood 


470,898 


80 


225 42 


3 


38,264 


28 


18 


32 


69 


57 


Wellesley 


592,231 


47 


197 81 


8 


27,498 


60 


9 


18 


82 


58 


Winchester . 


518,952 


56 


207 42 


6 


22,736 


65 


9 


09 


83 


59 


Saugus 


329,258 


30 


106 45 


78 


83,054 


81 


26 


85 


49 


60 


Danvers 


298,423 


99 


144 80 


36 


57,974 


00 


28 


13 


45 


61 


Natick 


384,054 


26 


127 51 


58 


73,406 


36 


24 


37 


57 


62 


Lexington 


454,976 


19 


177 52 


16 


43,136 


18 


16 


83 


72 


63 


Webster 


104,073 


25 


120 87 


65 


85,314 


32 


9 


91 


79 


64 


Plymouth 


340,685 


50 


158 90 


25 


46,494 


64 


21 


69 


62 


65 


Adams 


194,068 


88 


128 61 


57 


53,128 


85 


35 


21 


32 


66 


Needham 


495,937 


29 


176 36 


17 


29,205 


70 


10 


39 


77 


67 


Clinton 


181,979 


36 


134 80 


53 


57,963 


07 


42 


94 


16 


68 


Athol 


240,636 


63 


127 19 


59 


49,650 61 


26 


24 


51 


69 


Andover 


- . 280,107 


96 


178 53 


15 


32,611 


22 


20 


78 


64 


70 


Fairhaven 


201,824 


63 


111 69 


77 


75,439 


98 


41 


75 


18 


71 


Reading 


346,539 


17 


143 32 


39 


63,281 


71 


26 


17 


52 


72 


Amesbury 


160,371 


30 


146 59 


33 


57,778 


05 


52 


81 


4 


73 


Marblehead . 


393,215 


46 


187 25 


14 


19,884 


52 


9 


47 


81 


74 


Stoneham 


251,013 


46 


139 22 


44 


57,469 


96 


31 


87 


37 


75 


Swampscott 


352,251 


01 


209 30 


5 


14,522 


40 


8 


63 


85 


76 


North Attleborougl 


1 . 175,086 


80 


126 69 


60 


62,784 


77 


45 


43 


11 


77 


Easthampton 


153,041 


76 


156 48 


27 


37,352 


05 


38 


19 


24 


78 


Northbridge 


169,231 


71 


119 43 


67 


58,841 


09 


41 


53 


20 


79 


Palmer 


180,055 


14 


144 04 


38 


54,522 


20 


43 


62 


14 


SO 


Middleborough 


181,273 


53 


102 07 


80 


77,129 


28 


43 


43 


15 


81 


Dartmouth . 


223,491 


86 


136 44 


49 


66,776 


91 


40 


77 


21 


82 


Bridgewater 


128,247 


56 


112 60 


73 


35,655 


10 


31 


30 


38 


83 


Stoughton . 


143,790 


80 


95 92 


81 


70,229 


46 


46 


85 


8 


84 


Barnstable . 


350,965 


62 


191 47 


12 


34,383 


00 


18 


76 


66 


85 


Ludlow 


143 817 


18 


148 73 


32 


42,199 


76 


43 


64 


13 


86 


Rockland 


165,171 


03 


136 96 


48 


41,749 


28 


34 


62 


36 


87 


Chelmsford . 


164,430 


69 


120 37 


66 


57,568 


46 


42 


14 


17 


88 


Hudson 


131,888 


69 


153 36 


29 


40,115 


83 


46 


65 


9 


89 


Hingham 


361,486 


49 


197 00 


9 


33,699 


93 


18 


37 


68 


90 


Concord 


269,801 


51 


215 32 


4 


21,086 


75 


16 


83 


71 


91 


Billerica 


165,977 


64 


77 92 


85 


98,593 


67 


46 


29 


10 


92 


Agawam 


226,542 


11 


134 13 


54 


52,789 


65 


31 


25 


39 


93 


Whitman 


157,584 


78 


111 84 


76 


40,743 


69 


28 92 


44 


94 


Randolph 


166,051 


30 


91 14 


83 


66,808 


65 


36 


67 


29 


95 


Shrewsbury . 


220,156 


12 


141 22 


42 


46,622 


59 


29 


91 


40 


96 


Montague 


213,873 


82 


167 09 


21 


45,044 


10 


35 


19 


34 


97 


Ware 


92,673 


48 


118 06 


68 


39,043 


13 


49 


74 


6 


98 


North Andover 


176,560 


82 


145 32 


34 


32,944 


83 


27 


12 


48 


99 


Grafton 


97,765 


72 


105 01 


79 


44,141 


15 


47 


41 


7 



Pt. II. 




























39 


Population 


OR Over — 


- Continued 




















Day Schools — 


Classified as to Source, 














Amount paid to Towk 


Due. 31, 1949 






















FROM — 




MH 




















p CI 




i^o 




55 -S 


o 

s 

o 






FROM ALL 


SOURCES 














.2"T3 


3 








_g 








«> 
.3 M 






03 1^"— ' OJ 




o 


d 



H 


is 

2 3 
< " 




a 



E 

< 




a S P 


a 
3 


Per pupu 
net avera 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 


Group II 

net avera 
member- 
ship 


School F 
of Gen. 
(C. 643, 
Novemi 




School T 
tion C. 
(C. 679, 
Novemi 


OS 
05 


44 




45 




46 




47A 




47B 




48 


49 




50 




S468 


54 


S30,520 


21 


Sl,840,408 77 


S293 


34 


S297 


46 


1 


$58,809 05 


- 




4,255 


82 


5,229 


70 


1,188,344 


65 


196 


71 


198 


39 


22 


1,50,096 


66 


- 




1,455 


85 


634 


65 


1,029,688 


87 


224 


63 


225 


66 


7 


102,843 


88 


- 




1,939 


72 


4,636 


47 


932,272 


87 


251 


15 


2,52 


24 


4 


36,668 


00 


- 




1,975 


12 


3,649 


33 


893,995 


33 


175 


64 


176 


23 


46 


85,903 


87 


S2,.545 


00 


4,364 


51 


11.48- 


60 


664,290 


84 


180 


02 


182 


45 


39 


. 66,313 


08 


- 




2,739 


24 


3,449 


93 


512,178 


69 


177 


59 


180 


28 


41 


115,034 


21 


- 




978 


87 


1,741 


34 


614,397 


50 


205 


00 


205 


55 


18 


26,513 


50 


- 




1 ,689 


39 


1,786 


42 


."598.804 


68 


215 


79 


217 


04 


11 


,57,765 


39 


- 




1,534 


36 


14,375 


23 


304,102 


70 


178 


36 


187 


14 


31 


88,719 


00 


- 




2,118 


36 


1,573 


97 


494,801 


55 


168 


19 


169 


16 


59 


66,706 


75 


- 




2,409 


07 


47,040 


44 


675,660 


98 


167 


53 


168 


41 


62 


78,944 


80 


- 




2,764 


26 


37,033 


82 


526,561 


39 


179 


35 


196 


04 


24 


75,267 


57 


- 




2,311 


90 


8,266 


58 


429,396 


64 


182 


33 


184 


85 


35 


38,164 


58 


- 




3,091 


37 


890 


53 


563,504 


57 


211 


76 


213 


85 


14 


64,783 


73 


- 




2,022 


33 


1,380 


34 


311,410 


81 


175 


64 


178 


36 


44 


64,203 


40 


- 




3,930 


45 


21, -91 3 


83 


535,007 


36 


249 


54 


256 


11 


2 


38,264 


28 


- 




419 


70 


9,398 


32 


629,546 


09 


209 


36 


210 


27 


17 


27,498 


60 


- 




3,347 


97 


8,142 


81 


553,179 


99 


217 


87 


221 


10 


9 


22,736 


65 


- 




2,091 


82 


584 


00 


414,988 


93 


133 


44 


134 


17 


84 


83,054 


81 


- 




1,698 


25 


20,003 


15 


378,099 


39 


174 


64 


183 


45 


38 


57,974 


00 


_ 




2,591 


86 


1,405 


70 


461,458 


18 


152 


85 


153 


21 


78 


73,406 


36 


- 




6,142 


58 


16,657 


46 


520,912 


41 


195 


75 


203 


24 


19 


43,136 


18 


- 






- 


19,421 


28 


208,808 


85 


221 


67 


242 


52 


5 


85,314 


32 


- 




2,506 


84 


23,886 


37 


413,573 


35 


182 


03 


192 


90 


27 


34,687 


39 


11,807 


25 


2,032 


32 


14,783 


14 


264,013 


19 


164 


70 


174 


96 


49 


53,128 


85 


- 




555 


30 


6,754 


93 


532,453 


22 


189 


01 


189 


35 


28 


29,205 


70 


- 




3,617 


26 


5,086 


43 


248,646 


12 


177 


10 


184 


18 


36 


57,963 


07 


- 




695 


62 


6,394 


87 


297,377 


73 


152 


97 


157 


18 


74 


48,982 


26 


668 


35 


320 


00 


1,000 


00 


314,039 


18 


193 


02 


200 


15 


21 


30,147 


14 


2,464 


08 


1,083 


29 


26,528 


20 


304,876 


10 


160 


46 


168 


72 


60 


75,439 


98 


- 




2,016 


96 


32,902 


73 


444,740 


57 


172 


31 


183 


93 


37 


63,281 


71 


- 




323 


44 


18,370 


33 


236,843 


12 


194 


61 


216 


49 


12 


57,778 


05 


- 




369 


00 


3,050 


03 


416,519 


01 


197 


97 


198 


34 


23 


19,884 


52 


- 




1,874 


72 


2,700 


08 


313,058 


22 


171 


82 


173 


63 


63 


57,469 


96 


- 






- 


2,710 


07 


369.483 


48 


218 


24 


219 


54 


10 


14,522 


40 


- 




616 


52 


3,687 


45 


242,175 


54 


174 


35 


175 


24 


48 


58,229 


12 


4,555 


65 


546 


86 


5,918 


43 


196,859 


10 


193 


."7 


201 


29 


20 


35,232 


97 


3,417 


88 


1,033 


42 


17,295 


89 


246,402 


11 


161 


47 


173 


89 


52 


55,261 


11 


3,579 


98 


4,745 


31 


2,507 


71 


241,830 


36 


185 


45 


193 


46 


26 


48,577 


20 


7,570 


00 


2,683 


73 


18,279 


47 


279,366 


01 


149 


23 


157 


30 


72 


59,407 


00 


17,722 


28 


1,394 


92 


1,205 


20 


292,868 


89 


177 


50 


178 


80 


42 


46,484 


19 


20,292 


72 


1,000 


04 


1,579 


20 


166,481 


90 


144 


39 


146 


16 


81 


30,730 


80 


4,924 


30 


8,413 


04 


576 


70 


223,010 


00 


143 


05 


148 


77 


79 


64,748 


86 


5,480 


60 


334 


67 


3,659 


20 


389,342 


49 


211 


25 


212 


41 


16 


14,138 


00 


20,245 


00 




- 


3,543 


25 


189,560 


19 


193 


63 


196 


03 


25 


34,971 


50 


8,636 


88 


1,327 


93 


672 


25 


208,920 


49 


171 


81 


173 


23 


55 


41,749 


28 


- 




1,681 


06 


1,152 


96 


224,833 


17 


162 


22 


164 


59 


68 


46,569 


76 


10,998 


70 


1,500 


86 


10,140 


62 


183,646 


00 


193 


92 


213 


54 


15 


40,115 


83 






57 


75 


42,681 


68 


437,925 


85 


222 


18 


238 


65 


6 


27,371 


72 


6,328 


21 


778 


98 


25,822 


23 


317,489 


47 


225 


49 


2.53 


38 


3 


17,739 


18 


3,347 


57 


5,681 


49 


2,107 


72 


272,360 


52 


124 


14 


127 


87 


85 


76,891 


70 


21,701 


97 


2,561 


64 


1,031 


21 


282,924 


61 


164 


97 


167 


51 


64 


43,642 


65 


9,147 


00 


779 


31 


25,792 


02 


224,899 


80 


141 


18 


159 


62 


70 


40,743 


69 




- 


3,594 


03 


8,118 


79 


244,572 


77 


128 


52 


134 


23 


83 


66,808 


65 




- 


1,024 


87 


4,837 


20 


272,640 


78 


174 


88 


174 


88 


50 


42,961 


59 


3,661 


00 


2,565 


47 


13,529 


98 


275,013 


37 


205 


69 


214 


85 


13 


30,245 


50 


15,145 


10 


3,258 44 


186 


06 


135,161 


11 


169 


16 


172 


18 


57 


32,729 


89 


6,313 


24 


24 


20 


4,370 


38 


213,900 


23 


177 


07 


176 


05 


47 


32,614 


93 


329 


90 


973 


S8 


11,494 


05 


' 1.54,374 


89 


1"3 


00 


165 


82 


66 


39,105 


27 


5,033 


88 



40 














P.D. 2. 












Group II. Towns of 5,000 




Year Grades in 


Public Day Elementary Schools 






>, 








TEACHERS 


PUPILS ENROIXBD 




•? 












o 
o 


"o 
o 


"o 
o 






FULL TIME 




TOWNS 


i 

o3 


1 


1 

to 






















a 


3 


3 




fl 


a 






V 


h 


^1 




a> 


<u 






1 


_o 


_o 


§ 


1 


c a 

<o o 


1 i 




1 


•-» 


m 


S, 


^ 


§ ^ 


M O 




51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 57 


58 59 


40 Brookline . 


8 


_ 


4 


7 


1 


20 186 


2,301 2,226 


41 Arlington 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 


42 Watertown . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 


43 Belmont 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- _ 


- - 


44 Weymouth . 


8 


- 


4 


3 


- 


19 120 


2,056 1,862 


45 Framingham 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


46 Methuen 


8 


- 


4 


— 


6 


7 73 


1,150 976 


47 Milton 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 




- - 


48 West Springfield . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- _ 


- 


49 South bridge 


8 


- 


4 


2 


2 


7 38 


717 612 


50 Winthrop . 
















51 Brain tree 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- — 


62 Wakefield . 


8 


- 


4 


3 


- 


11 106 


1,634 1,540 


63 Greenfield . 


8 


— 


4 


4 


- 


5 63 


1,043 980 


64 Dedham 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 




8 


- 


4 


5 


2 


10 74 


1,014 996 


55 Milford 
















66 Norwood 


8 


— 


4 


1 


- 


49 


667 690 


57 Wellesley . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 Winchester . 


6 


3 


3 


— 


— 


— — 


— — 


59 Saugus 


8 


- 


4 


2 


2 


7 69 


918 934 




8 


- 


4 


— 


1 


4 66 


1,247 1,140 


60 Danvers 
















61 Natick 


8 


- 


4 


1 


2 


4 58 


814 748 


62 Lexington 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 




- - 


63 Webster 


6 


3 


3 


— 


- 


- — 


- - 


64 Plymouth . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 




6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- _ 


- - 


65 Adams 
















66 Needham 


6 


3 


3 


- 


— 


- _ 


— - 


67 Clinton 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- _ 


— - 


68 Athol 


8 


- 


4 


- 


- 


2 34 


418 443 


69 Andover 


8 


- 


4 


1 


— 


5 45 


767 723 




6 


3 


3 


— 


- 


- - 


- - 


70 Fairhaven 
















71 Reading 


8 


- 


4 


1 


2 


2 47 


703 674 


72 Amesbury . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


— 


- _ 


— - 


73 Marblehead . 


8 


- 


4 


- . 


- 


5 25 


354 324 


74 Stoneham . 


6 


3 


3 


— 


- 


- - 


- - 




6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


75 Swampscott 
















76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 


6 
8 


3 


3 
4 


_ 


_ 


5 28 


534 475 


78 Northbridge 


8 


- 


4 


- 


1 


2 29 


377 383 


79 Palmer 


6 


3 


3 


— 


— 


_ _ 


~ — 




8 


- 


4 


- 


- 


1 34 


496 474 


80 Middleborough . 

81 Dartmouth . 


8 


_ 


4 


2 


3 


5 35 


708 680 


82 Bridgewater '. 


8 


- 


4 
3 
3 
3 


2 


- 


6 45 


722 626 


83 StougJiton . 


6 


3 
3 
3 


~ 


■" 


~ ~ 


~ ~ 


84 Barnstable . 


6 
6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


86 Ludlow 

86 Rockland 

87 Chelmsford . 

88 Hudson 

89 Hingham . 


6 
6 
8 
8 
8 


3 
3 


3 
3 

4 
4 

4 


1 

1 


1 


3 39 

4 23 
10 46 


549 506 
335 261 
775 704 


90 Concord 


8 




4 


2 




3 36 


517 450 


91 Billerica 


6 


3 


3 










92 Agawam 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 




_ _ 


93 Whitman . 


8 




4 


_ 


_ 


3 34 


570 555 


94 Randolph . 


8 


- 


4 


1 


- 


4 45 


829 729 


95 Shrewsbury . 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


96 Montague . 


8 


- 


4 


— 


_ 


1 39 


477 465 


97 Ware 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


1 20 


292 266 


98 North Andover 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


5 27 


476 435 


99 Grafton 


8 


- 


4 


- 


- 


3 25 


402 374 



Pt. II. 

Population ob Over — Continited 



41 



(Grades I to VIII), Year ending Jonb 30, 1950 



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a 
S 


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< 


a 

T3 

(S 
p3 o 

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0. 

3 
2 

a 

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a 

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2 
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SUPPORT, BXCLDSIVB OF 

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60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


718,200 


180 


3,991 


4,346 


$1,205,551 48 


277 39 


$867,432 41 


514,552 87 


640,670 


178 


3,606 


3,867 


617,221 70 


159 61 


448,281 24 


13,233 64 


346,310 


175 


1,974 


2,074 


339,017 86 


163 46 


241,149 61 


7.489 25 


214,519 


181 


1,188 


1,251 


219,022 56 


175 08 


167,365 24 


2,129 42 


516,060 
339,760 


175 
183 


2,952 
1,857 


3,169 
1,965 


479,849 99 
293,765 04 


151 42 
149 50 


351,404 74 
213,875 47 


13,335 81 
7,058 00 


316,777 


173 


1,830 


1,970 


367,203 09 


186 40 


266,079 05 


5,223 78 


218,104 


173 


1,258 


1,338 


192,495 57 


143 87 


132,696 52 


2,044 18 


302,044 
387,667 


180 
175 


1,678 
2,209 


1,806 
2,333 


354,008 14 
274,451 78 


196 02 
117 64 


271,191 16 
197,538 13 


5,107 56 
5,226 32 


252,952 


176 


1,435 


1,536 


261,247 18 


170 08 


189,062 17 


3,942 04 


142,093 
236,758 


175 
171 


812 
1,386 


854 
1,450 


138,315 22 
192,341 99 


161 96 
132 65 


99,127 08 
139,439 20 


2,544 66 
1,894 29 


227,608 


181 


1,261 


1,356 


198,534 79 


146 41 


150,046 50 


3,155 72 


111,131 


175 


635 


667 


120,111 40 


180 08 


85,909 72 


2,210 31 


163,918 
120,326 


177 
179 


926 
672 


987 
724 


144,070 63 
130,060 36 


145 97 
179 64 


106,914 74 
89,076 20 


2,464 86 
1,361 45 


156,572 


172 


907 


959 


142,374 67 


148 46 


86,966 50 


1,402 34 


228,892 
216,267 


176 
175 


1,298 
1,239 


1,365 
1,320 


184,747 24 
238,006 51 


135 35 
180 31 


120,140 00 
158,591 92 


3,048 37 
2,451 60 


171,974 

97,927 

242,366 


182 
176 
182 


943 

556 

1 ,330 


1,010 

584 

1,459 


140,037 94 

87,503 44 

285,015 65 


138 65 
149 83 
195 35 


101,438 49 

60,986 90 

191,482 95 


2,863 01 
1,873 77 
4,303 21 


160,494 


181 


882 


954 


195,540 94 


204 97 


141,540 96 


3,617 96 


190,102 
240,368 


181 
169 


1,051 
1,426 


1,113 
1,534 


137,534 79 
168,777 77 


123 57 
110 02 


96,023 02 
123,345 71 


4,028 56 
4,528 09 


146,405 
88,038 
145,763 
123,810 


168 
171 
171 
177 


873 
514 
852 
701 


916 
545 
898 
749 


172,500 49 

72,854 19 

132,877 56 

105,226 78 


188 32 
133 68 
147 97 
140 49 


114,574 26 
51,116 45 

101,598 13 
74.062 01 


3,703 40 
2,122 73 
2,077 53 
2.197 21 



42 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



40 Brookline 

4 1 Arlington 

42 Watertown 

43 Belmont 

44 Weymouth 



45 Framingham 

46 Methuen 

47 Milton 

48 West Springfield 

49 Southbridge 



60 Winthrop 

51 Braintree 

52 Wakefield 

53 Greenfield 

54 Dedham 

65 Milford 

56 Norwood 

57 Wellesley 
68 Winchester 

59 Saugua 

60 Danvers 

61 Natick 

62 I>exington 

63 Webster 

64 Plymouth 

65 Adams 

66 Needham 

67 Clinton 

68 Athol 

69 Andover 

70 Fairhaven 

71 Reading 

72 Amesbury 

73 Marblehead 

74 Stoneham 



75 Swampscott 

76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 

78 Northbridge 

79 Palmer 

80 Middleborough 

81 Dartmouth . 

82 Bridge water 

83 Stoughton 

84 Barnstable 

85 Ludlow 

86 Rockland 

87 Chelmsford 

88 Hudson 

89 Hingham 

90 Concord 

91 Billerica 

92 Agawam 

93 Whitman 

94 Randolph 

95 Shrewsbury 

96 Montague 

97 Ware 

98 North Andover 

99 Grafton 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Elementakt Schools 



,^,„ PRINCIPALS 

TOWNS 


TEACHERS 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


a 


FULL TIME 


as 
T3 


Men 
Women 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


si 
< 



69 

3 
2 



1 


- 


- 


3 


- 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


4 


2 


1 



115 
6 104 

5 85 



35 



28 



31 



72 


73 


1,928 
1,482 
1,086 


1,650 
1,458 
1,089 


1,097 


984 


982 
965 


801 
832 


874 


897 


760 


667 


675 
960 


604 
930 


1,074 
833 
234 

664 


908 
750 
202 
579 


478 
886 


382 
805 


489 


476 


761 


714 


657 
519 


610 
516 


541 


488 


471 


392 


386 
494 
571 


355 

466 
546 


300 
360 


252 
313 


735 
569 


662 
521 


512 


472 


- 


- 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



43 



Systems 



(Gbades I TO VI), Ybak ending June 30, 1950 



"o 


sS 




EXPENDITURE FOR 


^-1^ 




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d 

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< 


a 
a 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
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ft m b « .>> 

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11 

■t; C 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


177 
177 
181 


3,121 
2,607 
1,985 


3,414 
2,462 
2,140 


$511,310 32 
459,092 76 
461,080 98 


$149 77 
186 47 
215 46 


$394,753 32 
361,339 05 
325,387 14 


$5,729 93 
1,999 38 
5,544 86 


176 


1,818 


2,052 


350,236 65 


170 68 


259,105 19 


5,200 62 


177 
177 


1,583 
1,592 


1,717 
1,719 


278,587 74 
318,465 20 


162 25 
185 26 


207,984 00 
235,835 43 


2,598 55 
3,044 08 


180 


1,565 


1,691 


249,609 17 


147 61 


193,573 19 


4,347 28 


178 


1,293 


1,376 


204,575 17 


148 67 


148,004 50 


2.595 73 


177 
176 


1,084 
1,708 


1,185 
1,880 


201,515 66 
357,161 16 


170 06 
189 98 


146,820 00 
267,148 85 


2,061 51 
5,113 31 


173 
175 
178 
179 


1,764 

1,454 

387 

1,128 


1,936 

1,562 

414 

1,207 


225,229 54 

281,379 91 

70,262 76 

197,157 82 


116 34 
180 14 
169 72 
163 35 


157,328 56 

205,870 38 

49,389 84 

133,682 57 


2,923 77 
6,360 70 
1,380 18 
1,629 43 


178 
177 


806 
1,598 


850 
1,744 


117,281 00 
252,547 00 


137 98 
144 81 


88,718 23 
189,857 10 


2,419 99 
2,182 81 


173 


894 


935 


146,085 32 


156 24 


109,120 15 


2,221 93 


179 


1,349 


1,476 


215,076 10 


145 72 


150,601 98 


3,684 63 


177 

179 


1,167 
959 


1,263 
1,028 


223,263 06 
140,151 47 


176 77 
136 33 


164,735 96 
110,935 29 


9,236 22 

2,254 53 


178 


931 


1,002 


156,684 31 


156 37 


120,990 95 


3,577 78 


177 


793 


839 


113,263 62 


135 00 


78,868 55 


2,321 66 


179 
177 
173 


672 

877 
994 


732 

933 

1,075 


73,416 84 
115,259 66 
172,576 66 


100 30 
123 54 
160 54 


35,018 31 
71,917 26 
116,610 17 


409 51 

2,515 57 
1,389 78 


177 
177 


505 
610 


542 
667 


76,485 98 
90,951 05 


141 12 
136 36 


51,254 03 
62,017 62 


863 74 
2,822 74 


176 
172 


1,273 
997 


1,374 
1,066 


155,363 34 
148,275 31 


113 07 
139 10 


107,024 77 
100,011 43 


2,460 85 
1,493 79 


175 


920 


988 


135,757 59 


137 41 


89,617 47 


3.051 55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



44 



P.D.2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High Schools 





PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


i 

<2 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


J. 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


1 




i 


1 

n 


1 


5§ 

n 

IS- 

< 




82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Belmont 

44 Weymouth . 


'. 29 35 
23 37 
21 20 


3 

_ 


700 
553 
407 


608 
528 
402 


216.109 
177,765 
135,551 


45 Framingham 

46 Methuen 

47 MUton 

48 West Springfield . 

49 Southbridge 


19 23 

14 22 
11 20 


1 


424 

356 
314 


371 

295 
299 


131,549 

111,652 
96,565 


50 Winthrop 

51 Braintree 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Greenfield 

54 Dedham 


8 22 
10 14 


1 
1 


365 

296 


331 

248 


116,909 
89,899 


55 Milford 

56 Norwood 

57 Wellesley . 

58 Winchester . . . ' 

59 Saugus 


7 17 
10 20 




238 
325 


187 
289 


69,548 
105,200 


60 Danvers 

61 Natick 

62 Lexington 

63 Webster 

64 Plymouth 


8 17 

8 17 

8 

12 16 


8 


315 
302 
139 
329 


288 
276 
120 
300 


- 

100,672 

98,314 

44,181 

105,313 


65 Adams 

66 Needham 

67 Clinton 

68 Athol .... 

69 Andover 


9 11 
11 15 

6 10 


1 


199 
264 

199 


175 
309 

191 


64,148 
97,104 

66,965 


70 Fairhaven 

71 Reading 

72 Amesbury 

73 Marblehead . 

74 Stoneham 


12 13 

5 17 
5 13 


2 


289 

234 
220 


243 

222 
199 


_ 
90,331 

77,801 
71,307 


75 Swampscott 

76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 

78 Northbiidge 

79 Palmer 


3 16 

7 7 


2 


180 
210 


154 
198 


55,220 
70,193 


80 Middleborough 

81 Dartmouth . 

82 Bridgewater 

83 Stoughton . 

84 Barnstable . 


; 6 7 

5 5 

12 9 


- 


124 
146 
202 


128 
182 
222 


42,945 
52,455 
69,464 


85 Ludlow 

86 Rockland . 

87 Chelmsford . 

88 Hudson 

89 Hingham 


5 G 

5 7 


1 


119 
135 


109 
136 


37,521 
45,901 


90 Concord 

91 Billerica 

92 Agawam 

93 Whitman 

94 Randolph 


5 11 

7 7 


1 


261 
208 


259 
186 


85,158 
66,172 


95 Shrewsbury . 

96 Montague 

97 Ware .... 

98 North Andover 

99 Grafton 


7 11 


- 


161 


171 


55,981 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



45 



Stbtbms 



(Ghades VII, VIII, AND IX), Year endino June 30, 1950 



"o 


4J 


3 


EXPENDITURE FOR 




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SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE Of 


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II 
11 
P 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


180 
178 
ISl 


1,201 
999 
749 


1,272 

1,055 

795 


S329,281 99 
258,459 12 
200,009 32 


$258 87 
244 98 
251 58 


3241,514 20 
215,580 00 
164,251 10 


$3,006 63 
1,908 20 
1,817 30 


178 


742 


787 


180,546 36 


229 


41 


138,979 99 


1,850 42 


181 
180 


617 
536 


646 
569 


176,759 78 
143,259 04 


273 
251 


62 
77 


134,713 93 
99,174 06 


1,643 12 
1,428 39 


181 


646 


692 


127,938 12 


184 


88 


99,378 75 


1,025 21 


178 


505 


531 


103,186 90 


194 33 


72,472 06 


1.969 55 


178 
180 


391 

584 


413 

614 


124,126 28 
138,794 26 


300 55 
226 05 


87,081 94 
110,506 29 


1,116 87 
2,756 38 


180 
180 
182 
181 


559 
547 
243 
582 


595 
577 
248 
604 


120,993 96 
120,945 83 
61,678 43 
113,493 11 


203 35 
209 61 
248 70 
187 90 


86,789 06 
91,261 84 
47,568 92 
87,711 64 


1,549 31 

3,028 76 

704 53 

678 10 


180 
180 


356 
539 


368 
572 


76,427 34 
117,945 15 


207 68 
206 20 


48,769 75 
86,332 50 


782 72 
2,043 24 


180 


372 


389 


81,919 03 


210 


59 


57,109 11 


824 23 


182 


494 


520 


117,166 29 


225 32 


85,176 98 


520 34 


181 

181 


432 
394 


454 
410 


100,607 21 
77,505 63 


221 
189 


60 
04 


70,858 26 
57,784 50 


1,374 98 
1,864 62 


178 


308 


326 


85,553 58 


262 


43 


68,601 50 


939 78 


180 


385 


398 


67,277 28 


169 


04 


49,930 39 


213 08 


182 
180 
180 


236 
291 
387 


246 
311 
410 


51,314 94 
41,820 65 
103,228 06 


208 60 
134 47 
251 78 


37,986 84 
31,205 81 
66,684 28 


731 44 

640 46 

1,607 62 


181 
180 


207 
254 


217 
272 


52,712 45 
54,277 21 


242 
199 


91 
55 


36,374 00 
40,554 24 


345 09 
533 13 


177 
176 


480 
376 


512 
396 


70,294 08 
72,748 77 


137 
183 


29 
71 


42,324 28 
24,090 87 


1,387 83 
988 82 


180 


311 


329 


76,574 12 


232 


75 


55,647 36 


1,108 13 


— 


— 


— 


— 




- 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


_ 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 



46 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown 

43 Belmont 

44 Weymouth 



45 Framingham 

46 Methuen 

47 Milton 

48 West Springfield 

49 Southbridge 



50 Winthrop 

61 Braintree 

62 Wakefield 

63 Greenfield 

64 Dedham 

65 Milford 

66 Norwood 

67 Wellesley 

58 Winchester 

59 Saugus 

60 Danvers 

61 Natick 

62 Lexington 

63 Webster 

64 Plymouth 

65 Adams 

66 Needham 

67 Clinton 

68 Athol 

69 Andover 

70 Fairhaven 

71 Beading 

72 Amesbury 

73 Marblehead 

74 Stoneham 



75 Swampscott 

76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 

78 Northbridge 

79 Palmer 

80 Middleborough 

81 Dartmouth . 

82 Bridgewater 

83 Stoughton 

84 Barnstable 

85 Ludlow 

86 Rockland 

87 Chelmsford 

88 Hudson 

89 Hingham 

90 Concord 

91 Billerica 

92 Agawam 

93 Whitman 

94 Randolph 

95 Shrewsbury 

96 Montague 

97 Ware 

98 North Andover 

99 Grafton 



6-3-3 



Public Day Senior High Schools 





PRINCIPALS AND 
TEACHERS 


1 

a 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


« 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


1 




Men 
Women 


Boyf 
Girls 


11 



96 



38 


31 


29 


31 


24 


21 



20 



13 



20 
10 



14 


13 


14 


12 


3 


11 


9 


14 


7 


9 


13 


14 



98 


99 


686 


717 


533 


567 


343 


445 


435 


467 


323 


324 


258 


256 


270 


305 


179 


284 


293 


271 


274 


258 


258 


246 


329 


213 


82 


208 


223 


257 


179 


217 


254 


261 


144 


163 


344 


262 


197 


195 


195 


197 


175 


195 


152 


145 


93 


88 


158 


164 


183 


191 


104 


120 


144 


142 


145 


176 


128 


131 


108 


140 


- 


- 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



47 



Continued 



Ststbms 



(Qbadbs X, XI, AND XII), Ybab ending June 30, 1950 



"o 


J. 

03 


■§ 


EXPENDITURF FOR 
SUPPORT, BXCLTJBIVE OF 


Ml 
ca a a 




l.l 


< 


XI 

a 
1 


GENERAL CONTROL 


^ 2 
O (3 . 

|o-| 


o 


II 

< 


1 

< 


•- 1" -^ 

hip 

P > a-l 


H 

1^ 


101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


180 
180 
181 


1,278 
994 
734 


1,355 

1,067 

777 


$366,621 52 
283,386 03 
250,144 05 


$270 57 
265 59 
321 94 


$256,395 69 
218,422 ?7 
182,109 96 


$3,896 28 
3,785 94 
3,564 35 


180 


799 


851 


177,426 55 


208 49 


136,331 33 


2,529 65 


181 
180 


600 
459 


634 

487 


157,428 43 
142,548 77 


248 31 
292 71 


122,200 96 
99,851 08 


2,511 98 
2,278 53 


181 


524 


559 


162,538 34 


290 77 


114,798 85 


1,416 13 


181 


419 


448 


122,948 03 


274 44 


85,341 58 


3,350 28 


180 
180 


517 
484 


546 
513 


174,972 55 
155,980 09 


320 46 
304 05 


114,544 00 
112,498 17 


2,480 32 
4,434 53 


180 
180 
182 
181 


458 
499 
273 
447 


488 
522 
280 
461 


131,926 60 
132,433 14 
74,070 24 
102,086 44 


270 34 
253 70 
264 54 
221 45 


95,769 94 
97,102 10 
57,082 68 
77.433 07 


1,880 78 

2,637 37 

845 40 

1,249 37 


181 
180 


375 

474 


385 
501 


64,178 55 
137,944 28 


166 70 
275 34 


50,858 88 
94,302 43 


977 41 
1,847 55 


180 


289 


303 


85,839 04 


283 30 


56,469 18 


1,360 37 


182 


549 


585 


127,230 70 


217 49 


98,784 32 


1,257 38 


180 
181 


368 
371 


387 
384 


113,816 84 
109,824 68 


294 10 
286 00 


79,127 60 
84,003 98 


1,706 50 
2,437 42 


180 


339 


365 


128,287 82 


351 47 


87,917 14 


2,965 29 


180 


279 


289 


71,915 33 


248 84 


54,364 95 


533 08 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


" 


~ 



182 
181 
180 

181 
180 



181 
179 



180 



166 
295 
332 

209 
257 



290 
241 



223 



175 
315 
358 

220 

277 



308 
253 



242 



44,454 87 
65,357 21 
96,220 28 

56,057 23 
58,838 36 



254 03 
207 48 
268 77 

254 81 
212 41 



51,714 33 167 90 
61.364 59 242 55 



63,175 14 



261 05 



30,689 24 
46,847 50 
64,036 20 

38,506 20 
44,754 24 



34,048 09 
22,460 58 



41,695 43 



553 44 
1,194 43 
1,313 17 

419 58 
533 12 



815 08 

468 58 



1,188 09 



48 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Public Dat High Schools (Fotte 



' *© 


PRINCIPALS AND 








■6 

a 


o 


TEACHERS 


v 

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a 

1 

ID 

a 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


<0 


TOWNS M 


FULL TIME 


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3 

a 
1 


a 
o 

a 

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log 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


40 Brookline .... 1 

41 Arlington .... 1 

42 Watertown .... 1 

43 Belmont .... 1 

44 Weymouth .... 1 


48 50 
24 27 


1 

5 


980 
538 


990 
736 


325,908 
206,977 


45 Framingham ... 1 

46 Methuen .... 1 

47 Milton .... 1 

48 West Springfield ... 1 

49 Southbridge ... 1 


14 19 
9 16 


1 


403 
180 


446 
284 


139,702 
78,688 


50 Winthrop .... 1 

51 Braintree .... 1 

62 Wakefield .... 1 

63 Greenfield .... 1 
54 Dedham .... 1 


22 24 
25 21 

19 19 


- 


436 
524 

369 


444 

472 

346 


146,103 
167,120 

117,900 


55 Milford .... 1 

56 Norwood . . . . - 1 
67 Welle&ley .... 1 

58 Winchester .... 1 

59 Saugus .... 1 


6 21 

23 17 
23 10 


1 
1 


222 

376 
414 


229 

374 
394 


73,394 

125,334 
132,695 


60 Danvers .... 1 

61 Natick .... 1 

62 lexington .... 1 

63 Webster .... 1 

64 Plymouth .... 1 


15 11 


3 


289 


352 


106,897 


65 Adams .... 1 

66 Needham .... 1 

67 Clinton . . . . 1 

68 Athol .... 1 

69 Andover .... 1 


17 7 
14 10 


2 


272 
241 


302 

270 


92,502 
85,539 


70 Fairhaven .... 1 

71 Reading . . . . 1 

72 Amesbury .... 1 

73 Marblehead .... 1 

74 Stoneham .... 1 


13 12 
13 12 


1 


246 
270 


320 
300 


92,328 
94,340 


75 Swampscott ... 1 

76 North Attleborough . . 1 

77 Easthampton ... 1 

78 Northbridge ... 1 

79 Palmer .... 1 


9 14 
7 10 

7 12 


- 


194 

147 

158 


223 
163 

200 


69,642 
51,251 

59,888 


80 Middleborough ... 1 

81 Dartmouth .... 1 

82 Bridge water ... 1 

83 Stoughton .... 1 

84 Barnstable . . . .1 


13 13 

9 5 


- 


256 
155 


272 
189 


87,452 
56,733 


85 Ludlow .... 1 

86 Rockland .... 1 

87 Chelmsford .... 1 

88 Hudson .... 1 

89 Hingham .... 1 


7 9 
9 10 
13 14 




184 
211 
236 


209 
164 
289 


62,966 
62,940 
85,824 


90 Concord .... 1 

91 Billerica .... 1 

92 Agawam .... 1 

93 Whitman .... 1 

94 Randolph .... 1 


14 12 

10 12 
6 13 


1 
1 


242 

256 
182 


230 

238 
203 


77,993 

85,288 
62,270 


95 Shrewsbury .... 1 

96 Montague .... 1 

97 Ware .... 1 

98 North Andover ... 1 

99 Grafton .... 1 


9 10 
6 7 

5 12 

6 6 


1 


200 
112 
148 
128 


234 
149 
173 
143 


72,407 
43,481 
52,785 
43,675 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



49 



Continued 



Years), Year ending June 30, 1950 



1 


■d 
a 
■S 


a 


EXPENDITURE FOR 


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"3 


1 

Is 

< 


B 

a 

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SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
GENERAL CONTROL 


03 " o 
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§ 

B 
< 


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<B 

1 

II 


115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


181 


1,801 


1,928 


8644,202 75 


$334 13 


$470,833 22 


$9,215 49 


182 


1,137 


1,223 


299,934 69 


245 25 


197,238 72 


5,816 09 


180 


776 


810 


129,307 04 


159 64 


101,835 19 


1,956 73 


181 


434 


454 


103,085 45 


227 06 


79,177 59 


1,513 00 


180 
180 


815 
923 


864 
971 


2?!2,259 66 
223,255 04 


268 82 
229 92 


146,460 36 
173,031 23 


4,365 69 
5,917 04 


180 


655 


691 


192,084 99 


277 98 


143,056 22 


3,924 11 


180 


409 


435 


117,354 78 


269 78 


87,577 15 


1,630 06 


180 
180 


693 
737 


733 

777 


201,505 85 
147,315 27 


274 91 
189 59 


161,632 05 
110,690 96 


2,114 86 
1,863 05 


182 


575 


629 


122,030 31 


194 01 


93,971 23 


2,156 26 


180 
180 


514 
475 


550 
494 


110,661 97 
104,685 05 


201 20 
211 91 


87,941 95 
80,884 21 


1,309 34 
855 24 


181 


510 


544 


114,727 47 


210 90 


79,274 67 


1,569 60 


180 


524 


550 


109,709 49 


199 47 


83,019 41 


2,677 36 


181 
180 


385 
285 


402 
293 


114,674 32 
74,439 81 


285 26 
254 06 


80,248 53 
51,901 48 


673 68 
964 21 


180 


333 


345 


94,416 30 


273 67 


59,067 81 


844 17 


180 
180 


486 
314 


507 
330 


101,993 12 
70,356 51 


201 17 
213 20 


73,014 88 
43,436 84 


1,552 73 
1,535 66 


180 
180 
184 


360 

348 
464 


376 
363 
512 


72,956 01 
75,234 70 
163,389 23 


194 03 
207 26 
319 12 


49,422 30 
61,934 64 
102,992 29 


1,301 10 
1,014 93 
1,593 08 


182 


426 


454 


126,202 07 


277 98 


78,098 78 


2,482 51 


184 
180 


464 
346 


480 
369 


90,503 11 
83,125 25 


188 55 
225 27 


65,549 92 
63,257 03 


2,957 59 
3,18S 68 


180 
180 
180 
180 


402 
245 
293 
243 


421 
254 
310 
260 


105,737 41 
59,490 97 
75,526 37 
46,813 65 


251 16 
234 22 
243 63 
180 05 


66,413 15 
42,553 54 
52,583 10 
30.013 24 


1,664 36 
1,347 50 
1,096 18 
1,732 32 



50 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Persons 5 to 16 Years 







5 


TO 7 Years 






7 TO 


TOWNS 


§ 


a 


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f— 1 









40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown 

43 Belmont 

44 Weymouth 



45 Framingham 

46 Methuen 

47 Milton 

48 West Springfield 

49 Southhridge 



50 Winthrop 

51 Braintree 

52 Wakefield 
63 Greenfield 

54 Dedham 

55 Milford 

56 Norwood 

57 Wellesley 

68 Winchester 

69 Saugus 

60 Danvera 

61 Natick 

62 Lexington 

63 Webster 

64 Plymouth 

65 Adams 

66 Needham 

67 Clinton 

68 Athol 

69 Andover 

70 Fairhaven 

71 Reading 

72 Amesbury 

73 Marblehead 

74 Stoneham 



75 Swampscott 

76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 

78 Northbridge 

79 Palmer 

80 Middleborough 

81 Dartmouth . 

82 Bridgewater 

83 Stougtiton 

84 Barnstable 

85 Ludlow 

86 Rockland 

87 Chelmsford 

88 Hudson 

89 Hingham 

90 Concord 

91 Billerica 

92 Agawam 

93 Whitman 

94 Randolph 

95 Shrewsbury 

96 Montague 

97 Ware 

98 North Andover 

99 Grafton 



131 



132 



1,273 


1,057 


216 


_ 


_ 


1,566 


1,283 


271 


2 


10 


1,243 


982 


261 


_ 


- 


804 


668 


134 


- 


2 


1,039 


733 


77 


- 


229 


1,181 


568 


303 


_ 


310 


608 


451 


156 


_ 


1 


647 


492 


136 


_ 


19 


717 


550 


164 


- 


3 


585 


287 


234 


- 


64 


602 


556 


16 


_ 


30 


1,095 


1,035 


52 


2 


6 


584 


415 


169 


- 


- 


585 


450 


104 


_ 


31 


691 


508 


110 


1 


72 


589 


372 


126 


1 


90 


522 


393 


127 


_ 


2 


667 


599 


68 


- 


_ 


646 


503 


99 


- 


44 


697 


521 


11 


- 


165 


389 


275 


40 


_ 


74 


887 


723 


79 


- 


85 


717 


423 


46 


_ 


248 


809 


114 


500 


- 


195 


477 


294 


49 


2 


132 


471 


276 


195 


_ 


_ 


586 


571 


12 


2 


1 


385 


190 


132 


1 


62 


461 


251 


_ 


_ 


210 


496 


289 


185 


- 


22 


458 


258 


103 


_ 


97 


413 


397 


2 


- 


14 


276 


112 


164 


_ 


_ 


467 


368 


99 


- 


- 


486 


279 


96 


1 


110 


486 


424 


53 


_ 


9 


473 


259 


212 


- 


2 


382 


184 


190 


_ 


8 


320 


199 


105 


- 


16 


305 


194 


91 


- 


20 


376 


235 


_ 


_ 


141 


409 


283 


58 


_ 


68 


291 


243 


1 


- 


47 


526 


209 


137 


1 


179 


344 


248 


9 


- 


87 


316 


130 


137 


1 


48 


248 


135 


56 


- 


57 


273 


173 


44 


- 


56 


283 


102 


91 


- 


90 


459 


418 


41 


- 


- 



277 
370 
445 
317 
478 

387 
191 
162 
258 
229 



245 
310 
263 
222 
316 

247 
176 
88 
195 
142 



32 

23 

1 

26 



15 
14 
74 
19 
17 



37 
181 

69 
162 

125 
1 

44 
70 



932 
1,749 
1,297 
1,070 
1,516 

1,260 

1,017 

884 

958 

845 



Pt II 

Population or Over — Continued 



5} 















Illitbratb 




OF AoE, Oct. 1, 


1949 










MiNOBS, 


16 


TO 


21 














Yeabs 


OF 


AOB 


16 Years 












o o 




1 


< 






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TS 






Q 

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a 
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a 


c: 


a 


a 


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3 


(2 






136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


143 






143 


4,129 


1,166 


5 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


4,082 


1,045 


4 


32 


19 


4 


- 






— 


3,207 


1,285 


- 


10 


- 


- 


_ 






_ 


2,447 


554 


- 


22 


5 


3 


4 






_ 


3,727 


407 


- 


- 


6 


6 


- 






8 


2,563 


393 


_ 


21 


_ 


3 


_ 






1 


2,074 


705 


- 


14 


9 


7 


_ 








1,723 


713 


- 


4 


_ 


6 


_ 






. 


1,845 


534 


- 


19 


4 


23 


e 






1 


1,153 


854 


- 


44 


6 


6 


- 






- 


2,140 


165 


_ 


1 


9 


11 


_ 






_ 


2,584 


280 


3 


7 


_ 


- 


_ 






_ 


2,075 


389 


- 


5 


4 


7 


_ 






_ 


1,609 


411 


- 


60 


4 


48 


— 






- 


1,876 


515 


- 


23 


16 


4 


- 






- 


1,238 


453 


_ 


_ 


30 


10 


15 






5 


1,447 


630 


- 


119 


11 


5 


_ 






_ 


2,038 


367 


- 


3 


_ 


- 


_ 






_ 


1,816 


368 


- 


_ 


2 


4 


_ 






_ 


2,202 


69 


- 


12 


5 


- 


- 






- 


1,587 


43 


_ 


12 


2 


9 


1 






_ 


2,036 


360 


- 


6 


1 


5 


_ 






_ 


1,852 


82 


- 


4 


3 


11 


_ 






_ 


772 


985 


- 


130 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


1,653 


52 


- 


2 


10 


8 


- 






- 


1,038 


424 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 


1 






_ 


1,886 


76 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 






_ 


961 


497 


- 


10 


3 


13 


1 






_ 


1,508 


5 


- 


4 


2 


1 


_ 






_ 


1,089 


362 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 






- 


1,389 


344 


_ 


22 


_ 


34 


_ 






_ 


2,059 


30 


- 


2 


2 


3 


_ 






_ 


773 


556 


- 


1 


1 


7 


9 






2 


1,497 


253 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 










1,371 


377 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 






- 


988 


300 


_ 


_ 


4 


5 


_ 








929 


581 


- 


_ 


2 




_ 






_ 


704 


427 


- 


25 


2 


2 


2 






1 


1,012 


347 


- 


15 


3 


5 


8 






_ 


989 


220 


- 


- 


1 


7 


- 






- 


1,376 


33 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 






_ 


1,263 


149 


- 


15 


6 


15 


_ 






_ 


797 


11 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 






_ 


1,144 


311 


1 


3 


4 


3 


6 






4 


1,342 


6 


- 


- 


- 


15 








- 


703 


311 


_ 


18 


5 


4 


7 






4 


841 


221 


- 


2 


2 


3 








_ 


1,049 


91 


1 


9 


- 


_ 


3 






_ 


709 


330 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 






_ 


1,249 


128 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 






- 


811 


120 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 






_ 


1,680 


58 


- 


10 


1 


_ 


_ 






_ 


1,263 


12 


- 


16 


3 


3 


5 






2 


1,041 


16 


- 


1 


4 


8 


6 






5 


1,425 


71 


- 


13 


1 


6 


- 






- 


1,156 


92 


_ 


9 


_ 


3 


_ 






_ 


940 


72 


- 


- 


4 


1 


_ 






_ 


593 


282 


- 


- 


— 


9 


_ 






_ 


892 


53 


- 


3 


3 


7 


_ 






_ 


764 


63 


- 


15 


- 


3 


- 






- 



52 



P.D. 2. 
Gkoup II, Towns of 5,000 



Membership in Public Dat 



TOWNS 





Elementary Schools 




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40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown 

43 Belmont 

44 Weymouth 



45 Framingham 

46 Methuen 

47 Milton 

48 West Springfield 

49 Southbridge 



50 Winthrop 

61 Braintree 

62 Wakefield 
53 Greenfield 
64 Dedham 

55 Milford 

56 Norwood 

57 Wellesley 

58 Winchester 

59 Saugus 

60 Danvers 

61 Natick 

62 Lexington 

63 Webster 

64 Plymouth 

65 Adams 

66 Needham 

67 Clinton 

68 Athol 

69 Andover 

70 Fairhaven 

71 Reading 

72 Amesbury 

73 Marblehead 

74 Stoneham 



75 Swampscott 

76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 

78 Nortbbridge 

79 Palmer 

80 Middleborough 

81 Dartmouth . 

82 Bridgewater 

83 Stoughton 

84 Barnstable 

H5 Ludlow 

86 Rockland 

87 Chelmsford 
8vS Hudson 

89 Hingham 

90 Concord 

91 Billerica 

92 Agawam 

93 Whitman 

94 Randolph 

95 Shrewsbury 

96 Montague 

97 Ware 

98 North Andover 

99 Orafton 



144 

590 



159 
200 



72 
87 



193 
117 



145 

39 



51 



ro 



25 



29 
19 



20 
9 



12 



146 



16 



147 

508 



33 



15 



312 



192 



237 



148 

591 



179 



225 



149 

469 



314 244 



145 



199 



150 

474 



677 618 510 461 



252 



135 



180 



151 

394 



421 



234 



147 



480 
o33 


427 
243 


341 
283 


331 
208 


270 
236 


323 


288 


271 


226 


223 


198 


174 


151 


132 


137 


264 
381 


217 
369 


207 
339 


176 
274 


198 
253 



170 



138 
231 


122 
232 


124 
183 


101 
175 


93 
173 


191 


201 


196 


150 


156 


113 


106 


82 


82 


76 


169 
112 


143 
111 


110 
82 


110 
71 


104 
63 


134 


145 


137 


117 


117 


207 
256 


225 
195 


158 
156 


162 
130 


161 
161 



7 


148 

94 

238 


154 

83 

219 


142 
71 

181 


136 

77 
166 


109 
67 
125 


- 


130 


130 


107 


116 


100 


11 


163 
223 


172 
239 


142 
216 


121 
189 


125 
189 


20 
9 


121 

80 

118 

116 


132 
66 
149 
125 


130 
64 

116 
84 


100 
77 

110 
93 


108 
53 

112 
87 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



53 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 



(Gbadbs I 


TO VIII) 






High Schools (Foub Years) 




1 


IS 

o 


00 

2 
o 


® ^ S 
O 


3 

o 


>> 

2 


T3 

n 
o 

03 


3 
H 


3 
>. 

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1 




3 

o 


o 

c 
2 
o 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


440 


449 


395 


- 


4,349 


490 


489 


454 


488 


18 


1,939 


6,288 


427 


341 


343 


- 


3,849 


450 


411 


260 


333 


19 


1,473 


5,322 


265 


208 


249 


- 


2,088 


250 


213 


207 


162 


3 


835 


2.923 


167 


104 


95 


- 


1,306 


138 


121 


103 


102 


- 


464 


1.770 


296 
222 


274 
223 


282 
190 


- 


3,189 
1,957 


226 
278 


230 
252 


226 
204 


198 
219 


8 


880 
961 


4,069 
2,918 


219 


204 


201 


- 


1,955 


213 


185 


149 


153 


- 


700 


2,655 


124 


111 


151 


- 


1,351 


139 


92 


113 


105 


- 


449 


1,800 


184 
275 


167 
214 


173 
236 


_ 


1,806 
2,350 


237 
221 


204 
225 


143 
196 


153 
164 


3 


740 
806 


2,546 
3,156 


189 


175 


157 


- 


1,544 


207 


163 


147 


118 


5 


640 


2.184 


100 
158 


82 
149 


101 
161 


- 


861 
1,462 


152 
178 


152 
124 


148 
104 


113 
97 


8 


565 
511 


1,426 
1,973 


150 


159 


136 


- 


1,355 


170 


138 


135 


112 


7 


562 


1.917 


77 


67 


61 


- 


664 


156 


184 


124 


101 


1 


566 


1.230 


99 
68 


104 
73 


98 
51 


- 


1,009 
731 


123 
105 


111 

78 


95 
66 


88 
51 


2 


417 
302 


1.426 
1.033 


102 


103 


98 


_- 


967 


132 


92 


73 


59 


2 


358 


1.325 


150 
145 


152 
143 


133 
137 


_ 


1,348 
1,332 


141 
96 


134 

72 


125 
84 


113 
85 


3 

1 


516 
338 


1,864 
1,670 


118 
62 
108 


98 
63 
124 


131 
64 
125 


~ 


1,036 

588 

1,479 


115 
103 
139 


97 
90 
148 


92 
98 
114 


80 
77 
122 


2 


384 
368 
525 


1,420 

956 

2,004 


84 


94 


79 


- 


957 


105 


152 


110 


92 


2 


461 


1,418 


113 
167 


156 
154 


116 
152 


- 


1,119 
1,529 


141 
112 


118 
101 


111 
91 


116 
76 


- 


486 
380 


1,605 
1,909 


104 
66 

102 
82 


98 
74 
92 
83 


69 
67 
93 
88 


- 


926 
547 
901 
758 


111 
65 
81 
81 


114 
80 
80 
79 


106 
50 
79 
53 


97 
65 
69 
57 


2 
3 


430 
260 
312 
270 


1,356 

807 

1,213 

1,028 



54 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Membeeship in Public Dat 





TOWNS 


c 






BLEMBNTABT SCHOOLS 


QHADES I TO Vl) 




£ 


.2 
















1 


h 


§•0 
















tj 


o 


a » 
















t-, 

9 




^ CC 

a c S 








M 
V 


fa 


10 

03 






■a 


00 a ^ 


T3 


T3 


•a 


T3 


13 






a 


aS p. 


S So 


03 


H 


09 


d 


ti 












kl 


u 




u 








W 


O 
























164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


40 


Brookline 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






41 


Arlington 


! 550 


11 


- 


580 


610 


490 


417 


426 


42 


Watertown . 


525 


41 


14 


512 


468 


391 


348 


330 


43 


Belmont 


288 


12 


26 


377 


369 


298 


276 


243 


44 


Weymouth . 


. 


- 


- 


- 










45 


Framingham 


33 


30 


8 


366 


366 


344 


298 


283 


46 


Methuen 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 






47 


Milton 


265 


19 


- 


281 


300 


204 


178 


209 


48 


West Springfield . 


214 


40 


7 


327 


279 


251 


250 


195 


49 


Southbridge 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






50 


Winthrop 


. 


10 


_ 


344 


314 


299 


291 


242 


61 


Braintree 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




_ 


62 


Wakefield . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


63 


Greenfield 


231 


19 


- 


237 


205 


185 


164 


178 


64 


Dedham 


• 


- 


- 


- 




- 






55 


Milford 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






66 


Norwood 


'. 200 


- 


- 


201 


202 


153 


147 


153 


57 


Wellealey 


294 


- 


- 


313 


276 


254 


229 


260 


68 


Winchester . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 






69 


Saugus 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 


Danvers 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






61 


Natick 


'. 301 


15 


- 


390 


311 


264 


242 


227 


62 


Lexington 


- 


23 


- 


360 


283 


235 


233 


200 


63 


Webster 


29 


12 


- 


76 


64 


53 


72 


64 


64 


Plj^mouth 


. 


30 


- 


265 


200 


202 


178 


ISO 


65 


Adams 


122 


10 


1 


136 


123 


121 


101 


112 


66 


Needham 


256 


- 


- 


326 


281 


244 


192 


200 


67 


Clinton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 






68 


Athol 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


69 


Andover 


148 


23 


- 


176 


155 


128 


120 


105 


70 


Fairhaven 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






71 


Reading 


- 


14 


_ 


287 


284 


235 


202 


201 


72 


Amesbury 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 






73 


Marblehead . 


185 


- 


9 


180 


223 


190 


180 


166 


74 


Stoneham 


• 


13 


- 


212 


207 


156 


162 


154 


75 


Swampscott 


159 


_ 


_ 


137 


158 


148 


143 


116 


76 


North Attleborough 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 






77 


Easthampton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


78 


Northbridge 


93 


4 


- 


138 


130 


129 


115 


117 


79 


Palmer 


• 


- 


- 


- 










80 


Middleborough 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






81 


Dartmouth . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


82 


Bridgewater 


82 


- 


_ 


136 


121 


102 


107 


90 


83 


Stoughton . 


- 


10 


18 


180 


201 


156 


117 


125 


84 


Barnstable . 


• 


4 


- 


225 


201 


169 


171 


160 


85 


Ludlow 


_ 


18 


_ 


116 


98 


74 


72 


71 


86 


Rockland 


- 


- 


- 


126 


128 


128 


73 


118 


87 


Chelmsford . 


- 


- 


_ 












88 


Hudson 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


89 


Hingham 


■ . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


90 


Concord 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 




_ 


91 


Billerica 


- 


12 


_ 


228 


267 


235 


189 


209 


92 


Agawam 


- 


39 


- 


224 


236 


216 


139 


149 


93 


Whitman 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 










94 


Randolph 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


95 


Shrewsbury , 


_ 


_ 


_ 


228 


190 


158 


124 


151 


96 


Montague 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 










97 


Ware 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


98 


North Andover 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


99 


Grafton 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 



Pt. II 

Population ok Ovek — Continued 



55 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 





JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades VII TO IX) 


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades X TO XIl) 




s 

o 


3 

o 
H 


O d^ 

o 
O 


o 

o 

■SI 
o 


o 

U 

o 

11 


"d 
^ 


o 

6 




-S 

g 
o 


-a 

g a so 
O 


"3 
1 


"3 

O 

o 


172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


411 
311 
229 


3,495 
2,940 
2,118 


407 
374 
285 


431 
339 
272 


397 
347 
243 


1,235 

1,060 

800 


453 
340 
274 


446 
382 
252 


444 
369 
259 


18 
3 


1,381 
1,091 

788 


6,091 
5,091 
3,706 


270 


1,998 


247 


274 


266 


787 


299 


295 


292 


1 


887 


3,672 


194 
167 


1,650 
1,730 


239 
191 


188 
210 


209 
179 


636 
580 


252 
153 


185 
163 


201 
174 


10 


638 
500 


2,924 
2,810 


236 


1,736 


246 


228 


211 


685 


195 


186 


718 


8 


567 


2,988 


174 


1,393 


165 


177 


187 


529 


178 


139 


130 


8 


455 


2,377 


139 
264 


1,195 
1,890 


144 
201 


139 
220 


143 
193 


426 
614 


217 
176 


170 
191 


166 
162 


3 
3 


556 
532 


2,177 
3,036 


201 

213 

49 

171 


1,951 

1,547 

419 

1,226 


190 

194 

55 

206 


180 

186 

73 

210 


208 
194 
124 
199 


578 
574 
252 
615 


172 
166 
108 
184 


172 

181 

90 

137 


148 

187 

86 

154 


8 
4 


492 
542 
284 
479 


3,021 

2,663 

955 

2,320 


' 120 
197 


846 
1,696 


105 
202 


96 
185 


170 
181 


371 
568 


114 
189 


137 
135 


117 
179 


2 
3 


370 
506 


1,587 
2,770 


110 


965 


132 


123 


135 


390 


117 


91 


99 


- 


307 


1,662 


215 


1,438 


178 


176 


166 


520 


217 


185 


194 


4 


600 


2,558 


134 
120 


1,267 
1,024 


171 
125 


146 
127 


139 
166 


456 
418 


135 

142 


129 
107 


123 
141 


5 


392 
390 


2,115 
1,832 


134 


995 


110 


115 


104 


329 


127 


121 


118 


2 


368 


1,692 


122 


848 


131 


124 


150 


405 


105 


102 


86 


- 


293 


1,546 


100 
118 
150 


738 

925 

1,080 


85 
114 
169 


79 
101 
121 


88 
100 
133 


252 
315 
423 


66 
119 

128 


53 
115 
121 


60 
85 
107 


- 


179 
319 
356 


1,169 
1,559 
1,859 


93 
101 


542 
674 


77 
81 


60 
96 


84 
93 


221 
270 


72 
88 


85 
111 


66 
86 


- 


223 

285 


986 
1,229 


225 
131 


1,365 
1,134 


197 
114 


183 
132 


133 

125 


513 
371 


127 
101 


106 
93 


80 
64 


1 


314 

258 


2,192 
1,763 


122 


973 


125 


106 


94 


325 


97 


72 


72 


- 


241 


1,539 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



56 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 



TOWNS 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OP 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 



O g O 1^ ID <D 



SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 



2^ 2a 





184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


40 Brookline . 

41 Arlington . 

42 Watertown 

43 Belmont . 

44 Weymouth 


104 
23 
38 
47 
34 


50 
43 
47 
24 
33 


21 
19 
14 
10 
4 


35 
27 
15 
13 
62 


2 

2 
1 


2 
3 


1 
3 
2 

4 


1 
3 

1 


45 Framingham 

46 Methuen . 

47 Milton 

48 West Springfield 

49 Southbridge 


15 
8 
31 
11 
13 


28 
52 
17 
18 
15 


1 
4 
9 
2 
3 


40 
19 
14 
30 
14 


1 

1 


2 
16 


1 
1 


3 
3 


50 Winthrop . 

51 Braintree . 

52 Wakefield 

53 Greenfield 
64 Dedham . 


18 
39 
15 

34 


22 
42 
30 
12 
20 


8 

13 

5 

6 

11 


12 
22 
19 
27 
26 


2 
3 
3 


- 


3 
1 


1 
3 


55 Milford . 

56 Norwood . 

57 Wellesley . 

58 Winchester 

59 Saugus 


1 
12 
38 
28 
10 


41 
19 
18 
15 
33 


2 
3 
11 
7 
6 


14 
19 
30 
15 


2 
3 


2 
1 

1 


1 
3 
1 


1 
2 


60 Dan vers . 

61 Natick 

62 Lexington 

63 Webster . 

64 Plymouth 


13 
17 
14 

6 


28 
28 
12 
10 
21 


8 
3 
1 
1 
6 


7 
8 
36 
3 
9 


2 

1 


4 
3 

1 
1 


2 


1 

1 


65 Adams 

66 Needham . 

67 Clinton . 

68 Athol 

69 Andover . 


1 
14 

6 
14 

7 


9 

18 
18 
15 
17 


1 
1 

2 
3 


20 
26 
12 
17 
8 


1 


2 


- 


1 


70 Fairhaven 

71 Reading . 

72 Amesbury 

73 Marblehead 

74 Stoneham 


4 
18 
12 

5 
10 


21 
15 
8 
18 
12 


4 

7 

10 

5 


14 
12 

3 
21 

7 


2 
1 

2 


6 


3 

1 


2 


75 Swampsoott 

76 North Attleborough 

77 Easthampton 

78 Northbridge 

79 Palmer 


10 
4 
7 
5 
2 


17 
15 
12 
14 
28 


4 
3 
5 
2 


7 
7 
3 
5 


1 
2 
2 

1 


1 
2 

1 


2 


1 
1 
2 


80 Middleborough . 

81 Dartmouth 

82 Bridgewater 

83 Stoughton. 

84 Barnstable 


4 
5 
6 

7 
4 


12 
18 
4 
7 
14 


3 

4 
3 
2 

4 


17 
15 
12 
9 
19 


5 

1 

1 


3 
5 


1 
1 

1 


4 
1 


85 Ludlow 

86 Rockland . 

87 Chelmsford 

88 Hudson . 

89 Hingham . 


5 

8 
7 
2 

27 


8 
6 

\'. 
14 


1 
3 

2 
2 
8 


3 

4 

21 

7 

9 


1 
2 
3 

~ 


- 


- 


2 


90 Concord . 

91 Billerica . 

92 Agawam . 

93 Whitman . 

94 Randolph 


13 
4 
4 
5 

20 


a 

2 
15 
8 
9 


4 
5 
1 

8 

7 


13 
25 
13 
16 
14 


1 


2 




1 

1 


95 Shrewsbury 

96 Montague 

97 Ware 

98 North Andover . 

99 Grafton 


4 
13 

4 
9 

7 


1 
13 
12 
12 

9 


4 
3 

6 
1 


1 

_ 

5 
11 


1 
2 
2 


2 


2 

1 
2 


1 



pt.II. 

Population or Over 



57 



Continued 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1950 





junior high schools 


o 
o-g 

4) "' 

tab 

H 


"3 

O 




GRADtTATE OP 


1 


"3 

o 

tt> to 

!§ 

O m 




o 

"o 

o 


TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


•a o 
g-g 




With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 

years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 

or more 


1 



194 



36 
37 
27 



23 



33 
13 



21 
17 



16 



17 

11 

1 

11 

13 

18 



19 



195 



10 



196 



197 



10 



1 


3 


f> 


1 


_ 


3 


2 


3 


8 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


1 


6 



198 



199 200 



201 



202 203 



64 
60 
41 



42 



36 
31 



30 
24 



- 24 

- 30 



25 

25 

8 

28 

20 
26 



25 



22 
18 



19 



13 
10 
21 

11 
12 



18 



58 



TOWNS 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Fttli. Time Principals and Teacheeb, classified accokding to Training 
HIGH schools 

GRADUATE OF 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 









r1 M 



SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






03 C 

>•. o 



40 


Brookline . 


80 


41 


Arlington . 


57 


42 


Watertown 


48 


43 


Belmont . 


43 


44 


Weymouth 


47 


45 


Framingham 


31 


46 


Methuen . 


33 


47 


Milton 


30 


48 


West Springfield 


22 


49 


Southbridge 


17 


60 


Winbhrop. 


25 


51 


Braintree . 


38 


52 


Wakefield 


37 


53 


Greenfield 


25 


54 


Dedham . 


37 


55 


Milford . 


4 


56 


Norwood . 


26 


57 


Wellesley 


24 


58 


Winchester 


32 


59 


Saugus 


27 


60 


Dan vers . 


22 


61 


Natick 


22 


62 


Lexington 


21 


63 


Webster . 


10 


64 


Plymouth 


13 


65 


Adams 


13 


66 


Needham . 


25 


67 


Clinton 


20 


68 


Athol 


18 


69 


Andover . 


11 


70 


Fairhaven 


18 


71 


Reading . 


24 


72 


Amesbury 


20 


73 


Marblehead 


21 


74 


Stoneham 


17 


75 


Swampscott 


20 


76 


North Attleborough 


17 


77 


Easthampton 


14 


78 


Northbridge 


10 


79 


Palmer 


12 


80 


Middleborough . 


19 


81 


Dartmouth 


11 


82 


Bridgewater 


10 


83 


Stoughton . 


17 


84 


Barnstable 


17 


85 


Ludlow 


9 


86 


Rockland . 


14 


87 


Chelmsford 


13 


88 


Hudson 


16 


89 


Hingham . 


26 


90 


Concord . 


21 


91 


Billerica . 


10 


92 


Agawam . 


11 


93 


Whitman . 


15 


94 


Randolph 


16 


95 


Shrewsbury 


9 


96 


Montague 


15 


97 


Ware 


12 


98 


North Andover . 


16 


99 


Grafton 


10 



205 

2 
3 

4 



206 

4 
3 

4 



_ 


1 


- 


5 


2 


6 


1 


6 


- 


8 


1 


1 


4 


15 


3 


4 


- 


2 


2 


4 




o 






_ 


2 


_ 


3 


2 


1 


1 


3 


1 


6 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


2 


1 


2 


1 


4 


1 


1 


1 


4 


1 


2 


- 


4 


2 


2 


2 


4 


1 


2 


1 


4 


2 


4 


1 


4 


1 


2 


- 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


3 


- 


2 


_ 


2 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


3 


- 


3 


1 


3 


- 


2 



208 



210 

1 
1 



211 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



59 



Jan. 1, 


1950 




























School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 






Buildings 

USED FOH 










o 






















Total 


o| 












?a 










Valuation 


e* 












ta o 










OF 


si 

O to 


3 

o 


al 
si 


0-3 


la 


k 


si 

IS 


3 

o 




inior high 
(separate) 

;nior high 


■d 
a 


School 
Propehtt 


z 


H 


o 


H 


H 


fa 


PQ 


Eh 


s 


1-5 M 


o 




212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 222 


222a 


223 


- 


98 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


16 


17 


15 


2 


_ 


$4,333,000 00 


- 


69 


- 


- 


- 


1 


12 


13 


8 


4 1 


- 


3,641,800 00 


- 


60 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


11 


8 


2 1 


- 


3,046,300 00 


- 


45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


8 


6 


1 1 


- 


2,731,000 00 


- 


51 


- 


1 


- 


1 


12 


14 


13 


1 


- 


3,788,501 00 


- 


36 


- 


- 


- 


4 


10 


14 


10 


2 2 


_ 


2,667,700 00 


- 


33 


- 


1 


- 


1 


9 


11 


9 


2 


- 


1,394,650 00 


- 


32 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6 


7 


5 


1 


1 


2,348,783 00 


- 


31 


- 


- 


- 


1 


8 


9 


7 


1 1 


- 


2,068,400 00 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


2 


5 


7 


6 


1 


- 


871,300 00 


- 


34 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


6 


6 


4 


1 1 


_ 


1,641,000 00 


- 


46 


— 


1 


- 


- 


10 


11 


10 


1 


- 


3,176,328 00 


- 


46 


- 


1 


- 


- 


7 


8 


7 


1 


- 


1,811,218 02 


- 


27 


— 


1 


- 


3 


8 


12 


9 


2 1 


- 


1,814,350 00 


- 


38 


- 


- 


1 


1 


8 


10 


9 


- 


1 


2,073,500 00 


- 


27 


_ 


1 


1 


4 


4 


10 


9 


1 


_ 


970,599 45 


- 


35 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


7 


5 


1 1 


- 


2,939,000 00 


- 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


11 


8 


2 1 


- 


3,084,811 00 


- 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


9 


6 


1 2 


- 


3,113,927 00 


~ 


33 


- 


- 


1 


5 


6 


12 


11 


1 


- 


937,000 00 


- 


26 


3 


1 


- 


1 


6 


11 


9 


1 1 


_ 


830,123 00 


- 


27 


1 


- 


- 


1 


8 


10 


8 


1 1 


- 


1,943,395 00 


- 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


6 


1 


- 


1,902,250 29 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


4 


3 


1 


- 


1,158,000 00 


"" 


23 


- 


2 


- 


2 


4 


8 


7 


- 


1 


795,425 00 


- 


16 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6 


7 


5 


1 1 


_ 


946,000 00 


- 


27 


- 


- 


- 


2 


7 


9 


6 


2 1 


- 


1,816,150 00 


- 


24 


- 


2 


1 


5 


2 


10 


9 


1 


- 


1,100,080 00 


- 


24 


- 


2 


- 


4 


4 


10 


9 


1 


- 


851,500 00 


~ 


15 


- 


1 


- 


2 


6 


9 


7 


1 1 


- 


2,012,400 00 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


6 


1 


_ 


1,545,000 00 


- 


26 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


6 


4 


1 1 


- 


1,940,275 00 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


4 


2 


6 


5 


1 


_ 


419,895 00 


- 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


6 


- 


1 


2,904,280 00 


- 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


4 


- 


1 


556,325 00 


- 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


6 


4 


1 1 


_ 


1,470,610 21 


- 


23 


2 


- 


- 


2 


3 


7 


6 


1 


- 


1,180,726 00 


- 


17 


— 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


3 


1 


1 


725,000 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6 


7 


5 


1 1 


- 


1,020,950 00 


"~ 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


5 


2 


- 


563,735 00 


- 


26 


4 


1 


_ 


1 


4 


10 


9 


1 


_ 


467,450 00 


- 


14 


- 


3 


- 


2 


5 


10 


9 


1 


- 


1,232,552 00 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


2 


1 1 


_ 


338,500 00 


- 


17 


- 


2 


- 


- 


5 


7 


6 


1 


- 


387,050 00 


~ 


20 


- 


- 


2 


3 


4 


9 


8 


- 


1 


1,315,000 00 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


1 


_ 


725,100 00 


- 


17 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


4 


3 


- - 


1 


479,000 00 


- 


16 


- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


7 


6 


1 


- 


694,000 00 


- 


19 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4 


6 


5 


1 


- 


283,100 00 


~ 


27 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


7 


6 


1 


- 


1,196,671 11 


- 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


6 


3 


1 2 


_ 


573,200 00 


- 


12 


- 


1 


1 


- 


4 


6 


5 


- - 


1 


517,100 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


4 


1 


- 


1,150,000 00 


- 


22 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4 


6 


5 


1 


- 


524,925 00 


~ 


19 


- 


1 


- 


1 


6 


8 


7 


1 


- 


990,000 00 


- 


13 


- 


2 


- 


- 


4 


6 


4 


_ 


2 


493,800 00 


- 


19 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


8 


7 


1 


- 


1,448,275 00 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


432,500 00 


- 


17 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


5 


4 


1 


- 


251,690 00 


~ 


12 


- 


1 


- 


1 


4 


6 


5 


1 


- 


322,500 00 



60 



Geoup II. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of 5,000 











Teaching Staff in All Public Dat 






n 




Schools 


— Kindergarten, Elementary. 






6 


la 


Junior High, 


High — 


Jan. 1, 1950 












PART 




TOWNS 


t3 






FULL TIME 




TIME 












2 






fl 






£ 






2-g 






_o 


a 




o 






o a 








o 


03 








2 § 






"So 


■■Boi 


O. 


*^ 


V 




11 






13 


IS 

03'"' 


d 


0. 




1 






PL| 


> 


PL, 


m 


(r> 


H 


CQ 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


100 


Walpole 


7,443 


$16,735,839 


4 


6 


61 


71 


_ 


101 


Dracut 


7,339 


6,215,630 


1 


3 


43 


47 


— 


102 


Franklin 


7,303 


9,451,266 


2 


— 


49 


51 


2 


103 


Millbury 


6,983 


5,924,620 


1 


2 


41 


44 


3 


104 


Falmouth 


6,878 


25,463,339 


2 


4 


67 


73 


- 


105 


South Hadley 


6,856 


10,845,885 


1 


_ 


50 


51 


2 


106 


Maynard 


6,812 


5,793,268 


1 


3 


43 


47 


- 


107 


Spencer 


6.641 


5,031,750 


- 


1 


31 


32 


- 


108 


Auburn 


6,629 


7,948,035 


- 


7 


54 


61 


- 


109 


Winchendon 


6,575 


5,705,870 


2 


2 


47 


51 


1 


110 


Mansfield 


6,530 


8,495,610 


2 


_ 


45 


47 


3 


111 


Westborough 


6,463 


5,626,026 


2 


- 


34 


36 


2 


112 


Uxb ridge 


6,417 


7,507,093 


1 


2 


41 


44 


3 


113 


Amherst 


6,410 


10,993,640 


2 


1 


58 


61 


I 


114 


Canton 


6,381 


9,433,990 


2 


- 


32 


34 


3 


115 


Wareham 


6,364 


15,520,660 


3 


_ 


54 


57 


8 


116 


Ipswich 


6,348 


8,914,765 


3 


2 


38 


43 


— 


117 


Foxhorough . 


6,303 


7,150,506 


1 


3 


38 


42 


1 


118 


Tewksbury . 


6,261 


6,558,530 


1 


- 


29 


30 


2 


119 


Somerset 


5,873 


15,952,120 


4 


3 


41 


48 


- 


120 


Great Barrington . 


5,824 


9,324,070 


1 


_ 


42 


43 


_ 


121 


Abington 


5,708 


6,197,574 


3 


3 


40 


46 


1 


122 


Orange 


5,611 


5,592,555 


- 


- 


40 


40 


3 


123 


Monson 


5,597 


3,267,522 


- 


- 


26 


26 


2 


124 


Easton 
Total 


5,135 


5,706,995 


2 


- 


42 


44 


- 




981,318 


$1,664,904,448 


264 


249 


6,396 


6,909 


151 



Itemized ExPENDiruRES for Support of All Public 



TOWNS 



a (3 

Q. n 
So" 



o 







16 


17 




18 


19 


100 


Walpole 


$9,759 04 


$236,488 87 


$7,269 98 


$10,051 53 


101 


Dracut 


8,375 77 


132,315 


14 


2,803 48 


3,387 45 


102 


Franklin 


8,600 74 


157,714 95 


2,419 96 


6,140 80 


103 


Milbury 


8,434 39 


138,206 


41 


2,525 65 


6,264 18 


104 


Falmouth 


10,930 95 


208,577 64 


7,545 08 


lo,300 23 


105 


South Hadley 


7,486 10 


150,431 


75 


2,185 44 


6,482 44 


106 


Maynard 


7,635 45 


126,619 


58 


4,169 77 


9,249 11 


107 


Spencer 


5,257 55 


84,876 


15 


2,550 92 


3,705 58 


108 


Auburn 


10,621 24 


189,974 


01 


5,033 15 


6,120 22 


109 


Winchendon 


5.983 80 


130,298 


87 


3,698 44 


6,639 68 


110 


Mansfield 


7.959 25 


141,944 


03 


2,983 31 


6,741 50 


111 


Westborough 


5.898 35 


110,023 


62 


1,963 45 


4,186 89 


112 


Uxbridge 


7.569 53 


123,153 


49 


2,123 51 


3,019 57 


113 


Amherst 


8.991 54 


181,516 


28 


2,469 50 


11,766 22 


114 


Canton 


8.398 08 


110,662 


91 


2,363 52 


4,999 83 


115 


Wareham 


9.948 70 


173,128 


27 


7,829 29 


4,625 45 


116 


Ipswich 


7,635 90 


110,713 


57 


2,124 64 


4,438 16 


117 


Foxborough . 


8.993 47 


120,533 


25 


2,822 52 


5,473 75 


118 


Tewksbury . 


1.522 13 


80,151 


83 


3,538 84 


4,266 51 


119 


Somerset 


8,551 76 


135,494 


01 


2,176 42 


7,808 74 


120 


Great Barrington . 


6,739 12 


119,149 


65 


2,918 46 


4,522 14 


121 


Abington 


8,761 42 


124,260 


68 


2,481 36 


5,0)7 88 


122 


Orange 


6,575 36 


86,941 


81 


5,136 11 


9,799 97 


123 


Monson 


5,628 56 


60,839 


64 


1,874 27 


2,755 04 


124 


Easton 
Total 


8,010 03 


122,361 


24 


3.079 27 


6,618 18 




. $1,060,808 57 


S21,818.742 91 


$478,984 36 


$1,117,651 97 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over • 



61 



Continued 



Pttpils IK All 


Public Day 


Schools 


KiNDERaARTBN, ELEMENTARY, JuNIOR 


High, 


0. 

<0 , 






High — 


Year 


ENDING June 30, 


1950 






p 


(3 


t3 e 




age number of 
ys in session 

age 
jmbership 




or whom 

aid tuition 

less than 

chool year 


111 
■2 c^ 


c3 a 


g 










la f 
wn p 

■ not 
If off 


-resid 
tende 
an ha 
ar 


fe S 


3 




ts 




t^ fa 




>S^^ 


o <3^ >> 




pL, 


< 


< 




< < 




Oh 


!z; 


^ 



8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


1,802 


301,369 


1.687 


180 


1,780 


3 


22 


1,761 


1,025 


171,339 


959 


178 


1,018 


6 


5 


1,019 


1,419 


230.601 


1.310 


176 


1,403 


2 


25 


1,380 


1,267 


212,873 


1.180 


180 


1,240 


- 


11 


1,229 


1,748 


281,197 


1,532 


180 


1,647 


- 


24 


1,623 


1,350 


214,621 


1,217 


176 


1,298 


_ 


67 


1,231 


1,046 


168.495 


981 


172 


1.024 


- 


5 


1,019 


966 


158,593 


890 


182 


930 


- 


42 


888 


1,596 


262,800 


1,478 


180 


1.554 


4 


9 


1,549 


1,257 


203,106 


1,152 


180 


1,206 


5 


34 


1,177 


1,244 


207,818 


1,151 


180 


1,211 


- 


6 


1,205 


873 


147,400 


826 


179 


871 


— 


17 


854 


1,120 


183,432 


1,031 


177 


1,079 


3 


18 


1,064 


1,331 


217.017 


1,217 


180 


1,289 


- 


123 


1,166 


924 


148,886 


841 


177 


896 


1 


15 


882 


1,584 


258,837 


1,441 


180 


1.537 


1 


95 


1,443 


1,036 


167.289 


949 


176 


1.004 


— 


43 


961 


1,072 


170,224 


978 


174 


1,039 


- 


23 


1,016 


890 


138,118 


793 


174 


861 


— 


21 


840 


1,271 


208,380 


1,193 


178 


1,269 


2 


28 


1,243 


1,095 


178.180 


999 


178 


1,057 


2 


55 


1,004 


1,116 


186.655 


1,033 


181 


1,098 


- 


13 


1,085 


1,103 


173,160 


1,030 


168 


1,077 


- 


39 


1,038 


739 


119.048 


682 


175 


728 


- 


44 


684 


1,166 


188,654 


1,052 


179 


1,124 


2 


39 


1,087 



167,357 27,185,240 152,905 



162.800 



184 



4,270 



158.714 



Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation — Year ending June 30, 1950 



•P« 



•a S « 

fl 03 O 



0< o 



transportation 



20 


21 


22 


23 


24 




25 


$44,484 45 


S28,628 49 




S2,133 19 


$22,248 


93 


- 


21,364 01 


5.961 39 


$148 35 


3,527 23 


9,762 


33 


- 


27,923 14 


8.956 15 


79 09 


4,056 81 


13,263 


64 


- 


19.798 19 


5,600 14 


37 00 


4,409 85 


9,035 


00 


- 


35,453 11 


11,985 94 


522 67 


5,132 46 


23,522 


66 


- 


23,651 02 


5,774 49 


68 01 


3,971 18 


10,755 


90 


_ 


25,047 11 


13,304 73 


- 


3,792 95 


2,499 


34 


- 


15,449 53 


10,342 13 


- 


1,687 54 


10,135 00 


- 


32,519 34 


6,570 08 


254 74 


3,901 92 


10,511 


50 


- 


26,247 91 


8,590 71 


- 


2,369 88 


7,119 


50 


- 


23,550 67 


7,376 34 


69 89 


3,736 27 


11,156 


96 


$21 00 


15,540 13 


5,950 67 


325 19 


2,386 27 


8,664 


05 


- 


22.609 01 


8,890 63 


108 31 


3,052 45 


10,132 


01 


— 


26,243 69 


11,914 95 


98 67 


3,638 56 


12,440 


35 


- 


21,466 69 


13,270 63 


- 


3,332 88 


10,306 


33 


- 


35,583 24 


14.894 85 


_ 


4,564 41 


21,900 


16 


- 


19,804 89 


8.291 77 


250 00 


3,123 84 


14,092 


15 


- 


22,596 97 


12.621 84 


- 


3,530 76 


6,221 


30 


- 


14,035 92 


6.588 50 


26 66 


2,486 88 


12,332 


53 


- 


27,906 88 


7,223 15 


499 14 


3,466 60 


8,278 


40 


- 


24,760 91 


6,983 31 


_ 


2,475 00 


11,576 


07 


_ 


23,954 87 


7,125 54 


146 76 


3,294 90 


5,319 


00 


- 


18.038 66 


8,374 25 


— 


1,068 93 


9,662 


94 


- 


19.298 39 


7,568 12 


154 82 


855 99 


15,477 


50 


- 


24,472 52 


9,199 22 


229 12 


4,501 02 


14,768 


40 


26 00 


13,585,429 89 


$1,508,068 95 


S69,010 87 


$435,499 61 


$1,032,621 


00 


$2,618 98 



62 



Group II. 



P.D. 2 
Towns of 5,000 







Itemized Expenditures fob 


Support of All 








Public Schools — Day, 


Evening. Vacation 


Expenditure 




TOWNS 


— Yeab 


ENDING June 30, 


1950 — Con. 




ENDING June 








n 




-a i 










s 




h 








a 


u 




S « 






a 
o 

■5 


en 

1 












I 


1 


o 
H 










26 


27 




28 




29 


100 


Walpole 


$3,718 04 


$14,879 


36 


1379,661 


88 




101 


Dracut 


1,006 00 


2,619 


11 


191,270 


26 


$328 73 


102 


Franklin 


249 54 


5,206 


57 


234,611 


39 


128 90 


103 


Millbury 


- 


6,277 


66 


200,588 


47 


897 88 


104 


Falmouth 


• 


2,087 


67 


319,058 


41 


15,747 02 


105 


South Hadley 


_ 


4,712 


62 


215,518 


95 


_ 


106 


Maynard 


'. 104 00 


4,062 


95 


196,484 


99 


1,247 27 


107 


Spencer 


- 


609 


09 


134,613 


49 


_ 


108 


Auburn 


- 


692 


59 


266,198 


79 


105,478 81 


109 


Winchendon 


276 40 


1,291 


50 


192,516 


69 


- 


110 


Mansfield 


415 71 


3,907 


69 


209,862 


62 


65,917 58 


111 


Westborough 


- 


2,244 


79 


157,183 


41 


- 


112 


Uxbridge 


719 72 


6,451 


91 


187,830 


14 


_ 


113 


Amherst 


- 


15,088 


33 


274,168 


09 


14,339 94 


114 


Canton 


• 


830 


50 


175,631 


37 


- 


115 


Warebam 


16 50 


10,447 


51 


282,938 


38 


_ 


116 


Ipswich 


- 


1,404 


12 


171,879 


04 


7,445 36 


117 


Foxborough . 


- 


1,475 


36 


184,269 


22 


- 


118 


Tewksbury . 


322 50 


12,897 


56 


138,169 


86 


17,200 00 


119 


Somerset 


261 00 


82 


25 


201,748 


35 


10,550 00 


120 


Great Barrington . 


348 99 


6,099 


35 


185,573 


00 


13,241 25 


121 


Abington 


— 


5,191 


46 


185,553 


77 


- 


122 


Orange 


- 


897 


33 


146,495 


36 


- 


123 


Monson 


- 


313 


40 


114,765 


73 


- 


124 


Easton 


169 95 


4,186 


91 


197,521 


86 


3,252 42 



Total 



$45,435 93 $370,487 92 $31,572,857 97 I $3,687,409 60 



Expenditure for Support of All Publio 
Year ending 



TOWNS 



FROM local taxation 



a ^ 

.3 M 

ft* a o, 



FROM state 

REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 



Si, 

— a • 



100 Walpole 

101 Dracut 

102 Franklin 

103 Millbury 

104 Falmouth 

105 South Hadley 

106 Maynard 

107 Spencer 

108 Auburn 

109 Winchendon 

110 Mansfield . 

111 Westborough 

112 Uxbridge 

113 Amherst 

114 Canton 

115 Wareham 

116 Ipswich 

117 Foxborough 

118 Tewksbury 

119 Somerset 



120 Great Barrington 

121 Abington 

122 Orange 

123 Monson 

124 Easton 

Total 



38 




39 


40 


41 




42 


43 


$285,935 


13 


$162 37 


23 


$26,085 


12 


$14 


81 


76 


124,664 


86 


122 


34 


64 


63,480 


77 


62 


30 


1 


182,425 


61 


132 


19 


56 


40,163 


09 


29 


10 


43 


138,875 


38 


113 


00 


72 


51,213 


83 


41 


67 


19 


275,551 


21 


169 


78 


20 


26,105 


00 


16 


08 


74 


167,532 


31 


136 


09 


51 


30,206 


25 


24 


54 


55 


154,689 


79 


151 


81 


31 


24,838 


15 


24 


38 


56 


84,993 


26 


95 71 


82 


48,185 


27 


54 


26 


3 


174,330 


86 


112 


54 


74 


54,154 


22 


34 


96 


35 


134,353 


22 


114 


15 


71 


43,863 


75 


37 


27 


25 


167,390 


26 


138 


91 


45 


32,951 


10 


27 


35 


47 


118,128 


39 


138 


32 


46 


31,731 


36 


37 


16 


26 


141,920 


50 


133 


38 


55 


38,350 


58 


36 


04 


30 


198,908 


62 


170 


59 


19 


26,508 


08 


22 


73 


59 


127,174 


45 


144 


19 


37 


34,769 


56 


39 


42 


23 


225,027 


07 


155 


94 


28 


32,131 


68 


22 


27 


61 


120,062 


82 


124 


94 


62 


33,840 


68 


35 


21 


33 


137,215 


90 


135 


On 


52 


29,894 


02 


29 


42 


42 


96,938 


74 


115 


40 


70 


30,842 


01 


36 


72 


28 


175,919 


23 


141 


53 


41 


18,583 


67 


14 


95 


75 


143,652 


29 


143 


08 


40 


26,708 


65 


26 


60 


50 


135,649 


60 


125 


02 


61 


32,257 


60 


29 


73 


41 


90,398 


81 


87 


09 


84 


45,398 


09 


43 


74 


12 


76,875 


47 


112 


39 


75 


35,941 


99 


52 


55 


5 


126,916 


62 


116 


76 


69 


38,855 


61 


35 


75 


31 


$24,549,281 


84 


$154 


68 


_ 


$4,238,278 


14 


$26 


70 


_ 



Pt II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



63 



FOB 


OUTLAT, YbAR 




Valuation of 


Expenditure fob 






30, 


1950 




1949 PER Pupil 


School Support from 


Rate of Total Tax 








IN Net Average 
Membership, 


Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31,' 


per $1,0 
Valuation 


00 








1949 








Year ending Junb 


1949, per $1,000 Val- 










1 


30, 1950 


uation 1 








a 


3 
O 


^ 


a 




« 




3 


o 


-^ CI ft 


«:> n ft 


^ 


a & 








c -9 3 


moun 

ank ii 
Grou 


d 


■5 ss 






"3 

o 


g ^2 


i 


11 




^: 


H 


< rt 


< K 


< 


tf 




30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 




S850 00 


$850 00 


$9,504 33 


S17 09 37 


$35 00 


78 




1,526 87 


1,855 60 


6,100 72 


20 06 15 


48 00 


24 




332 83 


461 73 


6,849 64 


19 30 19 


39 40 


60 




731 93 


1,629 81 


4,821 83 


23 44 4 


59 40 


1 




8,343 19 


24,090 21 


15,689 5 


10 82 82 


40 00 


58 




2,389 02 


2,389 02 


8,811 43 


15 45 52 


32 00 


83 




908 76 


2,156 03 


5,685 76 


26 70 1 


58 00 


2 




2,069 21 


2,069 21 


5,666 77 


16 89 39 


57 00 


3 




3,736 13 


109,214 94 


5,131 81 


21 93 8 


46 00 


31 




417 13 


417 13 


4,848 82 


23 55 2 


57 00 


4 




2,777 20 


68,694 78 


7,050 61 


19 70 16 


42 50 


45 




1,204 97 


1,204 97 


6,588 66 


21 00 11 


49 00 


23 




1,595 32 


1,595 32 


7,056 60 


18 91 22 


43 00 


44 




1,257 29 


15,597 23 


9,429 35 


18 09 27 


42 00 


47 




1,166 56 


1,166 56 


10,696 25 


13 48 72 


51 00 


21 




8,986 81 


8,986 81 


10,756 24 


14 50 60 


37 50 


69 




4,667 19 


12,112 55 


9,277 39 


13 47 73 


43 00 


41 




5,283 93 


5,283 93 


7,038 62 


19 19 20 


48 00 


25 




4,402 94 


21,602 94 


7,808 51 


14 78 58 


40 00 


59 




3,710 66 


14,260 66 


12,834 14 


11 03 81 


29 50 


85 




2,064 00 


15,305 25 


9,287 38 


15 41 53 


39 00 


73 




1,402 32 


1,402 32 


5,712 75 


21 89 9 


49 00 


24 




497 00 


497 00 


6,388 79 


16 17 44 


50 00 


22 




2,128 10 


2,128 10 


4,777 84 


23 53 3 


50 00 


19 




5,293 92 


8,546 34 


5,250 80 


22 24 6 


42 00 


49 



$385,527 78 $4,072,937 38 ' $10,490 



$14 75 



Dat Schools - 


- Classified as to Source, 














Amount paid to Town 


Dec. 31, 1949 




















FROM — 


"-• i, « 




















O 13 

t- o 




-2* 


o 

a 

o 

B 

o 
B 
< 






from all sources 






School Fund G. 
of Gen. Laws 
(C. 643, 1948) 
November 20, 
1949 


School Transpor 
tion C. 71, S. 
(C. 679, 1947) 
November 20, 
1949 




c 
o 

u 

ft* 


1 


o 

a 
< 




Per pupil in 
average 
member- 
ship 


a « 

-" 2 ' 
'ft® s 

lis 


-2 * 


Group II in 
net average 
member- 
ship 


44 




45 




46 




47A 


47B 


48 


49 


50 


$1,823 


12 


$13,374 68 


$327,218 05 


,«183 


83 


$185 


81 


33 


$18,295 12 


$7,790 00 


763 


20 


15 


32 


188,924 


15 


185 


58 


185 


40 


34 


63,480 77 


- 


4,488 


75 


442 


36 


227,519 


81 


162 


17 


164 


87 


67 


36,778 09 


3,385 00 


1,145 


08 


717 


13 


191,951 


42 


154 


80 


156 


19 


75 


49,843 61 


1,370 22 


375 


U2 


4,287 


48 


306,318 


71 


185 


99 


188 


74 


30 


12,532 00 


13,573 00 


295 


20 


8,645 


68 


206,679 


44 


159 


23 


167 


90 


63 


26,619 94 


3,586 31 


284 


82 


1,604 


32 


181,417 


08 


177 


17 


178 


03 


45 


24,838 15 


- 


368 


16 


4,366 


98 


137,913 


67 


148 


29 


155 


31 


76 


43,655 27 


4.530 00 


796 


74 


939 


58 


230,221 


40 


148 


15 


148 


63 


80 


54,154 22 


- 


733 


20 


6,069 


39 


185,019 


56 


153 


42 


157 


20 


73 


43,054 10 


809 65 


997 


81 


91 


23 


201,430 


40 


166 


33 


167 


16 


65 


29,633 00 


3,318 10 


454 


92 


2,108 


88 


152,423 


55 


175 


00 


178 


48 


43 


27,405 26 


4,326 10 


1,517 


12 


3,315 


24 


185,103 


44 


171 


55 


173 


97 


51 


35,735 12 


2,615 46 


6,291 


78 


29,815 


79 


261,524 


27 


202 


89 


224 


29 


8 


22,233 68 


4,274 40 


1,895 


39 


934 


22 


164,773 


62 


183 


90 


186 


82 


32 


32,420 96 


3,052 85 


2,933 


79 


11,670 


63 


271,763 


17 


176 


81 


188 


33 


29 


21,150 68 


10,981 00 




- 


10,223 


43 


164,126 


93 


163 


47 


170 


79 


58 


25,667 53 


8,173 15 


1,792 


69 


2,285 


76 


171,188 


37 


164 


76 


168 


49 


61 


27,235 76 


2,658 26 


1,492 


61 


576 


12 


129,849 


48 


150 


81 


154 


58 


77 


25,195 26 


5,646 75 


890 


45 


1,969 


42 


197,362 


77 


155 


53 


158 


78 


71 


18,583 67 


- 




- 


12,6'^3 


47 


183,044 


41 


173 


17 


182 


32 


40 


20,499 30 


6,209 35 


772 


30 


6,000 


71 


174,680 


21 


159 


09 


161 


00 


69 


32,257 60 


- 


815 


10 


4,753 


70 


141,365 


70 


131 


26 


136 


19 


82 


40,730 26 


4,667 83 


5,740 


95 


46 


59 


118,605 


00 


162 


92 


173 


40 


54 


22,802 98 


11,979 00 


4,866 


52 


16,942 


90 


187,581 


65 


166 


89 


172 


57 


56 


33,261 01 


5,594 60 


8159,293 93 


$762,704 


02 


$29,709,557 


93 


$182 49 


$187 


19 


- 


$3,965,747 43 


$304,459 57 



M 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 







Year 


Grades in 


Public Day Elementary ScHOOLa 






a 








TEACHERS 








.3 






PRINCxrALlD 




PUPILtS ENBOLLBD 






o 
o 

>. 


O 


o 






FULL TIME 






TOWNS 




























a 


3 


3 




a 


a 








a 




u 




o 


u 








s 


_o 


o 
'3 


§ 


B 
o 


a S 
o o 


1 -2 






3 


•-J 




§ 


^ 


§ ^ 


cq b 






51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 57 


58 59 


100 


Walpole 


8 


_ 


4 


3 


- 


5 40 


668 624 


101 


Dracut 


8 


— 


4 


- 


- 


3 31 


403 338 


102 


Franklin 


8 


— 


4 


- 


1 


2 31 


552 511 


103 


Millbury 


8 


- 


4 


- 


- 


4 26 


490 444 


104 


Falmouth 


6 


3 


3 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


105 


South Hadley 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


2 34 


492 498 


106 


Maynard 


8 


- 


4 


- 


— 


2 30 


402 380 


107 


Spencer 


8 


— 


4 


— 


- 


5 16 


350 327 


108 


Auburn 


8 


- 


4 


- 


- 


5 42 


634 575 


109 


Winchendon 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


110 


Mansfield 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


_ 


4 26 


511 472 


HI 


Westborough 


8 


_ 


4 


- 


1 


1 21 


335 318 


112 


Uxbridge 


8 


— 


4 


- 


— 


2 30 


431 396 


113 


Amherst 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 


114 


Canton 


8 


- 


4 


1 


- 


20 


323 309 


115 


Wareham 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


1 


33 4 


640 591 


116 


Ipswich 


8 


— 


4 


1 


1 


5 21 


388 314 


117 


Foxborough . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 


118 


Tewksbury . 


8 


— 


4 


- 


- 


1 18 


382 308 


119 


Somerset 


8 


- 


4 


3 


- 


5 26 


515 437 


120 


Great Barrington . 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


2 27 


425 341 


121 


Abington 


8 


- 


4 


1 


1 


2 27 


438 403 


122 


Orange 


8 


- 


4 


- 


- 


4 21 


432 381 


123 


M onsen 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 


124 


Easton 
Total 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- - 




. 


- 


- 


60 


28 


251 2,049 


32,673 30,218 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Scboolb 

















J, 










TEACHERS 
























TOWNS 




rULL TIME 






1 






g 














S 


a 

o 


g 1 


1 


•S 


&I 






S 


^ 


S ^ 


n 


3 


< 






68 


69 


70 71 


72 


73 


74 


100 


Walpole 






_ - 


- 


- 


— 


101 


Dracut 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


— 


- 


— 


102 


Franklin 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 




103 


Millbury 


_ 


_ 


_ - 




- 


- 


104 


Falmouth 


. 


1 


2 37 


577 


535 


177,535 


105 


South Hadley 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


- 


106 


Maynard 


— 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


-. 


107 


Spencer 


_ 


- 


- - 


— 


- 


- 


lOH 


Auburn 


_ 


_ 


— _ 


— 


— 


- 


109 


Winchendon 


. 


- 


1 26 


407 


348 


122,180 


110 


Mansfield 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


111 


Westborough 


— 


- 


— - 


- 


— 


- 


112 


Uxbridge 


_ 


— 


— - 


- 


- 


— 


113 


Amherst 


_ 


- 


2 25 


354 


370 


117,511 


114 


Canton 


. 


- 


- - 


- 


— 


~ 


115 


Wareham 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


- 


- 


116 


Ipsw-ich 


- 


- 


— — 


— 


- 


- 


117 


Foxborough . 


— 


- 


22 


341 


275 


98,447 


118 


Tewksbury . 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


119 


Somerset 


- 


- 


- - 


~ 


~ 




120 


Great Barrington . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


121 


Abington 


— 


- 


— - 


- 


- 


- 


122 


Orange 


- 


- 


— - 


- 


- 


- 


1?13 


Monson 


_ 


- 


12 


238 


205 


69,644 


124 


Easton 
Total 


. 


1 


22 


380 


331 


112,423 




28 


48 


46 1,612 


24,640 


22,384 


7,491,697 



Pt II. 

Population or Over 



65 



Continued 



(Grades I to VIII), Year ending Junb 30, 1950 



13 


>> 


•i 












Sfe 




1 




d 


03 
•a 


I 


.2* 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE 


DP 








<s 


O 


05 


'm 


GENERAL CONTROL 




g 2 








• 


o 

h 


S3 
T3 


a 
a 










O0 

a « 








1 

T3 












tC Si 


3J 10 


CD 

S 2 


<0 



O 

a 




ffl > fe aJ-S 


1-§ 




II 




< 


< 


-5j 


< 


< 




frl ej^li 


i 


W 




w 




60 


61 


62 


63 


64 




65 




66 




67 




215,710 


178 


1,213 


1,283 


$228,375 


14 


,'5178 


00 


$150,755 41 


$4,729 


22 


124,104 


177 


699 


740 


125,057 


52 


169 


00 


92,721 


32 


1,790 


71 


172,028 


175 


981 


1,052 


146,885 


64 


139 


63 


102,585 


27 


1,895 


32 


156,777 


180 


870 


919 


118,914 


77 


129 


40 


87,824 84 


1,696 


67 


155,766 


174 


892 


956 


139,827 


69 


146 


26 


98,262 


75 


1,309 


91 


123,989 


169 


734 


765 


119,401 


61 


156 


08 


78,427 


52 


2,681 


40 


110,093 


177 


623 


650 


76,003 


01 


116 


93 


48,272 


32 


1,236 


67 


197,916 


180 


1,114 


1,174 


169,007 


59 


143 


96 


129,263 


63 


3,555 


48 


163,934 


181 


908 


955 


133,404 


04 


139 


69 


91,113 


82 


2,159 


39 


110,125 


177 


619 


655 


100,222 


10 


153 


01 


74,628 


32 


1,121 


76 


134,722 


176 


762 


801 


124,275 


75 


155 


15 


84,521 


66 


1,369 


70 


100,999 


176 


575 


613 


100,405 


25 


163 79 


61,783 


83 


1,662 


91 


200,815 


180 


1,116 


1,194 


182,897 


33 


153 


18 


108,589 


52 


5,532 


40 


112,648 


175 


645 


682 


94,067 


41 


137 


93 


67,131 


02 


1,162 


92 


105,708 


171 


613 


663 


76,022 


30 


114 


66 


46,795 


96 


2,739 


81 


155,233 


175 


899 


961 


128,259 


44 


133 


46 


91,881 


63 


1,250 48 


123,217 


176 


695 


743 


102,987 


73 


138 


61 


74,668 


32 


1,898 


38 


139,828 


180 


776 


828 


114,808 


66 


138 


66 


83,428 00 


1,677 


23 


123,733 


163 


760 


797 


82,645 


12 


103 70 


52,139 


25 


3,711 


74 


10,190,270 


176 


57,736 


61,530 


S!9,953,734 85 


$161 


77 


»7,063,240 77 


$174,374 04 



Systems 



(Grades I to VI), Year ending June 30, 1950 



<o 3 



o! g. 



EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 



.S &i 
"a a, 2 <D >> 

3 fr aj M t. m 

t- te 2:5 = o 
Ph 8J £"0 S m 



c3 S a 

0) 

u 
3 









— C3 

3 <0 






75 


75 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


182 


971 


1.045 


S177,775 24 


$170 12 


$120,767 56 


$4,686 73 


174 


703 


743 


95,260 78 


128 21 


67.228 29 


1,107 37 


179 


655 


694 


96,029 01 


138 37 


72,434 01 


1,077 83 


176 


562 


598 


92,028 43 


153 89 


62,093 25 


1,551 48 


171 

179 


407 
628 


437 
680 


54,809 12 
95,009 71 


125 42 
139 72 


29,770~00 
63,324 64 


849 58 
1,677 83 


177 


42,360 


45,466 


J7,109,015 34 


$156 36 


$5,149,139 04 


$104,387 23 



66 



P.D. 2. 

Gboup II. Towns of 5,000 



Total 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High Schools 







PRINCIPALS 














AND TEACHERS 


f-, 










TOWNS 




J3 
o 


PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 


1 










© « 






a 








11 






Men 
Worn 




1 


5 


< 






82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


100 


Walpole . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1(11 


Dracut 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


— 


102 


Franklin 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


103 


Millbiiry 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


104 


Falmouth 


8 4 


- 


199 


166 


59,515 


105 


South Hadley 


. 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


106 


Maynard 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


107 


Spencer 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ins 


Auburn 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


Winchendon 


6 7 


- 


137 


150 


46,462 


110 


Mansfield 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


111 


Westborough 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


— 


112 


Uxbridge 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


— 


113 


Amherst 


5 10 


1 


149 


158 


52,037 


114 


Canton 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


115 


Wareham 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


116 


Ipswich 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


117 


Foxborough . 


4 3 


1 


131 


115 


40,000 


118 


Tewksbury . 


- 


- 


- 




- 


119 


Somerset 


- • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120 


Great Harrington . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


121 


Abington 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


122 


Orange 


- - 


- 


- 


— 


- 


123 


Monson 


2 4 


- 


82 


94 


29,620 


124 


Easton 


4 4 


- 


127 


115 


40,264 



9,039 8,424 I 2,915,791 



TOWNS 



6-3-3 



Public Day Senior Hian Schools 



PRINCIPALS AND 
TEACHERS 



FULL TIME 




PUPILS ENROLLED 





95 


96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


100 Walpole 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


101 Dracut 


- 


- 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


102 Franklin 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


103 Millbury 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


104 Falmouth . 


11 


10 


- 


134 


137 


44,147 


105 South Hadley 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_, 


106 Maynard 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


107 Spencer 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


108 Auburn 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


109 Winchendon 


7 


4 


- 


104 


Ill 


34,464 


110 Mansfield . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Ill Westborough 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


112 Uxbridge . 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


113 Amherst 


. . 7 


12 


- 


138 


162 


47,469 


114 Canton 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


115 Wareham 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


116 Ipswich 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 




- 


117 Foxborough . 


8 


5 


_ 


112 


98 


31,777 


118 Tewksbury . 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


119 Somerset 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


120 Great Barrington . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


121 Abington 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


122 Orange 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


123 Monson 


5 


3 


2 


45 


75 


19,784 


124 Easton 


7 


6 




104 


109 


35,967 


Total 


424 


441 


12 


7,826 


8,297 


2,636,009 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



67 



Stbtkmb 



(Qbadbs 


VII, 


VIII AND 


IX). 


Ybab bndinq Junb 30, 


1950 






"3 

11 




J. 

Id 
1 




ft 

e 

i 


BXPBNDITUBB TOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLTTSIVB OF 

GBNERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


S 




il in 

hip 
mior 
ools 


(0 go 


II 




n 




be 


o 

a 


Per pup 
average 
memben 
of jl 
high 8ch 




<! 




< 




■< 


< 


m 



88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


182 


327 


350 


.i;67,876 65 


$193 


93 


$44,593 64 


$1,761 99 


180 


257 


270 


49,418 38 


183 


03 


33,032 70 


1.297 12 


180 


289 


306 


72,737 32 


237 


70 


46,465 87 


339 78 


180 


222 


234 


41,376 06 


176 


82 


29,220 00 


390 35 


180 
180 


165 
224 


174 
235 


31,544 08 
46,575 95 


181 
198 


- 

- 

29 
20 


20,260 60 
29,962 28 


539 53 
769 74 


180 


16,207 


17.097 


$3,756,372 73 


$219 


71 -^ 


$2,739,949 54 


$45,486 79 



Btbtxms 



(Qbadkb X, XI, AND XII}, Ybab BNOiNa Junb 30, 1950 



n 



BZPBNDITXTBB FOB 

8UPP0ET, BXCLU8ITB OF 

OENERAIi CONTBOL 



•S a ^ 



^ M JO .^ .a 

9 " S S 1 

t B A 






o 



101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


182 


234 


252 


$62,475 57 


$247 92 


$43,216 44 


$1,096 36 


180 


192 


193 


41,853 73 


216 86 


30,037 88 


1,293 95 


180 


273 


289 


96,410 22 


333 60 


62,616 40 


1,051 89 


180 


194 


207 


41,871 26 


202 28 


29,220 00 


880 69 


180 

180 


110 

200 


117 
209 


22,783 97 
47,926 17 


194 73 
229 31 


10,809 04 
29,074 32 


485 16 
631 70 


179 


14,745 


15,602 


$4,084,050 95 


$261 76 


$2,903,722 32 


$61,781 15 



Group II, 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of 5,000 



Public Day High Schools (Four 







^ 


PBINCIPALS AND 








t3 






o 


TEACHERS 








<a 






J3 






PUPILS ENROLLED 


^ 




FULL TIME 


"? 




TOWNS 


3 




1 






& 










% 








a 


s 






•a 






a 

a 


g i 


2 


1 

05 


5 








108 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


100 


Walpole 




9 14 


- 


247 


263 


85,659 


101 


Dracut 




6 7 


- 


134 


150 


47,235 


102 


Franklin 




7 10 


- 


184 


172 


58,573 


103 


Millbury 




8 6 


- 


145 


188 


56,096 


104 


Falmouth 




- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


105 


South Hadley 




8 7 


1 


165 


195 


58,855 


108 


Maynard 




10 5 


- 


127 


137 


44,506 


107 


Spencer 




6 5 


- 


148 


141 


48,500 


108 


Auburn 




5 9 


- 


184 


203 


64,884 


109 


Winchendon 




- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


no 


Mansfield . . . 




5 11 


1 


103 


158 


43,834 


111 


Westhorough 




6 7 


- 


111 


109 


37,275 


112 


Uxbridge 




6 6 


2 


145 


148 


48,710 


113 


Amherst 




- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


114 


Canton 




6 7 


1 


148 


144 


47,887 


115 


Wareham 




9 9 


4 


163 


190 


68,022 


116 


Ipswich 




5 10 


- 


151 


183 


54,641 


117 


Foxbcrough . 




- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


118 


Tewksbury . 




3 8 


2 


96 


104 


32,410 


119 


Somerset 




8 6 


- 


150 


169 


63,147 


120 


Great Earringtcn . 




5 9 


_ 


147 


182 


54,963 


121 


Abir.gton 




7 8 


— 


128 


147 


46,827 


122 


Orange 




8 7 


1 


121 


169 


49,427 


123 


Mcnson 




- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


124 


Easton 
Total 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




85 


542 586 


30 


11,366 


12,490 


3,951,473 



Persons 5 to 16 Yeabs 







6 TO 7 Years 






7 TO 


TOWNS 


a 
o 


a 


a 


■S? 




g 




'■5 E 


<u 


o 


C8 5 


o 


tJ3 « 
















-o 


»S^ 


•^gJ 






-o 




a 


, c 


a 


c 


Is 


d 












'"' 







130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


100 


Walpole 


396 


312 


— 


- 


84 


1,270 


)()1 


Dracut 


302 


135 


101 


— 


66 


1,287 


102 


Franklin 


244 


218 


10 


1 


15 


1,056 


103 


Millbury 


293 


157 


49 


— 


87 


1,148 


104 


Falmouth 


360 


220 


- 


1 


139 


1,254 


105 


South Hadley 


305 


214 


12 


_ 


79 


975 


106 


Maynard 


202 


164 


- 


— 


38 


781 


107 


Spencer 


237 


153 


84 


— 


- 


896 


108 


Auburn 


356 


221 


21 


— 


114 


1,271 


109 


Winchendon 


202 


136 


- 


- 


66 


1,003 


110 


Mansfield 


344 


175 


_ 


3 


166 


956 


111 


Westborough 


181 


114 


25 


- 


42 


670 


112 


Uxbridge 


254 


193 


42 


- 


19 


929 


113 


Amherst 


280 


162 


27 


- 


91 


927 


114 


Canton 


289 


139 


76 


1 


73 


1,006 


115 


Wareham 


276 


218 


4 


_ 


54 


1,150 


116 


Ipswich 


214 


148 


40 


- 


26 


759 


117 


Foxborough . 


256 


140 




_ 


116 


838 


118 


Tewksbury . 


209 


143 


6 


- 


60 


645 


119 


Somerset 


224 


161 


63 


- 


- 


1,113 


120 


Great Barringtot: . 


182 


146 


10 


_ 


26 


740 


121 


Abington 


290 


167 


17 


- 


106 


858 


122 


Orange 


272 


188 




_ 


84 


882 


123 


Monson 


179 


94 


_ 


- 


85 


566 


124 


Easton 
Total 


252 


214 


2 


- 


36 


774 




. 39,323 


27,215 


6,571 


20 


5,517 


138,251 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



69 



Continued 



Ybars), Year bndinq Junh 30. 1950 



Mo 
i-t cj 



BXPENDITimB FOB 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL, CONTROL 



Jl (1)3 



&^ 



J3^ 
0) Mo 









^aE 






115 

181 
181 
1V8 
181 


116 

474 
260 
329 
310 


117 

497 
278 
351 
321 


118 

$141,527 70 
57,836 97 
79,125 01 
73,239 31 


119 

$284 76 
208 05 
225 43 
228 16 


120 

$85,733 46 
39,593 82 
55,129 68 
50,381 57 


121 

$2,540 76 

1,012 77 

524 64 

828 98 


181 
180 
182 
180 


325 
247 
267 
364 


342 
259 
280 
380 


68,205 16 
69,447 93 
53,352 93 
86,569 96 


199 43 
268 14 
190 55 
227 82 


52,169 00 
48,192 06 
36,603 83 
60,710 38 


875 53 
1,488 37 
1,314 25 
1,477 67 


180 
180 
181 


243 
207 
269 


256 
216 
278 


68,499 33 
51,062 96 
55,984 86 


267 58 
236 40 
201 38 


60,830 21 
35,395 30 
38,631 83 


823 92 
841 69 
753 81 


180 


266 


283 


66,828 04 


236 14 


48,879 08 


700 61 


180 
180 


325 
304 


343 
322 


90,092 35 
68,825 73 


263 66 
213 74 


64,538 75 
42,587 87 


2,296 89 
961 72 


180 
181 


180 
294 


198 
308 


60,625 43 
64,937 15 


306 19 
210 83 


33,355 87 
43,612 48 


799 03 
925 94 


181 
182 
183 


304 
257 
270 


314 
270 
280 


75,846 15 
61,983 69 
57.274 88 


241 55 
229 57 
204 55 


44,481 33 
40,832 58 
34,802 56 


1,020 08 

804 13 

1,424 37 


181 


21,857 


23,105 


$5,558,244 18 


$240 56 


$3,923,573 35 


$92,247 83 



OF Agb, Oct, 1, 


1949 












Illiterate 

Minors, 16 to 21 

Years of Agb 


16 Years 


loo. 

^e2 




B 

^ O m 


a 
-a 


2 

J3 


.s-Ss 

a 

t-H 


la 

9. 93 

O O 00 

a 


la 

.2 

•rj o +^ 
<u 2'3 

a "'" 


o 

•§3 


Receiving e 
tional certifi 
year ending 
31. 1949 



136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


1,268 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


824 


432 


- 


15 


4 


12 


— 


- 


1,035 


13 


- 


1 


2 


5 


6 


2 


963 


160 


- 


15 


4 


6 


- 


- 


1.215 


8 


- 


- 


10 


21 


- 


- 


905 


55 


_ 


13 


_ 


2 


1 


1 


751 


12 


_ 


_ 


1 


17 


1 


— 


667 


214 


_ 


2 


3 


10 


- 


- 


1,179 


74 


- 


13 


2 


3 


— 


- 


992 


9 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


929 


23 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


_ 


_ 


660 


5 


_ 


1 


- 


4 


1 


- 


765 


155 


- 


- 


8 


1 


- 


- 


900 


13 


_ 


5 


3 


6 


- 


- 


653 


346 


- 


3 


1 


3 


- 


- 


1.139 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


9 


19 


- 


662 


88 


- 


3 


1 


5 


- 


- 


815 


13 


_ 


_ 


6 


4 


2 


- 


622 


13 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


937 


163 


- 


6 


5 


2 


3 


4 


732 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


822 


28 


_ 


3 


3 


2 


2 


- 


856 




_ 


_ 


2 


24 


4 


- 


549 


14 


_ 


1 


_ 


2 


2 


- 


757 


12 


- 


3 


- 


2 


2 


- 


114,703 


21.910 


19 


863 


262 


494 


117 


40 



70 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



















Mkmbbbship 


IN Public Dat 








Elementabt Schools 




TOWNS a 




I— 1 ^ 














V 


u d 


e^ 
















£ ft 


'3 " 














g 


«» 




„ 


C^ 


CO 


■* 


•o 




S 


S-a 


""S 


a 


a> 


C 


e 


o 




73 


00 M 


® s 


73 


T3 


•a 


T3 


73 




a 




6 


C3 

o 




03 

O 




u 

O 




144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


100 


Walpole . . . . - 


- 


- 


228 


213 


156 


156 


153 


101 


Dracut 






- 


11 


- 


101 


112 


93 


70 


89 


102 


Franklin 






- 


- 


- 


158 


175 


129 


126 


118 


103 


Millbury 






- 


- 


- 


147 


125 


124 


92 


113 


104 


Falmouth 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


106 


South Hadley 






_ 


18 


_ 


171 


148 


136 


117 


99 


106 


Maynard 






- 


- 


- 


129 


119 


100 


88 


80 


107 


Spencer 






47 


- 


- 


105 


81 


72 


87 


62 


108 


Auburn 






— 


- 


- 


195 


191 


147 


119 


132 


109 


Winchendon 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


no 


Mansfield 






_ 


- 


_ 


170 


147 


124 


118 


123 


111 


Westborough 






- 


- 


- 


105 


82 


80 


73 


85 


112 


Uxbridge 






71 


- 


- 


128 


114 


91 


87 


91 


113 


Amherst 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


114 


Canton 






- 


- 


- 


98 


83 


76 


74 


81 


115 


Wareham 






_ 


_ 


_ 


138 


217 


177 


153 


155 


116 


Ipswich 






- 


- 


- 


116 


87 


84 


91 


93 


117 


loxborough . 






— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


118 


Tewksbury . 






- 


14 


- 


106 


96 


83 


82 


76 


119 


Somerset 






- 


- 


- 


139 


143 


110 


96 


116 


120 


Great Barrington 






_ 


13 


_ 


119 


100 


102 


84 


85 


121 


Abington 






- 


- 


- 


148 


135 


101 


101 


82 


122 


Orange 






- 


18 


- 


111 


125 


83 


90 


85 


123 


Monson 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


124 


Easton 






- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


- 


~ 




Total 


2,108 


401 


48 


9,499 


9,087 


7,708 


7,036 


6,780 




















6-3-3 












Mkmbobship 


IN Public Dat 










BLUMKNTABT SCHOOLS ( 


GRADES I TO Tl) 




TOWNS g 


k 


[3 














o 




S-B 














u 


o 


a « 














c! 


"""C IB 

§"2 0- 


m T3 IS 
k< bc (B 


e 




CO 


IS 






-a 


S S s 


£ CO! 


T3 


T3 


T3 


■u 


T3 




a 

a 


aS ft 


■$ O'a 


b 


2 


S 


s 


2 




O 


O 


c5 


o 


O 


o 


O 



100 Walpole 

101 Dracut 

102 Franklin 

103 Millbury 

104 Falmouth 

106 South Hadley 

106 Maynard 

107 Spencer 

108 Auburn 

109 Winchendon 

110 Mansfield . 

111 Westborough 

112 Uxbridge 

113 Amherst 

114 Canton 

115 Wareham 

116 Ipswich 

117 Foxborough 

118 Tewksbury 

119 Somerset 



120 Great Barrington 

121 Abington 

122 Orange 

123 Monson 

124 Easton 

Total 



164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


71 


16 


- 


200 


214 


163 


138 


149 


- 


- 


18 


124 


157 


112 


125 


118 


- 


_ 


_ 


137 


128 


127 


115 


83 


- 


- 


- 


123 


113 


107 


78 


87 


67 


- 


- 


78 
150 


83 
115 


74 
110 


81 
85 


56 
79 


4,113 


425 


101 


8,496 


8,060 


6,905 


6,152 


6,006 



Pt. IL 

Population or Over — Concluded 



71 



Schools by Gbaobb, Oct. 1, 19 '9 



(Grades I to 


VIII) 


c 




High Schools (Four Years) 














•a » 










•» >> 












ai 3 
































.5 

05 C_ 




c3 


>> 


C3 




!3 « 




o 
























-0 T) 




(u S 2 

T3 aj-g 


15 


>. 


e 


■H 


1 


■°l 


"3' 


T3 


t-t u 


03 


S"" <= 


o 


2 


o 


jd 




o 


2 


C5 O 


o 


O 


H 


i^ 


CQ 


H 


1^ 


P<H 


H 


O 



152 

130 
93 
107 
105 



93 

91 

77 

137 



90 
81 

78 



124 



69 
126 



85 
89 
91 



153 

125 

78 

135 

114 



79 

82 

82 

139 



108 
71 
103 

70 

150 
69 



106 

85 
84 
76 



154 

135 

82 

107 

100 



92 
84 
64 
126 



89 
71 
64 

61 

102 
71 

68 
92 

70 
93 

82 



155 



156 

1,296 
729 

1,055 
920 



953 

773 

677 

1,186 



969 
648 
827 

610 

1,216 
686 

674 

928 

743 
833 
761 



6,671 6,374 6,085 



61,797 



157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


153 


124 


123 


101 


2 


503 


1,799 


73 


77 


74 


56 


2 


282 


1,011 


113 


76 


79 


83 


4 


355 


1,410 


100 


90 


73 


67 


- 


330 


1,250 


103 


99 


71 


74 




347 


1,300 


73 


65 


62 


63 


1 


264 


1,037 


81 


91 


63 


51 


3 


289 


966 


129 


94 


82 


83 


- 


388 


1,574 


70 


68 


59 


59 


_ 


256 


1,225 


73 


52 


41 


53 


- 


219 


867 


89 


82 


54 


67 


1 


293 


1,120 


92 


72 


72 


53 


- 


289 


899 


83 


118 


87 


69 


_ 


357 


1,573 


99 


85 


72 


76 


2 


334 


1,020 


67 


41 


45 


35 


1 


189 


863 


105 


74 


68 


66 


- 


313 


1,241 


90 


86 


73 


74 


_ 


323 


1,066 


75 


68 


60 


66 


1 


270 


1,103 


84 


84 


60 


56 


3 


287 


1,048 


6,907 


6,275 


5,378 


5,117 


109 


23,786 


85,583 



Ststbu* 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 







JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 






SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 










(grades VII TO ix) 






(grades X TO XIl) 


























o gja o o 






a 
















N W 1 




S 


so 

-a 




ade 
irst 
unior 

ade 
unior 

ade 
unior 






ade 1 

ade 1 

ade '. 
post- 
p-adu 


■3 














a 


















O 


H 


O O O 


H 


o 


O O O 


H 


O 



172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


134 


1,085 


142 


99 


123 


364 


96 


89 


78 


1 


264 


1,713 


95 


749 


111 


93 


85 


289 


96 


63 


49 


1 


209 


1,247 


107 


697 


95 


91 


121 


307 


ll5 


83 


98 


5 


296 


1,300 


94 


602 


104 


70 


70 


244 


79 


67 


59 


2 


207 


1,053 


62 
83 


434 
689 


56 
78 


53 
69 


67 
96 


176 
243 


39 
80 


40 
75 


41 

58 


- 


120 
213 


730 
1,145 



5,796 46,054 i 5,846 5,572 5,723 17,141 i 5,611 5,169 5,010 



92 15,882 I 79,077 



72 



Group II. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of 5,000 



TOWNS 



FtTLii Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OP 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 



S2 

o g 



Sif, 



SECONDART SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 



!>>0 



>,° 







184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


100 


Walpole . 


13 


13 


5 


17 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


101 


Dracvit 


5 


15 


1 


12 


- 


- 


1 


- 


102 


Frnnklin . 


5 


18 


5 


1 


_ 


1 


2 


2 


103 


Millburv . 


7 


10 


5 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


104 


Falmouth . 


4 


21 


7 


7 


- 


- 


1 


- 


105 


South Hadley . 


4 


14 


3 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


106 


Maynard . 


9 


16 


1 


3 


- 


1 


2 


- 


107 


Spencer 


5 


2 


1 


11 


- 


- 


2 


- 


108 


Aiiburn 


10 


11 


1 


22 


_ 


2 


1 


- 


109 


Winchendon 


3 


16 


5 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


110 


Mansfield 


8 


10 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 


111 


WesLborough 


2 


16 


1 


4 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


112 


Uxbridge . 


9 


8 


4 


4 


1 


2 


4 


- 


113 


Amherst . 


2 


3 


1 


19 


1 


- 


1 


- 


114 


Ca/iton 


6 


5 


3 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


115 


Wareham . 


3 


21 


5 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


116 


Ipswich 


7 


4 


8 


1 


1 


5 


1 


1 


117 


Foxborough 


5 


13 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


118 


Tewksbury 


2 


9 


3 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


119 


Somerset . 


7 


9 


2 


9 


2 


3 


1 


1 

2 


120 


Great Barrington 


6 


12 


2 


4 


2 


1 


_ 


121 


Abington . 


9 


10 


4 


7 


1 


- 


- 


- 


122 


Orange 


2 


15 


1 


7 




- 


- 


- 


123 


Monson 


5 


3 


- 


- 




1 


- 


3 


124 


Easton 
Total . 


4 


11 


4 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 




988 


1,399 


372 


1,101 


68 


77 


55 


49 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, classified according to Training, 



HIGH SCHOOLS 



graduate op 





TOWNS 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL WITH 






ID 


normal SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>, 




ith 

diploma 
(2 years) 

ith 

diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

'ith 
degree 


o 


years 
only 

years 
or more 


11 






o 


^ ^ ts 




IN CO 


W 






204 


2«5 206 207 


208 


209 210 


211 


100 


Walpole . 


18 


1 3 1 


- 


- — 


- 


101 


Dracut 


8 


- - 4 


- 


- - 


1 


102 


Franklin . 


12 


- - 5 


- 


- — 


- 


103 


Millbury . 


14 


_ _ _ 


— 


- - 


- 


104 


Falmouth . 


14 


1 - 6 


- 


- 


- 


105 


South Hadley . 


15 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


- 


106 


Maynard . 


12 


- - 2 


- 


1 


- 


107 


Spencer 


11 


_ _ _ 


- 


— — 


- 


lOH 


Auburn 


9 


- - 5 


— 


— - 


- 


109 


Winchendon 


9 


- - 2 


- 


- 


- 


110 


Mansfield 


13 


1 2 


_ 


_ 


- 


111 


Westborough 


10 


1 2 


- 


- — 


- 


112 


Uxbridge . 


9 


- 2 - 


- 


1 


— 


113 


Amherst . 


15 


3 


- 


1 


- 


114 


Canton 


8 


1 - 4 


- 


- 


- 


115 


Wareham . 


12 


1 - 2 


_ 


2 1 


- 


116 


Ipswich 


11 


- - 2 


- 


1 


1 


117 


Foxborcugh 


10 


1 2 


- 


- - 


- 


118 


Tewksbury 


7 


- 2 2 


- 


- — 


- 


119 


Somerset . 


8 


1 3 


1 


1 


- 


120 


Great Barrington 


11 


_ _ _ 


1 


1 1 


- 


121 


Abington . 


11 


1 2 


- 


1 


- 


122 


Oranfre 


10 


1 1 


2 


1 


- 


123 


Monson 


8 


_ _ _ 


- 


- - 


- 


124 


Easton 
Total . 


12 


1 


- 


- 


- 




1,595 


37 67 207 1 


23 


23 27 


14 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



73 



Condurfed 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1950 



"S-a 



I- 

t3t3 



junior high schools 



GRADUATE OF 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 






O u 



SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 



192 


193 

48 
34 


194 


195 


196 


197 




198 


199 


200 


201 


202 203 


- 


34 
30 
40 


6 


- 


- 


4 




- 


- 


2 


- 


- 12 


- 


36 
32 
21 

47 
27 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


3 


1 


2 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 13 


1 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


_ 


32 
27 


6 


1 


1 


7 




_ 


~ 


~ 


— 


- 15 


" 


21 


~ 


~ 




~ 




~ 


~ 


~ 


*" 


~ - 


- 


39 
28 
22 
19 
34 


4 


1 


1 


1 




- 


- 


- 


~ 


7 


- 


29 
31 
25 
12 
23 


4 
3 


1 

1 


- 


2 




2 


1 


- 


- 


6 
8 


3 


4,112 


460 


82 


51 


170 




11 


n 


14 


5 


- 804 


Jan. 1, 


1950 


School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 


Buildings 

USED FOB 








"3 
o 

•o-o 

^° 
^ <a 
o "> 


"3 
o 
H 


a a 
O 


i| 

0-3 
H 


la gs 


<a o 

o ^ 

CO 4> 

M o 

•go 

m 


"3 
o 


s 


t. D, 
O c 

1-5 


B 
03 


-a 

4) 

o 


Total 
Valuation 

OF 

School 
Propebtt 


212 


213 

23 
13 
17 
14 
21 


214 

1 


215 

1 


216 217 

1 1 
1 
3 

1 2 
1 


218 

4 
5 
3 
4 
5 


219 

6 
6 
7 
8 
6 


220 
5 
5 
6 

7 
4 


221 

1 


222 


222a 


223 

$691,442 00 
437,500 00 
763,200 00 
290,250 00 
624,900 00 


- 


15 
15 
11 
14 
11 


1 


1 


1 

3 
2 1 

4 


5 
5 
1 
4 
4 


6 
5 

4 
8 
9 


5 
4 
3 

7 
6 


2 




1 


605,645 07 
811,521 00 
468,170 69 
1,376,750 00 
447,000 00 


- 


16 
13 
12 
19 
13 


2 


1 

1 
1 


1 1 
1 
1 

1 3 
3 


3 
3 

4 
4 
2 


6 
4 
7 
9 
6 


5 
3 
6 
6 
5 


1 




1 


465,700 00 
399,000 00 
702,235 00 
781,439 89 
369,100 00 


- 


18 
15 
13 
11 
14 


1 


1 
1 
1 


1 1 
1 

2 1 

1 


5 

4 
2 

3 
4 


8 
5 
7 
3 
6 


7 
3 
6 
2 
5 


- 




1 


438,300 00 
595,000 00 
349,193 00 
267,750 00 
626,276 00 


- 


14 
15 
15 
8 
13 


2 


1 

1 
1 


1 2 
1 
2 


4 
3 
2 
2 
2 


t 

e 

4 

7 


3 
2 
5 
3 
6 


- 




- 


477,126 25 
983,300 00 
403,250 00 
300,700 00 
593,653 00 


- 


1,993 


17 


38 


23 102 


450 


630 


502 


33 


81 


14 


$102,226,101 98 



74 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



e-s 



_3 0» 



Teaching Staff in All Public Dat 
Schools — Kindehqarten, Elementary 
Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 1950 




125 Leicester 

126 Swansea 

127 Wrentham . 

128 Wilmington . 

129 Oxford 


4,851 
4,684 
4,674 
4,645 
4,623 


130 Teinpleton . 

131 Blackstone . 

132 Medfield 

133 Williamstown 

134 Lee . 


4,601 
4,566 
4,384 
4,294 
4,222 


135 Dalton 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 

138 Holden 

139 East Bridgewater . 


4,206 
4,134 
4,130 
3,924 
3,832 


140 Westford 

141 Sharon 

142 Provincetown 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer 


3,830 
3,737 
3,668 
3,690 
3,572 


145 Rockport 

146 Warren 

147 Barre 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown 


3,556 
3,531 
3,528 
3,505 
3,503 


150 Nantucket . 

151 Westwood 

152 Holbrook . 

153 Bourne 

154 North Brcokfield . 


3,401 
3,376 
3,330 
3,315 
3,304 


155 Medway 

156 West Bridgewater 

157 Pepperell 

158 Hopedale 

159 Cohasset 


3,297 
3,247 
3,114 
3,113 
3,111 


160 Norton 

161 HoUiston 

162 Dighton 

163 Bellingham . 

164 Lancaster 


3,107 
3,000 
2,983 
2,979 
2,963 


165 Lenox 

166 Hanover 

167 Kingston 

168 Sutton 

169 Acton 


2,884 
2,875 
2,783 
2,749 
2,701 


170 Hopkinton . 

171 Deerfield 

172 Douglas 

173 Hadkv 

174 Charlton 


2,697 
2,684 
2,617 
2,576 
2,567 


175 Groton 

176 Harwich 

177 Ashland 

178 Manchester . 

179 Marshfield . 


2,550 
2,536 
2,479 
2,472 
2,419 


180 Northhorough 

181 Duxbury 

182 Avon . 

183 Merrimae 

184 Yarmouth . 


2,382 
2,359 
2,335 
2,320 

2,286 



$4,215,625 
5,744,560 
4,800,365 
7,550,062 
3,876,599 

3,657,188 
2,440,128 
3,181,765 
7,534,245 
4,658,700 

5.761,450 

8,.542,275 

15,469,605 

5,056,807 

6,887,905 

4,079,696 
7,489,504 
6,411,380 
13,110,440 
4,131,525 

7,101,000 
2,930,915 
3,049,458 
6,8.56,386 
1,891,919 

12,877,520 
9,179,798 
3,605,974 

12,687,461 
2,947,805 

3,868,748 
4,735,838 
3,102,449 
3,483,749 
10,556,939 

3,530,600 
4,051,295 
3,523,709 
4,140,715 
3,21^,444 

4,732,930 
3,982,702 
6,565,600 
2,296,.549 
4,269,560 

3,668,260 
4,953,440 
2,226,516 
3,290,940 
2,062,429 

3,848,728 
9,850,700 
4,139,864 
9,364,680 
10,392,325 

2,357,005 
8,580,105 
2,028,900 
2,017,850 
9,462,975 



1 


30 


32 


2 


34 


36 


- 


22 


24 


_ 


39 


40 


- 


34 


36 


1 


31 


33 


3 


18 


22 


1 


19 


22 


- 


39 


40 


- 


28 


28 


1 


33 


36 


1 


27 


30 


2 


35 


39 


_ 


44 


45 


1 


31 


34 


1 


31 


33 


1 


35 


37 


_ 


26 


26 


- 


42 


44 


- 


35 


36 


_ 


26 


27 


- 


19 


21 


3 


24 


27 


3 


31 


35 


- 


20 


22 


_ 


23 


25 


1 


34 


36 


1 


24 


25 


_ 


29 


30 


- 


13 


16 


_ 


23 


23 


_ 


28 


29 


- 


24 


26 


2 


21 


23 


- 


29 


31 


_ 


23 


23 


_ 


23 


24 


1 


28 


30 


- 


23 


24 


- 


17 


17 


_ 


21 


22 


_ 


23 


24 


_ 


21 


23 


- 


19 


19 


1 


24 


26 


_ 


23 


24 


_ 


22 


23 


_ 


18 


18 


_ 


22 


23 


- 


18 


18 


2 


18 


21 


_ 


22 


24 


_ 


20 


22 


1 


20 


21 


- 


25 


27 


_ 


19 


20 


1 


26 


28 




16 


17 


_ 


17 


17 


- 


19 


20 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



75 



PupiLB IN All 


Public Day 


Schools 


— Kindergarten, 


Elembntart. Jttniob 


High, 




a 






High — 


Yeab 


ENDING 


Jdne 30, 


1950 








"23 

s7 




d 






o 








S cf "3 "s 

l:Pl 


HI 




•a 


>. 


>. 




^.2 








^3„o 


o °° 




1 
■ft 

3 




eg 




^1 

c ^ 




1 
M a 

si 




upila for 
town paid 
for not les 
hali of scho 




2 
>> 


«2 


^ 


< 


< 




< 




<i 




Dh 


:z: 




Z 



12 



847 


139,297 


791 


176 


840 


_ 


34 


960 


149,821 


860 


174 


928 


10 


41 


514 


83,350 


472 


177 


511 


1 


4 


1,489 


231,202 


1,339 


173 


1,455 


- 


54 


1,057 


175,471 


974 


180 


1,029 


1 


28 


830 


135,030 


777 


174 


818 


1 


14 


457 


71,085 


404 


177 


417 


_ 


31 


448 


72,876 


419 


174 


451 


_ 


8 


929 


150,188 


835 


180 


902 


2 


47 


729 


120,490 


667 


180 


717 


2 


55 


859 


144,891 


800 


181 


846 


_ 


31 


873 


136,852 


785 


174 


848 


_ 


6 


979 


155,240 


877 


180 


951 


18 


1 


1,045 


173,845 


981 


177 


1,038 


1 


6 


842 


137,806 


774 


178 


830 


4 


21 


778 


128,015 


714 


179 


754 


3 


4 


912 


144,823 


832 


178 


912 


4 


8 


590 


93,096 


533 


175 


569 


- 


13 


819 


128,387 


724 


177 


796 


_ 


22 


1,080 


150,512 


867 


174 


949 


- 


378 


662 


105,098 


597 


176 


636 


_ 


_ 


528 


86,671 


479 


179 


508 


_ 


76 


666 


107,774 


611 


176 


650 


_ 


11 


900 


145,051 


847 


171 


881 


_ 


10 


596 


95,108 


550 


172 


583 


- 


72 


582 


90,858 


520 


175 


544 


_ 


_ 


935 


154,601 


867 


177 


930 


_ 


7 


733 


117,861 


682 


173 


721 


_ 


14 


747 


112,802 


673 


179 


714 


4 


7 


442 


72,583 


408 


178 


425 


- 


53 


604 


99,185 


553 


179 


592 


2 


29 


752 


120,966 


675 


179 


732 


8 


19 


701 


111,879 


616 


176 


650 


5 


8 


538 


' 87.183 


497 


175 


527 




12 


615 


101,127 


562 


180 


614 


3 


12 


731 


118,393 


672 


176 


719 


_ 


_ 


648 


103,932 


589 


176 


630 


_ 


10 


747 


119,347 


683 


174 


725 


_ 


163 


615 


97,524 


555 


176 


591 


1 


16 


399 


65,593 


369 


178 


398 


1 


8 


625 


83,208 


463 


181 


499 


10 


1 


565 


87,679 


518 


181 


553 


_ 


18 


563 


93,816 


522 


180 


550 


_ 


2 


556 


89,274 


519 


180 


546 


1 


8 


582 


92,775 


534 


175 


567 


- 


37 


604 


94,001 


552 


170 


596 


3 


6 


471 


73,110 


437 


167 


463 


_ 


11 


489 


80,997 


462 


175 


484 


2 


5 


474 


76,909 


440 


175 


461 




10 


608 


99,785 


554 


180 


597 


1 


11 


552 


87,139 


505 


173 


535 


_ 


10 


494 


77,839 


434 


180 


467 


_ 


2 


559 


86,332 


511 


169 


541 


3 


3 


384 


61,699 


355 


173 


377 






607 


96,264 


544 


180 


585 


- 


15 


567 


92,441 


514 


180 


555 


_ 


11 


566 


83,678 


504 


180 


549 


_ 


6 


473 


74,856 


433 


173 


459 


_ 


12 


482 


76,983 


437 


176 


465 


_ 


13 


648 


100,219 


580 


173 


615 


- 


105 



76 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Itemized Expendituebs fob Support or All PtrBLic 



TOWNS 



ftiS 



to t- -J 
(O Si a 



■g-S 

o 



16 



17 



19 



125 


Leicester 


$8,765 81 


$91,142 18 


$1,677 69 


.$3,654 08 


126 


Swansea 


7,558 97 


103,755 98 


3,405 35 


6,808 81 


127 


Wrentham . 


2,732 14 


63,261 33 


1,729 98 


3,053 03 


128 


Wilmington . 


6,062 53 


112,107 13 


3,497 28 


5,129 61 


129 


Oxford 


3,614 96 


97,734 00 


2,450 73 


4,062 62 


130 


Templeton . 


5,330 20 


88,477 52 


1,908 22 


2,337 52 


131 


Blackstone . 


3,888 00 


59,163 11 


1,515 22 


910 48 


132 


Medfield 


3,909 57 


53,830 00 


754 91 


8,490 83 


133 


Williamstown 


8,717 99 


122,316 20 


3,338 03 


9,328 74 


134 


Lee 


5,614 40 


77,871 38 


2,038 75 


3,821 79 


135 


Dalton 


8,394 72 


104,838 25 


3,376 17 


7,639 40 


136 


Westport 


6,015 17 


87,817 00 


1,096 19 


6,646 21 


137 


Scituate 


7,136 46 


117,696 80 


3,495 26 


6,332 31 


138 


Holden 


4,788 89 


108,721 25 


3,669 93 


5,775 51 


139 


East Bridgewater . 


3,969 64 


97,439 62 


2,180 60 


2,968 17 


140 


Westford 


6,134 79 


84,928 10 


2,926 92 


5,663 48 


141 


Sharon 


7,803 37 


113,966 36 


1,885 65 


6,970 83 


142 


Provincetown 


4,075 24 


70.927 58 


1,475 63 


5,460 49 


143 


Weston 


9,731 75 


151,230 36 


3,471 38 


12,047 79 


144 


Ayer . 


5,658 02 


91,979 00 


3,567 12 


3,980 95 


145 


Rockport 


7,176 88 


71,410 00 


764 03 


2,174 79 


146 


Warren 


4,743 75 


55,014 80 


1,540 39 


2,034 72 


147 


Barre . 


2,690 53 


67,340 13 


2,705 47 


4,319 98 


148 


Wayland 


6,633 92 


102,283 81 


3,846 51 


6,948 10 


149 


Belehertown 


2,889 93 


60,411 14 


2,255 04 


3,115 33 


150 


Nantucket . 


7,505 48 


76,000 00 


2,386 89 


4,930 24 


151 


Westwood . 


7,675 00 


117,683 38 


4.617 86 


5,540 67 


152 


Holbrook 


3,887 14 


66,710 50 


1,864 96 


3,010 88 


153 


Bourne 


7,140 34 


81,369 88 


1,874 95 


4,862 41 


154 


North Brookfield . 


4,623 38 


42,920 19 


1,517 37 


1,745 03 


165 


Medway 


2,841 47 


64,112 98 


2,468 09 


2,645 20 


156 


West Bridgewater 


7,105 27 


78,095 00 


2,989 13 


5,793 35 


157 


Pepperell 


4,034 38 


63,974 50 


1,727 61 


1,429 75 


158 


Hopedale 


5,416 07 


67,786 85 


1,526 87 


3,227 13 


159 


Cohasset 


4,453 60 


88,378 51 


1,576 37 


7.696 62 


160 


Norton 


6,052 44 


59,725 57 


1,800 00 


3,000 63 


161 


Holliston 


1,717 86 


61,419 98 


2,591 05 


2,491 10 


162 


Dighton 


6,356 63 


79,018 15 


1,172 69 


2,503 60 


163 


Bellingham . 


3,862 95 


60,902 91 


1,421 27 


1,285 21 


164 


Lancaster 


2,526 61 


44,870 00 


1,589 99 


1,981 47 


165 


Lenox . 


7,084 25 


62,584 75 


1,220 81 


4,121 88 


166 


Hanover 


3,121 85 


61,185 64 


1,129 95 


5,644 35 


167 


Kingston 


4,366 21 


60,167 37 


1,417 84 


1,906 63 


168 


Sutton 


4,037 81 


49,984 11 


1,732 36 


1,727 49 


169 


Acton . 


4,585 48 


62,972 38 


2,001 30 


2,715 11 


170 


Hopkinton . 


3,716 41 


59,834 87 


1,382 68 


2,139 65 


171 


Deerfield 


3,787 18 


65,345 92 


1,261 57 


3,872 00 


172 


Douglas 


5,757 71 


44,746 73 


1,499 51 


1,541 17 


173 


Hadley 


4,026 19 


52,656 27 


1,687 46 


5.128 31 


174 


Charlton 


4,921 01 


43,550 08 


1,406 54 


2,219 38 


175 


Grot on 


4,394 00 


55,598 54 


2,419 40 


2,734 25 


176 


Harwich 


4,949 26 


66,187 78 


1,240 83 


3,171 25 


177 


Ashland 


3,963 12 


57,562 85 


1,179 23 


3,026 80 


178 


Manchester . 


6,078 14 


58,850 50 


903 40 


6,224 96 


179 


Marshfield . 


5,850 28 


78,516 44 


2,053 45 


5,042 99 


180 


Northborough 


4,017 15 


48,344 52 


1,536 28 


2,704 47 


181 


Duxbury 


4,710 56 


84,406 30 


2,979 96 


8,631 30 


182 


Avon . 


4,020 77 


40,323 01 


775 58 


2.133 06 


183 


Merrimac 


2,574 87 


42,358 42 


1,017 36 


1.784 55 


184 


Yarmouth . 


5,351 80 


71,832 78 


2,519 13 


5,784 14 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLs — Continued 



77 



Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation — Ybar ending June 30, 1950 



c a o 



.a 



transportation 



o tn 

H 



20 




21 




22 


23 




24 




25 


S12,759 


76 


SI, 464 


10 


$351 83 


$2,097 


54 


$10,243 88 


- 


21,686 


67 


11,208 


19 


1,387 30 


2,108 


86 


14,847 


20 


- 


14,196 


78 


4,431 


05 


246 23 


565 


42 


6,023 


00 


S;i32 39 


16,161 


21 


17,370 


62 


5 00 


2,863 


43 


16,115 


00 


- 


13,324 


07 


4,034 


85 


- 


3,184 


01 


15,445 


50 


- 


13,634 


54 


4,906 


12 


_ 


2,211 


76 


9,312 


65 


- 


12,398 88 


4,099 


24 


_ 


800 00 


10,039 


68 


— 


9,441 


60 


1,216 


96 


_ 


976 


28 


3,294 


00 


— 


22,104 


28 


2,431 


16 


499 66 


2,857 


03 


12,513 


00 


— 


14,961 


70 


3,859 


19 


- 


300 


00 


6,328 


78 


11 50 


20,239 


16 


28,183 


24 


501 88 


2,744 


59 


4,451 


10 


- 


18,622 


44 


5,264 


76 


326 99 


3,532 


25 


18,701 


20 


- 


19,614 


34 


10,451 


27 


377 68 


4,751 


41 


17,003 


53 


1,269 21 


23,289 


87 


6,901 


65 


92 85 


1,665 


88 


18,088 


35 


- 


15,475 


32 


1,802 


45 


- 


3,310 


53 


7,987 


09 


- 


16,406 


39 


3,979 


63 


_ 


316 


50 


11,504 


50 


53 50 


19,390 


44 


9,981 


87 


- 


1,881 


99 


12,148 


68 


- 


11,932 


52 


1,371 


94 


176 69 


1,800 


00 


- 




— 


27,239 


10 


7,629 


27 


503 62 


3,073 


67 


17,685 


00 


- 


17,457 


93 


1,836 


51 


- 


1,204 


07 


2,482 


00 


- 


13,033 


18 


1,249 


17 


202 97 


1,718 


91 


984 


15 


- 


9,175 


49 


1,371 


95 


280 10 


1,043 


85 


7,809 


27 


540 00 


12,819 


95 


4,477 


35 


_ 


1,720 


20 


12,575 


40 


- 


22,071 


31 


3,917 


49 


430 63 


2,136 


90 


12,100 


00 


- 


7,909 


24 


3,501 


14 


- 


2,567 


10 


15,891 


00 


- 


12,908 


52 


2,015 


62 


90 55 


2,170 


66 


4,928 


75 


107 12 


21,550 


58 


5,167 


19 


806 03 


2,007 


08 


8,703 


52 


— 


14,006 30 


8,120 


78 


_ 


2,280 


88 


1,700 


00 


— 


17,004 


79 


5,186 


72 


448 48 


445 


41 


11,818 


96 


— 


6,651 


65 


3,027 


98 


24 97 


1,853 


04 


7,456 


00 


- 


13,137 


42 


3,214 


02 


246 78 


1,272 


56 


3,086 


00 


- 


14,979 


94 


10,048 


04 


9 80 


1,878 


35 


6,635 


01 


10,541 93 


12,046 


93 


2,540 


18 


- 


386 


04 


8,360 


00 


- 


13,734 


11 


2,439 


55 


- 


1,500 


00 


2,907 


24 


- 


14,100 


51 


10,328 


61 


34 93 


4,378 


35 


10,287 


14 


63 46 


9,684 41 


1,500 


00 


_ 


1,400 


00 


9,253 


00 


- 


11,164 


78 


3,981 


73 


_ 


751 


45 


4,752 


00 


— ■ 


13,363 


29 


2,265 


50 


525 66 


4,722 


47 


7,940 


00 


— 


14,158 


45 


2,989 


58 


199 17 


1,056 


72 


11,920 


00 


— 


7,264 


72 


2,806 


70 




647 


48 


5,681 


00 


490 85 


18,371 


91 


6,873 


64 


_ 


2,620 


02 


6,964 


39 


260 00 


12,779 


60 


4,591 


10 


- 


2,515 08 


12,567 


64 


— 


11,031 


55 


3,631 


37 


49 50 


1,824 


62 


7,943 44 


- 


8,476 


05 


2,645 


26 


39 78 


1,252 


99 


10,422 


63 


— 


14,792 


97 


1,021 


89 


20 75 


250 


00 


7,250 00 


115 00 


7,133 


36 


3,995 


68 


166 06 


1,215 


57 


9,256 


50 


25 79 


13,893 


06 


5,137 


40 


— 


1,767 


72 


9,586 85 


— 


9,215 


90 


3,461 


01 


_ 


1,370 


53 


6,952 


50 


140 00 


11,318 


84 


4,019 


47 


200 00 


1,700 


00 


5,674 


20 


- 


8,867 


72 


1,619 


97 


377 84 


631 


70 


10,275 


31 


~ 


10,028 


16 


2,985 


52 


268 82 


852 


32 


12,830 


96 


- 


17,881 


64 


2,332 


03 


385 04 


684 


04 


9,084 


10 


- 


10,672 


85 


12,833 


51 


270 89 


2,818 


24 


9,977 


89 


— 


13,483 


17 


3,589 


62 


297 45 


5,487 


89 


806 


45 


— 


13,607 


95 


3,350 


31 


142 62 


2,479 


51 


14,448 54 


296 90 


9,393 


55 


2,534 


06 


94 71 


514 


04 


8,046 


73 


- 


16,078 41 


3,100 


37 


302 59 


1,953 


81 


15,183 


86 


— 


7,082 90 


3,642 


00 


174 32 


1,168 99 






— 


5,423 


74 


4,112 


42 


99 32 


1,067 


76 


3,400 00 


- 


13,155 47 


8,263 


55 


- 


1,294 21 


14,818 


14 


- 



78 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 
Tovv^Ns OF Less than 5,000 Population 







Itemized Expenditures for Support of All 








Public Schools 


— Day, Evening 


Vacation 


EXPBNDITTrRB 






— Year ending June 30, 1950 - 


-Con. 




BNDINQ JUNB 








C 
o 




22 




TOWNS 




3 
1 


a 
a 

m 










1 

•3 


e3 
1 

i 


o 

o 




O 






26 


27 


28 




29 


125 


Leicester 


_ 


$3,732 94 


$135,889 81 


$6,960 17 


126 


Swansea 


'. $329 97 


4,507 37 


176,604 


67 


65 91 


127 


Wrectham . 


21 43 


2,839 66 


99,232 44 


1,117 14 


128 


Vt'ilmiDgtoii . 


- 


686 07 


179,996 


88 


- 


129 


Oxford 


- • 


753 65 


144,604 


29 


- 


130 


Templeton . 


816 42 


446 98 


129,380 93 


49,470 27 


131 


Blackstone . 


- 


- 


92,814 


61 


- 


132 


Medfield 


_ 


- 


81,914 


15 


- 


133 


WUliamstown 


'. 461 39 


7,257 29 


191,824 77 


102 57 


134 


Lee 


313 19 


554 72 


115,675 40 


- 


135 


Dalton 


_ 


3,136 18 


183,504 


69 


10,274 03 


136 


Westport 


'. 72 45 


271 42 


148,366 


08 


756 97 


137 


Scituate 


3,306 35 


4,092 51 


195,526 


13 


597,797 32 


138 


Holden 


799 26 


468 28 


174,261 


72 


- 


139 


East Bridgewater . 


• 


- 


135,123 


42 


525,000 00 


140 


Westford 


551 47 


305 42 


132,770 


70 


_ 


141 


Sharon 


1,032 35 


639 65 


175,701 


19 


- 


142 


Provincetown 


- 


106 06 


97,326 


15 


- 


143 


Weston 


- 


12,641 20 


245,253 


14 


460.856 58 


144 


Ayer . 


; 2,600 00 


10 05 


128,201 


65 


- 


145 


Rockport 


_ 


1,603 37 


100,307 


45 


_ 


146 


Warren 


- 


597 47 


84,151 


79 


3,680 24 


147 


Barre . 


- 


736 00 


109,485 


01 


- 


148 


Wayland 


- 


12 10 


160,380 


77 


70 00 


149 


Belchertown 


. 


395 94 


98,935 


86 


3 85 


160 


Nantucket . 


_ 


2,571 11 


115,614 


94 


_ 


151 


Westwood 


; 93 67 


- 


173,844 


98 


25,000 00 


152 


Hol'i rook 


- 


680 88 


102,262 


32 


— 


153 


Bourne 


815 96 


2,315 83 


133,283 


73 


26 40 


154 


North Brookfield . 


. 


347 25 


70,166 


86 


- 


155 


Med way 


_ 


956 85 


93,981 


37 


294 79 


156 


West Bridgewater 


'. 2,725 00 


232 53 


141,033 


35 


- 


157 


Pepperell 


1,214 29 


1,511 48 


97,275 


16 


— 


158 


Hopedale 


- 


3,374 32 


101,912 


14 


— 


169 


Cohasset 


. 


16,777 66 


158,075 


76 


163,985 85 


160 


Norton 


_ 


1,492 42 


93,908 


47 


_ 


161 


Holliston 


_ 


1,627 10 


90,497 


05 


46 00 


162 


Dighton 


— 


1,020 34 


118,888 


33 


- 


163 


Bellingham . 


- 


1,374 32 


99,170 


58 


- 


164 


Lancaster 


; 215 98 


736 43 


68,811 


23 


- 


165 


Lenox . 


1,412 17 


259 26 


111,773 


08 


_ 


166 


Hanover 


- 


378 98 


103,914 


19 


380 23 


167 


Kingston 


147 95 


- 


92,486 


48 


- 


168 


Sutton 


- 


147 97 


80,466 


45 


300,066 71 


169 


Acton . 


. 


545 00 


96,269 


88 


219 60 


170 


Hopkinton . 


715 10 


2,820 89 


92,402 


56 


_ 


171 


Deerfield 


24 00 


469 60 


105,145 


30 


199 70 


172 


Doujilas 


270 00 


432 78 


75,387 84 


- 


173 


Hadley 
Charlton 


- 


1,400 76 


87,811 


50 


13,283 60 


174 


; 44 04 


2,675 06 


76,588 65 


108,136 99 


175 


Groton 


393 43 


453 77 


92,959 


17 


5,745 86 


176 


Harwich 


- 


19,929 61 


125,845 


58 


55,578 11 


177 


Ashland 


i 267 65 


118 55 


102,680 


58 


119,179 24 


178 


Manchester . 


— 


2,788 28 


98,509 


86 


- 


179 


Marshfield . 


- 


2,052 76 


127,841 


75 


4,636 12 


180 


Ncrthborough 


145 07 


115 09 


77,445 


67 


190 00 


181 


Duxbury 


— 


173 79 


137,420 95 


- 


182 


A^ on . 


; 99 95 


251 60 


59,672 


18 


672 97 


183 


Merrimac 


— 


269 26 


62,107 


70 


611 39 


184 


Yarmouth . 


i 


2,963 28 


125,982 


50 


378 75 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



79 



FOB 

30, 


GtrTLAT, Year 
1950 




Valuation of 

1949 PER Pupil 

IN Net Averaqb 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1950 


Expenditure for 
School Support from 

Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 
1949, PER $1,000 Val- 
uation 


Rate of Total Tax 

PER $1,000 

Valuation, 1949 




c 


^ 




i 


o 
o 
"3 


t .si 


s -si 
1 II 


1 

a 
< 






30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 




$768 76 

2,993 56 

916 38 

368 35 

1,320 00 


S7,728 93 

3,059 47 

2,033 52 

368 35 

1,320 00 


$5,230 88 
6,404 67 
9,450 33 
5,389 84 
3,869 105 


S17 74 39 
15 49 60 
17 46 44 
12 53 85 
23 90 6 


$56 80 
36 00 

45 00 

46 00 
61 00 


5 
76 
39 
34 

2 




2,635 59 
2,340 00 
880 43 
1,085 75 
5,522 82 


52,105 86 

2,340 00 

880 43 

1,188 32 

5,522 82 


4,543 99 
6,322 69 
7,182 56 
8,791 36 
7,016 58 


21 43 12 
20 81 17 
14 07 70 
17 20 46 
17 47 43 


48 00 
54 00 
50 00 

45 00 

46 00 


31 

7 
18 
45 
39 




1,651 25 
1,041 13 
41,711 07 
2,681 77 
1,771 39 


11,925 28 

1,797 10 

639,508 39 

2,681 77 

526,771 39 


7,069 57 
10,145 30 
15,981 15 
4,895 94 
7,242 53 


25 14 2 
11 95 88 
10 34 93 
20 39 19 
16 38 51 


47 00 
32 00 
43 00 
53 20 
41 00 


34 
99 
57 
8 
63 




196 68 

1,483 11 

1,708 03 

13,444 47 

5,582 18 


196 68 

1,483 11 

1,708 03 

474,301 05 

5,582 18 


5,418 83 
8,248 38 
11,531 23 
16,939 13 
7,236 54 


21 15 13 
18 13 35 

12 81 83 
14 00 75 

13 49 80 


42 00 
48 00 

43 00 
38 50 
46 00 


62 
30 
56 
74 
37 




1,549 09 

1,943 12 

368 57 


1,549 09 
3,680 24 

2,013 12 
372 42 


11,165 26 
6,785 60 
4,772 96 
7,872 45 
3,702 106 


11 37 91 

14 69 67 
21 58 11 

15 21 63 
23 09 7 


46 00 
44 00 
48 00 
44 00 

47 00 


40 
49 
26 
50 
33 




656 00 
8,667 33 

231 38 
2,091 00 

155 75 


656 00 

33,667 33 

231 38 

2,117 40 

155 75 


23,672 3 
9,946 31 
5,100 89 

17,870 11 
7,924 44 


8 51 104 
13 90 77 
20 23 20 

8 92 101 
11 16 92 


31 00 
40 00 
52 00 
40 00 

48 00 


101 
70 
11 
64 
29 




1,138 70 

759 75 
514 80 
329 29 


1,433 49 

759 75 

514 80 

164,315 14 


6,847 59 
6,568 64 
4,795 95 
6,765 62 
17,449 12 


17 89 38 
22 44 8 
19 45 28 
24 12 4 
12 03 87 


45 00 

42 00 

43 00 
42 00 
39 00 


43 

61 
54 
59 

72 




1,043 58 
982 42 

1,598 26 
774 00 

1,940 83 


1,043 58 
1,027 42 
1,598 26 
774 00 
1,940 83 


4,910 92 
6,534 66 
6,270 71 
7,189 55 
8,224 40 


16 11 55 

15 05 65 

16 21 54 
14 05 71 

14 04 72 


42 40 

43 00 
35 00 
39 00 
55 00 


58 
51 
84 
71 
6 




2,917 92 
1,179 76 
1,177 53 
1,125 92 
248 92 


2,917 92 

1,559 99 

1,177 53 

301,182 63 

468 52 


9,317 34 
7,444 50 
11,981 21 
4,261 104 
8,056 41 


19 24 30 
18 01 37 
10 22 94 
21 88 9 
14 03 73 


50 00 
46 00 
32 00 
61 00 
37 60 


17 
38 
97 
3 
79 




947 22 
163 56 
517 75 
537 03 
7,999 27 


947 22 

363 26 

517 75 

13,820 63 

116,136 26 


6,186 73 
10,959 28 
4,629 97 
7,297 52 
3,514 107 


17 19 47 
15 63 59 
21 04 16 
14 03 74 
20 80 18 


42 00 
36 00 
45 00 
35 00 
62 00 


60 
82 
41 
85 
1 




2,220 12 
2,697 35 
9,077 86 
1,001 29 
1,934 23 


7,965 98 

58,275 46 

128,257 10 

1,001 29 

6,570 35 


7,331 51 
21,184 4 

7,652 48 
24,840 2 
18,232 10 


17 67 41 

8 66 103 
15 09 64 

9 52 97 
9 45 98 


45 00 
38 00 
44 00 
43 00 
38 00 


42 
76 
47 
53 
75 




2,613 29 

2,402 05 

266 51 

732 27 

3,355 73 


2,803 29 
2,402 05 
939 48 
1,343 66 
3,734 48 


4,333 102 
15,801 16 
4,539 100 
4,464 101 
18,555 9 


19 49 27 
13 86 78 
19 71 24 
19 54 26 
8 72 102 


50 00 
34 00 
49 00 
59 00 
36 80 


20 
87 
25 
4 
81 



80 



Gkoup III 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



EXPENDITUBE FOR SUPPORT OF AlL PtJBMC 

Year ending 



towns 


FROM LOCAL TAXATION 


FROM STATE 

REIMBURSEMENT (iNCLUDINQ 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 




1 
O 

a 

<! 


Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 


-J 


1 

s 

< 






Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 


.So. 
-J 



125 Leirester 

126 Swansea 

127 Wrentham 

128 Wilmington 

129 Oxford 

130 Templeton 

131 Blackstone 

132 Medfield 

133 Williamstown 

134 Lee . 

135 Dalton 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 

138 Holclen 

139 East Bridgewater 

140 Westford 

141 Sharon 

142 Provincetown 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer . 

145 Rockport 

146 Warren 

147 Barre . 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown 

160 Nantucket . 

151 Westwood . 

152 Hoi! rook . 

153 Bourne 

154 North Brookfield 

155 Medway 

156 West Bridgewater 

157 Pepperell 

158 Hopedale 

159 Cohasset 

160 Norton 

161 Holliston 

162 Dishton 

163 Beilinpham 

164 Lancaster 

165 Lenox . 

166 Hanover 

167 Kingston 

168 Sutton 

169 Acton . 

170 Hopkinton 

171 Deerfield 

172 Douglas 

173 Hadley 

174 Charlton 

175 Groton 

176 Harwich 

177 Ashland 

178 Manchester 

179 Marshfield 

180 Northborough 

181 Duxbury 

182 Avon . 

183 Merrimac 

184 Yarirouth 



38 



39 



40 



41 



42 



S74,782 95 


$92 78 


92 


88,952 


25 


99 


17 


84 


83,797 


67 


164 


96 


20 


94,637 


71 


67 


55 


107 


92,632 


58 


92 


45 


93 


78,359 


02 


97 


34 


88 


60,774 


95 


131 


54 


40 


44,771 


42 


101 


06 


77 


129,581 


81 


151 


20 


29 


81,374 


43 


122 


65 


52 


144,819 


72 


177 


69 


13 


102,097 


92 


121 


26 


56 


160,014 


32 


165 


30 


19 


102,621 


65 


99 


34 


82 


96,414 


64 


118 


59 


68 


86,282 


12 


114 


58 


62 


135,740 


57 


149 


49 


30 


82,093 


51 


147 


65 


31 


183,603 


82 


237 


21 


2 


55,720 71 


97 


58 


86 


80,704 


12 


126 


89 


48 


43,030 


58 


99 


61 


81 


65,784 


19 


102 


95 


73 


104,246 


52 


119 


69 


57 


43,663 


87 


85 45 


102 


109,536 94 


201 


35 


8 


127,013 


47 


138 


26 


35 


72,919 


81 


103 


14 


72 


113,123 


25 


159 


33 


25 


32,891 


96 


88 


42 


98 


69,215 


18 


122 


50 


53 


106,243 


52 


147 


36 


32 


60,327 


34 


93 


24 


90 


84,015 


36 


163 


14 


22 


127,024 


37 


209 


96 


5 


66,885 


21 


79 


12 


104 


60,961 


36 


98 


32 


85 


57,119 


00 


101 


64 


76 


58,184 


00 


101 


01 


78 


45,154 


46 


115 48 


59 


91,060 43 


179 


23 


12 


71,716 


98 


134 


05 


38 


67,069 


21 


122 


39 


54 


50,247 


68 


93 


22 


91 


59,882 


10 


112 


99 


64 


63,050 


51 


106 


32 


70 


77,422 


37 


171 


29 


17 


46,839 


97 


97 


38 


87 


46,147 


45 


102 


32 


75 


42,897 


61 


73 


08 


105 


68,003 


09 


129 


53 


44 


85,267 


57 


183 


35 


11 


62,444 


95 


115 


43 


60 


89,189 


01 


236 


58 


3 


98,161 


49 


172 


21 


16 


45,939 


06 


84 


45 


103 


118,949 


65 


219 


06 


4 


39,976 


54 


89 


43 


97 


39,411 


40 


87 


19 


99 


82,514 


69 


161 


79 


23 



43 



1.46,774 


72 


$68 03 


38 


51,692 


92 


67 


63 


40 


15,043 


74 


29 


61 


95 


70,112 


43 


50 


04 


56 


47,817 


85 


47 


72 


61 


40,164 


69 


49 


89 


57 


41,857 


60 


108 


44 


4 


20,524 80 


46 


33 


68 


44,428 


65 


51 


84 


50 


24,321 


69 


36 


63 


86 


23,319 


30 


28 


61 


96 


37,770 


18 


44 


86 


70 


23,240 


87 


24 


01 


103 


60,238 


11 


58 


31 


36 


34,563 


78 


42 


50 


75 


39,041 


36 


51 


85 


49 


32,375 


99 


35 


66 


89 


19,227 


11 


34 


68 


91 


32,740 


84 


42 


30 


78 


33,136 


49 


58 03 


37 


17,370 


34 


27 


31 


99 


27,781 


05 


64 


31 


23 


37,612 


41 


58 


86 


32 


29,996 


71 


34 


44 


92 


36,724 


46 


71 


87 


15 


6,734 


00 


12 


38 


106 


25,110 


70 


27 


21 


100 


27,538 


92 


38 


95 


83 


17,448 


62 


24 


58 


102 


26,739 


26 


71 


88 


14 


23,189 


43 


41 


04 


79 


32,218 


92 


44 


69 


71 


29,154 


35 


45 06 


69 


14,354 


83 


27 


87 


98 


17,232 


56 


28 


48 


97 


33,933 


64 


47 


20 


63 


24,283 


47 


39 


17 


81 


36,193 


95 


62 


62 


26 


37,223 


79 


64 


62 


22 


20,976 


80 


63 


65 


46 


20,636 


65 


40 


62 


80 


27,630 


16 


51 


46 


52 


20,126 


14 


36 


73 


85 


29,084 


18 


63 


96 


45 


26,960 


23 


60 


87 


53 


26,689 


72 


43 


32 


73 


26,644 


68 


58 


73 


33 


24,324 


26 


50 


57 


54 


27,401 


69 


00 


76 


28 


30,661 


10 


52 


23 


48 


23,233 


49 


44 


25 


72 


12,370 


00 


26 


60 


101 


25,465 


10 


47 


05 


64 


3,930 


00 


10 


42 


107 


20,613 


77 


36 


99 


88 


25,334 


64 


46 


57 


66 


19,672 


96 


36 


23 


87 


18,952 


65 


42 


40 


77 


17,694 


87 


39 


15 


82 


21,656 


58 


42 


46 


76 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



81 



Continued 



Day Schools — 


- Classified as to Souece, 














Amount 


PAID TO TOWM 


Dec. 31, 1949 


















FROM 


— 


°s! 


















9 a 
t- 






.1^ 

.&T3 O 

ID a 


O 

Q 
o 




FROM ALL SOURCES 






.eSoO 




l'"'^^' 






a 




.ss 




!_■ ^ 








sM 


"~ 






^« te 






Z2 ^ L 


^ d""1 




^6^i 


From 
tuitioE 
portat 
wards 


11 

< 


1 



a 
< 




Per pu 
averag 
memb 
ship 


3 >-o 

^ c^ ^ 




Group 
in net 
age m 
bershi 


School 
of Ge 
(C. 6 
Nove 


Oi 

CO 


School 
tion 
(0. 6 
Nove 
1949 


44 


45 


46 




47A 


47B 


48 


49 




50 


S95S 99 


«347 82 


$122,864 48 


$146 


27 


$152 


44 


90 


S42,941 


21 


83,833 51 


2.596 00 


25,614 43 


168,855 


60 


181 


96 


188 


24 


52 


42,680 


27 


9,012 65 


740 35 


108 75 


99,690 


51 


195 


09 


196 


24 


41 


11,287 


89 


3,755 85 


1,381 92 


2,011 98 


168,144 


04 


115 


56 


120 


02 


107 


60,601 


68 


9,510 75 


3,499 12 


- 


143,949 


55 


139 


89 


143 


66 


98 


42,551 


97 


4,492 55 


686 94 


1,189 56 


120,400 


11 


147 


19 


149 


57 


93 


35,935 


84 


3,068 75 


- 


2,522 16 


95.154 


61 


228 


19 


246 


51 


19 


35,620 


70 


4,991 63 


885 09 


3,094 99 


69,276 


30 


153 


61 


156 


38 


86 


18,835 


23 


1,239 00 


2,168 86 


9,723 98 


185,903 


30 


206 


10 


216 


92 


29 


36,508 


71 


7,919 94 


103 75 


8,095 64 


113,895 


51 


158 


85 


171 


53 


63 


22.380 


53 


1,941 16 


_ 


7,216 15 


175,355 


17 


207 


28 


215 


16 


30 


23,319 


30 


_ 


931 55 


- 


140,799 


65 


166 


04 


167 


22 


73 


23,631 


41 


14,238 77 


- 


170 05 


183,425 


24 


192 


88 


189 


49 


49 


12,010 


87 


11,230 00 


898 52 


1,320 22 


165,078 


50 


159 


04 


159 


80 


84 


50,391 


07 


8,687 49 


1,120 05 


1.384 63 


133,473 


10 


160 


81 


164 


17 


79 


30,731 


04 


3,822 74 


1,407 93 


677 66 


127,409 


07 


168 


98 


169 


20 


68 


33,007 


71 


6,033 65 


1,095 11 


2,532 99 


171,744 


66 


188 


32 


189 


15 


50 


30,368 


49 


2,007 50 


207 68 


9,015 26 


110,543 


56 


194 


28 


198 


82 


39 


19,227 


11 


_ 


- 


13,599 64 


229,944 


30, 


288 


87 


297 


09 


4 


21,033 


04 


11.707 80 


- 


28,820 77 


117,677 


97 


124 


00 


206 


09 


34 


31,976 49 


- 


_ 


128 86 


98,203 


32 


154 


41 


154 


41 


89 


17,370 34 


_ 


1,799 05 


9,589 38 


82,200 


06 


161 


81 


190 


28 


47 


20,923 


09 


5,639 96 


- 


2,604 40 


106,001 


00 


163 


08 


165 


89 


75 


27,371 


68 


9,467 40 


1,657 50 


152 22 


136,052 


95 


154 


43 


156 


20 


87 


25,201 


71 


4.795 00 


9.824 91 


- 


90,213 


24 


154 


74 


176 


54 


57 


25,757 


63 


10,740 00 


_ 


_ 


116,270 


94 


213 


73 


213 


73 


31 


4,551 


50 


2,182 50 


281 00 


- 


153,005 


17 


164 


52 


165 


77 


76 


21,546 


10 


3.564 60 


887 00 


812 53 


102,158 


26 


141 


69 


144 


50 


97 


26,572 


53 


_ 


- 


935 85 


131,507 


62 


184 


18 


185 


22 


53 


9,816 


21 


7.632 31 


1.990 41 


5,139 78 


66,761 


41 


157 


09 


179 


47 


54 


22,260 


92 


3,607 00 


2,401 21 


609 04 


95,414 


86 


161 


17 


168 


88 


71 


23,189 


43 


_ 


1,645 90 


925 01 


141,033 


35 


192 


67 


195 


61 


43 


27,302 


21 


3,631 62 


789 49 


628 41 


90,899 


59 


139 


85 


140 


49 


99 


23,079 


35 


4,915 00 


1.593 88 


71 63 


100,035 


70 


189 


82 


194 


24 


44 


12,768 


51 


1,586 32 


429 72 


13.389 11 


158,075 


76 


257 


45 


261 


28 


10 


9,935 42 


7.297 14 


196 25 


_ 


91,015 


10 


126 


59 


126 


59 


106 


27,898 


69 


4,845 00 


989 98 


437 95 


86,672 


76 


137 


58 


139 


79 


100 


22,868 


47 


1,415 00 


— 


22,177 80 


114,490 


75 


157 


92 


203 


72 


36 


28,810 


97 


5,195 00 


1.820 35 


271 24 


97,499 


38 


164 


97 


169 


27 


67 


29,718 


78 


6,345 00 


1.339 53 


- 


67,469 


79 


169 


52 


172 


56 


60 


18,949 


80 


2,026 00 


- 


87 00 


111,773 


08 


223 


99 


220 


03 


27 


18,062 


68 


2,572 97 


1,436 53 


1,337 05 


102,020 


71 


184 


49 


190 


69 


46 


18,281 


63 


9,248 52 


- 


- 


87,195 


35 


158 


54 


159 


12 


85 


17,698 


97 


2,427 17 


616 25 


11 85 


79,959 


96 


146 


45 


148 


35 


95 


21,514 


84 


6,989 25 


261 50 


3.901 02 


91,004 


85 


160 


50 


171 


71 


61 


23,962 


73 


2,997 50 


706 86 


199 74 


89,646 


83 


150 


41 


151 


18 


92 


19,580 


32 


5,150 20 


1,227 09 


64 19 


105,253 


33 


227 


34 


232 


87 


22 


19,472 


68 


7,072 00 


- 


332 32 


71,496 


55 


147 


72 


148 


64 


94 


20,637 


26 


3,687 00 


2,144 94 


576 77 


76,270 


85 


165 


45 


169 


11 


69 


23,406 


95 


3,994 74 


1,638 96 


20 46 


75,218 


13 


125 


99 


128 


14 


105 


22,943 


53 


6,747 78 


1.334 45 


500 02 


93,071 


05 


173 


96 


177 


28 


55 


16.170 


14 


7,063 35 


- 


21.397 29 


119,024 


86 


254 


87 


255 


97 


13 


8,159 


28 


4,210 72 


326 44 


887 81 


89,114 


30 


164 


72 


164 


72 


78 


20,699 


83 


3,786 20 


- 


- 


93,119 


01 


247 


00 


247 


00 


17 


3,930 


00 




348 10 


2,594 64 


121,618 


00 


207 


89 


213 


36 


32 


10,795 


77 


9,718 00 


1,133 30 


759 28 


73,166 


28 


131 


83 


134 


50 


103 


19,448 


89 


5,112 42 


1.200 39 


- 


139,823 


00 


254 


69 


257 


50 


12 


12,083 


60 


7,589 36 


595 92 


664 78 


60,189 


89 


131 


13 


134 


65 


102 


17,986 


17 




1.133 13 


46 52 


58,285 


92 


125 


35 


128 


95 


104 


16,336 


54 


875 00 


295 10 


24,871 86 


129,338 


23 


210 


31 


253 


60 


15 


10,133 


69 


11,522 89 



82 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Ykab Grades in 



TOWNS 



Public Day Elementaht Schools 




PBINCIPAL8 



PUPILS ENROLLED 







51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Leicester 

Swansea 
Wrentham . 
Wilmington . 
Oxford 


8 
8 
6 
8 
8 


3 


4 
4 
3 
4 
4 


1 


4 

1 
5 


17 
23 

27 
20 


319 
399 

635 
437 


334 
302 

505 
402 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Templeton . 
Blackstone . 
Medfield 
Williamstown 
Lee 


8 
8 
6 

8 
8 


3 


4 
4 
3 

4 
4 


- 


4 
2 


22 
10 

25 
14 


354 
147 

373 

269 


275 
151 

312 

221 


135 
136 
137 

138 
139 


Dalton 

Westport 

Scituate 

Holden 

East Bridgewater . 


8 
8 
6 
8 
6 


3 
3 


4 
4 
3 
4 
3 


1 


2 
2 


18 
22 

30 


316 
376 

423 


284 
36S 

370 


140 
141 
142 
143 
144 


Westford 

Siiaron 

Provincetown 

Weston 
Ayer . 


8 
6 
6 
6 
8 


3 
3 
3 


4 
3 
3 
3 

4 


1 


4 
1 


21 
23 


317 
423 


293 
430 


145 

146 
147 
148 
149 


Rockport 
Warren 
Barre . 
Wayland 
Belchertown 


6 
8 
8 
6 
8 


3 


3 

4 
4 
6 

4 


1 
1 


4 
3 


11 
16 
20 
14 


185 
274 
366 
243 


170 
234 
319 
216 


150 
151 
152 
153 
154 


Nantucket . 

Westwood . 

Holbrook 

Bourne 

North Brookfield . 


8 
6 
8 
8 
8 


3 


4 
3 

4 
4 
4 


1 

2 


3 

2 
2 

1 


14 

14 

19 

6 


235 

300 
291 
145 


192 

243 
280 
132 


155 
156 

15/ 
158 
169 


Medway 

West Bridgewater 

Pepperell 

Hopedale 

Cohasset 


8 
6 
8 
8 
8 


3 


4 
3 
4 
4 
4 


1 

1 


4 

4 
2 


12 

14 
12 
18 


225 

289 
216 
241 


237 

264 
200 
243 


160 
161 
162 
163 
164 


Norton 
Holliston 
Dighton 
Bellingham . 
Lancaster 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


- 


4 

4 

2 
1 


13 
14 
14 
13 
10 


330 

267 
221 
264 
166 


280 
211 
210 
231 
160 


165 
166 
167 
168 
169 


Lenox . 
Hanover 
Kingston 
Sutton 
Acton . 


8 
6 
6 
8 
6 


3 
3 


4 
6 
3 
4 
3 


- 


1 


13 
13 


207 
257 


201 
204 


170 
171 
172 
173 
174 


Hopkinton . 

Deerfield 

Douglas 

Hadley 

Charlton 


8 
8 

8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 


1 
1 

2 


14 
12 
12 
14 
13 


247 
181 
206 
199 
243 


223 
146 
153 
172 
242 


175 
176 
177 
178 
179 


Groton 
Harwich 
Asiiland 
Manchester . 
Marshfield . 


6 
6 
8 
8 
6 


3 
3 

3 


3 
3 
4 
4 
3 


1 


1 
2 


12 
11 


231 
171 


197 
143 


180 
181 
182 
183 
184 


Northborough 
Duxbury 
Avon . 
Merrimac 
Yarmotith . 


8 
6 
8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
6 
4 

4 
4 


- - 


1 

1 

1 


12 

8 
11 

8 


204 

181 
194 
207 


217 

166 
186 
208 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Contimied 



83 



(GbADBS I TO 


VIII), Year 


ENDINO 


Jxjnb30, 


1950 








1 


>> 
"o 

h 

TO tD 

> — 
< 


13 

a 

U (O 

< 


1 

1 
a 

bl 
ca 

> 


BXPENDITTJBE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


^3S3 


1 




i ills 




60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


107,622 
107,552 


174 
172 


615 
625 


653 
675 


$81,217 31 
106,995 06 


$124 38 
158 51 


$56,528 27 
66,613 40 


$926 75 
2,390 37 


175,391 
139,215 


170 
180 


1,028 
773 


1,116 
821 


125,712 93 
97,872 29 


112 65 
119 21 


78,316 73 
67,614 00 


1,837 66 
1,710 52 


103,057 
45,293 


172 
175 


599 
261 


632 
271 


90,833 78 
42,581 23 


143 72 
157 13 


65,980 99 
26,849 20 


1,331 93 
573 25 


110,760 
79,839 


180 
180 


616 
444 


668 

484 


107,983 79 
48,369 10 


161 66 
99 94 


74,393 54 
31,987 75 


1,985 54 
1,076 21 


100,746 
115,315 


181 
173 


556 
665 


591 
719 


108,333 15 
108,132 18 


183 30 
150 39 


60,144 75 
68,088 51 


2,374 22 
558 01 


131,828 


176 


750 


696 


110,672 65 


139 04 


73,619 86 


2,803 94 


101,157 


179 


565 


597 


86,901 35 


145 56 


60,697 10 


2,136 41 


116,185 


172 


676 


744 


86,280 91 


115 97 


65,218 50 


2,628 36 


58,912 

81,500 

108,083 

72,298 


178 
175 
168 
172 


325 
465 
642 
423 


342 
495 
667 
449 


47,858 37 
72,277 70 
80,322 26 
62,157 57 


139 94 
146 02 
120 42 
138 44 


32,252 60 
46,414 13 
53,453 94 
40,093 84 


1,009 23 
2,226 72 
2,456 85 
1,645 57 


64,953 


172 


377 


395 


72,439 64 


183 39 


52,200 00 


1,799 49 


86,475 
90,855 
44,592 


170 
178 

177 


509 
511 
252 


538 
543 
264 


63,857 71 
81,477 73 
32,669 63 


118 69 
150 05 
123 75 


41,255 80 
54,458 15 
22,187 40 


1,172 28 

1,507 99 

738 75 


74,837 


178 


420 


451 


58,874 35 


130 54 


42,567 96 


1,743 57 


88,105 
66,462 
78,902 


172 
174 
180 


484 
381 
438 


509 
408 
482 


54,564 64 
60,198 44 
103,153 86 


107 20 
147 55 
214 01 


37,824 50 
42,921 69 
56,727 71 


1,029 25 

1,175 03 

952 00 


98,337 
76,081 
67,352 
78,237 
52,492 


175 
175 
169 
175 
177 


562 
432 
397 
448 
297 


604 
473 
422 
475 
322 


62,913 66 
55,243 19 
65,332 35 
64,846 70 
41,998 19 


104 16 
116 79 
154 82 
136 52 
130 43 


44,287 35 
35,994 03 
47,107 79 
42,454 11 
28,740 55 


1,049 75 
1,692 17 
702 18 
1,175 36 
1,107 61 


64,048 


179 


358 


390 


59,511 06 


152 59 


38,067 65 


589 81 


73,554 


180 


432 


454 


52,105 64 


114 77 


34,721 97 


1,328 36 


72,234 
52,561 
59,139 
59,537 
80,102 


167 
171 
173 
174 
180 


431 
308 
341 
343 

445 


465 
324 
356 
360 
480 


52,580 51 
58,014 74 
43,891 14 
55,157 10 
47,234 74 


113 08 
179 06 
123 29 
153 21 
98 41 


38,102 87 
38,525 60 
28,882 15 
35,246 75 
28,619 88 


1,144 42 
911 03 
767 04 
834 77 
886 80 


64,808 
49,901 


166 
172 


391 
289 


412 
308 


59,351 94 
57,667 03 


144 06 
187 23 


35,595 85 
35,532 95 


675 63 
665 46 


67,920 


179 


379 


411 


47,987 69 


116 76 


31,097 91 


736 41 


54,387 
60,702 
61,659 


170 
175 
168 


320 
347 
365 


340 
368 
395 


29,422 61 
41,717 12 
62,096 13 


86 54 
113 36 

157 21 


21,031 81 
28,445 46 
34,420 00 


457 46 

742 01 

1,479 13 



84 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Elementary Schools 



TOWNS 



PKINCIPALS 


TEACHERS 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


-4^ 

03 




FULL TIME 


1 


Men 
Women 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


< 



68 69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


125 Leicester .... 

126 Swansea .... 

127 Wrentham .... - 1 

128 Wilmington .... - - 

129 Oxford .... 


- 


12 


171 


149 


.50,756 


130 Templeton .... 

131 Blackstone .... 

132 Medfield .... 1 

133 Williainstown ... 

134 Lee 


- 


10 


163 


123 


45,876 


135 Dalton .... 

136 Westport .... 

137 Scituate .... 1 

138 Holden .... 

139 East Bridgewater ... - 1 


2 

1 


18 
16 


301 
293 


288 

221 


93,064 
84,247 


140 Westford .... 

141 Sharon .... 

142 Provincetown ... - - 

143 Weston .... 1 

144 Ayer ..... 


2 


21 
12 
19 


325 
175 
280 


283 
183 
243 


95,548 
55,530 
79,475 


145 Rockport .... - - 

146 Warren .... 

147 Barre 

148 Wayland .... 

149 Belchertown ... - - 


- 


14 


203 


230 


67,602 


150 Nantucket .... - - 

151 Westwood .... 

152 Holbrook .... 

153 Bourne .... - - 

154 North Brookfield ... 


2 


16 


268 


282 


89,794 


155 Medway .... 

156 West Bridgewater . . - - 

157 Pepperell .... 

158 Hopedale .... 

159 Cohasset .... - - 


2 


13 


247 


226 


74,267 


160 Norton .... 

161 Holliston .... 

162 Dighton .... 

163 Bellingham .... 

164 Lancaster . ' . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


165 Lenox ..... - - 

166 Hanover .... 

167 Kingston .... - 1 

168 Sutton .... 

169 Acton 


1 


11 
10 

12 


174 
167 

193 


155 
176 

153 


53.082 
56,616 

.53,685 


170 Hopkinton .... 

171 Deerfield .... 

172 Douglas .... 

173 Hadley .... 

174 Charlton .... 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


175 Groton .... 

176 Harwich .... - 1 

177 Ashland .... 

178 Manchester .... 

179 Marshfield .... 1 


1 


12 
11 

12 


170 
140 

200 


166 
150 

174 


51.522 
46,163 

58,107 


180 Northborough ... 

181 Duxbury .... 

182 Avon 

183 Merrimac .... 

1 84 Yarmouth .... - - 


1 


12 


186 


174 


50.692 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continued 



85 



(Grades I to VI), Ybab ending June 30, 1950 





o 

ri 

< 


a 

a 
a 

la 
< 


EXPENDITtTRE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


o 


CI " 

a 

1' 


-4J 

o 

s 
< 




i 

3 
0. 


ffi 2 c 


c 2 

ag 


II 


75 


76 


77 


78 




79 


80 


81 


176 


291 


318 


$48,580 


11 




$152 77 


$32,659 71 


$557 38 


171 


269 


292 


34,669 


10 




118 


73 


25,282 50 


649 11 


177 


528 


576 


88,812 


36 




154 


19 


58,798 46 


1,730 80 


177 


475 


514 


63,470 


25 




123 


48 


46,955 48 


1,418 59 


176 
171 

176 


556 
325 
452 


615 
347 
510 


88,111 

41,119 

114,157 


24 
51 
67 




143 
118 
223 


27 
50 
84 


62,867 21 
31,558 50 
74,545 00 


931 44 

525 50 

1,493 18 


174 


389 


415 


52,119 


47 




125 


59 


39,938 00 


392 00 


177 


507 


549 


79,806 


27 




145 


37 


54,930 14 


3,161 23 


178 


416 


460 


69,407 67 




150 


89 


39,045 00 


1,476 91 


177 
180 


300 
315 


325 
335 


45,407 
44,180 


08 
52 




139 
131 


71 

88 


26,330 47 
30,962 03 


289 36 
547 89 


170 


314 


335 


41,287 


11 




123 


25 


26,633 50 


1,469 57 


170 

179 


306 
258 


327 
279 


44,766 
61,204 


10 
17 




136 
219 


90 
37 


27,799 27 
31,947 36 


1,209 70 
483 71 


175 


332 


361 


58,363 


32 




161 


67 


37,585 84 


1,219 59 


172 


320 


353 


64,884 


30 




183 


81 


40,521 08 


1,403 93 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 










~ 


"■ 



86 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Public Day Junior High Schools 



TOWNS 



PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


2 

ID 


PUPILS ENROLLED 




rULL TIME 


& 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


< 



125 Leicester 

128 Swansea 

127 Wrentham 

128 Wilmington 

129 Oxford 

130 Templeton 

131 Blackstone 

132 Medfield 

133 Williamstown 

134 Lee 

135 Dalton 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 

138 Holden 

139 East Bridgewater 



140 Westford 

141 Sharon 

142 Provincetown 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer . 

145 Rockport 

146 Warren 

147 Barre . 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown 



150 Nantucket . 

151 Westwood 

152 Holbrook 

153 Bourne 

154 North Brookfield 

155 Medway 

156 West Bridgewater 

157 Pepperell 

158 Hopedale 

159 Cohasset 

160 Norton 

161 Holliston 

162 Dighton 

163 Bellingham 

164 Lancaster 

165 Lenox . 

166 Hanover 

167 Kingston 

168 Sutton 

169 Acton . 

170 Hopkinton 

171 Deerfield 

172 Douglas 

173 Hadley 

174 Charlton 

175 Groton 

176 Harwich 

177 Ashland 

178 Manchester 

179 Marshfield 

180 Northborough 

181 Duxbury 

182 Avon . 

183 Merrimac 

184 Yarmouth . 



82 



83 



84 



85 



61 



36 



57 



129 



83 



73 
66 



63 



66 
66 



72 
70 



55 



54 



112 


104 


96 


96 


87 
62 
92 


67 
74 

75 



73 



91 



69 



58 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continued 



87 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Ybar ending June 30, 1950 



"o 

II 

'J 


>** 

< 


.o 

e 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


s 


1 
O 

B 
< 


•S a ^ 

PLHrtao2 


II 

•a o 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 




93 


94 


181 


108 


116 


S2 1,486 71 


$185 


23 


$13,371 38 


$706 12 


180 


84 


89 


21,667 75 


243 


46 


14,273 75 


52 90 


180 


193 


207 


46,504 53 


224 


66 


28,391 16 


184 55 


180 


176 


186 


33,760 73 


181 


51 


25,242 06 


300 00 


180 
180 
180 


141 
122 
155 


150 
130 
163 


37,664 78 
26,065 69 
60,681 85 


251 
200 
372 


10 
51 

28 


23,590 18 
19,684 54 
38,342 68 


351 33 
475 06 
989 10 


180 


118 


125 


21,736 22 


173 


89 


16,581 00 


173 00 


180 


20o 


216 


28,347 94 


131 


24 


21,191 17 


485 55 


180 


142 


149 


21,942 10 


147 


26 


10,692 00 


756 11 


181 
180 


128 
119 


134 
124 


27,692 63 
22,095 71 


206 

178 


66 
19 


17,427 58 
15,329 55 


420 30 
386 81 


176 


116 


121 


25,198 63 


208 


25 


18,169 44 


265 87 


180 
179 


116 
99 


121 
105 


19,508 54 
31,392 56 


161 

298 


23 

98 


11,569 71 
17,381 46 


483 88 
423 99 


180 


115 


122 


32,238 17 


264 


25 


20,380 56 


458 62 


180 


111 


119 


33i418 79 


280 


83 


21,942 61 


788 02 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


- 



P.D. 2. 
Gkoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Public Day Senior High Schools 





principals and 
teachers 


o 

E 

1 


pupils enrolled 


J. 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


1 




Men 

Women 


Boys 
Girls 


5g 
< 



95 



96 



125 Leicester 

126 Swansea 

127 Wrentham 

128 Wilmington 

129 Oxford 

130 Templeton 

131 Blackstone 

132 Medfield 

133 Wiliiamstown 

134 Lee . 

135 Dalton 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 
133 Holden 
139 East Bridgewater 



140 Westford 

141 Sharon 

142 Provincetown 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer . 

145 Rockport 

146 Wa.rren 

147 Barre . 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown 



150 Nantucket . 

151 We,tvvood . 

152 Holbrook 

153 Bourne 

154 North Brookfield 



155 


Med way 


156 


West Bridgewater 


157 


Pepperell 


158 


Hopedale 


159 


Cohasset 


160 


Norton 


161 


Holliston 


162 


Dighton 


163 


Bellingham . 


164 


Lancaster 


165 


Lenox . 


166 


Hanover 


167 


Kingston 


168 


Sutton 


169 


Acton . 


170 


Hnpkinton . 


171 


Desrfield 


172 


Douglas 


173 


Hadley 


174 


Charlton 


175 


Groton 


176 


Harwicn 


177 


Ashland 


178 


Manchester . 


179 


Marshfield . 


180 


Northborough 


181 


Duxbury 


182 


Avon . 


183 


Merrimac 


184 


Yarmouth 



97 



98 



37 



86 
61 



76 
32 
61 



44 



57 



46 
34 



44 



99 



43 



75 



55 



86 



70 



29 
43 


62 
48 


57 


49 


47 


37 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continued 



89 



(Grades X, 


XI, AND 


XII), 


Year ending June 30, 


1950 








si 
< 


>, 

u 

< 




I 

a 
a 

i 
1 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


g 


4^ 

a 

a 




Per pupil in 

average 
membersiiip 
of senior 
high schools 


01 m 
11 



101 



178 



180 



180 
180 



180 
180 
180 



180 



180 



180 



181 
180 



180 



180 
180 



180 
180 



102 



73 



66 



156 
123 

135 
86 
117 



155 



117 



90 
88 



104 



83 
77 



97 
73 



77 



70 



168 
ISO 



147 
92 
123 



96 



165 



123 



94 
91 



87 
83 



102 

77 



826,433 48 



21,667 73 



58,015 77 



42,578 31 



27,692 63 
21,844 04 

25,198 66 



24,290 53 
28,299 59 



31,389 98 
34,407 30 



105 



S343 29 



309 54 



53,072 78 


315 91 


33,922 80 


260 94 


42,121 SO 
26,065 71 
60,681 87 


286 54 
283 32 
493 35 


19,274 88 


200 78 



351 61 



346 17 



294 60 
240 04 



227 01 



279 20 
340 96 



307 74 

446 85 



106 



$17,230 24 



14,273 75 



30,507 18 
25,242 08 



27,508 97 
19,684 54 
38,342 68 



14,891 00 



41,562 07 



28,358 00 



17,427 59 
13,875 79 

18,169 44 



16,229 56 
16,858 96 



20,550 04 
21,942 61 



107 



S466 48 



52 90 



1,579 91 
462 01 



602 88 
475 07 
989 10 



189 03 



971 08 



756 11 



420 29 
483 14 



265 86 



725 83 
333 13 



375 24 
788 01 



90 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Public Day High Schools (Fouh 





■3 


PHINCIPAL8 AND 








■a 
c 




o 
o 

TOWNS ^ 

J5 

"o 

u 

« 

s 


TEACHERS 


£ 

o 

a 
a 

a 

a 
1 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


V 




FULL TIME 


>> 






1 


.3 
O 


■a 

< 




108 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Leicester ... 1 
Swansea ... 1 
Wrentham ... 1 
Wilmington ... 1 
Oxford ... 1 


6 5 

6 7 

5 7 

7 3 


1 
1 

3 


91 
137 

170 
92 


103 
122 

179 
126 


31,675 
42,269 

.55,811 
36,256 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Templeton ... 1 
Blaokstone ... 1 
Medfield ... 1 
Williamstown . . 1 
Lee .... 1 


4 3 

8 4 

8 7 
8 4 


3 
1 


104 

77 

125 
105 


97 
82 

119 
134 


31,973 
25,792 

39,428 
40,651 


135 
136 
137 
138 
139 


Dalton ... 1 
Westport ... 1 
Scituate ... 1 
Holden ... 1 
East Bridgewater . . 1 


10 5 
4 3 

6 7 


1 


138 
63 

112 


121 
71 

140 


44,145 
21,537 

42,017 


140 
141 
142 
143 
144 


Westford ... 1 
Sharon ... 1 
Provincetown . . 1 
Weston ... 1 
Ayer .... 1 


3 5 
6 5 


1 
2 


80 
102 


88 
125 


26,858 
34,327 


145 
146 
147 
148 
149 


Rockport ... 1 
Warren ... 1 
Barre .... 1 
Wayland ... 1 
Belchertown . . 1 


4 5 
4 3 
7 5 
4 3 


2 
1 
3 

1 


79 

74 

105 

70 


94 

84 

110 

67 


27,759 
26,274 
36,968 
22,810 


150 
151 
152 
153 
154 


Nantucket ... 1 
Westwood ... 1 
Holbrook ... 1 
Bourne ... 1 
North Brookfield . . 1 


4 3 

2 7 
6 3 

3 4 


1 
2 


86 

90 
71 

87 


69 

100 
105 

78 


25,905 

31,386 
21,947 
27,991 


155 
156 
157 
158 
159 


Medway ... 1 
West Bridgewater . 1 
Pepperell ... 1 
Hopedale ... 1 
Cohasset ... 1 


2 5 

5 6 

3 4 
5 5 


2 
2 


64 

66 
59 
70 


78 

82 
63 
61 


24,348 

23,774 
20,721 
22,225 


160 
161 
162 
163 
164 


Norton ... 1 
HoUiston ... 1 
Dighton ... 1 
Bellingham ... 1 
Lancaster ... 1 


2 4 

5 5 

6 6 
4 5 

3 3 


- 


40 
89 
137 
62 
35 


81 
81 
179 
58 
38 


20,056 
27,851 
51,995 
19,287 
13,101 


165 
166 
167 
168 
169 


Lenox .... 1 
Hanover ... 1 
Kingston ... 1 
Sutton ... 1 
Acton .... 1 


3 6 

4 1 


2 


55 
46 


62 
49 


19,160 
15,720 


170 
171 
172 
173 
174 


Hopkinton ... 1 
Deerfield ... 1 
Douglas ... 1 
Hadley ... 1 
Charlton ... 1 


4 4 
4 6 
4 2 
3 4 
2 3 


3 

1 


69 
77 
60 
45 
55 


65 
67 
70 
58 
68 


21,767 
20,549 
21,858 
17,372 
19,683 


175 
176 
177 
178 
179 


Groton ... 1 
Harwich ... 1 
Ashland ... 1 
Manchester ... 1 
Marshfield ... 1 


5 3 

4 4 


1 


70 
34 


61 
36 


21,524 
11,798 


180 
181 
182 
183 
184 


Northborough . . 1 
Duibury ... 1 
Avon .... 1 
Merrimac ... 1 
Yarmouth . 1 


3 4 

4 4 
2 3 

5 7 


2 
5 


62 

53 

52 

106 


84 

73 
50 

127 


24,521 

20,469 
16,281 
38.560 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



91 



Ybars), Year bndinq Jxjnb 30, 1950 



5 S 

C.2 

cms 



180 



180 



180 



180 
179 



181 
180 
180 



116 



ISO 

iso 


176 
235 


180 
180 


311 
201 


180 
181 


178 
143 


180 
182 


219 
223 


181 
180 


244 
120 



231 



191 



180 
180 
180 


146 
205 

127 


180 


143 


181 
180 
180 


173 
162 
156 


183 


133 


180 
180 
180 


132 
116 
124 


182 
180 
181 
181 
182 


110 
157 
286 
107 
72 



105 



87 



180 


121 


180 


129 


180 


121 


180 


97 


180 


109 



120 
66 



113 

90 

215 



117 



187 
253 



339 
208 



186 
146 



234 
233 



255 
129 



157 



205 



166 
155 
214 
1.34 

149 

183 
171 
161 



141 
119 
132 

115 
157 
303 

116 
76 

109 



92 



131 
139 
128 
101 
117 



129 



144 

119 

97 

220 



BXPBNDITtTRB FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 









118 

$45,906 69 
62,050 64 

48,221 42 
43,117 04 

33,216 95 
46,345 38 

75,122 99 
61,691 90 

66,776 82 
34,218 73 

58,800 18 



119 



$245 49 
245 26 



142 25 
207 29 



178 59 
317 43 



321 04 

264 77 



261 87 
265 26 



242 98 



39,734 56 


253 09 


36,262 72 


176 89 


31.549''67 
34,516 78 
73,424 59 
33,888 36 


190 06 
222 69 
343 11 
252 90 


35,669 82 


239 39 


34,517 47 
44,665 66 
32,873 85 


188 62 
261 20 
204 19 


32,265 55 


228 83 


38,626 14 
36,297 63 
50,468 30 


273 94 
305 02 
382 34 


24,942 37 
33,536 00 
47,199 35 
30,460 93 
24,286 43 


216 89 
213 61 
155 77 
262 59 
319 56 


45,177 77 


414 47 


24,323 00 


264 38 


36,105 64 
43,343 38 
25,738 99 
28,628 21 
24,432 90 


275 62 
311 82 
201 09 
283 45 
208 83 


39,365 52 
34,764 69 


305 16 
503 84 


25,440 83 


176 67 


26,228 80 
17,815 71 
58,534 57 


220 41 
183 67 
266 07 



$34,613 91 
37,142 58 

33,790 40 
30,120 00 

22,496 53 
32,313 91 

47,922 66 
45,883 63 

44,693 50 
19,728 49 

35,101 39 



24,231 00 



26,760 50 



22,762 20 
20,926 00 
48,829 87 
20,317 30 

23,800 00 

25,454 70 
26,911 73 
20,732 79 

21,545 02 

26,150 00 
24,865 16 
31,650 80 

15,438 22 
25,425 95 
31,910 36 
18,448 80 
16,129 45 

24,517 10 



15,262 14 



21,732 00 
26,820 32 
15,864 58 
17,409 52 
14,930 20 



21,967 00 
23,317 55 



17,246 61 

19,291 20 

13,912 96 

37,412 78 



1-3 
S o 



121 

$750 94 
1,014 98 

1,659 62 
740 21 

576 29 
941 97 

1,352 49 
962 54 

1,001 95 
538 18 

865 99 



790 51 



938 76 



531 16 

478 75 

1,389 66 

609 47 

587 40 

692 68 
366 96 

778 62 

724 52 

698 36 
351 84 
624 37 

750 25 

898 88 
470 51 
245 91 
482 38 

631 00 



404 00 



238 


26 


3.50 


54 


732 


47 


852 


69 


519 


74 


503 


60 


237 


94 



799 87 

318 12 

275 35 

1,040 00 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Persons 5 to 16 Years 



5 TO 7 Years 



towns 



543 



.Sow 



c3 

03 o 



m o H 
10.3 



125 Leicester 

126 Swansea 

127 Wrentham 

128 Wilmington 

129 Oxford 

130 Templeton 

131 Blackstone 

132 Medfield 

133 Williamstown 

134 Lee . 

135 Dalton 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 

138 Holden 

139 East Bridgewater 



140 Westford 

141 Sharon 

142 Provincetown 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer . 

145 Rockport 

146 Warren 

147 Barre . 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown 



150 Nantucket . 

151 West wood . 

152 Holbrook 

153 Bourne 

154 North Brookfield 

155 Medway 

166 West Bridgewater 

157 Pepperell 

158 Hopedale 

159 Cohasset 

160 Norton 

161 HoUiston 

162 Dighton 

163 Bellingham 

164 Lancaster 

165 I;enox . 

166 Hanover 

167 Kingston 

168 Sutton 

169 Acton . 

170 Hopkinton 

171 Deerfield 

172 Douglas 

173 Hadley 

174 Cbarlton 

175 Groton 

176 Harwich 

177 Ashland 

178 Manchester 

179 Marshfield 

180 Northborough 

181 Duxbury 

182 Avon . 

183 Merrimao 

184 Yarmouth . 



130 



231 


136 


62 


264 


115 


65 


130 


97 


12 


326 


233 


14 


222 


114 


6 


160 


116 


4 


231 


96 


135 


83 


82 


1 


162 


151 


11 


220 


114 


46 


171 


115 


2 


209 


111 


11 


193 


144 


49 


234 


200 


- 


181 


113 


- 


147 


141 


6 


216 


209 


2 


101 


76 


- 


200 


171 


26 


169 


135 


6 


125 


125 


_ 


77 


62 


15 


156 


101 


— 


194 


130 


20 


138 


107 


- 


63 


63 


_ 


186 


170 


16 


164 


132 


- 


207 


106 


_ 


102 


60 


42 


144 


90 


5 


231 


161 


10 


140 


83 


- 


129 


122 


7 


144 


136 


8 


191 


126 


5 


147 


84 


2 


133 


92 


— 


151 


92 


39 


120 


57 


23 


99 


89 


10 


131 


94 


2 


143 


83 


6 


99 


67 


2 


146 


83 


10 


145 


96 


3 


127 


78 


7 


100 


65 


— 


128 


107 


_ 


130 


79 


4 


172 


132 


7 


98 


64 


_ 


133 


85 


7 


96 


74 


21 


132 


85 


4 


144 


93 


4 


91 


90 


— 


118 


82 


- 


79 


78 


1 


126 


81 


- 



134 



33 


84 


21 


79 


101 



60 



54 

87 



34 
68 



5 

25 

2 

28 



55 
44 
31 



32 
101 



49 
60 
57 



60 
61 
41 
20 
40 



35 
54 
30 
53 

46 
42 
35 
21 
47 

33 
34 
41 
1 
43 

47 

1 

36 

45 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



93 



Continued 



or Age, Oct. 1, 1949 


Illiterate 

Mtnors, 16 TO 21 

Years of Age 


16 Years 


O o 








a 
o a 
Ig 

a 


2 


a j3 

EJ C H 

•21 




la 
II -^ 

?^2 

13 


Is 

.2 
||| 


O 
.S M 


Receiving e 
tional certifi 
year ending 
31. 1949 



136 



137 



641 


244 


695 


223 


364 


23 


,178 


7 


819 


23 


587 


8 


299 


354 


329 


17 


682 


47 


447 


170 


615 


27 


685 


35 


710 


47 


714 


7 


647 


8 


636 


41 


589 


24 


419 


1 


643 


100 


456 


18 


450 


3 


327 


61 


461 




658 


46 


429 


- 


444 


_ 


702 


100 


518 


15 


550 


2 


298 


174 


452 


29 


695 


7 


647 


1 


354 


49 


414 


57 


662 


33 


486 


32 


393 


17 


463 


139 


313 


127 


371 


12 


396 


19 


410 


7 


453 


10 


400 


14 


422 


27 


300 


26 


366 


5 


359 


2 


474 


12 


412 


24 


348 


2 


407 


8 


259 


43 


442 


9 


401 


22 


388 


20 


329 


6 


362 


3 


400 





138 



139 

11 
1 
6 

12 
7 



140 



3 
12 
2 
1 
4 

1 

7 
5 



10 


1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


4 




_ 


- 


_ 


2 


5 


2 


_ 




- 


1 


1 


- 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


- 


1 


- 


— 


1 


4 


- 


2 


— 


2 


- 


6 


4 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


2 


3 


1 


- 


3 




2 




- 


_ 


8 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 



142 



143 



1 
36 



10 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membership in Pubuc Day 





TOWNS 


a 


Elemkntart Schools 




hm 

"-i. 


§ 


















o 


u S 


"« 


















u 


O ft 




'^ 
















^ 


«'S 


ft 


T3 


^ 


eq 


CO 


•>S' 


lO 






o 


St3 


m 


T3 


© 


<9 


» 


o 


o 






T3 


m « 


0) 


03 


T3 


■d 


T3 


-a 


-0 










6 


tc 


(3 

o 


<S3 

a 


C3 


2 
O 


o 






144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


125 


Leicester 


_ 


_ 




_ 


108 


93 


76 


73 


75 


126 


Swansea 


_ 


- 




- 


114 


92 


84 


79 


80 


127 


Wrentham . 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


128 


Wilmington . 


16 


- 




- 


184 


166 


133 


131 


116 


129 


Oxford 


• 


- 




- 


112 


121 


110 


117 


84 


130 


Templet on . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


101 


95 


85 


73 


73 


131 


Blackstone . 


- 


- 




- 


70 


50 


40 


28 


34 


132 


Medfield 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


133 


WUliamstown 


69 


- 




1 


92 


99 


75 


65 


65 


134 


Lee . . . . 


45 


- 




- 


74 


60 


53 


56 


47 


135 


Dalton 


_ 


_ 




_ 


88 


88 


79 


85 


62 


136 


Weatport 


_ 


_ 




_ 


129 


87 


89 


84 


82 


137 


Scituate 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


138 


Holden 


_ 


- 




_ 


151 


132 


108 


85 


94 


139 


East Bridgewater . 


• 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140 


Westford 


. 






_ 


87 


88 


74 


59 


72 


141 


Sharon 


— 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


142 


Provincetown 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


143 


Weston 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


144 


Ayer . 


. 


- 




- 


200 


125 


85 


83 


80 


145 


Rockport 


. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


146 


Warren 


- 


- 




- 


51 


61 


36 


35 


42 


147 


Barre . 


— 


- 




- 


90 


70 


72 


64 


55 


148 


Wayland 


- 


- 




- 


124 


97 


87 


89 


69 


149 


Belchertown 


. 


- 




- 


73 


78 


54 


56 


50 


150 


Nantucket . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


57 


56 


42 


66 


52 


151 


Westwood . 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


152 


Holbrook 


— 


- 




- 


92 


99 


68 


78 


48 


153 


Bourne 


- 


- 




- 


92 


75 


74 


68 


62 


154 


North Brookfield . , 


. 


- 




- 


47 


38 


34 


32 


33 


155 


Medway 


_ 


- 




- 


78 


60 


52 


61 


53 


156 


West Bridgewater 


— 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


"" 


157 


Pepperell 


- 


- 




- 


86 


77 


76 


68 


74 


158 


Hopedale 


50 


- 




- 


70 


46 


44 


48 


31 


159 


Cohasset 


69 


- 






81 


65 


48 


50 


43 


160 


Norton 


_ 


_ 




_ 


125 


90 


65 


67 


67 


161 


Holliston 


_ 


- 




- 


78 


74 


68 


43 


55 


162 


Dighton . . ■ 


_ 


- 




- 


88 


55 


46 


49 


41 


163 


Bellingham . 


— 


- 




- 


58 


85 


57 


61 


60 


164 


Lancaster 


. 


- 




- 


57 


46 


35 


43 


39 


165 


Lenox . 


38 


- 




- 


52 


53 


53 


43 


55 


166 


Hanover 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


~ 


"" 


~ 


167 


Kingston 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


168 


Sutton 


! 


- 




- 


58 


77 


47 


71 


59 


169 


Acton . 


. 






- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 




170 
171 


Hopkinton . 
Deerfield 


. 


- 




- 


74 
61 


82 
48 


60 
41 


46 
43 


50 
33 


172 


Douglas 


- 


- 




- 


55 


48 


40 


46 


40 


173 


Hadley 


'. 29 


- 




- 


64 


55 


42 


41 


42 


174 


Charlton 


. 


- 




- 


75 


59 


62 


64 


62 


175 


Groton 


. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


176 


Harwich 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


~ 


~ 


177 


Ashland 


— 


- 




- 


68 


59 


56 


59 


45 


178 


Manchester . 


39 


- 




- 


40 


38 


32 


32 


30 


179 


Marshfield . 


. 


- 




- 


~ 


- 


~ 


~ 




180 


Northborough 


. 


- 




- 


78 


54 


52 


60 


44 


181 
182 


Duxbury 
Avon . 


; ; I 


: 




_ 


52 


58 


44 


43 


43 


183 


Merrimac 


\ _ - 


15 




- 


62 


66 


40 


51 


31 


184 


Yarmouth 


'. 


- 




- 


66 


57 


55 


51 


38 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



95 



Continued 



Schools bt Gbadks, Oct 


. 1, 1949 


















(Obaddb I TO 


VIII) 






HiQH Schools (Fottb Ybabs) 




















■OS 










St 


















Grade 6 
Grade 7 


so 
O 


s 


3 

o 


g 

>> 

tN 

s 


0) 

§ 

m 


>> 


1 


If 


"* 

1 


Grand tota 



152 



78 



86 



59 



45 



153 



76 



73 



63 



40 



56 



35 



154 155 



85 
68 


79 
88 


66 
80 


147 

98 


128 
98 


121 
92 


65 
29 


63 

26 


66 
22 


80 
46 


76 
51 


60 
45 


61 
93 


62 
77 


62 
78 



74 



61 



48 


37 


42 


64 


40 


53 


65 


68 


76 


47 


59 


47 


63 


53 


47 


55 


48 


52 


62 


76 


63 


19 


31 


34 


67 


52 


39 


53 


56 


55 


45 


41 


44 


49 


33 


46 


65 


84 


44 


55 


47 


46 


53 


54 


41 


50 


53 


50 


30 


37 


39 



42 



55 


54 


49 


37 


37 


27 


39 


45 


46 


38 


27 


33 


45 


46 


67 


54 


48 


33 


35 


32 


30 



156 



656 
685 


61 

82 


55 
63 


47 
65 


28 
54 


,142 
832 


100 

84 


113 
42 


78 
46 


64 
41 


621 
299 


70 
52 


50 
33 


46 
31 


32 
43 


682 
477 


61 
74 


65 
61 


55 
51 


58 
53 


587 
719 


67 
48 


65 
25 


63 
29 


62 
30 



798 



600 



748 



352 
508 
675 
464 

426 

540 
572 
268 

462 

545 
419 
484 

607 
466 
427 
474 
326 



403 



459 



470 
327 
359 
371 
480 



423 
308 



417 



157 



68 



54 



73 



36 



38 



158 



62 



67 



23 



27 



46 



159 



61 



31 



26 



17 



160 



63 



30 



41 



58 


43 


43 


29 


36 


44 


34 


44 


61 


58 


48 


42 


44 


26 


39 


28 


42 


52 


38 


22 


61 


55 


37 


37 


42 


56 


49 


38 


68 


37 


37 


33 


46 


38 


31 


27 


46 


49 


28 


25 


37 


26 


32 


25 


33 


42 


30 


26 


32 


34 


29 


25 


49 


47 


37 


36 


72 


93 


63 


85 


49 


32 


20 


19 


22 


22 


18 


13 



30 



46 


37 


24 


27 


35 


40 


35 


33 


40 


31 


34 


24 


29 


30 


23 


21 


40 


30 


25 


26 


40 


31 


24 


35 


26 


19 


10 


16 



26 



161 



162 



191 
255 



355 
213 



198 
159 



239 
239 



258 
132 



254 



163 



223 



173 
158 

212 
137 

154 

190 

184 
165 

142 

148 
120 
133 

120 
169 
313 
120 
75 



116 



_ 


134 


1 


144 


1 


130 




103 


- 


121 


1 


131 




70 



35 


30 


38 


343 


34 


28 


29 


30 


- 


121 


34 


42 


33 


374 


34 


30 


21 


17 


- 


102 


48 


44 


30 


389 


74 


63 


43 


53 


- 


233 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



125 Leicester 

126 Swansea 

127 Wrentham 
12S Wilmington 

129 Oxford 

130 Templeton 

131 Blackstone 

132 Medfield 

133 Williamstown 

134 Lee . 

135 Dalton 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 

138 Holden 

139 East Bridgewater 



140 Westford 

141 Sharon 

142 Provincetown 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer . 

145 Rockport 

146 Warren 

147 Barre . 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown 



160 Nantucket . 

151 Westwood 

152 Holbrook . 

153 Bourne 

154 North Brookfield 

155 Medway 

156 West Bridgewater 

157 Pepperell 

158 Hopedale 

159 Cohasset 

160 Norton 

161 Holliston 

162 Dighton 

163 Bellingham 

164 Lancaster 

165 Lenox . 

166 Hanover 

167 Kingston 

168 Sutton 

169 Acton . 

170 Hopkinton 

171 Deerfield 

172 Douglas 

173 Hadley 

174 Charlton 

175 Groton 

176 Harwich 

177 Ashland 

178 Manchester 

179 Marshfield 

180 Northborough 

181 Duxbury 

182 Avon . 

183 Merrimac 

1 84 Yarmouth . 



6-3-3 



Membebship in Public Day 





C3 


ELEMENTABT SCHOOLS (GBADES 1 TO Vl) 


TOWNS 




"3 




































iH 














S3 


sit 


03 S 


- 


(N 

O 


M •* m 

Q O ® 




■o 


m ^ 3 




TS 


t3 


■a -o -d 




a 
3 




o 


6 


6 


c3 d oj 

o o o 



164 



78 
72 

60 



54 



165 166 



167 



49 



168 



76 



44 



169 170 



102 



77 



78 



53 



45 



71 



95 



70 



42 



43 



36 



51 



64 



171 



37 



33 



121 


114 


78 


94 


92 


108 


107 


75 


66 


70 


120 
65 
99 


107 
59 
66 


86 

74 
64 


72 

48 
78 


60 
51 
68 



54 



81 



74 


63 


52 


46 


41 


73 


67 


56 


43 


48 



43 



69 

59 


70 
58 


46 
40 


61 
41 


49 
45 


70 


71 


53 


66 


54 


72 


50 


52 


33 


53 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



97 



Ststems 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 







JITNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(ORADGS VII TO IX) 






SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades X TO XIl) 


























O g J o o 






d 














" 5 




« 


(0 

-o 




rade 
first 
junior 

rade 
junior 

rade 
junior 




-§ 


de 1 

de 1 

de 1 

ost- 
radu 


-a 


■a 


Hi 


o 


o 


g 


2 g 2 aw 


^ 


s 


C 


H 


o o o 


H 


O 


CJ o o 


H 


o 



172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


44 


313 


40 


42 


33 


115 


30 


23 


23 


1 


77 


505 


43 


291 


31 


26 


31 


88 


25 


21 


24 


- 


70 


449 


68 


584 


73 


78 


61 


212 


65 


57 


46 


3 


171 


967 


87 


513 

w 


58 


66 


69 


193 


52 


41 


42 


1 


136 


842 


68 
53 
63 


591 
350 
510 


50 
47 
68 


56 
45 
48 


47 
38 
50 


153 
130 
166 


52 
40 
47 


45 
37 
40 


52 
33 
38 


: 


149 
110 
125 


893 
590 
801 


59 


423 


43 


50 


31 


124 


42 


27 


30 


- 


99 


646 


57 


540 


87 


58 


72 


217 


61 


51 


50 


1 


163 


920 


74 


473 


67 


45 


40 


152 


46 


49 


32 


- 


127 


752 


50 
55 


326 
342 


43 

40 


44 
33 


47 
52 


134 
125 


34 
29 


25 
34 


38 
28 


- 


97 
91 


557 
558 


44 


346 


36 


45 


40 


121 


40 


44 


30 


1 


115 


582 


37 
41 


332 

284 


52 

47 


39 
29 


33 
32 


124 
108 


33 
33 


32 
25 


26 
29 


1 


91 

88 


547 
480 


59 


373 


32 


43 


50 


125 


44 


35 


26 


- 


105 


603 


38 


352 


41 


39 


39 


119 


26 


26 


23 


2 


77 


548 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


"" 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


" 


~ 



98 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachbbs, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



TOWNS 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL 


WITH 






NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>. 




as 


With 

diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 


01 
CD 


S d 




2 

CO 






184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


125 Leicester 

126 Swansea 

127 Wrentham 

128 Wilmington . 

129 Oxford . 


7 
1 

4 
10 


1 
15 
5 
8 
4 


7 
1 
2 
3 

1 


5 

4 

5 

11 

11 


1 

1 

1 


1 


- 


1 
1 


130 Templeton 

131 Blackstone . 

132 Medfield 

133 Williamstown 

134 Lee 


5 
1 
9 
3 
3 


7 
1 

14 
6 


3 

1 

2 

. 3 


10 

1 
6 
2 


1 
3 


2 


- 


5 


135 Dalton . 

136 Westport 

137 Scituate 

138 Holden . 

139 East Bridgewatei 


2 
3 
2 
5 
1 


8 
12 
10 
14 

6 


4 
3 
6 
4 


8 
3 

5 
7 
4 


1 
1 
2 


1 


- 


1 


140 Westford 

141 Sharon . 

142 Provincetown . 

143 Weston 

144 Ayer 


4 
5 
2 
11 
4 


9 
3 
9 

13 


2 
5 

4 
5 


10 

7 
1 

6 

1 


1 
2 


- 


1 


- 


145 Rockport 

146 Warren 

147 Barre . 

148 Wayland 

149 Belchertown . 


2 
1 
5 
7 
2 


8 

6 
4 
2 


2 

2 


1 
9 
7 
10 
2 


1 
1 
5 


1 
1 


1 


1 
3 


160 Nantucket 

151 Westwood 

152 Holbrook 

153 Bourne . 

154 North Brookfield 


2 
6 
4 
3 
2 


11 
1 
4 
6 
3 


1 
4 
2 
2 


2 
9 
3 
9 
2 


1 


1 

1 

1 


- 


2 


155 Med way 

156 West Bridgewate 

157 Pepperell 

158 Hopedale 

159 Cohasset 


4 
r . 1 
1 
2 
8 


10 
8 

10 
5 

7 


1 
2 
2 


2 
6 
3 
5 

4 


1 


- 


- 


1 


160 Norton . 

161 Holliston 

162 Dighton 

163 Bellingham . 

164 Lancaster 


5 
1 
1 

7 
1 


5 
4 
8 
3 

7 


2 
1 

1 
1 


5 
7 
7 
2 
2 


- 


1 


1 


1 
2 


165 Lenox . 

166 Hanover 

167 Kingston 

168 Sutton . 

169 Acton . 


2 
2 

'. 1 
3 


11 
3 
4 
2 

8 


5 
3 

2 


1 

4 
7 
1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


170 Hopkinton 

171 Deerfield 

172 Douglas 

173 Hadley . 

174 Charlton 


6 
3 
3 

4 
2 


7 
3 
5 
9 
5 


1 


1 
4 
3 
3 
1 


1 

1 

2 


1 
1 

1 


1 


1 

1 


175 Groton . 

176 Harwich 

177 Ashland 

178 Manchester . 

179 Marshfield . 


2 

; 5 
5 
1 


9 
5 
7 
3 
2 


3 
1 
3 
5 


1 
2 

1 

4 


2 


2 


1 


1 


180 Northborough 

181 Duxbury 

182 Avon . 

183 Merrimac 

184 Yarmouth 


3 
4 
1 
3 
1 


5 
5 
5 
5 


3 
4 


4 
3 

2 

2 


- 


2 
1 


1 


1 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



99 



CLASSiriED ACCORDING TO TRAINING, JaN. 1, 1950 






JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 









SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 



>,o 






0-" 



?5 a 



193 

21 
23 
13 
28 
26 

26 
10 
11 
25 
16 

20 
23 
21 
32 

18 

25 
21 
12 
22 
25 

14 
12 
20 
23 
15 

18 
18 
16 
21 
9 

16 
15 
15 
16 
21 

17 
14 
18 
15 
11 

13 
11 
12 
14 
12 

16 
13 
12 
16 
13 

12 
12 
14 
13 
14 

13 
13 
9 
12 



194 



195 196 197 



198 199 200 



201 202 203 



100 



TOWNS 



P.D. 2 
Gboup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, classified according to Training, 
HIGH schools 
graduate of 



teachers college or 

NORMAL school 






o t-* 2 



secondary school with 
professional training foe 



"o 



u en 
o 

m 



204 



125 


Leicester 


10 


126 


Swansea 


9 


127 


Vv rentham . 


5 


128 


Wilmington . 


11 


129 


Oxford . 


10 


130 


Templeton . 


6 


131 


Blackstone 


12 


132 


Medfield 


7 


133 


W illismstown 


13 


134 


Lee 


8 


135 


Dalton 


13 


136 


Vestrort 


7 


137 


Scituate 


10 


138 


Bolden 


11 


139 


East Bridgewater . 


7 


140 


Westford 


8 


141 


Sharon 


6 


142 


Provincetown 


6 


143 


M eston 


13 


144 


Ayer 


7 


145 


Rockport 


4 


146 


W arren 


6 


147 


Barre . 


7 


148 


\^ayIand 


9 


149 


Eelchertown 


7 


150 


Nantucket . 


6 


161 


\^ estwcod 


9 


152 


Eolbrook 


7 


163 


Bourne 


9 


154 


North Brookfield . 


6 


166 


Medway 


5 


156 


M est Bridgewater 


8 


167 


Pepperell 


11 


158 


Hcpedale 


5 


169 


Cohasset 


8 


160 


Norton 


6 


161 


Holhston 


8 


162 


Dighton 


9 


163 


Bellinghani . 


9 


164 


Lancaster 


2 


166 


Lenox . 


9 


166 


Hanover 


7 


167 


Kingston 


4 


168 


Sutton 


4 


169 


Acton . 


5 


170 


Hopkinton . 


8 


171 


Deerfield 


8 


172 


Eouglas 


5 


173 


Hadley 


7 


174 


Charlton 


4 


175 


Groton 


6 


176 


Harwich 


6 


177 


Athland 


8 


178 


Manchester . 


5 


179 


Marshfield . 


4 


180 


Northborough 


5 


181 


Duxbury 


7 


182 


Avon . 


6 


183 


Merrimac 


4 


184 


Yarmouth 


6 



207 

3 
1 



209 



210 

1 



211 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



101 



Continued 



Jan. 1, 1950 






School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 



05 



0-3 
H 



4 



9c 



So 
PQ 



BuiLDINOa 
USED FOB 









Total 

Valuation 

OF 

School 
Propbbtt 



213 

11 
13 
6 
12 
10 

7 
12 

8 
15 
12 

15 

7 

10 

13 



214 215 216 217 218 219 



220 221 222 



- 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


4 


3 


- 


_ 


1 


3 


2 


6 


5 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


3 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


3 


3 


9 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


5 


4 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


2 


4 


3 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


4 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


3 


2 


— 


5 


1 


2 


1 


9 


8 


— 


- 


1 


- 


3 


4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


4 


4 


3 


- 


3 


- 


- 


2 


5 


4 


1 


_ 


. _ 


_ 


4 


5 


4 


- 


— 


1 


1 


2 


4 


3 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


4 


3 


- 


- 


— 


- 


4 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3 


4 


3 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


4 


3 


- 


— 


— 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


— 


3 


3 


2 


2 


- 


1 


- 


2 


5 


4 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


3 


1 


1 


- 


1 


2 


5 


4 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


3 


4 


3 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


2 


4 


3 


2 


2 


- 


2 


_ 


6 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


4 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


4 


3 


- 


1 


— 


- 


3 


4 


3 


— 


— 


— 


1 


3 


4 


3 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


3 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


5 


4 


1 


2 


- 


1 


2 


6 


5 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


4 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


3 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


3 


2 


2 


- 


2 


- 


3 


7 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


— 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


— 


- 


2 


2 


1 


— 


— 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


5 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 



222a 


223 


1 


$310,800 00 
514,094 03 
314,500 00 
171,600 00 
326,700 00 


1 


322,829 00 
271,440 00 
319,000 00 
408,100 00 
244,500 00 


2 
1 


554,000 00 
191,750 00 
1,095,000 00 
819,000 00 
7/8,710 00 


- 


294,800 00 
545,600 00 
247,200 00 
1,373,300 00 
275,800 00 


1 


363,000 00 
163,500 00 
215.200 00 
1,006,000 00 
159,500 00 


1 


264,330 00 
634,000 00 
307,500 00 
585,000 00 
99,000 00 


1 
1 


359,700 00 
83,370 00 
157,350 00 
534,000 00 
431,722 00 


1 


155,800 00 
220,000 00 
215,800 00 
196,000 00 
92,200 00 


1 
1 


374,460 00 

290,600 00 

94,700 00 

68,500 00 

217,000 00 


1 


237,500 00 
301,200 00 
215,280 00 
228,500 00 
430,836 00 


1 


216,500 00 
552,000 00 
599,000 00 
150,250 00 
440,000 00 


1 

1 


133,500 00 
711,000 00 
184,500 00 
51,800 00 
337,000 00 



102 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 









Teaching Staff in All Public Day 




m 




Schools - 


- Kindehgahtbn, 


Elementabt. 




J 


i 


Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 


1950 










PART 




02 

!=3 


"3 




FULL TIME 




TIME 


TOWNS 








ft 










J2 




tnJi 


















o 


a 








O « 






o 


a 


s a) 




fS 




Is 


_3o 


a 


§• i 


3 

o 


11 




PL. 


> 


Ph 


CO H 


H 


cc 





1 


2 


3 


4 5 


6 


7 


185 Millis . 

186 Burlington . 

187 Southborough 

188 Hatfield 

189 Liinenburg . 


2,278 
2,275 
2,231 
2,216 
2,195 


$3,115,110 
2,898,680 
3,171,760 
3,384,725 
4,528,415 


1 

1 


3 19 

24 
18 
17 
24 


23 
24 
19 
17 

24 


2 

4 
3 
1 


190 Rutland 

191 Hard wick . 

192 Chatham 

193 Groveland . 

194 Townsend . 


• . 2,181 
2,154 
2,136 
2,122 
2,065 


1,881,268 

1,627,271 

10,522,900 

1,802,395 

2,794,883 


1 
1 


15 
15 
17 
17 
19 


15 
15 
18 
17 
20 


3 
1 
6 
2 


195 Hamilton 

196 Northfield . 

197 Tisbury 

198 Norwell 

199 West Boylston 


2,037 
1,975 
1,966 
1,871 
1,822 


6,062,230 
2,014,118 
5,713,850 
2,566,010 
3,034,795 


1 

1 
1 


21 
16 
17 
18 
1 21 


21 
17 
17 
19 
23 


3 
3 

4 
4 
5 


200 Stockbridge . 

201 Georgetown . 

202 Harvard 

203 Sudbury 

204 Pembroke . 


1,815 
1,803 
1,790 
1,754 
1,718 


4,688,190 
2,174,165 
2,287,879 
3,022,152 
3,796,520 


1 


18 
17 
13 
16 
20 


19 
17 
13 
16 
20 


2 
3 

4 
2 


205 Sheffield 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Littleton 

208 Shelburne . 

209 Oak Bluffs . 


1,709 
1,684 
1,651 
1,636 
1,584 


2,548,860 
1,852,963 
3,339,760 
2,758,665 
6,122,674 


1 


15 
15 
16 
18 
16 


15 
15 
16 
19 
16 


1 
3 
3 
3 

4 


210 West Newbury 

211 Orleans 

212 Brookfield . 

213 Dover . 

214 Edgartown . 


1,515 
1,451 
1,393 
1,374 
1,370 


1,472,207 
5,165,870 
1,599,841 
4,408,355 
5,131,939 


1 

2 
1 


12 
17 
9 
18 
15 


12 
18 
11 
19 
15 


5 

4 
1 
4 


215 Sandwich 

216 Huntington . 

217 Mendon 

218 Plainville . 

219 Chester 


1,360 
1,340 
1,315 
1,302 
1,284 


3,304,605 
1,199,369 
1,604,830 
1,883,085 
1,222,385 


1 


12 
11 
10 
13 
14 


13 
11 
10 
13 
14 


3 

2 
1 
3 
2 


220 Stow . 

221 Topsfield . 

222 Ashby 

223 Brimfield . 

224 New Marlborough 


1,243 
1,150 
1,026 
1,012 
956 


1,685,670 
3,054,590 
1,434,077 
1,079,660 
1,771,701 


- 


12 
15 
11 
12 
9 


12 
15 
11 
12 
9 


3 
2 

1 
2 
1 


225 Bernardston 

226 Petersham . 

227 Wellfieet . 

228 Ashfield 

229 Charlemont 


954 
923 
890 

872 
789 


1,294,385 
1,496,231 
3,140,137 
1,336,282 
1,461,995 


1 

1 
1 


8 

1 10 

8 

1 7 
7 


9 
11 
8 
9 
8 


3 
1 

2 
1 
2 


230 Princeton . 

231 New Salem . 


713 
357 


1,346,953 
369,848 


1 


11 

7 


12 

7 


3 
3 


Total 


273,947 


$465,203,857 


83 


37 2,217 


2,337 


261 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



103 



Pupils in All 


Public Day 


Schools 


KiNDEEGARTEN, ElEMBNTART, JUNIOB HlOH. 


P. 






ElQE — 


Ybab ending 


JuNB 30, 1950 






S 1 




a 




"o 




«-2|2 


-?i1 










u a 




S-S-S >. 


p-j= 




1 


>> 

tS 

p 

be <u 


1. 

o 

is 


ii 

d " 

c 

IB- 
SI) ID 

2 & 


D, 

(-1 
V J3 


upils for who 
town paid tui 
for not leas 1 
half of school : 


on-residentB 
attended not 
than half of sc 
year 




Ph 


< 


< 


< 


< 


Ah 


z; 


Z 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


472 


75,084 


428 


176 


464 


_ 


4 


460 


636 


105,388 


592 


178 


634 


_ 


3 


631 


411 


68,982 


387 


178 


416 


1 


22 


395 


321 


52,290 


293 


179 


308 


_ 


5 


303 


610 


99,336 


557 


179 


590 


5 


5 


590 


332 


53,101 


302 


176 


319 


_ 


3 


316 


357 


56,312 


320 


176 


340 


_ 


19 


321 


427 


67,416 


374 


180 


405 


- 


_ 


405 


442 


68,956 


399 


173 


423 


_ 


5 


418 


546 


87,695 


493 


179 


527 


4 


26 


505 


462 


74,154 


420 


178 


453 


_ 


12 


441 


346 


53,994 


312 


176 


332 


1 


5 


328 


472 


73,137 


406 


180 


435 


_ 


43 


392 


464 


72,171 


407 


180 


440 


_ 


6 


434 


494 


78,045 


450 


173 


480 


- 


3 


477 


391 


60,534 


349 


173 


375 


_ 


60 


315 


421 


68,952 


395 


175 


416 


_ 


1 


415 


217 


35,294 


199 


177 


204 


- 


13 


191 


467 


78,218 


431 


181 


462 


_ 


1 


461 


501 


80,768 


449 


180 


479 


- 


18 


461 


358 


54,643 


305 


180 


323 


_ 


3 


320 


388 


63,602 


362 


175 


379 


_ 


33 


346 


352 


58,569 


331 


176 


353 


_ 




353 


450 


72,469 


413 


175 


435 


23 


128 


330 


325 


50,372 


282 


179 


300 


- 


- 


300 


255 


40,915 


234 


175 


252 


_ 


10 


242 


338 


51,492 


305 


180 


322 


_ 


63 


259 


270 


45,728 


258 


177 


274 


_ 


4 


270 


281 


43,938 


250 


180 


276 


2 


5 


273 


268 


42,448 


235 


180 


255 


- 




255 


257 


39,819 


228 


179 


242 


_ 


2 


240 


210 


33,733 


196 


172 


210 


_ 


28 


182 


276 


46,009 


262 


176 


281 


- 


3 


278 


329 


53,477 


299 


179 


318 


_ 


3 


315 


303 


50,471 


283 


179 


300 


- 


60 


240 


284 


47,321 


266 


178 


276 


_ 


6 


270 


314 


41,784 


278 


178 


301 


_ 


23 


278 


260 


41,832 


234 


178 


247 


_ 




247 


266 


41,642 


241 


173 


251 


_ 


31 


220 


173 


26,215 


149 


178 


156 


2 


1 


157 


217 


34,653 


196 


177 


208 


_ 


3 


205 


155 


25.407 


144 


176 


150 


- 


9 


141 


185 


27,695 


158 


175 


169 


_ 


9 


160 


198 


31,829 


180 


177 


190 


- 


17 


173 


177 


23,564 


132 


178 


170 


1 


12 


159 


186 


30,990 


175 


180 


177 


2 


1 


178 


160 


25,165 


142 


177 


150 




81 


69 


56,971 


9,100,426 


51,749 


176 


55,262 


132 


2,408 


52,986 



104 



F.D. 2 
Geoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 







Itemized Expenditures for Support 


OP All Public 




TOWNS 










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o 

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8 


a-8 








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16 


17 


18 




19 




185 


Willis . . . . 


$2,649 86 


$48,874 98 


$1,135 


32 


S2,947 45 


186 


Burlington . 


6,173 98 


56,569 92 


2,248 08 


1,993 73 


187 


Southboiough 


4,100 90 


51,341 43 


1,165 


89 


2,866 


30 


188 


Hatfield 


4,237 31 


41,520 03 


1.262 


63 


2,292 00 


189 


Lunenburg . 


2,778 74 


61,635 88 


1,143 63 


2,047 


89 


190 


Rutland 


1,867 26 


33,118 82 


1.303 


58 


1,051 


82 


191 


Hard wick 


2,497 44 


38,168 83 


1,538 


15 


2,292 


05 


192 


Chatham 


3,619 19 


50,103 55 


960 37 


2.480 


89 


193 


Groveland . 


2,633 19 


41,289 21 


1,085 75 


1.188 86 


194 


Townsend 


2,627 51 


44,505 83 


1.284 


00 


2,160 71 


195 


Hamilton 


7,765 86 


65,528 29 


549 


42 


2,372 98 


196 


Noi thfield . 


2,594 74 


45,148 14 


800 49 


1,046 


59 


197 


Tisbury 


2,399 35 


47.089 54 




- 


4,361 


02 


198 


Norwell 


2,574 07 


54,446 51 


831 


68 


3,369 


44 


199 


West Boylston 


5,136 45 


57,220 50 


2,165 


38 


2,871 


79 


200 


Stockbridge . 


5,551 13 


44.253 10 


670 43 


2,846 


24 


201 


Georgetown . 


2,245 41 


45,658 00 


1,043 


99 


1,908 78 


202 


Harvard 


2,472 37 


34,189 13 


849 


28 


1,460 98 


203 


Sudbuiy 


3,944 87 


45.770 92 


2,011 


27 


2,160 03 


204 


Pembroke . 


3,369 71 


50,339 44 


1,489 


85 


2,486 


63 


205 


Sheffield 


3,751 19 


37,857 51 


969 


23 


2,851 


98 


206 


Williamsburg 


3,797 83 


34,303 04 


1,130 70 


1,361 


11 


207 


Littleton 


2,633 31 


42.471 58 


994 95 


1,462 78 


208 


Shelbinrie 


3,0£0 12 


55.315 05 


944 


68 


8,762 


28 


209 


OakBlufis . 


2,133 04 


44.378 46 


668 


63 


2,416 


20 


210 


West Newbury 


2,278 82 


29.065 34 


528 


65 


1,393 


18 


211 


Orleans . . . 


2,313 19 


51,522 69 


1,378 


o7 


2,778 97 


212 


Brookfield . 


3,473 85 


29,378 37 


871 


45 


1,398 


80 


213 


Dover . . . . 


1,923 23 


57,708 60 


1,767 47 


4,281 


71 


214 


Edgartown . 


2,104 60 


43,078 54 


648 


16 


1.686 23 


215 


Sandwich 


2,081 70 


36,600 00 


703 


54 


2,152 


23 


216 


Huntington . 


3.384 79 


28,628 82 


607 


81 


1,243 


17 


217 


Menoon 


2,371 34 


25,750 76 


762 


10 


992 


69 


218 


Plainville 


2,897 98 


32,651 02 


2,659 


43 


125 


20 


219 


Chester 


4,423 31 


37,511 44 


587 21 


1,773 07 


220 


Stow . . . . 


2,600 76 


28,681 23 


859 


44 


839 04 


221 


Topsfield 


3,070 38 


43,612 77 


1,167 59 


3,220 


74 


222 


Ashby 


1,490 88 


26,513 09 


824 


25 


1,122 42 


223 


Brinafield 


2,630 82 


29,981 00 


636 67 


1,081 


60 


224 


New Marlborough 


2,916 47 


23,219 80 


417 96 


954 


10 


225 


Bernardston 


1,973 56 


22,778 50 


309 


39 


341 


74 


226 


Petersham , 


1,299 49 


26,004 29 


668 


55 


1,236 


60 


227 


Wellfleet 


1.568 64 


19,645 93 


6b2 


43 


1,553 


14 


228 


Ashfield 


2,479 85 


22,527 00 


774 


90 


1,976 


86 


229 


Charlemont 


3,194 81 


17,814 61 


1,414 33 


1,534 


54 


230 


Princeton . 


2,680 08 


30,178 79 


1,045 


95 


909 


42 


281 


New Salem . 
Total 


2,436 84 


17,837 13 


496 


01 


908 50 




S452,800 52 


$6,315,428 10 


$170,840 


13 


$344,516 07 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued. 



105 



SeHOOLS — Day, Evening, Vacation — Year ending June 30, 1950 



IS 




S3 




J3 


TRANSPORTATION 




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a 


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o 


'% 


£5° 




2^ 


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J9 
o 

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F 


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2 


a 




05 

■-5 




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3 


£ 




^" 



20 




21 




22 


23 




24 


25 


$8,698 69 


S3,726 


16 


_ 


S31 


65 


$2,918 46 


_ 


11.559 


39 


6,726 


25 


S380 75 


1,725 82 


7,300 00 


$1,800 00 


9,984 


17 


3,296 


11 


144 40 


1,511 


37 


6,420 00 


- 


7,319 


78 


2,128 


16 


- 


1,685 


58 


3,234 50 


- 


9,388 


46 


3,827 


91 


- 


511 


75 


19,474 00 


- 


7,412 


27 


3,403 


68 


123 10 


552 63 


7,322 50 


_ 


11,553 


16 


3,985 


56 


- 


742 


20 


7,119 50 


- 


8,306 


48 


2.527 


74 


394 91 


844 


95 


7.250 00 


— 


9,915 63 


3,280 


26 


14 50 


343 


32 


2,3'?2 45 


- 


5,724 


53 


3,060 69 


- 


800 


00 


11,967 CD 


- 


9,210 50 


3,128 97 


183 39 


1,589 


43 


8.592 00 


- 


7,383 


28 


1,300 


83 


- 


800 


00 


11,705 93 


- 


11,390 


68 


5,3 6 


14 


- 


840 00 


1,510 60 


- 


11,012 


75 


2,439 


28 


- 


3,175 


61 


10,792 86 


- 


11,727 


53 


4.798 


86 


378 50 


194 


33 


8,355 85 


- 


9,050 73 


2,422 


71 


73 44 


1,134 


85 


7,566 75 


_ 


7,945 96 


745 


13 


41 00 


362 


07 


6.484 20 


- 


7,257 


30 


1,4 5 


31 


- 


100 


00 


7.000 00 


— 


9,489 


02 


685 


60 


192 28 


462 


75 


8,085 50 


- 


10,078 


79 


3,098 


62 


183 63 


1,049 


64 


8.172 59 


- 


6,480 95 


1,559 


82 


259 62 


181 


00 


9,545 35 


105 00 


8,550 


11 


4,913 


24 


_ 


850 


00 


4,801 50 


- 


6,642 


94 


678 


18 


- 


100 


00 


4,900 00 


- 


12,326 


43 


3.012 


09 


167 24 


561 


81 


6,746 40 


379 69 


6,560 


10 


17,403 


60 


- 


867 


20 


- 


- 


3,980 80 


6S3 


58 


89 93 


555 


76 


3,571 75 


197 50 


13,683 


38 


3,107 


96 


576 51 


1,083 


55 


8,979 00 


- 


4,497 


99 


3,091 


20 


98 85 


764 


78 


5.927 00 


- 


5,140 


61 


4,557 


43 


49 87 


859 


28 


6.300 00 


- 


7,631 


93 


1.077 


75 


- 


909 


00 


5,880 00 


- 


9,220 


23 


1,988 


94 


29 79 


246 


47 


4,029 45 


_ 


7,437 


26 


421 


46 


- 


662 


25 


3,086 50 


- 


5,624 


11 


3,028 05 


31 28 


452 


84 


8,120 21 


- 


6,812 


36 


836 


13 


- 


636 


86 


3,192 36 


- 


4,539 


00 


2.882 


05 


80 30 


854 


04 


6,637 00 


- 


7,518 


28 


1,761 


77 


_ 


100 


00 


7,800 00 


_ 


7,027 


09 


4.043 


81 


- 


926 


51 


4,000 00 


332 70 


3,850 


78 


3.305 


99 


- 


615 97 1 


7,429 20 


— 


4,744 


96 


671 


19 


6 10 


306 


67 


11,926 80 


- 


4,961 


65 


1,716 


69 


108 34 


124 


00 


6.924 30 


89 48 


4,598 


49 


628 


23 


_ 


250 


00 


3.693 00 


_ 


4,749 


04 


1,041 


65 


- 


481 


35 


7,007 50 


- 


4,485 


99 


306 


44 


20 65 


197 


44 


2,950 00 


- 


4,879 


75 


416 


26 


- 


117 


16 


5,942 76 


- 


4,266 


84 


1,971 


76 


- 


324 


23 


10,022 84 


- 


4,878 


90 


883 


84 


_ 


141 


50 


8,161 00 


60 00 


2.494 


00 


865 


85 


203 79 


392 


43 


5,023 00 


- 



SI, 185,784 44 $424,522 48 



$14,491 66 



$143,670 76 



),784 32 



$17,012 02 



106 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Itemized Expenditures fob Support of All 
Public Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation 
— Year ending June 30, 1950 — Con. 



TOWNS 



Expenditure 
ENDING June 



^ J 






185 Millis . 

186 Burlington 

187 Southborough 

188 Hatfield 

189 Lunenburg 

190 Rutland 

191 Hardwick 

192 Chatham 

193 Groveland 

194 Townsend 

195 Hamilton 

196 Northfield 

197 Tisbury 

198 Norwell 

199 West Boylston 

200 Stockbridge . 

201 Georgetown . 

202 Harvard 

203 Sudbury 

204 Pembroke . 

205 Sheffield. 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Littleton 

208 Shelburne . 

209 Oak Bluffs . 

210 West Newbury 

211 Orleans 

212 Brookfield 

213 Dover . 

214 Edgartown 

215 Sandwich 

216 Huntington 

217 Mendon 

218 Plainville 

219 Chester 

220 Stow . 

221 Topsfield 

222 Ashby 

223 Brimfield 

224 New Marlborough 

225 Bernardston 

226 Petersham . 

227 Wellfleet 

228 Ashfield 

229 Charlcmont . 

230 Princeton 

231 New Salem . 

Total 



26 


27 




28 




29 




_ 


$1,694 25 


$72,676 82 




_ 


- 




- 


96,477 


92 




- 


$123 04 


155 


59 


81,109 


20 


S479 


61 


- 


9,317 


65 


72,997 


64 




- 


- 


531 


06 


101,339 


32 




- 


_ 


64 


33 


56,219 


99 


260 


00 


— 




- 


67,896 


89 






— 


13,914 


87 


90,402 


95 


175,117 


18 


— 


54 


60 


62,127 


76 




- 


- 


270 


88 


72,401 


15 




- 


_ 


8,710 88 


97,631 


72 




_ 


72 32 


649 


99 


71,502 


31 




- 


- 


1,232 


51 


74,149 


84 




- 


- 


3,733 


98 


92,376 


18 


588 


40 


- 


381 


21 


93,220 40 




- 


_ 




_ 


73,569 


38 




_ 


- 


44 


50 


66,479 


04 






- 


2,398 75 


57,173 


12 


82 


46 


38 35 




- 


72,830 


59 


3,434 


08 


- 


1,029 


43 


81,298 33 






_ 


309 


82 


63,871 


47 






- 


322 


51 


60,030 


04 






- 


997 


56 


60,881 


30 


5,996 


49 


2.000 63 


7,219 


49 


95,485 


91 






- 


79 


96 


74,507 


19 


- 




_ 


105 


40 


42,450 


61 






- 


14,167 


94 


99,591 


56 


9,334 


36 


— 


247 


23 


49,749 


52 


- 




228 38 


2,505 


00 


85,321 


58 


2-060 


50 


- 


- 




62,916 


21 


- 




_ 


1,172 


08 


58,224 


43 


7 


35 


- 


1,787 


40 


47,259 


46 


- 




- 


- 




47,133 


38 


- 




537 09 






50,248 43 


- 




- 


621 


98 


59,909 


40 


- 




_ 


146 


22 


50,306 


74 


_ 




139 80 


2,417 


49 


69,958 


88 


2,612 


67 


- 


173 


64 


44,326 


22 


- 




35 25 


131 


28 


52,151 


34 


- 




316 05 


229 


03 


42,047 


87 


- 




_ 


609 


67 


35,182 


58 


26,314 


44 


- 


41 


10 


41,519 


57 


- 




_ 


- 




31,360 


66 


2,548 


15 


_ 


374 


96 


39,489 


50 


- 




310 12 


348 69 


41,202 


77 


- 




126 24 


116 


91 


49,182 


63 


_ 




- 


1,470 


26 


32,127 


81 


- 




$20,231 81 


$198,907 


14 


$10,148,989 45 


$2,683,611 


05 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



107 



Continued 



FOR Outlay, Year 




Valuation of 


Expenditure for 






30, 1950 




1949 PER Pupil 


School Support from 


Rate of Total T*-r 






IN Net Average 
Membership, 


Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 


PER $1,0 

Valuation 


00 






1949 






Year ending June 


1949, PER 81,000 Val- 






s 


>> 

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30, 1950 


uation 






1 


■*^ 


►_, 


KH 




_ 


3 










0, 





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1— 1 


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5" 


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3 



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g ^2 

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go 


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< ^. 1 


< « 


< 


K 


30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 


$746 24 


$746 24 


$6,772 61 


$16 75 48 


$40 00 


66 


234 64 


234 64 


4,594 98 


19 72 23 


50 00 


16 


946 45 


1,426 06 


8,030 42 


16 31 52 


47 00 


35 


981 08 


981 08 


11,171 25 


11 74 89 


32 00 


96 


1,001 27 


1,001 27 


7,675 47 


13 01 82 


43 00 


52 


600 93 


860 93 


5,953 77 


16 30 53 


32 50 


92 


9 95 


9 95 


5,069 91 


24 28 3 


51 00 


14 


2,064 63 


177,181 81 


25,982 1 


6 76 107 


29 00 


106 


49 71 


49 71 


4,312 103 


21 07 15 


56 00 


5 


1,127 69 


1,127 69 


5,534 82 


15 49 61 


38 00 


78 


426 95 


426 95 


13,747 20 


12 68 84 


35 00 


86 


1,398 66 


1,398 66 


6,141 74 


19 79 22 


50 00 


21 


- 


- 


14,576 18 


9 18 99 


36 00 


83 


1,256 04 


1,844 44 


5,912 79 


21 79 10 


53 00 


10 


1,000 95 


1,000 95 


6,362 68 


20 11 21 


40 00 


69 


2,180 69 


2,180 69 


14,883 17 


9 12 100 


31 00 


102 


2,188 06 


2,188 06 


5,239 87 


19 56 25 


53 00 


9 


80 31 


162 77 


11,978 22 


13 67 79 


32 00 


95 


6,470 88 


9,904 S6 


6,556 65 


19 30 29 


50 00 


23 


1,276 30 


1,276 30 


8,235 39 


13 94 76 


46 70 


36 


947 86 


947 86 


7,965 43 


14 17 68 


28 00 


107 


- 


- 


5,355 86 


13 22 81 


48 00 


32 


773 27 


6,769 76 


9,461 32 


11 48 90 


30 00 


105 


368 90 


368 90 


8,360 37 


15 71 58 


44 00 


48 




- 


20,409 5 


7 70 106 


34 00 


89 


429 62 


429 62 


6,084 75 


16 54 49 


52 00 


13 


2,373 69 


11,708 05 


19,945 7 


10 12 96 


30 80 


103 


_ 


_ 


5,922 78 


18 37 33 


48 00 


27 


270 50 


2,331 00 


16,148 14 


17 57 42 


27 50 


108 


- 


- 


20,125 6 


10 12 95 


31 00 


100 


381 20 


388 55 


13,769 19 


12 06 86 


37 00 


80 


2,208 05 


2,208 05 


6,590 63 


21 08 14 


52 00 


12 


1,182 46 


1,182 46 


5,773 81 


18 09 36 


45 00 


44 


441 50 


441 50 


5,978 76 


18 48 32 


43 00 


55 


357 52 


357 52 


5,093 90 


24 08 5 


48 00 


28 


470 30 


470 30 


6,243 72 


17 32 45 


40 00 


68 


3,027 14 


5,639 81 


10,988 27 


18 32 34 


34 00 


90 


248 52 


248 52 


5,806 80 


15 79 56 


50 CO 


15 


48 37 


48 37 


4,908 93 


17 67 40 


40 00 


65 


157 02 


157 02 


11,285 24 


14 10 69 


38 00 


77 


546 00 


26,860 44 


6,314 70 


15 72 57 


32 00 


93 


68 95 


68 95 


10,612 29 


15 22 62 


33 00 


91 


311 66 


2,859 81 


19,626 8 


8 07 105 


32 00 


98 


588 53 


588 53 


7,724 46 


16 44 50 


30 00 


104 


582 13 


582 13 


9,195 35 


14 83 66 


32 00 


94 


877 50 


877 50 


7,567 49 


19 00 31 


40 00 


67 


181 94 


181 94 


5,360 85 


35 72 1 


45 40 


46 


$198,846 23 


$2,882,457 28 


$8,780 


$14 44 


- 


- 



108 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



Expenditure tor Support of All Public 
Year ending 



FROM LOCAL TAXATION 

TOWNS 


FROM STATE 

REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 


Amount 

Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 
Group III 


Amount 

Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 
Group III 



185 


Millis . 


ISfi 


Burlington . 


187 


Soutbborough 


188 


Hatfield 


189 


Lunenburg . 


If'O 


Rutland 


191 


Hardwick 


193 


Chatham 


l'.« 


Groveland . 


194 


Tov.nsend 


19fi 


Hamilton 


19ft 


Northfield . 


197 


Tisbury 


19H 


Norwell 


199 


West Boylston 


200 


Stockbridge . 


201 


Georgetown . 


202 


Harvard 


203 


Sudbury 


204 


Pembroke 


205 


Siieffield 


20(i 


Williamsburg 


207 


Littleton 


208 


Sl.elburne . 


209 


Oak Bluffs . 


210 


West Newbury 


211 


Orleans 


212 


Brookfield . 


213 


Dover . 


214 


Edgartown . 


21.5 


Sandwich 


216 


Huntington . 


217 


Mend on 


218 


Plainviile . 


219 


Chester 


220 


Stowe 


221 


Topsfield . 


222 


Ashby 


22H 


Brimfield 


224 


New Marlborough 



225 Bernardston 

226 Petersham . 

227 WeUfleet 

228 Ashfield 

229 Charlemont 

230 Princeton . 

231 New Salem . 

Total 



38 




39 


40 


41 




42 


43 


$62,190 26 


$113 46 


63 


$23,733 43 


$61 59 


51 


57,154 


39 


90 


68 


96 


30,915 


30 


48 99 


60 


51,733 


33 


130 97 


43 


22,186 


44 


56 17 


43 


39,741 


61 


131 


16 


42 


19,076 


37 


62 96 


26 


58,926 


18 


99 


87 


80 


36,447 


24 


61 77 


27 


30,663 


07 


97 


04 


89 


21,859 


31 


69 18 


16 


39,495 


54 


123 


04 


50 


18,.558 


38 


57 81 


39 


71,088 


68 


175 


53 


14 


6,341 


30 


13 19 


105 


37,964 


94 


90 


83 


95 


19,404 


88 


46 42 


67 


43,275 


69 


85 


69 


101 


29,646 


62 


58 70 


34 


76,852 


11 


174 


27 


16 


16,487 


97 


37 39 


84 


39,861 


46 


121 


53 


55 


18,796 


91 


57 31 


42 


52,447 


50 


133 


79 


39 


7,256 


60 


18 51 


104 


55,905 


96 


128 


82 


46 


29,896 


88 


68 89 


17 


61,001 


47 


127 


89 


46 


28,081 


14 


68 87 


31 


42,734 


12 


135 


66 


37 


18,112 


24 


57 50 


41 


42,534 


10 


102 


49 


74 


20,615 


03 


49 67 


58 


31,270 


25 


163 


72 


21 


16,185 


82 


84 74 


10 


58,311 


90 


126 


49 


49 


16,790 


18 


34 25 


93 


52,900 44 


114 


75 


61 


23,279 


99 


50 50 


66 


36,093 


30 


112 


79 


66 


24,325 


36 


76 02 


13 


24,489 


45 


70 


78 


106 


23,373 


29 


67 55 


18 


38,344 


00 


108 


62 


68 


16,485 


44 


46 70 


65 


43,339 


51 


131 


33 


41 


22,095 


34 


66 98 


19 


47,152 


23 


157 


17 


28 


9,612 


75 


32 04 


94 


24,339 


77 


100 


58 


79 


15,813 


06 


65 34 


20 


52,270 


06 


201 


81 


7 


15,277 


36 


58 99 


30 


29,358 47 


108 


74 


67 


17,458 08 


64 66 


21 


77,456 


90 


283 


72 


1 


9,684 


05 


35 47 


90 


51,949 


09 


203 


72 


6 


11,004 


46 


43 16 


74 


39,843 


61 


166 


02 


18 


12,595 


57 


52 48 


47 


25,274 


15 


138 


87 


34 


16,898 


15 


92 86 


7 


29,022 


47 


104 


40 


71 


16,223 


29 


58 36 


35 


34,792 


86 


110 


46 


66 


15,613 


85 


49 25 


59 


29,425 


29 


122 


61 


51 


20,977 


36 


87 41 


9 


29,178 


66 


108 07 


69 


15,953 


92 


59 09 


29 


55,942 


97 


201 


23 


9 


15,306 


98 


55 06 


44 


22,647 


30 


91 


69 


94 


19,069 


02 


77 16 


12 ' 


19,068 


25 


86 


67 


100 


20,316 


02 


92 35 


8 


24,962 


39 


159 


00 


26 


14,961 


97 


95 30 


6 


20,337 


90 


99 


21 


83 


13,067 


29 


63 74 


24 


22,766 


12 


161 


46 


24 


16,348 


32 


115 95 


3 


25,343 31 


158 40 


27 


7,580 


26 


47 38 


62 


21,960 


70 


126 


94 


47 


14,416 


51 


83 33 


11 


21,664 


13 


136 


25 


36 


18,470 


23 


116 16 


2 


25,573 


54 


143 


67 


33 


17,703 


55 


99 46 


5 


13,182 


02 


191 


04 


10 


14,267 


26 


206 77 


1 


$6,715,721 


38 


$126 75 


- 


$2,563,431 


45 


$48 38 


- 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



109 



Day Schools — Classified as to Source, 
Dec. 31, 1949 



a-o 


o 






a 

0) 

c 
o 


c 
o 


■s 


s 




o 


t 


o 







2 o 



.i-ROM ALL SOUBCES 









.5 31 



S & 



-. w « ^ £ c S g.B 
a <3^ iO.5 OS Sm 

(4 



Amount paid to Town 

FROM 






" ID 









'dSS 



i2^2 



44 


45 




46 




47A 




47B 


48 


•SI, 060 10 


$1,800 


43 


$78,784 21 


$169 79 


$171 27 


64 


3,068 08 


754 


87 


91,892 


64 


144 


94 


145 63 


96 


2,502 18 


1,266 


53 


77,688 


48 


186 


75 


196 68 


40 


- 


581 


42 


59,399 


30 


192 


85 


196 04 


42 


349 79 


6 


40 


95,729 


61 


162 


25 


162 25 


80 


1,415 90 


953 


24 


54,891 


52 


172 


07 


173 71 


58 


1,963 14 


3,918 


08 


63,935 


14 


188 


04 


199 17 


38 


- 


12,445 


68 


88,875 


66 


219 


45 


219 45 


23 


394 34 


265 


28 


58,029 


44 


137 


19 


138 83 


101 


2,764 58 


828 


94 


76,514 


73 


145 


19 


151 51 


91 


_ 


7,119 


60 


100,459 


68 


221 


77 


227 80 


24 


8,471 00 


414 


77 


67,544 


14 


203 


45 


205 93 


35 


- 


7,585 


00 


67,289 


00 


1.54 


69 


171 66 


62 


293 26 


694 


15 


86,790 


25 


197 


25 


199 98 


37 


545 86 


1,609 


68 


91,238 


15 


190 


08 


191 27 


45 


112 86 


4,064 


13 


65,023 


35 


173 


40 


206 42 


33 


121 24 


3,500 


00 


66,770 


37 


160 


51 


160 89 


82 


3,530 67 


2,133 


96 


53,120 


70 


260 


40 


278 12 


8 


332 14 






74,434 22 


161 


11 


161 46 


81 


1,174 30 


551 


99 


77,906 


72 


162 


64 


169 00 


70 


_ 






60,418 


66 


187 


05 


188 81 


51 


834 47 


9,439 


76 


58,136 


97 


153 


40 


168 03 


72 


- 


66 


00 


54,895 


44 


155 


51 


155 51 


88 


978 15 


26,124 


56 


92,537 


56 


212 


73 


280 42 


7 


- 


235 


00 


57,049 


98 


190 


17 


190 17 


48 


1,641 80 


15 


55 


41,810 


18 


165 


91 


172 77 


59 


- 


28,329 


86 


95,877 


28 


297 


76 


370 18 


2 


867 15 




- 


47,683 


70 


174 


03 


176 61 


56 


- 


2,001 


03 


89,141 


98 


322 


98 


326 53 


3 


- 




- 


62,953 


55 


246 


88 


246 88 


18 


821 68 


18 00 


53,278 


86 


220 


16 


222 00 


25 


466 31 


4,449 


46 


47,088 


07 


224 


23 


258 73 


11 


72 04 


821 


78 


46,139 


58 


164 


20 


165 97 


74 


156 00 


170 


92 


50,633 


63 


159 


23 


160 74 


83 


1,305 73 


7,108 


73 


58,817 


11 


196 


06 


245 07 


20 


691 04 


420 


00 


46,243 


62 


167 


55 


171 27 


65 


- 


9,419 


20 


80,669 


15 


268 


00 


290 18 


6 


- 


585 


24 


42,291 


56 


171 


22 


171 22 


66 


4,422 13 


4,968 


60 


48,775 


00 


194 


32 


221 70 


26 


- 




- 


39,924 


36 


255 


93 


254 30 


14 


226 81 


150 


00 


33,782 


00 


162 


41 


164 79 


77 


2,054 16 


66 


18 


41,234 


78 


274 


90 


292 45 


5 


- 


4,950 


78 


37,874 


35 


224 


11 


236 71 


21 


2,036 34 


1,492 


59 


39,906 


14 


210 


03 


230 67 


23 


- 


1,759 


43 


41,893 


79 


246 


43 


263 48 


9 


813 28 


248 


00 


44,338 37 


250 


50 


249 09 


16 


1,386 74 


1,905 


64 


30,741 


65 


204 


94 


445 53 


1 



49 

$21,225 88 
27,115 30 
16,735 97 
17,148 12 
24,735 56 

15,708 42 
13,283 63 
2,970 00 
18,718 21 
20,063 69 

10,102 97 
17,216 23 
7,256 50 
19,047 80 
21,036 28 

12,046 74 
17,415 05 
9,632 17 
10,465 18 
17,488 38 

16,809 48 
19,332 03 
12,564 04 
16,976 86 
7,620 33 

13,508 73 
10,948 07 
12,290 35 
9,055 90 
7,440 46 

9.695 31 
13,277 98 

9,078 46 
13,374 31 
15,999 07 

10,460 64 
11,995 31 
12,615 35 
12,276 80 

8.696 47 

10,0.57 33 
9,878 90 
5,003 59 
8,591 88 
8,742 81 

10,934 10 
9,246 00 



50 

$2,056 99 
5,679 85 
4,677 14 
1,928 25 

10,938 35 

5,714 40 
4,501 42 
2,371 30 
10 00 
8,808 50 

6,385 00 
8,471 00 

10,205 14 
5,594 86 

6,065 50 
2,620 00 
6,070 00 
4,745 00 
.5,163 28 

6,549 26 
3,110 00 
3,340 00 
4,474 04 



1,821 00 
4,329 29 

4.491 75 
627 15 

3,564 GO 

2,503 00 
2,943 50 
6,371 51 
1,396 17 
3,915 50 

5,010 00 
2,635 00 
6,057 00 
7,555 90 

5.492 10 

2,524 00 
6,082 75 
2,190 00 
5,051 30 
8,825 17 

6,125 00 
4,441 25 



$107,600 27 $388,862 95 I $9,775,616 05 $176 89 $184 49 



$2,018,022 04 $506,575 28 



no 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 







Year Grades in 


Public Day Elementary Schools 




o 
o 

b 

oi 

C! 

<D 

s 


>. 

a 

03 




PRINCIPALS 


TEACHERS 






TOWNS 


1 

m 

•a 


"o 
o 

•a 

a> 


PULL TIME 






c a 

(0 o 


g 
g 1 








51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 57 


58 59 


185 
186 

187 
188 
189 


Millis . 
Burlington . 
Southborough 
Hatfield 
Lunenburg . 


6 
6 
8 
8 
8 


3 
3 


3 
3 

4 
4 
4 


- - 


2 10 

1 9 

2 15 


166 144 
133 113 
268 201 


190 
191 
192 
193 
194 


Rutland 
Hardwick 
Chatham 
Groveland . 
Townsend . 


8 
8 
6 
8 
6 


3 
3 


4 
4 
3 
4 
3 


- 


2 8 
2 7 

1 10 


139 124 
139 127 

195 158 


195 
196 
197 
198 
199 


Hamilton 
Noithfield . 
Tisbury 
Norwell 
West Boylston 


6 
6 
8 
6 
8 


3 
3 

3 


3 
3 
4 
3 

4 


- - 


1 9 
1 12 


165 169 
200 184 


200 
201 
202 
203 
204 


Stockbridge . 
Georgetown . 
Harvard 
Sudbury 
Pembroke 


8 
8 
8 
6 
8 


- 


4 

4 
4 
6 
4 


- 


1 8 
1 9 

1 7 

2 7 
2 11 


125 132 
166 155 
91 61 
189 174 
211 187 


205 
206 
207 
208 
209 


Sheffield 
Williamsburg 
Littleton 
Shelburne 
Oak Bluffs . 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


- 


10 

9 

1 9 

1 6 

1 9 


147 133 
151 137 
136 133 
101 101 
128 118 


210 
211 
212 
213 
214 


West Newbury 
Orleans 
Brookfield . 
Dover . 
Edgartown . 


6 
6 
6 
6 
8 


3 
3 
3 
3 


3 
3 
3 
3 
4 


- - 


2 7 


113 93 


215 
216 
217 
218 
219 


Sandwich 
Huntington . 
Mendon 
Plainville . 
Chester 


8 
8 
8 
6 
8 


3 


4 
4 
4 
3 
4 


- 


1 7 
6 
6 

1 7 


86 93 
82 69 
104 103 

99 101 


220 
221 
222 
223 
224 


Stow . 

Topsfield . 

Ashby 

Brimfield 

New Marlborough 


8 
6 
8 
8 

8 


3 


4 
3 
4 
4 

4 


- - 


1 7 

7 

1 6 

5 


114 91 

109 98 
100 87 
72 65 


225 
226 
227 
228 
229 


Bernardston 
Petersham . 
Wellfleet . 
Ashfield 
Charlemont 


6 
8 
8 
8 
8 


3 


3 

4 
4 
4 
4 


- 


1 6 

1 3 

1 4 

3 


71 52 
79 60 
62 78 
66 53 


230 
231 


Princeton . 
New Salem . 


8 
8 


_ 


4 

4 


- 


1 7 
1 2 


67 88 
33 32 



Total 



105 907 15,880 14,236 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



111 



Continiied 



(Grades I to VIII), Year bnding June 30, 1950 



1 


1 

•73 


-0 

g 


2 

a 

o 

s 

M 
C3 
O 
> 
< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 


Si 

eg 00^ 

m 

o 
K ° ^ 

H 


J. 

1 


"S 




<3 

'3 

T3 

< 


GENERAL CONTROL 


g 


c3 
fen =1 


§ 

< 




ii 

If 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


50,951 
40,122 
75,737 


178 
177 
178 


286 
226 
426 


310 
236 
453 


S50,490 61 
42,791 14 
61,588 42 


$162 87 
181 32 
135 96 


$33,342 79 
23,694 04 
40,900 39 


$998 58 
789 62 
776 94 


42,341 
41,584 


175 
175 


242 
238 


256 
253 


35,142 37 
36,699 65 


137 27 
145 45 


21,384 79 
20,404 17 


951 67 
917 98 


54,192 


171 


317 


337 


35,007 96 


103 88 


25,310 10 


773 72 


54,267 


180 


301 


321 


43,815 46 


136 50 


28,823 28 


: 


59,873 


172 


349 


373 


60,083 68 


161 08 


40,269 16 


1,468 89 


39,170 
51,759 
24,423 
60,762 
63,818 


176 
173 
176 
181 
180 


230 
299 
139 
335 
355 


249 
317 
140 
361 
380 


34,635 71 
35,298 78 
33,869 21 
39,696 63 
50,587 40 


139 10 
111 35 
241 92 
109 96 
133 12 


23,293 80 
25,710 66 
20,985 53 
25,218 19 
33,894 52 


211 99 

541 33 

450 79 

1,618 81 

1,137 57 


42,253 
46,848 
44,567 
31,233 
38,089 


177 
176 
175 
168 
177 


237 
266 
253 
184 
214 


248 
281 
270 
195 

227 


41,251 98 
34,519 57 
33,432 55 
38,459 90 
47,288 53 


186 34 

122 85 

123 82 
197 23 
208 32 


25,068 34 
20,211 27 
24,694 61 
22,146 50 
26,405 79 


626 16 
653 25 
839 50 
440 67 
411 23 


32,675 


180 


181 


195 


31,693 11 


162 53 


22,290 02 


252 93 


27,603 
23,910 
35,246 


178 
169 
174 


160 
141 
203 


171 
152 
217 


35,652 20 
22,214 91 
25,553 46 


208 49 
146 15 
117 76 


23,421 79 
13,351 66 
13,861 01 


490 92 
353 09 

522 97 


33,067 


177 


187 


198 


32,961 97 


166 47 


20,891 06 


396 79 


34,147 


176 


193 


200 


29,771 95 


148 86 


17,435 14 


328 30 


32,978 
29,439 
20,382 


175 
168 
175 


185 
173 
117 


195 
180 
121 


27,153 07 
29,914 19 
24,697 39 


139 25 
166 19 
204 11 


15,479 25 
17,816 50 
12,461 76 


450 58 
352 82 
235 77 


20,091 
20,374 
22,013 
14,251 


176 
175 

175 
176 


114 

117 

125 

81 


119 
126 
133 
116 


23,224 35 
13,781 39 
19,246 29 
18,280 16 


195 16 
109 38 
144 71 
157 59 


13,604 44 
8,784 50 

12,175 40 
6,837 95 


378 28 
355 34 
538 25 
464 48 


25,401 
9,764 


175 
174 


144 
56 


145 
58 


31,435 76 
13,632 98 


216 80 
235 05 


20,119 20 
7,143 96 


918 30 
212 55 


4,786,315 


175 


27,359 


29,202 


$4,082,781 80 


$139 81 


$2,652,716 57 


$76,595 37 



112 



P.D. 2. 
Group III Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Schools 







TEACHERS 










FRIMCIPALS 

TOWNS 




PUPILS ENROLLED 


" 




FULL TIME 


>> 

-0 




g 

4) O 


a 
g i 


1 


6 


< 




68 69 


70 71 


72 


73 


74 


185 
186 
187 
188 
189 


Millis 

Burlington .... 
Southborough ... 
Hatfield .... 
Lunenburg .... 


9 
12 


155 
202 


139 
158 


46,044 
59,961 


190 
191 
192 
193 
194 


Rutland .... 
Hard wick .... 
Chatham .... 
Groveland . . . , - 
Townsend .... 


8 
10 


138 
181 


117 
147 


39,829 
52,420 


195 
196 
197 
198 
199 


Hamilton .... - 
Northfield .... 
Tisbury .... 
Norwell .... 
West Boylston ... 


9 
9 

10 


150 
111 

167 


137 
99 

136 


44,594 
32,366 

47,276 


200 
201 
202 
203 
204 


Stockbridge .... 
Georgetown .... 
Han.ard .... 
Sudbury .... 
Pembroke .... 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


205 
206 
207 
208 
209 


Sheffield .... 
Williamsburg ... 
Littletcn .... 
Shelburne .... 
Oak Bluffs .... 


- - 


- 


" 


- 


210 
211 

212 
213 
214 


West Newbury ... 

Orleans .... 

Brookfield .... - 1 

Dover ..... 

Edgartown .... 


6 
6 
4 
10 


86 

93 

86 

112 


84 
78 
76 
81 


26,886 
27,064 
27,215 
29,273 


215 
216 
217 
218 
219 


Sandwich .... 
Huntington .... - 
Mendon .... 
Plainville .... 
Chester .... 


5 


86 


107 


31,542 


220 
221 
222 
223 
224 


Stowe ..... 

Topsfield .... 

Ashby .... - 

Brimfield .... 

New Marlborough . . - 


8 


116 


103 


26,301 


225 
226 
227 
228 
229 


Bernardston ... - - 
Petersham .... 
Wellfieet .... 
Ashfield .... 
Charlemont .... 


4 


72 


51 


19.464 


230 
231 


Princeton .... - 

New Salem .... - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 



Total 



12 341 i 5,411 4,S 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



113 



Contimied 



Ststeus 



(Grades I to VI), Year ending June 30, 1950 



*o 


J- 


^ 


EXPENDITURE FOR 


•^■i'S 




si 


>, 


1 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 
GENERAL CONTROL 




g 


si 

> 


4. 












.a .0.1 


V a, 


C 


Sit 
> * 


a 
o 

a 


Per pupil 

average 

membersh 

of these e 

mentary 

schools 


spenditu 
ries of 
supervis 
teachers 


Is 


< 


<; 


<; 


<; 


H 


w 



75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


174 
177 


265 
339 


290 
365 


«28,306 
43,137 


38 
23 


$97 61 
118 18 


$20,657 66 
28,383 27 


$724 
1,534 


00 
92 


180 


221 


240 


38,065 


70 


158 61 


21,551 78 


667 


98 


177 


296 


317 


37,359 


47 


117 85 


23,643 39 


684 


76 


174 
175 


256 
186 


280 
199 


37,288 
35,225 


37 
63 


133 17 

177 01 


22,571 30 
22,530 14 


147 
400 


06 
00 


177 


268 


292 


47,618 


15 


163 08 


32,459 30 


342 


27 


174 
179 
176 
174 


155 
151 
155 
168 


168 
161 
166 
188 


21,271 
39,744 
22,085 
42,993 


65 
76 
76 
56 


126 62 
246 86 
133 05 

228 69 


14,262 92 
18,275 78 
12,700 58 
30,084 67 


293 

570 

448 

1,094 


02 
81 
61 
15 


176 


179 


192 


18,553 


21 


96 63 


12,376 87 


835 


35 


176 


191 


210 


34,646 


38 


164 98 


23,409 83 


281 


39 


175 


111 


119 


12,245 


77 


102 91 


8,915 00 


109 


39 


: 


\ 


: 






- 


- 


- 




174 


9,294 


10,098 


$1,498,888 


27 


$148 43 


$980,182 04 


S27,093 


60 



114 



P.D. 2. 
Gboup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Jttnior High Schools 







PRINCIPALS 












TOWNS 


AND TEACHERS 


1 
a 

-2 

a 

■■3 

(2 


PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 






g 
g 1 


1 




0,8 

& « 

< 






82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


185 

186 
187 
188 
189 


MiUis . . . . 
Burlington . 
Southborough 
Hatfield 
Lunenburg . 


1 2 

2 3 


- 


58 
97 


49 
78 


17,770 
28,895 


190 
191 
192 
193 
194 


Rutland 

Hardwick 

Chatham 

Groveland . . . 

Townsend 


; 2 

'. 3 2 


1 


64 
67 


39 
54 


16,917 
19,214 


195 
196 
197 
198 
199 


Hamilton 
Northfield . 
Tisbury 
Norwell 
West Boylston 


3 3 

2 

; - 3 


- 


61 
41 

42 


36 

45 

53 


16,375 
14,357 

14,752 


200 
201 
202 
203 
204 


Stockbridge . 
Georgetown . 
Harvard 
Sudbury 
Pembroke 


: - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


205 
206 
207 
208 
209 


Sheffield 
Williamsburg 
Littleton 
Shelburne 
Oak Bluffs . 


: - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


210 
211 
212 
213 
214 


West Newbury 

Orleans 

Brookfield . 

Dover . . . . 

Edgartown . 


1 2 

1 1 

1 

1 2 


1 
1 


24 
43 
39 
23 


23 
40 
28 
31 


7,787 
10,270 
11,578 

9,325 


215 
216 
217 
218 
219 


Sandwich 
Huntington . 
Mendon 
Plainville 
Chester 


; - 3 


1 


40 


45 


13,553 


220 
221 
222 
223 
224 


Stowdi 

Topsfield . 
Ashby 
Brimfield 

New Marlborough 


'. - 1 


- 


32 


24 


8,912 


225 
226 
227 
228 
229 


Bernardston 
Petersham . 
Well fleet . 
Ashfield 
Charlemont 


1 


1 


22 


28 


8,212 


230 
231 


Princeton . 

New Salem . 

Total 


] 


- 


- 


- 


- 




52 78 


23 


1,944 


1,730 


602,012 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



115 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Year ending June 30, 1950 



ss 



bOoo 

IS >. 



f-S 



EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 






:a 



(In 03 g o^ 



.2 d - 
fl ° '-'J3 



il 



88 


89 


90 


91 


92 




93 


94 


180 
180 


99 
161 


105 
171 


$20,013 15 
21,407 32 


$190 60 
125 19 


$14,108 66 
12,504 65 


$205 
152 


66 
29 


180 


94 


100 


20,368 79 


203 


69 


11,619 88 


175 


00 


177 


108 


116 


16,067 59 


138 51 


10,272 10 


336 


92 


180 
180 


91 
80 


96 

85 


26,210 26 
15,046 82 


273 

177 


02 
02 


16,400 02 
9,750 00 


201 18 
100 00 


180 


82 


88 


24,752 40 


281 


28 


13,192 33 


293 


65 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


. 


_ 


. 




~ 


_ 


: 


: 


. 




~ 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 






— 


- 


- 


- 


- 




— 




» 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




: 




■- 


176 
180 
180 
180 


44 
75 
64 
52 


47 
79 
68 
56 


9,384 55 
26,158 55 

9,565 62 
16,368 76 


199 
331 
140 
292 


67 
12 
67 
30 


7,392 17 
13,552 15 

5,727 17 
10,361 46 


137 

403 

59 

381 


63' 
56 
65. 
70 


183 


74 


78 


11,327 01 


145 


22 


7,687 08 


579 


30 


180 


50 


52 


15,648 32 


300 


93 


10,101 47 


380 


20. 


180 


46 


48 


9,058 20 


188 71 


5,225 00 


100 


00 


180 


3,368 


3,566 


$752,780 67 


$211 


10 


$481,454 87 


$11,207 


95 



116 



Geoup III. 



P.D. 2 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Senior High ScHOOLa 





PRINCIPALS AND 
TEACHEKS 


2 
1 

1 


PUPILS ENBOLLBD 


^ - 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 






Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


II 

< 



185 Milhs . 

186 Burlington . 

187 Southborough 

188 Hatfield 

189 Lunenburg . 

190 Rutland 

191 Hardwick . 

192 Chatham 

193 Groveland . 

194 Townsend 

195 Hamilton 

196 Northfield . 

197 Tisbury 

198 Norwell 

199 West BoylBton 

200 Stockbridge . 

201 Georgetown . 

202 Harvard 

203 Sudbury 

204 Pembroke . 

205 Sheffield 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Littleton 

208 Shelburne . 

209 Oak Blugs . 

210 West Newbury 

211 Orleans 

212 Brookfield 

213 Dover . 

214 Edgartown 

215 Sandwich 

216 Huntington 

217 Mendon 

218 Plainville 

219 Chester 

220 Stowe 

221 Topsfield 

222 Ashby 

223 Brimfield 

224 New Marlborough 

225 Bernardston 

226 Petersham 

227 Wellfleet 

228 Ashfield 

229 Charlemontf. 

230 Princeton 

231 New Salem . 

Total 



Towns in Group IV do not main- 
tain public high schools. The State 
totals are, therefore 



1 


2 


3 


5 


2 


3 


3 


3 



121 



1,936 1,977 



97 




34 
39 



99 



37 


32 


39 


58 


30 
16 


48 
34 



40 



17 


21 


44 


40 


18 


23 


18 


16 



28 23 



23 16 



15 29 



1,252 1,513 



445,049 



39,053 39,514 ' 12,509,369 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



117 



Systems 



180 
180 



180 
180 



180 
180 



180 



180 
180 
180 
liSO 



183 



180 



180 



177 



179 



102 



64 
92 



59 
89 



73 
46 



57 



35 
79 
39 
30 



46 



37 



2,515 



(GriVDes X, 


XI, AND 


XII), 


Year ending 


June 30, 


1950 








"S 




Q. 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 






1 


>f 








GENERAL 


CONTROL 


o a r 


o 


la 


5 




B 

a 

2 

> 




a 

3 

o 

a 


er pupil in 
irerage 
embership 
senior 
gh schools 


xpenditure 
ries of pri 
supervisors 
teachers 


£J3 

3 ° 

C -w 


< 


< 




< 




< 


(1h a) S Oj3 


W 


H 



69 
98 



65 
94 



77 
48 



60 



37 
82 
40 
32 



39 



2,666 



69,658 74,898 



$21,707 43 
25,759 39 



28,349 27 

16,346 58 

26,367 23 
18,635 12 

17,431 56 



17,470 23 



16,593 80 



11,905 05 



105 



8314 60 
262 85 



436 14 
173 90 



342 43 
388 23 



290 53 



9,515 59 


257 18 


31,375 06 


382 62 


14,624 29 


365 61 


24,036 03 


751 13 



363 96 



290 37 



' 106 


107 


S14,108 66 
15,682 10 


$205 66 
560 87 


16,931 89 


117 39 


10,590 34 


262 32 


16,556 97 
12,868 00 


201 18 
300 49 


8,794 88 


195 76 


7,410 25 
19,694 76 
10,950 62 
17,262 47 


97 90 
404 00 
363 19 
291 62 


12,587 07 


1,144 78 


10,101 47 


506 00 


8,638 50 


100 00 


§564,832 48 


$14,687 22 



$20,635,434 08 $275 51 $15,040,567 17 $241,280 75 



118 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Public Dat High Schools (Foub 





^ 


PRINCIPALS AND 








73 

C 




§ 
TOWNS M 

■ J3 

"o 
.a 


TEACHERS 


2 

a 
1 

1 


PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 


\ 




d 
© 

s i 


1 

n 


-a 

3 


T3 




108 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


185 

186 
187 
188 
189 


Millis .... 1 
Burlington ... 1 
Southborough . . 1 
Hatfield ... 1 
Lunenburg ... 1 


3 4 

3 4 

4 3 


3 


52 
38 
65 


49 
37 
76 


18,031 
12,168 
23,599 


190 
191 
192 
193 
194 


Rutland ... 1 
Hardwick ... 1 
Chatham ... 1 
Groveland ... 1 
Townsend ... 1 


2 3 

2 4 

2 4 


2 
1 

2 


25 
35 

26 


44 
56 

63 


10,760 
14,728 

14,764 


195 
196 
197 
198 
199 


Hamilton ... 1 
Northfield ... 1 
Tisbury ... 1 
Norwell ... 1 
West Boylston . . 1 


5 2 
5 5 


2 
1 


80 
48 


58 
62 


18,870 
18,172 


200 
201 
202 
203 
204 


Stockbridge ... 1 
Georgetown ... 1 
Harvard ... 1 
Sudbury ... 1 
Pembroke ... 1 


6 4 
4 3 

2 3 

3 4 

4 3 


2 
2 
2 
1 


66 
44 
39 
44 
49 


68 
57 
26 
60 
54 


21,364 
17,193 
10,871 
17,456 
16,950 


205 
206 
207 
208 
209 


Sheffield ... 1 
Williamsburg . . 1 
Littleton ... 1 
Shelburne ... 1 
Oak Bluffs ... 1 


4 1 
3 3 
3 3 
7 5 

5 1 


1 

2 
3 

2 

2 


30 
44 
42 
102 
38 


48 
56 
41 
146 
41 


12,390 
16,754 
14,002 
41,236 
12,283 


210 
211 
212 
213 
214 


West Newbury . . 1 
Orleans ... 1 
Brookfield ... 1 
Dover .... 1 
Edgartown ... 1 


3 3 


2 


34 


28 


9,773 


215 
216 
217 
218 
219 


Sandwich ... 1 
Huntington ... 1 
Mendon ... 1 
Plainville ... 1 
Chester ... 1 


3 2 

4 1 
2 2 

1 5 


2 
2 


35 
27 
35 

40 


43 
32 
34 

63 


12,216 
9,823 
10,763 

17,404 


220 

221 
222 
223 
224 


Stowe ... 1 
Topsfield ... 1 
Ashby ... 1 
Brimfield ... 1 
New Marlborough . 1 


1 3 

2 2 

3 2 
2 2 


3 

1 

1 


34 

30 
34 
15 


45 

23 
45 
21 


13,174 

8,854 

12,203 

5,833 


225 
226 
227 
228 
229 


Bernardston . 1 
Petersham ... 1 
Wellfleet ... 1 
Ashfield ... 1 
Charlemont . . 1 


2 2 

1 3 

2 2 
2 3 


1 
1 


10 
27 
29 
21 


22 
19 
29 
37 


5,316 
7,321 
9,816 
9,313 


230 

231 


Princeton ... 1 
New Salem ... 1 


2 2 
2 2 


3 

1 


14 
47 


17 
48 


5,589 
15,401 




Total ... 107 


296 287 


89 


4,763 


5,353 


1,650,789 




Group IV towns do not 
maintain high schools. 
The State totals are 
therefore . . . 268 


1,337 1,352 


156 


25,703 


28,059 


8,808.794 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HlGH SCHOOLS 



119 



Continued 



Years), Year ending June 30, 1950 



1 


13 














S <u „ 




"3 


0) 

i? 

T3 




n 

i 


expenditure for 

support, exclusive op 

general control 




re for salan 
cipals, sup 
nd teacher. 


•2, 


3 9 






c: a 




(S 


C.2 














1 3 H « 


3 




a 






C 




■a^e;!'^ 


1 ?'^g" 


^^ 


V d 


1 


1 


(3 
> 


o 

a 




Per p 
ave 

meral 
of h 


-a 




t| 


< 


<i 




< 


<i 






' w 


w 



180 
ISO 
180 

180 
180 

180 



180 



116 



101 

67 

131 

60 

82 



64 



180 



9,213 



48,866 



117 



106 

72 

137 

63 

87 



180 


105 


114 


180 


101 


107 


180 


119 


126 


180 


96 


99 


180 


60 


64 


181 


96 


101 


180 


94 


99 


182 


68 


75 


182 


96 


98 


180 


78 


83 


180 


229 


240 


180 


68 


73 



60 



180 
180 
.181 


68 
55 
59 


71 
58 
64 


182 


96 


102 


180 


73 


76 


180 
180 
180 


49 
68 
32 


52 
71 
35 


180 
180 
180 
181 


30 
41 
55 
51 


31 
43 
57 
54 


180 
180 


31 

86 


32 
92 



9,730 



51,755 



118 


119 


120 




121 


$26,517 69 
25,969 19 
36,972 16 


$250 17 
360 68 
269 87 


$17,998 64 
17,825 99 
20,735 49 


$167 31 
473 01 
366 69 


19,210 36 
28,599 80 


304 93 
328 73 


11,734 03 
17,764 66 


351 91 
620 17 


24,486 61 


284 73 


15,979 


11 


312 03 


27,935 03 


246 04 


18,266 


26 


- 


26,800 27 


250 47 


16,171 


34 


686 49 


33,382 54 
28,934 85 
20,831 54 
29,189 19 
27,341 22 


264 94 
292 27 
325 49 
289 00 
276 17 


20,969 30 
19,947 34 
13,203 60 
20,552 73 
16,444 92 


458 44 
502 66 
398 49 
392 46 
352 28 


18,868 30 
21,712 64 
24,815 44 
53,975 89 
25,085 62 


251 58 
221 66 
298 98 
224 90 
343 64 


12,789 
14,091 
17,776 
33,168 
17,972 


17 

77 
97 
56 
67 


343 07 

477 45 
155 45 
604 01 
257 40 


29,118 60 


485 31 


20,788 52 


296 23 


20,490 53 
21,659 76 
19,208 68 


288 60 
373 44 
300 13 


13,178 21- 
15,277 16 
11,889 76 


212 62 
254 72 
239 13 


22,524 12 


220 82 


16,620 


38 


190 42 


17,934 03 


236 97 


11,246 


09 


631 14 


15,682 27 
19,606 33 
14,434 01 


301 68 
276 15 
412 40 


10,033 
12,164 
10,758 


84 
50 
04 


373 67 
282 85 
182 19 


16,995 73 
16,010 63 
17,763 36 
19,727 80 


548 26 
372 34 
311 64 
365 33 


11,399 
10,861 
10,361 
10,976 


85 
43 
60 
66 


280 27 
277 09 
236 65 
949 85 


15,066 79 
16,057 99 


470 84 
174 64 


10,059 
10,693 


59 

17 


127 65 
283 46 


$2,603,463 70 


$267 29 


$ 1,635.462 


14 


$41,255 99 


$13,008,342 66 


$251 34 


$9,241,349 72 


$192,308 95 



120 



Group III 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 





TOWNS 










Pebsons 5 TO 16 Yeabb 






5 TO 


7 Years 






7to 




a 

O 


B 


Q 


"0 m 


'o 


a 

O 






'S <" 


o 


V 


=s S 


o 








£-0 






is -2 3 

&|3 


id 

"II 






a 


Cl 


a 


^ 


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'"' 










130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


185 


Millis .... 


106 


102 


3 


_ 


1 


371 


186 


Burlington . 


143 


89 


24 


- 


30 


560 


187 


Southborough 


100 


54 


19 


- 


27 


368 


188 


Hatfield 


81 


63 


- 


- 


18 


257 


189 


Lunenburg . 


163 


92 


9 


- 


62 


509 


190 


Rutland 


83 


57 


_ 


_ 


26 


268 


191 


Hard wick 


124 


56 


27 


- 


41 


309 


192 


Chatham 


92 


64 


7 


- 


21 


309 


193 


Groveland . 


81 


81 


— 


- 


- 


326 


194 


Townsend . 


121 


81 


- 


- 


40 


407 


195 


Hamilton 


98 


87 


11 


_ 


_ 


292 


196 


Northfield . 


83 


72 


- 


- 


11 


318 


137 


Tisbury 


82 


82 


- 


- 


- 


274 


198 


Norwell 


99 


62 


2 


1 


34 


361 


199 


West Boylston 


109 


109 


- 


- 


- 


386 


200 


Stockbridge . 


74 


64 


7 


_ 


3 


220 


201 


Georgetown . 


82 


82 


- 


- 


- 


297 


202 


Harvard 


46 


26 


1 


- 


19 


157 


203 


Sudbury 


132 


76 


15 


— 


41 


374 


201 


Pembroke 


124 


69 


- 


- 


55 


371 


205 


Sheffield 


45 


45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


253 


203 


Williamsburg 


53 


33 


- 


- 


20 


272 


207 


Littleton 


75 


54 


1 


- 


20 


256 


203 


Shelbuine . 


65 


58 


- 


— 


7 


201 


209 


Oak Bluffs . . . 


48 


38 


- 


- 


10 


242 


210 


West Newbury 


45 


45 


- 


_ 


_ 


316 


211 


Orleans 


60 


43 


- 


- 


17 


216 


212 


Brookfield . 


41 


39 


2 


- 


- 


208 


213 


Dover .... 


83 


72 


11 


- 


_ 


248 


214 


Edgartown . 


43 


30 


- 


- 


13 


211 


215 


Sandwich 


58 


36 


_ 


- 


22 


178 


216 


Huntington . 


51 


30 


— 


- 


21 


144 


217 


Mendon 


58 


35 


3 


- 


20 


231 


218 


Plainville 


70 


60 


10 


- 


- 


298 


219 


Chester 


53 


34 


- 


1 


18 


199 


220 


Stows .... 


64 


47 


_ 


_ 


17 


218 


221 


Topsfield 


66 


66 


— 


- 


- 


198 


222 


Ashby 


78 


45 


5 


- 


28 


179 


223 


Brimfield 


48 


25 


1 


- 


22 


210 


224 


New Marlborough 


20 


20 


- 


- 


- 


115 


225 


Bernardston 


45 


30 


1 


_ 


14 


167 


226 


Petersham . 


36 


18 


- 


- 


18 


123 


227 


Wellfleet 


30 


24 


— 


- 


6 


122 


228 


Ashfield 


38 


23 


- 


- 


15 


140 


229 


Charlemont . 


33 


16 


- 


- 


17 


132 


230 


Princeton 


47 


34 


5 


_ 


8 


135 


231 


New Salem . 
Total 


15 


8 


- 


- 


7 


64 




. 12,620 


8,949 


902 


5 


2,764 


44,140 



Ft. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



121 















Illiterate 


OF Age, Oct. 1, 


1949 










MiNons, 
Years 


16 TO 21 

OF AQH 














.« - 


1 - . 


16 Years 












O O 

r 


^1< 


sis 
III 


i 

^11 


3 2-3 

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fa 

2-03 

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III 


"3 
o 


jceiving e 
tional certifi 
year ending 
31, 1949 


^ 


a 


a 


e 


a 


^ 


C3 


« 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


341 


14 


7 


5 


_ 


4 


1 


_ 


493 


63 


— 


1 


1 


2 


_ 


_ 


304 


59 


_ 


5 




_ 


_ 


_ 


217 


24 


— 


11 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


472 


34 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


267 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


246 


59 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


309 




— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


313 


10 


— 


3 


— 


_ 


_ 


— 


400 


1 


- 




- 


6 


- 


- 


263 


29 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


299 


15 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


274 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


338 


15 


_ 


4 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


338 


8 


- 


- 


40 


- 


- 


- 


203 


16 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


291 


4 


- 


1 


— 


1 


_ 


_ 


157 


_ 


_ 




_■ 




_ 


_ 


339 


32 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


368 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


247 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


265 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


255 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1 


_ 


198 




_ 


3 


_ 


_ 




_ 


242 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


178 


136 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


210 


4 


_ 


1 


1 




_ 


_ 


205 


2 


_ 






1 


_ 


_ 


175 


72 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


211 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


178 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 








136 


7 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


207 


18 


_ 




_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


266 


31 


_ 


_ 


1 




_ 


_ 


199 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


213 


3 


_ 


^ 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


191 


— 


— 


6 


1 






_ 


177 


2 


. 






_ 


_ 


_ 


196 


9 


_ 


— 


2 


3 


_ 


_ 


114 


1 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


162 


_ 


4 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


123 


_ 




_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


122 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


139 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


130 




- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


129 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


64 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40,334 


3,273 


23 


203 


112 


195 


56 


13 



122 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



Membership in Public Day 







Elementary Schools 




^^ 


iS 










TOWNS 


a 
















M 


73 


s-^ 


^ 


(N 


CO 


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s-S 


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a 


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185 Millis . 

186 Burlington . 

187 Southborough 

188 Hatfield 

189 Lunenburg . 

190 Rutland 

191 Hardwick . 

192 Chatham 

193 Groveland . 

194 Townsend 

195 Hamilton 

196 Northfield . 

197 Tisbury 

198 Norwell 

199 West Boylston 

200 Stockbridge . 

201 Georgetown . 

202 Harvard 

203 Sudbury 

204 Pembroke . 

205 Sheffield 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Littleton 

208 Shelburne . 

209 Oak Bluffs . 

210 West Newbury 

211 Orleans 

212 Brookfield 

213 Dover . 

214 Edgartown 

215 Sandwich 

216 Huntington 

217 Mendon 

218 Plainville 

219 Chester 

220 Stowe . 

221 Topsfield 

222 Ashby 

223 Brimfield 

224 New Marlborough 

225 Bernardston 

226 Petersham . 

227 Wellfieet 

228 Ashfield 

229 Charlemont . 

230 Princeton . 

231 New Salem . 

Total 



144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


- 


- 


- 


48 


42 


50 


49 


32 


_ 


- 


_ 


42 


38 


28 


24 


26 


- 


- 


- 


96 


44 


52 


76 


47 


_ 


_ 


_ 


55 


40 


30 


24 


30 


- 


- 


- 


48 


42 


30 


29 


38 


- 


- 


- 


64 


57 


61 


41 


33 


40 


_ 


- 


46 


36 


28 


23 


41 


49 


- 


- 


56 


54 


47 


43 


30 


22 


_ 


_ 


36 


30 


27 


23 


32 


_ 


- 


- 


61 


59 


39 


39 


30 


_ 


- 


- 


25 


17 


12 


19 


20 


_ 


_ 


_ 


62 


65 


41 


37 


39 


- 


- 


- 


62 


64 


51 


41 


43 


_ 


_ 


_ 


41 


43 


27 


30 


34 


_ 


_ 


_ 


33 


37 


37 


41 


41 


_ 


_ 


_ 


53 


44 


38 


28 


28 


_ 


- 


- 


30 


24 


24 


22 


22 


: 


_ 


: 


32 


53 


25 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 


29 


26 


26 


31 


25 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


16 


18 


16 


23 


_ 


_ 


1 


25 


31 


16 


21 


15 


- 


- 


- 


32 


36 


24 


21 


27 


- 


- 


- 


31 


29 


24 


22 


20 


- 




- 


35 


32 


24 


22 


23 


I 


_ 


_ 


33 


34 


27 


28 


29 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


23 


28 


21 


31 


- 


- 


- 


16 


17 


15 


18 


19 


- 


- 


- 


17 


19 


20 


11 


16 


_ 


_ 


_ 


21 


17 


21 


11 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


28 


16 


12 


19 


- 


- 


- 


13 


17 


11 


20 


14 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31 


20 


24 


14 


16 


- 


- 


- 


8 


9 


6 


6 


5 


466 


15 


2 


4,917 


4,365 


3,620 


3,534 


3,299 



Pt. II. 

ANB MAINTAINING HiQH SCHOOLS — Continued 



123 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 



(Grades I to VIII) 


High Schools (Four Years) 








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oi 


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00 






s 


t% 


i 


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rade 


2 


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1 


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o 




1 


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3 




O O 


O 


o 


H 


s 


02 


H 


fe 


S 


H 


O 



152 


153 


154 155 156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


27 
26 
46 


28 
31 
52 


32 
31 

47 


308 
246 
460 


28 
24 
36 


28 
20 
49 


15 
16 
30 


33 

15 

27 


\ 


104 
75 
142 


412 
321 
602 


25 
22 


31 
24 


28 
22 


263 
255 


26 
32 


15 
23 


16 
23 


13 
13 


- 


70 
91 


333 
346 


26 


32 


36 


350 


24 


22 


25 


17 


- 


88 


438 


27 


50 


35 


326 


31 


31 


28 


28 


- 


118 


444 


29 


40 


27 


375 


30 


30 


24 


26 


- 


110 


485 


28 
29 
25 
34 
47 


31 
30 
15 
43 
50 


12 
31 
16 
37 
30 


241 
318 
149 
358 
388 


40 
25 
16 
40 
31 


36 
33 
20 

18 
25 


33 
23 

18 
29 
21 


31 
19 
9 
15 
24 


2 
1 


142 
101 
63 
102 
101 


383 

419 
212 
460 
489 


27 
40 
25 
27 
25 


23 
29 
25 
19 
25 


28 
22 
29 
31 

27 


253 
280 
270 
199 
237 


23 

24 
27 
73 
26 


14 
32 
19 
61 
19 


18 
25 
20 
54 
15 


17 
21 
16 
52 
19 


2 
4 


74 
102 

82 
244 

79 


327 
382 
352 
443 
316 


23 


25 


18 


203 


13 


15 


24 


10 


- 


62 


265 


27 
22 
27 


23 
13 
23 


18 

7 

23 


173 
151 
213 


27 
13 
24 


21 
15 
18 


14 
12 
12 


16 
18 
12 


- 


78 
58 
66 


251 
209 
279 


25 


24 


22 


197 


23 


30 


25 


25 


- 


103 


300 


24 


17 


24 


201 


30 


19 


14 


16 


- 


79 


280 


13 
23 
15 


18 
19 
14 


21 
20 
15 


203 

187 
129 


17 

28 

9 


14 
16 

7 


11 
11 
9 


11 
23 
10 


- 


53 
78 
35 


256 
265 
164 


9 
12 
14 
11 


22 
16 
15 
11 


9 
18 
13 

18 


123 
131 
137 
115 


11 
17 
16 
24 


9 
9 
19 

14 


9 

9 

9 

15 


3 

8 
14 
5 


1 


32 

44 
58 
58 


155 
175 
195 
173 


17 
8 


17 
6 


12 
11 


151 
59 


11 
35 


9 
24 


8 
19 


4 
17 


- 


32 
95 


183 
154 


3,239 


3,206 


2,969 


- 29,632 


3,046 


2,669 


2,226 


2,089 


24 


10,054 


39,686 



124 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Membership in Public Dat 











ELEMENTABT SCHOOLS 


(grades I TO Vl) 


TOWNS 






^, 














^ 




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o 


o 


o 


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185 Millis . 

186 Burlington 

187 Southborough 

188 Hatfield 

189 Lunenburg 

190 Rutland 

191 Hard wick 

192 Chatham 

193 Groveland 

194 Townsend 

195 Hamilton 

196 Northfield 

197 Tisbury 

198 Norwell 

199 West Boylston 

200 Stockbridge . 

201 Georgetown . 

202 Harvard 

203 Sudbury 

204 Pembroke . 

205 Sheffield 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Littleton 

208 Shelburne . 

209 Oak Bluffs . 

210 West Newbury 

211 Orleans 

212 Brookfield 

213 Dover . 

214 Edgartown 

215 Sandwich 

216 Huntington 

217 Mendon 

218 Plainville 

219 Chester 

220 Stowe . 

221 Topsfield 

222 Ashby 

223 Brimfield 

224 New Marlborough 

225 Bernardston 

226 Petersham . 

227 WeUfleet 

228 Ashfield 

229 Charlemont . 

230 Princeton . 

231 New Salem . 

Total 



164 


165 


166 


167 


16S 


169 


170 


171 


31 


10 


- 


61 
71 


48 
62 


36 

67 


40 
57 


33 
52 



40 



30 



28 



56 


44 


39 


33 


40 


79 


62 


46 


44 


35 


63 
34 


41 
45 


39 

42 


30 
23 


40 
32 



55 



434 



66 



43 



27 



48 



38 34 27 15 27 

35 28 28 21 27 

32 29 32 28 18 

34 34 24 34 18 



38 41 28 27 26 



38 40 41 26 25 



26 23 15 25 12 



3 2,070 1,856 1,582 1,426 1,398 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Concluded 



125 



Systems 



Schools 


BT Grades, Oct. 1, 1919 






















JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 




SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 










(grades VII TO IX) 






(grades X TO 


XIl) 






(D 

i 


o 


ll.a |.s 


o 

-§1 

O 


3 
^ 


o 
o 

2 

o 


OS 
u 

o 


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T3 

a 
O 


O 


"3 
o 

1 

O 


172 


173 


174 175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


39 


288 


30 45 


31 


106 


32 


20 


18 


1 


71 


465 


40 


359 


58 55 


62 


175 


35 


34 


32 


- 


101 


635 


37 


249 


41 27 


35 


103 


27 


14 


25 


- 


66 


418 


57 


323 


40 43 


38 


121 


30 


33 


30 


- 


93 


537 


34 


287 


27 36 


34 


97 


26 


27 


25 


_ 


78 


462 


28 


204 


30 40 


16 


86 


17 


20 


11 


- 


48 


338 


31 


297 


40 26 


26 


92 


22 


19 


22 


- 


63 


452 


22 


163 


19 15 


13 


47 


13 


18 


7 


- 


38 


248 


27 


166 


15 25 


42 


82 


31 


28 


25 


- 


84 


332 


24 


163 


21 23 


23 


67 


12 


11 


18 


— 


41 


271 


17 


191 


23 14 


17 


54 


6 


12 


14 


- 


32 


277 


29 


189 


39 28 


17 


84 


22 


16 


13 


- 


51 


324 


21 


219 


19 19 


18 


56 


19 


11 


9 


- 


39 


314 


• 21 


122 


13 18 


19 


50 


19 


13 


12 


- 


44 


216 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


\ 


~ 


1.367 


10,163 


1,270 1,200 


1,156 


3,626 


1,010 


888 


831 


11 


2,740 


16,529 



126 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Pbincipals and Teachers, 



BLEMENTAHT SCHOOLS 



GBADUATB OF 





TOWNS 


U 


TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


■a 






03 

-2 fa E 




"a 
o 


if 


CO 








184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


185 
186 
187 
188 
189 


Millis . 
Burlington . 
Snuthborough 
Hatfield 
Lunenburg . 


3 

2 

'. 3 


3 
5 

8 
4 
4 


2 
4 


2 
3 
2 
3 
5 


1 

1 

1 


1 

1 


- 


1 
1 


190 
191 
192 
193 
194 


Rutland 
Hard wick 
Chatham 
Groveland . 
Townsend 


1 
2 
1 
3 
1 


6 
3 
3 

5 
2 


1 

2 
1 


1 
2 
2 
2 
7 


1 


1 


- 


1 


195 
196 
197 
198 
199 


Hamilton 
Northfield . 
Tisbury 
Norwell 
West Boylston 


'. 4 
1 
1 


4 
4 
1 
6 
5 


2 

3 

2 
4 


3 
3 

2 

3 


1 


- 


- 


2 


200 
201 
202 
203 
204 


Stockbridge . 
Georgetown . 
Harvard 
Sudbury 
Pembroke 


'. 1 
2 
4 
2 


4 
6 
2 
1 
3 


1 

1 
2 
1 
2 


4 
1 
2 
3 
6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


205 
206 
207 
208 
209 


Sheffield 
Williamsburg 
Littleton 
Shelburne 
Oak Bluffs . 


1 

'. 2 
2 
4 


4 
5 
4 
4 
3 


2 

1 


2 
2 
1 
2 


3 

1 


1 


1 


- 


210 
211 
212 
213 
214 


West Newbury 
Orleans 
Brookfield . 
Dover . 
Edgartown . 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


3 
3 

2 
5 
5 


1 
2 

1 


1 
2 
3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


215 
216 
217 
218 
219 


Sandwich 
Huntington . 
Mendon 
Plainville 
Chester 


1 
2 
2 
1 


4 
2 
1 
4 
4 


1 
1* 

1 


2 
2 
3 


- 


- 


- 


1 
1 


220 
221 
222 
223 
224 


Stowe . 

Topsfield 

Ashby 

Brimfield 

New Marlborough 


1 
2 
1 

2 


5 
3 
1 
2 

2 


1 
3 


1 

5 
1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


225 
226 
227 
228 
229 


Bernardston 
Petersham . 
WeUfieet 
Ashfield 
Charlemont . 


'. 3 

'. 1 


1 
2 

4 

3 


2 


2 
3 


1 


- 


- 


1 


230 
231 


Princeton 
New Salem . 

Total 


'. 2 


2 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 




. 264 


517 


153 


342 


43 


24 


8 


33 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



127 



Classified accokdinq to Training, Jan. 1, 1950 












junior high schools 


"o 


3 


Graduate of 


1 


"o 
o 

O m 




^& 

.3 " 
2g 

M§ 
o m 


O 


TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOB 


>> 

■a 

CO 




With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 

years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 
or more 


3 


192 


193 


194 


195 196 197 


198 199 200 


201 


202 


203 


- 


9 
12 
12 
10 
17 


3 
3 


1 


: : : 


1 


- 


3 
5 


- 


10 

9 

8 

11 

10 


1 
2 


- - 1 

- - 2 


1 - - 


- 


- 


2 
5 


~ 


9 

9 

10 

10 

13 


1 
2 

1 


2-3 
2 - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


6 

2 

3 


- 


9 

10 

8 

9 

13 


- 


- - - 


- - - 




- 


- 


1 


10 
9 

10 
7 

10 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 
6 
5 
10 
9 


3 

1 

3 


1 - 


: : : 


1 


- 


3 
2 

1 
3 


- 


8 
6 
6 
5 

8 


3 


: : : 


III 


- 


- 


3 


- 


8 
8 
7 
7 
5 


- 


1 


- - - 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 
7 
4 
5 
3 


1 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


1 


- 


8 
3 


_ 


- - - 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1,386 


79 


10 2 29 


4 3 1 


2 


- 


130 



128 



P.D. 2. 

Geoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, classified according to Thaininq, 
high schools 







GRADTJATB OF 




TOWNS 


<D 

O 


TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


"3 
IS 

03 




With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 
or more 



204 



186 
186 
187 
188 
189 


MiUis . 
Burlington . 
Southorough. 
Hatfield 
Lunenburg . 


8 
4 
5 
6 
6 


190 
191 
192 
193 
194 


Rutland 
E ardwick 
Chatham 
Groveland . 
Townsend 


4 
5 
7 
5 
2 


195 
196 
197 
198 
199 


Hamilton 
Northfield . 
isbury 
Ncrwell 
West Boylston 


2 
4 
5 
6 
4 


200 
201 
202 
203 
204 


Stcckbridge . 
Georgetown . 
Harvard 

Sudbuiy 
Pembrcke 


8 
5 
5 
7 
4 


205 
206 

207 
208 
209 


Shefiield 
Williansbu/'g 
Littleton 
Shelburrie 
Oak Bluffs . 


5 
5 
3 
11 
4 


210 
211 
212 
213 
214 


West Newbury 
Orleans 
Brocl field . 
Dover . 
Edgartown . 


2 
7 
5 
5 
5 


215 
216 

217 
218 
219 


Sandwich 
Huntington . 
Mend(n 
Plainville 
Chester 


3 
5 
3 
5 
5 


220 
221 
222 
223 
224 


Stow . 

Topsfield . 

Ashby 

Brimfield 

New Marlborough 


3 
3 
3 

4 
4 


225 

226 
227 
228 
229 


Bernardston 
Petersham . 
Wellfieet . 
Ashfield 
Charlemont 


3 
4 
3 
4 
5 


230 
231 


Princeton . 
New Salem . 


3 
3 



207 

2 
3 
1 



Total 



652 



9 112 



208 



209 



210 

1 



211 



2 20 



10 



Pt. II. 



129 



AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — 


- Concluded 










Jan. 1, 1950 


School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 


BUTLDINaS 
USED FOR 








Not graduate of 
secondary school 

Total 


One-room 
buildings 

Two-room 
buddings 

Three-room 
buildings 

Four-room 
buildings 


Buildings of five 
or more rooms 

Total 




3 


Junior high 
(separate) 

Senior high 


"0 

la 


Total 

Valuation 

OF 

School 
Propertt 



213 

11 

7 
7 
7 
7 

5 
6 
8 
6 
5 



214 215 216 217 218 219 



1 3 

1 1 

1 1 

2 2 
1 1 



220 221 222 



222a 

1 



223 

$300,900 00 
333,800 00 
109,000 00 
224,500 00 
180,000 00 

62,000 00 

181,200 00 

219,000 00 

156,500 00 

340,000 00 

225,300 00 

214,500 00 

227,500 00 

507,000 00 

168,500 00 

126,000 00 

290.500 00 
122,000 00 
524,750 00 
360,593 00 

68,100 00 

101,790 00 

158,000 00 

86,600 00 

130,800 00 

46,800 GO 

327.501 00 
54,C0D 00 

151,100 00 
227,500 00 

265,000 00 
268,600 00 
60,500 00 
100,000 00 
151,000 00 

218,500 00 
97,000 00 

105,000 00 
48,800 00 
57,400 00 

23,000 00 
56,200 00 
61,000 00 
108,000 00 
38,000 00 

85,000 GO 
20,100 GO 



821 



28 



39 



46 197 325 



214 



70 



40 



3,062,932 03 



130 



Gkoup IV. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 











Teaching Staff in All Pttblic Day 






1 
8 




Schools - 


— Kindergarten. Elementabt. 








Junior High, High — 


- Jan. 1. 


1950 










P,»RT 




TOWNS 


a 


1-5 

"o 

3 




FtTLL TIME 




timb 






2 




el 






o 


a 


J^ 


2 m 




s § 






C3 o 


o 


a 


.2 2 

S 0) 




.3 "" 






"3^ 
u2 


03 -r 

_2o 


3 

13 


u .a 


3 








o 


'5'^ 


•c 


a ® 


o 


3 






h 


> 


PM 


02 H 


H 


00 






1 


2 


3 


4 5 


6 


7 


232 


Longmeadow 


5,790 


$15,629,640 


1 


4 39 


44 


_ 


233 


Seekonk 


4,912 


8,084,430 


1 


1 32 


34 


- 


234 


Dudley 


4,616 


3,035,425 


1 


1 18 


20 


3 


235 


Acushnet 


4,145 


3,057,465 


- 


17 


17 


- 


236 


Bedford 


3,807 


3,822,895 


1 


15 


16 


4 


237 


East LongmeadoT* 


3,403 


8,198,705 


_ 


17 


17 


2 


238 


Wilbraham . 


3,041 


4,836,521 


- 


13 


13 


2 


239 


North Reading 


2,886 


3,770,190 


1 


20 


21 


— 


240 


Rehoboth . 


2,736 


3,418,496 


- 


18 


18 


— 


241 


Shirley 


2,608 


2,023,780 


- 


11 


11 


2 


242 


Hanson 


2,570 


3,533,350 


_ 


16 


16 


_ 


243 


Salisbury 


2,376 


3,627,925 


- 


15 


15 


- 


244 


Middleton . 


2,348 


2,339,039 


1 


11 


12 


2 


245 


Norfolk 


2,294 


1,927,362 


- 


7 


7 


4 


246 


Lynnfield 


2,287 


6,948,520 


- 


18 


18 


- 


247 


Ashburnham 


2,255 


2,090,412 


- 


12 


12 


2 


248 


Upton 


2,249 


1,548,440 


- 


8 


8 


3 


249 


Sturbridge . 


2,227 


2,326,170 


- 


11 


11 


2 


250 


Hull . 


2,167 


19,005,305 


- 


1 24 


25 


2 


251 


Raynham 


2,141 


2,321,330 


- 


11 


11 


1 


252 


Westminster 


2,126 


2,365,170 


1 


11 


12 


3 


253 


Marion 


2,030 


5,374,933 


- 


14 


14 


3 


254 


Dennis 


2,015 


8,618,315 


1 


10 


11 


6 


255 


Nahant 


1,835 


5,336,000 


- 


17 


17 


3 


256 


Lincoln 


1,783 


4,172,008 


- 


2 14 


16 


2 


257 


Lakeville 


1,780 


2,159,025 


- 


8 


8 


1 


258 


Millville 


1,722 


1,046,054 


- 


9 


9 


1 


259 


Sterling 


1,713 


2,417,810 


1 


10 


11 


3 


260 


Cheshire 


1,708 


1,270,209 


- 


9 


9 


1 


261 


Tyngsborough 


1,634 


1,697,059 


- 


9 


9 


3 


262 


Mattapoisett 


1,608 


4,230,952 


1 


10 


11 


4 


263 


Newbury 


1,599 


2,582,973 


- 


8 


8 


- 


264 


Freetown 


1,584 


2,066,040 


- 


10 


10 


1 


265 


Southwick . 


1,579 


3,268,549 


1 


12 


13 


1 


266 


Rowley 


1,533 


1,654,321 


- 


9 


9 


2 


267 


Buckland . 


1.527 


2,856,925 


_ 


8 


8 


3 


268 


Colrain 


1,497 


1,559,250 


- 


8 


8 


3 


269 


Carver 


1,469 


3,542,950 


— 


fl 


9 


1 


270 


Boylston 


1,388 


1,109,082 


— 


8 


8 


6 


271 


West Brookfield 


1,387 


1,719,047 


1 


7 


8 


3 


272 


Essex . 


1,384 


1,991,105 


_ 


e 


9 


3 


273 


Erving 


1,328 


2,007,185 


- 


8 


8 


4 


274 


Lanesborough 


1,321 


1,726,193 


- 


9 


9 


1 


275 


Clarksburg . 


1,317 


750,774 


— 


8 


8 


- 


276 


Rochester . 


1,269 


1,517,916 


- 


7 


7 


2 


277 


Russell 


1,242 


2,605,857 


- 


8 


8 


2 


278 


Hinsdale 


1,235 


1,508,169 


- 


8 


8 


2 


279 


Wenham 


1,220 


4,177,780 


- 


9 


9 


2 


280 


Berkley 


1,130 


961,596 


- 


5 


5 


1 


281 


Granby 


1,085 


1,705,790 


~ 


8 


8 


2 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



131 



Pupils in All Public Day Schools — Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, 
High — Year ending June 30, 1950 



S-o 



< 



4) c a •- 

^ ■* '-•'73 












8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


1.004 


164,009 


908 


181 


981 


204 


8 


1,177 


937 


147,385 


820 


180 


881 


153 


1 


1,033 


488 


81,109 


453 


179 


482 


81 


9 


554 


452 


70,732 


414 


171 


434 


70 


7 


497 


381 


62,794 


351 


179 


377 


103 


12 


468 


510 


81,160 


464 


174 


498 


262 


8 


752 


377 


60,095 


345 


175 


372 


86 


3 


455 


711 


111,740 


646 


173 


728 


153 


11 


870 


589 


94,782 


526 


180 


569 


81 


5 


645 


245 


39,300 


231 


170 


245 


62 




307 


492 


77,184 


441 


176 


477 


117 


24 


570 


430 


66,402 


391 


170 


411 


S7 




498 


345 


54,771 


921 


171 


342 


95 


1 


436 


268 


39,974 


228 


175 


248 


73 




321 


512 


84,127 


481 


175 


510 


173 


- 


683 


353 


55,586 


332 


168 


351 


23 


_ 


374 


248 


42,200 


239 


177 


255 


169 


7 


417 


366 


54,407 


323 


168 


345 


54 


17 


382 


627 


95,349 


557 


171 


617 


155 


2 


770 


345 


53,677 


316 


170 


341 


104 


17 


428 


318 


51,390 


284 


180 


304 


74 


5 


373 


339 


64,716 


306 


180 


327 


38 


7 


358 


300 


46,063 


266 


173 


296 


105 


3 


398 


438 


69,681 


390 


179 


424 


68 




492 


329 


53,477 


304 


176 


331 


86 


5 


412 


269 


39,667 


231 


172 


253 


70 


3 


320 


202 


32,893 


189 


174 


199 


31 


1 


229 


315 


53,279 


297 


180 


313 


60 


1 


372 


275 


43,543 


249 


175 


269 


80 


13 


336 


302 


46,429 


272 


171 


293 


86 




379 


332 


53,306 


301 


177 


326 


74 


3 


397 


219 


34,299 


201 


171 


215 


38 


1 


252 


307 


46,751 


273 


171 


298 


64 


12 


350 


377 


53,680 


331 


162 


363 


84 


8 


439 


286 


45,421 


260 


175 


280 


83 


1 


362 


243 


39,254 


231 


171 


245 


56 


30 


271 


242 


38,628 


222 


170 


237 


48 


4 


281 


284 


44,523 


261 


171 


274 


67 


18 


323 


212 


34,958 


204 


171 


214 


59 


4 


269 


272 


41,467 


238 


178 


249 


73 


14 


308 


244 


36,747 


212 


173 


231 


63 


_ 


294 


168 


27,138 


158 


172 


167 


38 


5 


200 


262 


41,815 


237 


175 


257 


77 




334 


171 


25,934 


149 


174 


158 


55 


_ 


213 


212 


32,308 


188 


172 


201 


30 


8 


223 


197 


30,281 


180 


168 


193 


52 


5 


240 


250 


39,506 


228 


173 


249 


69 


21 


297 


190 


30,717 


277 


173 


189 


42 


4 


227 


172 


25,763 


155 


166 


168 


35 


_ 


203 


206 


33,117 


191 


174 


208 


66 


3 


271 



132 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Itemized Expenditttres for Support of All Pttblic 



towns 



Co 

Sfe-g 

"a 
02 



§2 
« g 

a) m 

■3-- 
o 







16 


17 


18 


19 


232 


Longmeadow 


$9,600 18 


S148,939 60 


S6,739 69 


$10,245 03 


233 


Seekonk 


5,826 92 


83.437 42 


1,251 76 


3,126 34 


234 


Dudley 


4,147 70 


59.995 62 


962 20 


1,522 38 


235 


Acushnet 


6,006 90 


48,999 00 


490 24 


1,265 43 


236 


Bedford 


1,450 00 


48,891 27 


894 97 


1.992 61 


237 


East Longmeadow 


4,902 78 


48,245 29 


2,240 09 


2.477 26 


238 


Wilbraham . 


3,942 41 


37,693 50 


2,217 85 


2.566 92 


239 


North Reading 


6,200 20 


45,425 62 


888 57 


1,060 67 


240 


Rehoboth 


3,341 61 


43,471 66 


1.066 44 


1.947 83 


241 


Shirley 


2,542 12 


27,279 00 


735 01 


493 22 


242 


Hanson 


3,028 65 


36,293 01 


1,193 12 


2.964 77 


243 


Salisbury 


2,419 94 


36,428 78 


744 07 


1.865 74 


244 


Middleton . 


886 20 


28,635 16 


900 67 


1,197 99 


245 


Norfolk 


2,533 86 


18.470 00 


528 46 


1,064 52 


246 


Lynnfield . 


2,912 05 


50,903 01 


810 70 


2,596 73 


247 


Ashburnham 


4,330 38 


25.292 50 


414 34 


1,984 90 


248 


Upton 


2,550 80 


19,704 73 


961 35 


971 50 


249 


Sturbridge . 


4,121 14 


25,880 00 


1,031 45 


1.253 85 


250 


Hull . 


8,722 13 


86.148 38 


3,017 39 


4.073 06 


251 


Raynham 


3,362 86 


26,990 52 


1,135 04 


1,731 92 


252 


Westminster 


2,880 84 


29.445 27 


1,750 53 


938 78 


253 


Marion 


7,230 72 


45,813 10 


935 87 


1,809 14 


254 


Dennis 


2,706 36 


33,705 51 


775 72 


2,538 33 


255 


Nahant 


6,298 15 


45,826 91 


591 42 


2,649 72 


256 


Lincoln 


7,224 35 


40,759 54 


1,168 03 


2,346 16 


257 


Lakeville 


2,635 80 


17,577 36 


662 68 


995 87 


258 


Millville 


2.078 00 


19,424 30 


1,660 92 


246 76 


259 


Sterling 


2,860 84 


27,754 28 


2,248 96 


1,080 49 


260 


Cheshire 


2,755 08 


19,152 50 


1,158 66 


586 40 


261 


Tyngsborough 


1,720 39 


20,915 99 


1.103 30 


1,336 95 


262 


Mattapoisett 


2,245 39 


31,841 27 


1,715 53 


1,742 72 


263 


Newbury 


2,214 08 


20,334 62 


423 40 


986 21 


264 


Freetown 


2,671 08 


24,952 45 


380 87 


563 66 


265 


Southwick . 


2,494 09 


33.281 40 


1,605 32 


2,077 86 


266 


Rowley 


1.538 90 


23,632 09 


486 46 


1,463 04 


267 


Buckland 


2,744 75 


24,087 21 


196 05 


1,491 47 


268 


Colrain 


2,745 23 


26,113 15 


620 62 


1,517 63 


269 


Carver 


2,658 65 


22.461 92 


672 61 


971 99 


270 


Boylston 


1,794 58 


18.601 60 


1,201 21 


778 59 


271 


West Brookfield . 


1,872 21 


19.220 95 


915 35 


1,092 86 


272 


Essex . 


2,914 07 


22,190 98 


487 02 


1,132 94 


273 


Erving 


2.466 51 


21,235 00 


589 05 


535 76 


274 


Lanesborough 


3.155 00 


18,869 00 


1,159 57 


169 18 


275 


Clarksburg . 


2.016 40 


18,902 44 


602 50 


845 44 


276 


Rochester . 


2,262 10 


16,321 38 


470 66 


1,184 05 


277 


Russell 


3,343 83 


26,460 77 


372 76 


903 25 


278 


Hinsdale 


3.541 75 


21,288 04 


989 73 


1,075 81 


279 


Wenham 


2,557 21 


26,260 50 


423 44 


980 44 


280 


Berkley 


1,289 83 


14,219 35 


483 47 


239 47 


281 


Granby 


1,602 35 


20,369 00 


351 88 


705 15 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



133 



Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation — Ybah ending June 30, 1950 













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20 

S26,632 29 
12,152 60 

9,792 64 
10,773 33 

9,529 67 



21 

813,643 05 
10,194 15 
2,355 57 
3,292 18 
3,422 79 



22 



23 

«2,194 32 

1,497 63 

622 85 

450 00 

1,071 84 



24 



14,992 30 
5,568 19 
2,085 40 
5,550 00 



25 

S6,341 50 
3,737 39 
1,255 31 
2,310 97 
3,216 60 



10,086 37 


5,229 46 


_ 


1,806 


45 


5,769 00 


11,850 00 


7,155 77 


3,211 45 


- 


1,731 


58 


5,929 53 


9,829 80 


8,652 77 


437 05 


- 


1,274 


84 


14,818 11 


3,704 52 


6,842 06 


3,429 14 


- 


1,406 


82 


7,958 68 


4,508 46 


5,383 00 


163 45 


- 


200 


00 


3,282 50 


1,780 00 


9,386 50 


1,814 59 


_ 


1,616 


87 


8,087 56 


5,500 80 


6,478 01 


740 08 


152 88 


1,586 


87 


4,100 00 


4,116 00 


4,163 02 


607 05 


- 


842 


37 


3,000 00 


2,000 00 


3,508 61 


267 06 


- 


599 


00 


1,966 00 


3,286 80 


8,094 88 


4,241 36 


- 


914 


39 


4,678 62 


10,979 61 


5,570 32 


8,451 20 


_ 


1,094 


33 


4,470 00 


4,534 50 


3,122 05 


5,624 78 


- 


606 


25 


3,006 48 


7,889 76 


5,556 15 


4,044 24 


105 27 


403 


00 


3,518 58 


5,864 19 


26,794 78 


326 34 


163 10 


5,516 


54 


14,400 00 


12,500 00 


6,034 98 


2,050 33 


- 


1,020 


24 


3,527 11 


4,208 10 


5,694 80 


1,373 04 


_ 


1,150 


98 


9,394 00 


4,686 90 


10,434 24 


3,084 34 


- 


2,355 


73 


4,986 00 


1,429 35 


7,803 07 


1,832 80 


- 


714 


51 


6,381 42 


5,961 66 


8,010 77 


4,281 50 


4 00 


1,759 


56 


20 00 


2,374 50 


9,154 70 


1,314 07 


- 


510 


00 


2,331 32 


7,879 28 


4,722 78 


358 71 


_ 


800 


01 


6,200 00 


5,300 00 


3,525 96 


1,286 87 


- 


500 


00 


_ 


5,713 69 


3,591 81 


710 44 


- 


329 


58 


8,962 72 


7,407 24 


4,770 52 


1,364 33 


- 


505 00 


3,050 00 


4,364 00 


4,967 88 


1,330 65 


- 


980 00 


13,909 50 


5,599 16 


6,596 09 


1,219 82 


_ 


452 


13 


4,800 00 


3,472 43 


5,633 72 


4,380 61 


14 80 


786 


46 


3,050 00 


4,650 00 


4,166 47 


548 49 


148 00 


811 


17 


3,623 00 


6,076 23 


7,369 89 


542 71 


55 11 


1,498 


96 


5,793 70 


8,202 54 


5,596 98 


561 27 


29 39 


485 


53 


2,257 33 


4,242 40 


5,204 50 


1,564 98 


5 64 


505 


25 


5,418 00 


3,214 10 


3,365 66 


735 04 


112 81 


130 


94 


8,641 10 


5,007 20 


5,473 92 


752 46 


- 


1,132 


81 


7,450 58 


5,865 56 


5,714 22 


2,266 54 


82 21 


74 


64 


2,801 25 


2,960 00 


4,691 75 


1,328 79 


132 56 


615 


00 


6,834 30 


4,049 93 


4,467 85 


1,031 66 


122 58 


760 


52 


2,985 00 


1,992 50 


5,290 04 


1,101 30 


84 49 


736 


09 


2,201 00 


4,950 23 


3,703 43 


336 23 


- 


935 


99 


363 60 


3,960 00 


3,891 82 


451 28 


- 


112 


55 


785 00 


1,536 37 


2,766 81 


1,036 27 


- 


1,258 


23 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


7,294 49 


459 22 


5 57 




_ 


2,274 92 


7,270 15 


4,541 32 


1,373 03 


137 09 


540 


55 


1,634 05 


4,599 15 


5,099 74 


1,508 30 


- 


719 


64 


2,800 00 


2,497 02 


3,614 49 


662 80 


- 


656 


56 


3,500 00 


3,352 00 


4,830 46 


1,302 13 


~ 


739 


84 


5,624 05 


3,187 25 



134 



Group IV. 



P.D, 2. 
Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Itemized Expenditubbs for Support op All 

Public Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation 

— Year ending June 30, 1950 — Cou. 



Expenditure 
ending Junp 






(P— -4- 







26 




27 


28 




29 


232 


Longmeadow 


. $52,018 


13 


$3,049 82 


$279,403 61 


$89,606 74 


233 


Seekonk 


27,498 


95 


733 33 


154,448 


79 


- 


234 


Dudley 


11,612 


85 


300 20 


98,135 


51 


- 


235 


Acushnet 


10,834 


11 


105 23 


86,602 


79 


- 


236 


Bedford 


23,726 


54 


3 00 


99,749 


29 


- 


237 


East Longmeadow 


60,608 


38 


302 10 


153,517 


18 


1,416 77 


238 


Wilbrabam . 


22,204 


76 


575 20 


97,058 77 


- 


239 


North Reading 


29,182 


65 


311 25 


111,956 


25 


- 


240 


Rehoboth 


13,082 


66 


- 


87,055 


36 


- 


241 


Shirley 


7,115 29 


- 


48,973 


59 


- 


242 


Hanson 


18,950 


51 


810 83 


89,647 


21 


_ 


243 


Salisbury 


13,560 


31 


238 97 


72,331 


65 


- 


244 


Middleton . 


16,705 


34 


26 00 


58,963 


80 


- 


245 


Norfolk 


17,025 


22 


400 33 


49,649 


86 


- 


246 


Lynnfield 


39,429 


10 


13,809 34 


139,369 


79 


93 70 


247 


Ashburnham 


3,538 00 


187 07 


59,867 


54 


_ 


248 


Upton 


25,336 


81 


- 


69,764 


51 


- 


249 


Sturbridge . 


10,684 


62 


446 25 


62,908 


74 


71,603 86 


250 


Hull . 


35,666 


90 


26,758 16 


223,086 


78 


187,482 89 


261 


Raynham 


15,835 


68 


75 24 


65,972 


02 


- 


252 


Westminster 


11,065 


70 


54 65 


68,435 49 


5,697 00 


253 


Marion 


5,502 


90 


- 


83,581 


39 


1,627 16 


254 


Dennis 


11,366 


44 


82 62 


73,868 44 


82 50 


255 


Nahant 


20,601 


61 


7,323 21 


99,741 


35 


- 


256 


Lincoln 


22,894 


29 


149 45 


95,731 


19 


387,781 77 


257 


Lakeville 


12,108 


46 


679 13 


52,040 


80 


128,111 01 


258 


MiUville 


2,522 


16 


- 


36,958 


66 


- 


259 


Sterling 


7,465 


21 


201 23 


62,612 


80 


- 


260 


Cheshire 


13,542 


08 


469 22 


51,717 


79 


- 


261 


Tyngsborougb 


9,102 


63 


263 56 


61,230 01 


- 


262 


Mattapoisett 


8,889 


30 


321 45 


63,296 


13 


156 43 


263 


Newbury 


5,487 


60 


112 01 


48,073 


41 


725 00 


264 


Freetown 


9,784 


20 


90 59 


53,716 


21 


- 


265 


Southwick . 


18,082 


57 


767 66 


81,771 


81 


58 52 


266 


Rowley 


11,146 


86 


33 20 


51,473 


45 


- 


267 


Buckland 


13,160 


18 


220 41 


57,812 


54 


_ 


268 


Col rain 


11,007 


61 


121 08 


59,118 


07 


- 


269 


Carver 


12,592 


15 


141 63 


60,174 


28 


- 


270 


Boylston 


9,692 


20 


521 41 


46,388 


45 


— 


271 


West Brookfield . 


11,853 


86 


421 88 


53,029 


44 


- 


272 


Essex . 


10,573 


04 


286 90 


48,945 


06 


_ 


273 


Erving 


7,053 


91 


48 65 


46,292 


03 


200 61 


274 


Lanesborough 


16,655 


20 


268 54 


49,575 


74 


- 


275 


Clarksburg . 


10,376 


64 


836 38 


40,386 


82 


219 99 


276 


Rochester 


4,771 


40 


410 12 


40,481 


02 


282 92 


277 


Russell 


10,429 


19 


_ 


58,804 


15 


325 00 


278 


Hinsdale 


11,093 


24 


- 


50,813 


76 


750 00 


279 


Wenham 


7,657 


50 


8,633 76 


59,137 


55 




280 


Berkley 


5,120 


60 


321 05 


33,459 


62 


_ 


281 


Granby 


11,010 


32 


520 11 


50,242 


54 


- 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



135 



FOR Outlay, Year 
30, 1950 



Valuation or 

1919 PER Pupil 

IN Net Averaqb 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1950 



Expenditures for 
School Support from 

Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 
1949, PER $1,000 Val- 
uation 



Rate of Total Tax 

PER 81,000 

Valuation, 1949 






30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


$12,400 88 


$102,007 62 


813,279 


20 


$16 48 


37 


$34 00 


88 


936 06 


936 06 


7,826 


56 


13 12 


81 


27 50 


110 


- 


- 


5,479 


97 


21 31 


10 


66 00 


1 


- 


- 


6,152 


84 


15 67 


42 


44 00 


40 


927 03 


927 03 


8,169 


51 


15 50 


50 


42 00 


47 


2,376 89 


3,793 66 


10,903 


31 


13 44 


75 


37 00 


80 


346 68 


346 68 


10,630 


36 


13 09 


82 


33 00 


96 


- 


- 


4,334 


114 


17 53 


29 


48 00 


32 


676 65 


676 65 


5,300 


101 


14 06 


64 


35 00 


89 


- 


- 


6,592 


76 


13 70 


68 


38 00 


77 


2,603 97 


2,603 97 


6,199 


83 


15 42 


51 


44 80 


39 


1,682 71 


1,682 71 


7,285 


62 


14 31 


62 


56 00 


10 


1,354 39 


1,354 39 


5,365 


100 


16 70 


33 


41 00 


56 


932 10 


932 10 


6,004 


87 


18 77 


18 


32 00 


98 


1,832 02 


1,925 72 


10,174 


40 


15 31 


53 


41 00 


55 


60 00 


60 00 


5,589 


94 


15 54 


49 


55 00 


11 


45 00 


45 00 


3,713 


118 


29 58 


2 


63 00 


4 


1,468 02 


73,071 88 


6,089 


86 


13 92 


67 


52 00 


19 


52,098 02 


239,580 91 


24,682 


5 


8 64 


109 


51 00 


20 


- 


- 


5,424 


99 


18 87 


17 


41 00 


57 


600 00 


6,297 00 


6,341 


80 


16 85 


32 


40 00 


69 


2,343 11 


3,970 27 


15,014 


18 


13 42 


77 


37 40 


79 


5,814 91 


5,897 41 


21,654 


7 


6 78 


114 


33 00 


92 


1,047 50 


1,047 50 


10,846 


33 


15 71 


41 


46 00 


36 


2,440 97 


390,222 74 


10,126 


41 


14 35 


61 


40 00 


64 


1,285 80 


129,396 81 


6,747 


72 


13 13 


80 


35 40 


84 


- 


- 


4,568 


111 


19 00 


16 


45 00 


38 


1,255 85 


1,255 85 


6,499 


78 


15 04 


55 


42 00 


52 


- 


- 


3,780 


117 


21 54 


8 


54 00 


14 


677 39 


677 39 


4,478 


112 


17 86 


28 


66 00 


2 


548 49 


704 92 


10,657 


35 


11 36 


92 


38 00 


75 


315 10 


1,040 10 


10,250 


39 


13 04 


83 


44 00 


42 


- 


- 


5,903 


89 


14 16 


63 


39 00 


70 


1,930 85 


1,989 37 


7,445 


60 


15 67 


43 


40 00 


67 


71 36 


71 36 


4,570 


109 


19 89 


15 


55 00 


13 


1,991 21 


1,991 21 


10,542 


37 


13 44 


74 


35 00 


87 


242 08 


242 08 


5,585 


95 


22 04 


6 


41 00 


54 


1,480 42 


1,480 42 


10,969 


30 


10 14 


98 


29 00 


107 


638 45 


638 45 


4,123 


115 


25 98 


4 


61 00 


5 


- 


- 


5,581 


96 


15 07 


54 


41 00 


58 


_ 


_ 


6,772 


71 


16 52 


47 


42 00 


50 


386 07 


586 68 


10,036 


42 


16 69 


34 


31 00 


99 


- 


- 


5,168 


102 


18 35 


23 


50 00 


23 


- 


219 99 


3,525 


119 


34 31 


1 


49 00 


30 


570 32 


853 24 


6,807 


69 


14 69 


58 


38 00 


76 


30 39 


355 39 


10,858 


32 


17 89 


26 


19 00 


118 


374 97 


1,124 97 


5,078 


103 


18 60 


21 


65 00 


3 


1,077 89 


1,077 89 


18,404 


14 


11 63 


91 


30 00 


105 


110 11 


110 11 


4,737 


107 


20 86 


13 


44 00 


41 


2,407 75 


2,407 75 


6,294 


81 


18 49 


22 


31 00 


100 



136 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



EXPENDITUKE TOR SUPPORT OF AlL PnBLlC 

Yeas ending 



TOWNS 









FROM 


STATE 




FROM LOCAL TAXATION 






REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 


C » 








e o 
















o3 , 




K-- 






























.Sa 


g 3 >X! 








3 >^ 


1 f^^Ha 


^ 


n 


ft^Sa 


^H 


< Ph °'"° 


03 

PS 


o 


a 
< 


t^m 


=20 







38 




3't 




40 


41 




42 


43 


232 


Longmeadow 


$257,569 


45 


$218 84 


6 


$8,275 


82 


$7 03 


119 


233 


Seekonk 


106,072 


78 


102 


68 


73 


40,156 


39 


38 


87 


106 


234 


Dudley 


64,686 


67 


116 


76 


51 


29,717 


53 


53 


64 


86 


235 


Acushnet 


47,918 


37 


96 


42 


84 


34,084 


10 


68 


58 


56 


236 


Bedford 


59,226 


71 


126 


55 


43 


18,027 


26 


38 


52 


107 


237 


East Longmeadow 


110,152 


68 


146 


48 


32 


22,523 


71 


29 


95 


113 


238 


Wilbraham . 


63,323 


26 


139 


17 


36 


27,576 


34 


60 


61 


72 


239 


North Reading 


66,103 


65 


75 


98 


111 


45,068 


96 


51 


80 


93 


240 


Rehoboth . 


48,080 


68 


74 


54 


114 


29,532 


17 


45 


79 


101 


241 


Shiiley 


27,715 


32 


90 


28 


93 


19,637 


25 


63 


96 


63 


242 


Hanson 


54,490 


58 


95 


60 


87 


29,789 


12 


52 


26 


92 


243 


Salisbury 


51,893 


56 


104 


20 


71 


20,780 


64 


41 


73 


104 


244 


Middleton . 


39,055 


51 


89 


58 


96 


18,185 


02 


41 


71 


105 


245 


Norfolk 


36,172 


67 


112 


69 


56 


14,641 


73 


45 


61 


102 


246 


Lynnfield . 


106,345 


06 


155 


70 


28 


22,128 


20 


32 


40 


111 


247 


Ashburnham 


32,487 


40 


86 


86 


101 


24,096 


26 


64 


43 


62 


248 


Upton _ 


45,796 


98 


109 


82 


64 


23,694 


18 


56 


82 


83 


249 


Sturbridge . 


32,384 


81 


84 


78 


105 


22,932 


72 


60 03 


75 


250 


Hull . 


164,150 


15 


213 


18 


8 


19,667 


08 


25 


54 


114 


251 


Raynham . 


43,792 


68 


102 


32 


74 


19,953 


47 


46 


62 


99 


252 


Westminster 


39,841 


71 


106 


81 


67 


23,562 


03 


63 


17 


66 


253 


Marion 


72,122 


61 


201 


46 


11 


8,157 


83 


22 


79 


115 


254 


E ennis 


58,407 


96 


146 


75 


31 


14,661 


23 


36 


84 


108 


255 


Nahant 


83,838 30 


170 


40 


23 


8,243 


98 


16 


76 


117 


256 


Lincoln 


59,884 


34 


145 


35 


33 


21,084 


36 


51 


18 


95 


257 


lakeville 


28,345 


23 


88 


58 


99 


19,467 


92 


60 


84 


70 


258 


Millville 


19,874 


94 


86 


79 


102 


16,801 


84 


73 


37 


50 


259 


Sterling 


36.361 


08 


97 


74 


81 


25,344 


71 


68 


13 


57 


260 


Cheshire 


27,359 


70 


81 


43 


108 


22,241 


77 


66 


20 


60 


261 


Tyngsborough 


30,303 


28 


79 


96 


109 


27,831 


39 


73 43 


49 


262 


Mattapoisett 


48,046 


39 


121 


02 


47 


12,752 


51 


32 


12 


112 


263 


Newbury 


33,674 


15 


133 


63 


38 


15,292 


99 


60 


69 


71 


264 


Freetow n 


29,262 


35 


83 


61 


107 


20,478 49 


58 


51 


80 


265 


Southwick . 


51,196 


37 


116 


62 


52 


23,031 


36 


52 


46 


91 


266 


Rowley 


32,890 44 


90 


86 


91 


19,027 


86 


52 


56 


90 


267 


Buckland . 


38,373 


70 


141 


60 


35 


13,007 


11 


48 


00 


97 


268 


Colrain 


34,574 


48 


123 


04 


45 


22,070 


20 


78 


54 


45 


269 


Carver 


35,899 


97 


111 


15 


60 


19,474 


51 


60 


29 


74 


270 


Boylston 


28,809 


27 


107 


10 


66 


15,644 


41 


58 


16 


82 


271 


West Brookfield . 


25,901 


85 


84 


10 


106 


19,406 


63 


63 


01 


68 


272 


Essex . 


32,892 


88 


111 


88 


59 


14,348 44 


48 


80 


96 


273 


Erving 


33,493 


39 


167 


47 


24 


10,711 


12 


53 


56 


88 


274 


Lanesborough 


31,675 


33 


94 


84 


88 


17,900 


41 


53 


59 


87 


275 


Clarksburg . 


25,731 


75 


120 


81 


48 


12,722 


04 


59 


73 


76 


276 


Rochester . 


22,288 29 


99 


95 


76 


15,397 


86 


69 


02 


55 


277 


Russell 


46,606 


11 


194 


19 


14 


8,799 


71 


36 


67 


109 


278 


Hinsdale 


28,052 


19 


94 


45 


89 


17,926 


20 


60 


36 


73 


279 


Wenham 


48,562 


10 


213 


93 


7 


4,172 


13 


18 38 


116 


280 


Berkley 


20,048 


75 


98 


76 


79 


13,782 


86 


67 


90 


58 


281 


Granby 


31,532 


46 


116 


36 


53 


17,167 


43 


63 


35 


65 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



137 



Day Schools — 


- Classified as to Source, 










Amount paid to Town 


Dec. 31, 1919 














FROM 




o 


J3 












p a 
t- o 


s^S 


^ a a 


a 

o 


FROM ALL SOURCES 




jnd C. 
Laws 
1948) 

ler 20, 


|"l^' 




_a 




•sa 


.sa 


2^ S 




ii 




^?n 


fe 


Q. 01 <D 






^dgfi 


ill 


fi 

S 

o 

a 
•< 




Per pu] 
net av 
memb 
ship 


Rank ii 
Group 
net av 
memb( 
ship 


School 
of G 
(C. 6 
Nove 
1949 


School 
tion 
(C. 6 
Nove 
1949 


44 


45 


46 


47A 




47B 


48 


49 


50 


_ 


11,899 63 


S267,744 90 


$272 


93 


$227 48 


45 


$7,800 00 


$475 82 


_ 


- 


146,229 17 


165 


98 


141 66 


116 


36,700 27 


3,466 12 


$477 08 


129 15 


95.010 43 


197 


12 


171 50 


87 


27,238 90 


1,851 00 


982 27 


- 


82,984 74 


191 


21 


166 97 


93 


31,321 46 


2,762 64 


915 18 


11,106 36 


89,275 51 


236 


81 


190 76 


69 


13,884 59 


3,878 33 


1,531 43 


430 50 


134,638 32 


270 


36 


179 04 


76 


16,461 35 


6,062 36 


203 66 


136 09 


91,239 35 


245 


27 


200 53 


64 


15,951 93 


10,947 74 


783 64 


- 


111,956 25 


163 


79 


128 69 


118 


31,213 80 


13,855 16 


574 02 


- 


78,186 87 


137 


41 


121 22 


119 


19,380 87 


9,361 71 


157 56 


4,451 97 


51.962 10 


212 


09 


169 26 


89 


15,406 25 


3,651 00 


2,636 94 


137 36 


87.054 00 


182 


50 


152 73 


106 


20,033 80 


9,107 06 


206 81 


- 


72,881 01 


177 


32 


146 35 


112 


14,318 31 


5,979 00 


- 


- 


57,240 53 


167 


37 


131 29 


117 


15,126 93 


2,875 00 


- 


183 43 


50,997 83 


206 


64 


158 87 


100 


10,408 87 


3,782 30 


- 


12,822 25 


141,295 51 


277 


05 


206 87 


54 


13,122 74 


9,005 46 


_ 


_ 


56,683 66 


161 


21 


151 29 


107 


15,889 60 


7,697 84 


558 41 


579 84 


70,629 41 


276 


98 


169 38 


88 


14,626 30 


8,601 33 


1,413 32 


- 


56,730 85 


164 


44 


148 61 


109 


16,880 36 


6,280 29 


- 


13,826 05 


197.643 28 


320 


33 


266 68 


28 


4,410 00 


15,257 08 


2,225 87 


- 


66,972 02 


193 


47 


154 14 


104 


13,486 90 


5,819 33 


596 f6 


40 00 


64,040 10 


210 66 


171 69 


86 


11,346 39 


11,571 20 


1,554 25 


61 83 


81,896 52 


250 


45 


228 76 


43 


5,175 53 


2,982 30 


672 41 


226 84 


73,868 44 


249 


66 


185 60 


72 


3,920 74 


10,740 49 


- 


5,119 36 


97,201 64 


229 


25 


197 56 


65 


7,987 70 


256 28 


102 00 


14,317 44 


95,388 14 


288 


18 


231 62 


41a 


9,802 38 


11,281 98 


271 17 


156 18 


48.240 50 


190 


67 


150 76 


108 


11,000 20 


7,794 00 


281 88 


- 


36,958 66 


186 


72 


161 39 


97 


10,936 34 


5,200 00 


610 48 


- 


62,,316 27 


199 


09 


167 52 


91 


11,920 64 


12,779 63 


2,116 32 


- 


61.717 79 


192 


26 


153 92 


105 


15,049 94 


6,418 50 


343 83 


- 


68,478 60 


199 


59 


154 30 


103 


10,202 48 


17,145 60 


534 22 


266 78 


61,589 90 


188 


93 


155 14 


102 


7,219 33 


5,211 53 


- 


- 


48,967 14 


227 


75 


194 31 


67 


6,799 65 


8,010 00 


740 32 


- 


50,481 16 


169 


39 


144 23 


115 


13,390 44 


6,694 66 


1,793 02 


936 53 


76,957 28 


212 


00 


175 30 


80 


14,209 65 


8,241 71 


318 63 


- 


52,236 93 


186 


56 


144 30 


114 


14,027 46 


4,613 75 


1,304 69 


1.779 71 


54,465 21 


222 


31 


200 98 


61 


6,269 28 


6,093 40 


- 


385 51 


57,030 19 


240 


63 


202 95 


60 


10,272 26 


11,153 50 


926 43 


1,039 71 


57,340 62 


209 


27 


177 53 


79 


7,800 79 


11,071 48 


- 


1.972 27 


46,426 95 


216 


94 


172 59 


85 


10,608 58 


4,552 60 


2,991 11 


- 


48,299 59 


193 


97 


156 82 


101 


10,338 53 


8,604 10 


_ 


_ 


47,241 32 


204 


50 


160 68 


98 


9,477 46 


4,184 00 


1,127 24 


289 71 


45,621 46 


273 


18 


228 11 


44 


4,947 87 


5,183 25 


- 


- 


49,676 74 


192 


90 


148 43 


110 


15,132 48 


1,994 60 


- 


10 00 


38,463 79 


243 


44 


180 58 


74 


10,102 67 


2,039 37 


630 00 


646 00 


38,962 15 


193 


84 


174 72 


82 


6,966 72 


7,845 25 


660 99 


972 46 


67,039 27 


295 


64 


237 66 


38 


1,540 00 


6,. 583 05 


317 76 


1.370 00 


47,666 15 


191 


43 


160 49 


99 


11,807 88 


5,334 84 


- 


7,481 21 


60,215 44 


318 


60 


265 27 


23 


1,870 00 


1,732 13 


- 


- 


33,831 61 


201 


38 


166 66 


94 


7,546 13 


6,041 00 


523 31 


" 


49,223 20 


236 


65 


181 64 


73 


9,809 78 


7,048 50 



138 



232 Longceadow 

233 Seekonk 

234 Dudley 

235 Acushnet 

236 Bedford 

237 East Longmeadow 

238 Wilbraham 

239 North Reading 

240 Rehoboth 

241 Shirley 

242 Hanson 

243 Salisbury 

244 Middleton 

245 Norfolk 

246 Lynnfield 

247 Ashburnham 

248 Upton 

249 Sturbridge . 

250 Hull . 

251 Raynham 

252 Westminster 

253 Marion 

254 Dennis 

255 Nahant 

256 Lincoln 

257 LakeviUe 

258 Millville 

259 Sterling 

260 Cheshire 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Mattapoisett 

263 Newbury 

264 Freetown 

265 Southwick . 

266 Rowley 

267 Buckland . 

268 Colrain 

269 Carver 

270 Boylston 

271 West Brookfield 

272 Essex . 

273 Erving 

274 Lanesborough 

275 Clarksburg . 

276 Rochester . 

277 RusseU 

278 Hinsdale 

279 Wenham 

280 Berkley 

281 Granby 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Year Geadbs in 


Public Day Elementary Schools, 


c 


PRINCIPALS 


TEACHERS 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


TOWNS "1 1 o 


FULL TIME 


Elementary 
Junior high s 
Senior high s 


Men 
Women 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 



54 



55 



6 3 

6 3 



6 3 

6 3 



56 



57 



16 



13 



1 

2 
2 

1 
2 


15 
13 
9 
6 
16 


256 
214 
184 
152 
280 


2 


10 


180 


1 
3 

1 


10 
22 
10 


181 
295 
184 


1 


9 


155 


2 


14 


149 


1 


7 
9 


139 
101 


1 


9 

8 


152 
180 


1 
2 


7 
10 
12 

7 


125 
166 
190 
153 


1 
1 
1 

2 


7 
7 
8 
6 

7 


136 
137 
153 
109 
138 


2 
1 

1 
1 


7 
7 
9 
7 
6 


133 
80 
138 
103 
122 


1 


7 
8 


104 
120 


1 


5 
7 


84 
103 



197 



127 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



139 



Continued 



(Grades I to VIII), Year ending June 30, 1950 



3 '^ 
to S 



EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 



•Sgo 

"a b 

03ja a o 
0) > fc o-g 



.1 P''^ 



■-3^ 



60 



70,732 



60,095 



39,300 



175 



170 



231 



77,184 
66,402 
54,771 
39,974 
84,127 


176 
170 
171 
175 
175 


441 
391 
321 

228 
481 


55,586 


168 


332 


54,407 
95,349 
53,677 


168 
171 
170 


323 

557 
316 


46,063 


173 


266 


53,477 


176 


304 


39,667 
32,893 


172 

174 


231 
189 


43,543 
46,429 


175 
171 


249 
272 


34,299 
46,751 
53,680 
45,421 


171 
171 
162 
175 


201 
273 
331 
260 


39,254 
38,628 
44,523 
34,958 
41,467 


171 
170 
171 
171 
178 


231 

222 
261 
204 
238 


36,747 
27,138 
41,815 
25,934 
32,308 


173 

172 
175 
174 
172 


212 
158 
237 
149 
188 


30,281 
39,506 


168 
173 


180 

228 


25,763 
33,117 


166 
174 


155 
191 



63 



372 



245 

477 
411 
342 
248 
510 

351 

345 
617 
341 



296 
331 



253 
199 



269 
293 



215 
298 
363 
280 

245 
237 
274 
214 
249 

231 
167 
257 
158 
201 

193 
249 

168 
208 



$67,724 01 $156 05 



61,081 80 



37,799 47 

62,167 25 
52,235 40 
39,376 83 
26,803 98 
86,729 46 

47,464 66 

42,707 82 
166,197 75 
42,565 38 



53,833 98 

57,787 27 



31,996 54 
26,644 81 



31,056 63 
44,807 83 



35,721 73 
35,284 70 
52,992 61 
34,815 29 

39,022 56 
40,358 03 
39,337 12 
32,074 34 
35,253 44 

33,115 45 
31,821 38 
25,805 54 
26,427 41 
28,447 52 

37,760 98 
31,826 76 

23,697 19 
34,642 62 



164 20 



154 28 



130 


33 


127 


09 


115 


14 


108 


OS 


170 


06 


135 


23 


123 


79 


269 


36 


124 


83 


181 


87 


174 


58 


126 


47 


133 


89 


115 


45 


152 


93 


166 


15 


118 


40 


145 


99 


124 


34 


159 


27 


170 


29 


143 


57 


149 


88 


141 


58 


143 


36 


190 


55 


100 


41 


167 


26 


141 


53 


195 


65 


127 


82 


141 


05 



66 



$48,999 00 



37,693 50 



27,279 GO 



S490 24 



2,217 85 



735 01 



36,293 01 
36,428 78 
28,635 16 
18,470 00 
50,903 01 


1,193 12 
744 07 
900 67 
528 46 
810 70 


25,292 50 


414 34 


25,880 00 
85,148 38 
26,990 52 


1,031 45 
3,017 39 
1.135 04 


33,705 51 


775 72 


40,759 54 


1,168 03 


17.577 36 
19,424 30 


662 68 
1,660 92 


19,152 50 
20,915 99 


1,158 66 
1,103 30 


20,334 52 
24,952 45 
33,281 40 
23,632 09 


423 40 

380 87 

1,605 32 

486 46 


24,087 21 
25,113 15 
22,461 92 
18,501 60 
19,220 95 


196 05 
620 62 
672 61 
1,231 21 
915 35 


22,190 98 
21,235 00 
18,869 00 
18,902 44 
16,321 38 


487 02 
5S9 05 
1 159 57 
602 50 
470 66 


26,450 77 
21,288 04 


372 76 
989 73 


14,219 35 
20,369 00 


483 47 
351 88 



140 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Elementary Schools 



towns 



PRINCIPALS 



TEACHERS 



FULL TIME 



PUPILS ENROLLED 



232 Longmeadow 

233 Seekonk 

234 Dudley 

235 Acushnet 

236 Bedford 

237 East Longmeadow 

238 Wilbraham . 

239 North Reading 

240 Rehoboth 

241 Shirley 

242 Hanson 

243 Salisbury 

244 Middleton . 

245 Norfolk 

246 Lynnfield 

247 Ashburnham 

248 Upton 

249 Sturbridge . 

250 Hull . 

251 Raynham 



252 Westminster 

263 Marion 

254 Dennis 

255 Nahant 

256 Lincoln 

257 Lakeville 

258 Mill villa 

259 Sterling 

260 Cheshire 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Mattapoisett 

263 Newbury 

264 Freetown 

265 Southwick 

266 Rowley 



267 Buckland 

268 Colrain 

269 Carver 

270 Boylston 

271 West Brookfield 

272 Essex . 

273 Erving 

274 Lanesborough 

275 Clarksburg . 

276 Rochester . 

277 RusseU 

278 Hinsdale 

279 Wenham 

280 Berkley 

281 Granby 



68 

1 



69 



70 
1 



13 



366 
366 
174 

155 

262 

266 
233 



73 

377 
319 
160 

128 

248 

244 
214 



121 127 



128 
137 



187 



134 



125 
117 



161 



99 



123 141 



86 



62 






74 

119,670 
107,268 
54,983 

46,270 

81,160 

79,272 
71.935 



42,200 



39,914 
40,988 

64,493 



39,237 



42,450 



23,921 



Pt. II, 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HlGH SCHOOLS 



141 



Continued 



Systems 


(Gbadbs I TO VI), Year 


ENDING June 30, 1950 








o 

B ^ 
^ 'S 

c 

< 


2'2 

Qi 0) 

< 


u 

<D 

a 
a 

2:1 
< 


expenditure for 

support, exclusive of 

general control 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


u 




a 

a 
< 


Per pupil in 
average 
membership 
of elemen- 
tary school 


„ 
a» 



75 

181 
180 
178 

179 

174 

170 
180 



177 



180 
178 



178 



179 



177 



76 

663 
598 
309 

259 

464 

465 
399 



239 



223 
230 



306 



723 
642 
332 

280 

498 

532 
433 



255 



237 
247 



333 



231 



260 



78 

$143,946 29 
77,280 77 
51,223 85 

47,029 37 

76,260 30 

48,813 62 
42,989 42 



33,987 14 



33,144 34 
45,444 16 



47,989 18 



26,961 76 



38,979 76 



$199 10 
120 38 
154 29 

167 96 

153 13 

91 75 
99 28 



133 28 



139 85 
183 98 



116 72 



149 92 



80 

$103,055 02 
53,902 26 
37,648 02 

33,091 99 

48,245 29 

30,283 75 
29,070 30 



19,704 73 



17,511 86 
30,543 10 

31,126 88 



15,885 76 



25,473 02 



81 

$4,4(3 13 

1,018 42 

693 31 

641 33 

2,240 09 

592 38 
719 86 



951 35 



1,450 53 
635 00 



451 85 



1,499 30 



1,338 11 



173 



138 



148 



34,794 36 



235 10 



19,670 36 



317 68 



142 



P.D. 2, 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High Schools 





PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


a 

(U 
0) 

s 

3! 

Oh 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


"S 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


>> 




Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 





232 Longmeadow 

233 Seekonk 

234 Dudley 

235 Acushnet 

236 Bedford 

237 East Longmeadow 

238 Wilbraham . 

239 North Reading 

240 Rehoboth . 

241 Shirley 

242 Hanson 

243 Salisbury 

244 Middleton . 

245 Norfolk 

246 Lynnfield 

247 Ashburnham 

248 Upton 

249 Sturbridge . 

250 Hull . 

251 Raynham 



252 Westminster 

253 Marion 

254 Dennis 

255 Nahant 

256 Lincoln 

257 Lakeville 

258 Millville 

259 Sterling 

260 Cheshire 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Mattapoisett 

263 Newbury 

264 Freetown 

265 Southwick 

266 Rowley 



267 Buckland 

268 Colrain 

269 Carver 

270 Bovlston 

271 West Brookfield 

272 Essex . 

273 Erving 

274 Lanesborough 

275 Clarksburg . 

276 Rochester . 

277 Russell 

278 Hinsdale 

279 Wenham 

280 Berkley 

281 Granby 



82 

5 
3 
3 



83 

10 
8 
5 

2 



3 1 
2 3 



84 



85 



86 



134 127 
122 130 

77 77 



52 



103 

78 



46 



64 



31 
38 



43 



29 



34 

47 



47 



39 



39 



20 



22 



87 

44,339 
40,127 
26,126 

16,524 



32,468 
22,847 



11,476 
13,728 



15,188 



14,042 



10,856 



6,796 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continited 



143 



Systems 


(Grades 


Vll, 


VIII AND 


IX), 


Year ending 


June 30, 1950 






o 




< 




p. 
IS 
2 

a 
a 

bo 
(3 

M 
0! 

> 


EXPENDlTtJBB FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


s 


(D— ' 
< 


Amount 

Per pupil in 
average 
membership 
of junior 
high schools 


as 

X 



88 

181 
180 
l!Sl 

179 



180 
180 



180 
180 



180 



180 



177 



173 



89 

245 
222 
144 



181 
127 



61 
76 



84 



78 



61 



39 



90 

258 
239 
150 

97 



196 
136 



67 
80 



91 



66 



91 

$68,057 51 
40.269 76 
30,033 81 

24,373 73 



24,289 62 
23,133 21 



20,810 57 
23,974 26 



22,477 91 



17,917 75 



10,695 15 



14,478 81 



$263 79 
168 49 
200 23 

251 28 



123 93 
170 10 



310 61 
299 68 



247 01 



218 51 



162 05 



353 14 



93 

$45,884 58 
29,535 16 
22,347 60 

15,799 28 



15,141 87 
14,401 36 



11,933 41 
15,270 00 



14,700 03 



11,868 52 



6,368 25 



6,590 14 



94 

82,246 56 
233 34 
268 89 

253 64 



296 19 
346 58 



300 00 
300 87 



139 57 



749 66 



377 42 



105 86 



144 



Group IV 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



High School 







T3J3 OJ 














"3 t^S 


EXPENDITURE 


FOR TtriTION 


AND 






a^l 


HIGH SCHOOLS IN OTHEK 




TOWNS 


Resident pupils for 
whom the town 
tuition in public 
schools of other 1 
or cities 


a 




c 
1 

Q 
n 

03 








122 


123 




124 




232 


Longmeadow 


201 


«51,593 


13 


$6,206 


50 


233 


SeeVonk . . . . 


153 


27,333 


95 


3,737 


39 


234 


Dudley . . . . 


80 


11,403 


90 


1,228 


30 


235 


Acushnet 


70 


10,560 


91 


2,310 


97 


236 


Bedford 


100 


23,679 


59 


3,216 


60 


237 


East longmeadow 


95 


23,764 


10 


4,266 


00 


238 


Wilbraham . . . . 


86 


22,204 


76 


9,829 


80 


239 


North Reading 


153 


28,948 


29 


3,704 


52 


240 


Rehoboth 


81 


13,082 


66 


4,508 


46 


241 


Shirley 


62 


6,852 


00 


1,780 00 


242 


Hanson 


117 


18,950 


51 


5,500 


80 


243 


Salisbury . . . . 


87 


13,560 31 


4,116 


00 


244 


Middle ton . 


95 


16,700 


77 


2,000 00 


245 


Norfolk 


73 


17,025 


22 


3,286 


80 


246 


Lynnfield . . . . 


169 


38,795 


50 


10,932 


78 


247 


Ashburnham 


23 


3,538 00 


4,534 


50 


248 


Upton . . . . 


70 


10,299 


31 


3,749 


40 


249 


Sturbiidge . . . . 


62 


10,215 


59 


5,864 


19 


250 


Hull 


155 


35,666 


90 


12,500 


00 


251 


Raynham . . . . 


104 


15,835 


68 


4,208 


10 


252 


Westminster 


51 


8,052 24 


3,547 


50 


253 


Marion . . . . 


38 


5,502 


90 


1,429 


35 


254 


Dennis 


105 


11,366 44 


5,961 


66 


255 


Nahant . . . . 


68 


20,601 


61 


2,374 


50 


256 


Lincoln 


85 


22,840 


29 


7,879 


28 


257 


Lakeville . . . . 


70 


12,108 


46 


5,300 


00 


258 


Millville 


31 


2,522 


16 


5,713 


69 


259 


Sterling 


60 


7,465 


21 


7,407 


24 


260 


Cheshire 


80 


13,542 


08 


4,364 


00 


261 


Tyngsborough 


86 


9,102 


63 


5,599 


16 


262 


Mattapoisett 


52 


8,889 


30 


2,486 


53 


263 


Newbury 


38 


5,487 


60 


4,650 


00 


264 


Freetown 


64 


9,784 


20 


6,076 


23 


265 


Southwick . 


84 


18.082 


57 


8,202 


54 


266 


Rowley 


81 


10,876 


86 


4,242 


40 


267 


Buckland 


55 


12,865 


73 


3,179 


50 


268 


Colrain . . . 


48 


11,007 


61 


5,007 


20 


269 


Carver 


66 


12,534 


95 


5,643 


56 


270 


Boylston 


58 


9,559 


53 


2,960 


00 


271 


West Brookfield . 


73 


11,853 


86 


4,049 


93 


272 


Essex .... 


63 


10,573 


04 


2,342 


50 


273 


Erving 


38 


7,053 


91 


4,960 


23 


274 


Lanesborough 


77 


16,655 


20 


3,960 00 


275 


Clarksburg . 


55 


10,376 


64 


1,-566 


37 


276 


Rochester 


30 


4,771 


40 


5,000 


00 


277 


Russell 


52 


10,429 


19 


7,270 


15 


278 


Hinsdale 


68 


10,983 


35 


4,461 


90 


279 


Wenham 


27 


5,642 


50 


1,664 


68 


280 


Berkley 


35 


5,120 


60 


3,352 00 


281 


Granby 


64 


10,810 


32 


3,187 


25 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLs — Continued 



145 



Education for 


Year 


ENDING 


JUNB 30. 1950 








TRANSPORTATION TO PUBLIC 






o 


NET COST TO TOWN FOR HIGH 


TOWNS AND CITIES 








XI . 


SCHOOL EDUCATION 








































^ 




at^ 




^ 








o 




•w ID 




o 














cS 0, 


1 






1? 




Is, 

S^2 


1 
O 

1 




H 






< 




o 

tf 


< 



126 



$67,799 63 


S287 56 


31,071 34 


203 08 


12.632 20 


157 90 


12,871 88 


183 88 


26,896 19 


268 96 


28,030 101 


295 05 


32,034 56 


372 49 


32,662 81 


213 42 


17,591 12 


217 17 


8.632 00 


139 22 


24,451 31 


208 99 


17,676 31 


203 17 


18,700 77 


196 85 


20,312 02 


278 25 


49,728 28 


294 25 


8,072 50 


350 98 


14,048 7 IS 


200 69 


16,079 78 


309 23 


48,166 90 


310 75 


20,043 78 


192 73 


11,599 74 


227 45 


6,932 25 


182 43 


17,328 10 


165 03 


22,976 11 


337 88 


30,719 57 


361 41 


17,408 46 


248 69 


8,235 85 


265 67 


14,872 45 


247 87 


17,906 08 


223 83 


14,701 79 


170 95 


11,375 83 


218 77 


10,137 60 


266 78 


15,860 43 


247 82 


26,285 11 


312 92 


15,119 26 


186 66 


16,045 23 


291 73 


16,014 81 


333 64 


18,178 51 


275 43 


12,519 53 


215 85 


15,903 79 


217 86 


12,915 54 


205 01 


12,014 14 


316 16 


20,615 20 


267 73 


11,943 01 


217 14 


9.771 40 


325 71 


17,699 34 


340 37 


15,445 25 


227 14 


7,307 18 


270 64 


8,472 60 


242 07 


13,997 57 


218 71 



127 



128 



129 



_» Also expended $44,324 for tuition and transportation of 167 junior high (grades 7, 8 and 9) pupils to a 
neighboring town. 

*Also expended $19,177.86 for tuition and transportation of 99 junior high (grades 7, 8 and 9) school 
pupils to a neighboring town. 



146 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Persons 5 to 16 Yeabb 







5 TO 


7 Ykaes 






7 TO 


TOWNS 


c 
o 


S 


S 


1= a 




d 
o 




•J3 m 






<S o 


o 






l§ 


o^a 




"3^ 3 


13 


to 






1|2 


£ OS 




■" o 




a 


a 


cl 


a 


2; 


a 




•"• 











232 Longmeadow 

233 Seekonk 

234 Dudley 

235 Acushnet 

236 Bedford 

237 East Longmeadow 

238 Wilbraham . 

239 North Reading 

240 Rehoboth . 

241 Shirley 

242 Hanson 

243 Salisbuiy 

244 Middleton . 

245 Norfolk 

246 Lynnfield 

247 Ashburnham 

248 Upton 

249 Sturbridge . 

250 Hull . 

251 Raynham 



252 Westminster 

253 Marion 

254 Dennis 

255 Nahant 

256 Lincoln 



257 Lakeville 

258 MiUville 

259 Sterling 

260 Cheshire 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Mattapoisett 

263 Newbury 

264 Freetown 

265 Southwick 

266 Rowley 



267 Buckland 

268 Col rain 

269 Carver 

270 Boylston 

271 West Brookfield 

272 Essex . 

273 Erving 

274 Lanesborough 

275 Clarksburg . 

276 Rochester . 

277 Russell 

278 Hinsdale 

279 Wenham 

280 Berkley 

281 Granby 



130 



132 



218 


199 


19 


249 


157 


12 


297 


146 


76 


152 


65 


47 


113 


84 


- 


209 


143 


3 


165 


82 


26 


183 


158 


17 


181 


105 


18 


91 


50 


28 


125 


83 


2 


82 


78 


4 


109 


66 


- 


73 


67 


- 


122 


121 


- 


105 


66 


_ 


83 


52 


4 


138 


86 


22 


170 


167 


3 


96 


58 


12 


103 


66 


_ 


85 


44 


- 


92 


60 


- 


118 


112 


5 


127 


105 


19 


71 


40 


1 


62 


52 


10 


74 


56 


- 


73 


41 


- 


51 


44 


7 


97 


66 


6 


61 


38 


- 


86 


54 


2 


186 


149 


6 


51 


51 


- 


50 


49 


_ 


58 


39 


- 


71 


46 


- 


51 


24 


1 


52 


52 


- 


50 


48 


2 


58 


32 


- 


81 


47 


11 


40 


29 


6 


75 


41 


- 


48 


48 


_ 


67 


50 


- 


58 


41 


8 


49 


29 


_ 


59 


46 


- 



134 



80 
75 
40 
29 

63 

57 

58 
13 

40 

43 
6 
1 

39 
27 
30 

26 

37 

41 

32 

1 

3 

30 

18 
32 



25 
23 
30 
31 



1 
19 
25 
26 



26 

23 

5 

34 



20 
13 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



147 



OF AoB, Oct. 1, 


1949 












Illitehatb 

Minors, 16 to 21 

Ybahs of Aqb 


16 Years 


O a 

If? 

■§2 






sis 






OS 


1b 


la 

.2 
■g o »j 

c 


o 


Receiving e 
tional curtifi 
year ending 
30. 1949 



136 



137 



805 


33 


796 


49 


411 


155 


424 


167 


319 


10 


557 


42 


360 


86 


547 


35 


486 


22 


231 


134 


465 


11 


378 


15 


354 


2 


233 


_ 


491 


- 


315 


40 


253 


19 


296 


65 


499 


1« 


301 


14 


292 


4 


289 


35 


265 


1 


311 


33 


277 


45 


271 


2 


180 


31 


282 


7 


283 


6 


211 


31 


306 


7 


197 


23 


287 


14 


361 


12 


285 


- 


213 


_ 


236 


- 


266 


1 


223 


1 


265 


2 


227 


13 


172 


_ 


271 


33 


168 


25 


186 


1 


172 


_ 


2U 


8 


166 


34 


157 


2 


196 


3 



138 



139 


140 


141 


12 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


77 


44 


_ 


_ 


25 


9 


40 


3 


7 


- 


12 


2 


2 


6 


— 


3 


4 


45 


3 


— 




12 


6 


- 


2 


2 


2 


5 


_ 




4 


3 


_ 


- 


7 


_ 


1 


28 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


11 


_ 


1 


17 


3 


2 



2 
4 
11 
5 
3 

1 
4 

2 
1 

3 

4 

10 

2 
9 



142 



148 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membership in Public Day 



TOWNS 





Elementary Schools 




i:3 


iS 
3 ? 










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a 














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144 



232 Longmeadow 

233 Seekonk 

234 Dudley 

235 Acushnet 

236 Bedford 

237 East Longmeadow 

238 Wilbraham . 

239 North Reading 

240 Rehoboth . 

241 Shirley 

242 Hanson 

243 Salisbury 

244 Middleton . 

245 Norfolk 

246 Lynnfield 

247 Ashburnham 

248 Upton 

249 Sturbridge . 

250 Hull . 

251 Raynham 



252 Westminster 

253 Marion 

254 Dennis 

255 Nahant 

256 Lincoln 

257 Lakeville 

258 MillviUe 

259 SterUng 

260 Cheshire 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Mattapoisett 

263 Newbury 

264 Freetown 

265 Southwick 

266 Rowley 



267 Buckland 

268 Colrain 

269 Carver 

270 Boylston 

271 West Brookfield 

272 Essex . 

273 Erving 

274 Lanesborough 

275 Clarksburg . 

276 Rochester . 

277 Russell 

278 Hinsdale 

279 Wenham 

280 Berkley 

281 Granby 



67 



145 



147 



77 



148 



50 



39 



60 



56 



150 



56 



31 



58 



43 



23 



71 


74 


76 


58 


72 


63 


74 


52 


42 


48 


61 


52 


52 


43 


38 


45 


46 


33 


27 


29 


86 


95 


54 


79 


59 


52 


40 


49 


50 


44 


74 


47 


44 


49 


37 


99 


78 


85 


76 


69 


50 


60 


46 


47 


34 


55 


44 


41 


36 


31 


54 


38 


46 


40 


29 


41 


38 


38 


34 


23 


29 


33 


21 


31 


22 


43 


40 


43 


30 


28 


51 


39 


36 


37 


38 


37 


33 


22 


29 


24 


54 


44 


40 


39 


38 


59 


61 


45 


42 


30 


39 


45 


54 


24 


34 


28 


32 


24 


24 


26 


40 


34 


23 


31 


32 


46 


31 


27 


38 


34 


20 


27 


37 


23 


33 


40 


46 


31 


37 


26 


40 


36 


31 


29 


25 


26 


24 


19 


20 


13 


42 


50 


36 


23 


24 


30 


21 


21 


21 


23 


32 


32 


26 


36 


25 


24 


28 


22 


21 


17 


42 


35 


29 


27 


36 


32 


20 


25 


17 


21 


35 


27 


26 


26 


23 



Ft. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



149 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1940 




33 



153 



30 



34 



154 155 



33 



18 



47 


51 


34 


55 


45 


45 


40 


34 


33 


30 


18 


26 


52 


52 


35 


43 


36 


35 


41 


41 


21 


50 


47 


41 


41 


27 


39 


27 


31 


27 


34 


34 


22 


28 


39 


25 


23 


23 


20 


35 


28 


28 


26 


37 


29 


24 


22 


23 


29 


22 


32 


41 


38 


29 


29 


26 


32 


17 


20 


27 


25 


22 


34 


37 


29 


36 


25 


25 


24 


31 


26 


30 


28 


30 


17 


26 


20 


19 


31 


24 


29 


14 


19 


18 


20 


21 


14 


20 


18 


21 


21 


33 


30 


19 


18 


20 


25 


23 


13 



156 



442 



374 



243 

483 
424 
353 
254 
512 

349 

354 
616 
344 



292 
346 



266 
202 



275 
293 



214 
298 
352 
283 

239 
241 
278 
214 
267 

236 
167 
259 
167 
206 

196 
253 

172 
198 



163 



442 



374 



243 

483 
424 
353 
254 
512 

349 

354 
616 
344 



292 
346 



266 
202 



275 
293 



214 
298 
352 
283 

239 
241 
278 
214 
267 

236 
167 
259 
167 
206 

196 
253 

172 
198 



150 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 

6-3-3 
Membership in Public Dat 





TOWNS 


ca 






BLEMENTABT SCHOOLS (OBADES 


I TO Tl) 




k 


3 


















1 


Ui 


'g 


T3 
















hi 


O 


p. 


■S 
















03 

bis 


Z'oS 




C3 S 


iH 


<N 


CO 


•<* 


lO 








S'S'S. 


j^ 


be cQ 


o 


O 


OP 


(U 


v 






13 


g rt 3 


V 


C =3 


X) 


-a 


T3 


TJ 


•o 








S^o, 


■s 


3-3 


2 


g 


s 


2 


c! 






o 


o 




o 


O 


o 


O 


a 






164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


232 


Longmeadow 


107 


_ 




_ 


119 


126 


108 


107 


86 


233 


Seekonk 


— 


— 




— 


150 


144 


114 


05 


87 


234 


Dudley 


'. 21 


- 




- 


59 


63 


45 


43 


49 


235 


Acushnet 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


236 


Bedford 


. 


- 




- 


66 


62 


38 


39 


41 


237 


East Longmeadow 


. 


- 




- 


114 


111 


69 


64 


67 


238 


Wilbraham . 


— 


— 




— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


239 


North Reading 


- 


— 




— 


125 


87 


87 


69 


82 


240 


Rehoboth 


— 


— 




— 


92 


77 


84 


57 


59 


241 


Shirley 


- 


~ 






~ 


- 


— 


~ 


~ 


242 


Hanson 


. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


243 


Salisbury 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


244 


Middleton . 


— 


— 




— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


245 


Norfolk 


— 


- 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


246 


Lynnfield 


- 


~ 




■" 


~ 


— 


— 


~ 


~ 


247 


Ashburnham 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


248 


Upton 


- 


- 




- 


52 


50 


39 


30 


37 


249 


Sturbridge . 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


250 


Hull . 


- 


— 




— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


- 


251 


Raynham 


- 


~ 




— 


~ 


- 


~ 


— 


~ 


252 


Westminster 


_ 


- 




_ 


60 


49 


46 


34 


38 


253 


Marion 


— 


— 




— 


39 


53 


43 


28 


42 


254 


Dennis 


- 


— 




— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


255 


Nahant 


'. 38 


- 




- 


71 


50 


54 


47 


38 


256 


Lincoln 


. 


— 




- 


~ 


- 


~ 


~ 


— 


257 


Lakeville 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


258 


Millville 


— 


- 




- 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


259 


Sterling 


. 


- 




- 


54 


37 


36 


35 


37 


260 


Cheshire 


- 


- 




— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


~ 


261 


Tyngsborough 


- 


— 




- 


~ 


~ 


— 


■" 


~ 


262 


Mattapoisett 


. 


- 




- 


54 


50 


48 


47 


29 


263 


Newbury 


— 


- 




- 


~ 


— 


~ 


~ 


~ 


264 


Freetown 


- 


— 




- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


265 


Southwick 


- 


- 




- 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


266 


Rowley 


• 


- 




- 


— 


— 


~ 


■ ~ 


~ 


267 


Buckland 


. ■ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. - 


268 


Colrain 


. 


— 




— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


~ 


269 


Carver 


— 


— 




- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


270 


Boylston 


- 


— 




— 


— 


- 




— 


— 


271 


West Brookfield . 


- 


~ 




"~ 


" 


~ 


~ 


~ 




272 


Essex . 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


273 


Erving 


— 


— 




- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


274 


Lanesborough 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


275 


Clarksburg . 


— 


— 




- 


— 


- 


~ 


■~ 


— 


276 


Rochester 


— 


— 




~ 


~ 


— 


~ 


~ 




277 


Russell 


_ 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


278 


Hinsdale 


. 


— 




- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


279 


Wenham 


. 


- 




- 


31 


28 


26 


22 


25 


280 


Berkley 


— 


— 




— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


■" 


281 


Granby 


- 


- 




- 


- 


— 


~ 


— 


"" 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



151 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 





JTJNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

(grades vn TO ix) 


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades X TO XIl) 




to 

6 


"3 
o 
H 


^ U 1- t-* 

o|^ o 

t-, U U 
O O O 

111 |.| Jl 

6 6 6 


"3 

"o 


o 

ID 


a 

rt .1 -' , 3 

6 6 6 


3 

o 


"a 
o 

■d 
d 

6 


172 


173 


174 175 176 


177 


178 


179 180 181 


182 


183 


90 
95 
48 


743 
685 
328 


93 90 78 
85 91 76 
50 38 63 


261 
252 
151 


- 


- - - 


- 


1,004 
937 
479 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


— 


— 


_ _ — 


— 


— 


37 


283 


36 33 31 


100 


- 


- - - 


- 


383 


72 


497 


_ _ _ 


_ 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


497 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


— 


— 


_ _ _ 


— 


— 


60 
63 


510 
432 


65 68 68 
54 54 33 


201 
141 


- 


_ _ _ 


~ 


711 
573 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


~ 


~ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


— 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- - - 


~ 


~ 


39 


247 


- - - 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


~ 


247 


— 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


~ 


~ 


37 
43 


264 
248 


32 21 19 
32 30 17 


72 
79 


- 


- 


- 


336 

327 


38 


336 


31 34 28 


93 


- 


- - 


- 


429 


36 


235 


24 23 25 


72 


_ 


- - - 


- 


307 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


34 


262 


37 31 


68 


_ 


_ _ _ 


- 


330 


: 


~ 


: : I 


- 


~ 


~ ~ ~ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ 


'; 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


148 


24 18 


42 


- 


- - - 


- 


190 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 



152 



P.D. 2. 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 





TOWNS 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>> 




1 


03 




^ (N CO 


•o o 

CO 






184 


185 


186 


187 


188 189 190 


191 


232 
233 
234 
235 
236 


Longmeadow 

Seekonk 

Dudley 

Acushnet 

Bedford 


6 

1 

2 
3 


15 
6 
6 
7 
3 


2 
3 

2 
1 


4 
11 
3 
2 
5 


1 1 

2 1 

- 2 2 


2 


237 
238 
239 
240 
241 


East Longmeadov 
Wilbraham . 
North Reading 
Rehoboth . 
Shirley 


3 
2 

4 


12 
8 
4 
3 
7 


1 
4 


1 

4 

4 


1 

1 1 - 


1 
1 


242 
243 

244 
245 
246 


Hanson 
Salisbury 
Middleton . 
Norfolk 
Lynnfield 


5 
2 
1 
2 
4 


5 

7 
4 

10 


4 

1 

2 
2 


2 

5 
3 


2 4- 
1 


2 


247 
248 
249 
250 
251 


Ashburnham 
Upton 

Sturbridge . 
Hull . 
Raynham . 


2 

4 

13 

1 


9 
5 
3 
4 
6 


1 

1 

4 
2 


2 

1 
3 
1 


1 - - 
1 
1 


2 


252 
253 
254 
255 

256 


Westminster 

Marion 

Dennis 

Nahant 

Lincoln 


1 

1 

2 

12 


3 
6 
5 
6 


2 
3 


3 

2 
3 
3 
1 


2 - - 
1 1 


- 


257 
258 
259 
260 
261 


Lakeville 

MillviUe 

Sterling 

Cheshire 

Tyngsborough 


1 


4 
3 
3 
4 
3 


1 
2 

1 


1 

1 
1 
4 


2 1 
1 3 
1 
- 2 - 


2 

1 


262 
263 
264 
265 
266 


Mattapoisett 
Newbury 
Freetown 
Southwick . 
Rowley 


2 
2 


2 
3 
1 
6 
6 


2 


4 
3 
2 
5 
3 


1 1 

2 - - 


3 


267 
268 
269 
270 
271 


Buckland 

Colrain 

Carver 

Boylston 

West Brookfield 


1 
1 
3 


5 
4 
6 
2 
3 


1 
1 
1 


2 

4 
1 


2 - - 
1 

1 


1 
1 


272 
273 
274 
275 
276 


Essex . 
Erving 

Lanesborough 
Clarksburg . 
Rochester . 


1 
1 
3 
2 

2 


3 

4 
4 

1 
2 


3 

1 
2 

1 
1 


1 

4 


1 

1 1 

- 1 1 


~ 


277 
278 
279 
280 
281 


Russell 

Hinsdale 

Wenham 

Berkley 

Granby 


4 

1 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 


1 


2 
2 
1 
2 
4 


- - - 


3 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLs — Continued 



153 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1950 












JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 


"o 






Graduate of 


! 


"o 
















o 




o-g 






TEACHERS COLLEGE OK 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 




'o-g 




aj CO 
O to 


3 


'o 

o 


NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


"a 

O o 


■O-o 

&g 

o " 

IS 




With 

diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 

or more 


o 


192 


193 


194 


195 196 197 


198 199 200 


201 


202 


203 


_ 


29 


5 


5 2 2 


- - 1 


_ 


_ 


15 


- 


23 


3 


1 6 


_ _ _ 


1 


- 


11 


- 


12 
17 
12 

17 
13 
14 


3 


- - 4 


1 




- 


8 


- 


3 


- - 1 


- 


~ 


- 


4 


- 


6 


1 


: : : 


- 


- 


7 


- 


13 
11 


1 


3 


1 


: 


: 


5 


- 


16 

15 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


: 


- 


- 


12 

7 
18 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


8 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


— 


11 


- 


_ — _ 


_ _ _ 


— 


- 


- 


- 


25 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


8 


1 


- - 3 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


4 


- 


9 


3 


1 - 1 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


5 


— 


11 


— 


_ — _ 


— — _ 


_ 


_ 


— 


~ 


13 
16 


- 


1 


_ _ _ 


~ 


- 


4 


- 


8 
9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


3 


1 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


4 


- 


9 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 
8 


1 


- - 2 


- 


- 


- 


3 


_ 


10 
13 


: 


_ — _ 


~ — — 


_ 


_ 


: 


~ 


9 


~ 


_ _ _ 


_ _ _ 


- 


~ 


~ 


_ 


8 
8 


: 


_ _ _ 


_ _ _ 


: 


~ 


~ 


- 


9 
8 
8 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


9 
8 


~ 


: : : 


: : : 


~ 


_ 


"" 


- 


9 
8 

7 


- 


: : : 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 
8 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 
6 
8 


- 


1 2 


- - - 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- - - 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 



154 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 
TowKS OF Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Peincipals and Teachebs, classified according to Training, 



HIGH SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



TOWNS 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 



J- o,>, 






^" 






SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 



m O 

>)0 



206 



207 



232 Longmeadow 

233 Seekonk 

234 Dudley 

235 Acushnet 

236 Bedford 

237 East Longmeadow 

238 Wilbraham 

239 North Reading 

240 Rehoboth . 

241 Shirley 



242 


Hanson 


243 


SaUsbury 


244 


Middleton . 


245 


Norfolk 


246 


Lynnfield . 


247 


Ashburnham 


248 


Upton 


249 


Sturbridge . 


250 


Hull . 


251 


Raynham . 


252 


Westminster 


253 


Marion 


254 


Dennis 


255 


Nahant 


256 


Lincoln 


257 


Lake\'ille 


258 


MiUville 


259 


Sterling 


260 


Cheshire 


261 


Tyngsborough 



262 Mattapoisett 

263 Newbury 

264 Freetown 

265 Southwick 

266 Rowley 

267 Buckland 

268 Colrain 

269 Carver 

270 Boylston 

271 West Brookfield 

272 Essex . 

273 Erving 

274 Lanesborough 

275 Clarksburg . 

276 Rochester . 

277 Russell 

278 Hinsdale 

279 Wenham 

280 Berkley 

281 Granby 



208 



209 



210 



2H 



Pt. II. 



155 



AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — 


Continued 










Jan. 1, 1950 


School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 


BtnLDINQS 
USED FOB 








"o 
















Total 


o 

CO 
















Valuation 

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212 213 


214 


215 216 217 218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


222a 


223 






- - - 4 


4 


3 


1 


_ 


_ 


$1,134,225 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - 3 2 


5 


4 


1 


_ 


- 


300,326 00 


_ _ 


_ 


2 - - 1 


3 


2 


1 


_ 


- 


271,140 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - 2 1 


3 


3 




_ 


_ 


47,600 00 


- 


- 


_ _ i- 2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


214,500 00 






- - - 2 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


139,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- 2 - 1 


3 


3 


— 


_ 


- 


82,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


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_ 


362,234 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - 2 1 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


107,175 00 


- 


- 


- 1 - 1 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


119,000 00 


_ 


1 


2 - - 2 


5 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


93,750 00 


_ _ 




1 - - 1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


- 


78,700 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


144,550 00 


_ _ 


2 


1 - - 1 


4 


4 


_ 


_ 


- 


57,000 00 


- 




- - 1 1 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


187,300 00 


_ 




- - - 2 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


61,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - 1 1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


55,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- 1 2 - 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


118,800 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


840,000 00 


- 


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3 


3 


- 


- 


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107,700 00 


_ 




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2 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


245,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- 1 - 1 


2 


1 




_ 


1 


170,675 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


108,500 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 2 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


- 


199,460 00 


- 


- 


_ - - 2 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


422,900 00 


_ _ 


_ 


2 - 1 - 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


100,475 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


77,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


135,500 00 


_ _ 


1 


- - - 1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


93,400 00 


- 




- - - 1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


77,400 00 


_ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


165,000 00 


_ - 


_ 


- - 2 - 


2 


2 


_ 


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- 


60,500 00 


_ - 


2 


3 1 - - 


6 


6 


_ 


_ 


- 


34,500 00 


_ _ 




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1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


165,000 00 


- 


- 


1 - 1 - 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


96,000 00 


_ _ 


1 


- - - 1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


65,000 00 


- - 


_ 


4 _ _ _ 


4 


4 


_ 


_ 


- 


21,600 00 


- - 


_ 


11-1 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


37,050 00 


_ _ 


_ 


1 - - 1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


- 


42,900 00 


- 


- 


1 - - 1 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


13,700 00 


_ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


33,000 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - 2 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


75,750 00 


_ - 


3 


3 - - - 


6 


6 


_ 


_ 


- 


37,600 00 


- - 


_ 


2 - 1 - 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


65,000 00 


- 


- 


2 1 - - 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


13,340 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- 1 - 1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


117,200 00 


- _ 


_ 


- — - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


100,000 00 


- - 


— 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


78,500 00 


_ _ 


_ 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


39,400 00 


- 


- 


- - - 1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


66,659 55 



156 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 





TOWNS 


3 

6 


a 

03 

■-5 

"o 


Teaching Staff in All Public Day 

Schools — Kindergarten, Elembntart, 
Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 1950 




PULL TIME 


pari 

TIME 












i 






a 
_o 


C3 



■3 

d 


1 

02 




■3 



P 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


^ 


282 
283 
284 
285 
286 


Sunderland . 
West Stockbridge . 
Berlin 

Hampden . 
Hubbardston 


1,085 
1,062 
1,057 
1,023 
1,022 


51,473,510 

1,266,170 

1,301,905 

1,119,371 

927,295 


1 


- 


5 

5 
5 

6 
5 


5 
5 
6 
6 
5 


3 

4 
2 
3 


287 
288 
289 
290 
291 


Sherborn 

East Brookfield . 

Whately 

Southampton 

Conway 


1,022 

1,016 

979 

950 

944 


2,272,300 
1,309,210 
1,195,780 
1,344,493 
1,019,811 


1 


- 


6 
5 
5 
4 
4 


6 
6 
5 
4 
4 


4 
3 
3 

2 
3 


292 
293 
294 
295 
296 


Gill . 

Halifax 

Brewster 

Royalston 

Paxton 


931 
867 
827 
795 
791 


1,136,870 
1,913,400 
2,642,338 
862,513 
1,581,932 


1 


- 


4 
6 
6 
5 
5 


5 
6 
6 
5 
5 


3 

1 
2 
3 
3 


297 
298 
299 
300 
301 


Boxford 

Bolton 

Carlisle 

Becket 

Leverett. 


778 
775 
747 
689 
688 


1,456,732 

1,389,496 

1,290,228 

950,365 

677,744 


- 


- 


4 
6 

4 
4 

5 


4 
6 
4 
4 
5 


2 
4 
3 

1 
3 


302 
303 
304 
305 
306 


Granville 
Richmond . 
Cummington 
Truro 
Eastham 


668 
624 
608 
585 
582 


1,994,858 

965,169 

727,748 

2,218,798 

2,330,020 


- 


- 


5 

4 
5 
4 
4 


5 
4 
5 
4 
4 


1 
2 
2 
2 
6 


307 
308 
309 
310 
311 


Pelham 
Plympton 
Phillioston . 
Blandford . 
Worthington 


568 
532 
481 
479 
471 


558,553 
895,890 
813,334 
897,502 
881,158 


- 


- 


3 
4 
4 
3 
3 


3 
4 
4 
3 
3 


1 

2 
3 
3 
3 


312 
313 
314 
315 
316 


Egremont 
Dunstable . 
Warwick 
New Braintree 
Mashpee 


463 

447 
444 
439 
434 


1,347,759 
609,827 
420,672 
721,225 

1,535,140 


- 


- 


2 
4 
3 
2 

4 


2 
4 
3 
2 
4 


2 
3 

1 
1 


317 
318 
319 
320 
321 


Oakham 
Chesterfield 
Florida 
Sandisfield . 
Westhampton 


423 
422 
421 
421 
403 


478,480 
705,076 
1,489,733 
975,636 
533,920 


- 


- 


2 
3 
5 
2 
3 


2 
3 
5 
2 
3 


3 
2 
1 

2 


322 
323 
324 
325 
326 


Wendell 
Boxborough 
Wales 
Otis . 
Heath 


391 
376 
367 
364 
359 


342,418 
444,720 
508,776 
991,045 
490,217 


- 


- 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 


3 
2 
1 

2 


327 
328 
329 
330 
331 


Hancock 
Monterey . 
Windsor 
Savoy 
Washington 


332 
320 
314 
300 
267 


661,835 
1,048,035 
569,900 
281,390 
225,814 


- 


; 


4 
2 
3 
3 
2 


4 
2 
3 
3 
2 


2 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



157 



Continued 



PupiLB IN All 


Public Day 


Schools 


— Kindergarten, Elementary. Junior 


High, 


1^ 






High — 


Year ending 


Jdnb 30, 


1950 






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^ 


i 




0, 


om the 
tuition 
3 than 
olyear 


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1' 


S 




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ii 


3 


■p. 

3 


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2a-3 


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be 


1 

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1 






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attended 
than half 
year 


2 '^ 


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< 


<J 


< 


< 


(X, 




2: 


'Z 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 




13 


14 


15 


113 


18,580 


109 


170 


112 




31 


1 


142 


149 


22,463 


131 


172 


139 




53 


_ 


192 


146 


23,738 


133 


178 


143 




48 


8 


183 


216 


33,429 


192 


174 


209 




45 


9 


245 


155 


26,021 


148 


175 


157 




35 




192 


142 


21,850 


123 


178 


133 




40 


_ 


173 


174 


27,299 


156 


175 


165 




44 


_ 


209 


129 


20,397 


120 


170 


128 




27 


_ 


155 


183 


28,528 


167 


171 


180 




42 


2 


220 


108 


17,559 


105 


167 


111 




45 


4 


152 


115 


18,670 


107 


175 


114 




40 


1 


153 


174 


27,670 


155 


179 


164 




57 


19 


202 


109 


16,688 


99 


169 


107 




31 


2 


136 


164 


25,660 


148 


174 


159 




39 


5 


193 


117 


19,143 


108 


178 


114 




32 


- 


146 


85 


13,225 


78 


169 


85 




71 


5 


151 


145 


22,480 


130 


173 


139 




28 


1 


166 


107 


16,987 


96 


177 


103 




36 


_ 


139 


121 


17,252 


97 


177 


107 




43 


8 


142 


117 


18,889 


109 


174 


117 




26 


8 


135 


85 


13,674 


79 


173 


82 




28 


_ 


110 


114 


18,601 


103 


179 


113 




33 


4 


142 


96 


15,114 


84 


180 


91 




13 


2 


102 


88 


12,039 


71 


170 


80 




23 


- 


103 


107 


14,884 


87 


172 


93 




30 


5 


118 


63 


10,714 


60 


180 


63 




37 


1 


99 


95 


15,458 


88 


175 


95 




42 


7 


130 


121 


19,296 


110 


174 


118 




24 


5 


137 


83 


12,136 


73 


167 


78 




24 


6 


96 


56 


8,544 


50 


173 


55 




14 


2 


67 


73 


11,570 


66 


176 


72 




30 


_ 


102 


80 


12,674 


75 


170 


79 




17 


- 


96 


80 


11,833 


68 


174 


72 




24 


3 


93 


50 


8,086 


46 


178 


56 




31 


- 


87 


72 


12,137 


68 


179 


71 




20 


- 


91 


59 


8,766 


49 


176 


54 




14 


_ 


68 


89 


13,166 


81 


165 


84 




13 


4 


93 


88 


14,025 


83 


169 


89 




30 


1 


118 


46 


6,365 


39 


160 


41 




12 


1 


52 


67 


10,627 


61 


173 


66 




17 


2 


81 


65 


10,035 


55 


174 


64 




6 


9 


60 


56 


8,564 


53 


162 


57 




21 


- 


78 


92 


13,333 


79 


169 


84 




14 


5 


93 


75 


11,730 


68 


175 


72 




20 


3 


89 


55 


7,983 


50 


160 


52 




25 


5 


72 


74 


10,868 


64 


170 


70 




27 


3 


94 


40 


5,848 


31 


179 


35 




10 


2 


43 


67 


8,910 


56 


162 


59 




16 


3 


72 


55 


7,912 


49 


164 


52 




16 


7 


61 


42 


7,028 


41 


171 


44 




16 


3 


57 



158 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup IV. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



Itemized Expbnditures for Support op All Public 



TOWNS 



Oi o 

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ra (-" rt 

4) <0 U 

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-a .3 
o 







16 


17 


18 




19 


282 


Sunderland . 


$1,480 21 


$11,986 86 


$358 65 


S561 40 


283 


West Stookbridge. 


2,321 74 


11,200 00 


484 


46 


348 88 


284 


Berlin 


2,202 86 


17,112 16 


589 


20 


770 53 


285 


Hampden 


2,275 22 


17,029 00 


1,287 


03 


1,311 ^6 


286 


Hubbardston 


1,440 55 


14,795 35 


644 07 


493 30 


287 


Sherborn 


2,704 77 


17,051 01 


770 


82 


S37 26 


288 


East Brookfield . 


2,000 27 


14,820 83 


682 


50 


398 67 


289 


Whately 


1,888 15 


10,155 28 


317 


41 


726 61 


290 


Southampton 


1,320 13 


13,584 10 


852 


97 


994 27 


291 


Conway 


1,678 06 


10,646 00 


291 


91 


897 74 


292 


Gill . . 


1,471 21 


11,380 25 


173 


83 


380 06 


293 


HaUfax 


1,620 38 


14,741 00 


272 


50 


253 75 


294 


Brewster 


1,489 47 


18,891 88 


662 


10 


1,023 16 


295 


Royalston . 


1,781 39 


12,496 79 


512 76 


642 00 


296 


Paxton 


980 63 


11,816 62 


294 


02 


591 08 


297 


Boxford 


1,137 86 


11,081 00 


356 


91 


479 85 


298 


Bolton 


1,106 30 


14,708 60 


477 


35 


371 46 


299 


Carlisle 


1,139 89 


9,549 50 


320 


97 


390 95 


300 


Becket 


2,406 48 


9,802 00 


327 


91 


609 32 


301 


Leverett 


1,505 53 


10,660 00 


152 


74 


335 63 


302 


Granville 


2,303 49 


12,365 00 


320 


82 


421 62 


303 


Richmond . 


1,760 75 


8,591 00 


313 


30 


332 23 


304 


Cummington 


1,056 21 


12,296 16 


642 


75 


587 74 


305 


Truro 


1,755 31 


10,882 56 


360 


51 


1,026 92 


306 


Eastham 


1,306 59 


12,572 58 


335 


49 


422 17 


307 


Pelham 


884 78 


6,200 00 


181 


33 


342 73 


308 


Plympton . 


1,119 56 


9,948 50 


151 


89 


221 25 


309 


Phillipston . 


771 87 


9,635 46 


291 


20 


938 91 


310 


Blandford . 


1,732 40 


8,883 25 


331 


86 


153 97 


311 


Worthington 


1,445 31 


6,249 00 


106 


78 


240 68 


312 


Egremont . 


1,307 56 


4,880 00 


273 


84 


159 77 


313 


Dunstable . 


942 31 


9,495 96 


331 


43 


692 06 


314 


Warwick 


875 63 


7,350 00 


79 


56 


149 39 


315 


New Braintree 


1,004 66 


5,545 10 


57 


77 


241 62 


316 


Mashpee 


1,426 50 


10,126 20 


288 


94 


577 08 


317 


Oakham 


544 55 


4,629 83 


218 


68 


83 36 


318 


Chesterfield 


1,369 95 


6,045 00 


161 


00 


605 93 


319 


Florida 


2,356 31 


11,573 91 


388 


30 


424 82 


320 


Sandisfield . 


1,824 87 


4,150 00 


156 


33 


110 79 


321 


Westhampton 


867 56 


6,973 00 


277 


64 


485 88 


322 


Wendell 


863 22 


4,711 00 


171 


89 


283 24 


323 


Boxborough 


878 41 


6,522 00 


280 


33 


196 33 


324 


Wales 


1,296 84 


6,375 00 


199 


69 


142 78 


325 


Otis . 


2,214 34 


6,398 00 


676 


89 


439 22 


326 


Heath 


1,908 55 


6,968 04 


362 


69 


508 27 


327 


Hancock 


1,241 81 


8,080 00 


438 64 


309 44 


328 


Monteiey . 


925 00 


5,094 00 


268 


81 


149 96 


329 


Windsor 


1,666 14 


6,326 94 


276 


66 


244 83 


330 


Savoy 


1,603 77 


6,336 01 


255 


20 


333 17 


331 


Wasliington 


1,209 48 


4,273 80 


237 


33 


249 21 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



159 



Schools — Day, Eventng, Vacation — Year ending Jxnm 30, 1950 



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1-5 




^ 




;3 


& 


H 




H 


20 




21 




22 


23 


24 




25 


$3,181 


23 


$2,158 69 


_ 


850 00 


$1,166 


25 


$2,910 01 


3,239 


20 


432 


41 


— 


532 61 


1,126 


80 


4,180 00 


2,447 


09 


597 


09 


S346 53 


288 16 


3,161 


69 


1,210 43 


4,939 


89 


478 


87 


- 


756 15 


5,941 


70 


5,549 05 


3,944 


09 


284 


61 


51 01 


539 25 


5,240 


00 


3,151 50 


5,106 


56 


476 


82 


110 47 


812 56 


4,121 


00 


2,720 00 


3,369 


76 


1,938 


09 


110 04 


636 74 


784 


40 


2,000 00 


4,202 


85 


1,775 


46 


- 


50 00 


4,718 


65 


3,509 65 


3,667 


80 


284 


26 


- 


385 52 


7,288 


80 


3,654 26 


2,962 


08 


2,391 


35 


- 


76 18 


4,584 


90 


6,012 25 


2,683 


58 


276 


22 


_ 


250 00 


3,115 


86 


3,036 14 


2,428 


60 


785 


91 


_ 


516 47 


2,938 00 


4,482 81 


5,171 


10 


1,143 


21 


_ 


560 81 


4,860 


90 


3,365 20 


3,942 


02 


1,054 


15 


— 


376 06 


4,150 


60 


5,314 31 


3,375 


24 


5,348 


59 


- 


295 09 


3,050 


00 


2,466 67 


3,075 


08 


3,480 


47 


23 06 


359 72 


3,600 


00 


4,140 00 


2,919 


25 


878 


36 


_ 


112 07 


4,640 


00 


976 00 


3,037 


93 


793 


36 


- 


345 06 


2,063 


00 


3,554 50 


2,862 


80 


1,0.55 


14 


3 00 


253 28 


6,429 


50 


3,055 90 


1,074 


92 


157 


86 


24 31 


443 60 


2,608 


75 


5,301 90 


4,589 


67 


2,081 


62 


33 67 


238 37 


3,258 


12 


4,042 47 


2,147 


72 


359 


78 


- 


145 00 


2,530 


00 


3,011 11 


1,563 


69 


510 


46 


12 00 


97 55 


4,573 


00 


1,968 00 


2,543 


68 


247 


98 


154 84 


300 00 


850 


00 


3,060 00 


1,588 


24 


1,176 


93 


82 12 


100 85 


4,190 


00 


2,255 00 


2,212 


00 


322 


00 


_ 


161 76 


1,494 


00 


1,711 50 


2,272 


17 


335 


19 


_ 


437 68 


1,306 


25 


3,300 00 


2,374 


26 


43 


28 


_ 


287 05 


4,236 


20 


1,520 85 






945 


25 


_ 


278 81 


2,847 


37 


4,175 60 


1,826 


08 


196 


34 


- 


250 00 


4,807 


40 


1,891 20 


1,821 


89 


522 


12 


. 


370 50 


1,361 


00 


1,672 00 


2,675 


80 


573 


32 


_ 


50 00 


2,479 


00 


4,118 40 


1,906 


63 


248 


89 


— 


260 00 


2,110 


00 


3,992 50 


1,294 


45 


59 


44 


50 60 


225 50 


4,530 00 


3,617 00 


3,805 


87 


1,320 46 


113 44 


64 53 


953 


40 


1,562 00 


732 


62 


196 


27 


_ 


202 60 


5,320 


00 


2,201 60 


1,606 


04 


218 76 


— 


200 00 


4,926 


50 


1,620 80 


1,877 


31 


739 


44 


_ 


91 05 


3,312 


00 


5,547 00 


1,408 


47 


80 


78 


16 00 


100 00 


3,817 


50 


4,619 00 


1,036 


65 


631 


45 


- 


290 49 


2,508 50 


1,572 50 


617 


07 


318 


77 


17 29 


311 09 


1,238 


00 


2,994 00 


3,227 


06 


7 


65 


— 


621 23 


1,000 


00 


2,000 00 


1,571 


13 


106 


49 


1 28 


150 00 


1,686 40 


1,810 00 


3,010 


64 


13 


85 


— 


2 75 


4.243 


25 


3,673 25 


1,346 


54 


1,317 


63 


- 


154 17 


2,794 


10 


4,496 00 


1,036 


65 


743 


64 


_ 


145 00 


2,257 


23 


2,257 24 


1,022 


13 


101 


10 


— 


25 00 


1,428 


30 


1,800 00 


967 


06 


126 


13 


48 50 


93 00 


3,460 


50 


1,927 90 


563 


59 


342 


84 


- 


98 10 


2,599 


75 


3,164 00 


499 


80 


157 


82 


27 17 


85 00 


2,009 


63 


1,317 45 



160 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Itemized ExPENDiTtniES for Support op All 

Public Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation 

— Year ending June 30, 1950 — Con. 



Expenditure 
ENDING June 



•9t3 

O " 

tc to fl 

01.3 '3 







26 




27 


28 




29 


282 


Sunderland . 


S6,507 


50 


_ 


$30,360 80 


_ 


283 


West Stockbridge . 


6,076 


46 


— 


29,942 


56 


$4,000 00 


284 


Berlin , 


4,840 


34 


$15 98 


33,582 


06 


- 


285 


Hampden 


10,148 


00 


15 25 


49,731 


72 


- 


286 


Hubbardston 


7,277 


50 


695 24 


38,556 


47 


106 81 


287 


Sherborn 


3,246 


32 


83 65 


38,041 


24 


409 00 


288 


East Brookfield . 


2,420 


90 


30 25 


29,192 


45 


— 


289 


Whately 


4,994 


00 


19 04 


32,357 


10 


- 


290 


Southampton 


3,244 


00 


56 23 


35,312 


34 


- 


291 


Conway 


6,374 


14 


44 78 


35,959 


39 


■- 


292 


Gill . 


7,594 


39 


113 36 


30,474 


90 


_ 


293 


Halifax 


7,790 


62 


_ 


35,830 


04 


- 


294 


Brewster 


7,962 


91 


197 57 


45,328 


31 


39 00 


295 


Royals ton 


6,830 


94 


272 88 


37,373 


90 


97 52 


296 


Paxton 


5,640 


28 


160 55 


34,018 77 


- 


297 


Boxford 


12,010 


77 


_ 


39,744 72 


_ 


298 


Bolton 


3,148 08 


910 15 


30,247 


62 


— 


299 


Carlisle 


9,740 


40 


281 17 


31,216 


73 


1,458 95 


300 


Becket 


5,671 


24 


104 62 


32,481 


19 


- 


301 


Leverett 


6,153 


50 


43 76 


28,462 


50 


128,566 75 


302 


Granville 


2,691 


44 


76 45 


32,422 


74 


49 90 


303 


Richmond . 


6,991 


81 


_ 


26,182 


70 


- 


304 


Cummington 


2,796 


14 


268 70 


26,372 


40 


- 


305 


Truro . 


1,950 


00 


- 


23,131 


80 


350 00 


306 


Eastham 


7,422 


39 


6,081 89 


37,534 


25 


- 


307 


Pelham 


8,747 


50 


_ 


22,257 


60 


55 28 


308 


Plympton 


7,917 


14 


60 28 


27,069 


91 


— 


309 


Phillipston 


3,957 


02 


115 46 


24,171 


56 


319 90 


310 


Blandford 


7,777 


07 


- 


27,125 


58 


- 


311 


Worthington 


2,178 


00 


189 20 


19,379 


99 


- 


312 


Egremont 


5,461 


12 


_ 


17,829 


80 


_ 


313 


Dunstable 


1,656 


35 


265 06 


23,279 


69 


— 


314 


Warwick 


3,592 68 


553 34 


21,118 62 


- 


315 


New Braintiee 


4,129 


61 


36 3i 


20,792 


08 


— 


316 


Mashpee 


2,767 


65 


482 51 


23,488 58 


- 


317 


Oakham 


1,879 02 


1 05 


16,009 


58 


- 


318 


Chesterfield . 


2,206 


12 


95 89 


19,055 


99 


3,660 75 


319 


Florida 


5,790 


33 


163 71 


32,264 


18 


- 


320 


Sandisfield . 


1,612 


15 


6 27 


17,902 


16 


58,814 61 


321 


Westhampton 


2,791 


21 


34 76 


17,469 


64 


~ 


322 


Wendell 


772 71 


23 17 


12,321 


45 


60 82 


323 


Boxborough 


3,333 60 


346 70 


18,413 


31 


768 72 


324 


Wales . 


3,086 


63 


- 


16,426 


24 


— 


325 


Otis . 


3,107 


42 


70 65 


23,850 


26 


— 


326 


Heath . 


2,222 52 


- 


22,078 51 


~ 


327 


Hancock 


4,543 42 


68 58 


21,121 


65 


- 


328 


Monterey 


1,692 40 


62 10 


12,568 80 


— 


329 


Windsor 


3,163 


34 


189 80 


18,490 80 


- 


330 


Savoy . 


3,299 30 


68 71 


18,664 44 


— 


331 


Washington . 


2,321 


66 


" 


12,388 


35 





Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



161 



FOR OtTTLAT, YeAR 

30, 1950 


Valuation of 

19-J9 PER Pupil 

IN Net Average 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1950 


Expenditures for 
School Support from 

Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 
1949, PER $1,000 Val- 
uation 


Rate of Total Tax 

PER $1,000 

Valuation, 1949 


s 


1 


1 

1 


3 
o 

.2 

o 


> 

s Jo 


> 

fl .si 

a So 


a 

3 
o 

a 
< 


> 
a a 

— 3 
M O 

1^ 


30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 


$3,435 51 
176 65 
190 14 
324 SO 


$7,435 51 
176 65 
190 14 
431 61 


S10,377 38 
6,595 75 
7,114 64 
4,569 110 
4,830 105 


$14 53 59 
13 60 71 
15 01 57 
26 56 3 
20 68 14 


$33 00 
46 00 
48 00 
55 00 
50 00 


94 
37 
31 
12 
22 


. 498 84 
• 475 07 

2,019 36 


907 84 
475 07 

2,019 36 


13,135 24 
6,264 82 
7,715 57 
6,111 85 
6,709 73 


15 81 40 

15 65 45 
17 29 30 
14 02 65 

16 55 46 


36 00 
42 00 

37 00 
50 00 
40 00 


83 
49 
81 
27 
61 


293 92 

1,471 16 

171 71 

425 85 


293 92 

1,510 16 

269 23 

425 85 


7,431 61 
9,472 44 

19,429 10 
4,469 113 

10,835 34 


18 71 19 
10 89 96 
12 17 85 
21 42 9 
16 50 36 


32 00 
38 00 
30 00 
50 00 
38 20 


97 
74 
101 
26 
73 


104 05 
34 95 
250 10 
284 96 
108 06 


104 05 

34 95 

1,709 05 

284 96 

128,674 81 


9,647 43 
8,370 49 
9,282 46 
6,693 74 
5,020 104 


18 17 24 
13 20 79 

15 35 52 

16 45 48 

17 86 27 


42 00 
40 00 
29 00 
52 00 
54 00 


48 
59 
106 
18 
15 


745 53 
65 00 
269 56 
676 01 
456 26 


795 43 
65 00 
269 56 
926 01 
456 26 


18,135 15 

6,797 70 

7,135 63 

21,542 8 

19,746 9 


13 43 76 

15 03 56 

16 56 35 
8 89 106 

10 02 100 


34 00 
44 00 
50 00 
26 00 
28 50 


91 
45 
21 
113 
109 


275 01 
100 00 
379 44 

316 45 


330 29 
100 00 
699 34 

316 45 


5,642 93 
6,891 67 
5,937 88 
9,349 45 
13,152 22 


18 64 20 
14 50 60 
10 66 97 
13 61 69 
8 51 HI 


33 00 
40 00 
44 00 
35 00 
50 00 


93 
66 
44 
86 
29 


27 56 
470 30 


27 56 
470 30 


13,213 21 
6,352 79 
5,843 90 
8,290 50 

16,870 17 


8 71 108 
13 92 66 
21 25 11 
13 51 73 
11 74 90 


25 00 
20 00 
50 00 
36 00 
40 00 


114 

116 

28 

82 

65 


193 11 
1,375 60 

148 47 


3,660 75 

193 11 

60,190 21 

148 47 


7,036 66 

7,581 59 

12,625 26 

18,762 13 

6,592 77 


6 19 116 
8 42 112 

11 87 87 
6 11 117 

13 57 72 


61 00 
58 00 
46 00 
42 00 
40 00 


6 

8 

34 

51 

68 


202 04 
2,947 05 


262 86 
768 72 

2,947 05 


5,707 91 
5,702 92 
5,471 98 
11,135 29 
6,809 68 


15 66 44 
15 96 38 
11 25 93 
11 19 94 
17 27 31 


53 00 
40 00 
43 00 
47 00 
46 00 


17 
60 
46 
33 
35 


660 19 
28 37 

22 26 


660 19 
28 37 

22 26 


7,041 65 
24,373 6 
7,915 54 
4,613 108 
3,962 116 


23 48 5 

7 61 113 

9 55 102 

20 95 12 

15 92 39 


40 00 
39 00 
35 00 
60 00 
42 00 


63 
72 
90 
7 
53 



162 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



EXFENDmiBE FOE SUPPOHT OF AlL PubLIC 

Yeah ending 



TOWNS 



FBOM LOCAL TAXATION 



0,0 a 



.Sp. 



FROM STATE 

REIMBXTESEMENT (INCLUDING 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 



.= so 

"3, » fe 
„« c S n 



282 Sunderland . 

283 West Stockbridge 

284 Berlin 

285 Hampden . 

286 Hubbaidston 

287 Sherborn 

288 East Brookfield 

289 Whately 

290 Southampton 

291 Conway 

292 Gill 

293 Halifax 

294 Brewster 

295 Royalston 

296 Paxton 

297 Boxford 

298 Bolton 

299 Carlisle 

300 Becket 

301 Leverett 

302 Granville . 

303 Richmond . 

304 Cummington 

305 Truro 

306 Eastbam 

307 Pelham 

308 Plympton . 

309 Phillifston . 

310 Blaodford . 

311 Worthington 

312 Egremont . 

313 Dunstable . 

314 Warwick . 

315 New Braintree 

316 Mashpee 

317 Oakham 

318 Chesterfield 

319 Florida 

320 Sandisfield . 

321 Westhampton 

322 Wendell 

323 Boxborough 

324 Wales 

325 Otis . 

326 Heath 

327 Hancock 

328 Monterey . 

329 Windsor 

330 Savoy 

331 Washington 



38 

§21,402 81 

17,222 42 

19,526 63 

29,725 71 

19,171 46 

35,929 56 

20,480 66 

20,659 28 

18,840 22 

16,861 54 



39 

$150 72 

89 70 

106 70 

121 33 

99 85 

207 69 

97 99 

133 29 

85 64 

110 93 



29 
94 
68 
46 

77 

9 

80 

39 

104 

61 



21,252 19 


138 


90 


37 


20,840 13 


103 


17 


72 


32,161 27 


236 


48 


5 


18,467 37 


95 


69 


86 


26,091 61 


178 


71 


19 


26,462 11 


175 


25 


20 


18,339 45 


no 


48 


62 


19,799 84 


142 


44 


34 


15,625 71 


110 


04 


63 


12,093 36 


89 


58 


95 


26,774 62 


243 41 


4 


14,507 68 


102 


17 


75 


12,035 74 


117 


99 


49 


19,727 08 


191 


53 


15 


23,345 99 


197 


85 


13 


10,403 24 


105 


08 


69 


12,977 34 


99 


83 


78 


8,670 57 


63 


29 


116 


12,210 66 


127 


19 


42 


7,499 33 


111 


93 


58 


11,730 04 


115 


00 


54 


8,477 20 


88 


30 


100 


8,923 83 


95 


96 


85 


9,740 04 


111 


95 


67 


18,013 33 


197 


95 


12 


2,960 42 


43 


54 


119 


5,939 32 


63 


86 


115 


17,669 07 


149 


74 


30 


5,955 99 


114 


54 


55 


7,234 57 


89 


32 


97 


5,355 13 


89 


25 


98 


7,084 72 


90 


83 


92 


5,715 64 


61 


46 


118 


11,084 81 


124 


55 


44 


8,463 04 


117 


54 


50 


15,520 52 


165 


11 


26 


7,973 84 


185 


44 


17 


5,432 33 


75 45 


112 


5,886 12 


96 


49 


83 


3,581 57 


62 


83 


117 



43 



87,582 99 


S53 40 


89 


11,189 48 


58 28 


81 


10,780 62 


58 91 


78 


17,171 59 


70 09 


53 


16,503 26 


85 95 


42 


6,147 55 


35 53 


110 


9,720 31 


46 51 


100 


10,407 41 


67 14 


59 


17,241 55 


78 37 


46 


18,614 71 


122 47 


24 


13,996 87 


91 48 


38 


11,969 16 


59 25 


77 


9,411 94 


69 21 


64 


17,229 15 


89 27 


40 


8,554 76 


58 59 


79 


9,526 12 


63 09 


67 


10,547 03 


63 54 


64 


8,653 19 


62 25 


69 


12,129 83 


85 42 


43 


13,924 98 


103 15 


33 


7,131 46 


64 83 


61 


10,015 76 


70 53 


52 


11,919 52 


116 86 


29 


4,819 13 


46 79 


98 


6,091 57 


51 62 


94 


9,233 26 


93 27 


37 


10,146 31 


78 05 


47 


13,496 69 


98 52 


36 


11,310 57 


117 82 


28 


8,914 18 


133 05 


21 


4,619 50 


45 29 


103 


12,919 82 


134 58 


19 


11,715 37 


125 97 


23 


11,592 98 


133 25 


20 


4,886 67 


53 70 


85 


12,557 77 


184 67 


8 


10,104 57 


108 65 


32 


10,768 28 


91 26 


39 


8,472 78 


162 94 


10 


9,376 27 


115 76 


30 


6,360 82 


10 60 


118 


9,206 83 


118 04 


27 


10,154 13 


109 18 


31 


10,767 29 


120 98 


26 


10,997 27 


152 74 


13 


5,289 34 


56 27 


84 


3,597 61 


83 67 


44 


10,562 49 


146 70 


16 


8,715 23 


142 87 


17 


8,507 73 


149 26 


15 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



163 



Continued 



Day Schools — 


- Classified as to Source, 








AMOtTNT PAID 


TO Town 


Dec. 31, 1949 












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a 
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average 
member- 
ship 


Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 


Group IV in 
net average 
member- 
ship 


School Fund 
of Gen. La 
(C. 643, H 
November 
1949 


School Trar 
tion C. 71 
(C. 679, 1! 
November 
1949 


44 


45 


46 


47A 


47B 


48 


49 


50 


S206 17 


_ 


$29,191 97 


S260 64 


$205 58 


59 


$3,785 32 


$3,411 00 


— 


- 


28,411 90 


204 40 


147 98 


111 


5,597 45 


4,851 86 


1,352 28 


S379 18 


32,038 71 


224 05 


175 07 


81 


6,032 94 


4,361 01 


2,110 34 


128 04 


49,135 68 


235 10 


200 .56 


63 


11,156 27 


5,628 65 


- 


58 50 


35,733 22 


227 60 


186 11 


71 


9,129 33 


7,064 60 


_ 


_ 


42,077 11 


316 37 


243 22 


35 


2,825 88 


2,935 00 


- 


- 


30,200 97 


183 04 


144 50 


113 


7,384 30 


1,950 00 


53 30 


- 


31,119 99 


243 12 


200 77 


62 


3,592 80 


6,427 95 


148 20 


- 


36,229 97 


201 28 


164 68 


95 


7,226 45 


9,673 20 


767 74 


- 


36,243 99 


326 52 


238 45 


37 


8,403 04 


9,825 00 


_ 


5 60 


35,254 66 


309 25 


230 42 


42 


9,273 21 


4,337 92 


158 24 


2,292 25 


35,259 78 


215 00 


174 55 


83 


5,993 42 


5,637 40 


— 


3,755 10 


45,328 31 


423 63 


333 30 


7 


3,566 10 


5,552 10 


640 46 


165 39 


36,502 37 


229 57 


189 13 


70 


7,941 46 


8,978 36 


- 


- 


34,646 37 


303 92 


237 30 


39 


3,681 09 


4,681 00 


1,094 96 


39 75 


37,122 94 


436 74 


245 85 


33 


5,148 34 


4,087 75 


416 46 


510 00 


29,812 94 


214 48 


179 60 


75 


5,556 94 


4,797 60 


252 87 


- 


28,705 90 


278 70 


206 52 


55 


3,735 53 


4,725 15 


1,127 56 


1,307 76 


30,190 86 


282 16 


212 61 


50 


4,682 80 


6,870 00 


574 70 


- 


26,593 04 


227 29 


196 99 


66 


7,197 25 


6,341 08 


_ 


3 31 


33,909 39 


413 53 


308 27 


9 


1,000 00 


5,454 79 


767 90 


100 00 


25,391 34 


224 70 


178 81 


77 


4,880 86 


4,565 96 


- 


- 


23,955 26 


263 24 


234 86 


41 


5,203 16 


6,329 69 


- 


3,081 56 


27,627 77 


345 35 


268 23 


21 


917 46 


3,515 00 


556 80 


4,725 03 


34,719 39 


373 33 


294 23 


14 


1,771 41 


4,090 00 


1,377 76 


13 50 


21,027 76 


333 77 


212 40 


51 


6,796 60 


2,246 89 


814 01 


960 18 


24,897 84 


262 08 


191 52 


68 


6,405 71 


3,523 10 


- 


781 40 


22,948 66 


194 48 


167 51 


92 


8,351 29 


4,990 73 


499 70 


741 60 


24,762 53 


317 47 


257 94 


25 


4,721 50 


6,202 40 


668 10 


911 99 


17,993 60 


327 16 


268 56 


19 


2,184 76 


6,263 80 


225 46 


_ 


16,575 00 


230 21 


162 50 


96 


1,872 28 


2,349 50 


- 


6 25 


21,403 27 


270 93 


222 95 


47 


6,621 82 


6,008 00 


— 


— 


20,639 20 


286 66 


221 93 


49 


6,259 05 


5,259 36 


41 76 


- 


21,374 78 


381 69 


245 69 


34 


3,957 65 


7,384 00 


- 


- 


22,900 00 


322 54 


251 65 


29 


2,760 49 


1,833 20 


_ 


1,326 98 


16,845 17 


311 95 


247 72 


32 


4,387 78 


8,025 50 


492 68 


- 


16,536 57 


196 86 


177 81 


78 


4,622 35 


5,016 59 


- 


- 


28,437 35 


319 52 


240 99 


36 


1,289 98 


8,898 30 


700 00 


- 


15,128 77 


368 99 


290 94 


15 


2,328 94 


5,660 50 


- 


200 00 


16,810 84 


254 71 


207 54 


53 


5,508 81 


3,694 26 


670 32 


- 


12,386 27 


193 54 


206 44 


56 


2,383 98 


3,783 50 


- 


- 


16,291 55 


285 82 


208 87 


52 


6,353 50 


2,660 00 


310 44 


- 


16,180 21 


192 62 


173 98 


84 


6,710 98 


3,153 15 


- 


203 22 


22,055 32 


306 32 


247 81 


31 


3,927 51 


6,449 25 


943 68 


- 


20,403 99 


392 38 


283 39 


16 


5,456 81 


4,896 06 


311 79 


_ 


21,121 65 


301 74 


224 70 


46 


3,391 34 


1,588 67 


- 


360 36 


11,931 81 


340 91 


277 48 


17 


400 00 


2,883 00 


- 


932 99 


16,927 81 


286 91 


235 11 


40 


5,145 39 


4,938 00 


1,979 38 


- 


16,580 73 


318 86 


271 82 


18 


4,196 57 


4,132 00 


582 03 


~ 


12,671 33 


287 98 


222 30 


48 


4,543 69 


3,583 75 



164 



P.D. 2. 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 







Year 


Grades in 


Public Day Elementary Schools, 






>> 

a 

as 






TEACHERS 










^ 


»H 










TOWNS 


o 
1 

i 

S 
g 
a 

s 


o 
o 

J3 

S 

>-5 


o 

1 
■i 

3 




FULL TIME 






a 
a> 

s i 


a 

a 

o o 


1 1 






51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 57 


58 59 


282 
283 

284 
285 
286 


Sunderland . 
West Stockbridge . 
Berlin 
Hampden 
Hubbardston 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


1 


1 4 

1 4 

5 

6 

1 4 


57 56 
81 68 
86 60 
111 105 
81 74 


287 
288 
289 
290 
291 


Sherborn 

East Brookfield . 

Whately 

Southampton 

Conway 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


1 


1 5 

5 

1 4 

1 3 

4 


68 74 
104 70 
68 61 
97 86 
59 49 


292 
293 
294 
295 
296 


Gill . 
Halifax 
Brewster 
Royalston . 
Paxton 


8 
7 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


1 


4 

1 5 

1 5 

5 

5 


60 55 
89 85 
51 58 
92 72 
65 52 


297 
298 
299 
300 
301 


Boxford 

Bolton 

CarUsle 

Becket 

Leverett. 


6 
6 
8 
8 
8 


3 


- 


- 


1 3 

4 

4 

1 4 


42 43 

51 56 
66 55 
65 52 


302 
303 
304 
305 
306 


Granville 
Richmond . 
Cummington 
Truro 
Eastham 


8 
8 
6 
8 
8 


3 


- 


- - 


1 4 
1 3 

1 3 
1 3 


42 43 
64 50 

43 45 
62 45 


307 
308 
309 
310 
311 


Pelham 
Plympton . 
Phillipston . 
Blandford 
Worthington 


6 
6 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


- 


1 3 

3 

1 2 


71 50 
36 47 
30 26 


312 
313 
314 
315 
316 


Egremont . 
Dunstable . 
Warwick 
New Braintree 
Mashpee 


8 
8 
8 
6 

8 


- 


- 


- 


1 1 
4 
3 

1 3 


35 38 
51 29 
43 37 

33 39 


317 
318 
319 
320 
321 


Oakham 
Chesterfield 
Florida 
Sandisfield . 
Westhampton 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


~ - 


2 
3 
5 
2 
1 2 


31 28 
52 37 
50 38 
28 18 
34 33 


322 
323 
324 
325 
326 


Wendell 
Boxborough 
Wales 
Otis . 
Heath 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


- - 


2 
3 
3 
3 
1 2 


35 30 
22 34 
43 49 
41 34 
33 22 


327 
328 
329 
330 
331 


Hancock 

Monterey 

Windsor 

Savoy 

Washington 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 




4 
2 
3 
3 

2 


37 37 
20 20 
37 30 
30 25 
19 23 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



165 



(Grades I to VIII), Year ending June 30, 1950 



■i 


>. 


-0 












Sfe 




i 




S 






o. 


expenditure roR 




«li 




1 




*^ 




:S 


1 


SUPPORT, 


EXCLUSIVE 


OF 


•3 2^ 








d 


o 


d 




general control 




m o 




Ui 




- 


J3 


^ 


XI 










S^"| 




«H 




>. 






"S A"S 








ii 




a 

o 

B 






"8° 

s.a b 




3 S 0! 




i 
















A 03 














cS a 


bid) 


o 

M 
OS 


a 

3 

o 

a 




•- c E S o 


a o 








< 


< 


< 


< 


< 




1h dj^'a 


" 


m 




m 




60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 




67 


18,580 


170 


109 


112 


$19,463 


08 


$173 78 


$11,986 


86 


$358 65 


22,463 


172 


131 


139 


18,224 


36 


131 


11 


11,200 


00 


484 


46 


23,738 


178 


133 


143 


25,459 


19 


178 


04 


17,112 


16 


589 


20 


33,429 


174 


192 


209 


31,759 


45 


151 


96 


17,029 


00 


1,287 


03 


26,021 


175 


148 


157 


26,894 


92 


171 


30 


14,795 


35 


644 


07 


21,850 


178 


123 


133 


29,279 


45 


220 


15 


17,051 


01 


770 


82 


27,299 


175 


156 


165 


22,771 


28 


138 01 


14,820 


83 


682 


50 


20,397 


170 


120 


128 


21,965 


30 


171 


60 


10,155 


28 


317 


41 


28,528 


171 


167 


180 


27,093 


95 


150 


52 


13,584 


10 


852 


97 


17,559 


167 


105 


111 


21,894 


94 


197 


25 


10,646 


00 


291 


91 


18,670 


175 


107 


114 


18,373 


16 


161 


17 


11,380 


25 


173 


83 


27,670 


179 


155 


164 


25,065 


81 


152 


84 


14,741 


00 


272 


50 


16,688 


169 


99 


107 


32,510 


73 


303 


84 


18,891 


88 


662 


10 


25,660 


174 


148 


159 


26,051 


18 


163 


84 


12,496 


79 


512 


76 


19,143 


178 


108 


114 


24,931 


19 


218 


69 


11,816 


62 


294 


02 


13,225 


169 


78 


85 


26,530 


09 


312 


12 


11,081 


00 


356 


91 


16,987 


177 


96 


103 


16,781 


94 


162 


93 


9,549 


50 


320 


97 


17,252 


177 


97 


107 


22,764 


76 


212 


75 


9,802 


00 


327 


91 


18,889 


174 


109 


117 


15,501 


57 


132 


49 


10,660 00 


152 


74 


13,674 


173 


79 


82 


23,385 


34 


285 


19 


12,365 


00 


320 


82 


18,501 


179 


103 


113 


14,419 


03 


127 


60 


8,591 


00 


313 


30 


12,039 


170 


71 


80 


16,636 


49 


207 


96 


10,882 


56 


360 


51 


14,884 


172 


87 


93 


26,550 


27 


285 


49 


12,572 


58 


335 49 


19,296 


174 


110 


118 


17,921 


82 


151 


88 


9,635 46 


291 


20 


12,136 


167 


73 


78 


13,440 


51 


172 


31 


8,883 


25 


331 


86 


8,544 


173 


50 


55 


13,865 


48 


252 


10 


6,249 


00 


106 


78 


11,570 


176 


66 


72 


9,389 


12 


130 40 


4,880 


00 


273 


84 


12,674 


170 


75 


79 


16,562 


63 


209 


65 


9,495 


96 


331 


43 


11,833 


174 


68 


72 


12,657 


81 


175 


80 


7,350 


00 


79 


56 


12,137 


179 


68 


71 


17,882 


43 


251 


87 


10,126 


20 


288 


94 


8,766 


176 


49 


54 


11,422 


21 


211 


52 


4,629 


83 


218 68 


13,166 


165 


81 


84 


13,859 


12 


164 


99 


6,045 


00 


161 


00 


14,025 


169 


83 


89 


18,570 


54 


208 


66 


11,573 


91 


388 


30 


6,363 


160 


39 


41 


11,362 


54 


277 


13 


4,150 


00 


156 


33 


10,627 


173 


61 


66 


12,238 


37 


185 


43 


6,973 00 


277 


64 


10,035 


174 


55 


64 


7,984 


23 


124 


75 


4,711 


00 


171 


89 


8,564 


162 


53 


57 


12,201 


30 


214 


06 


6,522 


00 


280 


33 


13,333 


169 


79 


84 


10,232 


77 


121 


82 


6,375 


00 


199 


69 


11,730 


175 


68 


72 


14,930 


25 


207 


36 


6,398 


00 


676 


89 


7,983 


160 


50 


52 


13,451 


44 


258 


68 


6,968 


04 


362 


69 


10,868 


170 


64 


70 


14,091 


18 


201 


30 


8,080 


00 


438 


64 


5,848 


179 


31 


35 


8,341 


40 


238 


32 


5,094 


00 


268 


81 


8,910 


162 


56 


59 


11,733 


42 


198 


87 


6,326 


94 


276 


66 


7,912 


164 


49 


52 


10,629 


85 


204 


42 


6,336 


01 


255 


20 


7,028 


171 


41 


44 


8,190 


04 


186 


14 


4,273 


80 


237 


33 



166 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementart Schools 



PRINCIPALS 



TEACHERS 



FULL TIME 



PXTPn.8 BlfBOLLED 



5)» 



282 


Sunderland . 


283 


West Stockbridge . 


284 


Berlin . . . . 


285 


Hampden 


286 


Hubbardston 


287 


Sherborn 


288 


East Brookfield . 


289 


Whately 


29U 


Southampton 


291 


Conway 


292 


GUI . 


293 


Halifax 


294 


Brewster 


295 


Royalston 


296 


Paxton 


297 


Boxford 


298 


Bolton 


299 


Carlisle 


300 


Becket 


301 


Leverett 


302 


Granville 


303 


Richmond 


304 


Cummington 


305 


Truro . 


306 


Eastham 


307 


Pelham 


308 


Plympton 


309 


PhOIipston . 


310 


Blandford 


311 


Worthington 


312 


Egremont 


313 


Dunstable . 


314 


Warwick 


315 


New Braintree 


316 


Mashpee 


317 


Oakham 


318 


Chesterfield . 


319 


Florida 


320 


Sandisfield . 


321 


Westhampton 


322 


Wendell 


323 


Boxborough 


324 


Wales .... 


325 


Otis .... 


326 


Heath .... 


327 


Hancock 


328 


Monterey 


329 


Windsor 


330 


Savoy .... 


331 


Washington . 



68 



69 



70 



71 



72 



73 



74 



60 48 16,240 



45 27 



39 24 

50 45 



27 23 



10,807 



10,714 
15,458 



8,086 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



167 



Systems 



(Grades I 


TO VI), Year 


ENDING June 30, 1950 








•s 


i 


0) 


EXPBNDITUHB FOR 


iJs'fl 




II 

s s 


S IS 


a 
s 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
GENERAL CONTROL 


9_ .S £ 


s 




-a 1 

— ja fl 


SI 


UI m 
Si =« 


<c 


B 


Per pup 

average 
members 
of eleme 
tary sch 


Expendil 
ries 01 
superv 
teache 


11 


<! 


<: 


<i 


< 


w 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



170 



180 



180 
175 



103 



60 



60 



63 
95 



178 46 56 



$15,855 28 $153 93 



12,866 99 



194 95 



10,913 82 173 24 
14,733 21 155 09 



12,960 12 231 43 



$9,783 60 $274 07 



7,265 18 



428 50 



6,200 00 181 33 
9,948 50 151 89 



5,545 10 57 77 



168 



P.D. 2. 
Gboup IV. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



282 Sunderland . 

283 West Stockbridge 

284 Berlin . 

285 Hampden 

286 Hubbardston 

287 Sherborn 

288 East Brookfield 

289 Whately 

290 Southampton 

291 Conway 

292 GiU . 

293 Halifax 

294 Brewster 

295 Royalston 

296 Paxton 

297 Boxford 

298 Bolton 

299 Carlisle 

300 Becket 

301 Leverett 

302 Granville 

303 Richmond 

304 Cummington 

305 Truro . 

306 Eastham 

307 Pelham 

308 Plympton 

309 Phillipston . 

310 Blandford . 

311 Worthington 

312 Egremont 

313 Dunstable 

314 Warwick 

315 New Braintree 

316 Mashpee 

317 Oakham 

318 Chesterfield . 

319 Florida 

320 Sandisfield . 

321 Westhampton 

322 Wendell 

323 Boxborough 

324 Wales . 

325 Otis . 

326 Heath . 

327 Hancock 

328 Monterey . 

329 Windsor 

330 Savoy . 

331 Washington . 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High Schools 



PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


<o 

1 
a 

a 


PUPILS ENROLLED 




TOWNS FULL TIME 


■u 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


fg 
< 



83 



84 



85 



86 



23 



12 



14 



12 



87 



6,240 



4,307 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continued 



169 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Year ending June 30, 1950 



.2 c! «r 

!* Q. O 
•^ o ^ »* 

II &s 



Sen 



expenditure for 
strppoBT, exclusive of 

GENERAL CONTROL 



• 0) ^ 






a> « I 



^1 



88 



89 



90 



180 



180 



35 



24 



36 



91 



92 



$9,161 96 



7,782 95 



$254 50 



311 32 



93 



94 



$4,925 00 $203 28 



5,030 98 



214 25 



170 



P.D. 2. 







Group IV. Towns of 


Less than 5,000 Population 












High School 






EXPENDITTJBE FOB TUITION 


AND 






HIGH SCHOOLS IN OTHER 






S|at 






c 














o 






TOWNS 


Resident pupils 
whom the to 
tuition in pul 
schools of oth 
or cities 


C 

o 
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o 




3 
o 
0. 

c 

1 

1 








122 


123 


124 


282 


Sunderland . 


31 


$6,507 


50 


$2,910 01 


283 


West Stockbridge . 


48 


5,216 


46 


4,180 


00 


284 


Berlin .... 


47 


4,709 


58 


1,210 


43 


285 


Hampden 


45 


10,148 


00 


5,549 


05 


286 


Hubbardston 


33 


7,127 


50 


3,093 


50 


287 


Sherborn 


40 


3,246 


32 


2,720 


00 


288 


East Brookfield 


44 


2,420 


90 


2,000 


00 


289 


Whately 


27 


4,994 


00 


3,509 


65 


290 


Southampton 


42 


3,244 


00 


3,654 


26 


291 


Conway 


45 


6,374 


14 


6,012 


25 


292 


Gill .... 


40 


7,. 594 


39 


3,036 


14 


293 


Halifax 


38 


5,998 


85 


3,145 


00 


294 


Brewster 


31 


7,962 


91 


3,365 


20 


295 


Royalston 


34 


6,302 


31 


3,239 


02 


296 


Paxton 


32 


5,640 


28 


2,466 


67 


297 


Boxford ... 


45 


9,136 


77 


2,940 


00 


298 


Bolton 


28 


3,148 


08 


976 


00 


299 


Carlisle 


36 


9,740 40 


3,554 


50 


300 


Becket 


30 


4,475 


95 


2,834 


00 


301 


Leverett 


26 


6,153 


50 


5,301 


90 


302 


Granville 


28 


2,691 


44 


4,042 


47 


303 


Richmond . 


33 


6,991 


81 


3,011 


11 


304 


Cummington 


13 


2,698 


25 


1,968 


00 


305 


Truro .... 


20 


1,680 


00 


3,060 


00 


306 


Eastham 


30 


7,422 


39 


2,255 


00 


307 


Pelham 


17 


4,867 


50 


696 


50 


308 


Plympton 


20 


4,196 


00 


2,550 


00 


309 


Phillipston . 


24 


3,957 


02 


1,520 


85 


310 


Blandfoid 


22 


7,777 


07 


4,175 


60 


311 


Worthington 


14 


2,178 


00 


1,891 


20 


312 


Egremont 


30 


6,461 


12 


1,672 


00 


313 


Dunstable . 


17 


1,656 


35 


4,118 


40 


314 


Warwick 


24 


3,592 


68 


3,992 


50 


315 


New Braintree 


22 


3,210 


30 


3,617 


00 


316 


Mashpee 


19 


2,617 


65 


1,562 


00 


317 


Oakham 


14 


1,841 


22 


2,201 


60 


318 


Chesterfield . 


13 


2,206 


12 


1,620 


80 


319 


Floiida 


30 


5,790 


33 


5,547 


00 


320 


Sandisfield . 


8 


1,203 


75 


3,511 


00 


321 


Westhampton 


17 


2,791 


21 


1,572 


50 


322 


Wendell 


3 


480 


00 


2,994 


00 


323 


Boxborough 


21 


3,333 


60 


2,000 


00 


324 


Wales .... 


14 


3,086 


63 


1,810 


00 


325 


Otis .... 


19 


3,032 


42 


3,673 


25 


326 


Heath .... 


25 


2,222 


52 


4,496 


00 


327 


Hancock 


17 


3,531 


42 


2,257 


24 


328 


Monterey 


8 


1,502 


40 


1,800 


00 


329 


Windsor 


16 


3,163 


34 


1,927 


90 


330 


Savoy .... 


16 


3,266 


82 


3,164 


00 


331 


Washington . 


11 


1,812 


98 


1,175 


85 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



171 



Education fob Ybab ending June 30, 1950 







o 






TRANSPORTATION TO PUBLIC 




X> 


NET COST TO TOWIf FOR HIGH 


TOWNS AND CITIES 




&=3' 


SCHOOL EDUCATION 








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126 



$9,417 51 


$303 79 


9,396 46 


195 76 


5,920 01 


125 96 


15,697 05 


348 82 


10,221 00 


309 73 


5,966 32" 


149 16 


4,420 90 


100 47 


8,603 65 


314 95 


6,898 26 


164 24 


12,386 39 


275 25 


10,630 53 


265 76 


9,143 85 


240 63 


11,328 11 


365 42 


9,541 33 


280 63 


8,106 95 


253 34 


12,076 77 


268 37 


4,124 08 


147 29 


13,294 90 


369 30 


7,309 95 


243 66 


11,455 40 


440 59 


6,733 91 


240 50 


10,002 92 


303 12 


4,666 25 


358 94 


4,740 00 


237 00 


9,677 39 


322 58 


5,564 COS 


327 29 


6,746 OOa 


337 30 


5,477 87 


228 24 


11,952 67 


543 30 


4,069 20 


290 66 


7,133 12 


237 27 


5,774 75 


339 69 


7,585 18 


316 05 


6,827 30 


310 33 


4,179 65 


219 98 


4,042 82 


288 77 


3,826 92 


294 38 


11,337 33 


377 91 


4,714 75 


589 34 


4,363 71 


256 69 


3,474 00 


1,158 00 


5,333 60 


253 98 


4,896 63 


349 76 


6,705 67 


352 93 


6,718 52 


268 74 


5,788 66 


340 51 


3,302 40 


412 80 


5,091 24 


318 20 


6,430 82 


401 93 


2,988 83 


271 71 



128 



129 



1 Also an expenditure of $90.70 for incidental expense in connection with the last graduation of high 
school. 

2 Also expended $4,895 for tuition and transportation of 20 junior high (grades 7, 8 and 9) pupils to ad- 
joining town. 

3 Also expended $4,471.14 for tuition and transportation of 24 junior high (grades 7, 8 and 9) pupils to 
adjoining town. 



172 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Peksons 5 to 16 Years 



towns 





5 TO 


7 Years 






7 TO 


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131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


282 Sunderland . 


27 


15 


_ 


_ 


12 


107 


283 West Stockbridge . 


31 


26 


- 


- 


5 


152 


284 Berlin .... 


34 


28 


6 


- 


- 


171 


285 Hampden . 


63 


35 


— 


- 


28 


213 


286 Hubbardston 


34 


24 


- 


- 


10 


155 


287 Sheiborn 


48 


29 


4 


_ 


15 


153 


288 East Brookfield 


34 


25 


- 


- 


9 


170 


289 Whately 


41 


32 


- 


- 


9 


124 


290 Southampton 


62 


34 


3 


— 


25 


182 


291 Conway 


28 


18 


- 


- 


10 


115 


292 Gill . 


43 


25 


_ 


_ 


18 


116 


293 Halifax 


52 


28 


- 


- 


24 


183 


294 Brewster 


32 


32 


- 


- 


- 


141 


295 Royalston . 


38 


23 


- 


— 


15 


165 


296 Paxton 


27 


16 


- 


- 


11 


110 


297 Boxford 


25 


19 


_ 


_ 


6 


141 


298 Bolton 


43 


29 


- 


- 


14 


129 


299 Carlisle 


44 


31 


1 


- 


12 


106 


300 Becket 


35 


30 


- 


1 


4 


113 


301 Leverett 


29 


19 


- 


- 


10 


111 


302 Granville 


26 


13 


_ 


_ 


13 


92 


303 Richmond 


23 


21 


- 


- 


2 


113 


304 Cummington 


20 


11 


- 


- 


9 


88 


305 Truro .... 


21 


18 


- 


- 


3 


80 


306 Eastham 


28 


19 


- 


- 


9 


95 


307 Pelham 


26 


18 


1 


- 


7 


75 


308 Plympton 


37 


27 


2 


- 


8 


101 


309 Phillipston . 


24 


14 


- 


- 


10 


135 


310 Blandford 


24 


9 


- 


1 


14 


81 


311 Worthington 


13 


8 


- 


- 


5 


57 


312 Egremont 


16 


9 


- 


- 


7 


79 


313 Dunstable 


26 


17 


2 


- 


7 


80 


314 Warwick 


20 


14 


- 


- 


6 


70 


315 New Braintree, 


12 


12 


— 


- 


- 


60 


316 Mashpee 


30 


14 


- 


- 


16 


70 


317 Oakham 


8 


8 


- 


- 


- 


60 


318 Chesterfield . 


12 


11 


- 


- 


1 


76 


319 Florida 


25 


17 


- 


- 


8 


87 


320 Sandisfield . 


10 


6 


— 


- 


4 


46 


321 Westhampton 


21 


19 


- 


- 


2 


64 


322 Wendell 


22 


15 


_ 


_ 


7 


68 


323 Boxborough 


22 


20 


- 


- 


2 


44 


324 Wales .... 


23 


15 


- 


— 


8 


74 


325 Otis .... 


24 


19 


— 


— 


5 


64 


326 Heath . . . 


15 


10 


- 


- 


5 


42 


327 Hancock 


29 


20 


_ 


- 


9 


71 


328 Monterey 


13 


11 


2 


- 


- 


31 


329 Windsor 


17 


15 


- 


- 


2 


56 


330 Savoy .... 


16 


12 


- 


- 


4 


51 


331 Washington . 


5 


3 


" 


~ 


2 


58 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



173 



OP Age, Oct. 1, 


1949 










Illiterate 

Minors, 16 to 21 

Years of Age 


16 Years 


o O 

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1 

h- 1 


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ill 


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is 


Receiving e 
tional certifi 
year ending 
31, 1949 


136 


137 


138 


J 39 


140 


141 


142 




143 



100 


1 


147 


2 


143 


24 


197 


7 


147 


- 


131 


21 


167 


_ 


117 


1 


168 


11 


114 


1 


110 


3 


180 


_ 


141 


- 


161 


- 


101 


7 


139 


2 


126 


2 


97 


7 


112 


- 


111 


- 



110 



79 


- 


95 


- 


70 


5 


98 


- 


135 


_ 


81 


- 


56 


- 


74 


5 


74 


5 


70 


_ 


58 


- 


70 


- 


64 


_ 


74 


- 


87 


- 


44 


2 


53 


6 


65 


_ 


43 


- 


71 


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42 


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70 


1 


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2 


53 


- 


50 


1 


56 


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174 



P.D. 2, 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membership in Public Dat 









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145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


282 


Sunderland . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


18 


21 


8 


17 


11 


283 


West Stockbridge . 


. 


- 




_ 


21 


23 


17 


16 


21 


284 


Berlin 


- 


- 




_ 


27 


21 


21 


19 


16 


285 


Hampden 


_ 


- 




_ 


35 


18 


22 


30 


30 


286 


Hubbardston 


• 


- 




- 


22 


16 


23 


20 


20 


287 


Sherborn 


. 


_ 




_ 


22 


22 


18 


22 


13 


288 


East Brookfield . 


- 


- 




_ 


24 


24 


32 


17 


16 


289 


Whately 


. 


- 




_ 


20 


24 


19 


11 


17 


290 


Southampton 


- 


- 




_ 


37 


25 


21 


21 


20 


291 


Conway 


• 


- 




- 


15 


15 


16 


14 


12 


292 


Gill . 


. 


_ 




_ 


20 


13 


18 


12 


9 


293 


Halifax 


_ 


- 




_ 


26 


27 


34 


24 


23 


294 


Brewster 


_ 


- 




_ 


21 


18 


18 


14 


15 


295 


Royalston . 


_ 


- 




- 


35 


26 


20 


24 


13 


296 


Paxton 


• 


- 




- 


17 


19 


14 


15 


14 


297 


Boxford 


. 


_ 




_ 


19 


21 


18 


12 


11 


298 


Bolton 


_ 


- 




_ 


- 










299 


Carlisle 


_ 


- 




_ 


17 


16 


14 


15 


10 


300 


Becket 


_ 


- 




_ 


28 


15 


13 


13 


12 


301 


Leverett 


• 


- 




- 


17 


15 


17 


15 


13 


302 


Granville 


_ 


_ 




_ 


9 


10 


14 


13 


4 


303 


Richmond . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


16 


21 


16 


16 


13 


304 


Cummington 


_ 


- 




_ 












305 


Truro 


_ 


- 




_ 


6 


16 


6 


12 


10 


306 


Eastham 


■ 


- 




- 


17 


17 


7 


15 


11 


307 


Pelham 


. 


_ 




_ 


_ 




_ 






308 


Plympton 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


309 


Phillipston . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


16 


19 


17 


19 


8 


310 


Blandford . 


_ 


— 




_ 


14 


8 


14 


10 


10 


311 


Worthington 


• 


- 




- 


10 


6 


8 


4 


4 


312 


Egremont . 


, 


_ 




_ 


5 


15 


11 


5 


12 


313 


Dunstable . 


_ 


— 




_ 


14 


13 


13 


8 


11 


314 


Warwick 


_ 


_ 




4 


12 


5 


9 


5 


6 


315 


New Braintree 


_ 


_ 
















316 


Mashpee 


- 


- 




- 


13 


14 


4 


14 


5 


317 


Oakham 


_ 


_ 




_ 


8 


14 


6 


11 


7 


318 


Chesterfield 


_ 


_ 




_ 


11 


10 


12 


6 


8 


319 


Florida 


_ 


— 




3 


10 


13 


17 


13 


7 


320 


Sandisfield . 


_ 


_ 






7 


11 


5 


5 


3 


321 


Westhampton 


• 


- 




- 


14 


8 


8 


5 


4 


322 


Wendell 


, 


_ 




_ 


15 


9 


9 


8 


12 


323 


Boxborough 


_ 


- 




_ 


12 


12 


6 


8 


2 


324 


Wales 


_ 


_ 




_ 


13 


17 


9 


13 


9 


325 


Otis . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


16 


9 


13 


11 


4 


326 


Heath . 


• 


- 




- 


5 


8 


9 


7 


5 


327 


Hancock 


_ 


_ 




_ 


14 


13 


14 


3 


13 


328 


Monterey 


_ 


_ 




_ 


6 


6 


4 


4 


3 


329 


Windsor 


_ 


_ 




_ 


15 


5 


11 


3 


9 


330 


Savoy 


_ 


_ 




_ 


9 


10 


5 


3 


8 


331 


Washington . 


■ 


- 




- 


2 


8 


6 


6 


4 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



175 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 



(GbADES I TO 


VIII) 






High Schools (Foub Ybabs) 




















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13 




_ 


167 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


167 


10 


10 


19 


_ 


125 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


125 


23 


17 


6 


- 


164 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


164 


15 


8 


15 


- 


117 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


117 


5 


- 


- 


- 


86 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


86 


12 


8 


15 


I 


107 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


107 


13 


17 


11 


_ 


122 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


122 


16 


12 


13 


- 


118 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


118 


15 


9 


9 


_ 


83 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


83 


12 


13 


7 


- 


114 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


114 


7 


12 


14 


_ 


83 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


83 


11 


7 


12 


~ 


97 


" 


~ 


' 


~ 


~ 


" 


97 


14 


13 


16 


- 


122 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


122 


10 


6 


9 


- 


81 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81 


6 


12 


5 


- 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 


6 


12 


7 


_ 


73 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


73 


9 


5 


9 


- 


82 


- 


— 


— 


- 


- 


— 


82 


10 


10 


8 


- 


69 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


69 


6 


10 


6 


- 


72 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


72 


9 


4 


3 


_ 


62 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


62 


15 


16 


6 


_ 


84 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


84 


8 


9 


8 


- 


88 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


88 


5 


7 


1 


- 


44 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


44 


12 


8 


7 


- 


66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


66 


4 


6 


6 


_ 


69 






• _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


69 


4 


5 


7 


_ 


56 




_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


56 


6 


6 


8 


- 


81 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81 


5 


11 


6 


- 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


75 


6 


7 


7 


- 


54 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


54 


7 


3 


6 


_ 


73 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


73 


10 


2 


4 


- 


39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


39 


8 


8 


5 


_ 


64 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


64 


7 


6 


7 


- 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


55 


6 


4 


6 


~ 


42 


~ 


"■ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


42 



176 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



6-3-3 



Membership in Public Dat 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (OKADBS I TO Vl) 



4) C o! 



o 



o 



282 Sunderland . 

283 West Stockbridge 

284 Berlin . 

285 Hampden 

286 Hubbardston 

287 Sherborn 

288 East Biookfield 

289 Whately 

290 Southampton 

291 Conway 

292 Gill 

293 Halifax 

294 Brewster 
295. Royalston 

296 Paxton 

297 Boxford 

298 Bolton 

299 Cai lisle 

300 Becket 

301 Leverett 

302 Granville 

303 Richmond 

304 Cummington 

305 Truro . 

306 Eastham 

307 Pelham 

308 Plympton 

309 PhilUpston . 

310 Blandford 

311 Worthington 

312 Egremont 

313 Dunstable 

314 Warwick 

316 New Braintree 

316 Mashpee 

317 Oakham 

318 Chesterfield . 

319 Florida 

320 Sandisfield . 

321 Westhampton 



322 Wendell 

323 Boxborough 

324 Wales . 

325 Otis 

326 Heath . 

327 Hancock 

328 Monterey 

329 Windsor 

330 Savoy . 

331 Washington 



164 



165 



166 



167 



168 



169 



170 



28 22 



20 15 



12 14 



15 



16 10 8 13 5 
29 21 14 9 14 



11 10 



Pt, II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



177 



Systems 



Schools 


BY Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 
















JUNIOR HIOH SCHOOLS 






SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 










(grades VII TO IX) 






(GRADES X TO XII) 










u, u 






•o 










° Sj3 






13 
















" « 




■3 










^ c« f? rt 






to 


"rt 


rade 
first 
junior 

rade 8 
junior 

rade 9 
junior 


15 




del 

del 

de 1 
radu 




d 




"S 


o 




2 2 go.'* 


o 

H 


c 


O 


H 


O O O 


H 


O 


o o o 






172 



173 



174 



175 



177 



8 108 



12 71 



10 62 

7 94 



178 



179 



180 



181 



182 



13 15 9 37 



24 



183 



145 



62 
94 



51 



» 20 pupils attend Amherst Junior High School, Grades 7, 8, 9. 
» 22 pupils attend Plymouth Junior High School, Grades 7, 8, 9. 



178 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTART SCHOOLS 





TOWNS 








GRADUATE OF 












TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL WITH 








NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






^'^^ 


03 




_>. 




^ 


>>° 






O 




With 
diplom 
(3 or 4 
years) 




"S 

O 

u 

>> 


if 


si 

CO 


IS o 
T3 O 

o 2 






184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


282 


Sunderland . 


4 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


283 


West Stockbridge 


2 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


284 


Berlin 


1 


2 


- 


1 


— 


— 


- 


2 


285 


Hampden . 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


— 


- 


1 


286 


Hubbardstion 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


287 


Sherborn 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


288 


East Brookfield 


2 


1 


- 


3 


— 


— 


- 


— 


289 


Whately 


1 


3 


1 


- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


290 


Southampton 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


291 


Conway 


2 


1 


1 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


292 


Gill . 


_ 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


293 


Halifax 


1 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


— 


294 


Brewster 


1 


- 


2 


3 


- 


- 


- 


— 


295 


Royalston . 


- 


3 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


296 


Paxton 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


"* 


297 


Boxford 


_ 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


298 


Bolton 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


299 


CarUsle 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


300 


Becket 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


301 


Leverett 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


302 


Granville 


1 


_ 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


303 


Richmond . 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


304 


Cummington 


— 


1 


— 


1 


- 


- 




1 


305 


Truro 


— 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


306 


Eastham 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


307 


Pelham 


1 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


308 


Plympton . 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


309 


Phillipston . 


1 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


310 


Blandford . 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


311 


Worthington 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


312 


Egremont . 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


313 


Dunstable . 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


— 


- 


- 


314 


Warwick 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


315 


New Braintree 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


316 


Mashpee 


- 


- 


1 


2 


~ 


- 


1 


■~ 


317 


Oakham 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


318 


Chesterfield 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


319 


Florida 


- 


3 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


320 


Sandisfield . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


321 


Westhampton 


1 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


1 


~ 


~ 


322 


Wendell 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


323 


Boxborough 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


324 


Wales 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


"" 


325 


Otis . 


- 


- 


— 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


326 


Heath. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


~ 


~ 


327 


Hancock 


1 


_ 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


328 


Monterey . 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


329 


Windsor 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


— 


~ 


~ 


330 


Savoy 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1 


331 


Washington . 


~ 


1 




2 











Pt. 11. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



179 



Continued 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1950 





junior high schools 


"o 






Graduate op 






J 


o 




















-o-S 






TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL with 






of. 






CIS a 

^§ 


3 
o 
H 




normal school 


PROFESSIONAL 


training for 


QQ 




<B " 

o m 






With 

diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


a 
o 


2 years 
only 

3 years 

or more 


3 


192 


193 

5 
5 
6 
6 
5 

6 
6 
5 

4 
4 

5 


194 


195 196 197 


198 


199 200 


201 


202 


203 


- 


6 
6 
5 
5 

4 

4 
4 
4 
5 

5 
4 
3 

4 
4 

3 
4 
4 
3 
3 

2 
4 
3 

2 
4 

2 
3 
5 
2 
3 


2 
1 


1 




- - 




- 




- 


2 
2 


- 


- 


_ _ _ 
_ _ _ 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
2 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


2 
3 
3 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




- 


- 



180 



P.D. 2. 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



FuiiL Time Principals and Teachers, classified according to Training, 
HIGH schools 

GRADUATE OP 



TOWNS 



teachers college or 

NORMAL school 









SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 



i>>° 



204 



282 Sunderland . 

283 West Stockbridge 

284 Berlin 

285 Hampden 

286 Hubbardston 

287 Sherborn . 

288 East Brookfield 

289 Whately 

290 Southampton 

291 Conway 

292 Gill 

293 Halifax 

294 Brewster 

295 Royalston . 

296 Paxton 

297 Boxford 

298 Bolton 

299 Carlisle 

300 Becket 

301 Leverett 

302 Granville 

303 Richmond . 

304 Cummington 

305 Truro 

306 Eastham 

307 Pelham 

308 Plympton . 

309 Phillipston . 

310 Blandford . 

311 Worthington 

312 Egremont . 

313 Dunstable . 

314 Warwick 

315 New Braintree 

316 Mashpee 

317 Oakham 

318 Chesterfield 

319 Florida 

320 Sandisfield . 

321 Westhampton 

322 WendeU 

323 Boxborough 

324 Wales 

325 Otis . 

326 Heath . 

327 Hancock 

328 Monterey . 

329 Windsor 

330 Savoy 

331 Washington. 



207 



Pt. IL 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



181 



• Continued 



Jan. 1, 


1950 




School Buildings 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 


n 




Btjildings 

USED FOB 








1 
o " 

2^ 


1 


1 

o 




a M 


?^a 

«a o 

o2 

m "" 

IS 

■go 


3 

o 


Jo, 


fi» -a 

1-s m 


gt= 


Total 

Valitation 

OF 

School 
Property 


212 


213 


214 


215 216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 222 


222a 


223 


- 


- 


1 


1 1 


- 


- 


1 

1 
3 

1 
1 


1 
1 
3 
1 
1 


- 


- 


$41,000 00 

176,000 00 

8,150 00 

86,400 00 

77,000 00 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 




2 
1 
2 
1 
1 


2 
1 
2 
1 

1 


- - 


- 


63,000 00 
56,500 00 
70,000 00 
163,000 00 
37,000 00 


- 


- 


1 
1 


1 1 
2 


- 


1 


3 
1 

1 
3 
1 


3 
1 

1 
3 

1 


- - 


- 


41,500 00 
35,511 00 
90,000 00 
53,600 00 
48,000 00 


- 


- 


3 


2 
1 

1 


1 
1 
1 


- 


2 
2 
1 
1 
4 


2 
1 
1 
1 
4 


1 


- 


115,000 00 
55,200 00 
34,300 00 
45,500 00 

137,816 74 




- 


_ 


1 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 


- 


2 
1 
1 
1 

1 


2 

1 

1 
1 


- 


1 


110,000 00 
31,500 00 
18,800 00 
24,000 00 

110,000 00 


- 


- 


1 


2 

1 


1 
1 


- 


2 
1 

1 
1 

1 


2 
1 

1 
1 
1 


- 


- 


24,420 00 
53,250 00 
65,900 00 
39,800 00 
30,000 00 


- 


- 


2 


1 1 


1 
1 


1 


2 

1 
2 
1 
1 


2 
1 
2 
1 
1 


- - 


- 


9,800 00 
16,700 00 
22,200 00 
18,500 00 
62,500 00 


- 


- 


4 


1 

1 

1 
1 

1 


- 


- 


1 
1 
5 
1 

1 


1 
1 
5 

1 
1 


- 


- 


13,850 00 
65,600 00 
18,300 00 
58,300 00 
7,000 00 


- 


- 


1 


1 

1 

1 
1 


- 


1 


1 

1 
1 
1 
2 


1 
1 
1 

1 


1 


1 


10,300 00 
173,000 00 

11,900 00 
100,722 57 

17.400 00 


- 


- 


2 
2 

3 


1 

1 
1 


- 


- 


3 
2 
1 
3 
1 


3 
2 
1 
3 
1 


- 


- 


8,075 00 

22,500 00 

22,500 00 

7,000 00 

2,700 00 



182 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 











Teaching Staff in All Public Day 






2 




Schools - 


— Kindergarten, Elementary. 






3 


(3 


Junior High 


, High - 


- Jan. 1, 1950 












part 




TOWNS 








FULL time 




time 












E 








s 




00 






mM 






ts 






u 






C 






_o 


§ 


-i 


a 


£ 




$i 






«o 


"43 a, 


0, 


'> 













•75 ^ 


o3 ~f< 


■3 


ij 


J3 








|2 








s 


1 


§•0! 






(1^ 


> 


P^ 


03 


H 


H 


03 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


332 


Plainfield . 


264 


$406,835 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


333 


Leyden 


260 


340,284 


- 


- 


3 


3 


3 


334 


West Tisbury 


260 


961,305 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


335 


Hawley 


257 


326,218 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 


336 


HoUand 


247 


612,705 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


337 


Goshen 


237 


504,720 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


2 


338 


Rowe . 


233 


749,939 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


339 


Chilmark . 


226 


1,042,170 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


340 


Tyringham . 


213 


578,280 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


341 


Monroe 


207 


716,721 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


342 


Middlefield . 


201 


392,070 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


343 


Alford 


201 


457,459 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


344 


Shutesbury . 


191 


480,410 


- 


- 


2 


2 


3 


345 


Montgomery 


178 


307,173 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


346 


Peru . 


142 


356,445 


- 


- 


1 


1 


3 


347 


Gosnold 


136 


1,273,690 


- 


- 


1 


1 


_ 


348 


Tolland 


129 


458,735 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


349 


Gay Head . 


127 


274,660 


- 


— 


1 


1 


1 


350 


New Ashford 


87 


149,314 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


57 


309,276 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




142,112 


$244,048,957 


15 


9 


837 


861 


224 




Total State 


. 4,316,721 


$7,103,587,236 


930 


720 


23,194 


24,844 


758 



Itemized Expenditures for Support of All Public 









"Stj 








TOWNS 








li 











-3 

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o 






16 


17 


18 


19 


332 


Plainfield . 


Sl,331 79 


$3,108 00 


S127 60 


$226 38 


3SS 




898 29 


6,483 00 


284 80 


169 44 


334 


West Tisbury 


762 79 


2,516 70 


36 28 


148 77 


335 


Hawley 
Holland 


846 39 


4,499 50 


179 19 


315 62 


336 


1,044 50 


4,620 00 


126 05 


244 22 


337 




1,222 08 


4,813 50 


175 53 


288 58 


3^8 




532 09 


2,495 00 


541 18 


218 49 


3S9 




503 06 


2,516 70 


75 58 


62 64 


^in 


Tyringham . 


831 94 


2,312 00 


397 12 


75 52 


341 


Monroe 


1,298 94 


4,410 00 


86 15 


295 14 


342 


Middlefield . 


1,165 47 


6,565 00 


183 51 


243 97 


343 


Alford 


742 48 


2,432 75 


65 60 


170 87 


^44 


Shutesbury . 


969 44 


4,209 00 


134 51 


266 87 


345 
346 


Montgomery 
Peru . 


926 32 
1,076 82 


2,792 50 
2,475 98 


18 13 
233 56 


110 94 
240 94 


347 




777 01 


3,000 00 


63 00 


63 30 


348 


Tolland 


745 45 


4,100 00 


75 43 


100 76 


349 




382 03 


2,586 60 


136 55 


80 48 


3.50 


New Ashford 


334 77 


1,890 00 


44 76 


71 61 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


702 96 


- 


~ 






$260,746 82 


$2,256,843 61 


$75,668 29 


$108,166 18 




The State 


$4,757,204 38 


$83,883,160 76 


$1,474,306 79 


$4,070,709 67 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



183 



Pupn,8 IN 


All Public Dat Schools 


— Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, 


0, 








High — 


Year ending June 30, 


1950 




12 

a 
.a 

a 
a 






J. 


i 






m the 

uition 

than 

I year 




1 


■a 
1 


1 


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11 


0. 

3 


who 

aid t 

less 

choo 


2 la's 


tm 


M 


g 
1 


II 




d 
S & 




upila for 
town p 
for not 
half of E 


on-resid 
attende 
than ha 
year 


> 


3 
o 


h 


< 


< 


< 


< 


Ph 


^ 


^ 




8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 




15 


23 


4,046 


23 


173 


25 


6 


- 




31 


59 


9,267 


54 


172 


58 


13 


- 




71 


23 


3,036 


16 


180 


18 


32 


- 




50 


48 


6,372 


38 


168 


41 


6 


4 




43 


55 


8,763 


53 


164 


55 


17 


3 




69 


47 


7,580 


43 


173 


46 


21 


4 




63 


18 


2,526 


13 


172 


15 


8 


- 




23 


17 


3,047 


16 


180 


18 


7 


— 




25 


26 


4,184 


23 


179 


25 


21 


2 




44 


33 


4,832 


28 


174 


29 


9 


1 




37 


43 


6,296 


36 


175 


38 


15 


3 




50 


23 


3,735 


21 


174 


23 


10 


- 




33 


30 


4,749 


27 


173 


28 


12 


- 




40 


19 


2,964 


18 


167 


20 


6 


- 




26 


24 


2,349 


15 


162 


16 


29 


- 




45 


11 


1,116 


6 


174 


7 


8 


_ 




15 


13 


1,764 


10 


173 


11 


5 


- 




16 


12 


1,527 


8 


180 


10 


6 


- 




16 


14 


2,191 


12 


173 


14 


3 


- 




17 


23,153 


3,642,226 


21,030 


173 


22,519 


5,869 


484 


27,904 


613,125 


97,626,054 


547,745 


178 


588,367 


6,825 


11,128 


584,064 



Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation — Year ending Jutjh 30, 1950 



m 


d 

a 




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1-S 




3 


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o 


■i 

o 


d o 

Is 

H 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


$1,117 58 


S350 00 


- 


$24 50 


$2,333 00 


$699 20 


455 53 


70 55 


— 


150 00 


2,559 80 


2,269 80 


862 98 


697 57 


_ 


120 75 


990 60 


2,059 90 


331 15 


182 81 


— 


114 31 


3,190 00 


834 82 


1,011 01 


324 93 


- 


95 00 


830 00 


1,503 60 


1,424 36 


226 79 


_ 


25 00 


2,687 50 


2,208 40 


718 97 


141 48 


— 


62 50 


2,576 50 


1,722 00 


706 82 


- 


— 


93 30 


1,790 00 


1,810 00 


597 87 


315 85 


_ 


140 00 


389 20 


2,423 50 


- 


54 87 


- 


114 38 


1,275 00 


2,383 00 


251 22 


628 53 


$6 00 


154 27 


3,133 50 


2,141 05 


353 92 


24 60 


- 


162 74 


2,000 00 


1,600 00 


385 90 


446 96 


45 96 


160 71 


1,486 50 


3,060 50 


66 00 


4 50 


— 


163 52 


876 81 


1,237 00 


621 52 


58 71 


- 


41 26 


329 20 


4,434 90 


550 68 


682 51 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,287 00 


1,194 44 


167 28 


_ 


120 00 


1,989 50 


2,443 50 


326 00 


6 60 


— 


93 30 


- 


1,253 00 


251 09 


67 08 


_ 


55 75 


257 00 


1,393 00 


23 60 


- 


- 


- 


- 


635 00 


8479,726 60 


$157,933 22 


$2,532 79 


$64,362 12 


$428,192 21 


$439,143 27 


914,058,600 80 


$6,682,802 10 


S122,786 68 


$1,904,114 95 


$2,816,200 46 


$459,214 37 



184 



P.D. 2, 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 





Itemized Expenditure 


FOR 


Support of All 






Public Schools — 


Day 


, Evening. 


Vacation 


Expenditure 




— Year ending 


June 30, 


1950 


— Con. 


ENDING June 














-a h 












^ 
































TOWNS 






3 

s 

e 




Q. 

a 

3 






o 








"a 


III 




•g 












H 




2 




H 


IS 







26 


27 


28 


29 


332 


Plainfield 


$914 78 


$359 00 


$10,590 93 




333 


Leyden 


2,557 20 


146 14 


16,044 55 


$1,000 00 


334 


West Tisbury 


4,183 70 


— 


12,380 04 




336 


Hawley 


882 50 


— 


11,376 29 


_ 


336 


Holland 


3,377 38 


9 56 


13,186 25 


- 


337 


Goshen 


3,695 87 


414 35 


17,181 96 


_ 


338 


Rowe . 


1,957 90 


27 02 


10,993 13 


_ 


339 


Chilmark 


1,211 20 


- 


8,769 30 


_ 


34U 


Tyringham . 


2,193 76 


9 75 


9,686 51 


_ 


341 


Monroe 


1,588 00 


34 00 


11,539 48 


- 


342 


Middlefield . 


2,045 76 


110 00 


16,628 28 


_ 


343 


Alford 


1,559 92 


- 


9,112 88 


_ 


344 


Shutesbury . 


1,832 50 


18 96 


13,017 81 


69,828 35 


345 


Montgomery 


820 47 


10 00 


7,026 19 


247 45 


346 


Peru . 


4,092 84 


41 92 


13,647 65 


1.864 49 


347 


Gosnold 


1,280 53 


_ 


9,704 03 


_ 


348 


Tolland 


734 75 


16 44 


11,687 55 


_ 


349 


Gay Head . 


781 40 


- 


5,645 96 


_ 


3.50 


New Ashford 


829 20 


16 00 


5,210 26 


- 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


• 


- 


1,361 56 


- 




.$1,053,295 56 


$84,950 45 


$5,411,561 12 


$1,147,920 17 




State 


.$1,225,548 45 


$1,763,453 40 


$123,218,102 81 


$10,996,510 75 



EXPENDITUBB FOR SUPPORT OP AlL PubLIC 

Year ending 



TOWNS 











FROM 


STATE 




FROM 


LOCAL TAXATION 






BEIMBURSEMENT (iNCLUDINO 
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 




e o 








C « 






^ 1 




> 




°S i 


> 
















O 
1 


0,« <D 
3 >.D 


e 


a 


e 


3 i>J2 


.2 ft 


Per p 

net a 
mem 
ship 


e 


o 


3 

o 

a 


Per p 

net a 
mem 
ship 





332 Plainfield 

333 Leyden 

334 West Tisbury 

335 Hawley 

336 HoUand 

337 Goshen 

338 Rowe . 

339 Chilmark 

340 Tyringham . 

341 Monroe 

342 Middlefield . 

343 Alford 

344 Shutesbury . 

345 Montgomery 

346 Peru . 

347 Gosnold 

348 Tolland 

349 Gay Head . 

350 New Ashford 

351 Mt. Washington 

Total 
State 



38 




39 




40 


41 




42 


43 


$5,132 


96 


$165 


58 


25 


$4,768 43 


$153 


82 


12 


6,145 


13 


86 


55 


103 


8,470 


29 


119 


30 


26 


8,735 


99 


174 


72 


21 


3,701 


08 


74 


02 


48 


3,222 


24 


74 


93 


113 


8,067 


38 


187 


61 


7 


5,242 


31 


75 


98 


110 


6,041 


02 


87 


55 


41 


6,861 


44 


108 


91 


65 


9,868 


97 


156 


65 


11 


4,377 


93 


190 


34 


16 


5,733 


89 


249 


30 


2 


6,519 


OS 


260 


76 


3 


3,791 


04 


151 


64 


14 


5,824 


94 


132 


39 


40 


3,105 


86 


70 


59 


51 


6,672 


41 


180 


34 


18 


3,804 


37 


102 


82 


34 


4,694 


89 


93 


90 


90 


9,773 


88 


195 


48 


6 


4,280 


11 


129 


70 


41 


4,387 


84 


132 


96 


22 


4,184 


23 


104 


61 


70 


7,953 


87 


198 


85 


o 


4,115 


75 


158 


30 


27 


2,589 


52 


99 


60 


35 


7,820 


89 


173 


80 


22 


7,573 


48 


168 


30 


9 


6,310 


07 


420 


6S 


1 


3,055 


23 


203 


68 


4 


5,412 


60 


338 


29 


2 


6,318 


28 


394 


89 


1 


3,251 


17 


203 


20 


10 


2,245 


76 


140 


36 


18 


1,641 


07 


96 


53 


82 


3,569 


19 


209 


95 


3 


450 


57 




- 


- 


456 


71 






- 


$3,446,013 23 


$123 50 


- 


$1,611,809 07 


$57 76 


- 


$98,843,814 23 


$169 23 


- 


$17,297,917 53 


$29 62 


- 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS • 



185 



Continued 



FOR Otjtlat. Year 




Valuation op 


Expenditures for 






30 


1950 




1949 PER Pupil 


School Support from 


Rate of 


Total Tas 








IN Net Average 
Membership, 


Local Taxation. 
Year ending Dec. 31, 


PER $1,000 
Valuation. 1949 














Year ending Junk 


1949, per $1,000 Val- 








1 


^ 


30, 1950 


uation 








1 


3 
O 


> 


> 




> 




3 


s 


■^ fl a 


■S CO. 


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S ■" 3 


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— a 




« 








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1 


1 


a So 


a Jo 


a 


J5 




^ 


H 


<! rt 


< tf 


< 


Ph 




30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 




8345 62 


$345 62 


$13,124 25 


$12 64 84 


$50 00 


25 




101 71 


1,101 71 


4,793 106 


18 07 25 


54 00 


16 






_ 


19,226 12 


9 09 105 


22 00 


115 




_ 


_ 


7,586 58 


9 88 101 


35 00 


88 




120 95 


120 95 


8,880 47 


8 57 110 


30 00 


102 




38 67 


38 67 


8,011 52 


13 61 70 


39 00 


71 




_ 


_ 


32,606 3 


5 85 118 


58 00 


9 




_ 


_ 


41,687 2 


6 26 115 


18 00 


119 




158 79 


158 79 


13,143 23 


10 08 99 


33 00 


95 




235 71 


235 71 


19,371 11 


9 32 104 


29 00 


108 




_ 


_ 


7,841 55 


11 98 86 


50 00 


24 




_ 


_ 


13,862 19 


9 37 103 


35 00 


85 




827 12 


70,655 47 


12,010 27 


8 72 107 


30 00 


104 




_ 


247 45 


11,814 28 


13 41 78 


27 00 


111 




874 48 


2,738 97 


7,921 53 


21 97 7 


44 00 


43 




_ 


_ 


84,913 1 


4 96 119 


19 00 


117 




21 15 


21 15 


28,671 4 


11 82 89 


38 00 


78 




- 


- 


17,166 16 


11 87 88 


40 00 


62 




_ 


_ 


8,783 48 


11 01 95 


26 00 


112 




- 


- 




- 


30 00 


103 




$129,628 95 


$1,277,549 12 


$8,746 


$14 12 


- 


- 




$1,228,011 52 $12,224,522 27 


$12,162 


$13 91 


- 


- 



Day Schools - 


— Classified as to Source, 










Amount paid to Town 


Dec. 31, 1949 














FROM — 




(_ 


t, 












o a 


C8< ^ 


tS**-" 














t- o 


.SSo 




o 


from all sources 




d Poco 


C-'^^^ 


J2 9 














P^^lN 




£ o s 


a 

£ 

a g 












School Fund 
of Gen. la 
(C. 643, 19 
November 
1949 




Amount 
Per nunil in 


average 
member- 
ship 

Per pupil in 


net average 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 
Group IV in 


to 

u 

aa 
lal 


School Trai 
tion C. 7 
(C. 679, 1 
Novembei 
1949 


44 


45 


46 


47^ 




47B 


48 


49 


50 


$111 20 




$10,012 59 


$400 50 


$322 99 


8 


$1,532 77 


$2,849 00 




_ 


14,615 42 


251 


99 


205 85 


58 


5,139 70 


3,133 35 


_ 


_ 


12,437 07 


690 


95 


248 74 


30 


218 75 


3,289 00 


254 60 


_ 


11,544 22 


281 


57 


268 47 


20 


3,542 28 


4,267 30 


311 04 


- 


11,594 37 


210 


81 


168 03 


90 


3,884 56 


1,965 00 


23 22 


_ 


16,753 63 


364 


21 


265 93 


22 


5,320 90 


4,161 40 




_ 


10,111 82 


674 


12 


439 64 


3 


1,381 96 


4,223 05 


_ 


_ 


10,310 12 


572 


78 


412 40 


4 


209 37 


3,485 00 


_ 


$149 64 


9,080 44 


363 


22 


206 37 


57 


290 02 


2,551 85 


- 


560 00 


11,036 78 


380 


58 


298 29 


13 


350 00 


3,067 70 


716 23 


_ 


15,185 00 


399 


61 


303 70 


11 


4,492 52 


4,987 85 


66 56 


_ 


8,734 51 


379 


76 


264 68 


24 


992 34 


3,169 00 




_ 


12,138 10 


433 


50 


303 45 


12 


3,775 03 


3,985 50 


_ 


_ 


6,705 27 


335 


26 


257 90 


26 


771 19 


1,625 00 


- 


- 


15,394 37 


962 


15 


342 10 


6 


3,426 30 


3,856 72 


_ 


_ 


9,365 30 


1 ,337 


90 


624 35 


2 


200 00 


2,700 00 


_ 


_ 


11,730 88 


1,066 


44 


733 18 


1 


1,628 95 


4,496 00 


_ 


_ 


5,496 93 


549 


69 


343 56 


o 


967 09 


1,182 00 


_ 


_ 


5,210 26 


372 


16 


306 49 


10 


2,111 85 


1,380 00 


- 


- 


907 28 




- 


- 


- 


20 00 


243 40 


$52,310 55 


$106,463 75 


$5,216,596 60 


$231 


65 


$186 95 


- 


$916,655 69 $651,232 87 


$485,792 47 $2,474,030 40 


$119,101,554 63 


$202 44 


$203 94 


- 


$15,717,078 07$1,485,070 86 



186 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 







Ybab Grades 


IN 


Public Day Elementary Schools, 






C3 








TEACHERS 








o 


i 


o 




FULL TIME 






TOWNS 


>. 




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M 



















ja 


3 




a 


a 




























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c 

'5 


g 


E 

o 


g 1 


1 -s 






W 


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§ 


^ 


S ^ 


« o 






51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 57 


58 59 


332 


Plainfield 


. 8 


_ 


_ 




_ 


1 


14 9 


333 


Leyden 


. 8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


3 


35 24 


334 


West Tisbury 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


13 10 


335 


Hawley 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


35 13 


336 


Holland 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


33 22 


337 


Goshen 


. 8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


24 23 


338 


Rowe . 


. 8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


11 7 


339 


Chilmark 


. 5 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


1 


11 6 


340 


Tyringham . 


. 5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


19 7 


341 


Monroe 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 1 


16 17 


342 


Middlefield . 


. 8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 2 


19 24 


343 


Alford 


. 7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


8 15 


344 


Shutesbury . 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


16 14 


346 


Montgomery 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10 9 


346 


Peru . . . 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10 14 


347 


Gosnold 


. 8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 8 


348 


ToUand 


. 8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


2 


8 5 


349 


Gay Head 


. 5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


8 4 


350 


New Ashford 


. 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6 8 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


■ - 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. - 


- 


- 


5 


2 


60 522 


8,384 7,520 




State 


. 


- 


- 


128 


71 


548 5,344 


83,133 76,036 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Sceoolb 



TOWNS 



PRINCIPALS 


TEACHERS 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


i 




FULL TIME 


a 


Men 
Women 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


< 







68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


332 


Plainfield 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


333 


Leyden 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


334 


West Tisbury 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


335 


Hawley 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


336 


Holland 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


337 


Goshen 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


338 


Rowe . 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


339 


Chilmark 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


340 


Tyringham . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




341 


Monroe 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




342 


Middlefield . 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


343 


Alford 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


344 


Shutesbury . 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


345 


Montgomery 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


346 


Peru . 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


347 


Gosnold 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


- 




348 


Tolland 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


^ 


- 


349 


Gay Head . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


350 


New Ashford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




3 


- 


5 


187 


2,959 


2,689 


905,056 




State 


152 


243 


329 


7,713 


125,308 


115,846 


38,249,970 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



187 



(Grades I to 


Vlll), Year 


ENDING 


June 30, 1950 










•a 


51 


T) 










Si 


- 


1 


■% 


(U 


3 


EXPENDITITRB FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 




u 


03 






GENERAL 


CONTROL 




(_l 


O 


S3 

h 




X! 

i 

a 








s " S 
-S.S 


o 






pil in 

mem- 

of 

iry 


3 


bH (p 
V o 




to (D 






O 

a 




•9 ft E 
do 

<u. m 

&0-? 


11 


< 


■< 


<; 


il 




<j 


Pi «^ « S 


W 


« 



60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 




67 


4,046 


173 


23 


25 


$8,437 90 


$337 


52 


$3,108 00 


$126 70 


9,267 


172 


54 


58 


10,319 


26 


177 


92 


6,483 


00 


284 80 


3,036 


180 


16 


18 


9,385 


60 


521 


42 


2,516 


70 


36 28 


6,372 


168 


38 


41 


8,837 


00 


215 


54 


4,499 


50 


179 19 


8,763 


164 


53 


55 


7,353 


77 


133 


70 


4,620 


00 


126 05 


7,580 


173 


43 


46 


10,055 


61 


218 


60 


4,813 


50 


175 53 


2,526 


172 


13 


15 


6,961 


14 


464 


08 


2,495 


00 


541 18 


3,047 


180 


16 


18 


5,592 


69 


310 


70 


2,516 


70 


75 58 


4,184 


179 


23 


25 


5,321 


07 


212 


84 


2,312 


00 


397 12 


4,832 


174 


28 


29 


6,269 


54 


216 


19 


4,410 


00 


86 15 


6,296 


175 


36 


38 


11,276 


00 


296 


74 


6,565 


00 


183 51 


3,735 


174 


21 


23 


5,571 


28 


242 


23 


2,432 


75 


65 60 


4,749 


173 


27 


28 


7,155 


37 


255 


55 


4,209 


00 


134 51 


2,964 


167 


18 


20 


4,297 


75 


214 


89 


2,792 


50 


18 13 


2,349 


162 


15 


16 


8,725 


39 


545 


34 


2,475 


98 


233 56 


1,116 


174 


6 


7 


4,359 


49 


622 


78 


3,000 


00 


63 00 


1,764 


173 


10 


11 


7,763 


85 


705 


80 


4,100 


00 


75 43 


1,527 


180 


8 


10 


4,756 


38 


475 


64 


2,586 


60 


136 55 


2,191 


173 


12 


14 


2,653 


29 


189 


52 


1,890 


00 


44 76 


- 


- 


- 


- 


658 


60 




- 




- 


- 


2,472,106 


172 


14,360 


15,421 


S2,548,402 46 


$165 


26 


$1,503,092 


71 


$51,496 38 


25,513,724 


177 


144,498 


154,415 


$25,599,139 01 


$165 78 


$17,818,655 89 


$419,548 73 



Systems 



(Grades 


I to VI), Year 


ENDING June 30, 1950 








•s 


^ 


^ 


EXPENDITURE FOR 


g « § 




S§ 




J2 

a 
a 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
GENERAL CONTROL 


S 


II 


"O o 






Sao 


**t 




•s .&,3 


29 

1° 

ti 
ft "> 


IS 


la 
11 


1 

a 


Per pupil 
average 
membersh 
of elemen 
tary scho 


tpenditu 
ries of 
supervis 
teachers 


<! 


< 


< 


< 


W 


W 



75 



76 



77 



174 
178 



5,201 
215,169 



5,534 
233,088 



78 



$816,173 73 
$40,316,105 18 



$147 48 
$172 97 



80 



81 



8533,954 72 $18,135 80 

$28,946,224 00 $445,954 19 



188 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Junior High Schools 



PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


2 

o 

a 
(2 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


'a 


TOWNS y^LL TIME 


>, 

a 
-a 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


^1 

< 







82 


83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


332 


Plainfield 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


333 


Leyden 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


334 


West Tisbury 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


335 


Hawley 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


336 


Holland 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


337 


Goshen 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


338 


Rowe . 


- 


- 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


339 


Chilmark 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


340 


Tyringham . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


341 


Monroe 


. 




- 




- 


- 


342 


Middlefield . 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


343 


Alford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


344 


Shutesbury . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


345 


Montgomery 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


346 


Peru . 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


347 


Gosnold 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


348 


Tolland 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


349 


Gay Head . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


350 


New Ashford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




33 


44 


18 


805 


796 


265,064 




State 


1,381 


2,331 


75 


41,499 


38,974 


12,544,197 









High School 






EXPENDITURE 


FOR TUITION AND 




HIGH SCHOOLS IN OTHBB 




9 for 
own 

her 






•2 


TOWNS 


^»°-° 




C3 




S5.H o 

P 6 2 g.S 
« o-p 2 S 


a 
o 

'3 


9. 

2 












st^gs 


8 


s 




rt 


P^ 


fe 



332 Plainfield 

333 Leyden 

334 West Tisbury 

335 Hawley 

336 Holland 

337 Goshen 

338 Rowe . 

339 Chilmark 

340 Tyringham 

341 Monroe 

342 Middlefield 

343 Alford 

344 Shutesbury 

345 Montgomery 

346 Peru . 

347 Gosnold 

348 Tolland 

349 Gay Head 

350 New Ashford 

351 Mt. Washington 

Total 



122 

5 

13 

9 

6 

16 



5,305 



123 


124 


S486 84 


S334 40 


2,557 20 


2,269 80 


1,647 00 


684 65 


882 50 


810 40 


3,284 38 


1,503 60 


3,695 87 


2,208 40 


1,777 90 


1,722 00 


1,098 00 


1,575 55 


1,110 00 


2,423 50 


1,588 00 


2,383 00 


2,045 76 


2,141 05 


1,199 12 


1,600 00 


1,832 50 


3,060 50 


678 37 


1,123 75 


2,367 84 


1,477 60 


1,280 53 


3,287 00 


734 75 


2,443 50 


249 00 


258 55 


829 20 


1,393 00 


36,222 40 


S409,502 06 



Pt. IJ. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continued 



189 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Year ending June 30, 1950 



88 



89 



90 



180 
180 



1,469 
69,554 



1,564 
74,211 



91 



92 



$337,457 00 
$17,177,415 36 



$215 77 
$231 47 



11 

< 


J. 


a 

Ml 

> 
< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of_ principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


g 


1 

< 




Per pupil in 
average 
membership 
of junior 
high schools 


■C 



93 



94 



«219,796 18 $6,036 11 
$12,593,151 90 $169,409 53 



Education for Year ending June 30, 1950 







o 






TRAN8P0UTAT1ON TO PUBLIC 




Xi 


NET COST TO TOWN FOR HIGH 


TOWNS AND CITIES 




c3 . 


SCHOOL EDUCATION 














^ 


afe 




^ 




o 

Btx 
(3 a 


as 




k 




o 3 




1 


li 


1 


r- 




O 

a 


n 


H 


< 


tf 


< 


< 


125 


126 


127 


128 


129 


$821 24 


$164 25 




- 


- 


4,827 00 


371 31 


_ 


- 


- 


2,231 65 


247 96 


- 


- 


- 


1,692 90 


282 15 


- 


- 


- 


4,787 98 


299" 25 


- 


- 


- 


5,904 27 


281 15 


_ 


_ 


- 


3,499 90 


437 49 


— 


- 


- 


2,673 55 


445 59 


- 


- 


- 


3,533 50 


504 79 


_ 


- 


- 


3,971 00 


441 22 


- 


- 


- 


4,186 81 


279 12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,799 12 


349 89 


- 


- 


— 


4,893 00 


407 75 


- 


- 


- 


1,802 12 


450 53 


- 


- 


- 


3,845 44 


274 67 


- 


- 


- 


4,567 53 


570 94 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,178 25 


635 65 


- 


- 


- 


507 55 


507 55 


- 


- 


- 


2,222 20 


740 73 


- 


- 


- 


$1,375,724 46 


$259 33 


- 


- 


- 



1 Due to an amendment in the law (chap. 679, 1947), state reimbursement for tuition and transportation 
of pupils to high schools was repealed, therefore, it is not possible to segregate the amount of reimburse- 
ment for high schools and there is no provision for tuition reimbursement as such. 



190 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Persons 5 to 16 Ybabs 







5 TO 


7 Years 






7 TO 


towns 


13 

o 


a 


a 











go 


a 




^ g 





•J3 00 




3ja Sr 












^"Z 


=^£^ 


l^^g^ 


s^.2 




-•0 




a 


[3 


C 


a 


:z: 


a 




(-1 






'"' 









130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


332 


Flainfield . 


6 


4 


- 


— 


2 


21 


333 


Leyden 


13 


7 


- 


- 


6 


61 


334 


West Tisbury 


15 


11 


- 


- 


4 


29 


335 


Hawley 


13 


7 


— 


— 


6 


39 


336 


Holland 


18 


12 


- 


- 


6 


66 


337 


Goshen 


24 


17 


_ 


_ 


7 


47 


338 


Rowe .... 


5 


2 


— 


- 


3 


16 


339 


Chilmark 


10 


6 


- 


- 


4 


19 


340 


Tyringham . 


10 


6 


— 


- 


4 


41 


341 


Monroe 


14 


14 


- 


- 


- 


22 


342 


Middlefield . 


9 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


40 


343 


Alford 


7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


28 


344 


Shutesbury . 


12 


8 


- 


- 


4 


28 


345 


Montgomery 


6 


5 


- 


- 


1 


18 


346 


Peru .... 


6 


5 


- 


- 


1 


51 


347 


Gosnold 


4 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


348 


Tolland 


4 


3 


- 


- 


1 


14 


349 


Gay Head . 


8 


6 


- 


- 


2 


14 


350 


New Ashford 


6 


4 


- 


- 


2 


11 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 




. 6,734 


4,712 


398 


10 


1,614 


23,184 




State 


. 153,417 


101,999 


36,681 


139 


14,598 


556,188 



Membership in Public Dat 





a 


Elementary Schools 


TOWNS 


'a 


si 






























a 






























% 


13 


I'S 


_ 


IN 


m 


•* 10 






S-S 


Z'B 






v 


<£ 




T3 




a £ 


T3 


•a 


"O 


■0 TJ 




a 


s" 








6 


2 











144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


332 


Plainfield . 




- 


- 


3 


5 


3 


4 


- 


333 


Leyden 


_ 


- 


- 


9 


8 


3 


8 


10 


334 


West Tisbury 


- 


- 


- 


8 


7 


4 


4 


- 


335 


Hawley 


_ 


- 


- 


8 


7 


10 


7 


6 


336 


Holland 


. 


- 


- 


6 


10 


5 


5 


5 


337 


Goshen 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


5 


5 


6 


5 


338 


Rowe . 


_ 


- 


- 


3 


3 


3 


2 


1 


339 


Chilmark 


_ 


- 


- 


6 


1 


2 


4 


1 


340 


Tyringham . 


- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


5 


5 


9 


341 


Monroe 


5 


- 


- 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


342 


Middlefield . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8 


7 


5 


5 


2 


343 


Alford 


- 


- 


- 


4 


7 


1 


4 


3 


344 


Shutesbury . 


_ 


- 


- 


5 


8 


5 


3 


4 


345 


Montgomery 


- 


- 


— 


4 


3 


2 


- 




346 


Peru . 


■ 


- 


- 


8 


5 


2 


3 


3 


347 


Gosnold 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 


2 


2 


1 


2 


34S 


Tolland 


1 


- 


— 


3 


1 


- 


1 


2 


349 


Gay Head . 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


350 


New Ashford 


1 


- 


- 


4 


2 


3 


4 


- 


351 


Mt. Washington . 
Total 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 




189 


8 


11 


2,567 


2,340 


2,076 


1,946 


1,754 




State 


5,748 


1,103 


444 


24,451 


22,520 


19,057 


17,759 


16,913 



Pt. II. 

AND JNOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



191 



OF Aqb, Oct. 1, 


1949 












Illiterate 

Minors, 16 to 21 

Years of Age 


16 Ybars 


O O 

12 






S 


a 

a 


a 

a 

J3 


3 Oj3 
" <=> S 

•jsa 

c 


ga 
•2 a 

O Oc 

a 


Is 

a 


o 


Receiving e 
tional certifi 
year ending 
30. 1949 



136 

18 
61 
29 
39 
55 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 

3 


142 


143 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


30 
16 
19 
41 
22 

39 
25 
28 
18 
49 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- - 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 
13 
14 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 
5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21,089 


1,414 


9 


330 


74 


268 


10 


1 


414,403 


131,297 


259 


5,494 


3,076 


1,649 


1,449 


673 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 



(Gbadks I to VIII) 


High Schools (Foub TatRfl) 






a 










T3 « 






«o t> 00 

» V lU 
•O TS 73 


aj-3 

<D a ° 




1 


S 
>> 
•a 
g 


rdyear 
rth yeai 




•a 


1 

•s 


g 2 2 
O O O 


o 


o 


1 


1 


g 1 


r 


's 


i 



152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


5 


3 


- 


- 


23 


4 


13 


4 


- 


59 


— 


- 


- 


- 


23 


5 


3 


2 


- 


48 


7 


6 


10 


- 


54 


2 


3 


5 


_ 


47 


2 


- 


2 


- 


16 


3 


- 


- 


_ 


17 


— 


- 


- 


- 


26 


2 


4 


2 


- 


31 


3 


5 


3 


_ 


38 


1 


3 


- 


- 


23 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


30 


3 


4 


2 


- 


19 


3 


- 


- 


- 


24 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


1 


4 


- 


_ 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


1 


- 


- 


- 


15 


"" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,708 


1,622 


1,460 


- 


15,681 


16,547 


16,259 


15,245 


- 


156,046 



157 



158 



159 



160 



161 



162 



15,553 14,094 12,108 11,407 



275 53,437 



163 

23 
59 
23 

48 
54 

47 
16 
17 
26 
31 

38 
23 
30 
19 
24 

11 
13 
11 
15 



15,681 
209,483 



192 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 





TOWNS 










Membership 


IN Public Dat 










ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (GRADES 


I TO Vl) 




<b 


•3 ■ 
















QJ 




g-o 
















13 


o 

(l)T3 Q. 


t, bt g 


Q 


(N 
o 


CO 










•o 


" 5e 3 


TJ 


■o 


•o 


•V 


•a 








3 


aS a 


^ 3 o 


2 


oi 


a 


03 


(S 




( 


O 


O 


a 


O 


O 


o 


O 






161 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


332 


Plainfield 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


333 


Leyden 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


334 


West Tisbury 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


335 


Hawley 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


336 


Holland 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


337 


Goshen 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


338 


Rowe . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


339 


Chilmark 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


340 


Tyringham . 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


341 


Monroe 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


342 


Middlefield . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


343 


Alford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


344 


Shutesbury . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


345 


Montgomery 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


346 


Peru . 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


347 


Gosnold 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


348 


Tolland 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


349 


Gay Head 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


350 


New Ash ford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


351 


Mt. Washington 
Total 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




166 


- 


- 


1,182 


1,057 


900 


775 


773 




State 


24,798 


4,456 


1,221 


11,974 


38,410 


33,474 


29,582 


29.320 



Full Time Principals and Teachers 



ELEMBNTART SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 









TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL WITH 






towns 




NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


^ 




oi~ d 


>, 






>.<=' 






i 


With 
diplom 
(2 years 

With 
diplom 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


a 
o 

>> 




si 


ea o 






184 


185 186 187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


332 


Plainfield . 


- 


- - 1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


333 


Leyden 


- 


1 - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


334 


West Tisbury 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


335 


Hawley 


- 


- - 1 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


336 


Holland 


- 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


1 


337 


Goshen 


_ 


2 - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


338 


Rowe . 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


1 


339 


Chilmark 


— 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


340 


Tyringham . 


- 


- - - 


1 


- 


- 


- 


341 


Monroe 


- 


1 1 


- 


- 


~ 


" 


342 


Middlefield . 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


343 


Alford 


— 


- - - 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


344 


Shutesbury . 


— 


1 - 1 


- 


— 


— 


~ 


345 


Montgomery 


1 


- — — 


- 


— 


- 


"" 


346 


Peru . 


- 


- 1 - 


- 


- 


~ 




347 


Gosnold 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


348 


Tolland 


2 


- — - 


— 


- 


— 


- 


349 


Gay Head . 


1 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


350 


New Ashford 


— 


- - - 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


351 


Mt. Washington 
Total 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 




137 


296 83 156 


36 


22 


13 


41 




Slate Totals 


3,202 


5,202 1,831 3,301 


224 


401 


178 


161 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



193 



Continued 



Systems 



Schools 


BY Grades, Oct. 1, 1949 
















JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 






SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 










(GRADES VII TO IX) 






(grades X TO XII) 
















a 










Ogj o o 














tC 3 00=^ oTM 




o 






i 






S S g 






'-' ^ '-' , a 






-§ 


•3 


rade 
first 
juni 

rade 
juni 

rade 
juni 




-§ 


T3 -a -o S 2 


"3 


•n 


l-i 


o 


^ 


d 


g g g aw 




2 


O 


H 


O O O 


H 


O 


o o o 


H 


O 



172 



173 



751 5,604 
28,553 231,788 



175 



176 



177 



588 551 454 1,593 
28,890 27,343 28,306 84,539 



178 



179 



180 



181 



182 



183 



7,197 
387,883 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1950 














JTJNIOB HIGH schools 


o 


GRADUATE OF 




1 


o 
of. 






teachers college on 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL WITH 






a) to 


01 

M 

o 


NORMAL school 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


"3 

^^ 
■g o 

8 m 
a) 


O CO 

■OtS 
Mg 
O ai 




Not gradu 
secondar 

Total 




o 


(O 

(~> 
o 

M CO 


5 

o 


192 193 


194 


195 196 197 


198 


199 200 


201 


202 


203 




- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


2 




- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 




- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 


2 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


- 


- - - 


- 


- - 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 




- 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 


~ ~ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


784 


35 


8 6 24 


- 


1 2 


1 


- 


77 


28 14,528 


1,885 


519 243 672 


51 


160 114 


51 


17 


3,712 



194 



P.D. 2. 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



FxiLL Time Principals and Teachebs, classified according to Training, 
high schools 
graduate of 



TOWNS 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 



, &>. 



c3 

o t- g 



JH to 



SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






332 Plainfield 

333 Leyden 

334 West Tisbury 

335 Hawley 

336 HoUand 

337 Goshen 

338 Rowe . 

339 Chilmark 

340 Tyringham 

341 Monroe 

342 Middlefield 

343 Alford 

344 Shutesbury 

345 Montgomery 

346 Peru . 

347 Gosnold 

348 ToUand 

349 Gay Head 

350 New Ashford 

351 Mt. Washington 

Total 
State Total 



204 



205 



206 



207 



208 



209 



5,290 



124 



152 



621 



51 



101 



192 



Ft. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



195 



Concluded 



Jan. 1, 


1950 


School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1950 


Buildings 

USED FOB 








1 


















Total 


o-S 








to 2 










Valuation 


a a 








«a o 












^b 






wo-room 
buildings 

bree-room 
buildings 

our-room 
buildings 








-C_'m .a 


XI 


School 


11 

O 01 


"3 
o 


S CI 

§2 


30 


3 




as 

0. M 


mior Pig 
(separat 

3nior Hig 


2 m 

CM 
0^ 


Property 


iz; 


H 


O 


H H fe 


« 


Eh 


W 


>-= CQ 


u 





212 


213 


214 

3 

2 


215 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 


216 
1 


217 


218 


219 


220 

3 


221 


222 


222a 


- 






1 
1 

1 




- 


- 


2 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 


54 


19 


33 


65 


216 


204 


6 


- 


6 


29 


6,604 


102 


151 


65 


301 


1,525 


2,144 


1,731 


106 


229 


78 



223 

$16,500 00 

9,900 00 

6,800 00 

6,900 00 

34,000 00 

15,900 00 
23,300 00 
8,100 00 
12,400 00 
52,000 00 

7,700 00 
9,700 00 
65,500 00 
4,450 00 
1,577 93 

5,000 00 

17,400 00 

3,500 00 

1,650 00 



$10,392,282 79 
$385,483,314 34 



196 P D. 2. 

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS 
Comparison of certain totals for the Commonwealth for the year 1939-40, as 
given in the preceding tables, with the corresponding totals for 1949-50, and the 
per cent of increase or decrease during the ten-year period. 



Column 

in 
preceding 
table 



Itsm 



1939-40 



1949-50 



Percent 
increase 

or 
decrease ' 



Population 

1 Population, U. S. Censuses 1930 and 1940 

Registration of minors October 1, 1939 and 1949: 

130 Persons 5 to 7 years of age 

135 Persons 7 to 16 years of age 

142 Illiterate minors 16 to 21 years of age ... 

Public Day Schools, Elementary, Junior High 
AND High 
6 Principals, supervisors, and teachers 

8 Pupils enrolled 

10 Average daily attendance 

12 Average membership 

Public Day Elementary Schools (Grades 1-8) 
54-57 Principals, supervisors, and teachers 
68, 59 Pupils enrolled 

62 Average daily attendance 

63 Average membership 

Public Day Elementary Schools (Grades 1-6) 
68-71 Principals, supervisors, and teachers 
72, 73 Pupils enrolled 

76 Average daily attendance 

77 Average membersliip 

Public Day Junior High Schools (Grades 7-9) 
82, 83 Principals, super-visors, and teachers 
85, 86 Pupils enrolled 

89 Average daily attendance 

90 Average membership 

Public Day High Schools (Grades 10-12) 
95, 96 Principals, supervisors, and teachers 
98, 99 Pupils enrolled 

102 Average daily attendance 

103 Average membership 

Public Day High Schools (Four-year) 
109,110 Principals, supervisors, and teachers 
112, 113 Pupils enrolled 

116 Average daily attendance 

117 Average membership 

Public Evening Schools 

Cities and towns maintaining 

Teachers 

Pupils enrolled 

Expenditure 

Public Vacation Schools 

Cities and towns maintaining 

Teachers 

Pupils enrolled 

Expenditure 

Valuation 
.2 Valuation for 19: 9 and 1949 . . . • 

Valuation per pupil in the average membership 

Itemized Expenditures 

16 General control, including salaries and expenses of 

school committees and superintendents 
Cost per pupil in average membership . 

17 Salaries of principals, supervisors, and teacher 

Cost per pupil in average membership 

18 Textbooks , V- 

Cost per pupil in average membership 

19 Other expenses of instruction 

Cost per pupil in average membership _ _ 

20 Operation of school plant, including jamtor service 

and fuel , ■> • 

Cost per pupil in average membership 

21 Repairs, replacement, and upkeep 

Cost per pupil in average membership 

22 Libraries , V- 

Cost per pupil in average membership 

23 Promotion of health . . •, •,. 

Cost per pupil in average membership 
24,25 Transportation . . • v V- 
Cost per pupil in average membership 

26 Tuition , V- 

Cost per pupil in average membership 



4,248,326 

114,754 

638,287 

1,431 



25,656 
700,305 
629,550 
669,127 

5,893 
154,799 
141,506 
149,503 



8,615 
255,342 
226,794 
242,852 

4,241 

107,622 

98,004 

103,685 

4,279 
113,305 
100,698 
107,257 

2,628 
69,237 
62,548 
65,830 

37 

832 

26,480 

286,080 65 

6 
43 

1,274 
S6,065 13 



4,316,721 1.6 

153,417 33.7 

556,188 12.91 

1,449 1.3 



24,844 3.2 1 

613,125 12.41 

548,890 12.81 

588,367 S.8 1 

6,091 3.4 

159,169 2.8 

144,498 2.1 

154,415 3.3 

8,437 2.1 I 

241,154 5.61 

216,314 4.61 

233,088 4.0 1 

3,712 12.51 

80,473 25.2 1 

69,554 29.01 

74,211 28.41 

3,913 8.61 

78,567 30.7 1 

69,658 30.81 

74,898 30.2 1 

2,691 2.4 

53,762 22.4 

48,866 21.91 

51,755 21.41 

41 10.8 

726 12.71 

23,366 11.81 

S303,480 89 6.1 

13 116.7 

88 104.7 

1,844 44.7 

S19,795 11 226.4 



$6,195,718,550 
9,259 



$2,537,617 86 

3 79 

50,259,949 78 

75 11 

759,573 78 

1 14 
1,853,530 90 

2 77 

7,847,595 92 

11 73 

2,083,280 94 

3 11 
93,360 99 

14 
1,129,416 89 

1 68 
1,917,560 55 

2 87 
741,433 72 

1 11 



,103,587,236 

12,073 



S4,757,204 38 

8 OS 

83,883,160 76 

142 57 

1,474,306 79 

2 51 

4,070,709 67 

6 92 



14.6 
30.4 



87.5 
113.2 
66.9 
89.8 
94.1 
120.2 
119.6 
149.8 



14,058,600 SO 79.1 
23 99 103.77 
6,682,802 10 220.8 
11 36 
122,786 68 
21 
1,904,114 95 
3 24 
3,275,414 83 
5 57 
1,225,548 45 
2 OS 



265.37 
31.5 
50.0 
68.6 
92.8 
70.8 
94.1 
65.3 
&7.4 



1 Decrease. 



Ft II. 



197 



COMPARATI V K STATISTICS— Conciwded 



Column 

in 

preceding 

table 



Item 



1939 40 



19;9 50 



Per cent 
increase 

or 
decrease ' 



27 Miscellaneous expenditures for support . . . $600,066 04 

Cost per pupil in average membership ... 90 

28 Total for support, including ordinary repairs . . $69,818,825 88 

Cost per pupil in average membership . . . 100 43 
31 Total for outlay — new schoolhouses, alterations 

and permanent repairs $4,586,945 27 

Cost per pupil in average membership ... 6 86 

28, 31 Total for support and outlay . . . . . $74,405,771 15 

Cost per pupil in average membership . . . 1 1 1 20 



$1,763,453 40 193.9 

3 00 233.3 

S123,265,599 83 76.5 

209 50 103.6 

$12,224,522 27 166.5 

20 78 202.9 

$135,490,122 10 82.1 

230 28 107.71 



I Decrease 

EVENING AND VACATION SCHOOLS, YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1950 



Evening Elembntabt 
Schools 



Towns and Citibs 



=3 2 



Evening High 
Schools 



Vacation Schools 



Arlington . 








2 


83 


$160 00 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Barnstable 


- 


_ 


- 


2 


55 


399 00 


- 


- 


- 


Beverly 


- 


- 


- 


6 


211 


1,924 15 


- 


- 


- 


Boston 


15 


465 


$35,864 20 


94 


4,339 


62,686 01 




- 


- 


Braintree . 


- 


- 


- 


13 


339 


5,368 14 


- 


- 


~ 


Brockton . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


16 


399 


5,897 29 


5 


96 


$1,337 00 


Brookline . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


1,073 


13,829 85 


- 


- 


- 


Cambridge 


1 


19 


278 00 


23 


664 


11,321 58 


- 


- 


- 


Chelsea 


1 


9 


2,935 65 


12 


173 


4,474 95 


- 


- 


- 


Chicopee . 


- 


- 


- 


5 


175 


511 45 


- 


- 


~ 


Chnton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


89 


$1,180 00 > 


3 


60 


$50 00 


Dedham . 


_ 


_ 


- 


13 


315 


3,574 30 


- 


- 


- 


Dudley 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


97 95 2 


- 


- 


- 


Everett . 


- 


- 


- 


11 


326 


4,261 67 


- 


- 


- 


Fairhaven 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


69 50 2 


- 


- 


~ 


FaU River. 


1 


16 


$458 03 


17 


559 


5,214 51 


4 


213 


820 00 


Fitchburg 


6 


200 


2,540 11 


27 


1,070 


1,514 49 


- 


- 


- 


Haverhill . 


- 


- 


- 


9 


287 


2,603 55 


- 


- 


- 


Hingham . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


140 


1,005 07 


6 


33 


1,030 00 


Ipswich 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


200 


1,350 00 


Holyoke . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


441 


4,758 20 


4 


50 


1,119 10 


Lawrence . 


4 


48 


2,801 67 


16 


155 


11,459 25 


- 


- 


- 


Leominster 


1 


12 


431 00 


17 


430 


1,973 00 


- 


— 


- 


Lowell 


— 


- 


- 


6 


122 


4,169 50 


- 


- 


- 


Lynn 


- 


- 


- 


22 


899 


10,238 24 


22 


383 


3,473 81 


Maiden . 


35 


708 


10,728 36 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


Marlborough 


- 


- 


- 


10 


202 


2,855 00 


- 


- 


— 


Medford . 


- 


- 


- 


17 


357 


4,657 31 


8 


85 


1,436 44 


Methuen 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


667 00 1 


- 


- 


- 


New Bedford 


4 


87 


1,922 82 


25 


622 


5,121 77 


- 


- 


~ 


Newton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


567 


6,051 30 


- 


- 


- 


North Adams 


2 


25 


552 00 


20 


400 


1,729 93 


- 


- 


- 


Peabody . 


- 


- 


- 


10 


304 


2,796 80 


- 


- 


- 


Plymouth 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


86 


525 00 


Quincy 


- 


- 


- 


14 


438 


3,245 28 


- 


- 


~ 


Salem 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


166 


1,886 87 


10 


238 


1,715 00 


Somerville 


1 


26 


749 20 


10 


394 


7,839 58 


- 


- 


- 


Springfield 


2 


73 


1,325 02 


53 


2,759 


15,856 68 


- 


- 


- 


Stoneham 


- 


- 


- 


4 


163 


1,540 92 


- 


- 


- 


Swampscott 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 001 


- 


- 


~ 


Waltham . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


250 


$2,009 33 


- 


- 


- 


Watertown 


_ 


_ 


_ 


25 


660 


3,382 86 


- 


- 


- 


Webster 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


90 


485 00 


- 


- 


- 


Wellesley . 


_ 


- 


_ 






- 


9 


114 


3,454 00 


West Boylston 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


110 


1,200 00 


West Springfielc 


_ 


_ 


_ 


15 


360 


5,189 64 


- 


- 


- 


Weymouth 


- 


- 


- 


4 


165 


1,245 25 


- 


- 


- 


Winthrop . 


_ 


_ 


- 


15 


2.57 


3,808 06 


7 


176 


2,284 76 


Worcester 


8 


307 


3,442 14 


10 


873 


10,3.59 46 


- 


- 


~ 


Total . 


81 


1,995 


$64,028 20 


645 


21,371 


$239,452 69 


88 


1,844 


$19,795 11 



^Veterans education ^Tuition 



198 



P.D. 2. 



PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES, SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE SO, 1950 

(Established by Chapter 620, 1948) 



Cities 


Member- 
ship 


Number 

of 
Teachers 


Expendi- 
tures 1 


Receipts 

for 
Tuition 


Net 
Expendi- 
ture 


Net Cost 

per 

PupU 


Holyoke 
Newton 


155 
102 


36.0 
6.8 


$48,433 05 
33,841 98 


$39,983 19 
25,653 51 


$8,449 86 
8,188 47 


$54 52 
80 28 



1 Estimated. 

GRADUATED VALUATION TABLE 

The cities and towns within each of the following groups are arranged in the 
descending order of their valuation per pupil in the net average membership, 
column 1. Columns 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of this table are based on columns 32, 34. 39, 
and 47B, respectively of the Tabulation of the School Returns. 

Group I. Cities 



CITIES 



Valuation op 
1949 pfr pupil in net 

AVtIRAGE MEMBER- 
ship, tear ending 
June 30, 1950 



Amount 



Expendi- 
ture 
for school 

SUPPORT 
FROM LOCAL 

TAX.-VTION, 

FISCAL TEAR 

1949, PER 

$1,000 Val- 
uation 



Per capita cost 

FOR support of public 

schools, 
fiscal tear 1949 



FROM 

local 
taxation 



FROM ALL 
SOURCES 



State rank State rank 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Cambridge 


. $19,523 


20 


304 


18 


63 


Boston 


17,611 


31 


282 


17 


75 


Newton 


17,289 


34 


254 


11 


60 


Holyoke 


16,269 


38 


286 


39 


65 


Fitchburg . 


15,927 


41 


319 


106 


96 


Everett 


15,504 


44 


273 


33 


89 


Springfield . 


15,477 


45 


221 


16 


69 


Salem 


15,124 


47 


200 


13 


41 


Lowell 


12,940 


66 


240 


61 


67 


Lawrence 


12,837 


68 


241 


66 


104 


Lynn .... 


12,760 


70 


229 


58 


84 


Pittsfield 


12,650 


72 


281 


109 


173 


Quincy 


12,634 


73 


227 


64 


164 


Worcester 


12,454 


76 


211 


63 


139 


Gardner 


12,355 


78 


231 


76 


113 


Melrose 


11,961 


84 


145 


41 


97 


Beverly 


11,666 


88 


154 


50 


108 


Haverhill 


11,505 


90 


251 


113 


153 


Waltham 


11,454 


91 


262 


117 


157 


Gloucester . 


11,403 


92 


155 


53 


118 


Fall River . 


11,300 


94 


275 


134 


155 


Northampton 


11,300 


95 


174 


70 


125 


Leominster . 


11,067 


101 


150 


59 


93 


Maiden 


10,813 


109 


208 


114 


174 


New Bedford 


10,.526 


117 


205 


119 


178 


Somerville . 


10,400 


118 


156 


90 


135 


Attleboro 


10,375 


120 


158 


92 


168 


Chicopee 


10,259 


122 


236 


141 


197 


Medford 


9,666 


131 


115 


83 


138 


Marlborough 


9,531 


135 


263 


190 


230 


Brockton 


9,411 


143 


261 


191 


313 


Westfield 


9,063 


153 


74 


79 


79 


Peabody 


9,035 


154 


48 


51 


105 


Chelsea 


8,537 


161 


46 


67 


117 


Woburn 


8,507 


162 


72 


99 


147 


Revere 


8,051 


175 


26 


68 


121 


Taunton 


7,992 


178 


122 


156 


213 


Newburyport 


7,825 


189 


97 


145 


177 


North Adams 


7,314 


208 


76 


155 


201 



Pt. II. 



199 



Group II. Towns op 5,000 Population or Over 



TOWNS 



Brookline 
Webster 
Barnstable . 
Wellesley 
Falmouth 

Belmont 
Winchester . 
Easthampton 
Swampscott 
West Springfield 



Milton 

Watertown 

Norwood 

Somerset 

Andover 

Weymouth 

Needham 

Plymouth 

Marblehead 

Greenfield 

Framingham 

Lexington 

Dedham 

Wareham 

Canton 



Hingham 
North Andover 
Arlington 
Stoneham 
Concord 

Reading 
Southbridge 
Walpole 
Wakefield . 
Amherst 

Dartmouth 

Amesbury 

Great Harrington 

Ipswich 

North Attleborough 



Milford 
Clinton 
South Hadley 
Winthrop 
Hudson 

Braintree 
Montague 
Ware . 
Natick 
Agawam 

Tewksbury 

Rockland 

Ludlow 

Methuen 

Shrewsbury 

Danvers 

Stoughton 

Adams 

Fairhaven 

Uxbridge 



Valuation or 
1949 per pupil in net 
average member- 
ship, tear ending 
June 30, 1950 



Amount 



State rank 



Expendi- 
ture 

rOR SCHOOL 

SUPPORT 

FROM LOCAL 

TAXATION, 

FISCAL TEAR 

1949, PER 

$1,000 Val 

UATION 



State rank 



Per CAPITA COST 

FOR SUPPORT OF PUBLIC 

SCHOOLS, 

FISCAL TEAR 1949 



FROM 

LOCAL 

TAXATION 



FROM ALL 
SOURCES 



State rank State rank 



$24,387 
21,084 
18,621 
17,391 
15,689 

15,170 
15,069 
15,035 
14,874 
14,393 

13,863 
13,654 
12,918 
12,834 
12,685 

12,534 
12,379 
12,108 
12,097 
11,916 

11,715 
11,308 
11,139 
10,756 
10,696 

10,695 
10,289 
10,153 
9,778 
9,621 

9,560 
9,527 
9,504 
9,477 
9,429 

9,410 
9,349 
9,287 
9,277 
9,080 

8,872 
8,849 
8,811 
8,455 
8,407 

8,278 
8,246 
7,958 
7,874 
7,831 

7,808 
7,614 
7,589 
7,583 
7,422 

7,357 
7,344 
7,269 
7,088 
7,056 



14 
25 
33 
43 

46 
48 
49 
52 
54 

55 
59 
67 
69 
71 

75 
77 
79 
80 
85 

87 
93 
99 
110 
HI 

112 
121 
125 
130 
133 

134 
136 
137 
138 
142 

144 
145 
148 
150 
152 

156 
157 
158 
163 
164 

168 
170 
180 
184 
187 

190 
195 
196 
198 
204 

205 
206 
211 
218 
220 



295 
349 
312 
298 
308 

157 
238 
310 
219 
249 

214 
196 
113 
305 
217 

278 
209 
267 
178 
239 

244 
166 
127 
204 
253 

83 
215 
125 
210 

18 

193 
279 
124 
149 
92 

202 
167 
181 
255 
230 

162 
184 
179 
121 



138 
50 
195 
147 
123 

197 
96 
60 
90 
69 

59 
270 
106 
161 

73 



4 


17 


207 


62 


44 


115 


36 


119 


82 


185 


7 


48 


25 


95 


110 


140 


23 


99 


40 


101 


38 


133 


28 


85 


12 


43 


143 


294 


57 


145 


107 


219 


65 


180 


103 


167 


48 


151 


93 


194 


100 


199 


62 


136 


47 


109 


111 


184 


135 


188 


37 


66 


131 


220 


77 


150 


147 


233 


19 


47 


138 


196 


197 


187 


96 


190 


116 


160 


80 


87 


158 


209 


128 


103 


139 


200 


193 


249 


187 


222 


146 


211 


164 


195 


161 


263 


132 


254 


115 


111 


159 


260 


85 


107 


211 


240 


182 


310 


165 


265 


215 


305 


157 


235 


124 


161 


154 


204 


144 


225 


133 


198 


294 


319 


180 


224 


219 


258 


169 


229 



200 



P.D. 2. 



Group II. Towns of 5,000 Population or Over — Concluded 









Expendi- 












ture 


Per capita cost 








FOR SCHOOL 


FOR support op PUBLIC 




Valuation of 


SUPPORT 


SCHOOLS, 




1949 PEH PUPIL IN NET 


PROM LOCAL 


FISCAL TEAR 1949 




AVERAGE MEMBER- 


TAXATION, 

FISCAL TEAR 

1949, PER 

$1,000 Val- 






TOWNS 


bhip, year ending 
June 30. 1950 


FROM 










LOCAL 

taxation 


FROM ALL 
SOURCES 








uation 








Amount 


State rank 


State rank 


State rank 


State rank 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Mansfield .... 


S7,050 


221 


58 


149 


268 


Foxborough 


7,038 


223 


68 


163 


259 


Billerica .... 


6,921 


226 


300 


337 


347 


Franklin .... 


6,849 


228 


65 


172 


275 


Palmer .... 


6,613 


240 


28 


136 


166 


Westborough 


6,588 


245 


39 


152 


210 


Chelmsford .... 


6,554 


248 


85 


209 


279 


Bridgewater 


6,480 


251 


114 


234 


327 


Saugus .... 


6,415 


252 


132 


255 


342 


Whitman .... 


6,290 


260 


103 


240 


291 


Athol 


6,157 


266 


45 


183 


297 


Dracut . . . . • 


6,100 


270 


53 


202 


192 


Grafton .... 


5,926 


277 


105 


258 


273 


Middleborough 


5,737 


284 


102 


270 


295 


Abington .... 


5,712 


285 


24 


192 


285 


Maynard .... 


5,685 


288 


4 


118 


212 


Spencer .... 


5,666 


289 


126 


295 


303 


Northbridge 


5,411 


299 


20 


220 


231 


Orange .... 


5,388 


301 


148 


322 


338 


Easton . ' . 


5,250 


306 


19 


225 


238 


Auburn .... 


5,131 


310 


23 


235 


321 


Winchendon 


4,848 


310 


12 


230 


296 


Millbury .... 


4,821 


321 


15 


232 


301 


Monson .... 


4.777 


324 


13 


236 


234 


Randolph .... 


4,479 


335 


49 


306 


341 



Pt. II. 201 

Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population and maintaining High 

Schools 



TOWNS 



Valttation of 

1949 per pupil in net 

average membeb- 

ship, tear ending 

June 30, 1950 



Amount 



State rank 



EXPENDI- 

TUBB 

FOR SCHOOL 

SUPPORT 

FROM LOCAL 

TAXATION, 

FISCAL TEAR 

1949, PER 
$1,000 Val 

UATION 



State rank 



Per CAPITA COST 

FOR SUPPORT OF PUBLIC 

SCHOOLS, 

FISCAL TEAR 1949 



FROM 

LOCAL FROM ALL 

TAXATION SOURCES 



State rank State rank 



Chatham 
Manchester 
Nantucket 
Harwich 
Oak Bluffs 

Edgartown 

Orleans 

Wellfleet 

Yarmouth 

Marshfield 

Bourne 
Cohasset 
Weston 
Dover . 
Scituate 

Duxbury 

Stockbridge 

Tisbury 

Sandwich 

Hamilton 

Kingston 
Harvard 
Province town 
New Marlborough 
Hatfield 



Rockport 

Topsfield 

Deerfield 

Petersham 

Westport 

Westwood 

Littleton 

Wrentham 

Lenox 

Charlemont 

Williams town 

Shelburne 

Sharon 

Pembroke 

Lancaster 



Acton 

Southborough 

Sheffield 

North Brookfield 

Wayland 

Ashfield 
Lunenburg . 
Ashland 
Princeton 
Hanover 

Groton 

Hadley 

E. Bridgewater 

Ayer . 

BeUingham . 

Medfield 

Dalton 

Lee 

Medway 

Warren 



$25,982 


5 


24,840 


6 


23,672 


10 


21,184 


13 


20,409 


15 


20,125 


16 


19,945 


17 


19,626 


19 


18,555 


26 


18,232 


28 


17,870 


30 


17,449 


32 


16,939 


36 


16,148 


39 


15,981 


40 


15,801 


42 


14,883 


51 


14,576 


53 


13,769 


57 


13,747 


58 


11,981 


82 


11,978 


83 


11,531 


89 


11,285 


96 


11,171 


97 


11,165 


98 


10,988 


102 


10,959 


104 


10,612 


115 


10,145 


126 


9,946 


129 


9,461 


140 


9,450 


141 


9,317 


147 


9,195 


151 


8,791 


159 


8,360 


166 


8,248 


169 


8,235 


171 


8,224 


172 


8,056 


174 


8,030 


176 


7,965 


179 


7,924 


181 


7,872 


185 


7,724 


191 


7,675 


193 


7,652 


194 


7,567 


200 


7,444 


202 


7,331 


207 


7,297 


209 


7,242 


212 


7,236 


213 


7,189 


214 



7,182 
7,069 
7,016 
6,847 
6,785 



215 
219 
225 
229 
233 



344 
322 
337 
334 
341 

315 
316 
340 
332 
323 

329 
285 
228 
109 
311 

237 
327 
326 
284 
276 

313 
243 
274 
216 
292 

297 
87 
172 
185 
288 

235 
296 
112 
67 
194 

119 
165 
91 
232 
223 

224 
143 
212 
303 
186 

141 

272 
187 
71 
95 

108 
225 
142 
252 
222 

218 

7 

111 

98 

199 



69 


100 


9 


54 


31 


110 


52 


44 


108 


176 


26 


55 


29 


6 


104 


72 


97 


46 


75 


112 


101 


193 


22 


35 


8 


18 


3 


10 


88 


179 


14 


40 


162 


127 


167 


243 


86 


81 


73 


82 


201 


292 


94 


25 


125 


149 


102 


45 


175 


159 


186 


306 


32 


22 


78 


76 


98 


20 


205 


267 


153 


274 


250 


302 


91 


158 


55 


98 


160 


34 


120 


102 


174 


24 


123 


181 


216 


256 


213 


239 


217 


241 


176 


156 


218 


183 


319 


206 


210 


300 


185 


77 


275 


282 


214 


277 


137 


50 


166 


172 


178 


216 


267 


255 


221 


280 


286 


129 


273 


251 


272 


299 


60 


106 


199 


244 


200 


257 


278 


175 



202 P.D. 2. 

Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population and maintaining High 

Schools — Concluded 



TOWNS 



Valuation op 
1949 per pupil in net 
avebage member- 
ship, tear ending 

June 30, 1950 



Amount 



State rank 



Expendi- 
ture 
for school 

SUPPORT 

FROM LOCAL 

TAXATION, 

FISCAL TEAR 

1949, PER 
SI, 000 Val- 
uation 



State rank 



Per CAPITA COST 

FOR support OF PUBLIC 

SCHOOLS, 

FISCAL TEAR 1949 



FROM 

LOCAL FROM ALL 
TAXATION SOURCES 



State rank State rank 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


MiUis .... 


$6,772 


235 


129 


231 


246 


Hopedale 


6,765 


236 


9 


95 


165 


Huntington 


6,590 


244 


36 


151 


36 


W. Bridgewater 


6,568 


246 


17 


126 


162 


Sudbury 


6,556 


247 


66 


189 


283 


Holliston 


6,534 


249 


189 


283 


336 


Swansea 


6,404 


253 


176 


281 


186 


W. Boylston 


6,362 


254 


52 


181 


170 


Blackstone . 


6,322 


257 


42 


173 


56 


Bernardston 


6,314 


258 


163 


280 


276 


Dighton 


6,270 


261 


146 


271 


134 


Stow .... 


6,243 


263 


116 


251 


247 


Hopkinton . 


6,186 


265 


120 


256 


316 


Northfield . 


6,141 


268 


55 


203 


130 


W. Newbury 


6,084 


272 


135 


246 


236 


Plainville 


5,978 


274 


82 


244 


287 


Rutland 


5,953 


275 


144 


289 


232 


Brookfield . 


5,922 


278 


84 


249 


217 


Norwell 


5,912 


279 


27 


179 


146 


Ashby 


5,806 


282 


160 


305 


248 


Mendon 


5,773 


283 


93 


260 


271 


Townsend 


5,534 


294 


177 


327 


314 


Westford 


5,418 


298 


35 


228 


253 


Wilmington 


5,389 


300 


280 


345 


350 


New Salem . 


5,360 


303 


1 


45 


3 


Williamsburg 


5,355 


304 


264 


344 


262 


Georgetown . 


5,239 


307 


61 


266 


286 


Leicester 


5,230 


308 


104 


303 


312 


Holbrook 


5,100 


311 


51 


263 


330 


Chester 


5,093 


312 


10 


198 


59 


Hardwick 


5,069 


314 


8 


196 


148 


Norton 


4,910 


316 


151 


336 


348 


Brimfield 


4,908 


317 


107 


325 


94 


Holden 


4,895 


318 


47 


279 


290 


Pepperell 


4^795 


322 


64 


301 


335 


Barre .... 


4,772 


325 


29 


264 


272 


Douglas 


4,629 


327 


38 


287 


320 


BurMngton . 


4,594 


329 


56 


310 


328 


Temple ton . 


4,543 


333 


31 


288 


318 


Avon .... 


4,539 


334 


57 


315 


339 


Merrimac 


4,464 


338 


62 


321 


344 


Northborough 


4,333 


340 


63 


330 


340 


Groveland . 


4,312 


341 


37 


309 


337 


Sutton 


4,261 


342 


25 


302 


324 


Oxford 


3,869 


345 


11 


304 


333 


Belchertown 


3,702 


348 


16 


329 


218 


Charlton 


3,514 


350 


43 


343 


346 



Pt. II. 203 

Gboup rV. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population and not maintaining 

High Schools 



towns 



Valuation op 
1949 per pupil in net 
average member- 
ship, tear ending 

June 30, 1950 



Amount 



State rank 



Expendi- 
ture 

rOR SCHOOL 

SUPPORT 

FROM LOCAL 

TAXATION, 

FISCAL TEAR 

1949, PER 

$1,000 Val- 
uation 



State rank 



Per capita cost 

FOR support of public 

schools, 
fiscal tear 1949 



FROM 
LOCAL 

taxation 



FROM ALL 
SOURCES 



State rank State rank 



Gosnold 
Chilmark 
Rowe . 
Tolland 
Hull . 

Monterey 

Dennis 

Truro 

Eastham 

Brewster 

Monroe 
W. Tisbury 
Sandisfield 
Wenham 
Granville 

Gay Head 

Mashpee 

Marion 

Alford 

Longmeadow 

Egremont 

Worthington 

Tyringham 

Sherborn 

Plainfield 

Florida 
Shutesbury 
Montgomery 
Otis . 
Carver 



East Longmeadow 

Russell 

Nahant 

Pax ton 

Mattapoisett 

Wilbraham 

Buckland 

Sunderland 

Newbury 

Lynnfield 

Lincoln 

Erving 

Boxford 

Halifax 

Blandford 

Carlisle 

Holland 

New Ashford 

Bolton 

New Braintree 



S84,913 
41,687 
32,606 
28,671 
24,682 

24,373 
21,654 
21,542 
19,746 
19,429 

19,371 
19,226 
18,762 
18,404 
18,135 

17,166 
16,870 
15,014 
13,862 
13,279 

13,213 
13,152 
13,143 
13,135 
13,124 

12,625 
12,010 
11,814 
11,135 
10,969 

10,903 
10,858 
10,846 
10,835 
10,657 

10,630 
10,542 
10,377 
10,250 
10,174 

10,126 
10,036 
9,647 
9,472 
9,349 

9,282 
8,880 
8,783 
8,370 
8,290 



1 
2 
3 

4 

7 

9 
11 
12 
18 
21 

22 
23 
24 

27 
29 

35 
37 
50 
56 
60 

61 
62 
63 
64 
65 

74 

81 

86 

100 

103 

105 
106 
107 
108 
113 

114 
116 
119 
123 
124 

127 
128 
132 
139 
146 

149 
155 
160 
165 
167 



350 
345 
348 
291 
335 

342 
343 
330 
318 
283 

325 
328 
347 
294 
258 

290 
293 
259 
324 
139 

333 
338 
317 
159 
277 

289 
331 
260 
302 
314 

257 
99 
164 
137 
299 

269 
256 
201 
271 
183 

■206 
131 
89 
307 
245 

182 
336 
306 
265 
250 



1 


2 


5 


5 


46 


4 


2 


1 


21 


42 


49 


26 


127 


191 


43 


30 


35 


19 


10 


9 


54 


16 


72 


51 


229 


21 


20 


32 


6 


12 


27 


7 


34 


49 


30 


80 


177 


33 


15 


83 


227 


281 


238 


28 


171 


128 


24 


61 


87 


11 


122 


64 


259 


15 


105 


38 


194 


52 


241 


215 


129 


207 


42 


70 


81 


152 


56 


71 


206 


304 


148 


144 


142 


141 


121 


132 


168 


163 


112 


123 


130 


76a 


84 


81 


71 


57 


262 


227 


184 


37 


140 


124 


338 


261 


290 


13 


243 


205 


237 


58 



204 P.D. 2. 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population and not maintaining 

High Schools — Continued 









Expendi- 












ture 


Per capita cost 








FOR SCHOOL 


FOE SUPPORT op PUBLIC 




Valuation op 


SUPPORT 


schools. 




1949 PER PUPIL IN NET 


FROM LOCAL 


fiscal tear 1949 




AVEHAGB 


MEMBER- 


TAXATION, 

FISCAL YEAH 

1949, PER 

$1,000 Val- 






TOWNS 


ship, tear ending 
June 30. 1950 


FROM 










local 
taxation 


FROM ALL 

SOURCES 








uation 








Amount 


State rank 


State rank 


State rank 


State rank 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Bedford 


$8,169 


173 


175 


188 


171 


Goshen 


8,011 


177 


246 


248 


31 


Peru .... 


7,921 


182 


22 


74 


8 


Windsor 


7,915 


183 


321 


340 


73 


Middlefield . 


7,841 


186 


287 


300 


14 


Seekonk 


7,826 


188 


268 


265 


334 


Whately 


7,715 


192 


117 


170 


142 


Hawley 


7,586 


197 


320 


341 


29 


Chesterfield 


7,581 


199 


339 


346 


214 


Southwick . 


7,445 


201 


169 


212 


221 


Gill .... 


7,431 


203 


78 


150 


78 


Salisbury 


7,285 


210 


207 


261 


326 


Cummington 


7,135 


216 


133 


222 


74 


Berlin 


7,114 


217 


192 


254 


223 


Hancock 


7,041 


222 


14 


89 


86 


Oakham 


7,036 


224 


346 


350 


53 


Plympton 


6,891 


227 


203 


277 


169 


Heath .... 


6,809 


230 


118 


223 


23 


Rochester 


6,807 


231 


198 


274 


226 


Richmond 


6,797 


232 


191 


269 


208 


Essex 


6,772 


234 


136 


239 


288 


LakeviUe 


6,747 


237 


266 


318 


317 


Conway 


6,709 


238 


134 


242 


68 


Becket 


6,693 


239 


140 


245 


114 


West Stockbridge . 


6,595 


241 


247 


312 


325 


Shirley 


6,592 


242 


242 


311 


252 


Westhampton 


6,592 


243 


248 


316 


122 


Sterhng 


6,499 


250 


190 


285 


264 


Dunstable . 


6,352 


255 


233 


320 


88 


Westminster 


6,341 


256 


128 


253 


242 


Granby 


6,294 


259 


81 


226 


202 


East Brookfield 


6.264 


262 


171 


284 


329 


Hanson 


6,199 


264 


180 


297 


311 


Acushnet 


6,152 


267 


168 


292 


269 


Southampton 


6,111 


269 


226 


328 


278 


Sturbridge . 


6,089 


271 


234 


333 


322 


Norfolk 


6,004 


273 


77 


233 


293 


Philhpston . 


5,937 


276 


309 


347 


266 


Freetown 


5,903 


280 


213 


332 


332 


Warwick 


5,843 


281 


34 


293 


92 


WendeU 


5,707 


286 


170 


317 


126 


Boxborough 


5,702 


287 


152 


308 


120 


Pelham 


5,642 


290 


79 


257 


116 


Ashburnham 


5,589 


291 


173 


323 


315 


Colrain 


5,585 


292 


21 


195 


137 


West Brookfield . 


5,581 


293 


188 


331 


298 


Dudley 


5,479 


295 


33 


224 


245 


Wales 


5,471 


296 


301 


349 


228 


Raynham 


5,424 


297 


75 


268 


308 


Middleton 


5,365 


302 


130 


314 


343 



Pt. II. 205 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population and not maintaining 

High Schools — Concluded 









Expendi- 












ture 


Per capita cost 








FOR 8CH001, 


FOR SUPPORT of PUBLIC 




Valuation of 


support 


schools. 




1949 PER PUPIL IN NET 


FROM LOCAL 


fiscal tear 1949 




AVERAOE MEMBER* 
SHIP, TEAR ENDINQ 


TAXATION, 
FISCAL TEAR 






towns 








June 30, 1950 


1949, per 


FROM 
LOCAL 


FROM ALL 








$1,000 Val- 


TAXATION 


SOURCES 








uation 








Amount 


State rank 


State rank 


State rank 


State rank 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Rehoboth 


S5,300 


305 


220 


342 


349 


Lanesborough 


5,168 


309 


86 


298 


323 


Hinsdale 


5,078 


313 


80 


299 


289 


Leverett 


5,020 


315 


100 


313 


154 


Hubbardston 


4,830 


320 


44 


276 


189 


Leyden 


4,793 


323 


94 


326 


131 


Berkley- 


4,737 


326 


41 


282 


270 


Savoy 


4,613 


328 


40 


291 


27 


Rowley 


4,570 


330 


54 


307 


331 


Hampden 


4,569 


331 


5 


204 


143 


MiUville 


4,568 


332 


70 


324 


284 


Tyngsborough 


4,478 


336 


101 


335 


307 


Royalston 


4,469 


337 


32 


296 


182 


North Reading 


4,334 


339 


110 


339 


345 


Boylston 


4,123 


343 


6 


252 


237 


Washington . . 


3,962 


344 


153 


348 


90 


Cheshire . . 


3,780 


346 


30 


334 


309 


Upton 


3,713 


347 


3 


247 


250 


Clarksburg . 


3,525 


349 


2 


208 


203 


Mount Washington! 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



'Mount Washington had but one pupil, therefore not comparable 



UNIVERSiTY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
Public Document LIBRARY No. 2 

Cfie Commontsealtfi of 0iaisiathusitttsi 



pill 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Department of Education 

For the Year ending June 30, 1951 



TABUIiATION OP THE SCHOOL ReTUBNS 

School Year ending June 30, 1951 

AND 

Fiscal Year Next Preceding 1951 



Part II 







BUREAU OF GOVERNMENT RESEARCH 
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 
AMHERST. MASSACHUSETTS 



IN or ruis DocuMSNT Appbovbo bt QsoBaii J. Cbonim, Statb Fubcbaumq A 
-006806 



f 



ANNUAL REPORT 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Part II 

Introduction 

In this Report for the school year ending June 30, 1951, statistics for those towns 
on the 8-4 plan of organization are so reported. In the case of towns having the 
junior high school unit, the statistics are reported (in accordance with a ruUng of 
this department for more uniform- classification) on the 6-3-3 plan. 

In the case of cities or towns having the 6-2-4 system, superintendents have 
allocated statistics, both financial and vital, to fit in with the 6-3-3 or the 8-4 plan. 

There are some school systems organized on tLe 6-6 basis — the high school offer- 
ing six years of work. It has been necessary in these cases to allocate the seventh 
and eighth years with the elementary schools or to report a six-year elementary 
school system and divide the financial and vital statistics of the high school into 
three-year junior high and three-year senior high school groups. Columns 51-53, 
inclusive, designate the exact plan of organization in effect in each city or town. 

TABULATION OF SCHOOL RETURNS 

EXPLANATION 

The table beginning on page 4 gives the principal items in the annual school returns 
from the 351 cities and towns of the Commonwealth. 
To find any particular city or town use the index on pages 2 and 3. 
In the table the cities and towns are divided into four groups, and arranged within 
each group in the order of population, as follows: 

Index 
Numbers 

Group I. Cities 1-39 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 population or over 40-135 

Group III. Towns of less than 5,000 population and maintaining public high 

schools 136-230 

Group IV. Towns of less than 5,000 population and not maintaining public 

high schools 231-351 

It is to be noted that — 

(1) All per capitas, with the exception of those in the tables on elementary schools, 
junior high schools, high schools, and column 47A, are based upon the net average 
membership in the public schools. 

(2) The rank of each city and town on the basis of the per capita expenditure is for 
the particular group in which it is classed. For the State rank of each city and town, 
see Graduated Valuation Table, the last table of this compilation. 

(3) In computing the amount raised by local taxation for the support of the public 
schools, all reimbursements received from the State on account of school expenditures, 
and all contributions received from sources other than local taxation, have first been 
deducted from the total expenditure. 

The columns containing any particular item have the same number throughout the 
table. They contain the following data: 

Column 
Niimber 

1. Population, United States Census of 1950^ 

2. Valuation, as of January 1, 1950. These valuations include supplementary 

assessments made between the 10th and the 20th of December, 1950, on 
property as of January 1, 1950. 
3-7. Teaching staff in public day schools. 
8-15. Pupils in public day schools. 
16-28. Itemized expenditures for support of all public schools, year ending June 30, 

1951. 
29-31. Expenditures for outlay, including new grounds, buildings and alterations, 
and new equipment, year ending June 30, 1951. 
1 Preliminary counts, July 7, 1950. 



P.D. 2. 



Column 
Number 



32, 33. 



Valuation per pupil, based on the net average membership of the public day 
schools for the year ending June 30, 1951, and the rank in its group of the 
city or town based thereon. 

Expenditures per $1,000 valuation for school support from funds raised by 
local taxation, fiscal year next preceding June 30, 1951, and the rank in its 
group of the city or town based thereon. 

Rate of total tax per $1,000 valuation for 1950, and the group rank of the 
city or town based thereon. 

Expenditures for school support, classified as to sources from which the funds 
were received. These expenditures are for the year ending Dec. 31, 
1950. These columns contain also the rank in its group of each city 
and town on the basis of the per capita expenditure from funds re- 
ceived from local taxation, from the State and from all sources. 
School Fund. Chapter 70, General Laws (c. 643, 1948). 
School Transportation. Chapter 71, S. 7A, General Laws (c. 679, 1947). 

Number of year grades in elementary schools, junior high schools, if any, and 
senior high schools. 

Day elementary schools. (Grades I to VIII.) 

Day elementary schools. (Grades I to VI.) (6S-S system.) 

Junior high schools. (Grades VII, VIII, and IX.) 

Day high schools in cities and towns in Groups I, II, and III. {6-S-S system. 
Grades X, XI, and XII.) 

Day high schools in cities and towns in Groups I, II, and III. (8-4 system.) 

Expenditures for high school education in Group IV, which are towns not 
maintaining public high schools. 

Persons 5 to 16 years of age, October 1, 1950, classified in the two age groups. 
5 to 7 and 7 to 16. In each group there is given the number in the regis- 
tration of minors in public schools, and in private scho@ls; also the distribu- 
tion of such minors in the membership of the schools of the State. 

Illiterate minors, 16 to 21 years of age, October 1, 1950. 

Pupils in each grade. {8-4 system.) Membership in public day schools, 

October 1, 1950, classified as to grade. 
Pupils in each grade. (6-8-3 system.) Membership in pubUc day schools 

October 1, 1950, classified as to grade. 
Training of Teachers. (Elementary, Junior High, High.) 
214-222A. School Buildings. Distributed by schools. 
223. Total valuation of school property. 



34, 35. 



36, 37. 

38-48. 



49. 

50. 

51-53. 

54-67 

68-81. 

82-94. 

95-107. 

108-121. 
122-129. 

130-141. 



142, 143. 
144-163. 

164-183. 
184-213. 



INDEX OF CITIES AND TOWNS. 

The number preceding the name of the city or town indicates its place in the table that follows. 



114 Abington 

169 Acton 
237 Acushnet 

73 Adams 
86 Agawam 

340 Alford 
80 Amesbury 
79 Amherst 
71 Andover 
41 ArUngton 

252 Ashburnham 

218 Ashby 

227 Ashfield 

159 Ashland 

74 Athol 

32 Attleboro 

95 Auburn 
187 Avon 
134 Ayer 

83 Barnstable 

170 Barre 
302 Becket 
233 Bedford 

160 Belchertown 
149 BeUingham 

45 Belmont 
283 Berkley 
278 Berlin 
224 Bernardston 

28 Beverly 



78 Billerica 
136 Blackstone 
310 Blandford 
292 Bolton 
1 Boston 
133 Bourne 
321 Boxborough 
295 Boxford 
269 Boylston 

47 Braintree 
291 Brewster 

91 Bridgewater 
224 Brimfield 

14 Brockton 
215 Brook field 

40 Brookline 
272 Buckland 

175 Burlington 

4 Cambridge 
110 Canton 
297 Carlisle 
274 Carver 
228 Charlemont 

176 Charlton 
197 Chatham 

92 Chelmsford 
25 Chelsea 

264 Cheshire 
221 Chester 
314 Chesterfield 



18 Chicopee 
343 ChUmark 
276 Clarksburg 

70 Chnton 
156 Cohasset 
273 Coh-ain 

96 Concord 
299 Conway 
309 Cummington 

140 Dalton 

61 Danvers 

77 Dartmouth 

54 Dedham 
179 Deerfield 
253 Dennis 
181 Dighton 
191 Douglas 
211 Dover 

98 Dracut 

234 Dudley 
312 Dunstable 
174 Duxbury 

144 E. Bridgewater 
285 E. Brookfield 
298 Eastham 
81 Easthampton 

235 E. Longmeadow 
123 Easton 

217 Edgartown 



Ft. 11. 

305 Egremont 
279 Erving 
266 Essex 

21 Everett 

69 Fairhaven 

5 Fall River 

100 Falmouth 

22 Fitchburg 
315 Florida 

116 Foxborough 
44 Framingham 
106 Franklin 

259 Freetown 

37 Gardner 

349 Gay Head 

198 Georgetown 
288 Gill 

30 Gloucester 

331 Goahen 

350 Gosnold 
103 Grafton 
265 Granby 
304 Granville 

121 Great Barrington 
56 Greenfield 

182 Groton 
201 Groveland 

190 Hadley 
293 Halifax 
186 Hamilton 
281 Hampden 
320 Hancock 
171 Hanover 
243 Hanson 

199 Hardwick 
153 Harvard 
188 Harwich 
203 Hatfield 

19 Haverhill 

337 Hawley 

332 Heath 
82 Hingham 

275 Hinsdale 

150 Holbrook 

128 Holden 
325 Holland 

157 Holliston 
16 Holyoke 

161 Hopedale 

162 Hopkinton 
287 Hubbardston 
105 Hudson 

242 Hull 

222 Huntington 

120 Ipswich 

164 Kingston 

260 Lakeville 

158 Lancaster 
263 Lanesborough 

12 Lawrence 

141 Lee 

129 Leicester 
168 Lenox 

31 Leominster 
301 Leverett 

58 Lexington 

333 Leyden 

255 Lincoln 

200 Littleton 
231 Longmeadow 

9 Lowell 

97 Ludlow 

152 Lunenburg 

8 Lynn 

240 Lynnfield 

15 Maiden 

183 Manchester 
113 Mansfield 

65 Marblehead 

256 Marion 

38 Marlborough 
173 Marshfield 
322 Mashpee 

257 Mattapoisett 
119 Maynard 

142 Medfield 
13 Medford 



155 Medway 

29 Melrose 
213 Mendon 
185 Merrimao 

46 Methuen 

87 Middleborough 
334 Middlefield 
244 Middleton 

63 Milford 
104 Millbury 

193 Millis 
268 Millville 

48 Milton 

344 Monroe 
124 Monson 
108 Montague 
326 Monterey 

345 Montgomery 

351 Mount Washington 

251 Nahant 
167 Nantucket 

51 Natick 

60 Needham 
347 New Ashford 
6 New Bedford 
316 New Braintree 
262 Newbury 

39 Newburyport 
226 New Marlborough 
231 New Salem 

11 Newton 
248 Norfolk 

34 North Adama 

27 Northampton 
101 North Andover 

72 North Attleborough 
178 Northborough 

85 Northbridge 
165 North Brookfield 
202 Northfield 
236 North Reading 
146 Norton 
196 Norwell 
59 Nor wood 

216 Oak Bluffs 
318 Oakham 

130 Orange 
210 Orleans 
328 Otis 

131 Oxford 

90 Palmer 

289 Paxton 
33 Peabody 

311 Pelham 

194 Pembroke 
163 Pepperell 

346 Peru 

229 Petersham 
308 Phillipston 

17 Pittsfield 
339 Plainfield 
205 Plainville 

66 Plymouth 
306 Plympton 

290 Princeton 
154 Provincetown 

10 Quincy 

89 Randolph 
254 Raynham 

64 Reading 
241 Rehoboth 

26 Revere 
303 Richmond 
280 Rochester 

93 Rockland 
148 Rockport 
342 Rowe 
267 Rowley 
300 Royalston 
282 RusseU 
180 Rutland 

23 Salem 
249 Salisbury 
323 Sandisfield 
220 Sandwich 

57 Saugua 
335 Savoy 



127 Scituate 
232 Seekonk 
139 Sharon 

207 Sheffield 
209 Shelburne 
284 Sherborn 
238 Shirley 

84 Shrewsbury 
341 Shutesbury 

99 Somerset 
7 Somerville 
277 Southampton 
189 Southborough 

55 Southbridge 

88 South Hadley 

245 Southwick 
115 Spencer 

3 Springfield 
258 Sterling 
204 Stockbridge 

68 Stoneham 

76 Stoughton 
212 Stow 

246 Sturbridge 
192 Sudbury 
296 Sunderland 
177 Sutton 

75 Swampscott 
125 Swansea 

24 Taunton 
143 Templeton 

111 Tewksbury 

208 Tisbury 
348 Tolland 
219 Topsfield 
184 Townsend 
307 Truro 

261 Tyngsborough 
338 Tyringham 

250 Upton 
118 Uxbridge 

52 Wakefield 
313 Wales 

94 Walpole 

20 Waltham 
109 Ware 
107 Wareham 
166 Warren 
324 Warwick 
336 Washington 

42 Watertown 
145 Wayland 

67 Webster 

49 Wellesley 
225 Wellfleet 
330 Wendell 
271 Wenham 

112 Westborough 
195 West Boylston 
151 West Bridgewater 
270 West Brookfield 

35 Westfield 
147 Westford 
319 Wesihampton 
247 Westminster 
214 West Newbury 
138 Weston 

137 Westport 

50 West Springfield 
286 West Stockbridge 
329 West Tisbury 
132 Westwood 

43 Weymouth 
294 Whately 
102 Whitman 
239 Wilbraham 
206 Williamsburg 
126 Williamstown 
117 Wilmington 
122 Winchendon 

62 Winchester 
327 Windsor 
53 Winthrop 

36 Woburn 

2 Worcester 
317 Worthington 
135 Wrentham 

172 Yarmouth 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities 







rl 


Teaching Staff in 


4ll Public Day 




o 




Schools - 


— Kindergarten. Elementakt, 




g 


Junior High, High 


— Jan. 


1, 


1951 
















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1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield 

4 Cambridge 

5 Fall River 

6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville 

8 Lynn . 

9 Lowell 

10 Quincy 

1 1 Newton 

12 Lawrence 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 

16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Chicopee 

19 HaverhiU 

20 Waltham 

21 Everett 

22 Fitchburg 

23 Salem . 

24 Taunton 

25 Chelsea 

26 Revere 

27 Northampton 

28 Beverly 

29 Melrose 

30 Gloucester 

31 Leominster 

32 Attleboro 

33 Peabcdy 

34 North Adams 

35 Westfield . 

36 Woburn 

37 Gardner 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 

Total 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


790,863 


$1,568,460,500 


98 


119 


3,3,17 


3,534 


_ 


201,885 


310,705,900 


61 


11 


909 


981 


- 


162,601 


289,897,495 


32 


15 


739 


786 


- 


120,676 


209,894,800 


18 


14 


486 


518 


17 


111,759 


122,893,950 


29 


13 


421 


463 


- 


109,033 


116,751,550 


34 


22 


483 


539 


1 


102,254 


128,200,250 


11 


8 


519 


538 


1 


99,621 


137,836,695 


16 


12 


462 


490 


1 


96,523 


106,064,650 


15 


- 


390 


405 


- 


83,190 


147,652,100 


17 


6 


467 


490 


- 


80,996 


203,297,850 


19 


13 


476 


508 


36 


80,427 


89,574,100 


23 


12 


313 


348 


- 


66,109 


89,718,100 


16 


10 


374 


400 


1 


62,856 


79,192,760 


12 


8 


319 


339 


3 


59,779 


79,056,700 


12 


9 


300 


321 


- 


54,441 


79,212,010 


11 


1 


196 


208 


_ 


63,055 


97,061,185 


19 


17 


285 


321 


- 


48,939 


48,981,660 


9 


3 


180 


192 


1 


47,213 


59,304,625 


6 


7 


206 


219 


- 


47,198 


64,803,350 


9 


7 


229 


245 


2 


45,789 


95,838,460 


8 


10 


286 


304 


_ 


42,671 


60,054,975 


4 


7 


143 


154 


2 


41,842 


57,791,240 


6 


7 


187 


200 


1 


40,056 


38,497,480 


7 


8 


209 


224 


2 


39,038 


44,425,760 


7 


16 


198 


221 


- 


36,663 


63,455,100 


7 


10 


239 


256 


_ 


28,998 


30,847,340 


4 


8 


116 


128 


5 


28,865 


42,873,650 


9 


6 


169 


184 


5 


26,919 


42,610,100 


5 


6 


173 


184 


- 


25,048 


42,290,975 


2 


9 


149 


160 


- 


24,084 


27,467,526 


2 


_ 


108 


110 


6 


23,665 


35,064,860 


7 


6 


125 


138 


4 


22,647 


25,916,176 


10 


6 


123 


139 


1 


21,475 


22,290,647 


7 


- 


127 


134 


7 


20,961 


24,619,673 


6 


5 


115 


126 


1 


20,269 


26,460,115 


2 


4 


117 


123 


- 


19,617 


24,189,389 


1 


4 


86 


91 


1 


15,741 


16,694,383 


3 


5 


70 


78 


- 


14,073 


13,702,920 


3 


3 


74 


80 


4 


3,017,729 


$4,751,640,767 


567 


427 


13,885 


14,879 


102 



1 Preliminary counts, July 7, 1850 



Pt. II. 







Geoup I. 


Cities 








Pupils in All Public Da-j 


Schools - 


— KlNDERQAHTEN, ElEMBNTART, JuNIOR HiGH, 


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ENDING June 30, 1951 






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a 


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< 


< 


Pm 


2 


'z 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


93,257 


13,895,261 


77,548 


179 


86,322 


532 


396 


86,458 


25,401 


4,235,362 


23,166 


181 


24,786 


- 


158 


24,628 


19,903 


3,129,718 


17,276 


181 


18,854 


- 


678 


18,176 


11,165 


1,675,378 


9,348 


179 


10,273 


7 


81 


10,199 


11,787 


1,838,639 


10,479 


180 


11,213 


- 


168 


11,045 


11,732 


1,888,812 


10,503 


180 


11,249 


1 


111 


11,139 


12,709 


1,966,112 


11,230 


175 


12,229 


9 


50 


12,188 


11,174 


1,781,214 


10,087 


177 


10,878 


1 


84 


10,795 


9,028 


1,390,980 


7,849 


178 


8,451 


- 


178 


8,273 


12,468 


1,928,646 


10,979 


176 


11,774 


7 


60 


11,731 


12,007 


1,940,376 


10,836 


179 


11,725 


1 


69 


11,657 


7,196 


1,164,588 


6,536 


179 


6,897 


- 


23 


6,874 


9,315 


1,477,022 


8,424 


175 


9,055 


- 


62 


8,993 


8,735 


1,422,385 


8,067 


179 


8,524 


1 


59 


8,466 


7,552 


1,201,542 


6,692 


180 


7,204 


- 


73 


7,131 


5,129 


817,076 


4,528 


181 


4,823 


_ 


16 


4,807 


7,993 


1,282,881 


7,069 


180 


7,697 


— 


213 


7,484 


6,077 


817,578 


4,507 


181 


4,851 


— 


6 


4,845 


5,295 


785,332 


4,805 


175 


5,107 


- 


140 


4,967 


5,773 


909,532 


5,229 


173 


5,602 


11 


19 


5,594 


6,870 


1,096,598 


6,175 


178 


6,637 


14 


42 


6,609 


3,988 


638,421 


3,577 


178 


3,834 


- 


66 


3,768 


3.899 


608,877 


3,471 


175 


3,723 


- 


14 


3,709 


5,020 


806,691 


4,620 


175 


4,934 


- 


138 


4,796 


5,159 


798,701 


4,491 


179 


4,957 


57 


15 


4,999 


5,703 


885,683 


5,015 


180 


5,504 


_ 


48 


5,456 


2,821 


468,858 


2,600 


180 


2,748 


6 


66 


2,688 


3,872 


635,214 


3,557 


180 


3,778 


3 


69 


3,712 


4,185 


733,134 


3,793 


180 


4,052 


- 


41 


4,011 


3,971 


630,324 


3,643 


175 


3,858 


3 


88 


3,773 


2,652 


419,746 


2,399 


181 


2,.532 


_ 


34 


2,498 


3,531 


569,962 


3,159 


180 


3,390 


_ 


6 


3,384 


2,864 


476,903 


2,687 


178 


2,873 


4 


6 


2,871 


3,053 


480,783 


2,749 


175 


2,968 


- 


138 


2,830 


2,978 


495,867 


2,749 


180 


2,917 


- 


198 


2,719 


2,866 


457,368 


2,607 


177 


2,790 


25 


87 


2,728 


2,029 


323,027 


1,929 


169 


1,964 


— 


64 


1,900 


2,022 


310,248 


1,766 


177 


1,903 


2 


33 


1,872 


1,803 


281,463 


1,599 


180 


1,731 


- 


- 


1,731 


361,982 


56,669,302 


317.744 


178 


344,607 


684 


3,787 


341,504 



P.D. 2 



Group I. Cities — Continued 









Itemized ExPENDiTtrRES tor Suppobt 


OF ALL Public 








4 

D.2 








a 
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CITIES 












1 














2 


S 












1 




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§ 




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2 








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16 




17 




18 




19 




1 


Boston 


. $1,590,854 96 


$15,048,444 70 


$146,831 


25 


$917,131 


07 


2 


Worcester 


120,523 


46 


3,898,711 


02 


32,442 


47 


160,818 


15 


3 


Springfield 


150,424 


50 


3,256,341 


93 


27,636 


21 


173,664 


47 


4 


Cambridge . 


96,260 


76 


2,195,183 


05 


39,460 62 


75,799 40 


5 


FaU River . 


55,807 


17 


1,622,512 


54 


30,106 


72 


49,256 


18 


6 


New Bedford 


92,959 


95 


1,678,508 03 


22,681 


36 


42,089 44 


7 


Somerville . 


51,907 


19 


2,003,770 


68 


21,630 08 


53,366 


43 


8 


Lynn . 


70,988 


17 


1,966,468 


24 


32,391 


06 


80,262 03 


9 


Lowell 


47,981 


90 


1,624,491 


35 


45,200 


13 


41,925 


33 


10 


Quincy 


67,985 


12 


1,643,601 


14 


30,601 


41 


72,815 


76 


11 


Newton 


86,240 


56 


2,119,347 


63 


32,483 


65 


173,264 


66 


12 


Lawrence 


42,854 


22 


1,325,420 


48 


19,491 


34 


21,795 


38 


13 


Medford 


45,597 


23 


1,547,315 


63 


29,010 


63 


50,136 


99 


14 


Brockton 


28,990 


23 


1,163,447 


21 


17,019 


70 


34,286 


50 


15 


Maiden 


30,815 


98 


1,148,094 


68 


15,218 


35 


50,702 


18 


16 


Holyoke 


33,674 


02 


751,639 


23 


12,509 


14 


27,961 


38 


17 


Pittsfield 


28,848 


38 


1,173,819 


18 


18,377 


72 


74,166 


31 


18 


Chicopee 


28,212 


16 


648,993 


96 


15,833 


16 


26,081 


52 


19 


Haverhill 


24,520 


52 


739,277 


15 


14,771 


64 


34,659 


65 


20 


Waltham 


25,830 


30 


894,066 


33 


7,554 


35 


30,155 


66 


21 


Everett 


35,723 


99 


1,106,130 


72 


10,937 


12 


43,337 


88 


22 


Fitchburg 


21,410 


91 


639,735 


37 


8,609 


79 


30,606 


21 


23 


Salem . 


29,653 


04 


731,215 


39 


11,092 


71 


26,471 


40 


24 


Taunton 


28,089 


55 


705,411 


07 


9,649 


37 


22,932 


45 


25 


Chelsea 


22,351 


07 


772,288 30 


11,426 


14 


36,045 


52 


26 


Revere 


27,272 


14 


886,748 


98 


15,923 


20 


51,586 


41 


27 


Northampton 


16,459 


72 


421,967 


44 


7,244 


77 


10,579 


15 


28 


Beverly 


26,900 


63 


604,291 


50 


13,035 


86 


24,114 


76 


29 


Melrose 


19,431 


06 


660,773 


05 


20,431 


75 


37,584 


48 


30 


Gloucester . 


24,160 85 


512,660 


14 


7,549 


02 


16,453 


28 


31 


Leominster . 


21,334 


05 


412,727 


86 


2,689 


92 


15,134 


72 


32 


Attleboro 


17,391 


70 


449,764 


80 


8,221 


76 


19,349 


66 


33 


Peabody 


21,893 


73 


458,713 


55 


7,840 


85 


20,171 


05 


34 


North Adams 


16,538 


30 


444,798 


54 


8,332 


37 


26,384 


61 


35 


Westfield 


19,272 


30 


450,050 


38 


5,880 


14 


18,086 


69 


36 


Woburn 


15,632 


81 


438,830 


28 


10,113 


28 


21,687 


68 


37 


Gardner 


13,168 02 


308,167 


63 


8,135 


84 


13,546 


74 


38 


Marlborough 


12,549 


89 


230,746 


89 


5,142 


08 


12,748 


40 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


12,245 


62 


249,224 


81 


4,411 


22 


13,079 


86 




. $3,122,756 


16 


$56,933,700 86 


$787,918 18 


$2,650,239 


44 



Pt. II. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Schools — Dat, 


Evening 


, Vacation — 


Ybab 


ending 


June 30 


1951 






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20 




21 


22 


23 




24 


25 


$2,123,757 98 
677,007 47 
640,407 71 
373,636 36 
259,110 55 


Sl,317,110 96 
97,272 28 

276,659 14 
32,465 51 

153,638 24 


S164 45 
447 79 


$366,941 

99,382 

106,191 

73,656 

26,896 


28 
84 
32 
93 
63 


$21,329 85 

44,859 05 

48,535 06 

7,917 04 

14,840 00 


- 


278,074 
273,962 
381,733 
384,596 
278,625 


53 
66 
65 
18 
64 


73,905 02 

158,818 94 

166,224 46 

9,330 26 

147,699 96 


883 77 
422 45 


24,872 
40,519 
56,227 
34,840 
19,457 


38 
32 

82 
14 
58 


19,430 33 

15,646 00 

5,426 00 

4,550 00 

18,832 50 


- 


371,919 
222,271 
234,780 
203,001 
197,129 


70 
31 
80 
69 
25 


192,295 51 

101,628 31 

60,503 65 

77,343 88 

49,966 55 


7,236 39 

7,332 83 
3,747 47 
1,669 63 


47,140 44 
44,323 90 
24,122 35 
23,198 03 
17,890 82 


14,689 00 

192 00 

12,532 00 

4,993 30 


- 


133,979 
210,833 
117,692 
130,462 
142,785 


86 
25 
29 
05 

87 


82,213 80 
58,448 41 
9,117 34 
61,415 29 
47,690 65 


1,191 49 
900 00 

340 92 
127 99 


13,206 
19,382 
16,154 
14,594 
16,066 


14 
11 
31 
25 
36 


12,707 39 
23,430 74 
24,561 52 
19,117 50 
16,827 95 


$216 15 


173,615 68 
153,987 97 
119,246 28 
125,090 67 
109,611 69 


122,185 80 
43,382 53 
73,763 87 
39,474 98 
57,025 43 


486 10 

1,238 70 

369 85 

105 05 


22,567 

9,181 

9,104 

13,509 

12,222 


11 
45 
34 
43 
00 


12,544 61 

5,592 00 

19,069 85 


1,403 20 


167,195 
70,481 
118,460 
102,606 
116,201 


90 
12 
66 
37 
39 


208,159 41 
13,904 43 
66,344 98 
61,963 86 
42,075 97 


100 00 

1,618 66 
1,376 92 


24,144 
11,477 
16,125 
13,495 
12,354 


11 
37 

52 
00 
58 


12,633 49 
14,292 33 
10,049 18 
1,070 00 
16,000 00 


171 55 
80 00 


71,988 71 
63,557 18 
108,528 96 
67,034 11 
68,778 77 


12,709 07 
47,487 08 
11,402 42 
26,325 52 
55,456 22 


444 05 
245 63 
509 02 
151 67 


7,000 
9,058 
14,605 
8,267 
5,240 


00 
21 
25 
91 
09 


13,315 00 
23,078 17 
9,820 06 
10,985 16 
38,394 75 


- 


81,673 
49,087 
33,743 
40,754 


60 
73 

67 
86 


24,484 83 

20,303 13 

8,888 69 

14,436 64 


1,799 67 
194 82 
118 00 


11,454 
6,486 
4,795 
7,390 


12 
58 
71 
51 


3,220 00 

7,360 57 

15,093 50 

3,507 90 


183 50 


$9,477,314 


12 


$4,123,523 02 


$33,223 32 


$1,303,544 24 


$546,443 80 


$2,054 40 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



P.D. 2. 



Itemized Expenditures for Support of All 

Public Schools — Dat, Evening. Vacation 

— Year ending June 30, 1951 — Con. 



expendituhb 
ending June 



CITIES 



•3.2 
a a 



&c.: 



1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield 

4 Cambridge 

5 FaU River 

6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville 

8 Lynn . 

9 Lowell 

10 Quincy 

1 1 Newton 

12 Lawrence 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 

16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Chicopee 

19 Haverhill 

20 Waltham 

21 Everett 

22 Fitchburg 

23 Salem . 

24 Taunton 

25 Chelsea 

26 Revere 

27 Northampton 

28 Beveriy 

29 Melrose 

30 Gloucester 

31 Leominster 

32 Attleboro 

33 Peabody 

34 North Adams 

35 Westfield 

36 Woburn 

37 Gardner 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 

Total 



26 


27 


28 


29 


i63,258 80 

1,446 15 

106 09 

928 57 

260 34 


$392,005 72 

121,753 59 

45,676 86 

44,494 20 

28,731 69 


$21,987,666 57 
5,254,380 93 
4,725,643 29 
2,940,250 23 
2,241,160 06 


$68,160 16 
755,932 87 
295,188 17 

72,843 54 


104 00 

2,559 15 

2,817 09 

861 40 

690 18 


182,829 05 
37,302 52 
45,819 76 
14,074 26 
20,946 23 


2,416,337 86 
2,659,905 42 
2,808,358 28 
2,207,850 95 
2,301,255 52 


44,195 35 

414,686 45 
344,392 14 


746 06 
553 69 
302 86 
334 77 
693 83 


39,487 89 
10,592 19 
23,234 61 
20,711 15 
£1,720 94 


3,084,851 49 
1,789,122 82 
2,034,869 58 
1,577,073 93 
1,533,902 21 


1,370,956 29 
152,239 23 


150 29 

310 01 

69 15 

1,050 57 

3,060 97 


30,657 49 
23,077 10 
17,102 46 
6,964 32 
20,717 85 


1,099,890 23 
1,631,593 21 
903,817 87 
1,047,163 86 
1,205,100 43 


270,531 74 

86,170 25 

357,103 45 

5.787 37 


3,830 46 

728 51 

14,440 31 

257 80 

433 47 


70,431 09 
14,091 90 
8,504 85 
7,167 23 


1,518,328 76 
991,104 54 

1,035,909 94 
972,359 87 

1,030,079 10 


121,890 16 


1,189 82 
679 59 
390 99 
501 69 


8,991 39 

2,370 56 

65,903 96 

15,067 32 

18,719 98 


1,402,655 03 
570,238 26 
945,886 64 
934,432 64 
768,053 82 


8,491 68 

77,256 86 
500 00 


529 30 
882 97 
149 16 
146 58 


2,258 38 
12,187 81 
16,992 60 
20,824 37 
10,642 55 


559,157 71 
651,069 72 
671,097 07 
630,149 07 
672,100 14 


27,316 40 
531,687 84 
297,334 89 

4 16 


328 10 
380 95 
208 00 


337 28 
1,401 56 
1,674 67 
3,780 31 


607,333 88 
429,785 57 
326,142 77 
349,157 73 


7,198 58 
23.654 61 


$105,281 67 


$1,429,237 69 


$80,515,236 90 


$5,333,422 19 



Pt. II. 





Group I. 


Cities — 


- Continued 






FOB Outlay, Yeah 
30. 1951 


Valuation of 

1950 per popil 

IN Net Average 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1951 


Expenditure for 

School Support from 

Local Taxation, 

City Fiscal Year 

next phecedtnq 

June 30, 1951, 

per $1,000 Valuation 


Rate op Total Tax 
per $1,000 
Valuation, 1950 


1 


3 
o 


1 




_ 


„ 




^^ 


1 

V 


o 
H 




§ 

e 
< 


go 


1 ^1 

1 r 


o 

a 
< 


go 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 35 


36 


37 


$57,012 67 
41,514 15 
14,877 20 
33,523 79 


$68,160 16 
812,945 54 
336,702 32 
14,877 20 
106,367 33 


$18,141 
12,616 
15,949 
20,580 
11,127 


2 

14 

5 

1 

21 


$12 94 34 

15 00 18 

14 31 24 

9 81 39 

14 01 25 


$63 00 

48 80 
45 00 
39 70 

49 80 


1 
17 
28 
36 
15 


46,153 39 
2,680 58 
11.445 75 
60,055 35 
39,411 98 


46,153 39 

46,875 93 

11,445 75 

474,741 80 

383,804 12 


10,392 
10,519 
12,769 
12,821 
12,586 


26 
25 
12 
11 
15 


15 43 14 

16 16 12 
14 54 23 
14 74 22 
13 99 26 


48 00 
54 90 

54 00 

55 80 
45 20 


20 
8 
9 

7 
27 


48,718 58 
4,231 10 

19,311 11 
9,983 50 

18,650 44 


1,419,674 87 

4,231 10 

171,550 34 

9,983 50 

18,650 44 


17,440 

13,031 

9,976 

9,354 

11,086 


3 

9 

29 

31 

22 


13 65 32 
13 89 28 
17 99 8 
15 01 17 
15 35 16 


36 00 
47 80 
51 80 
53 80 
47 80 


39 
21 
12 
10 
22 


4,027 68 
36,282 27 
13,049 93 

7,859 76 
15.841 35 


274,559 42 

122,452 52 

370,153 38 

7,859 76 

21,628 72 


16,478 
12,969 
10,110 
11,940 
11,584 


4 
10 
28 
16 
17 


11 93 37 

12 55 35 

12 54 36 

13 69 31 
13 91 27 


37 50 
37 80 
43 00 
51 20 
46 00 


38 
37 
31 
13 
25 


13.032 00 
14.174 31 
12,303 10 


13,032 00 

14,174 31 

134,193 26 


14,501 
15,938 
15,581 
8.027 
8,887 


8 

6 

7 

37 

36 


13 88 29 
10 36 38 

14 95 19 
17 25 10 
19 23 5 


43 80 
48 60 
56 00 
47 20 
62 00 


29 
19 

6 
24 

2 


1,390 09 

13,204 93 
6,072 02 


9,881 77 

90,461 79 
6,572 02 


9,797 
11,476 
11,550 
10,623 
11,209 


30 
19 
18 
24 
20 


22 11 1 

14 94 20 
16 93 11 
18 06 7 

15 41 15 


57 00 
43 20 
48 60 
42 00 
50 60 


4 
30 
18 
32 
14 


4,547 48 

4,023 17 

2,856 50 

475 40 

882 28 


31,863 88 

535,711 01 

300,191 39 

475 40 

886 44 


10,996 
10,362 
9,027 
7,877 
9,055 


23 
27 
34 
39 
33 


15 95 13 
14 74 21 
20 22 3 
20 21 4 
20 26 2 


49 00 
41 00 
52 00 
57 00 
47 50 


16 
34 
11 
S 
23 


409 28 
7,909 10 


409 28 
15,107 68 
23,554 61 


9,329 

12,731 

8,918 

7,916 


32 
13 
35 
38 


18 79 6 
13 23 33 
13 82 30 
17 58 9 


41 80 
40 00 
45 80 
56 40 


33 

35 

26 

5 


S565.910 24 


$5,899,332 43 


813,910 


- 


$14 04 


- 


- 



10 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Expenditure for Support op All Public Day Schools 

next preceding 



















FROM 


STATF. 








FROM LOCAL TAXATION 


REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 




CITIES 












GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 


















a o 








1 




3 >J2 






C 




■ft© ffi 

3 >^ 


.Sft 






O 

a 
< 




ftca g 


0. 

'4 


^2 


c 
£ 
< 






-si 






38 




39 


40 


41 




42 


43 


1 


Boston 


$20,302,731 


75 


$234 83 


2 


$1,539,002 


77 


$17 80 


35 


2 


Worcester 


4,661,346 


50 


189 


27 


11 


497,189 


03 


20 


19 


34 


3 


Springfield 


4,148,296 


52 


228 


23 


4 


229,966 


97 


12 


65 


38 


4 


Cambridge . 


2,058,449 


35 


201 


83 


6 


215,472 


39 


21 


13 


33 


5 


Fall River . 


1,722,022 


94 


155 


91 


33 


.533,834 


92 


48 


33 


2 


6 


New Bedford 


1,785,649 


98 


160 


31 


31 


408,913 09 


36 


71 


15 


7 


Somerville . 


2,072,127 


92 


170 


01 


25 


481,371 


14 


39 


50 


9 


8 


Lynn . 


2,004,751 


84 


185 


71 


13 


263,431 


93 


24 


40 


30 


9 


Lowell 


1,563,166 


54 


188 


95 


12 


496,057 


22 


59 


96 


1 


10 


Quincy 


2,065,303 


27 


176 


06 


18 


204,691 


50 


17 


45 


36 


11 


Newton 


2,774,425 


10 


238 


00 


1 


106,391 


10 


9 


13 


39 


12 


Lawrence 


1,244,418 


75 


181 


03 


16 


311,584 


19 


45 


33 


5 


13 


Medford 


1,613,765 73 


179 


45 


17 


274,776 


13 


30 


55 


23 


14 


Brockton 


1,188,357 


51 


140 


37 


35 


216,610 05 


25 


59 


28 


15 


Maiden 


1,213,209 


73 


170 


13 


24 


258,612 


01 


36 


27 


16 


16 


Holyoke 


945,375 


58 


196 


67 


8 


121,399 


87 


25 


25 


29 


17 


Pittsfield 


1,218,402 


69 


162 


80 


29 


222,907 


48 


29 


78 


24 


18 


Chicopee 


614,391 


22 


126 


81 


38 


205,459 


82 


42 


41 


6 


19 


Haverhill 


811,905 


73 


163 


46 


28 


188,544 


44 


37 


96 


13 


20 


Waltham 


901,675 08 


161 


19 


30 


199,213 


12 


35 


61 


18 


21 


Everett 


1,329,755 


66 


201 


20 


7 


113,673 


76 


17 


20 


37 


22 


Fitchburg 


622,048 45 


165 


09 


27 


174,609 


68 


46 


34 


4 


23 


Salem . 


864,075 


33 


232 


97 


3 


130,568 46 


35 


20 


20 


24 


Taunton 


663,983 


61 


138 44 


37 


186,140 


60 


38 


81 


11 


25 


Chelsea 


854,427 


72 


170 


92 


23 


177,530 


18 


35 


51 


19 


26 


Revere 


1,181,725 36 


216 


59 


5 


178,404 


36 


32 


70 


21 


27 


Northampton 


460,737 


SO 


171 


41 


22 


77,028 


11 


28 


66 


25 


28 


Beverly 


725,858 


47 


195 


54 


9 


87,666 


83 


23 


62 


31 


29 


Melrose 


769,364 


70 


191 


81 


10 


86,136 


43 


21 


48 


32 


30 


Gloucester 


651,484 


39 


172 


67 


21 


99,669 


19 


26 


42 


27 


31 


Leominster . 


438,065 


93 


175 


37 


19 


117,611 


88 


47 


08 


3 


32 


Attleboro 


516,734 


27 


152 


70 


34 


93,324 


03 


27 


58 


26 


33 


Peabody 


524,089 


54 


182 


55 


15 


89,950 


42 


31 


33 


22 


34 


North Adams 


450,514 


48 


159 


19 


32 


109,760 


99 


38 


78 


12 


35 


Westfield 


498,799 


83 


183 


45 


14 


112,652 


23 


41 


43 


7 


36 


Woburn 


478,124 33 


175 


27 


20 


98,602 


06 


36 


14 


17 


37 


Gardner 


319,946 


03 


168 


39 


26 


72,084 


78 


37 


94 


14 


38 


Marlborough 


230,791 


67 


123 


29 


39 


73,775 


14 


39 


41 


10 


39. 


Newburyport 
Total 


240,935 


82 


139 


19 


36 


68,405 


21 


39 


52 


8 




$66,731,237 


12 


$195 


35 


- 


$9,123,023 51 


$26 71 


- 



Pt. II. 



11 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



— Classified 


S.S TO Source, 


City Fiscal Year 






Amount Paid to 


Citt 


JuNB 30, 1951 














FROM 


— 




t" i, « 


j3 
















CS 


< 


03 -t^ 


o 




FROM ALL SOtTRCES 




.«5 




o 


^ o 


From receipt) 
tuition and 
portation of 
wards 


a 

o 












School Fund, i 
Gen. Laws (C 
1948) on No^ 
1950. 




a 
c 
S 
H 

"o 
o 

03 


OQpO 


3 
O 

s 
< 


Per pupil in 
average 
member- 
ship 


Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 


Group I in 
net average 
member- 
ship 


— ro _- 
20 a 


44 


45 




46 


47A 


47B 


48 


49 






50 


$46,368 49 


$49,290 


14 


.121,937,393 15 


8254 13 


$253 73 


2 


$1,539,002 77 




_ 


5,387 10 


140,777 


57 


5,304,700 20 


214 02 


215 39 


19 


486,386 


21 




- 


6,891 40 


115,574 


07 


4,500,728 96 


238 71 


247 62 


6 


226,214 


54 




- 


7,346 83 


46,233 


40 


2,327,501 97 


226 56 


228 21 


12 


214,972 


39 




- 


1,958 63 


43,753 


91 


2,301, .570 40 


205 26 


208 38 


27 


532,834 


92 




- 


5,249 89 


161,656 


88 


2,361,469 84 


209 93 


212 00 


22 


404,896 


87 




_ 


5,967 29 


10,598 


12 


2,570,064 47 


210 16 


210 87 


24 


480,871 


14 




- 


2,677 38 


239,481 


15 


2,510,342 30 


230 77 


232 55 


11 


258,685 87 




- 


9,813 28 


12,740 


40 


2,081,777 44 


246 34 


251 64 


3 


495,557 


22 




- 


9,167 97 


14,601 


86 


2,293,764 60 


194 82 


195 53 


33 


204,691 


50 




- 


1,372 67 


19,862 


08 


2,902,050 95 


247 51 


248 95 


5 


106,391 


10 




_ 


1,144 00 


1,518 


25 


1,558,665 19 


225 99 


226 75 


13 


311,584 


19 




- 


8,962 96 


46,675 


04 


1,944,179 86 


214 71 


216 19 


18 


274,276 


13 




- 


6,252 51 


5,960 


96 


1,417,181 03 


166 26 


167 40 


38 


216,610 


05 




- 


16,874 84 


19,225 


33 


1,507,921 91 


209 32 


211 46 


23 


258,612 01 




- 


3,468 59 


86,782 


79 


1,1.57,026 83 


239 90 


240 70 


8 


121,399 


87 




_ 


1,636 94 


52,525 


60 


1,495,472 71 


194 29 


199 82 


31 


222,907 


48 




- 


658 69 


20,826 


82 


841,336 55 


173 44 


173 65 


37 


205,459 


82 




- 


10,427 99 


12,474 42 


1,023,352 58 


200 38 


206 03 


28 


188,544 


44 




- 


1,375 64 


13,639 


47 


1,115,903 31 


199 20 


199 48 


32 


199,213 


12 




. - 


8,650 98 


28,193 


29 


1,480,273 69 


223 03 


223 98 


15 


113,673 


76 




_ 


2,118 56 


80,015 


31 


878,792 00 


229 21 


233 23 


10 


174,609 


68 




- 


3,172 24 


17,693 


50 


1,015,509 53 


272 77 


273 80 


1 


130,568 


46 




- 


5,375 48 


17,966 


32 


873,466 01 


177 03 


182 12 


36 


186,140 


60 




_ 


1,784 39 


14,838 


93 


1,048,581 22 


211 54 


209 76 


25 


177,030 


18 




- 


7,626 57 


696 


56 


1,368,452 85 


248 63 


250 82 


4 


178,404 


36 




_ 


2,189 25 


11,773 


64 


551,728 80 


200 77 


205 26 


29 


77,028 


11 




- 


2,865 97 


68,068 


40 


884,459 67 


234 11 


238 27 


9 


87,666 


83 




- 


4,841 53 


11,492 


12 


871,834 78 


215 16 


217 36 


17 


86,136 


43 




_ 


1,393 41 


15,3.57 


14 


767,904 13 


199 04 


203 53 


30 


99,669 


19 




- 


2,283 29 


3,372 


50 


561,333 60 


221 70 


224 71 


14 


117,611 


88 




_ 


4,160 12 


5,772 


30 


619,990 72 


182 89 


183 21 


35 


89,719 60 $3,604 43 


1,676 06 


1,891 


32 


617,607 34 


214 97 


215 12 


20 


89,950 


42 




_ 


354 40 


32,039 


49 


592,669 36 


199 69 


209 42 


26 


109,760 


99 




— 


4,947 01 


41,497 


28 


657,896 35 


225 54 


241 96 


7 


87,369 


75 


25,282 48 


16,641 59 


332 


35 


593,700 33 


212 80 


217 63 


16 


98,602 


06 




_ 


421 34 


12,861 


23 


405,313 38 


206 37 


213 32 


21 


72,084 


78 




— 


4,940 80 


866 


12 


310,373 73 


163 10 


165 80 


39 


73,775 


14 




- 


513 00 


17,337 


89 


327,191 92 


189 02 


189 02 


4 


68,405 


21 




- 


$228,959 0851,496,263 95 


$77,579,483 66 


S225 12 


$227 10 


- 


$9,067,319 07 $28,886 91 



12 



P.D. 2. 





Group I. 


Cities — 


- Continued 








Year Grades 


IN 


Public Day Elementary Schools (Grades 




JS 
o 


>> 

a 

S2 






teachers 




CITIES 


o 

60 

S 


o 

1 

3 

03 




full time 






g 

a a 

o o 


i 
13 a 

a) o 


1 1 




51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 57 


58 59 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester . 

3 Springfield . 

4 Cambridge . 

5 Fall River . 


6 
6 
6 
8 
6 


3 
3 
3 

3 


3 
3 
3 
4 
3 


14 2 


46 246 


4,264 3,739 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville . 

8 Lynn . 

9 Lowell 
10 Quincy 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


- 


- 


~ 


11 Newton 

12 Lawrence 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 


6 
8 
6 
6 
6 


3 

3 
3 
3 


3 
4 
3 
3 
3 


8 14 


15 217 


2,731 2,476 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Chicopee 

19 HaverhiU 

20 Waltham 


6 
6 
8 
8 
6 


3 
3 

3 


3 
3 
4 
4 
3 


1 6 
5 


7 127 
13 138 


1,991 1,873 
2,063 1,880 


21 Everett 

22 Fitohburg . 

23 Salem . 

24 Taunton 

25 Chelsea 


6 
8 
8 
8 
6 


3 
3 


3 
4 
4 
4 
3 


2 1 

5 

4 2 


7 88 

15 117 

3 157 


1,451 1,376 
1,489 1,286 
1,950 1,806 


26 Revere 

27 Northampton 

28 Beverly 

29 Melrose 

30 Gloucester . 


6 
8 
6 
8 
8 


3 
3 


3 

4 
3 
4 
4 


2 1 

4 
1 


10 79 

6 118 
8 96 


1,136 997 

1,567 1,528 
1,447 1,351 


31 Leominster . 

32 Attleboro 

33 Peabody 

34 North Adams 

35 Westfield 


6 
8 
8 
8 
8 


3 


3 

4 
4 
4 

4 


3 3 

4 4 

4 2 

5 - 


8 90 

5 83 

6 87 
8 77 


1,450 1,318 
1,068 978 
1,137 1,051 
1,142 1,069 


36 Woburn 

37 Gardner 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 


6 

8 
8 
8 


3 


3 
4 
4 
4 


2 

2 


3 48 

4 41 

5 45 


639 546 
793 707 
633 607 



Total 



169 1,854 26,951 24,588 



Pt. II. 



13 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



I TO VIII), Year ending June 30, 1951 



T3 

d 

(3 


>> 
"o 

h 


g 

03 
CO t) 

< 


0. 

£ 

a 
a 

> 

< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 
GENERAL CONTROL 


3 a " 

(U CD 


8 


o 

< 


O 

a 
< 


•Sa 


1 

1^ 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


1,221,792 


176 


6,842 


7,458 


$1,640,560 45 


$219 97 


$1,260,757 73 


$24,186 81 


844,368 


178 


4,757 


5,013 


1,242,874 71 


247 93 


938,474 32 


12.371 83 


620,795 
568,968 


181 
170 


3,426 
3,586 


3,697 
3,822 


608,350 43 
741,958 71 


164 55 
194 13 


456,147 90 
527,507 92 


10,731 58 
9,477 92 


453,288 
432,609 
601,576 


178 
174 
175 


2,548 
2,486 
3,499 


2,733 
2,688 
3,753 


583,454 06 
653,635 37 
665,640 90 


213 48 
243 17 
177 36 


- 
388,685 48 
472,317 76 
502,489 91 


5,211 30 
6,929 54 
4,917 42 


350,178 


179 


1,959 


2,077 


368,130 74 


177 24 


281,311 63 


5,608 04 


557,100 
444,058 


180 
171 


2,792 
2,582 


3,004 
2,732 


612,906 32 
463,600 85 


204 03 
169 69 


436,777 56 
317,902 55 


16,128 63 
4,236 40 


447,643 
339,128 
339,750 
367,992 


179 
177 
173 
180 


2,479 
1,922 
1,966 
2,039 


2,669 
2,057 
2,138 
2,169 


462,992 93 
422,788 54 
415,890 25 
459,279 63 


173 47 
205 54 
194 52 
211 75 


321,559 30 
310,615 66 
309,948 26 
313,717 67 


5,753 99 
3,986 39 
6,355 16 
3,571 14 


187,392 
228,895 
193,826 


162 
173 
175 


1,160 
1,317 
1,109 


1,161 
1,417 
1,200 


228,928 31 
186,032 22 
205,712 42 


197 18 
131 29 
171 43 


160,664 67 
134,976 85 
152,697 87 


5,123 12 
2,844 87 
2,111 58 


8,199,358 


176 


46,469 


49,788 


$9,962,736 84 


$200 10 


$7,286,553 04 


$129,545 72 



14 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Schools 





CITIES 






TEACHERS 






' at- 






PBINCxX-AliD 






PUPILS ENROLLED 


P 










FXTLL TIME 






S 


















■v 






a) 




£ 














B 
o 


<L> 


i 


1 


-s 


&) "> 






§ 


^ 


§ 


^ 


w 


o 


< 






68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


1 


Boston 


38 


20 


104 


1,593 


29,631 


26,906 


8,360,374 


2 


Worcester 


21 


34 


90 


524 


8,234 


7,422 


3,077,521 


3 


Springfield 


2 


19 


24 


386 


6,397 


5,960 


1,927,974 


4 


Cambridge . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


Fall River . 


6 


21 


17 


264 


4,541 


3,998 


1,332,026 


6 


New Bedford 


4 


23 


19 


315 


4,227 


3,893 


1,299,977 


7 


Somerville 


7 


- 


18 


245 


3,998 


3,645 


1,171,373 


8 


Lynn . 


2 


8 


8 


231 


3,415 


3,087 


1,044,251 


9 


Lowell 


8 


- 


- 


184 


2,682 


2,353 


764,400 


10 


Quincy 


7 


2 


9 


239 


3,955 


3,650 


1,159,670 


11 


Newton 


8 


6 


16 


267 


3,820 


3,437 


1,149,084 


12 


Lawrence 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


13 


Medford 


- 


12 


3 


186 


2,838 


2,570 


839,263 


14 


Brockton 


2 


4 


4 


163 


2,620 


2,550 


842,794 


15 


Maiden 


2 


6 


8 


136 


2,200 


2,089 


681,273 


16 


Holyoke 


1 


6 


5 


92 


1,609 


1,442 


478,962 


17 


Pittsfield 


1 


10 


1 


155 


2,435 


2,331 


768,657 


18 


Chicopee 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


19 


Haverhill 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


Waltham 


1 


5 


6 


129 


1,879 


1,783 


562,464 


21 


Everett 


3 


3 


5 


154 


2,077 


1,950 


631,930 


22 


Fitchburg 


— 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


23 


Salem . 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


24 


Taunton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


25 


Chelsea 


• 


3 


- 


93 


1,588 


1,486 


470,148 


26 


Revere 


4 


1 


8 


130 


1,851 


1,629 


551,234 


27 


Northampton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 


Beverly 


- 


7 


3 


90 


1,183 


1,113 


373,659 


29 


Melrose 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


30 


Gloucester 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


Leominster . 


_ 


_ 


1 


52 


737 


711 


222,593 


32 


Attleboro 


_ 


_ 












33 


Peabody 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


34 


North Adams 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35 


Westfield 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 


Woburn 


_ 


_ 


_ 


58 


823 


752 


249,418 


37 


Gardner 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 




_ 


_ 


38 


Marlborough 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




116 


190 


349 


5,686 


92,740 


84,757 


27,959,045 



Pt. II. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



16 



Ststbmb 



(Grades I 


TO VI), Year 


ENDING June 30, 1951 










o 




3 


EXPENDITURE FOR 


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SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 




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ass 

d 


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a 
s 

ID 

t 
> 
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GENERAL CONTROL 


2 3 o 

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o 


a 
o 

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n 

3 
P. 

Ph 


Sa"oag 


O go 

1-3 


75 


75 


77 


78 




79 


80 


81 


179 
ISl 
181 


46,706 
15,043 
10,666 


52,262 
16,030 
11,733 


$10,866,805 49 
3,224,965 00 
2,325,121 34 




$207 93 
201 18 
198 17 


$7,874,111 82 
2,426,254 75 
1,638,354 02 


$66,565 93 

22,302 10 

9,716 43 


174 


7,669 


8,195 


1,477,836 59 




180 33 


1,076,149 68 


17,844 56 


180 
177 
176 
175 

174 


7,242 
6,760 
5,933 
4,368 
6,671 


7,804 
7,379 
6,356 
4,767 
7,158 


1,479,588 94 
1,263,471 80 
1,293,246 44 
1,069,537 52 
1,151,586 96 




189 59 
171 23 
203 47 
224 36 
160 88 


1,121,277 82 
959,531 04 
935,671 54 
791,171 53 

829,880 47 


13,377 37 
8,829 84 
15,693 92 
24,313 72 
17,744 90 


177 


6,487 


7,095 


1,529,778 47 




215 61 


1,062,751 43 


20,962 53 


172 
178 
177 


4,878 
4,804 
3,849 


5,234 
5,079 
4,148 


922,450 60 
761,521 44 
648,313 67 




176 24 
149 94 
156 30 


743,781 53 
562,987 38 
504,783 73 


10,116 83 
9,882 35 
6,364 35 


180 
180 


2,660 
4,215 


2,846 
4,614 


514,221 62 
841,185 75 




180 68 
182 31 


359,545 60 
633,862 36 


7,771 55 
9,247 38 


171 


3,292 


3,554 


641,222 30 




180 42 


488,888 89 


4,408 67 


175 


3,608 


3,896 


766,991 77 




196 87 


569,934 63 


6,311 42 


178 


2,653 


2,954 


454,298 09 




153 79 


333,169 00 


6,542 35 


178 


3,142 


3,387 


837,176 72 




247 17 


518,529 99 


8,324 66 


178 


2,099 


2,238 


438,258 68 




195 83 


306,359 57 


7,948 05 


181 


1,311 


1,390 


262,208 02 




188 64 


196,867 08 


603 18 


173 


1,446 


1,537 


283,786 38 




184 64 


210,809 52 


5,954 13 


180 


155,502 


169,656 


$33,053,573 59 




$194 83 


$24,144,673 38 


$300,826 22 



16 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Junior High Schools 





PRINCIPALS 








■<-> 




AND TEACHERS 


o 
a 
o 

e 

1 

(2 


PUPILS ENROLLED 




CITIES 


FULL TIME 


>> 




C3 
o 

§ o 


1 




0) V 

fa 
So a) 
CO** 




82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield . 

4 Cambridge . 

5 Fall River . 


287 501 
37 47 
58 135 

18 52 


- 


8,878 
2,662 
2,133 

666 


8,532 
2,717 
2,068 

655 


2,624,467 
657,704 
681,327 

208,114 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville 

8 Lynn .... 

9 Lowell 
10 Quincy 


29 69 
66 65 
53 80 
25 94 
39 89 


1 


1,021 
1,334 
1,359 
1,084 
1,411 


1,051 
1,359 
1.201 
945 
1,297 


338,610 
430,836 
417,226 
321,480 
434,079 


11 Newton 

12 Lawrence 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 
16 Maiden 


59 70 

42 54 
23 61 
31 65 


2 

1 

1 


1,350 

1,031 
990 
916 


1,251 

1,020 
920 
862 


438,711 

342,070 
319,797 
288,957 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Chicopee 

19 Haverhill 

20 Waltham 


15 37 
29 55 

21 30 


- 


509 
897 

602 


573 
859 

582 


178,237 
283,560 

198,120 


21 Everett 

22 Fitchburg 

23 Salem .... 

24 Taunton 

25 Chelsea 


30 37 

45 25 


- 


732 
551 


746 
584 


244,773 
179,388 


26 Revere 

27 Northampton 

28 Beverly 

29 Melrose 

30 Gloucester . 


35 24 
11 30 


1 


616 
428 


627 
453 


192,203 
147,436 


31 Leominster . 

32 Attleboro . 

33 Peabody 

34 North Adams 

35 Westfield . 


10 21 


1 


321 


309 


102,383 


36 Woburn 

37 Gardner 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 


13 20 




351 


334 


110.792 


Total 


976 1,661 


7 


29,841 


28,945 


9,140,269 



pt. n. 



17 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Year ending June 30, 1951 



*, 




n 

3 
E 

o 

B 

a 
1 

> 

< 


EXPENDITURE 


FOR 


i^ 






i 

n 

< 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
GENERAL CONTROL 




O 


< 


a 
p 
o 

e 

< 


S a -2 
•a j3 o 

ill! 


Is 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


179 
181 
182 


14,673 
3,892 
3,750 


16,221 
4,147 
4,039 


$3,502,782 7^ 

567,408 2fi 

1,156,120 04 


$215 P4 
136 82 
286 24 


$2,595,705 20 
436,319 94 
846,469 93 


$31,566 49 
3,489 07 
8,112 77 


180 


1,151 


1,228 


309,848 67 


252 32 


243,571 80 


4,699 42 


181 
180 
179 
180 
180 


1,871 
2,423 
2,329 
1,786 
2,411 


1,985 
2,611 
2,516 
1,915 
2,569 


437,515 73 
679,579 89 
748,269 70 
583,546 94 
580,136 .30 


220 41 
260 28 
297 40 
304 72 
225 82 


295,102 51 
525,512 36 
647,663 78 
433,998 88 
436.978 64 


4,784 93 

3,839 73 

10,006 08 

12,042 66 

5,407 86 


182 


2.411 


2,559 


762,293 63 


297 89 


567.311 36 


6,935 84 


180 
180 
183 


1,901 
1,779 
1,579 


2,055 
1,865 
1,692 


487,728 01 
377,891 93 
464,724 24 


237 34 
202 62 
274 66 


378,049 66 
302,503 31 
359.761 65 


7,901 33 
2,961 60 
6,352 71 


181 
180 


985 
1,572 


1,043 
1,388 


240,088 73 
316,593 91 


230 19 
228 09 


178,481 18 
316,931 18 


1.869 21 
4,473 70 


180 


1,101 


1,167 


269,783 41 


231 18 


197,814 86 


1,609 56 


181 


1,352 


1,434 


336,659 93 


234 77 


255,543 75 


1,637 25 


180 


1,009 


1,100 


288,685 37 


262 44 


221,142 00 


3,639 69 


179 


1,083 


1,194 


285,598 18 


239 19 


189,732 62 


1,595 97 


181 


819 


863 


214,987 97 


249 12 


148,414 49 


2,583 13 


181 


565 


593 


145,712 02 


245 72 


114,524 52 


976 16 


179 


621 


671 


159,273 97 


237 37 


116,359 88 


2,824 48 


179 


51,063 


54,855 


$12,915,229 61 


$235 44 


$9,707,893 50 


$128,309 64 



18 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



6-3-3 



Public Day Senior High Schools 





principals 








^^ 




AND TEACHERS 


o 






- 


CITIES 


FULL TIME 


1 

g 








c a 

® o 


1 

pq 


O 


< 




95 96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield . 

4 Cambridge . 

5 FaU River . 


553 438 
131 97 

77 85 

36 50 


- 


10,232 
1,980 
1,619 

995 


9,078 
2,386 
1,726 

932 


2,910,420 
500,137 
520,417 

298,499 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville . 

8 Lynn . 

9 Lowell 
10 Quincy 


23 57 
65 72 
48 60 
39 55 
46 59 


1 


665 

1,121 

971 

957 

1,009 


875 
1,252 
1,141 
1,007 
1,146 


250,225 
363,904 
319,737 
305,100 
334,897 


11 Newton 

12 Lawrence 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 


30 52 

53 50 

35 47 
32 41 


33 
1 


986 

826 
806 
692 


1,163 

1,030 
849 
793 


352,581 

295,689 
259,794 
231,312 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Chicopee 

19 Haverhill 

20 Waltham 


23 29 
36 34 

24 29 


- 


457 
705 

453 


539 
766 

474 


159,877 
230,664 

148,948 


21 Everett 

22 Fitchburg . 

23 Salem .... 

24 Taunton 

25 Chelsea 


45 27 
'. 28 27 


_ 


635 

475 


730 
475 


219,895 
149,165 


26 Revere 

27 Northampton 

28 Beverly 

29 Melrose 

30 Gloucester . 


28 26 
19 24 


5 


512 
302 


469 
393 


142,246 
114,119 


31 Leominster . 

32 Attleboro 

33 Peabody 

34 North Adams 

35 Westfield 


15 11 


1 


281 


293 


94,770 


36 Woburn 

37 Gardner 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 


13 19 


- 


305 


301 


97,158 


Total . . . . 


1,399 1,389 


41 


26,984 


27,818 


8,299,554 



Pt. II. 



Gkoup I. Cities — Continued 



19 



Systems 



(Grades X, 


XI 


, AND 


XII), 


Year ending June 30, 


1951 








"o 




"S 




3 


expenditure for 
support, exclusive op 


05^ 

"3 St) 
m a a 








1 

2 c 
< 




a 

bO 


GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for 
ries of princi 
supervisors, a 
teachers 


o 




3 




pupil in 

age 

bership 
nior 
schools 


1^ 


< 






> 


s 




Per 

aver 
mem 
of se 
high 





101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


180 
181 
182 


16,169 
4,231 
2,860 


17,839 
4,609 
3,082 


$5,908,789 76 
1,322,752 83 
1,077,570 11 


$331 23 
286 99 
349 63 


$4,492,877 64 

1,020,546 10 

755,738 54 


$46,837 07 
6,492 20 
9,495 68 


180 


1,659 


1,790 


391,160 58 


218 53 


298,053 56 


7,241 19 


180 
180 
175 
180 
177 


1,390 
2,047 
1,825 
1,695 
1,897 


1,460 
2,239 
2,006 
1,769 
2,047 


398,037 50 
655,926 48 
682,040 20 
502,713 59 
498,107 70 


272 63 
292 96 
340 00 
284 18 
243 34 


255,853 05 
514,877 61 
470,889 18 
398,150 94 
373,372 73 


4,238 21 
8,935 76 
6,685 66 
8,843 75 
7,448 65 


182 


1,938 


2,071 


700,733 62 


338 36 


484,224 92 


5,507 84 


180 
180 
183 


1,645 
1,484 
1,264 


1,766 
1,580 
1,364 


572,058 00 
401,616 44 
379,435 93 


323 93 
254 19 
278 18 


419,438 44 
291,480 39 
274,226 80 


10,949 49 
4,073 05 
2,467 45 


181 
180 


883 

1,282 


934 
1,695 


304,565 49 
444,965 17 


326 09 
262 52 


210,014 96 
223,025 64 


2,856 16 
4,656 64 


180 


836 


881 


266,668 46 


302 69 


205,766 62 


1,536 12 


181 


1,215 


1,307 


.374,553 29 


286 57 


276,252 56 


2,988 45 


180 


829 


903 


259,562 71 


287 44 


213,991 30 


1,144 50 


180 


790 


923 


252,607 99 


273 68 


178,486 37 


6,002 57 


181 


639 


677 


264,496 01 


390 69 


148,642 44 


2,504 68 


181 


523 


549 


127,495 62 


232 23 


99,464 26 


1,110 58 


180 


540 


582 


148,640 72 


255 40 


111,660 88 


1,334 67 


174 


47,641 


52,073 


$15,934,498 20 


$306 00 


$11,717,034 93 


$153,350 37 



20 



P.D. 2. 



Geoup I. Cities — Continued 



Public Day High Schools (Foub 







■i 


PRINCIPALS AND 














o 


TEACHERS 








S 






J3 
o 

J3 






PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 


d 




CITIES 


2 










>. 










C3 








a 








IB 






i 


g i 




1 


1 

a 








108 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


1 


Boston 


24 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 2 


Worcester 


5 


- - 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


3 


Springfield . 


3 


- - 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


4 


Cambridge . 


2 


125 85 


- 


1,732 


1,430 


453,586 


5 


Fall River . 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


New Bedford 




_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




7 


Somerville 




- - 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


8 


Lynn 




- - 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


9 


Lowell 




- - 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


10 


Quinoy 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


Newton 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12 


Lawrence 




57 37 


- 


969 


1,020 


320,220 


13 


Medford 




- - 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


14 


Brockton 




- _ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


15 


Maiden 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


Holyoke 




_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


Pittsfield 




- - 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


18 


Chicopee 




15 36 


1 


581 


632 


196,783 


19 


HaverhUl 




31 32 


- 


549 


803 


216,364 


20 


Waltham 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


Everett 




_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


Fitchburg 




32 24 


- 


577 


584 


185,133 


23 


Salem . 




37 26 


1 


564 


560 


176,268 


24 


Taunton 




23 35 


2 


561 


703 


205,115 


25 


Chelsea 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


Revere 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


27 


Northampton 




13 23 


- 


335 


353 


118,680 


28 


Beverly 




- - 


- 


- 


- 




29 


Melrose 




29 27 


- 


555 


535 


176,034 


30 


Gloucester . 




29 26 


- 


587 


586 


186,266 


31 


Leominster . 




_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


Attleboro 




12 22 


4 


347 


416 


122,319 


33 


Peabody 




25 18 


1 


407 


411 


137,775 


34 


North Adams 




21 14 


6 


396 


469 


141,033 


35 


Westfield 




18 18 


1 


365 


402 


127,875 


36 


Woburn 




_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


37 


Gardner 




19 21 


- 


410 


434 


138,635 


38 


Marlborough 




16 15 


- 


249 


273 


81,353 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 




8 20 


4 


252 


311 


87,637 




76 


510 479 


20 


9,436 


9,922 


3,071,076 



Pt. II. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



21 



Ybahs), Ybab ending Junb 30, 1951 



EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 



.2§ •? 
S Si fell 



^ CXI 



=3.3 



115 



181 



180 



182 
180 



180 
179 
183 



185 



180 
180 



180 
180 
180 
180 



180 

181 
180 



116 



2,506 



1,779 



1,081 
1,219 



1,029 

985 

1,121 



641 



1,001 
1,061 



765 
783 
710 



769 
449 
490 



2,815 



1,154 

1,285 



1,101 
1,035 
1,181 



1,048 
1,126 



721 
816 
830 

748 



803 
486 
531 



$1,191,177 00 



488,613 88 



266,476 50 
278,546 88 



380,188 09 
348,138 93 
278,629 42 



185,647 80 

302,095 16 
280,292 12 



170,685 09 
224,015 67 
195,270 46 
193,548 21 



187,689 24 
125,687 97 
131,199 69 



119 



$423 16 



259 35 



230 92 

216 77 



345 31 
336 37 
235 93 



276 67 



288 26 
248 93 



236 73 
274 53 
235 27 
258 75 



233 74 
258 62 
247 08 



120 



$925,735 32 



375,834 51 



192,141 06 
209,631 48 



246,054 91 
255,148 63 
202,921 16 



140,655 81 



223,995 49 
194,757 59 



128,205 50 
145,741 89 
133,437 89 
136,332 71 



147,502 96 
94,105 04 
96,526 94 



$14,677 11 



6,842 84 



5,101 58 
5,293 72 



3,398 49 
4,143 96 
4,731 95 



1,636 73 



4,303 12 
3,312 62 



2,467 77 
3,854 46 
1,977 21 
2,309 00 



3,012 72 
2,297 21 
2,299 64 



180 



17,069 



18,235 



$5,227,902 11 



$286 70 



$3,848,728 89 



$71,660 13 



22 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Persons 5 to 16 Years 





CITIES 




5 


TO 7 Ye.^ii.^ 






7 TO 




a 
o 


a 


c 




"o 


§ 






S m 


4> 


c. 


-: ^ 





■■S 2 






■3 a 
2-3 




■2 ^ - 

g H u 


■30-*-' 

'oo a 


IS 


2 2 
2«3 






a 


a 


a 


C 


1" 


a 




















130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


1 


Boston 


. 21,145 


14,426 


6,688 


23 


8 


94,198 


2 


Worcester 


5,747 


4,457 


1,284 


6 


- 


23,399 


3 


Springfield 


4,782 


3,559 


1,194 


3 


26 


18,101 


4 


Cambridge . 


3,067 


1,702 


1,365 


- 


- 


12,216 


5 


Fall River . 


3,619 


2,008 


1,579 


- 


32 


14,313 


6 


New Bedford 


3,209 


2,137 


1,038 


3 


31 


12,251 


7 


Somerville . 


3,414 


2,422 


986 


- 


6 


13,138 


8 


Lynn .... 


2,599 


1,746 


853 


- 


- 


11,278 


9 


Lowell 


2,826 


1,152 


1,674 


- 


- 


12,932 


10 


Quincy 


2,937 


1,892 


309 


4 


732 


10,266 


11 


Newton 


2,569 


2,078 


487 


3 


1 


10,642 


12 


Lawrence 


2,409 


1,128 


1,206 


2 


73 


9,991 


13 


Medford 


1,901 


1,408 


476 


- 


17 


8,368 


14 


Brockton 


1,794 


1,075 


267 


4 


448 


7,365 


15 


Maiden 


1,564 


1,005 


402 


- 


157 


7,841 


16 


Holyoke 


1,892 


807 


815 


- 


270 


6,143 


17 


Pittsfield 


1,521 


1,266 


255 


- 


- 


6,859 


18 


Chicopee 


1,523 


932 


553 


- 


38 


5,648 


19 


Haverhill 


872 


606 


258 


2 


6 


5,639 


20 


Waltham 


1,527 


1,125 


399 


- 


3 


6,280 


21 


Everett 


1,354 


1,122 


213 


2 


17 


5,824 


22 


Fitchburg 


1,136 


449 


572 


- 


115 


5,110 


23 


Salem .... 


1,214 


587 


627 


- 


- 


5,009 


24 


Taunton 


940 


579 


358 


3 


- 


4,893 


25 


Chelsea 


1,005 


741 


264 


- 


- 


5,123 


26 


Revere ... 


1,027 


737 


114 


- 


176 


4,906 


27 


Northampton 


682 


474 


208 


- 


- 


2,632 


28 


Beverly 


643 


477 


164 


1 


1 


3,524 


29 


Melrose 


912 


745 


152 


- 


15 


3,419 


30 


Gloucester . 


1,078 


469 


109 


- 


500 


3,421 


31 


Leominster . 


1,130 


433 


412 


_ 


285 


3,150 


32 


Attleboro 


762 


406 


178 


4 


174 


3,146 


33 


Peabody 


658 


470 


188 


- 


- 


2,757 


34 


North Adams 


637 


497 


140 


- 


- 


2,846 


35 


Westfield 


658 


491 


147 


- 


20 


2,647 


36 


Woburn 


528 


364 


164 


- 


- 


2,755 


37 


Gardner 


434 


140 


172 


- 


122 


2,276 


38 


Marlborough 


479 


319 


157 


- 


3 


2,117 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


486 


191 


92 


- 


203 


1,749 




. 86,680 


56,622 


26,519 


60 


3,479 


364,172 



Pt. II. 



23 







Group I 


Cities 


— Continued 




















Illiterate 


OF Age, October 1 


, 1950 










Minors 16 
Yeabb of 


TO 21 

AOB 














"o^ 


gsi 


16 Years 












§■§ 
11 


^1< 


a 


a 

<u 


a x> 


Is 


la 

2 


o 


■•3 


-11 


^11 


O O 05 

^11 


^ 00 ^ 


'-1 

.S M 


« IB 

■gSo 

12 


eceiving 
tional c 
year en 
31, 195C 


a 


a 


c 


a 


a '" 


^ 


a 


tf 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


61,689 


30,521 


84 


847 


952 


105 


147 


93 


17,450 


5,641 


- 


207 


101 


- 


- 


- 


12,852 


4,745 


- 


300 


158 


46 


306 


101 


6,886 


5,189 


7 


128 


6 


- 


6 


4 


8,358 


5,580 


- 


357 


~ 


18 


67 


51 


8,058 


3,619 


43 


445 


51 


35 


317 


122 


8,593 


4,405 


- 


114 


2 


24 


119 


29 


8,047 


3,135 


- 


50 


33 


13 


85 


25 


5,838 


6,762 


68 


244 


7 


13 


30 


13 


8,601 


1,551 


- 


59 


44 


11 


" 


~ 


8,202 


2,340 


_ 


73 


24 


3 


24 


- 


5,289 


4,541 


8 


11 


105 


37 


12 


4 


6,481 


1,788 


- 


70 


8 


21 


- 


- 


6,416 


870 


- 


19 


34 


26 


- 


- 


5,584 


2,181 


- 


24 


3 


49 


21 


13 


3,382 


2,656 


_ 


89 


13 


3 


8 


- 


5,324 


1,407 


- 


72 


36 


20 


- 


- 


3,333 


2,190 


- 


76 


19 


30 


31 


6 


4,091 


1,378 


- 


104 


40 


26 


3 


3 


4,078 


1,531 


- 


40 


622 


9 


- 


88 


4,709 


1,071 


_ 


- 


27 


17 


- 


1 


2,866 


2,096 


- 


28 


120 


- 


- 


- 


2,672 


2,337 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


3,861 


883 


17 


102 


18 


12 


- 


- 


3,668 


1,389 


- 


66 


- 


~ 


3 


~ 


4,226 


659 


_ 


9 


2 


10 


- 


- 


1,924 


660 


- 


46 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2,826 


637 


- 


41 


19 


1 


- 


- 


2,779 


631 


- 


3 


2 


4 


1 


- 


2,861 


534 


- 


17 


4 


5 


~ 


" 


1,756 


1,280 


- 


91 


23 


- 


- 


- 


2,773 


350 


- 


- 


14 


9 


~ 


" 


2,048 


649 


- 


42 


13 


5 


- 


- 


2,103 


727 


- 


6 


~ 


10 


2 


2. 


1,956 


623 


- 


46 


10 


12 


" 


" 


2,161 


574 


_ 


10 


5 


5 


- 


- 


1,418 


839 


- 


- 


4 


15 


4 


3 


1,240 


834 


- 


18 


21 


4 


- 


- 


1,240 


481 


- 


14 


2 


12 


~ 


~ 


247,639 


109,284 


227 


3,868 


2,543 


611 


1.187 


558 



24 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



P.D. 2. 



Membership in Public Dat 





CITIES 




Elementary Schools 




^a 


3 g 
















a 


p* 


*Tt c3 
















o 


t. s 


cJ~ 


















3 a 


'S " 


















•a 


Q."^ 
sT ^ 


^ 


M 


dj 


■* 


lO 








s-S 


""^ 


e 


O 


o 


a> 


a> 






73 


g s 


c g 


•o 


"d 


Tl 


-0 


T! 






a 




•^ t£ 


f 


d 


OJ 


oi 


as 






3 






(1 


u 


»-f 


h 


h 






. o 


o 


O 


o 


o 


o 


o 






144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


1 


Boston 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


I 


2 


Worcester 




_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


Springfield . 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


4 


Cambridge . 


870 


91 


350 


1,009 


969 


852 


755 


641 


5 


Fall River . 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






6 


New Bedford 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


I 


7 


Somerville . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8 


Lynn . 


_ 


- 


_ 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


- 


9 


Lowell 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


Quincy 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




11 


Newton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


12 


Lawrence 


390 


66 


- 


668 


696 


624 


537 


533 


13 


Medford 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


— 


14 


Brockton 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


15 


Maiden 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


Holyoke 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


Pittsfield 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


18 


Chicopee 


479 


35 


- 


515 


545 


479 


382 


348 


19 


Haverhill . 


_ 


74 


- 


514 


569 


474 


457 


471 


20 


Waltham 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


Everett 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


Fitchburg 


18 


72 


- 


365 


384 


351 


326 


287 


23 


Salem . 


282 


46 


9 


321 


364 


298 


346 


266 


24 


Taunton 


- 


90 


- 


537 


580 


510 


425 


430 


25 


Chelsea 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


Revere 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


27 


Northampton 


200 


14 


- 


293 


274 


268 


215 


198 


28 


Beverly 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


Melrose 


382 


20 


10 


353 


383 


381 


344 


326 


30 


Gloucester . 


- 


59 


- 


411 


415 


393 


377 


268 


31 


Leominster . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 


Attleboro 


- 


21 


- 


390 


433 


395 


343 


288 


33 


Peabody 


— 


12 


— 


317 


293 


335 


229 


225 


34 


North Adams 


268 


42 


- 


236 


300 


260 


242 


232 


35 


Westfield 


224 


18 


- 


292 


294 


326 


242 


217 


36 


Woburn 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


37 


Gardner 


- 


- 


- 


155 


152 


136 


137 


144 


38 


Marlborough 


153 


11 


— 


189 


188 


177 


143 


116 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


- 


26 


- 


177 


175 


169 


138 


133 




3,266 


697 


369 


6,742 


7,014 


6,428 


5,638 


5,123 



pt. n. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



25 



Schools 


BT Grades, Oct. 


1, 1950 
















(Grades 


I TO VIII) 






High Schools (Four Years) 










a 












■?■» 
























C 'M 












•>. >, 












as g 












— b 

en 




^ 


2 




§ 


-1 




"5 


<o 


t» 


00 


05 a_ 




s 


>. 




>> 


^^ 




2 




2 


•a 
2 


©So 
2 " " 


"3 
o 


>> 


13 

g 


1 


1 
o 


a o. 


o 


T3 

a 


o 


o 


O 


O 


Eh 


s 


CO 


H 


pci 


iS 


H 


O 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


665 


687 


639 


- 


7,528 


820 


768 


723 


622 


18 


2,951 


10,479 


648 


495 


507 


- 


5,064 


437 


467 


540 


520 


14 


1.978 


7,042 


313 


313 


300 


- 


3,709 


363 


313 


266 


227 


5 


1,174 


4,883 


425 


401 


454 


~ 


3,839 


492 


604 


391 


339 


5 


1,731 


5,570 


301 


314 


325 


- 


2,743 


327 


314 


267 


231 


1 


1,140 


3,883 


263 


254 


292 


_ 


2,741 


325 


298 


258 


244 


7 


1,132 


3,873 


406 


393 


361 


- 


3,732 


391 


327 


314 


229 


3 


1,264 


4,996 


231 

f" - 
301 


226 


186 


_ 


2,105 


195 


178 


185 


137 


- 


695 


2,800 


279 


274 


_ 


3,053 


291 


315 


256 


214 


1 


1.077 


4,130 


290 


251 


321 


- 


2,785 


326 


310 


286 


237 


~ 


1,159 


3,944 


307 


277 


275 


- 


2,729 


268 


205 


158 


127 


~ 


758 


3,487 


209 


244 


200 


_ 


2,064 


231 


218 


188 


194 


1 


832 


2,896 


209 


164 


189 


- 


2,142 


239 


245 


184 


192 


3 


863 


3,005 


189 


194 


167 


- 


2,163 


229 


196 


191 


150 


4 


767 


2,930 


139 


163 


141 


- 


1,167 


256 


212 


187 


180 


2 


837 


2,004 


131 


119 


121 


- 


1,348 


141 


121 


127 


110 


2 


501 


1,849 


140 


128 


124 


- 


1,210 


155 


149 


111 


127 


1 


546 


1,756 


5,067 


4,902 


4,876 


- 


50,122 


5,486 


5,140 


4,632 


4,080 


67 


19,405 


69,527 



26 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Membership in Public Dat Schools 



CITIES 









ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 


(grades I TO Vl) 




<!> 


"3 




























S-o 
























1 


"T3 a 


•°|s 


(D 




03 
ID 




-a 


S !3 3 




T3 


73 




13 ir 


a 




o 


OS 

o 


2 


2 
o 


2 2 
O C5 







164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


1 


Boston 


8,348 


1,784 


103 


8,428 


8,194 


6,984 


6,863 


6,430 


2 


Worcester 


2,460 


338 


87 


2,649 


2,698 


2,433 


2,034 


1,856 


3 


Springfield 


1,936 


375 


42 


1,890 


1,948 


1,867 


1.497 


1,324 


4 


Cambridge . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


5 


FaU River . 


'. 997 


250 


157 


1,242 


1,091 


1,159 


1,035 


796 


6 


New Bedford 


847 


107 


261 


1,380 


1,315 


1,258 


1,037 


881 


7 


Somerville 


1,138 


180 


23 


1,061 


1,134 


1,140 


1.011 


959 


8 


Lynn . 


- 


64 


42 


1,202 


1,186 


1,258 


998 


880 


9 


Lowell 


640 


63 


7 


747 


697 


769 


658 


588 


10 


Quincy 




33 


34 


1,395 


1,360 


1,413 


1,102 


967 


11 


Newton 


1,038 


32 


50 


1,025 


1,108 


1,148 


954 


904 


12 


Lawrence 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


13 


Medford 


622 


76 


13 


768 


878 


905 


709 


674 


14 


Brockton 


_ 


92 


33 


984 


985 


941 


773 


619 


15 


Maiden 


- 


100 


- 


680 


797 


782 


655 


614 


16 


Holyoke 


397 


63 


_ 


479 


474 


423 


407 


311 


17 


Pittsfield 


542 


12 


- 


734 


740 


796 


685 


602 


18 


Chicopee 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 


Haverhill 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


Waltham 


524 


121 


- 


632 


582 


494 


447 


439 


21 


Everett 


515 


40 


14 


606 


623 


657 


532 


486 


22 


Fitchburg 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


Salem . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


Taunton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


Chelsea 


: 325 


56 


38 


436 


497 


480 


404 


347 


26 


Revere 


_ 


51 


72 


635 


609 


670 


541 


437 


27 


Northampton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 


Beverly 


- 


35 


9 


453 


419 


409 


324 


311 


29 


Melrose 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


Gloucester 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


Leominster . 


41 


17 


85 


247 


240 


233 


214 


160 


32 


Attleboro 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 


Peabody 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


34 


North Adams 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35 


Westfield 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 


Woburn 


_ 


25 


_ 


219 


321 


314 


230 


224 


37 


Gardner 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38 


Marlborough 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


39 


Newburyport 
Total 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 




20.370 


3,914 


1.070 


27,892 


27,896 


26.533 


23,110 


20,809 



Pt. 11. 



27 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Systems 



BY Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 





JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades VII TO IX) 


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades X TO XIl) 




1 

o 


3 
e2 


8 




o 


3 

o 
H 


o 

9 

S 

o 




i 

o 


•Sgg 

2 CM 

o 


"3 
o 


3 

o 
■0 

a 
2 
o 


172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


6,433 
1,861 
1,243 


53,567 
16,416 
12,122 


6,595 
1,862 
1,382 


6,503 
1,862 
1,344 


6,541 
1,575 
1,220 


19,639 
5,299 
3,946 


5,959 
1,357 
1,194 


5,000 
1,177 
1,075 


3,760 
937 
976 


630 
53 
10 


15,349 
3,524 
3,255 


88,555 
25,239 
19,323 


817 


7,544 


843 


732 


802 


2,377 


640 


500 


410 


4 


1,554 


11,475 


851 
856 
833 
619 

887 


7,937 
7,502 
6,463 
4,788 
7,191 


857 
888 
975 
631 
922 


754 
879 
786 
553 
855 


727 
890 
792 
836 
815 


2,338 
2,657 
2,553 
2,020 
2,592 


519 
918 

777 
657 
718 


413 
813 
692 

542 

742 


308 

625 
609 
576 
635 


6 

3 

10 

29 

10 


1,246 
2,359 
2,088 
1,804 
2,105 


11,521 
12,518 
11,104 
8,612 
11,888 


832 


7,091 


890 


882 


795 


2,567 


832 


700 


596 


4 


2,132 


11,790 


671 
706 
581 


5,316 
5,133 
4,209 


649 
660 
577 


649 
597 
581 


744 
614 
610 


2,042 
1,871 
1,768 


679 
575 
595 


598 
492 
506 


544 
513 
441 


4 

6 

22 


1,825 
1,586 
1,564 


9,183 
8,590 
7,541 


351 
546 


2,905 
4,657 


336 

577 


358 
566 


360 
571 


1,054 
1,714 


409 
513 


307 
460 


265 
460 


1 
10 


982 
1,443 


4,941 
7,814 


355 


3,594 


413 


386 


377 


1,176 


332 


311 


277 


5 


925 


5,695 


486 


3,959 


493 


492 


472 


1,457 


448 


456 


440 


- 


1,344 


6,760 


392 


2,975 


385 


358 


376 


1,119 


341 


308 


293 


2 


944 


5,038 


438 


3,453 


414 


399 


388 


1,201 


364 


321 


285 


- 


970 


5,624 


272 


2,232 


285 


288 


282 


855 


280 


295 


277 


4 


856 


3,943 


156 


1,393 


191 


190 


209 


590 


211 


199 


160 


1 


571 


2,554 


234 


1,567 


241 


232 


207 


680 


214 


213 


176 


- 


603 


2,850 


20,420 172,014 


21,066 


20,246 


20,203 


61,515 


18,532 


16,120 


13,563 


814 


49,029 


282,558 



28 



P.D. 2. 



Geoup I. Cities — Continued 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



CITIES 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 




a> 

=3 


NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>. 






ith 

diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 




•a 

o 


if 


£ 

o 


O c 




u 


^ 


^ 


^ 


1-1 


(N 


CO 


0) 
CO 




184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


1 Boston 


279 


478 


440 


518 


_ 


25 


15 


_ 


2 Worcester 


191 


111 


116 


247 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


3 Springfield 


. 182 


123 


7 


89 


8 


13 


9 


_ 


4 Cambridge . 


107 


124 


40 


24 


3 


6 


1 


- 


5 Fall River . 


32 


117 


12 


37 


- 


82 


22 


4 


6 New Bedford 


49 


180 


29 


61 


_ 


8 


27 


5 


7 Somerville 


114 


94 


17 


35 


4 


2 


2 


2 


8 Lynn . 


69 


110 


23 


42 


3 


1 


1 


_ 


9 Lowell 


22 


118 


17 


30 


1 


2 




_ 


10 Quincy 


95 


45 


45 


69 


- 


- 


2 


1 


11 Newton 


136 


69 


9 


78 


1 


1 


3 


_ 


12 Lawrence 


20 


166 


16 


23 


4 


11 


3 


5 


13 Medford 


82 


45 


11 


55 


2 


3 


2 


1 


14 Brockton 


25 


48 


30 


64 


1 


2 


3 


_ 


15 Maiden 


70 


49 


22 


11 




- 




- 


16 Holyoke 


7 


88 


1 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 Pittsfield 


32 


77 


14 


39 


5 


_ 


- 


- 


18 Chicopee 


40 


60 


6 


32 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


19 Haverhill 


27 


56 


16 


55 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


20 Waltham 


42 


54 


11 


33 


1 






- 


21 Everett 


74 


43 


7 


31 


2 


3 


1 


3 


22 Fitchburg 


5 


41 


37 


12 


- 


1 


2 


- 


23 Salem . 


43 


46 


24 


21 


- 


- 


2 


1 


24 Taunton 


22 


94 


9 


36 


2 


- 


1 


2 


25 Chelsea 


32 


40 


13 


9 


- 


2 


- 


- 


26 Revere 


38 


40 


8 


19 


3 


20 


10 


5 


27 Northampton 


23 


44 


5 


10 


4 


4 


- 


2 


28 Beverly 


8 


39 


18 


29 


- 


3 


2 


i 


29 Melrose 


49 


37 


10 


30 


- 


1 


1 


- 


30 Gloucester 


15 


22 


11 


36 


15 


5 


- 


- 


31 Leominster . 


4 


15 


_ 


34 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


32 Attleboro . 


19 


36 


22 


22 


1 


2 


1 


- 


33 Peabody 


15 


40 


18 


10 


- 


4 


- 


2 


34 North Adams 


14 


45 


1 


37 


1 


- 


- 


1 


35 Westfield . 


33 


38 


2 


16 


- 


1 


- 


- 


36 Woburn 


7 


27 


6 


16 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


37 Gardner 


5 


24 


2 


18 


2 


- 


- 


- 


38 Marlborough 


13 


17 


4 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


39 Newburyport 


10 


14 


2 


10 


- 


13 


2 


1 


Total 


. 2,050 


2,914 


1,081 


1,959 


64 


220 


115 


38 



Pt. II. 



29 



Group I. Cities — Continued 



Classified according to Training Jan. 1, 1951 













Junior high schools 








"o 


3 

o 
Eh 








GRADUATE op 




o 

g a 




li 

^ cu 


to 

"o 
O 


TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


secondary school with 
professional training for 


>> 

^ ° 

ea "' 








s 

.■St3 


1 year 

only 

2 years 
only 

3 years or 
more 


5 
o 


192 


193 


194 


195 


196 


197 


198 199 200 


201 


202 


203 


3 
1 


1.755 
669 
431 
308 
307 


269 

50 

131 

24 


120 

1 

29 

7 


52 
1 
3 

5 


228 
26 
14 

6 


77 35 
- 3 3 
4 2 5 

4 11 9 


7 
4 
2 


1 
2 


788 

84 

193 

70 


2 

2 


361 

270 
249 
192 
257 


43 
95 
73 

47 
75 


13 
10 
20 

47 
8 


9 
5 
8 
5 
16 


17 
4 

21 
8 

22 


3 2 2 
2-6 

4 4 2 
6 2 3 
- 4 3 


4 
4 


5 
5 
1 
1 


98 
131 
133 
119 
128 


6 


297 
254 
201 
173 
152 


93 

72 
21 
63 


3 

7 
16 
13 


3 

2 
9 
10 


20 

13 
35 
10 


1 5 4 

- 2 - 
1 2 


- 


- 


129 

96 
84 
96 


- 


104 
167 


24 
42 


19 
21 


3 

4 


4 
16 


1 - 1 
1 - - 


- 


: 


52 
84 


- 


141 
166 
141 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


7 


4 


8 


1 2 


3 


- 


51 


I 


165 

98 

137 


33 


11 


2 


3 


4 7 1 


5 


1 


67 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


166 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ — — 


_ 


_ 


» 


- 


96 


44 


7 


6 


7 


- 5 1 


- 


- 


70 


_ 


143 


42 


5 


- 


3 


1 2 3 


3 


- 


59 


— 


92 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ — — 


— 


— 


— 


- 


100 


19 


9 


3 


4 


2 1 1 


2 


- 


41 


_ 


128 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


— 


. 


^ 


1 


105 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


I 


63 

104 


17 


- 


3 


11 


- 


: 


: 


31 


7 


96 
99 
90 

58 
51 


- 


: 


- 


"~ 


_ _ _ 


: 


: 


: 


- 


23 


6 


- 


- 


1 2 


- 


1 


33 


- 


47 
62 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ - _ 


- 


- 


- 


24 


8,465 


1,326 


379 


153 


480 


33 130 85 


34 


17 


2,637 



30 



P.D. 2. 



Group I. Cities — Concluded 



Full Time Peincipals and Teachers, classified according to Training, 



HIGH schools 



GBADUATE OP 



CITIES 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>. 




With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


1 




<a 

sa 

CO 






204 


205 206 207 


208 


209 


210 


211 


1 Boston 

2 Worcester 

3 Springfield . 

4 Cambridge . 

5 Fall River . 


725 
213 
149 
178 
68 


16 20 139 

1 8 

1 - 2 

3 2 6 

1 1 2 


2 


15 
1 

1 
2 

1 


71 

5 

5 

19 

10 


5 
2 


6 New Bedford 

7 Somerville . 

8 Lynn . 

9 Lowell 
10 Quincy 


70 

111 

90 

77 
88 


2 4 

3 2 5 
1 2 10 

4 - - 
1 3 9 


6 
2 
2 


1 

1 
3 


6 
2 
8 
1 


3 
2 
1 
1 


11 Newton 

12 Lawrence 

13 Medford 

14 Brockton 

15 Maiden 


77 
75 
94 
68 
62 


1 1 
3 2 1 

1 7 
2 3 2 
7 1 3 


1 
1 


4 


1 
6 

3 


- 


16 Holyoke 

17 Pittsfield 

18 Chicopee 

19 Haverhill 

20 Waltham 


44 
57 
42 
50 
44 


1 1 3 
1 3 8 

- 1 7 
1 3 7 

- 2 4 


1 

1 


1 

1 

2 


2 
1 


- 


21 Everett 

22 Fitchburg 

23 Salem . 

24 Taunton 

25 Chelsea 


53 
38 
49 
50 
49 


2 1 10 
2 10 5 
1 6 
2-2 
2 - - 


2 

2 
1 


2 

2 
2 
4 


1 


1 
1 
3 


26 Revere 

27 Northampton 

28 Beverly 

29 Melrose 

30 Gloucester . 


42 
29 
28 
52 
44 


1 - 3 

2 1 2 

1 2 5 
- - 3 

2 2 5 


2 


2 

4 
1 


3 

1 
1 

1 


1 ■ 

1 

2 

1 


31 Leominster . 

32 Attleboro . 

33 Peabody 

34 North Adams 

35 Westfield . 


20 
28 
32 
25 
32 


1 - 2 
2-2 
1 2 5 
12 6 
3 - 1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


36 Woburn 

37 Gardner 

38 Marlborough 

39 Newburyport 


27 
31 
20 
23 


2 1 

1 7 

- - 9 

- 2 2 


- 


- 


2 

1 
1 

1 


- 


Total 


. 3,054 


69 76 303 


24 


52 


153 


25 



Pt. II. 



V 31 











Group I. 


Cities - 


— Concluded 








Jan. 1. 


1951 




School Buildings 
USB, Jan. 1, 195 


IN 




BUILDINQS 
USED FOR 








o 
























Total 


o t> 












> 3 
<a o 












Valuation 

OP 




'S 






P 


o.a 


it 


"rt 


S 2 


M D, 


■a 


T3 


School 
Property 


O to 


o 


^-^ 


M^ 


•go 


o 


S u 





3 


g^ 




•Z 


H 


o 


H 


H 


N 


pq 


H 


W 


1-5 


03 


O 




212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


222a 


223 


_ 


991 


1 


4 


2 


10 


217 


234 


189 


21 


24 


_ 


$72,261,310 00 


- 


228 


2 


1 


- 


4 


72 


79 


67 


2 


6 


4 


13,771,747 00 


- 


162 


- 


- 


- 


3 


33 


36 


28 


5 


2 


1 


12,680,402 48 


_ 


210 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


22 


20 


- 


2 


- 


6,242,258 00 


3 


86 


- 


- 


- 


1 


34 


35 


31 


2 


2 


- 


18,569,640 00 


_ 


80 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


33 


33 


30 


2 




_ 


7,378,325. 00 


2 


137 


- 


T- 


- 


1 


25 


26 


22 


3 




- 


5,022,500 00 


- 


108 


- 


1 


- 


5 


21 


27 


20 


4 




- 


9,556,298 34 


1 


94 


- 


3 


- 


9 


17 


29 


23 


- 




5 


5,326,945 00 


- 


105 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


24 


19 


3 




1 


6,786,266 00 


1 


82 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31 


31 


24 


4 




_ 


10,783,812 00 


7 


94 


- 


- 


- 


3 


19 


22 


21 


- 




- 


4,831,175 00 


- 


103 


- 


- 


- 


1 


22 


23 


19 


3 




- 


5,657,625 00 


- 


82 


- 


2 


- 


7 


17 


26 


23 


2 




- 


2,355,750 00 


- 


73 


- 


- 


- 


1 


13 


14 


10 


T 




2 


4,839,690 00 


1 


52 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


12 


13 


8 


1 




2 


2,754,700 00 


- 


70 


2 


2 


- 


1 


17 


22 


18 


2 




1 


3,934,970 00 


, - 


51 


- 


2 


- 


1 


13 


16 


15 


- 




- 


3,656,533 64 


- 


63 


- 


1 


- 


6 


15 


22 


20 


- 




- 


3,138,125 00 


- 


53 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


14 


11 


2 




- 


3,035,853 15 


1 


72 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


16 


18 


15 


2 




_ 


4,237,613 00 


- 


56 


- 


- 


- 


6 


12 


18 


16 


1 




- 


4,389,400 00 


- 


63 


1 


- 


- 


5 


9 


15 


14 


- 




- 


4,724,584 00 


- 


58 


- 


2 


1 


1 


16 


20 


19 


- 




- 


2,207,762 00 


- 


55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


6 


2 


- 




3 


2,751,900 00 


_ 


54 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


14 


17 


14 


1 




_ 


5,624,300 00 


- 


36 


2 


- 


1 


2 


8 


13 


8 


1 




3 


2,122,174 00 


- 


43 


- 


- 


1 


1 


10 


12 


10 


1 




- 


2,345,979 15 


- 


56 


- 


- 


- 


2 


10 


12 


11 


- 




- 


3,461,121 00 


- 


55 


2 


- 


1 


2 


10 


15 


13 


1 




- 


3,413,000 00 


3 


26 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


8 


10 


8 


1 




10 


1,041,022 00 


1 


34 


- 


- 


2 


- 


8 


10 


9 


- 




- 


1,848,536 00 


- 


43 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


9 


8 


- 




- 


2,029,300 00 


- 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


6 


- 




- 


1,861,061 76 


- 


36 


- 


- 


- 


1 


8 


9 


8 


- 




- 


1,296,129 12 


_ 


32 


_ 


2 


_ 


4 


8 


14 


12 


_ 




_ 


1,575,600 00 


- 


40 


- 


- 


- 


2 


7 


9 


8 


- 




- 


1,257,192 00 


1 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


4 


- 




- 


1,232,500 00 


- 


28 


1 


- 


- 


2 


5 


8 


7 


- 




- 


933,100 00 


21 


3,777 


11 


20 


8 


89 


847 


975 


810 


65 


77 


32 


$250,936,199 64 



32 



P.D. 2. 
Group II, Towns of 5,000 





i 

en 

C3 


i-T 

i 

i-s 

"S 
s 


Teaching Staff in All Public Day 

Schools — Kindergarten, Elementary, 

Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 1951 




FULL TIME 


part 
timb 


TOWNS 










o 




a 
_o 

so 

Is 

o 


§ 

"•0O 
303 


•t 

E 


2 
o 


1 


•a 

o 


OQ 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymouth . 

44 Framingham 


56,952 
43,984 
37,339 
32,895 
27,845 


$154,710,500 
62,289,450 
63,507,335 
70,804,598 
43,978,431 


9 
10 
9 
5 
9 


9 

8 

5 

14 

10 


294 
229 
228 
193 
150 


312 
247 
242 
212 
169 


5 
8 

1 


45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley . 


27,379 
24,411 
23,130 
22,395 
20,847 


57,036,400 
22,287,575 
37,829,835 
42,236,025 
53,893,025 


8 
7 
4 
7 
4 


6 
8 
2 
6 
5 


169 
104 
172 
126 
138 


183 
119 
178 
139 
147 


1 

1 

1 


50 West Springfield . 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Winthrop 

54 Dedham 


20,398 
19,663 
19,600 
19,494 
18,499 


45.997,487 
26,111,900 
26,618,625 
25,048,000 
30,080,800 


7 
3 
5 
6 
8 


6 

7 
8 
7 
5 


127 
113 
113 
116 
120 


140 
123 
126 
129 
133 


3 
1 

2 


55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield . 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington 

59 Norwood 


17,511 
17,237 
17,146 
17,098 
16,693 


15,860,345 
28,238,800 
20,536,714 
30,659,186 
28,026,330 


5 
2 
2 
5 
6 


4 
2 
4 

1 


67 

98 

103 

117 

108 


76 
102 
109 
122 
115 


1 
3 

3 


60 Needham 

61 Dan vers 

62 Winchester . 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 


16,262 
15,702 
15,567 
15,405 
13,879 


36,771,000 
16,039,925 
88,698,300 
15,521,550 
24,064,640 


7 
4 
5 
2 
5 


6 

3 

10 

6 


110 
84 

109 
71 
99 


123 
91 

124 
79 

104 


3 
2 


65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth . 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham , 

69 Fairhaven . 


13,711 
13,652 
13,215 
13,208 
12,811 


26,371,440 
26,985,130 
18,302,269 
18,225,025 
13,180,510 


7 
5 
1 
2 
6 


7 
1 
4 
3 


96 
83 
35 

75 
70 


103 
95 
37 
81 
79 


2 

1 

17 

5 

3 


70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborough 

73 Adams 

74 Athol . 


12,295 
12,261 
12,119 
12,027 
11,540 


12,012.200 
20,365,799 
12,976,490 
11,065,650 
11,980,312 


1 

1 
2 
6 
3 


1 
5 
3 

1 


59 
66 
56 
60 
71 


61 
72 
61 
66 
74 


1 
2 
1 

1 


75 Swampscott 

76 Stoughton . 

77 Dartmouth . 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 


11,535 
11,139 
11,120 
11,001 
10,850 


25.877,330 
11.741.000 
15,993,625 
15,114,530 
11,338,910 


4 
2 
3 
3 
2 


4 

2 
6 
6 

1 


74 
56 
59 
66 
59 


82 
60 
68 
75 
62 


2 

1 

9 


80 Amesbury 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable . 

84 Shrewsbury . 


10,810 
10,694 
10,694 
10,397 
10,392 


10,397,120 
14,858,944 
20,302,899 
36,868,220 
12,216,080 


1 
2 
4 
2 
3 


1 
6 
1 


55 
47 
82 
83 
68 


56 
50 
92 
86 
71 


6 

1 
2 

5 


85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph . 


10,328 
10,189 
10,139 
10,122 
10,007 


7,840,864 
14,094,100 
10,259,970 
11,769,595 

8,570,350 


2 
3 

4 

1 
4 


1 
2 
2 

6 


54 
69 
69 
51 

59 


57 
74 
75 
52 
69 


4 
3 

3 
5 


90 Palmer 

91 Bridgewater 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland . 

94 Walpole 


9,524 
9,513 
9,303 
8,929 
8,865 


8,515,500 
7,600,456 
9,466,490 
9,505,540 
17,630,892 


5 
2 

1 
4 


3 
3 
4 
3 
5 


51 
43 
56 
47 
67 


54 
51 
62 
51 
76 


- 


95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Di-acut 

99 Somerset 


8,838 
8,676 
8,629 
8,577 
8,512 


8,396,275 

12,534,467 

7,526,061 

6,719,315 

17,104,695 


1 
3 
1 

1 
4 


6 
2 
3 
3 
3 


53 
66 
40 
43 
43 


60 
71 
44 
47 
50 


1 



« Preliminary Counts, July 7, 1950 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



33 



Pupn.8 IN All 


Public Dat 


Schools 


KlNDBRQARTEN, ElEMBNTART, JuNIOB 


High, 


0. 
13^ 






High — 


Year 


ENDING June 30, 


1951 




_S 1 




rt 


"S 




"o 


issi 




iro 




1 


1 




amber 
ession 

hip 


r wh 
d tuit 
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hooly 


be 


p 


^ 






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5-a " 


8-0:3 


d a 


g 

i 


el 






verage i 
days in 

verage 
membei 


upils f 
town p 
for not 
half of £ 


on-resid 
attende 
than ha 
year 


<s-3 


Ch 


<! 


<J 




< < 


PLH 


Z 


^ 



8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


6,441 


1,034,329 


5,729 


181 


6,270 


3 


68 


6,205 


6,118 


961,911 


5,470 


176 


5,957 


— 


55 


5,902 


5,040 


791,203 


4,504 


176 


4,856 


- 


11 


4,845 


5,657 


905,286 


5,118 


177 


5,550 


3 


18 


5,535 


3,779 


596,424 


3,421 


175 


3,660 


14 


127 


3,552 


3,751 


615,778 


3,392 


182 


3,646 


1 


20 


3,627 


2,974 


486,423 


2,779 


176 


2,915 


— 


39 


2,876 


4,263 


695,052 


3,932 


178 


4,248 


- 


19 


4,229 


3,068 


499,408 


2,774 


178 


3,004 


4 


23 


2,985 


3.162 


506,493 


2,842 


178 


3.077 


1 


14 


3,064 


2,881 


463,156 


2,589 


179 


2,771 


4 


6 


2,769 


3,429 


562,158 


3,174 


177 


3,413 


19 


21 


3,411 


3,205 


516,537 


2,905 


178 


3,095 


- 


220 


2,875 


2,975 


478,436 


2,684 


178 


2,893 


1 


15 


2,879 


2,823 


449,000 


2,577 


176 


2,772 


- 


28 


2,744 


1,826 


292,846 


1,651 


180 


1,743 


_ 


79 


1,664 


2,473 


402,178 


2,244 


180 


2,388 


— 


45 


2,343 


3,269 


524,284 


2,982 


176 


3,156 


4 


25 


3,135 


2,865 


466,813 


2,635 


178 


2,802 


11 


66 


2,747 


2,232 


360,127 


2,043 


176 


2,190 


2 


52 


2,140 


3,082 


499,436 


2,852 


175 


3.036 


11 


7 


3,040 


2,291 


360,763 


2,049 


176 


2.211 


3 


118 


2,096 


2,707 


445,119 


2,487 


179 


2,654 


2 


50 


2,606 


1,863 


294,493 


1,690 


182 


1,810 


- 


24 


1,786 


2,594 


422,013 


2,313 


180 


2,540 


- 


181 


2,359 


2,204 


359,152 


2,023 


177 


2,166 


_ 


3 


2,163 


2,329 


382,311 


2,148 


178 


2,249 


7 


134 


2,122 


1,005 


165,357 


929 


178 


970 


- 


90 


880 


1,935 


315,343 


1,792 


176 


1,892 


- 


11 


1,881 


1.997 


325,820 


1,811 


180 


1,926 


2 


97 


1,831 


1,434 


226.938 


1,288 


176 


1,380 


2 


49 


1,333 


1,832 


275,698 


1,627 


177 


1,730 


— 


55 


1,675 


1,472 


241,781 


1,366 


177 


1,445 


4 


13 


1,436 


1,641 


272,772 


1,532 


179 


1,609 


- 


97 


1,512 


2,032 


334,198 


1,917 


174 


2,005 


2 


56 


1,951 


1.831 


295,452 


1,675 


177 


1,799 


1 


4 


1,796 


1,723 


271,649 


1,560 


174 


1,685 


1 


48 


1.638 


1,722 


276,098 


1,571 


175 


1,663 


5 


13 


1,655 


2,447 


397,712 


2,252 


177 


2,407 


1 


70 


2,338 


1,405 


219,318 


1,220 


180 


1,291 


- 


94 


1.197 


1,319 


215,753 


1,212 


178 


1,276 


1 


147 


1,130 


1,082 


176,954 


984 


180 


1,040 


- 


38 


1,002 


2.141 


329,181 


1,863 


177 


2,037 


20 


133 


1,924 


2,017 


315,698 


1,805 


175 


1,928 


- 


5 


1,923 


1,717 


278,283 


1,571 


177 


1,679 


10 


15 


1,674 


1.474 


241,209 


1,361 


179 


1,428 


_ 


54 


1,374 


1.851 


306,555 


1,731 


177 


1,835 


— 


34 


1,801 


1,971 


318,323 


1,810 


176 


1,906 


7 


102 


1,811 


1,437 


231,974 


1,325 


175 


1,400 


- 


62 


1,338 


2,047 


307,874 


1,827 


169 


1,981 


- 


79 


1,902 


1,373 


221,874 


1,265 


175 


1,332 


1 


53 


1,280 


1,280 


205,355 


1,162 


177 


1,251 


- 


20 


1,231 


1,523 


249,848 


1,401 


179 


1,509 


- 


19 


1,490 


1,274 


202,264 


1,153 


176 


1,316 


- 


11 


1,305 


1,854 


306,366 


1,730 


180 


1,832 


12 


82 


1,762 


1,641 


270,153 


1,510 


179 


1,613 


5 


25 


1,593 


1,497 


240,791 


1,338 


180 


1,435 


2 


182 


1,255 


1,027 


172,472 


966 


179 


1,016 


— 


9 


1,007 


1,080 


177,397 


1,000 


178 


1,067 


- 


9 


1,058 


1,418 


224,135 


1,274 


176 


1,360 


2 


28 


1,334 



34 



P.D. 2. 
Gkoup II. Towns of 5,000 



Itemized Expenditubes fob Sttppoet op All Public 



TOWNS 



.si 

> V 

Sfe-g 
IS 9 S 



40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymouth 

44 Framinghani 

45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley 



60 West Springfield 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Winthrop 

54 Etedham 



55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington 

59 Norwood 

60 Needham 

61 Danvers 

62 Winchester 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 

65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham 

69 Fairhaven 



70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborougl 

73 Adams 

74 Athol . 

75 Swampscott 

76 Stoughton 

77 Dartmouth . 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 

80 Amesbury 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable . 

84 Shrewsbury . 

85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph . 

90 Palmer 

91 Bridgewater 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland 

94 Walpole 

95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Dracut 

99 Somerset 



16 

§51,198 75 
28,650 77 
27,503 57 
27,002 42 
28,180 76 

33,293 09 
16,720 16 
20,155 34 
19,530 04 
35,845 09 

21,891 07 
17,803 89 
28,392 41 
16,164 00 
17,922 38 

14,722 45 

11,125 93 

10,526 42 

13,023 55 

18,999 36 

19,684 25 
8,862 85 

31,955 83 
9,665 47 

19,060 04 

12,785 26 
14,838 01 

8,231 62 
14,948 24 

8,818 35 

12,492 37 
14,739 79 
10,834 24 
11,259 48 
14,261 21 

14,178 87 
14,237 76 
9,937 86 
11,030 50 
11,471 33 

11,369 05 

8,096 09 

21,844 25 

10,696 84 

14,173 56 

9,293 70 
8,660 42 
8,203 91 
7,883 94 
9,687 66 

10,369 93 
4,678 35 
8,275 57 
10,616 80 
11,258 09 

10,820 12 

12,927 72 

10,305 56 

8,875 83 

8,697 79 



17 

1,395,883 37 
934,147 07 
729,547 22 

741.191 54 
653,743 71 

707,666 14 
397,974 45 
574,243 98 
491,957 82 
567,578 26 

481,937 87 
410,810 51 
430,026 29 
441,132 01 
450,871 78 

249,719 24 
328,946 28 
357,065 11 
435,626 29 
399,283 97 

421,391 52 
304,979 50 
474,216 79 
237,728 63 
362,151 96 

337,218 78 
323,739 04 
156,983 74 
272,728 53 
245,151 45 

206,271 67 
241,959 82 
186,309 55 
193,738 11 
225,861 06 

299,456 43 
176,143 51 
173,887 02 
217,853 41 
178,034 35 

179.192 11 
159,014 89 
319,767 52 
272,597 50 
208,738 72 

179,335 45 
212,372 39 
210,507 07 
168,513 50 
207,136 42 

160,173 89 
114,460 92 
167,365 43 
151,158 43 
260,258 69 

149,906 38 
240,518 54 
140,278 74 
134,675 62 
152,658 28 



18 

S15,955 97 
13,829 92 
12,678 87 
12,558 82 
16,708 19 

13,684 14 
7,805 01 

10,001 78 
7,220 39 
6,206 27 

8,809 47 
9,878 90 

10,533 37 
8,089 67 

10,779 07 

4,202 62 
7,531 12 
5,260 78 
3,887 20 
7,082 04 

10,904 38 

3,086 82 

7,061 04 

2,708 36 

7,149 32 

7,819 01 

6,603 09 

1,762 08 

5,941 84 

6,019 05 

2,743 82 

6,779 15 

3,174 77 

4,634 04 

5,869 84 

6,885 55 
3,397 43 
7,009 12 
5,514 56 
1,578 39 

5,093 37 
1,869 50 
9,073 72 
4,691 83 
5,176 26 

3,239 50 
3,708 92 
4,776 45 
2,230 46 
6,748 85 

4,068 92 
883 80 
6,322 74 
3,415 76 
6,805 69 

6,084 79 
6,124 18 
1,932 55 
3,736 61 
2,059 77 



19 

$76,907 25 
49,965 14 
54,168 75 
28,093 44 
26,201 33 

36,627 08 
14,086 48 
43,159 82 
16,833 88 
20,751 82 

29,789 53 
26,310 84 
30,275 06 
28,064 81 
26,085 46 

11,417 18 
18,634 58 
11,651 07 
19,271 83 
9,984 33 

28,746 12 
12,450 21 
28,741 26 
4,905 94 
32,190 41 

19,300 65 
21,213 51 
10,856 14 
13,905 50 
8,250 85 

5,029 95 
9,077 28 
7,481 41 
9,805 58 
12,228 09 

18,018 61 
9,962 14 

17,099 77 
8,574 26 
9,552 17 

10,574 63 
8,344 49 
23,368 07 
22,592 66 
14,973 49 

9,594 91 
10,688 95 
18,562 80 
10,208 IS 

5,698 18 

11,068 72 
4,787 20 
5,103 97 
5,434 54 

13,389 14 

9,886 96 
18,263 24 
8,159 70 
5,404 83 
7,845 97 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Contintied 



35 



Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation 


— Year ending 


JrrNB 30, 


1951 












d 
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TRANSPOBTATION 












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20 




21 




22 




23 




24 




25 


«228,442 


19 


$149,325 


12 


$48,066 49 


$37,074 


24 


$3,498 95 


$347 81 


156,991 


75 


88,287 


89 


805 


48 


14,801 


94 


23 


50 


691 00 


98,469 


03 


76,839 


42 


3,333 


25 


14,499 


50 


5,966 


95 


395 80 


104,999 


76 


84,051 


62 


746 


52 


14,637 


60 


32,277 


50 


58 85 


98,118 


17 


46,422 


15 




- 


13,165 


69 


22,146 


69 


- 


102,116 


33 


63,733 


70 


1,796 


54 


14,368 42 


12,680 


00 


- 


63,937 


37 


16,187 


10 


155 


34 


8,785 


79 


18,918 46 


8 75 


84,699 


90 


38,402 


81 


1,569 


53 


8,326 


85 


20,809 


02 


- 


70,892 


44 


35,194 


92 


1,426 


55 


6,648 


25 


11,191 


15 


30 00 


67,225 65 


15,536 


87 


2,055 


26 


10,551 


81 


17,309 


66 


"■ 


75,380 78 


46,312 


86 


2,048 


87 


8,070 


11 


12,263 70 


- 


76,396 


99 


11,618 


83 






6,401 


97 


14,856 


13 


— 


78,502 


20 


38,170 


91 


395 


23 


6,130 


80 


12,865 


40 


— 


54,967 


41 


28,043 


44 


523 


58 


8,260 


20 


3,399 


30 


— 


76,487 


06 


44,777 


85 






8,005 


52 


8,292 


91 


- 


39,020 


73 


6,603 


25 






5,090 


10 


11,097 


10 


- 


62,942 


05 


16,993 


90 


517 


41 


9,444 89 


9,331 


92 


- 


62,047 


94 


27,612 


96 


335 


43 


5,214 


93 


12,184 00 


— 


60,300 


58 


27,013 


48 


1,142 


80 


4,802 


73 


15,429 


80 


- 


69,659 


68 


33,815 


92 


640 


49 


13,146 


00 


11,030 


65 


100 00 


68,563 


57 


40,955 


59 


1,402 


14 


4,728 97 


16,364 


25 


- 


64,323 


04 


17,685 


72 




_ 


3,713 


71 


6,089 


00 


125 00 


65,488 


33 


24,754 


30 


1,054 


66 


5,928 


39 


2,148 00 


- 


43,642 


07 


19,245 92 


565 


81 


5,879 


50 


12,832 


95 


- 


70,923 


97 


14,245 


34 


506 


77 


5,700 93 


12,852 


14 


~ 


71,005 


47 


13,625 


53 


193 


17 


4,267 63 


4,939 


00 


- 


41,711 


74 


12,109 


55 


268 


14 


11,232 


87 


27,014 


70 


481 20 


27,405 


91 


6,834 


98 


488 


19 


3,563 


74 


3,969 


64 


- 


41,213 


41 


5,108 


12 


636 


39 


4,350 


42 


4,300 


90 


- 


42,083 


22 


25,115 


97 


198 


34 


3,423 66 


8,905 


77 


24 00 


30,681 


55 


14,947 09 


45 


43 


4,113 


32 




- 


- 


49,202 


30 


14,217 


55 






6,550 


56 


19,115 


16 


656 81 


30,805 40 


2,442 


38 


353 


62 


3,230 


74 


11,360 25 


- 


37,858 


16 


11,111 


75 


3,435 


99 


2,550 


01 


5,379 


13 


- 


46,114 


60 


8,635 


64 


179 


35 


3,621 


12 


12,144 


25 


~ 


54,762 08 


12,239 


83 


1,488 


98 


3,211 


85 


1,244 


75 


- 


32,833 


16 


15,329 


17 




- 


4,419 


28 


20,731 


70 


443 25 


40,748 


74 


16,447 


12 






5,831 


43 


28,989 


77 


967 00 


35,088 


25 


16,453 


58 


120 


45 


2,821 


00 


38,065 


50 


- 


30,920 


77 


10,075 


91 


316 


30 


3,209 


11 


12,883 


90 


~ 


28,436 


05 


11,541 


58 


808 


90 


3,706 


64 


4,999 


16 


- 


30,254 


09 


24,002 


30 






3,699 


21 


8,682 


95 


- 


52,779 


27 


25,078 


56 


1,470 


28 


5,372 


25 


19,887 


87 


- 


49,127 


81 


22,600 


73 






5,804 


79 


29,710 


44 


- 


33,295 


64 


15,505 


13 






3,876 


16 


19,059 


02 


36 00 


28,223 


29 


14,739 


10 


622 


39 


3,770 


29 


13,074 33 


- 


40,239 


41 


6,947 


42 


163 


62 


3,739 


35 


24,922 


50 


— 


25,677 


21 


11,183 


01 


126 


30 


2,958 


53 


40,698 


47 


— 


26,674 


92 


4,836 


41 


54 


82 


3,942 


44 


11,968 81 


304 30 


35,111 


44 


9,875 


54 


203 


00 


4,468 


91 


9,702 


78 


170 00 


34,641 


83 


23,208 


71 


. 




3,854 


93 


16,700 00 


- 


15,534 


78 


12,354 


02 


7 


50 


2,319 


20 


11,479 


95 


- 


33,427 


03 


17,198 


15 


- 




650 


21 


28,820 


83 


- 


25,417 


13 


3,966 


92 


76 


48 


6,266 


94 


6,140 


35 


599 00 


47,189 


30 


33,452 


19 


303 


17 


3,058 59 


22,290 


64 


~ 


32,101 


06 


12,688 


39 


984 


65 


5,636 


67 


14,700 


00 


- 


36,606 


72 


8,306 


67 


297 


01 


5,018 


87 


18,459 


53 


- 


23,188 01 


2,353 


33 


339 


26 


3,619 


05 


15,129 


32 


- 


24,953 


95 


7,759 


05 


144 


90 


3,559 


66 


10,668 


12 


251 25 


29,166 


79 


4,557 


98 


500 


66 


3,499 


92 


9,011 


45 


"■ 



36 



Group II. 



P.D. 2. 
Toi;\TV7S OF 5,000 







Itemized Expenditubes 


FOR 


Support op All 








Public Schools 


— Day. 


Evening, Vacation 


Expenditure 






— Year ending June 30, 


1951 — Con. 




ending June 
















22 




TOWNS 










S 
a 








1 




i 
1 




g 

O 




1"^ 






26 




27 




28 




29 


40 


Brookline 


$1,124 69 


$7,603 55 


$2,015,428 38 


5638,618 24 


41 


Arlington 


719 40 


60,047 


57 


1,348,961 


43 


18,584 87 


42 


Watertown . 


116 


42 


41,606 


86 


1,065,125 


64 


5,272 85 


43 


Weymouth . 


781 


33 


9,954 03 


1,056,353 43 


1,124,559 88 


44 


Framingham 




- 


31,961 


16 


936,647 


85 


300,379 62 


45 


Belmont 




_ 


2,236 


46 


988,201 


90 


273,538 72 


46 


Methuen 


; 677 76 


2,384 36 


547,641 


03 


_ 


47 


Braintree 




- 


7,096 


80 


808,465 


83 


463 12 


48 


Milton 


'. 655 


61 


602 


49 


662,183 


54 


7,429 16 


49 


Wellesley 




- 


5,081 


50 


748,142 


19 


5,479 48 


50 


West Springfield , 


384 


30 


13,547 79 


700,436 


35 


5,419 04 


51 


Natick 


270 


82 


6,178 36 


580,527 


24 


246,381 63 


52 


Wakefield 


87 49 


2,169 


42 


637,548 


58 


24,442 47 


53 


Winthrop 


605 


98 


32,271 


43 


621,521 


83 


51,156 60 


54 


Dedham 




- 


709 


54 


643,931 


57 


8,023 56 


55 


Southbridge 


509 


21 


506 


75 


342,888 63 


3,420 42 


56 


Greenfield 




- 


2,601 


34 


468,069 


42 


- 


57 


Saugus 


; 543 


15 


533 


29 


492,975 08 


- 


58 


Lexington 


637 


56 


3,703 


68 


584,839 


50 


- 


59 


Norwood 


3,207 38 


18,318 88 


585,268 70 


- 


60 


Needham 


626 86 


7,248 


59 


620,616 


24 


375,213 62 


61 


Danvers 


409 


64 


48,136 


57 


469,862 06 


3,102 38 


62 


Winchester . 


706 


78 


40,323 


77 


682,379 


15 


255,000 00 


63 


Milford 






3,012 


27 


340,186 92 


16 44 


64 


Reading 






359 


49 


525,140 


37 


28,000 00 


65 


Marblehead 


183 


22 


5,838 


79 


477,176 51 


77,296 40 


66 


Plymouth 


770 00 


3,966 


61 


463,948 46 


278,763 58 


67 


Webster 






1,099 66 


221,195 


70 


- 


68 


Stoneham 


; 347 


51 


4,665 


55 


368,146 


41 


_ 


69 


Fairhaven 


554 


52 


41,273 


97 


389,819 


15 


5.253 46 


70 


Clinton 


206 


89 


6,668 


72 


283,200 81 


_ 


71 


Andover 


804 


75 


250 00 


363,353 


17 


_ 


72 


North Attleborough 


820 


90 


1,488 


39 


258,301 


65 


8.468 42 


73 


Adams 


850 


00 


434 98 


281,057 


23 


96 25 


74 


Athol . 


392 


60 


545 


99 


329,853 


75 


191,600 00 


75 


Swampscott 


200 


00 


8,142 


85 


419,829 


80 


_ 


76 


Stoughton . 


1,261 


84 


272 


97 


279,032 


21 


_ 


77 


Dartmouth . 


837 38 


658 49 


302,413 70 


1.636 00 


78 


Billerica 


95 00 


760 


94 


336.377 


45 


401 50 


79 


Amherst 




- 


17,508 32 


275,550 


55 


2.012 74 


80 


Amesbury 


239 


56 


901 


76 


256,862 


81 


4.059 66 


81 


Easthampton 






1,172 


78 


245,136 


30 


- 


82 


Hingham 


; 564 


44 


59,779 


61 


538,985 


84 


445,537 52 


83 


Barnstable 




- 


1,783 


69 


419,606 


29 


- 


84 


Shrewsbury . 


; 1,395 


00 


41,275 


78 


357,504 


76 


274,239 45 


85 


Northbridge 




_ 


1,649 


88 


263,542 


84 


_ 


86 


Agawam 




- 


4,379 


56 


315,822 


54 


16,488 20 


87 


Middleborough 




- 


863 


76 


323,557 


51 


— 


88 


South Hadley 




- 


4,962 


17 


241,579 


95 


— 


89 


Randolph 




- 


2,084 


99 


290,887 


77 


1,000 00 


90 


Palmer 


236 43 


3,230 68 


267,554 


04 


4.684 00 


91 


Bridgewater 


17,583 39 


2,786 


19 


186,875 


30 


- 


92 


Chelmsford . 






433 


66 


267,597 


59 


- 


93 


Rockland 


1,360 00 


1,436 


88 


215,889 


23 


- 


94 


Walpole 


4,176 


41 


21,058 


92 


423,240 


83 


456,568 60 


95 


Auburn 


804 


60 


1,200 


57 


244,814 


19 


100,000 00 


96 


Concord 






740 


37 


347,262 85 


- 


97 


Ludlow 


; 16 


00 


3,652 


58 


208,974 


10 


11,381 67 


98 


Draeut 


10 


00 


44 


51 


200,084 


33 


4,475 00 


99 


Somerset 


210 00 


3,481 


74 


221,690 


35 


960.000 00 



Pt. II. 

Population ok Over — Continued 



37 



FOR O0TLAT, Year 




Valuation of 


Expenditure for 






30. 1951 




19 'lO PER POPIL 


School Support from 


Rate of 


ToTAT. Tax 






IN Net Average 
Membership, 


Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 


PER $1,000 

Valuation- 19.50 










Year ending June 


1950, PER 


$1,000 Val- 






1 




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1951 


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30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


880,156 86 


$718,775 10 


$24,933 


1 


Sll 92 


89 


$37 00 


80 


12,890 21 


31,475 08 


10,554 


28 


17 63 


36 


50 40 


24 


6,842 28 


12,115 13 


13,108 


14 


14 49 


71 


42 00 


60 


75,913 83 


1,200,473 71 


12,792 


17 


12 34 


87 


31 50 


93 


14,683 66 


315,063 28 


12,381 


20 


14 03 


78 


44 00 


48 


6,239 04 


279,777 76 


15,725 


8 


15 89 


57 


35 00 


87 


2,281 57 


2,281 57 


7,750 


55 


17 91 


34 


55 00 


15 


13,724 25 


14,187 37 


8,945 


46 


16 93 


45 


44 00 


47 


4,840 23 


12,269 39 


14,149 


13 


14 46 


73 


37 40 


79 


10,410 10 


15,889 58 


17,589 


5 


12 51 


85 


36 00 


85 


15,825 33 


21,244 37 


16.611 


6 


12 60 


84 


31 50 


94 


29,577 46 


275,959 09 


7,655 


56 


16 48 


50 


45 60 


41 


5,990 76 


30,433 23 


9,259 


41 


17 00 


44 


44 00 


50 


1,158 84 


52,315 44 


8,700 


49 


19 94 


20 


42 00 


61 


5,436 80 


13,460 36 


10,962 


26 


17 44 


40 


40 40 


71 


4,021 41 


7,441 83 


9,531 


39 


16 06 


54 


52 40 


20 


3,710 12 


3,710 12 


12,052 


24 


14 42 


74 


36 00 


83 


362 00 


362 00 


6,551 


72 


17 47 


38 


41 00 


65 


7,715 36 


7,715 36 


11,161 


25 


16 05 


55 


43 00 


53 


1,589 92 


1,589 92 


13,096 


15 


15 96 


56 


39 90 


74 


22,314 65 


397,.528 27 


12,096 


23 


14 71 


68 


38 00 


78 


4,568 37 


7,670 75 


7,653 


57 


19 89 


21 


49 00 


31 


8,621 44 


263,621 44 


14,850 


9 


14 66 


69 


36 00 


86 


1,951 40 


1,967 84 


8,691 


50 


16 56 


49 


47 00 


38 


1,242 89 


29,242 89 


10,201 


31 


15 35 


63 


43 00 


55 


3,527 74 


80,824 14 


12,192 


21 


15 81 


61 


42 00 


59 


3,543 72 


282,307 30 


12,717 


18 


13 80 


80 


40 80 


69 


1.132 88 


1,132 88 


20,798 


2 


6 56 


96 


31 60 


92 


845 10 


845 10 


9,689 


36 


15 83 


59 


50 00 


28 


938 00 


6,191 46 


7.198 


63 


16 57 


48 


47 50 


36 


4,232 39 


4,232 39 


9.011 


45 


16 11 


53 


55 80 


14 


- 


- 


12,159 


22 


14 48 


72 


36 00 


82 


1,194 93 


9,663 35 


9,036 


44 


13 03 


83 


41 00 


64 


514 49 


610 74 


7,318 


60 


17 52 


37 


48 00 


32 


11,442 48 


203,042 48 


6,141 


79 


21 32 


15 


47 00 


37 


2,821 49 


2,821 49 


14,408 


12 


14 72 


67 


41 00 


66 


2,874 00 


2,874 00 


7,168 


64 


14 41 


75 


51 20 


23 


9,449 27 


11,085 27 


9,664 


38 


14 .54 


70 


42 80 


57 


3,945 79 


4,347 29 


6,465 


73 


12 21 


88 


34 00 


88 


14,348 73 


16,361 47 


9,473 


40 


19 75 


23 


41 00 


63 


6,350 21 


10,409 87 


9,201 


42 


15 83 


58 


54 00 


16 


1,013 39 


1,013 39 


14,829 


10 


12 35 


86 


33 50 


90 


23,226 93 


468,764 45 


10,552 


29 


15 73 


62 


44 30 


45 


2,787 69 


2,787 69 


19,172 


3 


9 72 


94 


30 00 


95 


1,256 34 


275,495 79 


7,298 


61 


19 52 


25 


45 00 


43 


1,174 28 


1,174 28 


5,707 


82 


22 99 


7 


45 00 


42 


1,670 53 


18,158 73 


7,826 


54 


16 63 


47 


41 00 


62 


- 


- 


5,665 


83 


19 72 


24 


50 00 


26 


2,946 96 


2,946 96 


8,796 


48 


14 25 


76 


33 00 


91 


1.531 63 


2,531 63 


4,506 


95 


21 24 


17 


60 00 


4 


136 51 


4,820 51 


6,653 


70 


21 04 


18 


46 00 


40 


673 48 


673 48 


6,174 


78 


17 80 


35 


42 80 


56 


2,539 94 


2,539 94 


6,353 


75 


19 86 


22 


53 00 


17 


105 22 


105 22 


7,284 


62 


17 44 


41 


52 00 


22 


22,990 03 


479,558 63 


10,006 


33 


16 64 


46 


39 60 


75 


4,778 00 


104,778 00 


5,271 


89 


23 24 


5 


49 60 


29 


12,462 89 


12,462 89 


9,988 


34 


21 26 


16 


53 00 


18 


831 31 


12,212 98 


7,474 


58 


18 63 


30 


50 00 


25 


1,325 43 


5,800 43 


6,351 


76 


18 08 


33 


48 00 


33 


67.196 63 


1,027,196 63 


12,822 


16 


10 50 


92 


29 50 


96 



38 


















P.D. 2. 














Geoup II 


Towns of 


5,000 














EXPBNDITUEB TOR 


3UPP0RT OP All Public 




















Year 


ENDING 
















FROM STATE 








FHOM LOCAL TAXATION 


BEIMBURSEMBNT9 (INCLUDING 




TOWNS 












GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 


















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— . "3 1 


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« 










a "^ 


J 


a ^ 






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3 l>^ 


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a 




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•S a 






B 

O 

B 
< 




Per p 

net a 
mem 
ship 




3 
o 

s 
< 




Per p 

net a 
mem 
ship 


(|0 






38 




39 


40 


41 




42 


43 


40 


Brookline 


$1,844,273 


15 


S297 22 


1 


So8,809 


05 


$9 48 


93 


41 


Arlington 


1,098,035 


66 


186 


04 


17 


147,106 


67 


24 92 


68 


42 


Watertown . 


920,052 


23 


189 


90 


13 


115,173 


88 


23 77 


73 


43 


Weymouth . 


873,824 


39 


157 


87 


34 


99,623 


87 


18 00 


83 


44 


Framingham 


616,934 


00 


173 


69 


25 


73,463 


08 


20 68 


80 


45 


Belmont 


906,246 


69 


249 


86 


2 


36,668 


00 


10 11 


92 


46 


Methuen 


399,071 


61 


138 


76 


55 


114,449 


22 


39 79 


31 


47 


Braintree 


640,510 


83 


151 


46 


42 


90,904 


80 


21 49 


77 


48 


Milton 


610,590 


19 


204 


55 


9 


26,513 


50 


8 88 


95 


49 


Wellesley 


674,092 


80 


220 


00 


3 


27,498 


60 


8 97 


94 


50 


West Springfield . 


579,764 


83 


209 


38 


7 


64,460 


39 


23 28 


76 


51 


Natick 


430,444 


97 


126 


19 


71 


91,861 


29 


26 93 


64 


52 


Wakefield . 


452,526 


11 


157 


40 


35 


86,317 


57 


30 02 


55 


53 


Winthrop 


499,589 


27 


173 


53 


26 


71,256 


74 


24 75 


69 


54 


Dedham 


524,747 


08 


191 


23 


11 


70,893 


73 


25 83 


67 


55 


Southbridge 


254,740 


11 


153 


09 


38 


83,128 


97 


49 96 


11 


56 


Greenfield . 


407,193 


95 


173 


79 


24 


38,554 


58 


16 45 


89 


57 


Saugus 


358,878 


14 


114 


47 


80 


96,379 


81 


30 74 


52 


58 


Lexington 


492,207 33 


179 


18 


20 


47,816 


18 


17 41 


87 


59 


Norwood 


447,363 


69 


209 


05 


8 


51,264 


28 


23 95 


72 


60 


Needham 


540,780 76 


177 


89 


21 


39,880 


20 


13 12 


90 


61 


Danvers 


318,997 


30 


152 


19 


40 


61,028 97 


29 12 


58 


62 


Winchester . 


567,283 


32 


217 


68 


4 


28,725 


25 


11 02 


91 


63 


MUford 


257,041 


92 


143 


92 


49 


60,888 39 


34 09 


43 


64 


Reading 


369,336 


64 


156 


56 


36 


76,671 


70 


32 50 


48 


65 


Marblehead 


417,003 63 


192 


79 


10 


37,889 


52 


17 52 


86 


66 


Plymouth 


372,337 36 


175 46 


23 


49,445 


49 


23 30 


75 


67 


Webster 


120,038 


83 


136 


41 


56 


84,924 


32 


96 50 


1 


68 


Stoneham 


288,558 73 


153 


41 


37 


64,748 96 


34 42 


41 


69 


Fairhaven 


218,423 


62 


119 


29 


75 


78,949 


96 


43 12 


26 


70 


Clinton 


193,487 


70 


145 


15 


46 


59,198 


07 


44 41 


22 


71 


Andover 


294,881 


48 


176 


05 


22 


36,518 


14 


21 80 


78 


72 


North Attleborough 


169,049 


56 


117 


72 


76 


70,322 


14 


48 97 


13 


73 


Adams 


193,840 37 


128 


20 


67 


56,248 


85 


37 20 


38 


74 


Athol . 


255,399 


13 


130 


91 


63 


55,268 


26 


28 33 


61 


75 


Swampscott 


380,989 


79 


212 


13 


6 


14,522 


40 


8 08 


96 


76 


Stoughton . 


169,182 


39 


103 


28 


87 


70,006 


27 


42 74 


29 


77 


Dartmouth . 


232,542 


11 


140 


51 


52 


72,352 


39 


43 72 


24 


78 


BUlerica 


184,515 


60 


78 


92 


94 


106,675 


70 


45 63 


21 


79 


Amhei-st 


223,979 


21 


187 


12 


15 


31,899 


03 


26 65 


65 


80 


Amesbury . 


164,564 


83 


145 


63 


45 


56,998 


05 


50 44 


9 


81 


Easthampton 


183,519 


73 


183 


15 


19 


39,853 


47 


39 77 


32 


82 


Hingham 


319,419 


88 


166 


02 


28 


40,268 


16 


20 93 


79 


83 


Barnstable . 


358,181 


45 


186 


26 


16 


33,774 


40 


17 56 


85 


84 


Shrewsbury . 


238,468 


66 


142 


45 


51 


54,802 


39 


32 74 


47 


85 


Northbridge 


180,237 


57 


,131 


18 


61 


58,817 


39 


42 81 


28 


86 


Agawam 


234,426 


92 


n30 


16 


65 


61,302 


15 


34 04 


44 


87 


Middleborough 


202,356 


77 


111 


74 


82 


86,157 


97 


47 57 


18 


88 


South Hadley 


167,748 


66 


125 


37 


72 


36,080 


83 


26 97 


63 


89 


Randolph 


181,991 


45 


95 


68 


93 


73,243 


65 


38 51 


34 


90 


Palmer 


179,167 


70 


139 


97 


53 


58,667 


08 


45 83 


20 


91 


Bridgewater 


135,250 


11 


109 


87 


84 


35,777 


25 


29 06 


59 


92 


Chelmsford . 


188,033 


54 


126 


20 


70 


59,096 


76 


39 66 


33 


93 


Rockland 


165,755 


93 


127 


02 


69 


38,629 


28 


29 60 


56 


94 


Walpole 


293,279 


03 


166 


45 


27 


31,322 


77 


17 78 


84 


95 


Auburn 


195,095 


06 


122 


47 


73 


60,179 


72 


37 78 


36 


96 


Concord 


266,413 


52 


212 


28 


5 


25,907 


80 


20 64 


81 


97 


Ludlow 


140,176 


53 


139 


20 


54 


46,898 


64 


46 57 


19 


98 


Dracut 


121,463 


15 


114 


80 


79 


70,678 


40 


66 80 


2 


99 


Somerset 


177,530 33 


134 


65 


57 


26,979 


90 


18 66 


82 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



39 



Continued 



Day Schools - 


- Classified as to Soukcb, 










Amount paid to Town 


Dec. 31, 1950 
















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— 


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M< d 


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^isS" 




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From rec 
tuition a 
portation 
wards 


II 

< 




O 

s 
< 




Per pupil 
average 
member- 
ship 


Per pupil 
net avera 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 


Group II 
net avera 
member- 
ship 


School Fi 
of Gen. 
(C. 643, 
Novemt 
1950 




School Ti 
tion C. 
(C. 679, 
Novemt 
1950 


44 


45 


46 




47A 


47B 


48 


49 




50 


S823 50 


$26,392 93 


$1,930,298 63 


$307 86 


$311 09 


1 


$58,809 


05 


- 


6,375 97 


6,395 


56 


1,257,913 


86 


211 16 


213 13 


22 


147,106 


67 


- 


1,983 26 


1,964 45 


1,039,173 


82 


214 00 


214 48 


19 


114,673 


88 


- 


5,009 12 


4,231 


13 


982,688 


51 


177 06 


177 54 


64 


97,928 


87 


$1,695 GO 


12,296 67 


44,319 


41 


747,013 


16 


203 82 


210 31 


27 


73,463 08 


- 


2,483 65 


12,751 


00 


958,149 


34 


262 79 


264 17 


3 


36,668 00 


- 


4,514 85 


2,877 


01 


.520,912 


69 


178 70 


181 12 


60 


114,449 


22 


- 


3,060 42 


3,173 


31 


737,649 


36 


173 65 


174 43 


67 


90,904 


80 


- 


910 01 


1,785 


15 


639,798 


85 


212 98 


214 34 


20 


26,513 


50 


- 


525 19 


15,395 


08 


717,511 


67 


233 18 


234 17 


9 


27,498 


60 


- 


1,362 80 


1,541 


93 


647,129 


95 


233 54 


233 70 


10 


64,460 


39 


_ 


1,599 93 


2,155 


03 


526,061 


22 


154 13 


154 22 


88 


89,071 


36 


2,789 93 


3,523 37 


49,195 


27 


591,562 


32 


191 13 


205 76 


30 


86,317 


57 


- 


1,996 69 


1,103 


51 


573,946 


21 


198 39 


199 36 


37 


71,256 


74 


- 


2,703 07 


2,019 


19 


600,363 07 


216 58 


218 79 


17 


70,893 


73 


- 


_ 


12,461 


38 


350,330 46 


200 99 


210 53 


26 


83,128 


97 


- 


2,363 21 


6,081 


93 


454,193 


67 


190 20 


193 85 


41 


38,554 


58 


- 


2,783 15 


3,120 


73 


461,161 


83 


146 12 


147 10 


90 


96,379 


81 


- 


5,338 84 


14,844 


59 


560,206 


94 


199 93 


203 93 


33 


47,816 


18 


- 


5,966 52 


21,324 


67 


525,919 


16 


240 14 


245 76 


5 


51,264 


28 


- 


278 08 


1,248 


50 


582,187 


54 


191 76 


191 51 


45 


37,005 


70 


2,874 50 


1,901 39 


64,298 


19 


44*^,225 


85 


201 82 


212 89 


23 


61,028 


97 


- 


7,355 26 


36,675 23 


640,039 


06 


241 16 


245 60 


6 


28,725 


25 


- 


2,141 72 


4,463 


70 


324,535 


73 


179 30 


181 71 


59 


60,888 


39 


- 


4,478 15 


36,824 30 


487,310 


79 


191 85 


206 57 


28 


76,671 


70 


~ 


571 43 


3,154 


18 


458,618 


76 


211 73 


212 03 


24 


37,889 


52 


- 


2,451 88 


29,209 


76 


453,444 49 


201 62 


213 69 


21 


35,857 


39 


13,588 10 


219 90 


11,698 


98 


216,882 


03 


223 59 


246 45 


4 


84,924 


32 


- 


2,745 66 


980 


44 


357,033 


79 


188 71 


189 81 


49 


64,748 


96 


- 


2,946 46 


50,739 


17 


351,059 


21 


182 27 


191 73 


44 


78,949 


96 


~ 


2,724 03 


11,771 


86 


267,181 


66 


193 61 


200 44 


35 


59,198 07 


- 


688 00 


2,856 


00 


334,943 


62 


193 61 


199 97 


36 


31,512 


14 


5,006 00 


752 48 


8,607 


04 


248,731 


22 


172 13 


173 21 


70 


62,064 


13 


8,258 01 


1,917 70 


19,098 68 


271,105 


60 


168 49 


179 30 


61 


56,248 


85 


- 


736 88 


6,059 


67 


317,463 


94 


158 34 


162 72 


80 


54,442 


26 


826 00 


- 


1,995 


53 


397,507 


72 


220 96 


221 33 


16 


14,522 


40 


- 


14,038 15 


890 


96 


254,117 


77 


150 81 


155 14 


86 


63,773 


87 


6,232 40 


3,440 32 


612 


08 


308,946 


90 


185 78 


186 67 


52 


51,489 


19 


20,863 20 


7,013 98 


4,052 


91 


302,258 


19 


125 57 


129 28 


96 


84,106 


70 


22,569 00 


5,600 85 


29,102 


98 


290,582 


07 


225 08 


242 76 


7 


25,353 


68 


6,545 35 


254 15 


21,707 


72 


243,524 


75 


190 85 


215 51 


18 


56,998 05 


- 


649 60 


6,092 


25 


230,115 


05 


221 26 


229 66 


13 


37,572 


97 


3,840 80 


- 


83,331 


96 


443,020 


00 


217 49 


230 26 


12 


33,416 


71 


6,851 45 


192 09 


4,163 


08 


396,311 


02 


205 56 


206 09 


29 


14,138 


00 


19,636 40 


2,078 16 


12,847 


18 


308,196 


39 


183 56 


184 11 


56 


48,486 


59 


6,315 80 


1,140 86 


15,919 


37 


256,115 


19 


179 35 


186 40 


53 


55,196 


11 


3,621 28 


3,527 01 


1,537 


35 


300,793 


43 


163 92 


167 01 


76 


52,287 


65 


9,014 50 


4,035 00 


21,526 


19 


314,075 


93 


164 78 


173 43 


68 


61,096 


84 


25,061 13 


278 39 


11,305 


48 


215,413 


36 


153 87 


161 00 


82 


31,754 


93 


4,325 90 


3,077 66 


7,992 


61 


266,305 


37 


134 43 


140 01 


94 


73,243 


65 


- 


6,702 90 


2,228 


26 


246,765 


94 


185 26 


192 79 


42 


60,787 


20 


7,879 88 


1,710 07 


5,193 


95 


177,931 


38 


142 23 


144 54 


92 


30,795 


80 


4,981 45 


2,150 29 


981 


72 


250,262 


31 


165 85 


167 96 


75 


47,999 


76 


11,097 00 


1,104 62 


1,390 


86 


206,880 69 


157 20 


158 53 


83 


38,629 


28 


- 


1,850 68 


21,838 


20 


348,290 


68 


190 12 


197 67 


39 


24,080 


12 


7,242 65' 


740 68 


624 


22 


256,639 


68 


159 11 


161 10 


81 


58,054 


22 


2,125 50 


708 31 


47,005 


49 


340,035 


12 


236 96 


270 94 


2 


19,169 


18 


6,738 62 


2,121 98 


4,170 


81 


193,367 


96 


190 32 


192 02 


43 


40,496 


44 


7,925 71 


724 42 


22 


58 


192,888 


55 


180 78 


182 31 


58 


68,680 


27 


1,998 13 


1,309 17 


5,273 


46 


211,092 


86 


155 22 


158 24 


84 


24,888 


67 


2,091 23 



40 



P.D. 2. 
Group II . Towns of 5,000 





Year Grades in 1 


Public Dat Elementary Schools 






a 

03 








TEACHERS 






TOWNS 


"o 

o 

>» 

g 

3 


"o 
o 

1-5 


o 
o 

1 

.1 


PRINCIrauo 


FULL TIME 


PtJPILS BNfvuiujLfjuv 




a 


1 

o 


o 

g i 


1 


-2 
5 




51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 57 


58 


59 


40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymouth . 

44 Framingham 


. 8 
. 6 
. 6 
. 8 
. 6 


3 
3. 

3 


4 
3 
3 

4 
3 


7 
4 


1 


22 184 
17 135 


2,313 
2,299 


2,227 
2,120 


45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley . 


. 6 
. 8 
. 8 
. 6 
. 6 


3 

3 
3 


3 

4 
4 
3 
3 


3 


6 


7 73 
14 113 


1,130 
1,723 


999 
1.628 


50 West Springfield . 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Winthrop . 

54 Dedham 


. 6 
. 6 
. 8 
6 
. 8 


3 
3 

3 


3 
3 
4 
3 
4 


4 
5 


2 


8 68 
7 79 


1,158 
1,076 


1,058 
1.013 


55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield . 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington . 

59 Norwood 


. 8 

6 

. 8 

. 6 

6 


3 

3 
3 


4 
3 
4 
3 
3 


2 


2 
1 


10 36 
4 70 


686 
1,285 


655 
1,179 


60 Needham 

61 Dan vers 

62 Winchester . 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 


. 6 
. 8 
, 8 
. 8 
6 


3 
3 


3 
4 
4 
4 
3 


1 
2 

1 


2 
2 


4 58 
8 71 
2 46 


871 
973 
696 


774 
980 
696 


65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth . 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham 

69 Fairhaven 


. 6 
6 
. 6 
. 6 
. 8 


3 
3 
3 
3 


3 
3 
3 
3 

4 


1 


4 


3 46 


732 


688 


70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborough 

73 Adams 

74 Athol . 


. 8 
6 

. 8 
6 

. 8 


3 
3 


4 
3 
4 
3 

4 


1 

1 


- 


3 34 

4 32 
9 40 


420 
546 
761 


452 
495 
708 


75 Swampscott 

76 Stoughton . 

77 Dartmouth . 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 


. 8 
. 6 
. 8 
. 6 
. 6 


3 

3 
3 


4 
3 
4 
3 
3 


1 
2 


2 


3 45 
5 47 


713 

722 


646 
661 


80 Amesbury . 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable . 

84 Shrewsbury . 


. 8 
. 8 
. 8 
. 6 
. 6 


3 
3 


4 
4 
4 
3 
3 


2 


1 
1 


7 23 

3 29 

10 50 


401 
396 

822 


340 
390 
786 


85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph . 


. 6 
. 6 
. 8 
. 8 
. 8 


3 
3 


3 
3 

4 
4 
4 


2 
2 


1 
1 


6 39 
2 35 
6 40 


729 
512 
887 


709 
554 
756 


90 Palmer 

91 Bridge water 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland 

94 Walpole 


. 8 
. 6 
. 8 
. 6 
. 8 


3 
3 


4 
3 
4 
3 
4 


1 
3 


- 


1 34 
3 41 
5 44 


524 
681 
717 


476 
543 
607 


95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Dracut 

99 Somerset 


. 8 
. 8 
. 6 

. 8 
. 8 


3 


4 
4 
3 

4 
4 


2 
3 


- 


5 39 

6 34 

3 31 

6 27 


637 

522 

424 
588 


617 

485 

352 
506 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



41 



(Qbadbs I TO VIII), Year ending June 30, 1951 



■a 

d 
a 


1 


•6 

53 


2 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


C3 to y 


1 


* 


Si 

2 " 
S a 
> — 
< 


o 

Mo 


a 

a) 

a 

> 

< 






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a 

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< 


d 
o 

a 


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60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


724,954 


180 


4,029 


4,428 


$1,276,660 64 


S288 32 


$915,775 55 


$10,079 17 


708,250 


176 


4,023 


4,360 


705,650 54 


161 85 


534,397 23 


7,096 08 


348,307 
545,702 


173 

176 


2,012 
3,098 


2,109 
3,359 


378,194 68 
536,797 38 


179 32 
159 81 


276,948 69 
405,376 26 


4,406 65 
6,215 85 


355,710 


177 


2,012 


2,147 


361,838 00 


168 53 


246,094 49 


8,290 97 


331,660 


172 


1,925 


2,073 


411,300 38 


198 41 


289,947 09 


7,333 48 


215,410 


180 


1,220 


1,286 


208,819 19 


162 38 


159,729 53 


2,052 93 


394,762 


175 


2,261 


2,396 


319,669 91 


133 42 


234,006 10 


2,901 59 


257,117 
319,962 
218.144 


175 
179 
171 


1,473 
1,787 
1,271 


1,589 
1,918 
1,356 


280,042 32 
405,655 70 
208,350 98 


176 24 
211 50 
153 65 


201,604 84 
298,285 25 
144,449 72 


1,144 10 
5,011 41 
1,669 80 


233,969 


179 


1,304 


1,386 


227,208 80 


163 93 


158,087 39 


4,160 36 


138,481 


174 


797 


847 


157,227 53 


185 63 


114,359 98 


2,228 42 


170,954 


175 


975 


1,034 


158,438 42 


153 23 


116,562 99 


2,347 18 


239,943 


174 


1,392 


1,464 


208,703 66 


142 56 


145,664 10 


4,082 41 


216,727 


174 


1,241 


1,332 


237,612 70 


178 39 


184,243 43 


4,449 65 


219,135 


174 


1,255 


1,333 


225,096 59 


168 86 


136,538 97 


5,756 03 


120,897 
128,983 
246,016 


177 
180 
175 


685 

718 

1,406 


720 

763 

1,546 


125,366 91 
155,418 66 
327,984 89 


174 12 
203 69 
212 15 


90,148 88 
100,988 81 
210,450 78 


1,792 63 

949 07 

5,812 48 


231,073 
171,299 
245,193 


174 
173 
166 


1,331 

990 

1,479 


1,402 
1,048 
1,601 


201,569 71 
159,657 34 
192,133 36 


143 77 
152 34 
120 01 


131,951 37 
111,928 50 
139,773 91 


2,610 43 
1,461 97 
4,231 56 


158,827 


173 


918 


971 


154,558 98 


159 18 


95,722 30 


2,809 96 


185,465 


178 


1,047 


1,124 


164,364 27 


146 23 


112,321 65 


4,186 85 


218,002 


176 


1,240 


1,314 


261,100 70 


198 71 


166,265 95 


5,161 92 


205,133 
161,207 


178 
180 


1,150 
896 


1,236 
964 


161,131 47 
205,120 67 


130 37 
212 78 


103,754 18 
156,533 55 


3,590 50 
3,925 93 


127,955 
169,954 


177 
173 


725 
977 


773 
1,046 


130,708 41 
144,182 57 


169 09 
137 84 


91,372 98 
105,992 14 


1,788 02 
1,202 95 



42 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Schools 

















V, 








TEACHEBS 






<« 


TOWNS 


PBlNCIt-AuD 


FULL TIME 


PUPILS "EihiEWJUUEiU 


-0 






a 




a 






1^- 




§ 


1 





o 


>1 


•S 


< 




S 


^ 


§ 


^ 


M 


3 




68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


40 Brookline 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


41 Arlington 


'. 2 


4 


2 


117 


1,886 


1,656 


540,008 


42 Watertown . 


6 


- 


10 


105 


1,552 


1,464 


465,515 


43 Weymouth . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


44 Framingham 


2 


4 


3 


76 


1,111 


1,008 


332,256 


45 Belmont 


4 


2 


3 


91 


1,126 


1,116 


357,931 


46 Methuen 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


47 Braintree 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


48 Milton 


_ 


4 


- 


68 


960 


822 


278,765 


49 WeUesley 


1 


- 


3 


84 


1,006 


953 


307,530 


50 West Springfield . 


1 


4 


5 


67 


984 


855 


291,325 


51 Natick 


1 


- 


9 


59 


1,212 


1,041 


368,300 


62 Wakefield . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


53 Winthrop 


2 


2 


- 


60 


849 


838 


268,897 


54 Dedham 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 Southbridge 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


56 Greenfield 


- 


- 


2 


48 


776 


684 


236,603 


57 Saugus 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


58 Lexington 


— 


3 


2 


65 


905 


848 


281,740 


59 Norwood 


- 


4 


6 


47 


705 


581 


205,181 


60 Needham 


4 


1 


6 


58 


1,029 


939 


311,356 


61 Dan vers 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


62 Winchester . 


- 


- ■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


63 Milford 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


64 Reading 


2 


1 


4 


46 


748 


697 


235,766 


65 Marblehead 


1 


4 


_ 


53 


706 


646 


217,092 


66 Plymouth 


2 


1 


1 


40 


654 


585 


201,155 


67 Webster 


- 


1 


- 


15 


230 


197 


68,270 


68 Stoneham 


- 


- 


2 


40 


575 


540 


177,512 


69 Fairhaven . 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


- 


70 Clinton 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


71 Andover 


- 


- 


- 


40 


570 


567 


160,522 


72 North Attleborough 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


73 Adams 


- 


4 


4 


23 


462 


381 


138,582 


74 Athol . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


"" 


"" 


75 Swampscott 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




- 


76 Stoughton . 


- 


- 


2 


31 


540 


529 


169,529 


77 Dartmouth . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


78. Billerica 


- 


2 


2 


40 


822 


683 


243,028 


79 Amherst 


• 


- 


3 


24 


398 


400 


119,033 


80 Amesbury 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81 Easthampton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


82 Hingham 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


83 Barnstable . 


1 


- 


2 


42 


619 


565 


183,078 


84 Shrewsbury . 


• 


1 


6 


33 


580 


537 


181,349 


85 Northbridge 


1 


_ 


1 


26 


417 


356 


125,087 


86 Agawam 


- 


1 


1 


41 


601 


560 


191,935 


87 Middleborough 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


88 South Hadley 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


89 Randolph . 


■ 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


" 


~ 


90 Palmer 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


91 Bridge water 


1 


1 


1 


24 


418 


400 


128,549 


92 Chelmsford . 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


93 Rockland 


- 


- 


2 


20 


369 


320 


106,976 


94 Walpole 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


"" 


95 Auburn 


. 


- 


' 


- 


- 


- 


- 


96 Concord 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


97 Ludlow 


— 


- 


2 


17 


310 


249 


93,576 


98 Dracut 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


99 Somerset 


"" 


~ 


" 


~ 


" 







Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



43 



Systems 



(Grades I 


TO VI), Year 


ENDING Jttne 30, 1951 








"o 


-i 

o3 


a 


EXPENDITURE FOR 


HI 




-1 


< 


a 
a 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
GENERAL CONTROL 


o't - 

(D ^^ E 

M mm 


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a " 

c— ■ 

< 


a 
% 

a 
< 


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• II 

11 
1^ 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


173 

174 


3,126 
2,680 


3,437 
2,898 


«565,413 35 
510,995 97 


$164 51 
176 33 


$431,899 11 
340,544 48 


$5,260 95 
6,318 08 


173 


1,924 


2,066 


375,977 22 


181 98 


261,619 63 


11,060 93 


180 


1,983 


2,143 


488,067 40 


227 75 


358,904 32 


7,335 71 


177 
177 


1,573 
1,737 


1,729 
1,900 


286,330 00 
397,311 35 


165 60 
209 11 


221,458 50 
312,942 09 


2,734 43 
3,359 30 


178 
176 


1,640 
2,093 


1,763 
2,257 


344,215 73 
300,600 75 


195 24 
133 19 


258,044 96 
214,260 39 


4,131 91 
7,359 47 


177 


1,520 


1,644 


263,612 68 


160 35 


207,392 61 


4,747 68 


179 


1,326 


1,415 


215,323 22 


152 17 


160,940 55 


3,520 52 


176 
176 


1,602 
1,170 


1,719 
1,263 


308,892 10 
225,463 30 


179 69 
178 51 


232,461 89 
162,582 80 


1,324 06 
3,858 31 


172 


1,807 


1,933 


322,460 91 


166 82 


229,216 67 


6,247 80 


179 


1,325 


1,429 


245,729 01 


171 96 


168,382 73 


4,397 56 


176 
176 
176 
172 


1,233 

1,142 

389 

1,032 


1,334 

1,204 

415 

1,100 


237,197 99 

211,621 53 

74,344 63 

168,070 22 


177 81 
175 77 
179 14 
152 79 


178,820 68 

144,722 36 

52,433 55 

128,022 23 


4,809 69 

3,499 16 

477 48 

4,504 43 


171 


986 


1,054 


166,220 17 


157 70 


124,852 83 


4,871 87 


176 


787 


838 


127,521 40 


152 17 


92,421 76 


2,308 71 


176 


961 


1,040 


146,196 24 


140 57 


89,218 33 


1,911 82 


175 
179 


1,387 
662 


1,482 
697 


180,063 81 
97,058 37 


121 .50 

139 25 


122,770 24 
70,785 23 


2,839 71 
826 09 


171 

176 


1,068 
1,033 


1,139 
1,098 


193,993 44 
182,795 48 


170 32 
166 48 


127,887 85 
106,740 85 


2,232 63 
2,873 82 


176 
176 


712 
1,091 


753 
1,159 


115,426 56 
172,265 36 


153 29 
148 63 


76,576 37 
117,346 00 


2,170 85 
2,290 25 


175 


735 


801 


82,362 03 


102 82 


40,326 41 


156 08 


172 


621 


674 


88,432 19 


131 21 


62,127 43 


1.698 51 


178 


526 


558 


80,294 75 


143 90 


56,978 00 


791 16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



44 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



TOWNS 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High School* 


PRINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


£> 

■s 
1 
a 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


i 


FULL TIME 


■0 „ 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


< 



40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymovith . 

44 Framingham 

45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley 



50 West Springfield 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Winthrop 

54 Dedham 



55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington 

59 Norwood 

60 Needham 

61 Dan vers 

62 Winchester 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 

65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham 

69 Fairhaven 



70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborough 

73 Adams 

74 Athol . 

75 Swampacott 

76 Stoughton . 

77 Dartmouth . 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 

80 Ameabury 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable . 

84 Shrewsbury . 

85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph 

90 Palmer 

91 Bridgewater 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland 

94 Walpole 

95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Dracut 

99 Somerset 



82 



26 
22 


32 
38 


19 


28 


21 


19 


14 
11 


22 
19 


13 

8 


19 

17 


9 


21 



10 



14 



14 

14 

16 

6 

12 



85 



86 



691 
530 


594 
484 


442 


394 


376 


386 


382 
341 


295 
330 


303 
317 


293 
299 



357 



308 



301 

247 



302 



298 

223 
321 
148 
215 



193 
215 



166 



274 
162 



246 
188 



209 
195 



353 



286 



299 
189 



312 



272 

238 
304 
117 
207 



182 
170 



178 



324 

158 



219 
155 



195 
208 



131 132 

132 132 



128 118 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



45 



Continued 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII, and IX), Year ending June 30, 1951 



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II 

5-° 
g.g 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


180 

177 


1,177 
933 


1,262 
991 


$364,352 27 
241,113 21 


$288 71 
243 30 


$239,794 29 
189,821 50 


$3,654 42 
2,189 04 


173 


770 


821 


314,195 11 


382 70 


245,637 24 


2,254 70 


183 


700 


748 


213,415 93 


285 32 


170,440 06 

_ 


3,132 28 


180 
180 


636 
625 


673 
656 


189,267 66 
149,727 08 


281 23 
228 24 


142,353 62 
125,859 78 


1,580 27 
498 90 


181 
180 


535 
577 


568 
615 


170,294 69 
121,880 09 


299 81 
198 18 


110,752 44 
92,141 35 


2,481 66 
1,267 24 


180 


648 


694 


149,473 65 


215 38 


108,651 50 


1,220 60 


179 


547 


578 


113,198 74 


195 85 


79,918 52 


1,880 46 


180 

177 


560 
404 


585 
428 


126,420 62 
137,780 95 


216 10 
321 92 


98,837 43 
97,793 29 


1,274 00 
1,509 80 


180 


579 


611 


139,908 50 


228 98 


95,947 59 


1,391 04 


180 


536 


568 


127,131 70 


223 82 


92,046 96 


1,635 38 


180 
180 
180 
181 


430 
574 
247 
384 


454 
599 
255 
401 


111,747 01 

124,831 80 

55,454 28 

80,872 39 


246 14 
208 40 
217 47 
201 68 


81,655 87 
93,406 05 
41,632 01 
62,953 24 


1,026 17 

2,857 93 

513 84 

581 62 


180 


356 


373 


85,066 39 


228 06 


55,445 41 


605 86 


180 


363 


375 


73,633 67 


196 36 


50,071 50 


1,127 06 


170 


315 


339 


50,587 33 


149 23 


38,410 97 


320 27 


177 
180 


555 
293 


594 
311 


82,034 83 
71,911 73 


138 11 
231 23 


49,954 01 
45,834 81 


1,711 90 
240 28 


180 
180 


415 
311 


441 
333 


110,986 09 
86,553 72 


251 67 
259 92 


73,797 16 
57,801 50 


847 92 
1,656 03 


180 
178 


378 
382 


392 
401 


69,083 48 
74,167 44 


176 23 
184 96 


51,332 56 
50,134 45 


599 55 
870 21 


180 


248 


261 


53,539 05 


205 13 


40,813 93 


399 77 


176 


242 


261 


56,731 19 


217 36 


43,261 75 


858 62 


180 


235 


242 


58,616 51 


242 22 


41,751 58 


566 93 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



46 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Senior High Schools 





PRINCIPALS AND 
TEACHERS 


e 

1 

a 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


"S 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


1 




a a 

01 O 


1 


O 






95 96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymouth . 

44 Framingham 


'. '. 34 30 
31 30 

'. '. 18 19 


1 


596 

478 

416 


695 
532 

408 


210,113 
160,398 

130,093 


45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley 


24 19 

14 17 
18 11 


- 


337 

315 
272 


410 

294 
260 


129,747 

105,780 
86,396 


50 West Springfield . 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Winthrop 

54 Dedham 


17 14 
17 12 

'. '. 17 18 


- 


223 
283 

282 


223 

277 

296 


75,009 
89,783 

92,852 


55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington 

59 Norwood 


'. 13 15 

'. 12 14 
16 18 


1 


179 

260 
234 


240 

2.52 
276 


67,478 

84,208 
83,354 


60 Needham 

61 Danvers 

62 Winchester , 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 


12 14 

'. '. 14 12 


1 


215 
336 


285 
243 


83,963 
89,745 


65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham 

69 Fairhaven 


11 12 
10 13 

5 9 

12 9 


11 
1 


200 
235 

85 
212 


191 
230 
228 
186 


64,749 
77,842 
52,656 
68,267 


70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborough 

73 Adams 

74 Athol .... 


'. '. 9 10 
7 8 


1 


150 
192 


170 
221 


51,172 
68,807 


75 Swampscott 

76 Stoughton 

77 Dartmouth 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 


'. '. 9 7 

'. '. 5 9 
8 12 


8 


139 

155 
126 


171 

189 
161 


48,437 

56,047 
47,490 


80 Amesbury 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable . 

84 Shrewsbury . 


'. '. 13 6 
7 7 


1 


162 
103 


206 
154 


.57,952 
40,901 


85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph 


8 6 
7 10 


1 
1 


1.57 
142 


140 
145 


48,143 
46,717 


90 Palmer 

91 Bridge water 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland 

94 Walpole . . 


'.' '. 7 4 
'. '. 9 8 


- 


94 
165 


105 
156 


32,253 

52,235 


95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Dracut 

99 Somerset 


'. '. 6 7 


- 


101 


121 


36,928 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



47 



Stbtbmb 



(Gbadbs X, XI, AND XII), Ykar endinq June 30, 1951 



M-l 

o 


Hi 

03 


1 


EXPENDITURE FOB 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 






si 

< 


1 

1 


GENERAL CONTROL 




o 


S'" 

< 


1 
1 


•a o 

fL| OS ° O J 




101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


180 
180 


1,167 
891 


1.258 
967 


S390,213 04 
280,585 86 


S310 19 
290 16 


$262,121 67 
194,739 24 


84,914 55 
4,171 75 


180 


727 


778 


218,294 76 


280 58 


146,486 84 


3,392 56 


183 


709 


755 


253,425 48 


335 66 


178,321 76 


3,216 15 


180 
180 


565 
480 


602 
521 


167,055 84 
161,643 53 


277 50 
310 26 


128,145 70 
125,551 39 


2,905 69 
2,348 07 


181 
180 


414 
504 


440 
541 


158,273 40 
140,242 51 


359 71 
259 23 


108,936 47 
104,408 77 


2,106 76 
1,252 19 


180 


516 


555 


185,985 42 


335 11 


119,994 90 


1,766 39 


182 


371 


395 


128,421 53 


325 12 


88,087 21 


2,130 14 


180 
180 


473 
469 


498 
499 


136,503 23 
203,025 09 


274 10 
406 86 


104,326 97 
138,907 88 


1,289 14 
1,713 93 


180 


466 


492 


138,562 58 


281 63 


96,227 26 


3,265 54 


180 


452 


543 


133,219 62 


245 34 


101,722 27 


1,116 38 


180 
180 
180 
181 


360 
432 
293 
376 


378 
446 
300 
391 


115,446 25 

112,132 12 

82,695 17 

102,715 86 


305 41 
251 42 
275 65 
262 70 


76,742 23 
85,135 63 
62,448 18 
80,663 06 


1,983 15 
246 00 
770 76 
830 57 


180 


285 


303 


97,326 82 


321 21 


61,661 58 


1,301 42 


180 


382 


396 


68,642 68 


173 34 


51,244 85 


1,198 27 


171 


284 


306 


68,010 88 


222 26 


48,514 21 


1,165 34 


181 
180 


310 
265 


331 
283 


63,248 31 
95,109 12 


191 08 
336 07 


45,129 16 
61,414 31 


962 95 
512 02 


180 
180 


322 

227 


348 
248 


100,914 17 
73,982 00 


289 98 
298 31 


67,896 74 
44,196 37 


1,611 28 
646 41 


180 
181 


271 
258 


283 
275 


69,739 10 
60,729 32 


246 43 
220 83 


51,426 52 
44,891 94 


469 10 
548 46 


180 


179 


189 


46,295 87 


244 95 


33,320 58 


327 95 


ISO 


290 


381 


60,109 05 


157 77 


45,769 25 


858 63 


180 


205 


216 


59,757 28 


276 65 


41,549 16 


574 46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



48 



Group II. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of 5,000 



Public Day High Schools (Foub 



-3 


PRINCIPALS AND 










o 


TEACHEHS 


E 

■s 
1 

1 


PUPILS 


ENROLLED 




TOWNS M 


FULL TIME 


'5. 


.3 

"3 

S3 
.a 

a 


CI 
(O 

0) o 


09 


t-1 


s 

a 

Mffi 

» o 
&5 

60 = 
< 


108 


109 110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


40 Brookline .... 1 

41 Arlington .... 1 

42 Watertov;n .... 1 

43 Weymouth .... 1 

44 Framingham ... 1 


51 47 
24 32 


1 


965 
524 


936 
714 


309,375 
197.036 


46 Belmont .... 1 

46 Methuen .... 1 

47 Braintree .... 1 

48 Milton .... 1 

49 Wellesley .... 1 


13 20 
25 23 


1 


388 
462 


457 
450 


138,116 
149,350 


50 West Springfield ... 1 

51 Natick .... 1 

52 Wakefield .... 1 

53 Winthrop ... 1 

54 Dedham .... 1 


25 21 
22 18 


- 


512 
370 


477 
364 


160,827 
117,340 


55 Southbridge ... 1 

56 Greenfield .... 1 

57 Saugus .... 1 
68 Lexington .... 1 
59 Norwood .... 1 


10 16 
24 10 


- 


195 
422 


290 
383 


77,436 
129.522 


60 Needham .... 1 

61 Danvers .... 1 

62 Winchester .... 1 

63 Milford .... 1 

64 Reading . . . 1 


14 12 
23 18 
14 16 


2 


290 
387 
222 


356 
367 
249 


103,646 

125,157 

76.349 


65 Marblehead ... 1 

66 Plymouth .... 1 

67 Webster .... 1 

68 Stoneham .... 1 

69 Fairhaven .... 1 


13 13 


2 


254 


323 


91.851 


70 Clinton .... 1 

71 Andover .... 1 

72 North Attleborough . 1 

73 Adams .... 1 

74 Athol 1 


17 7 

9 15 

13 11 


1 
1 


267 
221 
279 


295 
210 

284 


88,457 
70,827 
94,255 


75 Swampscott ... 1 

76 Stoughton .... 1 

77 Dartmouth .... 1 

78 Billerica .... 1 

79 Amherst .... 1 


13 18 
9 5 


- 


226 
165 


246 
174 


78,725 
56,963 


80 Amesbury .... 1 

81 Easthampton ... 1 

82 Hingham .... 1 

83 Barnstable ... 1 

84 Shrewsbury .... 1 


14 12 

7 10 

14 15 


- 


277 
110 
247 


301 
186 
286 


94,856 
47,971 
83,165 


85 Northbridge ... 1 

86 Agawam .... 1 

87 Middleborough ... 1 

88 South Hadlej- ... 1 

89 Randolph .... 1 


14 13 

8 7 
7 13 


2 


251 
179 
168 


282 
192 
236 


87.250 
60,675 
62,681 


90 Palmer .... 1 

91 Bridgewater ... 1 

92 Chelmsford .... 1 

93 Rockland .... 1 

94 Walpole . .1 


8 11 

9 8 

7 17 


- 


170 

184 
248 


203 
215 
282 


63,047 
64,383 
88,364 


95 Auburn .1 

96 Concord ... 1 

97 Ludlow .... 1 

98 Dracut .... 1 

99 Somerset .... 1 


9 7 
14 15 

6 7 
8 6 


- 


186 
243 

143 
149 


201 

247 

161 
175 


65,020 
79,584 

49,442 
54.181 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



49 



Continued 



Ybaes), Year ending June 30, 1951 



1 

1 


■6 

1 

v 

> <^ 
< 


2 

o 

1 

a 

< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


III 

g S 




h 

si 

o a 
< 


g 


fL, a 




115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


182 


1,700 


1,842 


$672,933 66 


S365 33 


S469,341 60 


$5,656 44 


180 


1,095 


1,190 


323,018 08 


271 44 


206,225 63 


5,378 86 


180 
179 


767 
834 


806 
889 


152,084 19 
246,763 46 


188 69 
277 57 


121,025 76 
165,053 26 


3,398 36 
3,785 93 


180 


893 


948 


247,318 17 


260 88 


183,931 80 


2,242 40 


180 


652 


699 


210,973 14 


301 82 


157,278 35 


3,393 63 


180 


431 


457 


119,346 99 


261 15 


89,989 71 


2,149 69 


180 


721 


760 


162,778 75 


214 18 


123,059 01 


2,359 19 


180 
179 
182 


576 
700 
419 


622 
736 
454 


180,956 89 
244,767 62 
122,170 47 


290 93 
332 56 
269 10 


103,374 66 

175,931 54 

93,278 91 


1,942 72 
2,049 63 
1.038 56 


181 


507 


540 


153,735 75 


284 70 


87,064 06 


1,858 69 


180 


491 


533 


112,338 41 


210 77 


91,911 69 


440 40 


181 


391 


411 


89,028 99 


216 62 


69,746 56 


827 59 


180 


525 


541 


106,888 88 


197 58 


80,196 96 


1,787 43 


180 


434 


467 


167,995 73 


359 73 


115,213 00 


2,435 90 


181 


316 


330 


67,379 25 


204 18 


37,348 05 


1,253 09 


180 
180 
182 


527 
266 
457 


556 
277 
491 


120,026 85 

81,621 55 

186,721 75 


215 88 
294 66 
380 29 


88,943 23 

58,026 08 

106,926 24 


3,300 74 

920 43 

3,261 24 


182 
181 
180 


479 
335 
348 


504 
352 
380 


113,783 89 
74,038 67 
89,066 75 


225 76 
210 34 
234 39 


78,555 70 
56,585 00 
67,362 51 


2,166 02 

768 49 

2,517 29 


182 


347 


361 


102,625 13 


284 28 


64,451 59 


1,258 96 


181 


354 


385 


94,957 75 


246 64 


55,043 78 


2,135 89 


180 


490 


518 


150,882 04 


291 28 


93,992 74 


1.643 77 


180 
180 


360 
442 


377 
471 


72,862 60 
129,214 46 


193 27 
274 34 


46,152 20 
83,984 99 


2,494 29 
2,198 25 


180 
182 


275 
297 


294 
314 


60,500 09 
68,809 99 


205 78 
219 14 


43,302 64 
46,666 14 


1,948 59 
856 82 



50 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Persons 5 to 16 Years 





TOWNS 




5 


TO 7 Years 






7 TO 




a 
o 


a 


B 


la 


o 


d 
o 






S g 


a 


a> 


ceg 


o 


'■S a 






II 
£-3 


^1^ 


-11 


m o g 


.2 M 


So 

•a a 






a 


a 


a 


a 


Z^ 


^ 




















130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


40 


Brookline 


1,264 


1,033 


231 


_ 


_ 


5,425 


41 


Arlington 


1,254 


969 


277 


3 


5 


5,521 


42 


Watertown . 


1,224 


928 


296 


- 


- 


4,527 


43 


Weymouth . 


888 


676 


70 


- 


142 


4,511 


44 


Framingham 


1,204 


678 


174 


- 


352 


3,082 


45 


Belmont 


766 


623 


140 


2 


1 


3,225 


46 


Methuen 


587 


436 


150 


- 


1 


2,902 


47 


Braintree 


934 


904 


29 


- 


1 


3,123 


48 


Milton 


639 


481 


152 


1 


5 


2,794 


49 


Wellesley 


629 


.565 


64 


- 


- 


2,511 


50 


West Springfield . 


699 


515 


182 


1 


1 


2,603 


51 


Natick 


719 


560 


61 


- 


98 


2,543 


52 


Wakefield . 


662 


467 


190 


4 


1 


2,644 


53 


Winthrop 


493 


467 


22 


2 


2 


2,366 


54 


Dedham 


612 


380 


124 


- 


108 


2,635 


55 


Southbridge 


597 


288 


244 


_ 


65 


2,065 


56 


Greenfield 


585 


457 


80 


- 


48 


2,217 


57 


Saugus 


593 


504 


11 


- 


78 


2,480 


58 


Lexington 


718 


438 


53 


- 


227 


2,169 


59 


Norwood 


458 


360 


91 


- 


7 


2,113 


60 


Needham 


703 


671 


11 


4 


17 


2,145 


61 


Danvers 


371 


265 


45 


- 


61 


1,735 


62 


Winchester . 


686 


488 


147 


- 


51 


2,202 


63 


IMilford 


598 


372 


139 


- 


87 


1,898 


64 


Reading 


531 


329 


202 


- 


- 


1,970 


65 


Marblehead 


531 


435 


96 


_ 


_ 


1,762 


66 


Plymouth 


418 


275 


89 


- 


54 


1,783 


67 


Webster 


474 


105 


339 


- 


30 


1,802 


68 


Stoneham 


411 


234 


87 


- 


90 


i,819 


69 


Fairhaven 


427 


205 


118 


- 


104 


1,873 


70 


Clinton 


333 


158 


127 


_ 


48 


1,541 


71 


Andover 


448 


323 


110 


- 


15 


1,689 


72 


North Attleborough 


453 


218 


233 


2 


- 


1,640 


73 


Adams 


451 


242 


208 


- 


1 


1,619 


74 


Athol .... 


385 


233 


- 


- 


152 


1,516 


75 


Swampscott 


454 


379 


74 


- 


1 


1,364 


76 


Stoughton . 


356 


232 


55 


1 


68 


1,623 


77 


Dartmouth . 


356 


215 


48 


- 


93 


1,542 


78 


Billerica 


398 


331 


25 


- 


42 


1,878 


79 


Amherst 


307 


169 


37 


- 


101 


958 


80 


Amesbury 


264 


114 


150 


_ 


_ 


1,375 


81 


Easthampton 


359 


193 


162 


1 


3 


1,261 


82 


Hingham 


435 


390 


45 


- 


- 


1,405 


83 


Barnstable . 


298 


226 


7 


- 


65 


1,453 


84 


Shrewsbury . 


342 


239 


14 


- 


89 


1,386 


85 


Northbridge 


320 


143 


144 


_ 


33 


1,415 


86 


Agawam 


452 


277 


1 


- 


174 


1,411 


87 


Middleborough 


327 


233 


2 


- 


92 


1,462 


88 


South Hadley 


322 


232 


13 


- 


77 


1,075 


89 


Randolph 


454 


269 


- 


- 


185 


1,627 


90 


Palmer 


242 


168 


60 


_ 


14 


1,272 


91 


Bridgewater 


303 


245 


3 


- 


55 


900 


92 


Chelmsford . 


321 


198 


56 


- 


67 


1,208 


93 


Rockland 


267 


122 


76 


- 


69 


1,203 


94 


Walpole 


316 


223 


- 


- 


93 


1,330 


95 


Auburn 


343 


193 


19 


1 


130 


1,330 


96 


Concord 


285 


251 


34 


- 


- 


996 


97 


Ludlow 


291 


119 


125 


1 


46 


1,126 


98 


Dracut 


301 


144 


114 


- 


43 


1,353 


99 


Somerset 


225 


170 


55 


~ 


- 


1,295 



Ft. 11. 
















51 


Population 


OR Over — 


Continued 


























Iluteratb 




or Age, Oct. 1, 


1950 










Minors, 


16 TC 


21 














Years 


OF Age 


16 YBAR8 












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■■s 

•C OS 

3 
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a 


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11 

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0^ 


d 


a 


a 


£ 


a 


a 


z 


a 


rt 




136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 




143 


4,211 


1,204 


_ 


_ 


5 


5 


_ 




_ 


4,118 


1,325 


- 


39 


30 


9 


- 




- 


3,238 


1,279 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 




- 


4,042 


461 


- 


- 


1 


7 


- 




1 


2,753 


308 


- 


15 


3 


3 


- 




- 


2,583 


618 


_ 


19 


3 


2 


1 




_ 


2,165 


719 


- 


12 


4 


2 


- 




- 


2,825 


285 


- 


2 


7 


4 


- 




- 


1,946 


838 


- 


4 




6 


- 




- 


2,132 


371 


- 


4 


- 


4 


- 




- 


1,939 


627 


8 


17 


4 


8 


5 




_ 


2,205 


324 


- 


6 


4 


4 


- 




- 


2,214 


414 


_ 


1 


2 


13 


- 




- 


2,173 


173 


- 


3 


10 


7 


- 




- 


2,106 


490 


- 


24 


11 


4 


- 




- 


1,096 


912 


_ 


43 


2 


12 


_ 




_ 


1,683 


434 


_ 


65 


4 


31 


- 




- 


2,384 


80 


- 


11 


2 


3 


- 




— 


2,047 


111 


_ 


3 


1 


7 


- 




— 


1,435 


620 


- 


40 


7 


11 


6 




- 


2,086 


58 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 




_ 


1,662 


48 


- 


10 


2 


13 


4 




- 


1,845 


352 


- 


— 


4 


1 


- 




— 


1,296 


592 


_ 


- 


4 


6 


9 




— 


1,868 


102 


- 


- 










- 


1,532 


229 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 




_ 


1,687 


73 


_ 


4 


3 


16 


_ 




— 


660 


1,096 


- 


28 


5 


13 


- 




5 


1,429 


379 


- 


2 


5 


4 


- 




- 


1,462 


355 


- 


22 


3 


31 


- 




- 


990 


519 


_ 


6 


5 


21 


1 




1 


1,264 


415 


9 


- 




1 






- 


1,016 


615 


- 


- 


7 


2 


- 




1 


1,195 


421 


_ 


- 




3 


- 




- 


1,497 


8 


- 


6 


2 


3 


- 




- 


1,096 


261 


_ 


_ 


3 


4 


_ 




_ 


1,247 


362 


- 


9 


5 


- 


6 




5 


1,345 


167 


— 


11 


4 


15 


- 




- 


1,807 


56 


— 


14 


1 


_ 


- 




- 


934 


20 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 




- 


808 


557 


_ 


3 




7 


5 




2 


710 


521 


_ 


20 


8 


2 


4 




3 


1,256 


149 


_ 


- 




_ 


_ 




- 


1,436 


6 


_ 


- 


_ 


11 


_ 




- 


1,269 


102 


- 


8 


- 


7 


- 




- 


1,049 


340 


_ 


16 


2 


8 


7 




_ 


1,389 


10 


_ 


4 


4 


4 


3 




1 


1,429 


30 


- 


- 


3 


_ 


- 




- 


1,002 


62 


- 


10 




1 


1 




1 


1,532 


72 


- 


18 


- 


5 


- 




- 


1,003 


252 


_ 


10 


1 


6 


_ 




_ 


884 


11 


_ 


1 


2 


2 


_ 




_ 


1,092 


107 


_ 


4 




5 


_ 




_ 


945 


245 


_ 


5 


4 


4 


- 




- 


1,330 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1,244 


73 


_ 


10 


• 1 


2 


_ 




_ 


844 


160 


— 


_ 


_ 


2 


- 




- 


756 


345 


_ 


14 


5 


6 


8 




10 


843 


483 


_ 


17 


3 


7 








1,066 


215 


- 


4 


5 


., 5 


4 




2 



52 



P.D. 2. 
Gboup II. Towns of 5,000 



Membership in Public Dat 





TOWNS 


C3 


Elbmentakt Schools 




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9 


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13 


S-S 


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?> 


<& 


ca 


cS 


m 






s 




o 




o 


O 


o 


6 






144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


40 


Brookline 


530 


38 


_ 


557 


495 


573 


478 


459 


41 


Arlington 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42 


Watertown . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


Weymouth . 


- 


54 


- 


700 


698 


618 


531 


480 


44 


Framingham 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 


Belmont 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


46 


Methuen 


- 


8 


- 


314 


315 


311 


253 


245 


47 


Braintree 


409 


25 


6 


489 


488 


425 


365 


335 


48 


Milton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 


Wellesley . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


Weat Springfield . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


' - 


51 


Natick 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


52 


Wakefield . 


- 


21 


- 


345 


337 


264 


272 


205 


53 


Winthrop 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


54 


Dedham 


- 


- 


- 


268 


325 


300 


271 


229 


55 


Southb ridge 


108 


13 


29 


177 


187 


176 


138 


140 


56 


Greenfield 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


57 


Saugus 


- 


14 


- 


358 


378 


357 


326 


277 


58 


Lexington 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


59 


Norwood 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 


Needham 


, 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


61 


Danvers 


- 


11 


- 


248 


229 


229 


193 


180 


62 


Winchester . 


246 


14 


- 


244 


237 


236 


214 


189 


63 


Milford 


193 


13 


- 


167 


187 


179 


146 


128 


64 


Reading 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


65 


Marblehead 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


66 


Plymouth 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 


Webster 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 


Stoneham 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- ■■ 


- 


- 


- 


69 


Fairhaven 


- 


12 


- 


169 


191 


197 


198 


149 


70 


Clinton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


121 


123 


120 


120 


101. 


71 


Andover 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


72 


North Attleborough 


74 


21 


- 


139 


159 


145 


99 


110 


73 


Adams 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


74 


Athol . 


- 


- 


- 


192 


228 


227 


176 


166 


75 


Swampscott 


182 


_ 


- 


153 


150 


160 


153 


151 


76 


Stoughton . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77 


Dartmouth . 


- 


15 


- 


191 


225 


ISl 


157 


143 


78 


Billerica 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79 


Amherst 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


80 


Amesbury 


_ 


_ 


_ 


114 


109 


104 


82 


78 


81 


Elasthampton 


103 


12 


- 


100 


107 


97 


88 


74 


82 


Hingham 


233 


- 


- 


224 


232 


223 


181 


157 


83 


Barnstal:'le . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


84 


Shrewsbury . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


85 


Northbridge 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


86 


Agawam 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


87 


Middleborough 


- 


- 


- 


220 


212 


209 


155 


156 


88 


South Hadley 


- 


19 


- 


186 


164 


154 


129 


117 


89 


Randolph 


• 


- 


- 


203 


218 


247 


221 


183 


90 


Palmer 


. 


13 


_ 


131 


129 


143 


134 


122 


91 


Bridgewater 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


92 


Chelmsford . 


- 


- 


- 


196 


149 


154 


151 


137 


93 


Rockland 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94 


Walpole 


- 


- 


- 


151 


225 


215 


161 


150 


95 


Auburn 




_ 


_ 


178 


176 


203 


151 


123 


96 


Concord 


102 


- 


- 


137 


134 


131 


108 


111 


97 


Ludlow 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


98 


Dracut 


- 


10 


- 


104 


106 


112 


99 


74 


99 


Somerset 


- 


- 


- 


143 


153 


162 


119 


U3 



Pi II. 

Population or Over 



Continued 



53 



Schools by Gradbs, Oct. 1, 1950 



(Gbades I 


TO VIII) 






High Schools (Fotjb Ybabs) 




1 


ID 

o 


00 

2 
O 


a 

<D a 2 

g <B m 

a 


1 


>. 

1 


d 
o 

02 


a 
o 

Eh 


1 

o 




"a 
o 


s 

O 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


416 


435 


428 


- 


4,409 


437 


489 


480 


449 


7 


1,862 


6,271 


452 


434 


350 


- 


4,317 


332 


336 


321 


236 


5 


1,230 


6,547 


235 
268 


260 
286 


211 

265 


- 


2,152 
3,351 


262 
235 


210 
252 


179 
215 


184 
210 


- 


835 
912 


2,987 
4,263 


252 


206 


253 


- 


2,155 


246 


266 


243 


223 


2 


980 


3,135 


223 


223 


200 


- 


2,039 


232 


196 


172 


124 


2 


726 


2,765 


167 


119 


81 


- 


1,335 


149 


131 


113 


93 


- 


486 


1,821 


237 


279 


210 


- 


2,436 


242 


203 


201 


159 


- 


805 


3,241 


171 
209 
140 


204 
191 
125 


157 
165 
103 


- 


1,622 
1,945 
1,381 


188 
211 
160 


185 
224 
110 


137 

188 

83 


130 
131 
112 


1 


641 
754 
465 


2,263 
2,699 
1,846 


158 


151 


160 


- 


1,385 


173 


143 


113 


134 


2 


565 


1,950 


93 


92 


84 


- 


854 


165 


133 


128 


122 


- 


548 


1,402 


95 


100 


102 


-" 


1,044 


137 


100 


96 


91 


- 


424 


1,468 


166 


151 


149 


- 


1,455 


164 


163 


120 


89 


1 


537 


1,992 


121 


138 


116 


- 


1,324 


112 


120 


121 


115 


3 


471 


1,795 


161 


151 


136 


- 


1,360 


121 


75 


64 


78 


1 


339 


1,699 


83 
56 
120 


81 
71 
109 


66 

59 

124 


- 


717 

767 

1,603 


159 
78 
138 


147 
76 
141 


149 
76 
133 


110 
58 
100 


4 
3 
4 


569 
291 
516 


1,286 
1,058 
2,119 


175 
102 
184 


133 
94 
179 


145 

79 
157 


- 


1,405 
1,044 
1,592 


154 
111 
131 


125 

102 

86 


121 
87 
89 


113 
63 
90 


3 

1 
1 


516 
364 
397 


1,921 
1,408 
1,989 


108 


95 


102 


- 


977 


113 


103 


83 


74 


- 


373 


1,350 


110 


124 


100 


- 


1,121 


123 


102 


96 


76 


- 


397 


1,518 


158 


135 


122 


- 


1,317 


143 


142 


118 


114 


- 


517 


1,834 


124 
95 


134 

78 


133 
90 


- 


1,222 
986 


109 
109 


109 
126 


93 
138 


76 
107 


1 


387 
481 


1.609 
1,467 


92 
132 


100 
128 


73 
113 


- 


770 
1,063 


91 
108 


70 
85 


73 
60 


68 
66 


3 

2 


305 
321 


1,075 
1,384 



54 



Group II, 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of 5,000 



TOWNS 



6-3-3 



Membership in Public Dat 





ELEMENTABT SCHOOLS (GRADES 






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73 TS 


a 


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2 


2 


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ti u 


3 


O 


O 


O 


O 


o 


o o 



40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymouth . 

44 Framingham 

45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley 



60 West Springfield 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield . 

53 Winthrop . 

54 Dedham 



55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington 

59 Norwood 

60 Needham 

61 Danvers 

62 Winchester 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 

65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham 

69 Fairhaven 



70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborougl 

73 Adams 

74 Athol . 

75 Swampscott 

76 Stoughton . 

77 Dartmouth . 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 

80 Amesbury 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable . 

84 Shrewsbury . 

85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph 

90 Palmer 

91 Bridge water 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland 

94 Walpole 

95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Dracut 

99 Somerset 



164 



525 
463 



24 
313 



276 
261 



264 
360 



257 

180 
303 



199 
40 



161 
116 



92 



165 



13 



28 
12 
13 



16 



15 



27 



20 



167 



168 



169 



11 

46 


10 


506 
514 


529 
468 


556 
425 


500 
362 


397 
341 


22 


9 


382 


343 


354 


324 


300 


12 


26 


304 


348 


354 


300 


275 


20 


- 


276 
307 


287 
308 


304 

277 


189 
260 


191 

227 


33 
14 


10 


260 
393 


310 
406 


262 
314 


232 
274 


239 
254 



249 



202 



364 
175 



302 



256 



288 



225 



345 
194 



243 



311 



200 



294 
207 



312 



211 



207 



288 



171 



239 
145 



243 



256 239 



278 



170 



232 
149 



204 



200 

236 

60 

189 


181 

225 

67 

202 


217 

195 

68 

210 


185 

185 

46 

162 


184 
181 
64 
159 


191 


205 


167 


119 


163 


121 


139 


125 


124 


102 



123 



15 
12 


289 

148 


258 
121 


275 
125 


225 
126 


205 
114 


- 


203 
221 


218 
225 


210 
196 


173 
170 


176 
136 


9 
33 


121 
208 


141 
201 


126 
236 


132 

222 


122 
138 



156 133 120 106 104 
108 134 129 127 74 



102 111 108 76 69 



Pt. II 

Population or Over — Continued 



55 



Systems 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 







JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 




I TO IV) 




(grades 


VII TO IX) 












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od'^ 


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eo 




o 


o 


o 




-a 




-Ss^-S 


^■3 


ft 


"3 


03 


o 


s«.s 


aJ.S 


o 


o 


H 


O 


O 


O 


H 



SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades X TO XIl) 



172 


173 


412 
315 


3,436 
2,944 


292 


2,050 


249 


2,181 


212 
259 


1,755 
1,899 


185 
233 


1,795 
2,248 


226 


1,647 


184 


1,429 


204 

153 


1,705 
1,203 


208 


1,917 


208 


1,419 


163 

169 

66 

158 


1,336 

1,219 

423 

1,093 


107 


1,137 


107 


834 


116 


1,036 


220 
76 


1,487 
722 


160 
147 


1,140 
1,095 


108 
149 


759 
1,187 


94 


805 


108 


680 



174 



398 
314 



282 
235 



227 
252 



189 
219 



242 



194 



218 
146 



209 



207 

160 
216 

47 
129 



112 
132 



118 



237 
121 



149 
123 



127 
139 



400 
337 



257 
264 



245 
200 



191 

196 



173 



194 
149 



181 

143 

ISO 

56 

122 



134 
93 



118 



184 
95 



171 
118 



129 
118 



423 
351 



280 
266 



183 
212 



205 

175 



184 
128 



180 



180 

144 
222 
157 
149 



129 
157 



109 



176 
105 



123 
95 



146 
146 



1,221 
1,002 



819 
765 



655 
664 



585 
590 



596 
423 



606 



568 

447 
618 
260 
400 



375 
382 



597 
321 



443 
336 



402 
403 



72 553 



105 82 75 262 
111 72 80 263 



95 72 77 244 



178 



425 
329 



279 
253 



212 
193 



156 
231 



197 



196 
180 



215 



122 
156 



128 
114 



127 
95 



110 
115 



79 
130 



73 



406 
336 



286 
264 



217 
172 



136 
155 



149 
191 



197 



140 125 

167 173 

120 103 

157 136 



100 
120 



115 
115 



124 
93 



106 
105 



62 

81 



73 



180 



427 
334 



242 
243 



177 
175 



153 
166 



174 



126 



167 
131 



130 



157 

121 

120 

83 

100 



97 
128 



103 



96 
74 



111 
66 



49 
108 



77 



181 



13 



182 



1,271 
999 



807 
760 



608 
540 



445 
553 



432 



512 
503 



491 



569 

388 
462 
309 

394 



320 
406 



341 

288 



362 

254 



292 

287 



190 
319 



5,928 
4,945 



3,676 
3,706 



3,018 
3,103 

2,825 
3,391 

2,917 



2,440 



2,813 
2,129 



3,014 



2,556 

2,171 

2,299 

992 

1,887 



1,832 
1,622 



1,688 



2,425 
1,331 



1,945 
1,685 



1,453 
1,877 



1,257 
1,262 



1,020 



56 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns op 5,000 



Full Time Principals and Teachbbe, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 







TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 




TOWNS 




NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 




"a 
o 

>> 


So 


to 
CO 


■O o 
o o 

CO 




184 


185 186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


40 Brookline 


. Ill 


44 19 


36 


_ 


2 


1 


1 


41 Arlington 


33 


46 13 


24 


1 


2 


3 


3 


42 Watertown . 


. 49 


41 15 


15 


- 


- 


- 


1 


43 Weymouth . 


. 38 


35 7 


72 


1 


1 


1 


1 


44 Framingham 


9 


12 32 


28 


- 


1 


3 


- 


45 Belmont 


. 48 


22 11 


18 


1 


- 


_ 


- 


46 Methuen 


13 


50 2 


17 


- 


2 


- 


2 


47 Braintree 


44 


41 13 


27 


3 


- 


1 


1 


48 Milton 


33 


18 5 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 Wellesley 


36 


19 10 


21 


- 


1 


1 


- 


50 West Springfield . 


11 


17 2 


34 


- 


13 


- 


- 


51 Natiok 


. 23 


21 2 


19 


- 


4 


- 


- 


52 Wakefield 


24 


26 3 


23 


3 


1 


- 


- 


53 Winthrop 


. 23 


20 6 


11 


- 


- 


4 


- 


54 Dedham 


29 


14 10 


40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


55 Southbridge 


16 


13 3 


14 


1 


- 


- 


3 


56 Greenfield . 


4 


9 10 


23 


2 


- 


- 


2 


57 Saugus 


9 


36 6 


18 


2 


1 


1 


2 


58 Lexington 


. 22 


12 2 


32 


2 


- 


- 


- 


59 Norwood 


18 


18 6 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 Needham 


. 25 


16 8 


19 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


61 Danvers 


13 


27 7 


10 


2 


3 


2 


1 


62 Winchester . 


41 


11 6 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


63 Milford 


6 


23 15 


_ 


4 


- 


1 


- 


64 Reading 


. 22 


14 4 


11 


1 


- 


1 


~ 


65 Marblehead 


9 


17 9 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


66 Plymouth 


7 


19 6 


11 


- 


- 


- 


1 


67 Webster 


- 


10 1 


4 


1 


- 


- 


- 


68 Stoneham 


; 12 


14 3 


11 


1 


1 


- 


- 


69 Fairhaven 


5 


19 


17 


2 


4 


4 


2 


70 Clinton 


8 


17 12 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


71 Andover 


5 


17 6 


12 


— 


- 


- 


- 


72 North Attleborough 


5 


4 20 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


73 Adams 


5 


6 1 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


74 Athol . 


. 16 


11 1 


21 


~ 


~ 


~ 


1 


75 Swampscott 


17 


18 9 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


76 Stoughton 


5 


10 1 


14 


1 


- 


- 


1 


77 Dartmouth . 


7 


18 4 


14 


1 


5 


1 


4 


78 Billerica 


4 


2 6 


31 


- 


- 


- 


1 


79 Amherst 


7 


3 1 


15 


1 


~ 


~ 


~ 


80 Amesbury 


13 


6 6 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


81 Easthampton 


7 


14 4 


3 


2 


2 


- 


1 


82 Hingham 


. 28 


16 7 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


83 Barnstable . 


4 


14 4 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


84 Shrewsbury . 


10 


1 4 


22 


1 


- 


2 


- 


85 Northbridge 


6 


13 1 


6 


2 


- 


- 


- 


86 Agawam 


7 


14 1 


IS 


1 


1 


- 


1 


87 Middleborougb 


9 


14 2 


14 


5 


3 


1 


- 


88 South Hadley 


4 


13 1 


18 


1 


- 


- 


- 


89 Randolph 


24 


6 9 


9 


- 


- 


"" 


1 


90 Palmer 


2 


30 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


91 Bridge water 


6 


4 3 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


92 Chelmsford . 


13 


10 4 


17 


- 


1 


- 


- 


93 Rockland 


7 


6 2 


5 


2 


- 


- 


- 


94 Walpole 


13 


13 5 


21 


- 


- 


"" 


_ 


95 Auburn 


9 


11 2 


20 


- 


1 


1 


- 


96 Concord 


14 


12 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


97 Ludlow 


5 


8 1 


4 


1 , 


- 


- 


- 


98 Dracut 


5 


15 1 


12 


- 


- 


■ ^ 


1 


99 Somerset 


8 


10 2 


10 


1 


3 


I 


1 



pt.II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



57 



CliASalriED ACCORDING TO TRAINING, JaN. 1, 1951 



JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 
NORMAL SCHOOL 






SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






•a 

^ ° 



192 


193 


194 


_ 


214 


_ 


- 


125 


33 


- 


121 


39 


- 


156 


_ 


- 


85 


24 


_ 


100 


28 


— 


86 




— 


130 


_ 


- 


72 


26 


- 


88 


16 


_ 


77 


15 


- 


69 


15 


- 


80 


_ 


- 


64 


20 


- 


93 




_ 


50 




_ 


50 


11 


_ 


75 




- 


70 


13 


- 


57 


9 


_ 


69 


20 


- 


65 




_ 


83 


_ 


_ 


49 


_ 


- 


53 


18 


_ 


68 


12 


- 


44 


12 


- 


16 


2 


- 


42 


11 


- 


63 




_ 


37 




— 


40 


9 


- 


37 




- 


31 


12 


- 


60 




_ 


51 




1 


33 


8 


- 


54 




- 


44 


14 


- 


27 


8 


_ 


30 




- 


33 


_ 


- 


63 


_ 


- 


45 


9 


- 


40 


7 


_ 


28 


8 


- 


43 


10 


— 


48 


_ 


_ 


37 


_ 


- 


49 


- 


1 


35 


_ 


- 


27 


3 


- 


45 




- 


22 


4 


- 


52 




_ 


44 


_ 


_ 


42 


_ 


- 


19 


10 


- 


34 


_ 


- 


36 


- 



195 



196 



197 



13 
9 



12 
5 



198 

1 
1 



199 

3 



200 



1 3 
1 



1 


202 


203 


1 


- 


58 


1 


- 


60 


- 


- 


47 


- 


- 


40 


- 


- 


36 


1 


- 


30 


- 


- 


32 

25 



30 



24 



26 
24 



28 



23 

22 

28 

7 

18 



13 

20 



17 
15 



22 
17 



15 
14 



13 

12 



12 



58 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Full Time Principals and Teachers , classified according to Training 
high schools 
graduate op 



TOWNS 




teachers COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 




o 


NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOB 


>. 




C3 0- 


03 




a 
o 

§ 


IN 


01 

m O 
CO 


n 

0-5 




204 


205 


206 


207 


208 


209 


210 


211 


40 Brookline 

41 Arlington 

42 Watertown . 

43 Weymouth . 

44 Framingham 


83 
. 53 
49 
47 
31 


3 
2 
4 


4 
2 
4 
1 


4 
3 
2 
3 
6 


1 

1 
2 


3 
2 

1 
2 


1 


1 
1 


45 Belmont 

46 Methuen 

47 Braintree 

48 Milton 

49 Wellesley 


41 
33 
40 
30 
21 


- 


- 


1 
8 
4 


1 


1 


1 
3 


- 


50 West Springfield . 

51 Natick 

52 Wakefield 

53 Winthrop 

54 Dedham 


22 
22 
37 
28 
33 


1 
1 
1 


2 

1 
1 


5 
5 

1 
4 
6 


2 


1 


2 

4 
1 


- 


55 Southbridge 

56 Greenfield 

57 Saugus 

58 Lexington 

59 Norwood 


18 
21 

28 
21 
26 


1 
1 
1 


2 

2 
3 


6 
4 
2 
1 
3 


1 


1 
1 
1 
1 


- 


2 

1 


60 Needham 

61 Dan vers 

62 Winchester . 

63 Milford 

64 Reading 


25 
22 
32 
11 
24 


3 


2 

1 


1 
2 
4 
12 

1 


2 
2 


3 


2 


- 


65 Marblehead 

66 Plymouth 

67 Webster 

68 Stoneham 

69 Fairhaven 


19 
13 
10 
17 
19 


1 
1 


1 

1 
2 

1 


2 
6 
2 
3 
4 


1 


1 


1 

1 


1 


70 Clinton 

71 Andover 

72 North Attleborough 

73 Adams 

74 Athol . 


20 
14 
17 
13 
19 


2 
1 
2 


1 
2 
1 

2 


1 
3 
5 

1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


75 Swampscott 

76 Stoughton 

77 Dartmouth . 

78 Billerica 

79 Amherst 


25 
15 
10 
12 
16 


1 

2 


2 
1 


2 
1 
3 

3 


- 


- 


1 
1 


- 


80 Amesbury . 

81 Easthampton 

82 Hingham 

83 Barnstable 

84 Shrewsbury . 


21 
14 
29 
17 
11 


- 


1 

1 

1 


4 
2 

1 
3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


85 Northbridge 

86 Agawam 

87 Middleborough 

88 South Hadley 

89 Randolph . 


10 
13 
19 
15 
17 


1 


- 


3 
1 
5 

3 


- 


2 
1 


1 
1 

1 


- 


90 Palmer 

91 Bridgewater 

92 Chelmsford . 

93 Rockland 

94 Walpole 


13 
8 
13 
14 
19 


1 
1 


1 
2 


4 
3 
3 

2 


1 


- 


1 
2 


- 


95 Auburn 

96 Concord 

97 Ludlow 

98 Dracut 

99 Somerset 


12 

22 

8 

8 

9 


- 


1 
1 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 


1 


2 

1 


1 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



59 



Continued 



Jan. 1, 


1951 




School Buildings 
irsB, Jan. 1, 1951 


IN 




Buildings 

USED FOR 








"o 
























Total 


"sl 












^B 












Valuation 


4) CO 












«d o 












OF 




S 
o 




a| 
§1 






•30 


3 



as 




J3 
bg 

3 
1 


■a 


School 
Property 


12; 


H 


o 


H 


H 


pR 


« 


H 


S 


►^ 


m 







212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


222a 


223 


- 


98 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


11 


12 


10 


_ 


2 


_ 


$5,847,100 00 


- 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


13 


9 


3 




- 


3,963,500 00 


- 


61 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


11 


11 


8 


2 




_ 


4,690,300 00 


- 


56 


— 


1 


- 


1 


12 


14 


13 


- 




_ 


4,949,006 00 


- 


37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


14 


10 


2 


2 


- 


2,667,700 00 


_ 


43 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8 


8 


6 


1 




_ 


2,731,000 00 


- 


33 


— 


1 


_ 


1 


9 


11 


9 


_ 


2 


_ 


619,125 00 


- 


48 


- 


1 


- 


- 


10 


11 


10 


_ 




_ 


3,176,328 00 


- 


31 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


6 


7 


5 


1 


_ 


1 


2,348,783 00 


- 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


U 


11 


8 


2 






3,084,811 00 


1 


31 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


8 


9 


7 


1 






1,481,651 00 


- 


29 


1 


- 


_ 


1 


10 


12 


10 


1 




_ 


2,489,500 00 


- 


46 


- 


1 


- 


- 


8 


9 


8 


_ 




_ 


1,842,266 49 


- 


35 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


6 


6 


4 


1 




_ 


1,640,550 00 


- 


40 


- 


- 


1 


1 


8 


10 


9 


- 


- 


1 


2,150,500 00 


_ 


26 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


6 


8 


6 


_ 




1 


991,000 00 


- 


28 


1 


1 


- 


4 


8 


14 


9 


4 






1,814,350 00 


- 


34 


- 


- 


1 


5 


6 


12 


11 


_ 




_ 


937,000 00 


- 


26 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


7 


6 


_ 




_ 


1,998,450 29 


- 


34 


- 


1 


- 


- 


6 


7 


5 


1 




- 


2,939,000 00 


- 


26 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


8 


10 


7 


2 






3,639,866 00 


- 


26 


2 


1 


- 


1 


6 


10 


8 


T 




_ 


825,123 00 


- 


41 


- 


_ 


_ 




9 


9 


6 


1 




_ 


3,380,747 00 


- 


30 


- 


1 


1 


4 


4 


10 


9 






_ 


1,001,099 45 


~ 


26 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


6 


4 


1 




- 


1,924,109 23 


- 


23 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


7 


6 


_ 




1 


2,904,280 00 


- 


23 


- 


2 


_ 


2 


4 


8 


7 


_ 


_ 


1 


795,425 00 


- 


14 


— 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


4 


3 


_ 






1,158,000 00 


- 


21 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


6 


6 


5 


_ 




1 


1,228,850 00 


- 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


7 


6 


- 






1,545,000 00 


- 


24 


_ 


2 


1 


5 


2 


10 


9 


_ 




_ 


1,100,080 00 


- 


19 


- 


1 


_ 


2 


6 


9 


7 


1 




_ 


2,012,400 00 


- 


24 


2 




_ 


2 


3 


7 


6 




_ 


1 


1,180,726 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 


5 


3 


1 






870,800 00 


~ 


24 


- 


2 


- 


2 


6 


10 


9 


- 




- 


1,055,500 00 


- 


31 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


5 


4 


_ 




_ 


1,470,610 21 


- 


16 


- 


3 


- 


- 


5 


8 


7 


_ 




_ 


387,050 00 


- 


14 


— 


4 


- 


2 


5 


11 


10 


_ 




_ 


1,232,552 00 


- 


14 


— 


- 


1 


_ 


4 


5 


4 


_ 




_ 


977,100 00 


~ 


20 


1 


1 


1 


4 


3 


10 


6 


2 




1 


790,139 89 


- 


26 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


4 


6 


5 


_ 






956,405 00 


- 


17 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


5 


5 


3 


_ 




1 


912,500 00 


- 


29 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


7 


8 


6 


_ 


2 




1,196,671 11 


- 


19 


- 


- 


2 


3 


3 


8 


7 


1 




_ 


2,055,000 00 


- 


14 


- 


1 


- 


- 


4 


5 


2 


- 


- 


3 


650,000 00 


- 


14 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


6 


7 


5 


1 


1 


_ 


1,020,950 00 


- 


17 


- 


— 


- 


- 


5 


5 


4 


_ 


1 


_ 


1,180,000 00 


- 


27 


4 


1 


- 


1 


4 


10 


9 


- 


1 


_ 


467,450 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


6 


5 


_ 


1 


_ 


605,645 07 


- 


20 


- 


1 


- 


1 


6 


8 


7 


- 


1 


- 


1,031,100 00 


- 


19 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


7 


5 


_ 


2 


_ 


556,735 00 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


2 


1 


1 


- 


354,000 00 


- 


17 


— 


- 


- 


3 


4 


7 


6 


- 


1 


_ 


694,000 00 


- 


17 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


568,280 00 


- 


24 


- 


- 


1 


1 


4 


6 


5 


- 


1 


- 


1,102,554 00 


- 


16 


1 


_ 


2 


1 


4 


8 


7 


_ 


1 


_ 


1,486,750 00 


- 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


3 


- 


2 


_ 


573,200 00 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


— 


1 


728,700 00 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


6 


5 


- 


1 


_ 


439,600 00 


~ 


14 


- 


1 


- 


1 


4 


6 


5 


- 


1 


- 


628,973 00 



60 



Group II. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of 5,000 











Teaching Staff in All Public Dat 






. i" 
6 




Schools 


— KiNDBRGABTEN, ElEMENTAB T. 






d 


Junior High, 


High — 


Jan. 1, 1951 












PART 




TOWNS 








FULL TIME 




TIME 












fc 






a 




2 






E-g 






_o 


a 


-2 


o 






o « 






"So 


O 

■■Co 


a 


•g 


0) 




II 
^1 






•gin 

Is 


c3iO 
_3 0> 


a 


t4 


J3 
o 


3 






o 


!=5'^ 


'C 


s 


o 


o 


s 






h 


> 


Ph 


CD 


H 


H 


ai 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


100 


Falmouth 


8,497 


$26,441,176 


2 


4 


69 


75 


_ 


101 


North Andover 


8,429 


12,368,940 


1 


4 


40 


45 


_ 


102 


Whitman 


8,422 


8,975,925 


2 


3 


56 


61 


3 


103 


Grafton 


8,174 


5,794,670 


_ 


— 


40 


40 


8 


104 


Millbury 


8,144 


6,086,490 


1 


2 


41 


44 


3 


105 


Hudson 


8,131 


7,309,435 


2 


_ 


41 


43 


_ 


106 


Franklin 


8,043 


9,749,760 


2 


- 


50 


52 


2 


107 


Wareham 


7,863 


16,298,757 


3 


_ 


57 


60 


8 


108 


Montague 


7,793 


10,731,535 


1 


_ 


59 


60 


1 


109 


Ware . 


7,495 


6,417.440 


1 


2 


32 


35 


2 


110 


Canton 


7,438 


9,671,110 


1 


1 


36 


38 


3 


111 


Tewksbury . 


7,375 


6,811,610 


1 


— 


29 


30 


4 


112 


Westborough 


7,266 


5,899,983 


2 


1 


34 


37 


1 


113 


Mansfield 


7,156 


8,629,300 


2 


- 


50 


52 


3 


114 


Abington 


7,133 


6,604,445 


3 


3 


41 


47 


1 


115 


Spencer 


7,047 


5,087,735 


_ 


1 


32 


33 


_ 


116 


Foxborough 


7,037 


7,377,762 


1 


4 


39 


44 


- 


117 


Wilmington . 


7,013 


7,922,888 


1 


4 


50 


55 


1 


118 


Uxbridge 


7,005 


7,704.905 


2 


2 


40 


44 


3 


119 


Maynard 


6,975 


5,917,985 


1 


3 


45 


49 


- 


120 


Ipswich 


6,877 


9,123,630 


3 


2 


38 


43 


_ 


121 


Great Barrington . 


6,598 


9,759,405 


1 


- 


44 


45 


- 


122 


Winohendon . 


6,477 


5,823,100 


2 


2 


48 


52 


- 


123 


Easton 


6,226 


5,987,010 


2 


— 


43 


45 


- 


124 


Monson 


6,139 


3,332,608 




- 


27 


27 


2 


125 


Swansea 


6,080 


6,044,510 




2 


35 


37 


1 


126 


WilHamstown 


6,013 


7,769,995 


1 


_ 


39 


40 


- 


127 


Scituate 


5,983 


17,065,940 


2 


3 


40 


45 


3 


128 


Holden 


5,970 


5,422,163 


1 


_ 


47 


48 


3 


129 


Leicester 


5,929 


4,296,525 


1 


- 


35 


36 


2 


130 


Orange 


5,880 


5,779,805 


_ 


_ 


40 


40 


_ 


131 


Oxford 


5,864 


4,039,333 


2 


- 


36 


38 


3 


132 


Westwood 


5,838 


9,974,910 


1 


6 


38 


45 


- 


133 


Bourne 


5,786 


13,937,125 


1 


1 


30 


32 


2 


134 


Ayer . 


5,728 


4,306,650 


1 


- 


36 


37 


2 


135 


Wrentham 

Total 

) 


5,357 


5,502,305 


2 


- 


24 


26 


2 




. 1,201,934 


$1,820,521,694 


288 


290 


6,970 


7,548 


172 



1 Preliminary Counts, July 7, 1950. 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



61 



Continued 



Pupn-s IN All 


Public Dat 


Schools 


KiNDERGABTEN, ElEMENTAET, JuNIOB 


High, 


ft 

Is 
s7 






High — 


Year 


ENDING June 30, 


1951 






1 


1 

T3 


S3 




amber of 
ession 

tdp 




r whom 
d tuition 
ess than 
bool year 


HI 


Is 




s 












03 a 




CQ 03 






verage 
days in 

verage 
membei 




upila f 
town p 
for not 
half of £ 


on-resid 
attende 
than ha 
year 




(!< 


-< 


< 




< < 




Ph 


Z 


Z 



8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


1,814 


279.671 


1,553 


180 


1,697 


_ 


20 


1,677 


999 


162,290 


930 


175 


983 


8 


2 


989 


1,659 


271,689 


1,531 


177 


1,609 


1 


184 


1,426 


1,063 


170,591 


961 


178 


1,028 


- 


83 


945 


1.322 


219,209 


1,228 


179 


1,298 


2 


20 


1,280 


979 


158,760 


907 


175 


949 


_ 


66 


883 


1,449 


230,797 


1,328 


174 


1,425 


1 


31 


1,395 


1,695 


264,414 


1,479 


180 


1,597 


2 


95 


1,504 


1,386 


228,164 


1,281 


178 


1,341 


6 


72 


1,275 


834 


129,993 


763 


174 


808 


- 


17 


791 


991 


162,227 


906 


179 


979 


3 


17 


965 


994 


153,554 


883 


173 


957 


- 


34 


923 


914 


151,992 


850 


179 


898 


- 


15 


883 


1,334 


226,172 


1,247 


181 


1,315 


- 


9 


1,306 


1,206 


194,488 


1,108 


176 


1,182 


- 


15 


1,167 


947 


158,564 


882 


180 


929 


_ 


54 


875 


1,106 


175,019 


987 


178 


1,052 


— 


10 


1,042 


1,573 


254,522 


1,448 


175 


1,553 


- 


64 


1,489 


1,094 


183,580 


1,028 


179 


1,110 


6 


19 


1,097 


1,068 


175,169 


1,004 


175 


1,049 


- 


4 


1,045 


1,058 


171,376 


968 


177 


1,026 


_ 


33 


993 


1,109 


178,002 


1,006 


177 


1,062 


1 


54 


1,009 


1,272 


201,770 


1,144 


180 


1,214 


7 


29 


1,192 


1,199 


188,546 


1,068 


177 


1,156 


2 


33 


1,125 


786 


121,261 


712 


172 


765 


- 


35 


730 


1,001 


155,969 


896 


174 


971 


13 


38 


946 


953 


153,284 


855 


179 


924 


5 


48 


881 


1,203 


188,309 


1,053 


179 


1,157 


23 


— 


1,180 


1,186 


199,514 


1,107 


180 


1,173 


1 


60 


1,114 


859 


139,439 


791 


176 


842 


- 


24 


818 


1,140 


181,173 


1,059 


171 


1,115 


_ 


39 


1,076 


1,095 


184,936 


1,027 


180 


1,093 


1 


17 


1,077 


1,035 


167,672 


954 


177 


1,025 


— 


5 


1,020 


856 


130,341 


744 


178 


789 


— 


9 


780 


1,193 


152,952 


866 


175 


924 


- 


279 


645 


575 


90,222 


510 


177 


551 


- 


12 


539 


183,747 


29,537,355 


166,899 


177 


178,666 


250 


4,818 


174,098 



62 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Itemizbd Expenditxtkbs for Suppoet of Alij Public 



TOWNS 



as 






100 Falmouth . 

101 North Andover 

102 Whitman 

103 Grafton 

104 Millbury 

105 Hudson 

106 Franklin 

107 Wareham 

108 Montague 

109 Ware . 

110 Canton 

111 Tewksbury 

112 Westborough 

113 Mansfield 

114 Abington 

115 Spencer 

116 Foxborough 

117 Wilmington 

118 Uxbridge 

119 Maynard 



120 Ipswich 

121 Great Barrin; 

122 Winchendon 

123 Easton 

124 Monson 

125 Swansea 

126 Williamstown 

127 Scituate 

128 Holden 

129 Leicester 

130 Orange 

131 Oxford 

132 Westwood 

133 Bourne 

134 Ayer . 

135 Wrentham 

Total 



;ton 



16 



17 



18 



•5-9 
o 



812,788 60 


S235,480 


18 


$9,034 08 


$13,655 


42 


11,775 


84 


158,442 


15 


1,922 


41 


9,542 


40 


7,698 


10 


172,553 


40 


5,291 


31 


9,711 


65 


8,747 


34 


114,919 


73 


2,903 


67 


5,020 


82 


8,668 


71 


136,608 


74 


3,651 


55 


5,888 


19 


7,574 


20 


114,927 


12 


2,014 


03 


8,058 


91 


9,448 


28 


163,247 


48 


3,672 


69 


5,829 


98 


10,448 


46 


191,357 


52 


4,803 


80 


4,654 


19 


10,445 


39 


190,561 


94 


4,330 


93 


11,102 


89 


9,310 


91 


99,846 


51 


3,366 


25 


3,942 


02 


9,698 


00 


126,466 


35 


3,170 66 


6,951 


34 


2,233 


68 


85,783 


47 


2,593 


00 


3,665 


57 


6,988 35 


112,026 


69 


2,798 


37 


5,749 


64 


8,938 


95 


152,956 


89 


3,306 


09 


6,641 


59 


9,093 67 


138,003 


69 


3,422 


48 


6,582 


21 


5,007 


17 


94,549 


61 


3,223 


21 


6,613 


46 


8,619 


09 


131,454 


00 


6,599 


53 


4,616 04 


6,782 


30 


148,851 


47 


1,565 


44 


7,626 


19 


8,442 72 


138,204 


18 


2,270 


58 


4,235 


09 


7,795 


92 


134,181 


72 


2,572 


36 


8,179 


58 


8,081 


36 


124,767 


47 


2,580 


29 


4,781 


42 


7,267 


57 


138,936 


99 


3,319 


68 


4,703 


02 


6,282 


84 


137,249 


39 


2,655 


66 


6,551 


52 


8,231 


68 


129,888 


41 


4,201 


88 


7,749 


98 


5,806 


01 


73,806 


50 


2,554 


64 


2,330 


91 


8,055 


73 


118,610 


90 


3,204 


79 


7,212 


22 


9,360 


23 


134,541 


67 


2,596 


88 


9,857 


25 


8,268 45 


139,365 


36 


5,088 


79 


7,599 21 


5,557 


53 


138,033 


42 


3,463 


30 


6,366 


35 


8,792 47 


98.440 


69 


3,115 


50 


5,236 


82 


5,968 


52 


94,057 


22 


4,455 


95 


6,265 


95 


3,886 


21 


114,974 


00 


2,887 


05 


6,820 


84 


8,282 


11 


127,404 67 


11,728 


00 


8,547 


17 


8,073 


59 


105,670 


62 


2,181 


15 


6,411 


63 


6,092 


27 


101,040 


49 


2,373 


52 


5,753 


10 


2,784 


13 


73,965 


10 


2,542 


04 


2,893 


32 


Sl,219,976 34 


$24,894,964 01 


$518,850 49 


$1,326,968 05 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



63 



Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation - 


— Year ending 


JuNH 30, 1951 












^- 












transportation 


II 




i 








1 










a 
3 




J3 2 


. d 




o 








X 










■n 
m 




^ft 








a 
c 

c 

s 

o 




1 

o 
o 

o ^ 
" o 




o ^ 

is 
U 

o " 


4 




tf 




h^ 




£ 




H 




Eh 


20 




21 




22 




23 




24 




25 


S34,127 05 


$14,801 


04 


$742 


16 


$5,552 38 


$23,567 


50 


- 


27,512 


18 


3,018 


39 


- 




4,115 


86 


7,074 


25 


- 


29,989 


14 


8,020 


98 


141 


94 


3,717 73 


5,377 


06 


- 


18,974 


90 


10,206 


84 


- 




1,382 


06 


11,874 


50 


$285 05 


19,388 57 


4,645 


09 


6 


47 


4,461 


14 


9,929 


75 


~ 


21,537 01 


29,043 


34 


_ 




3,593 


78 


3,720 00 


- 


30,070 


65 


7,959 


37 


205 


53 


2,903 


39 


20,220 


56 


— 


34,873 


37 


14,553 


39 


- 




4,162 


30 


23,618 30 


161 20 


41,499 70 


26,293 


87 


140 


54 


4,675 


30 


15,477 


83 


25 00 


13,035 98 


2,436 


93 


- 




4,065 


88 


12,750 


88 


~ 


28,905 


05 


3,691 


96 


_ 




2,847 


07 


11,029 


56 


- 


16,395 05 


6,162 


72 


207 


87 


2,566 


77 


15,046 


80 


~ 


16,461 


78 


18,138 


65 


195 


10 


2,429 


63 


8,752 


56 


— 


22,841 


39 


6,175 


62 


47 


23 


3,649 


03 


12,779 


36 


- 


24,819 


55 


6,632 


95 


138 


61 


3,569 


26 


4,600 


00 


~ 


16,216 


72 


7,028 06 


_ 




1,922 


37 


10,250 


00 


- 


20,892 


91 


9,795 


02 


- 




4,007 


00 


10,710 01 


- 


25,239 


04 


12,760 75 


684 


36 


3,911 


30 


20,838 


75 


- 


24,049 


44 


12,559 


96 


12 


25 


3,885 


19 


11,848 


68 


■~ 


24,199 


90 


26,842 


40 


- 




3,872 


42 


2,499 


64 


~ 


20,487 


44 


7,261 


94 


. 




3,648 46 


14,839 


76 


- 


24,518 


28 


5,785 


20 






2,947 


50 


12,109 


27 


— 


30,234 


09 


11,122 


81 






3,330 


12 


7,078 20 


~ 


27,755 42 


14,062 


35 


180 


84 


4,053 


72 


15,622 


44 


26 GO 


16,251 


26 


12,701 


08 


187 


11 


1,292 


79 


24,105 


00 


309 00 


25,843 


84 


21,778 


90 


1,234 


20 


2,273 


40 


16,085 74 


- 


21,262 


13 


4,521 


76 


328 


54 


3,356 


54 


13,125 


80 


~ 


22,882 


93 


5,919 


80 


310 


98 


5,928 


44 


21,832 


76 


1,078 68 


27,234 06 


14,454 


61 


184 


13 


1,724 


56 


20,373 


00 


~ 


12,814 


25 


3,386 


37 


145 71 


3,090 


37 


12,360 24 




19,490 


66 


8,316 


97 




_ 


862 


79 


11,838 50 


- 


19,867 


71 


5,782 


82 


101 


62 


3,374 


82 


15,689 


20 


- 


24,305 


27 


5,028 


08 


808 48 


2,171 


21 


10,757 00 


- 


17,122 


98 


6,355 


63 


354 


28 


461 


98 


14,786 07 


— 


17,580 


65 


3,596 


81 




- 


1,700 


00 


2,494 


00 


" 


15,988 


27 


3,781 


27 


124 


88 


519 


66 


6,036 


34 


198 30 


S4, 143,688 


10 


$1,833,304 96 


$89,398 27 


$500,624 41 


$1,302,109 38 


$7,773 25 



64 



TOWNS 



Group II. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of 5,000 



Itemized Expbnditubes for Support of All 

Public Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation 

— Year ending June 30, 1951 — Con. 



EXPENDITUBB 
ENDING JUNB 



13 k 



^ S3 

O 

to cQ a 



100 Falmouth . 

101 North Andover 

102 Whitman 

103 Grafton 

104 Millbury 

105 Hudson 

106 Franklin 

107 Wareham 

108 Montague 

109 Ware . 

110 Canton 

111 Tewksbury 

112 Westborough 

113 Mansfield 

114 Abington 

115 Spencer 

116 Foxborough 

117 Wilmington 

118 Uxbridge 

119 Maynard 

120 Ipswich 

121 Great Barrin] 

122 Winchendon 

123 Easton 

124 Monson 

125 Swansea 

126 Williamstown 

127 Scituate 

128 Holden 

129 Leicester 

130 Orange 

131 Oxford 

132 Westwood 

133 Bourne 

134 Ayer . 

135 Wrentham 

Total 



;ton 



26 


27 


28 


29 


S313 80 
447 35 

236 32 


$1,509 88 

2,600 35 

1,011 48 

675 40 

8,173 16 


$351,258 29 
226,317 63 
243,960 14 
174,990 31 
201,657 69 


$320,230 60 

129,514 61 

980 72 

592 00 


282 98 
353 31 


3,398 52 
5,516 06 
11,432 38 
3,646 92 
1,445 80 


193,866 91 
249,356 97 
300,418 22 

308.200 31 

150.201 16 


63,877 63 

1,717 35 
4,215 67 


447 15 
8 00 

282 32 


2,687 19 
4,077 69 
3,262 32 
5,139 51 
2,707 03 


195,894 33 
138,740 62 
176,803 09 
222,757 98 
199,569 45 


316,554 67 

12,776 11 
112 55 


56 25 
788 06 
104 00 


1,517 73 
1,318 33 
4,754 53 
3,671 05 
2,658 93 


146,328 33 
198,011 93 
233,070 38 
209,967 20 
212,906 87 


516,200 00 
1,364 76 


239 27 
267 06 
316 00 


1,070 09 
7,896 46 

780 44 
24,183 68 

383 29 


187.518 23 
207,723 24 
205,552 13 
236,272 40 
139,727 59 


2,200 00 
1,762 84 


195 62 

603 30 

2,319 28 

226 30 


4,909 31 
6,181 12 
4,545 62 
887 46 
4,024 45 


209,404 65 
205,735 22 
225,140 30 
218,504 72 
151,406 87 


617 40 

14,657 05 

5,398 51 


483 00 
65 43 


2,063 94 

2,061 74 

325 49 

5,720 92 


153,320 50 
175,446 01 
199,840 48 
167,138 85 
140,696 27 


7,619 41 

520.102 00 

180,760 02 

164 28 


104 00 


2,967 10 


111,904 41 


- 


$54,123 62 


$737,897 63 


$36,629,678 51 


$8,319,882 73 



Pt. 11. 

Population or Over — Continued 



65 



roR Outlay, Year 
30, 1951 


Valuation of 

1950 PER Pdpil 

IN Net Averaqb 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1951 


Expenditure for 
School Support from 

Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 
1950, PER $1,000 Val- 
uation 


Rate of 

PER 

Valuai 


Total Tax 

$1 000 


1 


1 


ION, 1950 


1 


t-4 


►H 




s 


1 
1 


3 

o 


1 1^ 


1 ft 
1 1° 


1 

a 
< 




30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 


82,613 U 

3,597 49 

1,932 08 

4,531 66 

894 50 


$322,843 71 

133,112 10 

2,912 80 

4,531 66 

1,486 50 


$15,767 7 

12,507 19 

6,294 77 

6,132 80 

4,755 93 


$11 72 90 
15 01 64 
18 49 31 
17 39 42 
22 92 9 


$38 00 
43 00 
49 50 
52 00 
59 40 


76 
54 
30 
21 
5 


1,950 52 
587 00 
2,691 53 
8,709 49 
1,270 94 


1,950 52 
64,464 63 

2,691 53 
10,426 84 

5,486 61 


8,278 52 
6,989 67 
10,837 27 
8,417 51 
8,113 53 


20 01 19 
19 13 27 
14 01 79 
22 56 10 
16 22 51 


56 00 
38 00 
41 00 
44 00 
53 00 


11 
77 
67 
49 
19 


31,375 71 

2,501 64 

665 79 

1,864 98 

1,947 95 


347,930 38 

2,501 64 

665 79 

14,641 09 

2,060 50 


10,022 32 
7,380 59 
6,682 68 
6,607 71 
5,659 85 


13 08 82 
13 78 81 
21 38 14 

21 84 13 

22 51 11 


59 00 
40 00 
48 00 
46 00 
56 00 


6 
72 
35 
39 
10 


953 16 

8,577 61 

47,051 58 

595 73 

654 60 


953 16 

8,577 61 

563,251 58 

595 73 
2,019 36 


5,814 81 
7,080 65 
5,321 88 
7,024 66 
5,663 84 


17 47 39 
22 97 8 
14 73 66 
19 11 28 
28 66 1 


63 00 
48 00 
56 00 
40 00 
58 00 


2 
34 
13 
73 

8 


1,849 36 
3,417 65 
304 83 
2,359 10 
3,549 00 


4,049 36 
3,417 65 
304 83 
4,121 94 
3,549 00 


9,188 43 
9,672 37 
4,885 91 
5,322 87 
4,565 94 


14 22 77 

15 81 60 
23 04 6 
22 10 12 
26 24 3 


42 00 
37 00 
59 00 

43 00 
56 00 


58 
81 
7 
52 
12 


2,718 78 
870 51 
5,508 97 
2,909 45 
1,011 60 


3,336 18 

870 51 

20,166 02 

2,909 45 

6,410 11 


6,389 74 
8,819 47 
14,463 11 
4,867 92 
5,252 90 


17 31 43 

18 78 29 
10 28 93 
26 43 2 

19 48 26 


36 00 
45 00 
40 60 
56 20 
61 20 


84 

44 

70 

9 

3 


675 98 

47,453 78 

7,901 78 

2,193 35 

3,282 56 


8,295 39 

567,555 78 

188,661 80 

2,357 63 

3,282 56 


5,371 86 
3,750 96 
9,779 35 
17,868 4 
6,677 69 


18 18 32 
26 07 4 
14 73 65 
8 39 95 
10 68 91 


50 00 
63 00 
41 00 
34 00 
44 00 


27 
1 
68 
89 
46 


2,129 35 


2,129 35 


10,208 30 


16 22 52 


43 50 


51 


8770,980 31 


$9,090,863 04 


$10,457 


$15 36 


- 


- 



66 



Group II. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of 5,000 



EXPBNDITUEE FOR StTPPORT OP AlL PuBLIC 
YbAE ENDINa 



TOWNS 



FROM LOCAL TAXATION 



a a 



.a ft 



FROM STATE 

REIMBURSEMENT (iNCLTJDINQ 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 



:S t< [I I— ( 

^>^ -2 ft 

ftf a a ^ § 



100 Falmouth . 

101 North Andover 

102 Whitman 

103 Grafton 

104 MiUbury 

105 Hudson 

106 Frankhn 

107 Wareham 

108 Montague 

109 Ware . 

110 Canton 

111 Tewksbury 

112 Westborough 

113 Mansfield 

114 Abington 

115 Spencer 

116 Foxborough 

117 Wilmington 

118 Uxbridge 

119 Maynard 

120 Ipswich 

121 Great Barrington 

122 Winchendon 

123 Easton 

124 Monson 

125 Swansea 

126 Williamstown 

127 Scituate 

128 Holden 

129 Leicester 

130 Orange 

131 Oxford 

132 Westwood 

133 Bourne 

134 Ayer . 

135 Wrentham 

Total 



38 



39 



$309,908 


88 


$184 80 


18 


185,597 


80 


187 


66 


14 


165,953 


95 


116 


38 


78 


100,769 


14 


106 


63 


86 


139,519 


15 


109 


00 


85 


146,279 


97 


165 


66 


29 


186,485 


78 


133 


68 


59 


228,404 


56 


151 


86 


41 


242,128 


94 


189 


90 


12 


104,004 


47 


131 


48 


60 


126,452 


25 


131 


04 


62 


93,875 


38 


101 


71 


89 


126,112 


87 


142 


82 


50 


188,432 


23 


144 


28 


47 


148,696 


74 


127 


42 


68 


88,871 


58 


101 


57 


90 


169,469 


53 


162 


64 


32 


116,679 


07 


78 


36 


95 


147,252 


53 


134 


23 


58 


169,584 


89 


162 


28 


33 


129,728 


02 


130 


64 


64 


154,335 66 


152 


96 


39 


134,174 


59 


112 


56 


81 


132,317 90 


117 


61 


77 


87,448 


15 


119 


79 


74 


104,609 


13 


110 


58 


83 


145,933 


75 


165 


64 


30 


175,363 


14 


148 


61 


44 


130,421 


63 


128 


64 


66 


83,682 


65 


102 


30 


88 


105,051 


00 


97 


63 


92 


105,320 


71 


97 


79 


91 


146,924 


93 


144 


04 


48 


117,006 


74 


150 01 


43 


46,006 


91 


71 


33 


96 


89,271 


62 


165 


62 


31 


. $27,963,913 


54 


$160 62 


- 



41 

$27,899 66 
34,255 48 
42,173 69 
46,055 72 
54,961 54 

43,105 83 
45,791 74 
36,496 67 
40,848 64 
42,848 59 

42,274 56 
35,018 80 
32,969 31 
39,395 12 
36,482 60 

47,671 15 
32,927 06 
72,856 68 
37,700 29 
27,048 15 

32,819 68 
24,499 80 
48,008 61 
39,554 62 
39,271 50 

54,742 47 
44,221 71 
27,704 62 
68,480 09 
53,344 45 

46,678 21 
52,159 23 
31,349 35 
22,625 79 
42,835 65 



42 

$16 64 
34 64 

29 57 
48 74 

42 94 

48 82 
32 83 

24 27 

32 04 
54 17 

43 81 
37 94 
37 34 

30 16 

31 26 

54 48 
31 60 

48 93 

34 37 

25 88 

33 05 

24 28 
40 27 

35 16 
53 80 

57 87 
50 19 
23 48 

49 90 

65 21 

43 38 
48 43 
30 73 
29 01 

66 41 



15,110 90 28 03 



40 
57 
16 
27 

15 
46 
71 

49 

7 

23 
35 
37 
54 
51 

6 
50 
14 
42 
66 

45 
70 
30 
39 



5 
10 

74 
12 

4 

25 
17 
53 
60 
3 

62 



$5,105,932 24 $29 33 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



67 



Dat Schools — 


- Clabsifikd as to Souecb, 














Amount 


PAID TO Town 


Dbc. 31, 1950 




















from 


— 




t< i, « 


u 


















o d 




rt-^ 




^§■3 




















I- O 




St^o 




*-§ 








from all souscbb 






. 




•zi . -^ - 




5*^ 


a 

o 


































_fl 




.2 a 




.sa 






From rec 
tuition a: 
portation 
wards 


o 

a 
< 


1 
o 
m 


a 
a 
o 

a 
< 




Per pupil 
average 
member- 
ship 


— Si 


0. 


Rank m 
Group II 
net avera 
member- 
ship 


School Fu 
of Gen. 
(C. 643, 
Novemt 




School Ti 
tion 0. 
(C. 679, 
Novemi 


o 

05 


44 


45 




46 




47A 


47B 




48 


49 




50 




$510 91 


$3,725 33 


$342,044 78 


$201 


56 


$203 96 


32 


$12,532 


00 


$15,367 


66 


- 


902 


61 


220,755 


89 


224 


57 


223 


21 


15 


34,109 


93 


145 


55 


1,678 94 


27,517 


18 


237,323 


76 


147 


50 


166 


43 


77 


42,173 


69 






957 58 


15,918 


27 


163,700 


71 


159 


24 


173 


23 


69 


39,950 


27 


6,105 45 


1,704 99 


1,915 


50 


198,101 


18 


152 


62 


154 


77 


87 


53,743 


62 


1,217 


92 


1,484 54 


9,239 


18 


200,109 


52 


210 


86 


226 


62 


14 


43,105 


83 






3,896 86 


582 


07 


236,756 


45 


166 


14 


169 


72 


74 


39,573 


10 


6,218 


64 


2,352 97 


20,287 


90 


287,542 


10 


180 


05 


191 


18 


46 


25,635 


67 


10,861 


00 


3,021 59 


14,276 


21 


300,275 


38 


223 


92 


235 


51 


8 


32,000 44 


9,472 


20 


2,239 64 


404 


92 


149,497 


62 


185 


02 


189 


00 


50 


35,069 


39 


7,779 


20 


2,518 70 


1,306 


78 


172,552 


29 


176 


25 


178 


81 


63 


35,085 


96 


7,188 


60 


1,705 86 


2,061 


72 


132,661 


76 


138 


62 


143 


73 


93 


26,950 


27 


8,068 53 


1,122 05 


2,377 


79 


162,582 


02 


181 


05 


184 


12 


55 


28,575 


26 


4,394 05 


1,115 27 


117 


18 


229,059 


80 


174 


19 


175 


39 


66 


34,378 


16 


5,016 96 


743 14 


5,907 


88 


191,830 36 


162 


29 


164 


38 


78 


36,482 


60 






768 10 


5,799 


23 


143,110 06 


154 


05 


163 


55 


79 


43,265 


27 


4,405 


88 


2,023 45 


2,107 


71 


206,527 


75 


196 


32 


198 20 


38 


31,850 


76 


1,076 


30 


2,500 81 


3,122 


14 


195,158 


70 


125 


66 


131 


07 


95 


63,851 


68 


9,005 


00 


1,905 96 


2,581 


21 


189,439 


99 


170 


67 


172 


69 


71 


34,305 


12 


3,395 


17 


15 98 


2,888 


39 


199,537 


41 


190 


22 


190 


94 


47 


27,048 


15 






_ 


13,119 


32 


175,667 02 


171 


21 


176 


90 


65 


24,887 


53 


7,932 


15 


- 


13,343 


00 


192,178 46 


iSO 


96 


190 46 


48 


18,484 


80 


6,015 


00 


911 96 


4,995 


08 


188,090 24 


154 


93 


157 


79 


85 


46,824 


11 


1,184 


50 


4,056 08 


36,231 


43 


212,160 


03 


183 


53 


188 


59 


51 


32,481 


01 


7,073 


61 


7,214 01 


243 


78 


134,177 


44 


175 


39 


183 


80 


57 


25,142 


99 


11,987 


50 


3,037 97 


28,939 


27 


191,328 


84 


197 


04 


202 


25 


34 


45,735 


27 


9,007 


20 


2,633 44 


10,281 


95 


203,070 


85 


219 


77 


230 


50 


11 


36,508 


71 


7,713 00 


- 


256 


97 


203,324 


73 


175 


73 


172 


31 


73 


16,323 


37 


11,381 


25 


1,024 09 


5,398 


22 


205,324 


03 


175 


04 


184 


31 


54 


53,553 


57 


12,888 


35 


3,256 16 


833 


18 


141,116 


44 


167 


60 


172 


51 


72 


46,841 


20 


6,503 


25 


1,090 93 


4,957 


73 


157,777 


87 


141 


60 


146 


63 


91 


42,355 


27 


4,322 


94 


3,516 20 




- 


160,996 


14 


147 


30 


149 


48 


89 


44,761 


97 


5,930 


00 


674 03 


3,765 


69 


182,714 


00 


178 


26 


179 


13 


62 


27,871 


10 


3,478 25 


- 


25,318 02 


164,950 


55 


209 


06 


211 


47 


25 


11,871 


83 


10,753 


96 


- 


43,457 


48 


132,300 04 


143 


18 


205 


12 


31 


40,601 


49 




- 


612 00 


150 


88 


105,145 


40 


190 


83 


195 


07 


40 


11,807 


90 


3,303 00 


$222,272 79 $1,146,957 36 


$34,439,075 93 


$192 76 


$197 81 


- 


$4,670,072 46 $431,187 


59 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 







Year Grades in 


Public Day Elementary Schools 






is 








TEACHERS 






TOWNS 


o 
S 

03 
1 


o 
o 

M 

3 

1-9 


o 

1 
•i 

3 
'3 

02 




FULL TIME 








a 
1 


c a 

o o 








51 


52 


53 


54 


55 


56 57 


57 59 


100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


Falmouth 
North Andover 
Whitman 
Grafton 
Millbury 


6 
8 
8 
8 
8 


3 


3 

4 
4 
4 
4 


- 


1 


5 23 
5 32 
3 25 
3 27 


351 342 
599 587 
399 379 
511 465 


105 
106 
107 
108 
109 


Hudson 
Franklin 
Wareham 
Montague 
Ware . 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 
1 


1 
1 


3 21 
2 32 
6 32 
2 39 
2 19 


332 287 
562 526 
661 659 
495 480 
300 268 


110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


Canton 
Tewksbury . 
Westborough 
Mansfield 
Abington 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 

1 

1 


1 
1 


1 22 
1 18 
3 20 
8 26 
3 26 


336 332 
406 372 
371 314 
559 496 

504 425 


115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


Spencer 
Foxborough 
Wilmington . 
Ux bridge 
Maynard 


8 
6 
8 
8 
8 


2 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 


- 


5 16 

4 34 
2 29 
1 33 


331 314 

661 537 
426 420 
411 377 


120 

121 
122 
123 
124 


Ipswich 

Great Harrington 

Winchendon . 

Easton 

Monson 


8 
8 
6 
6 
6 


3 
3 
3 


4 
4 
3 
3 
3 


1 


1 


5 21 
2 28 


404 344 
460 344 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Swansea 

Williamstown 

Soituate 

Holden 

Leicester 


8 
8 
6 
8 
8 


3 


4 
4 
3 
4 
4 


- 


- 


3 21 

: ^! 

2 32 
7 18 


401 322 
380 339 

467 418 
326 313 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Orange 
Oxford 
Westwood 
Bourne 
Ayer . 


8 
8 
6 
8 
8 


3 


4 
4 
3 

4 
4 


1 


1 


5 20 

6 19 

2 19 
1 24 


444 393 
412 443 

336 335 
501 462 


135 


Wrentham , 
Total 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


_ 


- 




. 


- 


- 


58 


33 


285 2,343 


38,190 35.393 



Pt. II. 

PoPUliATioN OR Over — Continued 



69 



(Grades I to VIII), Year bndinq June 30, 1951 



73 




T3 

If 

> — 
< 


a 
5 

as 
■0 

bD <p 

C3 S 

< 


0. 

a 
a 

< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OV 

GENERAL CONTROL 


•c 0,2 
« S 2 
■3 •§ 

3 S 0! 

G 

M "^ 


S 


T3 

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C3 
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is 

< 


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I 

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rt a 





60 


61 


62 


63 


64 




65 


66 


67 


110.750 
193,049 
126,125 
162,940 


172 
177 
176 
177 


645 

1,094 

715 

915 


683 

1.155 

763 

973 


$136,504 45 
144,292 84 
117,877 07 
122,079 18 


$199 86 

124 93 
154 49 

125 47 


$99,210 76 

104,550 50 

82,617 88 

87,591 21 


$1,193 50 
3,682 44 
2,084 30 
2,947 51 


99.528 
172.981 
207.194 
159.572 

85.341 


172 
172 
180 
176 
167 


578 

1,003 

1.160 

906 

512 


604 

1,076 

1.253 

949 

550 


120,798 
155,330 
194,335 
194,425 
75,463 


27 
85 
64 
36 
25 


200 00 
144 36 
155 10 
204 87 
137 21 


64,946 38 
106,129 76 
124,702 80 
125,882 39 

53,629 42 


1,878 47 
2,462 81 
2,206 56 
2,839 13 
2,122 06 


110.218 
119,702 
113,697 
179,382 
148,892 


178 
172 
178 
180 
173 


618 
695 
637 
994 
855 


666 
753 
674 
1.046 
916 


104,967 
80,062 
109,964 
141,864 
118,058 


70 
26 
50 
88 
78 


157 61 
106 32 
163 15 
135 63 
128 89 


74,622 74 
51,457 50 
76,772 13 
100,653 55 
88,732 59 


944 34 
1,258 20 
1,728 32 
2,206 01 
1,754 29 


108,532 


178 


609 


643 


79,228 


75 


123 22 


53,729 51 


1,091 46 


195,284 
140.401 
128.806 


174 
178 
174 


1,118 

788 
748 


1,195 

859 
779 


149,336 
138,563 
135,448 


03 

87 
01 


124 97 
161 31 
173 87 


100,402 46 
96,231 78 
88,138 08 


870 13 
1,282 17 
1,655 66 


121,247 
127,163 


176 
175 


690 
724 


729 
772 


109,258 
115,013 


22 
11 


149 87 
148 98 


76,739 80 
86,454 52 


1,292 43 
2,441 48 


112.449 
115,480 


172 
179 


654 
645 


707 
701 


132,497 
113,621 


39 
42 


187 41 
162 08 


77,266 70 
82,473 48 


2,131 13 
1,727 93 


149,120 
103,904 


179 
175 


834 
594 


881 
633 


147,912 67 
93,987 97 


167 89 
148 48 


96,210 16 
62,641 29 


2,392 63 
2,179 13 


130,153 
144,624 


166 
180 


782 
803 


825 
860 


83,503 
111,892 


65 
79 


101 22 
130 11 


56,131 31 
75,646 00 


2,213 93 
2,043 76 


99,323 
118,826 


176 
175 


572 
678 


608 

724 


100,354 44 
95,439 78 


165 06 
131 96 


70,648 25 
73,173 49 


1,599 15 
2,049 64 


11,793,874 


175 


67,203 


71,902 


$12,112,648 49 


$168 46 


$8,516,663 05 


$173,028 92 



70 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Schools 





TOWNS 


PKINCIPALS 


TEACHBEB 


PUPILS ENEOLLBD 


i 




vxtUj time 


s 

-§ 




a B 
a o 


a 

s i 


1 


i 


II 

< 






68 69 


70 71 


72 


73 


74 


100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


Falmouth 
North Andover 
Whitman 
Grafton 
Millbury 


1 


2 39 


603 


567 


179,971 


105 
106 
107 
108 
109 


Hudson 
Franklin 
Wareham 
Montague 
Ware . 


'. - ~ 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


Canton 
Tewksbury . 
Westborough 
Mansfield . 
Abington 


'. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


Spencer 
Foxborough 
Wilmington . 
Uxbridge 
Maynard 


'■ - - 


1 23 


374 


279 


100,343 


120 
121 
122 
123 
124 


Ipswich 

Great Barrington . 

Winchendon . 

Easton 

Monson 


; - 1 


3 25 
22 
13 


399 
389 
250 


366 
361 
240 


121,513 
115,137 
74,191 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Swansea 

Williamstown 

Scituate 

Holden 

Leicester 


'. 1 


1 22 


415 


380 


124,085 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Orange 
Oxford 
Westwood 
Bourne 
Ayer . 


'. 


_ 

3 19 


330 


306 


100,130 


135 


Wrentham . 
Total 


1 


13 


200 


167 


57,146 




32 47 


94 1,676 


26,080 


23,683 


7,858,962 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



71 



Continued 



Ststbms 



(Grades I to VI), Year ending June 30, 1951 



ll 

ti 

< 


i 

|| 
i| 

< 


i 

a 

Sit 
> ^ 
< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


o 


1 
O 

a 
< 


.a 


^a'sas 


<0 m 

11 

H 


75 


76 


77 


78 




79 


80 


81 


180 


999 


1,101 


$204,470 94 




$185 71 


$139,188 89 


$6,315 24 


178 


573 


614 


99,063 10 




161 34 


68,465 25 


3,363 82 


174 
174 
164 


698 
660 
451 


739 
722 
485 


106,367 09 

111,445 36 

69,608 15 




143 93 
154 36 
143 52 


69,386 66 
67,535 30 
33,716 20 


1,162 97 
2,274 69 
1,500 33 


179 


693 


769 


112,587 05 




146 41 


74,540 48 


2,779 45 


173 


579 


628 


103,502 94 




164 81 


69,419 46 


7,948 92 


175 


326 


354 


56,227 23 




158 83 


40,069 50 


1,182 92 


175 


44,850 


48,354 


$8,037,529 02 




$166 22 


$5,715,002 69 


$136,447 31 



72 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior Hioh Schoolb 







PRINCIPALS 


a 










TOWNS 


AND TEACHERS 


PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 


-3 




g 
g 1 


1 


3 








82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


Falmouth 
North Andover 
Whitman 
Grafton 
Millbury 


10 4 


- 


181 


180 


56,860 


105 
106 
107 
108 
109 


Hudson 

Franklin 

Wareham 

Montague . 

Ware .... 


: : - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


Canton 
Tewksbury . 
Westborough 
Mansfield 
Abington 


: : - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


Spencer 
Foxborough 
Wilmington . 
Uxbridge 
Maynard 


5 2 


- 


139 


117 


42,814 


120 
121 
122 
123 
124 


Ipswich 

Great Bamngton . 

Winchendon . 

Easton 

Monson 


7 6 
5 3 
1 5 


2 


151 

120 

90 


156 
113 
80 


50,390 
38,480 
26,961 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Swansea 

Williamstown 

Scituate 

Holden 

Leicester 


13 


- 


110 


119 


37,006 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Orange 

Oxford 

Westwood 

Bourne 

Ayer .... 


2 5 


- 


104 


110 


26,615 


135 


Wrentham . 
Total 


3 2 


- 


60 


70 


20,914 




337 467 


25 


9,296 


8,768 


2,980,761 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



73 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Year ending June 30, 1951 



11 

h 
< 


o 

< 


0. 

3 
i 

a 

2 
> 

< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Ekpenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


•4 

o 


O 

a 
< 


.S gS^ 


II 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


180 


316 


341 


866,838 57 


$196 01 


$48,373 92 


$890 97 


180 


238 


252 


45,482 37 


180 49 


31,494 37 


1,941 43 


180 
180 
180 


280 
214 
149 


296 
228 
160 


52,672 62 
55,859 01 
32,376 71 


177 95 
245 00 
202 35 


39,693 66 
30,227 10 
20,592 69 


937 11 
788 11 
384 21 


180 


206 


219 


47,505 12 


216 92 


28,780 71 


148 51 


180 


148 


156 


31,541 28 


202 19 


22,286 19 


713 96 


181 


116 


124 


23,544 66 


189 88 


14,654 68 


841 65 


179 


16,622 


17,606 


$4,159,797 45 


$236 27 


$3,004,355 69 


$47,399 70 



74 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Public Day Seniob High Schools 







PHINCIPALS AND 








i 




TOWNS 


TEACHBB8 


2 

m 

1 
s 

-.3 
1 


PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 


1 




a 

(O 

a B 


1 










95 96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


Falmouth 
North Andover 
Whitman 
Grafton 
Millbury 


10 9 


- 


133 


150 


42,840 


105 
106 
107 
108 
109 


Hudson 

Franklin 

Wareham 

Montague 

Ware .... 


■ '■ - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


Canton 
Tewksbury . 
Westborough 
Mansfield 
Abington 


' ': _ - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


Spencer 
Foxborough 
Wilmington . 
Uxbridge 
Maynard 


'. '. 8 5 


- 


94 


103 


31,862 


120 
121 

122 
123 
124 


Ipswich 

Great Barrington . 

Winchendon . 

Easton 

Monson 


7 4 
7 7 
5 3 


2 


105 

108 

50 


95 

108 

76 


29,867 
34,929 
20,109 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Swansea 

Williamstown 

Scituate 

Holden 

Leicester 


'. '. 8 9 


3 


98 


81 


27,218 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Orange 
Oxford 
Westwood . 
Bourne 
Ayer . 


8 8 


- 


97 


88 


40,927 


135 


Wrentham . 
Total 


3 4 


- 


30 


48 


12,162 




446 429 


32 


7,559 


8,214 


2,579,429 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over 



75 



Continued 



Systbms 



(Grades X, XI, and XII), Ybae ending Jtjnb 30, 1951 



"o 


CS 


e 


KXPENDITUBB FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 


go." 




II 




a 
a 

1 

< 


GBNBEAI. CONTROL 


k. a o 


1* 

o 


r 


1 
O 

a 
•< 




•3 ft "o 
— <b3 o 2 

■mp 

p4 a oS 


1 


101 


102 


103 


104 




105 


106 


107 


180 


238 


255 


$67,160 


18 


$263 37 


$47,917 37 


$1,827 87 


180 


176 


186 


44,847 


37 


241 12 


31,494 38 


1,294 28 


180 
180 
180 


166 
194 
112 


179 
206 
120 


40,229 
60,736 
31,936 


58 
35 
72 


224 75 
294 84 
266 14 


28,169 07 
32,126 01 
19,497 61 


555 58 

1,139 08 

670 10 


178 


154 


169 


56,779 


68 


335 97 


36,044 17 


2,160 83 


180 


227 


241 


56,514 


15 


234 50 


35,699 02 


3,065 12 


179 


68 


73 


29,348 


39 


402 03 


19,240 82 


517 47 


181 


14,278 


15,347 


$4,359,858 31 


$284 09 


$3,050,170 55 


$60,826 34 



76 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup II. Towns of 5,000 



Public Day High Schools (Foub 







^ 


PRINCIPALS AND 








i 




TOWNS 


o 

M 

CO 

■a 

2 
"o 
S3 


TEACHERS 


B 

•■S 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


s 




FULL TIMH 


S 
















a 

15 


a> o 




1 


O 


< 






108 


109 no 


111 


112 


113 


114 


100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


Falmouth 
North Andover 
Whitman 
Grafton 
Millbury 




6 11 
13 10 

6 6 

7 7 


1 

2 


139 
234 
140 
163 


167 
239 
145 
183 


51,540 
78,640 
44,466 
56,269 


105 
106 
107 
108 
109 


Hudson 
Franklin 
Wareham 
Montague 
Ware . 




9 9 

7 10 
11 9 

9 10 

8 6 


4 
2 


206 
186 
163 
199 
104 


154 
175 
212 
212 
162 


59,232 
57,816 
57,220 
68,592 
44,652 


110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


Canton 
Tewksbury . 
Westborough 
Mansfield . 
Abington 




7 7 
3 8 
6 7 

6 11 

7 9 


1 
2 
8 

1 


180 
111 
115 
118 
131 


143 
105 
114 
161 
146 


52,009 
33,852 
38,295 
46,790 
45,596 


115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


Spencer 
Foxborough 
Wilmington . 
Uxbridge 
Maynard 




6 6 

8 9 

6 6 

7 8 


1 
2 


153 

181 
126 
139 


149 

194 

122 
141 


50,032 

59,238 
43,179 
46,363 


120 
121 
122 
123 
124 


Ipswich 

Great Barrington . 

Winohendon . 

Easton 

Monson 




5 10 

7 8 


- 


137 
141 


173 
164 


50,129 
50,839 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Swansea 

Williamstown 

Scituate 

Holden 

Leicester 




6 7 
8 8 

6 8 
6 5 


1 

1 


146 
122 

149 
101 


132 
112 

152 
119 


43,520 
37,804 

50,394 
35,535 


130 
131 
132 
133 
134 


Orange 
Oxford 
Westwood 
Bourne 
Ayer . 




8 7 
8 4 

7 4 
6 5 


1 
2 


129 
141 

89 
105 


174 
99 

96 
125 


51,020 
40,312 

31,018 
34,126 


135 


Wrentham . 
Total 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




96 


643 658 


39 


12,752 


13,812 


4,324,329 



Pt. II. , 

Population or Over — Continued 



t ( 



Years), Ybab ending June 30, 1951 





•a 
g 


0. 


EXPENDITURE FOR 




J. 


"o 

J3 


<u 

< 


J3 

2 

1 

a 

Ul 

2 
> 

<5 


SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 
GENERAL CONTROL 


« 

si's 

a c " 

m 


s 


a.2 
cm 0) 

d 00 

>•- ' 


1 

a 
< 


.S P" 


i 

0.° 


115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


181 
180 
181 
180 


285 
437 
246 
313 


300 
454 
265 
325 


$78,037 34 
91,962 55 
48,365 90 
70,909 80 


$260 12 
202 56 
182 51 
218 18 


$59,231 39 
68,002 90 
32,301 85 
49,017 53 


$728 91 

1,608 87 

819 37 

704 04 


180 
178 
180 
183 
180 


329 
325 
319 
375 
251 


345 
349 
344 
392 
258 


65,494 44 
84,577 84 
95,634 12 
103,329 56 
65,427 00 


189 84 
242 34 
278 01 
263 60 
253 59 


49,980 74 
57,117 72 
66,654 72 
64,679 55 
46,217 09 


135 56 
1,209 88 
2,597 24 
1,491 80 
1,244 19 


180 
180 
180 
183 
180 


288 
188 
213 
253 
253 


313 

204 
224 
269 
266 


81,228 63 
56,444 68 
59,850 24 
71,954 15 
72,417 00 


259 52 
276 69 
267 19 
267 49 
272 24 


51,843 61 
34,325 97 
35,254 56 
52,303 34 
49,271 10 


2,226 32 
1,334 80 
1,070 05 
1,100 08 
1,668 19 


183 


273 


286 


62,092 41 


217 11 


40,820 10 


2,131 75 


179 
180 
181 


330 
240 
256 


358 
251 
270 


76,952 05 
62,960 61 
69,662 94 


214 95 
250 84 
258 01 


48,449 01 
41,972 40 
46,043 64 


695 31 
988 41 
916 70 


180 
180 


278 

282 


297 
290 


68,834 09 
85,442 56 


231 76 
294 63 


47,027 67 
52,482 47 


1,287 86 
878 20 


180 
180 


242 
210 


264 
223 


68,851 53 
82,753 57 


260 80 
371 09 


41,344 20 
52,068 19 


1,073 66 
868 95 


183 
180 


273 
197 


292 
209 


65,034 52 
48,626 43 


222 72 
232 66 


41,823 26 
35,799 40 


1,070 67 
936 37 


184 
180 


277 
224 


290 
233 


63,848 33 
59,667 01 


220 17 
256 08 


37,925 91 
39,328 00 


2,242 02 
843 29 


180 
182 


172 
188 


181 
200 


58,710 82 
39,164 22 


324 37 
195 82 


35,022 37 
27,867 00 


582 00 
323 88 


181 


23.946 


25,457 


$6,683,824 29 


$262 55 


$4,564,139 08 


$100,247 66 



78 



P.D. 2. 

Geoup II. Towns of 5,000 



Persons 5 to 16 Ybabs 





TOWNS 




6 


TO 7 Ybahs 






7 TO 




§ 


a 


a 




" 


(3 
o 






+3 to 


<B 


<u 


a o 


o 








2S 
■3 a 


"5 *=- 


S^a 


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li 


11 








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p.pC5 to 


.sa 


"§"1 






•- o 




^^^ 


m o a 


o^ 


•^"o 






^ 


^ 


^ 


CI ■"■ 


s 


^ 












'"' 








130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


100 


Falmouth 


402 


309 


_ 


1 


92 


1,258 


101 


North Andover 


242 


121 


76 


- 


45 


991 


102 


Whitman 


281 


197 


15 


1 


68 


1,153 


103 


Grafton 


191 


124 


33 


- 


34 


873 


104 


Millbury 


296 


156 


35 


2 


103 


1,208 


105 


Hudson 


233 


91 


80 


62 


_ 


1,075 


106 


Franklin 


209 


188 


5 


- 


16 


1,114 


107 


Wareham 


220 


174 


3 


- 


43 


1,266 


108 


Montague 


220 


201 


19 


- 


- 


1,019 


109 


Ware . 


182 


89 


93 


- 


- 


912 


110 


Canton 


293 


121 


81 


_ 


91 


1,042 


111 


Tewksbury . 


229 


160 


8 


- 


61 


812 


112 


Westborough 


167 


108 


25 


- 


34 


708 


113 


Mansfield 


293 


192 


- 


- 


101 


1,055 


114 


Abington 


294 


160 


9 


- 


125 


952 


115 


Spencer 


201 


130 


71 


_ 


_ 


925 


116 


Foxborough 


223 


129 


14 


- 


80 


843 


117 


Wilmington . 


263 


184 


12 


- 


67 


1,268 


118 


Uxbridge 


246 


176 


50 


- 


20 


952 


119 


Maynard 


159 


125 


- 


- 


34 


833 


120 


Ipswich 


217 


135 


37 


_ 


45 


854 


121 


Great Barrington . 


180 


123 


33 


- 


24 


793 


122 


Winchendon . 


212 


133 


- 


- 


79 


1,013 


123 


Easton 


202 


190 


3 


_ 


9 


834 


124 


Monson 


164 


109 


1 


- 


54 


594 


125 


Swansea 


229 


90 


68 


_ 


71 


1,036 


126 


WilUamstown 


173 


143 


30 


- 


- 


708 


127 


Scituate 


225 


208 


17 


_ 


_ 


823 


128 


Holden 


263 


182 


3 


_ 


78 


833 


129 


Leicester 


202 


92 


52 


1 


57 


938 


130 


Orange 


260 


180 


_ 


_ 


80 


893 


131 


Oxford 


238 


121 


8 


_ 


109 


917 


132 


Westwood 


189 


171 


18 


_ 




893 


133 


Bourne 


226 


139 


_ 


_ 


87 


639 


134 


Ayer . 


161 


88 


60 


- 


13 


645 


135 


Wrentham . 
Total 


119 


97 


11 


- 


11 


450 




39,187 


27,093 


6,881 


90 


5,123 


154,829 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



79 



OF Age, Oct. 1, 1950 



16 Years 






« s « 

n-4 



S 2 



So3 

O O m 



§3 
.2 



Illiterate 

Minors, 16 to 21 

Years of Age 



^ . 




a*5 




O o 


«« M 


•■CO 


•sa 


2 




Ifo 


iving 
nal c 
ar en 
. 195C 


2; cSu:) 


■as 


S'-S >,m 



136 



128,893 



137 



1,242 


5 


774 


207 


1,116 


18 


784 


77 


1,013 


177 


751 


320 


1,093 


10 


1,250 


1 


938 


77 


611 


292 


715 


318 


750 


44 


702 


5 


1,036 


16 


913 


30 


667 


231 


817 


16 


1,226 


31 


801 


146 


815 


10 


741 


107 


767 


20 


996 


6 


815 


12 


575 


12 


764 


257 


664 


40 


785 


47 


817 


8 


655 


266 


870 


1 


864 


34 


804 


88 


625 


4 


613 


27 



19 
24,430 



138 



18 



139 



- 


11 


- 


- 


3 


7 


4* 


4 


11 


6 


- 


6 


7 


5 


6 


_ 


_ 


4 


2 


3 


6 


_ 


_ 


15 


- 


4 


- 


- 


9 


- 


5 


2 


2 


18 


_ 


_ 


1 


— 


- 


1 


2 


_ 


1 


4 


4 


7 


7 


13 


4 


2 


4 


11 


_ 


_ 


- 


5 


- 


1 


- 


7 


2 


1 


3 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


9 


3 


- 


4 


4 


- 


3 



685 



278 



20 
13 



143 



89 41 



80 



P.D. 2. 

Geoup II. Towns op 5,000 



Membership in Public Dat 



TOWNS 





Elementary Schools 




6a, 


!^S 










a 


9 


=^ ^ 












t^ s 












t-t 


£ ft 


's 










bC 


."S 


&"2 


^ 


(N 


CO 


■* lO 


» 


S-a 


""^ 


a 


O 


o 


o o 


"2 


|S 


te 2 


"0 


■d 


"« 


•T3 -a 


a 


^ bb 


S 


?* 


f 


OS ta 


a 














O 


O 


o 


O 


o 


O O 







144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


100 


Falmouth 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


101 


North Andover 


- 


10 


- 


86 


85 


112 


87 


74 


102 


Whitman 


_ 


9 


_ 


160 


170 


174 


136 


112 


103 


Grafton 


_ 


- 


- 


100 


109 


132 


87 


86 


104 


Millbury 


• 


- 


- 


144 


146 


117 


129 


92 


105 


Hudson 


_ 


_ 


_ 


94 


94 


87 


70 


75 


106 


Franklin 


_ 


- 


- 


142 


156 


156 


136 


114 


107 


Wareham 


_ 


_ 


- 


186 


197 


171 


167 


142 


108 


Montague 


'. 36 


25 


— 


136 


119 


117 


128 


100 


109 


Ware . 




- 


- 


73 


81 


65 


61 


76 


110 


Canton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


90 


99 


86 


79 


79 


HI 


Tewksbury . 


. 


14 


- 


117 


120 


102 


90 


84 


112 


Westboroush 


- 


- 


- 


96 


99 


82 


81 


75 


113 


Mansfield 


_ 


- 


- 


171 


156 


146 


132 


111 


114 


Abington 


• 


- 


- 


143 


154 


146 


105 


109 


115 


Spencer 


45 


_ 


_ 


79 


93 


78 


64 


84 


116 


Foxborougii 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


117 


Wilmington . 


_ 


30 


- 


183 


184 


172 


140 


120 


118 


Uxbridge 


89 


- 


- 


103 


124 


106 


97 


81 


119 


Maynard 






- 


95 


132 


114 


103 


88 


120 


Ipswich 


_ 




_ 


101 


116 


94 


89 


92 


121 


Great Harrington . 


_ 


11 


- 


106 


117 


106 


99 


89 


122 


Winchendon . 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


123 


Easton 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


124 


Monson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


125 


Swansea 


_ 


_ 


_ 


87 


106 


99 


83 


81 


126 


Williamstown 


'. 63 


- 


— 


82 


91 


84 


81 


68 


127 


Scituate 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


128 


Holden 


_ 


- 


- 


126 


151 


142 


113 


91 


129 


Leicester 


- 


- 


- 


82 


91 


104 


70 


56 


130 


Orange 


_ 


9 


_ 


117 


121 


128 


97 


96 


131 


Oxford 


_ 


- 


- 


119 


106 


120 


111 


115 


132 


Westwood 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


133 


Bourne 


_ 


- 


- 


108 


95 


84 


76 


66 


134 


Ayer . 


• 


- 


- 


165 


159 


108 


85 


105 


135 


Wrentham 
Total 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




2,413 


421 


35 


10,210 


10,537 


10,084 


8,655 


7,843 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Continued 



81 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 



(Grades 


I TO VIII) 


,c 




High Schools (Fottb Years) 














T3 « 












»& 






u 




u 


T3 












(d 






c3 


1^ 


OS 


!3 c« 




es 








• ^ 




t-t 


(O 


o! 


ID 


a ii 




tf 








o> Cl_ 




03 


>> 


<o 


>> 


a bo 







a 
OS 


■§ 
2 


00 
OS 


g 0) m 


"3 
o 


0) 


13 

a 
o 

§ 


>> 

3 


1 
o 




"a 


i 

2 


o 


O 


o 


o 


H 


S 


w 


H 


Er 


s 


H 


o 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


86 


96 


81 


- 


717 


83 


79 


71 


66 


: 


299 


1,016 


124 


136 


150 


_ 


1,171 


148 


125 


102 


95 


- 


470 


1,641 


91 


87 


79 


_ 


771 


81 


89 


67 


45 


- 


282 


1,053 


123 


110 


110 


- 


971 


101 


95 


81 


63 


- 


340 


1,311 


60 


68 


58 


_ 


606 


96 


95 


78 


85 ' 


2 


356 


962 


119 


110 


140 


_ 


1,073 


117 


94 


65 


80 


1 


357 


1,430 


151 


127 


138 


- 


1,279 


109 


91 


105 


61 


- 


366 


1,645 


. 109 


105 


90 


- 


965 


99 


110 


101 


96 


1 


407 


1,372 


59 


72 


64 


- 


551 


84 


65 


68 


48 


- 


265 


816 


80 


69 


70 


_ 


652 


87 


96 


67 


70 


_ 


320 


972 


85 


81 


80 


_ 


773 


77 


54 


49 


30 


- 


210 


983 


83 


82 


75 


_ 


673 


74 


68 


51 


33 


- 


226 


899 


124 


88 


111 


_ 


1,039 


84 


67 


66 


61 


- 


278 


1,317 


85 


89 


93 


- 


924 


76 


74 


66 


52 


- 


268 


1,192 


54 


81 


67 


- 


645 


97 


68 


82 


53 


2 


302 


947 


119 


136 


122 


z 


1,206 


115 


101 


94 


65 


1 


376 


1,582 


84 


85 


90 


_ 


859 


64 


75 


70 


45 


- 


254 


1,113 


80 


88 


79 


- 


779 


78 


70 


64 


61 


- 


273 


1,052 


95 


82 


68 


_ 


737 


106 


70 


72 


60 


_ 


808 


1,045 


85 


84 


84 


- 


781 


95 


76 


63 


62 


1 


297 


1,078 


85 


73 


86 


: 


700 


86 


84 


53 


52 




275 


975 


69 


84 


80 


- 


702 


71 


59 


47 


52 


3 


232 


934 


94 


82 


79 


_ 


878 


93 


77 


69 


62 


_ 


301 


1,179 


70 


76 


76 


- 


625 


68 


52 


56 


42 


- 


218 


843 


82 


93 


81 


_ 


824 


87 


75 


80 


59 


_ 


301 


1,125 


89 


94 


98 


- 


852 


88 


71 


40 


41 


- 


240 


1,092 


64 


64 


64 


_ 


621 


64 


46 


45 


37 


_ 


192 


813 


71 


54 


64 


_ 


811 


87 


54 


50 


42 


1 


234 


1,045 


7,623 


7,502 


7,010 


- 


72,333 


7,648 


6,930 


6,212 


5,413 


58 


26,261 


98,594 



82 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns of 5,000 



6-3-3 



Membership in Public Dat 



TOWNS 



ELEMBNTABT SCHOOLS (OEADBB I TO Vl) 



""S » 



S3 S 

t, si 2 
03 fl ca 

S =='" 

O 



o 



a 



100 Falmouth . 

101 North Andover 

102 Whitman 

103 Grafton 

104 Millbury 

105 Hudson 

106 Frankhn 

107 Wareham 

108 Montague 

109 Ware . 

110 Canton 

111 Tewksbury 

112 Westborough 

113 Mansfield 

114 Abington 

115 Spencer 

116 Foxborough 

117 Wilmington 

118 Uxbridge 

119 Maynard 

120 Ipswich 

121 Great Barrin; 

122 Winchendon 

123 Easton 

124 Monson 

125 Swansea 

1 26 WUliamstown 

127 Scituate 

128 Holden 

129 Leicester 

130 Orange 

131 Oxford 

132 Westwood 

133 Bourne 

134 Ayer . 

135 Wrentham 

Total 



164 

81 



165 

13 



166 



167 

180 



168 

194 



169 

191 



170 

184 



171 

141 



133 119 122 103 76 



17 121 125 156 108 126 
135 151 107 112 88 
96 76 83 77 78 



105 


15 


: 


135 


128 


129 


89 


90 


- 


- 


: 


128 


126 


126 


95 


74 


_ 


- 


- 


71 


60 


82 


58 


47 


4,079 


403 


126 


8,253 


8,355 


8,136 


6,931 


6,301 



Pt. II. 

Population oe Over — Continued 



83 



Systhmb 



Schools 


BY Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 






















JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 




SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 










(grades VII TO IX) 






(grades X TO XIl) 










Wh U l~t 


u 




















c g-a ° 


o 










d 












o" 














S 


« 




S S 


.S 






4) 


o 


©■"■o 




■V 


T3 




1<a.l 1.1 


'^i 




-0 


-0 


•a 


•a S £ 


1 


a 


a 




t 


C3 


g 


g 


g aw 


o 




O 


Eh 


6 6 


o 


H 


o 


O 


O 


O 


H 


a 


172 


173 


174 175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


144 


1,128 


134 130 


97 


361 


117 


75 


82 


2 


276 


1,765 


86 


639 


89 97 


69 


255 


60 


78 


55 


1 


194 


1,088 


104 


757 


116 103 


90 


309 


74 


72 


53 


1 


200 


1,266 


78 


730 


81 75 


75 


231 


78 


67 


65 


- 


210 


1,171 


62 


472 


62 54 


50 


166 


57 


30 


39 


~ 


126 


764 


104 


795 


79 78 


72 


229 


55 


65 


58 


1 


179 


1,203 


77 


626 


67 86 


58 


211 


74 


64 


46 


- 


184 


1,021 


40 


358 


51 40 


36 


127 


28 


23 


22 


1 


74 


559 


6,055 


48,639 


6,132 5,796 


5,830 


17,758 


5,666 


5,232 


4,698 


51 


15,647 


82,044 



84 



P.D. 2. 

Group II. Towns of 5,000 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 





TOWNS 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 






o 


NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


^ 






With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


'a 
o 

u 

>> 


a, a 


CO 


■g o 

1" 






184 


185 


185 187 


188 


189 


190, 


191 


100 


Falmouth 


5 


21 


7 8 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


101 


North Andover 


8 


12 


4 4 


_ 


_ 




_ 


102 


Whitman 


6 


9 


7 16 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


103 


Grafton 


4 


11 


1 12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


104 


Millbury 


7 


11 


5 7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


105 


Hudson 


1 


14 


5 4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


106 


Franklin 


5 


18 


6 2 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


107 


Wareham 


3 


19 


5 13 


_ 




_ 




108 


Montague 


12 


12 


3 8 


2 


3 


1 


_ 


109 


Ware . 


4 


12 


1 


2 


- 


- 


2 


110 


Canton 


8 


4 


3 8 


1 


_ 


_ 




111 


Tewksbury . 


2 


9 


3 5 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


112 


Westborough 


4 


12 


1 6 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


113 


Mansfield 


10 


11 


4 4 


1 


1 


1 


2 


114 


Abington 


5 


11 


4 10 


1 


- 


- 


- 


115 


Spencer 


5 


2 


1 11 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


116 


Foxborough 


7 


10 


3 3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


117 


Wilmington . 


7 


12 


5 10 


4 


- 


- 


- 


118 


Uxbridge 


9 


7 


5 4 


- 


1 


2 


4 


119 


Maynard 


7 


15 


2 8 


- 


- 


2 


- 


120 


Ipswich 


7 


4 


7 2 


1 


5 


1 


1 


121 


Great Barrington 


7 


11 


1 6 


2 


1 


- 


2 


122 


Winchendon . 


8 


11 


3 5 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


123 


Easton 


4 


11 


5 2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


124 


Monson 


5 


3 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


125 


Swansea 


2 


15 


6 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


126 


Williamstown 


3 


14 


1 6 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


127 


Scituate 


1 


11 


4 7 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


128 


Holden 


6 


10 


8 10 


- 


- 


- . 


_ 


129 


Leicester 


10 


3 


4 6 


- 


2 


- 


- 


130 


Orange 


3 


10 


5 7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


131 


Oxford 


12 


4 


1 9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


132 


Westwood 


9 


2 


4 7 


- 


— 


- 


- 


133 


Bourne 


4 


6 


2 9 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


134 


Ayer . 


2 


13 


5 3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


135 


Wrentham 
Total 


. 


5 


4 4 


1 


- 


- 


- 




.1,208 


1,385 


486 1,256 


68 


68 


43 


47 



Pt. 11. 

Population oe Over 



85 



Continued 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1951 





JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 


'o 




GRADUATE OP 




"3 




















o^, 






TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 




o-S 




(U f 






NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>> 


(B m 














■a 


1- 




s u 


With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


>. a 




t3t3 


3 


be 


year on 

years 
only 

years 
or mor 




O m 


3 


z 


H 


O 


^ IN CO 1 


m 


Z 


H 


192 


193 


194 


195 196 197 


198 199 200 


201 


202 


203 


- 


42 


7 


- - 5 


- - 2 


- 


- 


14 


- 


28 
38 
28 
30 

25 
35 
40 
41 
21 

24 
19 
24 
35 
31 

21 
24 
38 
32 
34 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


1 1 


1 


- 


- 


7 


- 


28 
30 
28 


7 


2 2 2 


- 


- 


- 


13 


_ 


23 


4 


2 


1 - 1 


_ 


- 


8 


3 


13 

24 
24 
24 
34 
25 


4 


1 - 1 


_ _ _ 


~ 


" 


6 


- 


1 


1 2 


_ - : : 


- 


- 


4 


- 


25 
26 
22 

21 
26 

14 


7 


= = \ 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


1 


1 1 2 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


5 


6 


4,567 


461 


1 72 48 185 


11 11 12 




3 


- 


803 



86 



P.D. 2. 
Group II. Towns op 5,000 





TOWNS 


Full Time Principals and Teachebs, classified according to Training, 






high schools 






gbadttate of 






teachebs college ob 


secondary school with 






1 


noemal school 


professional training for 


>> 




With 

diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 

years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 
or more 


II 






204 


205 206 207 


208 209 210 


211 


100 
101 
102 
103 
104 


Falmouth 
North Andover 
Whitman 
Grafton 
Millbury 


13 
15 
18 
10 
14 


1 - 5 
1 
1 1 

- - 2 


1 
1 1 


1 


105 
106 
107 
108 
109 


Hudson 
Franklin 
Wareham 
Montague 
Ware . 


16 
12 
12 
15 

17 


1 

- - 5 
2-3 

- - 2 
12 1 


2 1 

1 1 

2 1 


2 


110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


Canton 
Tewksbury . 
Westborough 
Mansfield 
Abington 


9 

7 

10 

14 

13 


1 - 4 

- 2 2 

1 2 

1 2 

1 1 


1 


- 


115 
116 
117 
118 
119 


Spencer 
Foxborough 
Wilmington . 
Uxbridge 
Maynard 


12 
11 
12 
8 
12 


1 

- - 5 

- 2 - 

- - 2 


1 

1 1 
1 


- 


120 
121 
122 
123 
124 


Ipswich 

Great Barrington . 

Winchendon. 

Easton 

Monson 


11 
12 

9 
12 

8 


- - 2 

- - 2 

- - 2 


1 
1 1 1 


1 

_ 


125 
126 
127 
128 
129 


Swansea 

Williamstown 

Scituate 

Holden 

Leicester 


9 
13 
16 
11 
11 


1 3 

1 1 

1 

1 2 


1 


- 


130 
131' 
132 
133 
134 


Orange 
Oxford 
Westwood 
Bourne 
Ayer . 


10 
10 
13 
10 
8 


- 1 1 

- - 2 

- - 3 

1 

- - 2 


1 2 

1 


~ 


135 


Wrentham . 
Total 


7 


- 


- 


- 




. 1,747 


47 62 237 


24 33 34 


11 



Pt. II. 

Population or Over — Concluded 



87 



Jan. 1, 


1951 




School Buildings 
USE, Jan. 1, 1951 


IN 




Buildings 

USED FOR 








"o 
























Total 


•sl 












^a 












Valuation 














ta o 












of 


o « 


la 
o 


0-° 




?l 


§1 
II 


30 





h 


n 


J3 

.5? 

a 


7S.m 

1-3 


School 
Property 


2; 


H 


o 


H 


H 


f^ 


pq 


H 


H 


1-5 


02 







212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


222a 


223 


_ 


19 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


5 


6 


4 


1 




_ 


$624,900 00 


- 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


3 


- 




- 


480,970 00 


- 


23 


- 


- 


- . 


2 


4 


6 


5 


- 




- 


524,925 00 


- 


12 


- 


1 


- 


1 


4 


6 


5 


- 




- 


322,500 00 


- 


14 


- 


1 


1 


2 


4 


8 


7 


- 




- 


290,250 00 


_ 


17 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


4 


6 


5 


_ 




_ 


287,100 00 


- 


17 


1 


- 


3 


- 


3 


7 


6 


- 




- 


763,200 00 


- 


20 


- 


1 


1 


1 


5 


8 


7 


- 




- 


438,300 00 


- 


19 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


8 


7 


- 




- 


1,448,275 00 


- 


35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 




- 


432,500 00 


_ 


14 


_ 


_ 


- 


3 


2 


5 


4 


_ 




_ 


858,000 00 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 




1 


267,750 00 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


4 


3 


- 




- 


419,000 00 


- 


17 


- 


1 


1 


1 


3 


6 


5 


- 




- 


465,700 00 


- 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 




- 


983,300 00 


_ 


12 


- 


- 


- 


3 


1 


4 


3 


_ 




_ 


468,170 69 


- 


13 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


7 


6 


- 




1 


357,900 00 


_ 


17 


1 


2 


- 


4 


3 


10 


9 


- 




- 


654,400 00 


- 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


4 


- 




- 


702,235 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


4 


- 




- 


825,500 00 


_ 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


4 


5 


3 


_ 




_ 


595,000 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


4 


3 


- 




- 


480,543 90 


- 


11 


- 


1 


- 


3 


5 


9 


6 


2 




- 


447,000 00 


- 


14 


2 


1 


2 


- 


2 


7 


6 


- 




- 


597,680 00 


- 


8 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


4 


3 


- 




- 


300,700 00 


- 


13 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


2 


6 


5 


- 




- 


888,140 00 


- 


16 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


4 


3 


- 




- 


408,100 00 


- 


17 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


3 


1 


- 


- 


2 


1,095,000 00 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


3 


- 




- 


819,000 00 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


4 


3 


- 




- 


303,750 00 


_ 


15 


- 


1 


1 


2 


2 


6 


5 


_ 




_ 


404,850 00 


- 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 




- 


918,700 00 


- 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


2 


- 




1 


605,500 00 


- 


11 


1 


- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


3 


- 




- 


585,000 00 


- 


11 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3 


4 


3 


- 




- 


275,800 00 


- 


7 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


3 


2 


- 


- 


1 


314,500 00 


1 


2,196 


18 


42 


26 


104 


484 


674 


530 


34 


91 


19 


$105,203,131 33 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 





TOWNS 


6 

02 


i 

•3 


Teaching Staff in All Public Day 
Schools — Kindergarten, Elementabt 
Junior High, High — Jan. 1, 1951 




FULL TIME 


PART 

TIME 












g 






a 

so 

■go 

o 

Ph 


i 

•■Co 


'3 
d 


o 
.2 
> 

o. 


£ 

H 


1 


b 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


136 
137 
138 
139 
140 


Blackstone . 

Westport 

Weston 

Sharon 

Dalton 


4,966 
4,964 
4,904 
4,832 
4,753 


$2,496,494 
9,021,550 

13,651,415 
8,071,060 
5,958,133 


1 
2 
2 
1 

1 


3 
2 
2 
1 
1 


18 
28 
44 
36 
34 


22 
32 

48 
38 
36 


4 


141 
142 
143 
144 
145 


Lee 

Medfield 
Templeton . 
East Bridgewater . 
Wayland 


4,607 
4,540 
4,502 
4,409 
4,393 


4,692,140 
3,467,787 
3,738,405 
6,124,820 
7,218,968 


1 
2 
1 
2 
1 


1 
2 
1 
3 


29 
20 
30 
34 
33 


30 
23 
33 
37 
37 


1 

2 
2 
2 
7 


146 
147 
148 
149 
150 


Norton 
Westford 
Rookport 
Bellingham . 
Holbrook 


4,368 
4,241 
4,180 
4,100 
4,007 


3,744,950 
4,231,635 
7,353,350 
4,423,792 
3,755,944 


1 
1 
1 
1 


1 
1 


28 
31 
26 
24 
26 


29 
33 

27 
25 

27 


2 

1 

4 


151 
152 
153 
154 
155 


West Bridgewater 
Lunenburg . 
Harvard 
Province town 
Medway 


4,001 
3,902 
3,869 
3,786 
3,754 


5,046,863 
4,797,420 
2,327.769 
6,400,000 
3,982,817 


1 
1 


- 


30 

27 
14 
25 
23 


31 

27 
14 
26 
23 


1 
2 
4 
5 
3 


156 
157 
158 
159 
160 


Cohasset 
HoUiston 
Lancaster 
Ashland 
Belchertown . 


3,694 
3,650 
3,590 
3,496 
3,486 


10,843,877 
4,211,440 
4,266,635 
4,324,986 
1,967,345 


2 

1 

2 
2 


1 


31 

24 
17 
22 
21 


33 

25 
17 
25 
23 


3 

2 
2 


161 
162 
163 
164 
165 


Hopedale 

Hopkinton 

Pepperell 

Kingston 

North Brookfield . 


3,476 
3,474 
3,456 
3,449 
3,446 


3,668,098 
3,794,070 
3,113,393 
6,925,200 
2,988,110 


1 
2 
2 
1 


2 


21 
23 
25 
21 
16 


23 
24 
27 
23 
17 


1 
2 
6 
2 

4 


166 
167 
168 
169 
170 


Warren 
Nantucket 
Lenox . 
Acton . 
Barre . 


3,427 
3,417 
3,415 
3,408 
3,401 


2,932,893 
13,103,250 
4,712,330 
4,435,205 
3,079,898 


2 
2 
3 
1 


3 

2 
2 


19 
23 
20 

27 
26 


21 

28 
23 
30 
28 


4 
7 

6 
2 
2 


171 
172 
173 
174 
175. 


Hanover 
Yarmouth 

Marshfield 

Duxbury 

Burlington 


3,378 
3,295 
3,247 
3,149 
3,139 


4,107,287 
10,683,850 
11,293,075 
8,802,235 
3,030,828 


1 
1 
2 

1 


1 
2 


23 
28 
26 
27 
26 


24 
30 
28 
30 
26 


3 
2 
3 
6 


176 
177 

178 
179 
180 


Charlton 
Sutton . 
Northborough 
Deerfield 
Rutland 


3,132 
3,108 
3,104 
3,082 
3,041 


2,150,264 
2,406,414 
2,458,590 
4,993,820 
1,949,427 


1 

1 


- 


20 
22 
21 
22 
15 


20 
22 
22 
23 
15 


1 
3 
2 
6 
3 


181 
182 
183 
184 
185 


Dighton 

Groton 

Manchester 

Townsend 

Merrimac 


2,988 
2,873 
2,849 
2,807 
2,796 


3,538,359 
3,876,785 
9,291,998 
2,926,475 
2,077,060 


1 

1 

1 


1 
2 

1 


28 
21 
20 
21 
17 


30 

24 
21 
22 
17 


6 

1 

2 


186 
187 
188 
189 
190 


Hamilton 
Avon . 
Harwich 
Southborough 
Hadley 


2,762 
2,662 
2,655 
2,652 
2,644 


6,331,700 
2,106,550 
10,435,210 
3,205,168 
3,349,425 


1 
2 

1 
1 


- 


22 
17 
22 
18 
23 


22 
18 
24 
19 
24 


3 
3 
6 
4 
3 


191 
192 
193 
194 
195 


Douglas 
Sudbury 
Millis . 
Pembroke 
West Boylstoii 


2,627 
2,595 
2,546 
2,543 
2,512 


2,267,431 
3,190,095 
3,207,110 
3,950,650 
3,189,175 


1 
2 

1 


2 
1 


18 
18 
23 
22 
24 


18 
19 
27 
22 
26 


2 
4 
2 
2 
4 



• Preliminary count , J uly 7, 1950. 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



89 



Pupils in 


All 


Public Day 


Schools 


— Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior 


High, 




s7 








High — 


Year 


ending June 30, 


1951 






- 






ts 


01 




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S a !3 
S.2_g2 


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town p 
for not 
half off 






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days 

verag 
mem 




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fii 




< 


< 




< < 




Oh 


^ 




Is 



8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


448 


72,336 


402 


180 


418 


_ 


30 


388 


935 


144,128 


838 


176 


905 


_ 


6 


899 


877 


142,508 


807 


177 


874 


_ 


30 


844 


1,000 


157,084 


887 


177 


968 


6 


16 


958 


889 


147,816 


822 


180 


867 


- 


35 


832 


754 


121,619 


680 


179 


722 


4 


62 


664 


490 


78,061 


445 


176 


475 


— 


6 


469 


883 


138,942 


814 


171 


861 


2 


10 


853 


886 


144,085 


819 


176 


874 


6 


20 


860 


964 


159,425 


895 


178 


943 


1 


8 


936 


777 


126,204 


720 


175 


770 


_ 


1 


769 


809 


130,693 


737 


177 


797 


3 


3 


797 


663 


106,968 


610 


175 


647 


1 


- 


648 


677 


104,496 


594 


176 


633 


1 


10 


624 


784 


123,632 


723 


171 


772 


- 


12 


760 


782 


125,469 


706 


178 


757 


_ 


29 


728 


696 


113,657 


640 


178 


682 


4 


6 


680 


232 


37,831 


213 


178 


225 


_ 


10 


215 


591 


91,976 


526 


175 


562 


- 


22 


540 


598 


99,558 


557 


179 


587 


2 


31 


558 


691 


108,438 


607 


179 


663 


3 


11 


655 


662 


105,359 


599 


176 


637 




8 


629 


396 


62,104 


352 


176 


379 


- 


2 


377 


586 


91.486 


534 


171 


568 


3 


4 


567 


650 


100,396 


575 


175 


614 




63 


561 


577 


94,018 


536 


175 


567 


_ 


16 


661 


671 


104,537 


608 


175 


654 


- 


- 


654 


688 


103,786 


602 


172 


644 


6 


7 


643 


585 


97,410 


548 


178 


578 


_ 


2 


576 


459 


75,765 


424 


179 


444 


- 


50 


394 


564 


90,405 


505 


179 


544 


_ 


90 


454 


651 


79,368 


453 


175 


500 


_ 


_ 


500 


491 


81,998 


457 


179 


485 


7 


_ 


492 


628 


97,609 


557 


175 


601 


7 


45 


563 


666 


109,638 


610 


179 


647 


- 


11 


636 


601 


98,112 


565 


182 


593 


_ 


15 


578 


722 


109,613 


626 


175 


671 


— 


91 


580 


662 


105,819 


601 


180 


645 


- 


10 


635 


644 


99,009 


549 


180 


587 


_ 


7 


580 


679 


109,142 


611 


180 


651 


- 


10 


641 


642 


104,069 


579 


180 


617 


_ 


15 


602 


587 


95,757 


540 


177 


573 


1 


12 


562 


588 


95,007 


532 


179 


574 


_ 


5 


569 


485 


75,510 


458 


165 


484 


— 


60 


424 


340 


55,207 


307 


180 


326 


- 


6 


320 


709 


113,550 


657 


173 


696 


_ 


146 


550 


579 


89,413 


519 


172 


552 


_ 


11 


541 


429 


67,344 


385 


174 


415 


_ 


_ 


415 


555 


89,371 


506 


178 


542 


6 


25 


523 


496 


76,122 


429 


177 


460 


- 


19 


441 


466 


78.324 


430 


180 


456 


1 


7 


450 


498 


74,670 


438 


170 


470 


1 


13 


458 


625 


83,337 


468 


180 


500 


_ 


4 


496 


443 


72,399 


405 


179 


432 


1 


15 


418 


482 


78,995 


451 


175 


473 


- 


10 


463 


499 


81,578 


452 


180 


476 


2 


4 


474 


499 


81,426 


453 


180 


487 


- 


1 


486 


496 


78,129 


444 


180 


482 


- 


5 


477 


613 


82,701 


468 


177 


501 


- 


14 


487 


603 


84,853 


481 


176 


509 


- 


3 


506 



90 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Itemized Expenditures for Swppoht op All Public 



o.as 



5-- 
o 



136 Blackstone . 

137 Westport 

138 Weston 

139 Sharon 

140 Dalton 

141 Lee 

142 Medfield 

143 Templeton . 

144 East Bridge water 

145 Wayland 

146 Norton 

147 Westford 

148 Rockport 

149 Bellingham . 

150 Holbrook . 

151 West Bridgewater 

152 Lunenburj 

153 Harvard 

154 Provincetown 

155 Medway 

156 Cohasset 

157 HoUiston 

158 Lancaster 

159 Ashland 

160 Belchertown 

161 Hopedale 

162 Hopkinton 

163 Pepperell 

164 Kingston 

165 North Brookfield 

166 Warren 

167 Nantucket . 

168 Lenox . 

169 Acton . 

170 Barre . 

171 Hanover 

172 Yarmouth 

173 Marshfield . 

174 Duxbury 

175 Burlington . 

176 Charlton 

177 Sutton . 

178 Northborough 

179 Deerfield 

180 Rutland 

181 Dighton 

182 Groton 

183 Manchester . 

184 Townsend 

185 Merrimac 

-186 Hamilton 

187 Avon . 

188 Harwich 

189 Southborough 

190 Hadley 

191 Douglas 

192 Sudbury 

193 Minis . 

194 Pembroke 

195 West Boylston 



16 

$4,288 00 
8,063 60 

10,300 09 
8,758 89 

8.829 90 

5,400 22 
2,909 79 
6,041 34 
4,325 22 
8,228 99 

6,057 24 
6,376 32 
3,778 38 
4,211 37 
4,144 95 

7,825 14 
3,135 63 
2,660 56 

3.830 20 
2,929 38 

5,382 84 
1,876 54 
2,316 08 

7.041 30 
3,099 65 

7,093 34 
5,602 22 
4,622 06 
4,491 90 
4,698 39 ■ 

4,983 02 
7,822 58 
7,320 27 
4,731 60 
3,399 93 

3,234 45 
5,479 35 

7.042 59 
6,853 07 
6,590 79 

5,368 10 
5,704 76 
4,068 84 
4,473 93 
1,978 06 

6,488 58 
4,850 00 
6,115 39 
2,867 01 
2,809 70 

8,445 91 
4,112 31 
5,029 74 
4,182 79 
4,615 15 

6,537 05 
5,512 91 
2,799 35 
3,112 03 
5,762 64 



17 

S6 1,450 00 
98,773 49 
169,742 35 
121,029 35 
116,471 50 

80,960 61 
61,972 08 
89,711 88 
114,639 10 
117,075 03 

73,053 71 
89,970 42 
76,415 76 
69,517 13 

72,447 40 

91,106 75 
74,881 35 
37,231 70 
70,136 10 
70,478 48 

102,145 55 
69,950 61 
46,851 83 
71,734 86 
65,444 83 

75,633 91 
61,035 15 
61,330 70 
59,688 75 
48,038 03 

61,073 33 
79,259 09 
71,275 65 

77,722 47 
76,302 78 

66,515 74 
86,641 86 
89,030 77 
85,688 10 
66,334 67 

48,598 70 
60,387 56 
54,264 06 
66,626 61 
37,141 39 

93,161 07 
65,524 52 
68,918 66 
52,129 17 
44,105 51 

63,283 91 
44,533 35 
72,408 89 
57,519 48 
59,855 31 

46,669 09 
57,631 42 
68,024 00 
58,969 22 
64,932 67 



18 

§2,383 44 
1,735 47 
3,642 95 
2,337 47 
2,637 16 

2,750 59 
823 75 
2,385 76 
4,704 71 
3,026 16 

1,712 14 
1,502 94 
1,564 13 
1,248 83 
2,289 96 

1,270 72 
1,948 58 

1.130 05 
3,330 65 
1,761 63 

2,383 10 

2.922 73 
973 76 

2,798 69 
1,997 06 

1.923 34 
1,267 50 
1,864 44 
1,931 08 
1,179 01 

1,884 67 
1,140 00 
1,607 21 
3,304 46 
3,794 62 

1,575 27 
2,098 77 
2,217 49 
2,228 28 
1,750 23 

1,069 62 
2,176 46 
2,611 17 
1,482 81 
1,102 44 

1,807 61 
2,165 53 
1,379 25 

1.131 46 
1,485 69 

3,454 93 
1,138 46 
1,611 88 
1,973 29 
1,196 71 

1,677 62 
1,889 81 
2,174 22 
1,742 49 
1,306 16 



19 

$1,246 89 

7.618 87 
13,549 04 

9,190 42 
8,427 13 

3,875 38 
3,036 18 
3,957 56 
6,370 44 
5,985 91 

3,723 48 

4.236 86 
5,406 80 
1,594 60 
2,466 34 

5,887 98 
3,233 10 
1,868 29 
6,787 45 
3,601 64 

10,494 41 
4,045 15 
2,893 96 
4,404 47 
1,975 13 

3,639 89 
1,750 87 
1,076 49 
3,583 20 
1,957 71 

4,999 91 
4,326 97 

4.619 18 
1,469 79 
4,726 90 

5,432 03 

6,534 71 

6,626 58 

7,227 87 

1,477 09 

1,203 17 
6,516 01 
2,413 09 

3.237 47 
1,883 09 

3,304 14 
3,995 86 
4,636 60 
3,503 83 
2,110 68 

3,089 09 
1,728 05 
4,355 95 
3,418 16 
6,472 22 

1,965 11 
3,163 74 
3,373 55 

5,587 02 
3,768 59 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



91 



ScHOOi-8 — Day, Evknino, Vacation — Year ending June 30, 1951 



•3 S 1^ 

a (A <o 



20 

812,851 26 
15,574 16 
31,718 39 
19,403 06 
22,915 43 

15,502 00 
8,168 84 
15,612 42 
16,297 83 
23,808 06 

11,121 34 
17,593 35 
13,479 15 
14,763 97 
13,961 81 

16,771 77 

10,127 89 

8,225 77 

10,290 85 

13,636 66 

17,407 53 
11,310 51 

8,206 13 
11,654 76 

8,764 11 

15,724 03 

8,821 21 

13,509 40 

12,035 47 

7,474 83 

10,312 39 
16,482 18 
19,132 42 
15,589 54 
13,436 47 

14,162 13 
22,458 62 
19,294 38 
15,898 42 
10,536 36 

10,620 77 
12,296 33 

9,584 42 
15,416 03 

7,361 28 

14,887 94 

11,449 51 

13,833 14 

8,759 13 

7,716 29 

10,358 49 
6,561 27 

15,992 24 
9,711 68 

14,378 57 

9,621 38 
12,870 23 

9,082 71 
10,816 42 
14,901 59 






21 

$3,376 71 
4,189 27 
4,926 91 
7,918 39 

15,130 59 

3,159 68 
2,978 14 
6,468 18 
3,055 26 
4,894 33 

4,158 71 
2,683 31 
1,449 95 
6,317 15 
6,853 52 

4,000 94 
4,133 90 
1,776 64 
3,669 86 
1,589 25 

5,364 28 

5,731 70 

7,772 46 

5,481 32 

3,986 94 

20,372 01 

1,435 62 

1,205 37 

1,628 35 

898 74 

1,887 90 
1,762 53 
3,905 79 
1,179 90 
10,325 08 

6,717 69 
8,565 25 
2,352 23 
3,016 75 
5,862 34 

2,712 64 
2,721 01 
2,625 35 
5,290 15 
5,493 41 

1,610 85 
1,813 82 
1,335 95 
6,202 37 
2,910 85 

2,968 85 
4,662 48 
3,263 27 
5,637 69 
2,211 27 

3,241 40 

2.738 60 

3.739 32 
2,209 84 
5,810 80 



22 



S276 80 
807 20 



420 30 



9 


50 


1,047 


14 


226 

56 

136 


07 
30 
46 



108 40 

399 31 
319 31 

101 79 
537 82 

84 51 

85 76 
99 11 

227 59 
137 26 

58 43 



1,761 


75 


342 


51 


267 


66 


147 


44 


564 06 


55 


45 


6 


60 


1,807 


67 


200 


28 


334 


65 


240 


62 


457 


22 


379 


44 


110 


86 


98 


98 


525 


65 


26 


27 


200 


00 



TRAN8P0BTAT10N 



23 

$850 00 

3,789 10 

3,296 37 

1,927 57 

2,949 65 

300 00 

890 46 

2,173 64 

4,006 60 

2,535 50 

1,400 00 
431 95 
1,588 00 
1,056 95 
2,425 27 

1,674 28 

500 00 

100 00 

1,800 00 

1,936 53 

4,618 00 

992 53 

528 50 

1,655 05 

2,961 94 

1,500 00 
1,542 34 
373 04 
2,217 24 
1,766 25 

1,016 07 
2,782 88 
2,771 50 
257 35 
1,964 55 



296 42 



157 12 
1,062 11 



2,566 


57 


1,012 


37 


2,743 


75 


1,787 


26 


2,190 


90 


826 


96 


1,378 


15 


1,274 


22 


634 


68 


3,409 


00 


875 


09 


5,355 


44 


850 


00 


1,102 


35 


1,689 


82 


1,269 


53 


793 


15 


1,537 


74 


1,629 


80 


1,434 


15 


491 


69 


115 


48 


1,175 


16 


208 


14 



24 

$11,200 00 

18,750 30 

19,763 46 

13,392 64 

4,423 80 

6,349 41 
3,494 20 

11,154 75 
9,353 48 

12,000 00 

19,687 16 

13,492 45 

984 45 

11,800 00 

2,287 00 

7,377 54 

19,511 20 

7,083 00 

3,580 00 

13,372 44 
6,437 00 
4,048 30 
11,400 95 
16,819 00 

3,009 69 

13,910 36 

8,100 00 

8,539 25 

7,767 00 

6,930 24 
4,602 85 
8,844 82 
8,000 00 
13,919 00 

12,678 41 
15,656 30 
15,979 87 
16,324 65 
7,300 00 

11,084 49 

13,488 00 

8,949 86 

9,346 60 

11,631 00 

9,614 74 
13,309 45 

1,029 75 
14,693 60 

3,405 64 

9,231 00 
1,710 00 
9,312 50 
8,000 00 
6,078 85 

7,344 18 
8,375 26 
4,418 46 
10,246 51 
9,076 36 



135 



25 



$115 90 



69 00 
236 00 



12,434 86 



320 77 



357 75 
24 65 



531 00 



194 20 



270- 02 



27 05 

24 78 
43 99 



76 00 
114 50 



92 



Geoup III. 



P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 







Itemized Expenditures for Support of All 








Public Schools - 


— Day. Evening. 


Vacation 


EXPENDITUBB 






— Year ending June 30, 1951 — 


-Con. 




ENDING June 












S 2 




TOWNS 




s 
o 
a 
a 


o 

p. 

ft 

3 

^4 










1 


03 
C9 


o 




^as 






•3 


1 


1 




I.S-S 






H 


S 


H 




^ 






26 


27 


28 




29 


136 


Blackstone . 


_ 


_ 


S97,646 30 


_ 


137 


Westport 


_ 


$145 91 


158,916 


97 


$592,848 41 


138 


Weston 


- 


5,370 97 


263,117 


73 


- 


139 


Sharon 


$556 37 


791 58 


185,305 


74 


- 


140 


Dalton 


- 


1,206 18 


183,411 


64 


408,741 27 


141 


Lee 


545 70 


599 78 


119,559 


27 


_ 


142 


Medfield 




66 52 


84,339 


96 


- 


143 


Templeton . 


218 58 


973 18 


138,706 


79 


469 76 


144 


East Bridgewater . 


_ 


- 


162,752 


64 


- 


145 


Wayland 


106 32 


293 44 


179,000 88 


- 


146 


Norton 




660 75 


121,574 


53 


_ 


147 


Westford 


516 00 


283 80 


137,156 


40 


— 


148 


Rookport 




2,172 58 


107,301 


27 


402 09 


149 


Bellingham . 


_ 


2,845 52 


113,411 


82 


- 


150 


Holbrook 


- 


490 06 


107,502 


77 


- 


151 


West Bridgewater 


1,577 52 


461 53 


150,497 


43 


- 


152 


Lunenburg . 




608 19 


118,079 


84 


- 


153 


Harvard 


_ 


1,810 53 


61,886 


54 


725 00 


154 


Provincetown 


_ 


210 25 


100,454 


67 


95 00 


155 


Medway 


- 


597 92 


100,430 


80 


1,054 85 


156 


Cohasset 




21,103 45 


182,694 


16 


570,051 16 


157 


HoUiston 


_ 


2,364 45 


105,631 


22 


- 


158 


Lancaster 


551 71 


5,225 12 


79,725 


60 


868 60 


159 


Ashland 


510 09 


102 36 


117,246 


32 


16,294 06 


160 


Belchertown . 




344 84 


105,393 


50 


- 


161 


Hopedale 


_ 


3,767 66 


132,663 


87 


6,500 00 


162 


Hopkinton . 


214 72 


3,796 85 


99,461 


35 


335.500 00 


163 


Pepperell 


1,229 64 


1,624 27 


94,935 


41 


7,248 30 


164 


Kingston 


- 


168 91 


94,369 


91 


— 


165 


North Brookfield . 


- 


266 93 


74,146 


00 


- 


166 


Warren 


_ 


354 27 


94,200 


39 


3.743 04 


167 


Nantucket . 


_ 


4,686 65 


123,002 


99 


401 00 


168 


Lenox . 


_ 


399 99 


119,876 


83 


- 


169 


Acton . 


_ 


2,700 00 


115,013 


54 


- 


170 


Barre . 


- 


2,093 37 


130,156 


90 


645 00 


171 


Hanover 


_ 


518 79 


113,401 


08 


3,904 88 


172 


Yarmouth . 


22 50 


7,590 80 


157,822 


28 


1,153 24 


173 


Marshfield . 




2,238 51 


148,138 


70 


348.573 76 


174 


Duxbury 


_ 


678 54 


139,970 60 


346 80 


175 


Burlington . 


- 


530 21 


102,720 03 


- 


176 


Charlton 


_ 


10,568 35 


92.616 


86 


603 53 


177 


Sutton . 


206 00 


97 42 


104,027 


15 


170,943 29 


178 


Northborough 


_ 


1,289 63 


87,087 


24 


- 


179 


Deerfield 


— 


335 75 


108,017 


02 


- 


180 


Rutland 


- 


75 38 


67,501 


01 


- 


181 


Dighton 


_ 


946 85 


135,565 


43 


_ 


182 


Groton 


383 47 


694 02 


105,328 94 


3,325 90 


183 


Manchester . 




2,935 63 


105,997 


03 


313,010 83 


184 


Townsend 


- 


1,220 39 


91,356 


96 


-■ 


185 


Merrimac 


- 


344 59 


66,395 


52 


- 


186 


Hamilton 


150 00 


11,252 01 


114,078 


86 


- 


187 


Avon . 


110 40 


111 52 


66.036 


35 


- 


188 


Harwich 




7,512 85 


120,806 


12 


30,829 00 


189 


Southborough 


254 52 


217 97 


92,479 


59 


- 


190 


Hadley 


■ 


2,638 24 


99,276 


12 


117,016 59 


191 


Douglas 


265 50 


315 19 


79,146 


67 


- 


192 


Sudbury 


_ 


324 26 


93,294 


34 


849 54 


193 


MiUis . 


- 


1,959 45 


95,686 


54 


- 


194 


Pembroke 


- 


627 51 


94,757 


82 


- 


195 


West Boylston 


■ 


6,333 86 


113,162 


92 


~ 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



93 



Continued 



FOR Outlay, Year 
30, 1951 


Valuation of 

1950 PER Pupil 

IN Net Average 

Membership. 

Year ending June 

30, 1951 


Expenditure for 
School Support from 

Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 
1950, PER $1,000 Val- 
uation 


Rate op Total Tax 

PER $1,000 

Valuation, 1950 


d 




1 




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3 


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Eh 


i 

< 


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go 


« .si 


1 

i 
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30 


31 


32 


33 


34 35 


36 


37 


$1,194 20 

15,101 01 

8,555 44 

8.146 17 

2,741 56 


$1,194 20 

607,949 42 

8,555 44 

8,146 17 

411,482 83 


$6,434 

10,035 

16,175 

8,425 

7,161 


61 
30 
13 

34 
47 


$20 78 18 
11 88 77 
14 75 61 
17 00 47 
22 93 9 


$52 00 
40 80 
33 50 
46 00 
46 00 


20 
57 
80 
38 
33 


4,075 62 

257 66 

174 68 

1,960 71 

3,788 14 


4,075 62 

257 66 

644 43 

1,960 71 

3,788 14 


7,066 
7,394 
4,383 
7,122 
7,713 


52 
44 
90 
49 
40 


17 01 46 
17 04 45 
21 10 16 
17 83 42 
17 85 41 


46 00 
60 00 
50 00 
38 00 
49 00 


35 
5 

26 
66 

27 


647 33 
774 93 
1,462 25 
204 90 
263 46 


647 33 
774 93 
1,864 34 
204 90 
263 46 


4,870 
5,309 
11,348 
7,089 
4,942 


83 
78 
23 
51 
82 


14 29 64 
22 21 12 
11 36 82 
14 69 62 
18 38 35 


47 20 
44 00 
46 00 
38 00 
46 00 


29 
50 
37 
64 
34 


3,358 59 

418 46 

1,410 80 

2.472 72 


3,358 59 
1,143 46 
1.505 80 
3,527 57 


6,933 

7,055 

10,827 

11,852 

7,138 


54 
53 
27 
20 
48 


19 99 22 
13 35 70 
16 00 54 
11 38 81 
19 21 26 


42 00 
52 00 
31 00 
57 00 
47 00 


55 
21 
86 
10 
30 


51,501 41 

823 41 

420 80 

4,773 13 

628 18 


621.552 57 

823 41 

1,289 40 

21,067 19 

628 18 


16,556 
6,695 

11,317 
7,628 
3,570 


10 
56 
24 
42 
95 


9 95 87 
16 45 50 
11 80 80 
14 18 66 
23 09 8 


35 00 
41 00 
50 00 
44 00 
52 00 


77 
56 
24 
44 
19 


791 20 

2,501 90 

690 77 

438 22 


6,500 00 

336.291 20 

9,750 20 

690 77 

438 22 


6,657 
5,801 
4,842 
12,023 
7,584 


57 
70 
85 
19 
43 


27 08 2 
15 34 57 
20 62 19 

10 24 86 

11 83 79 


40 50 
50 00 
43 00 
32 40 
48 00 


58 
23 
53 
83 

28 


1,464 47 

3,356 79 

348 71 

102 35 


3,743 04 

1,865 47 

3,356 79 

348 71 

747 35 


6,460 
26.207 
9,578 
7,878 
4,843 


60 
1 
31 
38 
84 


15 21 58 
8 99 92 

19 03 27 

16 08 52 
25 10 4 


46 00 
30 00 
50 00 
43 20 
54 00 


40 
88 
25 
51 
14 


1,987 66 

7,067 30 

15,589 14 

2,218 15 

896 04 


5.892 54 

8,220 54 

364.162 90 

2.564 95 

896 04 


7,106 
18,420 
17.784 
15,176 

4.728 


50 

8 

9 

16 

87 


17 97 38 

8 52 93 

9 64 89 
12 57 74 
21 30 15 


53 00 
37 60 

37 00 

38 00 
53 00 


18 
68 
70 
65 
17 


841 72 

2,179 63 

1,009 42 

19 90 

557 46 


1,445 25 

173,122 92 

1,009 42 

19 90 

557 46 


3,572 
4,282 
4,321 
11,779 
6,092 


94 
93 
91 
21 
66 


20 36 20 
23 63 6 
22 88 10 
13 85 68 

21 90 14 


67 00 
62 00 
60 00 
37 00 
32 50 


1 
4 

7 
69 

82 


1,987 73 
2,098 82 
8,803 08 
3,937 03 
1,109 06 


1,987 73 
5,424 72 
321.813 91 
3.937 03 
1,109 06 


6.433 
7,166 
22.390 
5.596 
4,710 


62 
46 
3 
75 
88 


18 47 34 
18 61 31 
10 33 84 

17 69 43 

18 73 30 


34 00 
44 00 
40 00 
44 00 
62 00 


78 
45 
60 
49 
3 


2,145 65 
1,377 11 
1,136 85 
4,161 32 
14,456 17 


2,145 65 

1,377 11 

31,965 85 

4.161 32 

131,472 76 


14,070 
4,599 

21,039 
7,668 
7,234 


18 
89 
4 
41 
45 


12 22 75 

19 35 34 
9 51 90 

20 81 17 
18 08 37 


38 00 
50 00 
36 00 
46 00 
36 00 


67 
22 
72 
39 
71 


644 07 
2,781 19 
1,434 70 
3,651 85 
2,187 52 


644 07 
3,630 73 
1,434 70 
3,651 85 
2,187 52 


4,784 
6.564 
6.724 
8,112 
6,303 


86 
58 
55 
35 
64 


22 68 11 
21 94 13 

17 94 39 
14 86 60 

18 49 33 


45 00 
58 00 
40 00 

46 70 
40 00 


43 
9 
61 
31 
62 



94 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 















Expenditure foe 


Support of All Public 




















Year 


ENDING 
















from STATE 








TROM LOCAL TAXATION 


REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 




TOWNS 












GENERAL SCHOOL PUND) 












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a 






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o 

a 
< 






II 


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§ 

S 
< 




Per p- 
net a 
mem 
ship 








38 




39 


40 


41 




42 


43 


136 


Blackstone . 


$51,855 


40 


$133 


65 


.38 


$41,939 02 


$108 09 


5 


137 


Westport 


107,212 


95 


119 


26 


56 


42,627 


62 


47 42 


65 


138 


Weston 


201,401 


24 


238 


63 


2 


39,543 


04 


46 85 


67 


139 


Sharon 


137,225 


01 


143 


24 


32 


41,159 


21 


42 96 


72 


140 


Dalton 


136,612 


24 


164 


20 


21 


26,625 


55 


32 00 


87 


141 


Lee 


79,812 


30 


120 


20 


55 


24,970 


81 


37 61 


82 


142 


Medfield 


59,091 


16 


125 


99 


48 


25,083 


68 


53 48 


47 


143 


Templeton . 


78,887 


66 


92 


48 


85 


50,166 


82 


58 81 


38 


144 


East Bridgewater . 


109,198 


97 


126 


98 


46 


36,625 


65 


42 59 


74 


145 


Wayland 


128,869 


93 


137 


68 


35 


40,454 


21 


43 22 


71 


146 


Norton 


53,514 66 


69 


59 


95 


39,347 


18 


51 17 


53 


147 


Westford 


93,953 


54 


117 


88 


60 


40,507 


21 


50 82 


56 


148 


Rockport 


83,506 


13 


128 


87 


43 


19,382 


83 


29 91 


89 


149 


BeUingham . 


64,955 


02 


104 


09 


73 


40,627 


89 


65 11 


25 


150 


Holbrook 


69,004 


86 


90 


80 


87 


28,183 


69 


37 08 


83 


151 


West Bridgewater 


100,880 


15 


138 


57 


34 


46,233 


05 


63 51 


29 


152 


Lunenburg . 


64,056 


58 


94 


20 


84 


46,038 


37 


67 70 


20 


153 


Harvard 


37,225 


45 


173 


14 


16 


18,464 06 


85 88 


10 


154 


Provincetown 


72,813 


89 


134 


84 


37 


19,227 


11 


35 61 


85 


155 


Medway 


76,490 


28 


137 


08 


36 


23,352 


31 


41 85 


77 


156 


Cohasset 


107,900 96 


164 


73 


20 


18,340 


06 


28 00 


90 


157 


HolUston 


69,262 


97 


110 


12 


66 


24,350 


47 


38 71 


79 


158 


Lancaster 


50,329 


22 


133 


50 


39 


22,853 


70 


60 62 


35 


159 


Ashland 


61,309 74 


108 


13 


70 


31,400 


63 


55 38 


45 


160 


Belchertown . 


45,424 05 


82 


44 


92 


41,592 


36 


75 49 


13 


161 


Hopedale 


99,333 30 


180 28 


14 


14,753 


42 


26 78 


91 


162 


Hopkinton . 


58,201 


58 


88 


99 


90 


31,471 


48 


48 12 


61 


163 


Pepperell 


64,199 


34 


99 


84 


78 


34,241 


85 


53 25 


48 


164 


Kingston 


70,925 23 


123 


13 


50 


24,339 


91 


42 26 


75 


165 


North Brookfield . 


35,340 26 


89 


70 


88 


28,101 


22 


71 32 


15 


166 


Warren 


44,586 


53 


98 


21 


82 


29,730 


11 


65 48 


24 


167 


Nantucket . 


117,761 


62 


235 


52 


3 


6,760 


25 


13 52 


94 


168 


Lenox . 


89,689 


35 


182 


30 


13 


23,355 


82 


47 47 


63 


169 


Acton . 


71,296 


55 


126 64 


47 


28,153 


98 


50 01 


58 


170 


Barre . 


77,288 92 


121 


52 


52 


39,680 20 


62 39 


31 


171 


Hanover 


73,789 


28 


127 


66 


45 


29,461 


77 


50 97 


55 


172 


Yarmouth . 


91,010 


93 


156 


92 


26 


26,934 33 


46 44 


69 


173 


Marshfield . 


108,824 


23 


171 


38 


18 


23,434 


27 


36 90 


84 


174 


Duxbury 


110,665 


20 


190 


80 


9 


25,820 


26 


44 52 


70 


175 


Burlington . 


64,552 


37 


100 71 


76 


32,440 


30 


50 61 


57 


176 


Charlton 


43,777 06 


72 


72 


94 


34,620 


51 


57 51 


41 


177 


Sutton . 


56,856 


82 


101 


17 


75 


31.362 


29 


55 80 


43 


178 


Northborough 


56,247 


56 


98 


85 


81 


29,007 


29 


50 98 


54 


179 


Deerfield 


69,141 


03 


163 


07 


22 


26,424 


53 


62 32 


32 


180 


Rutland 


42,673 


62 


133 


36 


40 


17,805 


24 


55 64 


44 


181 


Dighton 


65,339 


12 


118 


80 


57 


38,504 


40 


70 01 


17 


182 


Groton 


72,121 


02 


133 


31 


41 


27,851 


23 


51 48 


52 


183 


Manchester . 


95,995 


72 


231 


31 


4 


3,930 


00 


9 47 


95 


184 


Townsend 


51,761 


41 


98 


97 


80 


32,194 


49 


61 56 


34 


185 


Merrimac 


38,897 


14 


88 


20 


91 


20,651 


32 


46 83 


68 


186 


Hamilton 


77,385 


99 


171 


97 


17 


17,727 


47 


39 39 


78 


187 


Avon . 


40,758 


86 


88 


99 


89 


19,597 


30 


42 79 


73 


188 


Harwich 


99,233 


96 


200 


07 


6 


16,111 


35 


32 48 


86 


189 


Southborough 


66,683 


63 


159 


53 


25 


22,640 


13 


54 16 


46 


190 


Hadley 


60,545 


54 


130 


77 


42 


26,816 


15 


57 92 


39 


191 


Douglas 


51,410 


94 


108 


46 


69 


24,452 


26 


51 59 


51 


192 


Sudbury 


69,993 


99 


144 


02 


31 


18,365 


67 


37 79 


81 


193 


MUlis . 


57,541 


43 


120 


63 


53 


27,091 


28 


56 SO 


42 


194 


Pembroke 


58,714 


74 


120 


56 


54 


25,812 


86 


53 00 


49 


195 


West Boylston 


58,974 


35 


116 


55 


61 


30,509 


28 


60 30 


36 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS 



95 



Continued 



Dat Schools — 


- Classified as to Source, 










Amount paid to Town 


Dec. 31, 1950 














FROM- 




IH 1 O 


u< 












o a 




i\< « 


^§^ 














*- O 




J5o 


j^ 


a 

O 

n 

a ° 




PROM ALL SOURCES 




^i^S 




ispoi 

., S. 

947) 

20, 


From receij 
tuition and 
portation o 
wards 


o 

a 
< 




Per pupU in 
average 
member- 
ship 


Per pupil in 
net average 
member- 
ship 

Rank in 


Group III 
in net aver- 
age mem- 
bership 


School Func 
of Gen. Lf 
(C. 643, 1! 

November 


o 

CO 


School Trai 
tion C. 71 
(C. 679, 11 
November 
1950 


44 


45 


46 




47a 


47b 


4S 


49 




50 


_ 


$5,046 08 


$98,840 50 


$236 46 


$254 74 


15 


$34,125 70 


$5,482 00 


$859 50 


_ 


150,700 


07 


166 52 


167 63 


73 


28,406 


42 


14,221 20 




15,034 14 


265,978 42 


292 88 


303 29 


4 


26,208 04 


13,335 00 


1,225 14 


2,115 20 


181,724 


56 


187 73 


189 69 


47 


33,243 48 


5,903 21 


33 66 


6,967 07 


170,238 


52 


196 35 


204 61 


41 


26,625 


55 


" 


273 57 


8,021 76 


113,078 


44 


156 62 


170 30 


70 


23,045 53 


1,925 28 


751 28 


3,073 06 


87,999 


18 


185 26 


187 63 


50 


22,860 


23 


979 00 


722 08 


1,605 06 


131,381 


62 


152 59 


1.54 02 


86 


42,835 


84 


5,227 65 


1,751 21 


1,441 73 


149,017 


56 


170 50 


173 28 


66 


32,743 


56 


3,882 09 


1,154 09 


347 07 


170,825 


30 


181 15 


182 51 


59 


33,039 


21 


7,415 00 


_ 




92,861 


84 


120 60 


120 76 


95 


31,538 


69 


5,493 00 


1,581 12 


546 00 


136,587 


87 


171 38 


171 38 


69 


33,007 


71 


7,499 50 


- 


1,745 32 


104,634 


28 


161 72 


161 47 


80 


19,382 


83 


- 


1,830 40 


675 43 


108,088 


74 


170 76 


173 22 


67 


30,758 78 


7,650 00 


2,188 30 


1,478 38 


100,855 


23 


130 64 


132 70 


94 


26,572 


53 


"■ 


1,528 41 


893 49 


149,535 


10 


197 54 


205 41 


40 


30,177 21 


13,-536 94 


440 30 


2 25 


110,537 


50 


162 08 


162 56 


78 


28,473 


06 


16,309 00 


2,864 59 


2,379 79 


60,933 


89 


270 82 


283 41 


7 


11,486 


55 


6,045 00 


238 35 


9,841 49 


102,120 


84 


181 71 


189 11 


48 


19,227 


11 


- 


3,098 21 


1,017 57 


103,958 


37 


177 10 


186 31 


54 


23,261 


31 


91 00 


1,208 16 


13,298 68 


140,747 


86 


212 29 


214 88 


34 


11,372 


92 


6,967 14 


1,167 08 


196 19 


94,976 


71 


149 10 


151 00 


88 


22,868 47 


1,482 00 


1,192 44 


3,.542 06 


77,917 


42 


205 59 


206 68 


39 


20,510 


30 


2,343 40 


490 41 


1,463 12 


94,663 


90 


166 66 


166 96 


74 


22,424 


83 


7,197 89 


12,593 25 




99,609 


66 


162 23 


180 78 


61 


27,770 


13 


13,336 00 


1,932 38 


289 55 


116,308 


65 


205 13 


211 09 


37 


12,768 


50 


1,984 92 


848 57 


191 88 


90,713 


51 


138 71 


138 71 


92 


23,820 


94 


5,879 00 


1,332 97 


285 36 


100,059 


52 


155 37 


155 61 


85 


27,391 


85 


4,890 00 


- 


179 87 


95,445 


01 


165 13 


165 70 


76 


19,136 


47 


5,203 44 


3,146 98 


3,265 25 


69,853 


71 


157 33 


177 29 


64 


22,195 


92 


4,270 00 


1,829 71 


11,901 17 


88,047 


52 


161 85 


193 94 


45 


21,641 


84 


5,799 27 


- 


346 59 


124,868 46 


249 74 


249 74 


17 


4,551 


50 


2,208 75 


- 


30 00 


113,075 


17 


233 14 


229 83 


26 


18,781 


43 


4,574 39 


787 64 


4,449 68 


104,687 


85 


174 19 


185 95 


55 


25,400 


23 


2,753 75 


- 


2,000 67 


118,969 


79 


183 88 


187 06 


53 


28,809 


18 


9,480 40 


1,908 72 


1,557 70 


106,717 


47 


179 96 


184 63 


57 


19,719 


13 


9,742 64 


226 86 


23,501 88 


141,674 


00 


211 14 


244 26 


19 


14,446 


19 


12,488 14 


365 44 


1,926 44 


134,5.50 


38 


208 61 


211 89 


36 


13,958 


27 


9,476 00 


1,200 39 




137,685 


85 


234 56 


237 39 


24 


13,521 


40 


12,298 86 


2,861 72 


620 62 


100,475 01 


154 34 


156 75 


84 


28,480 


30 


5,490 00 


1,287 52 


4,072 91 


83,758 00 


135 75 


139 13 


91 


25,413 


53 


7,340 31 


878 39 


20 50 


89,118 


00 


155 53 


158 57 


83 


23,602 


34 


6,540 86 


809 61 


406 98 


86,471 


44 


150 65 


151 97 


87 


22,323 


89 


5,216 73 


1,738 29 


8,332 23 


105,636 


08 


218 26 


249 14 


18 


19,472 


68 


6,951 85 


1,086 84 


811 28 


62,376 


98 


191 34 


194 93 


44 


17,002 


17 


* 


_ 


20,333 12 


124,176 


64 


178 41 


225 76 


28 


31,110 97 


5,000 00 


1,352 78 


85 09 


101,410 


12 


183 71 


187 45 


52 


17,800 


27 


10,050 96 


- 


721 39 


100,647 


11 


242 52 


242 52 


21 


3,930 00 


- 


3,698 26 


612 74 


88,266 


90 


162 85 


168 77 


72 


21,501 


18 


9,437 00 


2,581 52 


80 15 


62,210 


13 


135 24 


141 07 


90 


18,636 


54 


1,095 00 


1,.535 93 


10,890 27 


107,539 


66 


235 83 


238 98 


23 


11,540 47 


6,187 00 


1,340 40 


1,240 24 


62,936 


80 


133 91 


137 42 


93 


17,986 


17 


— 


- 


10,975 34 


126,320 


65 


252 64 


254 68 


16 


11,213 


97 


4,897 38 


2,375 17 


427 18 


92,126 


11 


213 25 


220 40 


30 


17,023 


47 


4,150 00 


1,718 60 


538 72 


89,619 


01 


189 47 


193 56 


46 


23,406 


95 


3,409 20 


257 26 


369 41 


76,489 


87 


160 69 


161 37 


81 


19,774 


76 


4,677 50 


— 




88,359 


66 


181 44 


181 81 


60 


11,700 


17 


5,545 50 


511 61 


2,055 93 


87,200 


25 


180 91 


182 81 


58 


23,813 


38 


2,033 46 


1,896 80 


304 07 


86,728 


47 


173 11 


178 09 


63 


19,069 


63 


5,. 578 63 


880 30 


4,678 87 


95,042 


80 


186 72 


187 83 


49 


22,186 


28 


5,573 00 



* $5,712 50 due but not paid until after Deo. 31, 1951. 



96 



P.D. 2. 
Gkoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 







Year Grades in 


Public Day Elementary Schools 






>> 

a 

a 






teachers 


PUPILS ENROLLED 






•i 

O 


"o 
o 


o 


PRINCIPALS 


FULL TIME 




TOWNS 


S 
>" 




1 

43 




















03 


M 


fcl 












CI 


a 


2 


a 


a 








S 


U, 


1h 


o 


a> 








a 


O 


o 


a B 


fl § 


Boys 
Girls 








1 

"-5 


'S 


a> o 


flj o 






51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 57 


58 59 


136 


Blackstone . 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


10 


158 137 


137 


Westport 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


1 23 


390 392 


138 


Weston 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


139 


Sharon 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


140 


Dalton 


8 


- 


4 


- 


2 19 


327 303 


141 


Lee 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


2 16 


287 237 


142 


Medfield 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


143 


Templeton . 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


5 21 


361 303 


144 


East Bridgewater . 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


145 


Wayland 


8 


- 


4 


- 


4 21 


398 337 


146 


Norton 


6 


2 


4 


_ _ 


_ 


- 


147 


Westford 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


3 22 


333 301 


148 


Rockport 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


149 


Bellingham . 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


2 14 


301 239 


150 


Holbrook 


8 


- 


4 


- 


2 15 


307 284 


151 


West Bridgewater 


6 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


152 


Lunenburg . 


8 




4 


_ _ 


2 17 


301 241 


153 


Harvard 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


1 8 


92 75 


154 


Provincetown 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


155 


Medway 


8 




4 


- 


4 12 


214 244 


156 


Cohasset 


8 




4 


1 


2 20 


264 282 


157 


Holliston 


8 


_ 


4 




15 


270 225 


158 


Lancaster 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


1 10 


161 135 


159 


Ashland 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


2 14 


258 211 


160 


Belchertown . 


8 


- 


4 


1 


3 11 


268 241 


161 


Hopedale 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


4 12 


226 217 


162 


Hopkinton . 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


2 14 


278 247 


163 


Fepperell 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


14 


276 260 


164 


Kingston 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


— - 


- - 


165 


North Brookfield . 


8 




4 


- 


1 8 


156 136 


166 


Warren 


8 




4 


1 


1 10 


189 172 


167 


Nantucket . 


8 


_ 


4 


1 


4 16 


223 204 


168 


Lenox . 


8 


_ 


4 


2 


13 


194 201 


169 


Acton . 


6 


3 


3 




_ - 


- - 


170 


Barre . 


8 




4 


- 


3 17 


274 233 


171 


Hanover 


6 


3 


3 




_ 


- 


172 


Yarmouth . 


8 




4 


_ _ 


1 14 


235 253 


173 


Marshfield . 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


174 


Duxbury 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


175 


Burlington . 


6 


3 


3 


- 


- 


~ ~ 


176 


Charlton 


8 


_ 


4 


_ 


14 


263 225 


177 


Sutton . 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


2 13 


258 222 


178 


Northborough 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


2 13 


207 226 


179 


Deerfield 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


3 11 


184 162 


180 


Rutland 


8 


- 


4 


- 


2 8 


131 135 


181 


Dighton 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


5 13 


226 219 


182 


Groton 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


183 


Manchester . 


8 




4 


_ 


2 11 


186 159 


184 


Townsend 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


- - 


- - 


185 


Merrimac 


8 




4 


- 


1 11 


206 185 


186 


Hamilton 


6 


3 


3 


_ _ 


_ _ 


- 


187 


Avon . 


8 




4 


_ _ 


2 8 


199 178 


188 


Harwich 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- - 


- - 


189 


Southborough 


8 




4 


_ _ 


2 10 


186 158 


190 


Hadley 


8 


- 


4 


- 


3 14 


205 172 


191 


D,ouglas 


8 


_ 


4 


_ _ 


12 


214 149 


192 


Sudbury 


8 


_ 


4 


- - 


3 9 


212 173 


193 


Millis . 


6 


3 


3 


- - 


- - 


- - 


194 


Pembroke . 


8 




4 


_ - 


2 12 


216 199 


195 


West Boylston 


8 


- 


4 


- 


1 17 


206 191 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



97 



(Ghades I TO VIII), Ybar ending Ji7nb 30, 1951 



3 g 



EXPENDITUBB FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

QENERAl. CONTROL 





a° 






■ft 


a 


c 












ft tc.H' 


c:ja 








o 


^ 






o 

OQ 






So 



60 



47,899 
119,884 



104,507 
83,244 
104,332 
122,036 

102,896 

83,170 
92,400 



88,186 
26,529 

76,078 

84,355 
79,456 
47,164 
72,339 
79,126 



80.184 
78,789 
70,587 
53,172 
43,257 

70,907 

52,852 

59,882 



55,685 

55,990 
61,076 

59,686 
63,389 

67,094 
73,060 



61 



180 
171 



180 

178 
177 
177 

176 

174 
168 



177 
177 

178 

178 
175 
175 
169 
173 



180 
176 
178 
161 
179 

169 

170 



167 



179 
174 



179 
180 



176 
174 



62 



265 
702 



582 
468 
621 
687 

583 

477 
551 



498 
150 

428 

474 
454 
270 
428 
457 



446 
446 
396 
329 

242 

420 



340 



333 



313 
351 



333 
352 



381 
385 



63 



279 
760 



615 
498 
656 
732 

631 

507 
591 



533 

160 

450 

519 
482 
288 
454 



70,868 
80,936 
65,775 


174 
168 
168 


408 
479 
469 


435 
516 
501 


83,017 99 
59,441 84 
64,968 89 


47,773 


178 


268 


281 


35,003 74 


58,521 
60.033 
66,153 


178 
172 
179 


328 
347 
370 


352 
385 
395 


52,361 50 
76,587 44 
68,477 73 


83,526 


178 


466 


494 


84,622 88 


71.571 


173 


415 


445 


77,109 73 



474 
472 
426 
343 
257 

443 

330 

364 



357 



336 

367 



354 
381 



407 
408 



$46,952 71 
116,037 84 



102,313 83 
54,083 46 
96,459 95 
89,432 54 

90,989 92 

74,502 92 
64,875 71 



73,123 85 
37,356 51 



119,685 89 
64,672 61 
52,147 53 
73,341 19 
64,171 30 



50,627 18 
60,526 99 
53,696 49 
58,982 80 
43,226 55 

72,354 02 

63,104 49 

42,148 69 



59,194 35 
64,069 38 



46,112 92 
45,737 89 



62,343 70 
63,134 96 



65 



$168 29 
152 68 



166 36 

108 60 
147 04 
122 18 

144 20 

146 95 

109 77 



137 19 
233 48 



66 



65,849 02 146 33 



230 61 
134 18 
181 07 
161 54 
131 50 

190 85 
115 20 
129 68 

124 57 

148 75 
198 93 
173 36 

171 30 



173 28 



106 81 
128 24 
126 05 
171 96 
168 20 

163 33 

191 23 

115 79 



36,665 02 102 70 



176 17 
174 58 



130 26 
120 05 



153 18 

154 74 



31,733 02 
39,448 01 
34,853 05 
39,108 01 
23,917 94 

53,526 33 

43,268 06 

29,650 57 

24,411 29 

38,290 22 
41,300 00 

31,171 86 
28,548 82 

41,844 62 
39,411 35 



67 



$30,850 00 
75,790 22 


.«1,419 97 
1,367 01 


66,569 00 


2,128 14 


36,968 03 


1,841 84 


66,735 36 


1,547 72 


61,234 61 


1,212 41 


64,683 47 


1,211 41 


49,213 63 
44,469 40 


502 12 
1,560 92 


49,987 34 
23,429 85 


1,296 03 
776 89 


47,645 35 


1,272 15 


68,218 66 
42,666 15 
30,330 73 
47,821 00 
40,533 24 


1,517 65 
2,043 33 
519 56 
2,143 46 
1,439 13 


47,658 75 
41,197 75 
44,388 14 


1,336 52 

686 14 

1,424 33 


24,236 92 


630 48 


35,487 56 
52,839 40 
45,683 24 


1,213 08 
760 00 
977 32 


51,619 86 


2,666 24 


42,294 75 


1,215 53 



900 45 

1,089 78 

1,708 14 

932 42 

977 70 

1,047 23 

1,118 22 

1,110 93 

878 59 

1,339 00 
751 77 

1,149 10 
1,107 86 

1,515 75 
778 66 



98 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Schools 



PEIMCIPALS 



TEACHERS 



FULL 'HME 



PUPILS ENROLLED 



136 Blackstone . 

137 Westpott 

138 Weston 

139 Sharon 

140 Dalton 

141 Lee 

142 Medfield 

143 Templeton 

144 East Bridgewater 

145 Wayland 

146 Norton 

147 Westford 

148 Rockport 

149 Bellingham . 

150 Holbrook 

151 West Bridgewater 

152 Lunenburg 

153 Harvard 

154 Provincetown 

155 Med way 

156 Cohasset 

157 HoUiston 

158 Lancaster 

159 Ashland 

160 Belchertown 

161 Hopedale 

162 Hopkinton 

163 Pepperell 

164 Kingston 

165 North Brookfield 

166 Warren 

167 Nantucket 

168 Lenox . 

169 Acton . 

170 Barre . 

171 Hanover 

172 Yarmouth 

173 Marshfield 

174 Duxbury 

175 Burlington 

176 Charlton 

177 Sutton . 

178 Northboroug 

179 Deerfield 

180 Rutland 

181 Dighton 

182 Groton 

183 Manchester 

184 Townsend 

185 Merrimac 

186 Hamilton 

187 Avon . 

188 Harwich 

189 Southborough 

190 Hadley 

191 Douglas 

192 Sudbury 

193 MiUis . 

194 Pembroke 

195 West Boylston 



68 



14 



182 



223 



192 



186 

182 

154 
149 



157 



73 



3 


22 
22 


287 
375 


273 
321 


- 


11 


176 


138 


2 


17 


293 


241 


1 


15 


273 


242 


- 


14 


211 


211 


2 


14 


254 


245 


_ 


12 


177 


169 



170 



173 



167 



12 


218 


188 


14 


213 


210 


13 


211 


185 



175 
146 

131 
164 



151 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



99 



Systems 



(Grades I to VI), Year 


ENDING June 30, 1951 








*© 


i 


^ 


EXPENDITURE FOB 


M'^ 




-1 


T3 g 

< 


.a 

i 

a 

> "O 
< 


StrPPORT, EXCLUaiVB OP 
GENERAL CONTROL 


nil 


O 


S3 "° 

a 
< 


i 

< 


.3 ad> 

P, „., S (D >, 

iliili 

fe $ <u <u^ 

CL, 5 a"3 a § 


II 

•a o 

as 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


175 
176 


506 
613 


558 
676 


$125,646 89 
95,944 55 


$225 17 
141 93 


$85,336 03 
68,981 18 


$1,696 68 
1,711 36 


173 


285 


306 


39,698 89 


129 73 


30,497 58 


382 53 


174 


495 


534 


82,428 14 


154 36 


57,706 46 


3,515 40 


172 


481 


514 


65,910 36 


128 23 


44,835 03 


754 71 


172 


389 


411 


54,457 56 


132 50 


40,999 43 


837 96 


176 


447 


483 


69,682 37 


144 27 


43,413 42 


742 81 


170 


305 


326 


44,527 93 


136 59 


31,680 00 


1,742 65 


176 


333 


353 


45,605 05 


129 19 


30,742 45 


1,081 39 


173 


352 


380 


P — 

52,890-26 


139 18 


35,817 97 


1,940 46 


177 


343 


359 


48,975 94 


136 42 


28,496 74 


630 66 


175 
180 
177 


371 
363 
358 


400 
394 
381 


69,383 36 
66,261 25 
44,240 15 


173 46 
168 18 
116 12 


42,323 39 
41,661 24 
32,378 64 


1.082 19 
1.110 89 
1,026 77 


168 


319 


342 


48,986 21 


143 23 


31,582 26 


1,082 76 


176 


300 


322 


48,974 19 


152 09 


27.328 39 


514 07 


177 


265 


281 


45,372 22 


161 47 


27,297 31 


1,935 87 


178 


281 


302 


55,609 01 


184 14 


34,910 69 


471 37 


174 


276 


300 


37,083 71 


123 61 


27,968 20 


1,063 07 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



100 



P.D. 2. 
Gboup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Junior High Schoolb 







PRINCIPALS 








Z 




TOWNS 


AND TEACHERS 


o 

1 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


(« 




FULL TIME 


1 






S o 


1 


1 


i 


IS 
§^ 
|| 
< 






82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


136 
137 
138 
139 
140 


Blackstone . 
Westport 
Weston 
Sharon 
Dal ton 


4 4 
2 4 


2 


102 
92 


88 
84 


32,366 

28,779 


141 
142 
143 
144 
145 


Lee . 
Medfield . 
Templeton . 
East Bridgewater . 
Wayland 


2 1 
4 5 


2 
1 


48 
119 


50 
93 


16,497 
35,483 


146 

147 
148 
149 
150 


Norton 
Westford 
Rockport 
Bellingham . 
Holbrook 


4 1 
3 3 


1 


78 
64 


65 
80 


23,716 

24,148 


151 
152 
153 
154 
155 


West Bridgewater 
Lunenburg . 
Harvard 
Provincetown 
Medway 


2 3 

3 4 


1 


107 
71 


73 
82 


29,609 
25,204 


156 

157 
158 
159 
160 


Cohasset 
Holliston 
Lancaster 
Ashland 
Belchertown . 


- - 


- 


- 


- 




161 
162 
163 
164 
165 


Hopedale 

Hopkinton . 

Pepperell 

Kingston 

North Brookfield . 


2 3 


2 


68 


53 


20,613 


166 
167 
168 
169 
170 


Warren 

Nantucket . 

Lenox .... 

Acton .... 

Barre .... 


6 2 


1 


_ « 
60 


63 


19,574 


171 
172 
173 
174 
175 


Hanover 
Yarmouth . 
Marshfield . 
Duxbury 
Burlington . 


1 2 

'. ; 2 5 
5 2 
3 3 


1 
1 


65 

74 
70 
92 


75 

64 
51 
78 


23,436 

22,563 
18,969 
27.319 


176 
177 
178 
179 
180 


Charlton 

Sutton .... 

Northborough 

Deerfield 

Rutland 


- - 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


181 
182 
183 
184 
185 


Dighton 
Groton 
Manchester . 
Townsend 
Merrimac 


2 2 

'. '. 3 2 


5 


70 

74 


61 
61 


21,536 
22,064 


186 
187 
188 
189 
190 


Hamilton 

Avon .... 

Harwich 

Southborough 

Hadley 


2 4 

. ; 11 


2 


56 
61 


37 
60 


16,150 
19.462 


191 
192 
193 
194 
195 


Douglas 

Sudbury 

Millis .... 

Pembroke 

West Boylston 


'. '. 12 


2 


64 


48 


18,315 



Pt. 11. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continued 



101 



Systems 



(Grades VII, 


VIII AND IX). 


Year 


ENDING June 30, 


1951 






"o 

is 
©•■* 

< 


1 

< 


1 

1 

a 

C5 

1 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


S 0." 

pti 


S 


1 
O 


.S a J 

P4 e8 g O^ 


11 

as 

Ik! *" 
W 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


180 
180 


180 
160 


189 
170 


$63,585 41 
35,257 42 


$336 43 
207 40 


842,203 16 
21,613 66 


$973 14 
370 10 


180 


92 


96 


20,865 65 


217 35 


15,737 25 


220 61 


174 


197 


206 


37,904 96 


184 00 


28,466 32 


500 00 


182 


130 


141 


23,515 63 


166 78 


13,469 21 


476 84 


180 


134 


142 


19,585 10 


137 92 


12,224 64 


425 20 


181 


164 


173 


25,787 90 


149 06 


13,248 16 


263 95 


180 


139 


148 


26,048 26 


176 00 


19.228 05 


794 00 


180 


114 


119 


20,848 48 


175 20 


13,381 64 


483 24 


176 


110 


118 


28,695 83 


243 19 


20,952 25 


682 00 


182 


129 


136 


24,476 27 


179 97 


15,207 60 


377 85 


180 
181 
181 


125 
105 
151 


133 
112 
161 


34,739 92 
33,386 86 
25,824 68 


261 20 
298 10 
160 40 


21,206 81 
22,013 43 
16,978 01 


648 74 
558 69 
276 79 


180 


120 


126 


23,726 77 


188 31 


14,989 42 


433 11 


176 


125 


133 


19,524 30 


146 80 


12,299 89 


298 60 


183 


88 


92 


30,287 07 


329 21 


18,150 00 


759 53 


180 


109 


114 


31,575 16 


276 98 


19,444 48 


661 60 


180 


102 


110 


26,922 01 


244 75 


20,027 90 


555 57 




~ 


~ 


~ 


- 


~ 


~ 



102 



TOWNS 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 

6-3-3 

Public Day Senior High Schools 



PRINCIPALS AND 
TEACHERS 


"1 

i 

■■V 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


^ 


FULL TIME 


1 

13 


Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girls 


£ a 





95 


96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


136 Blaokstone . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


137 Westport 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


138 Weston 


'. 8 


6 


- 


62 


65 


21,828 


139 Sharon 


6 


4 


- 


64 


64 


20,241 


140 Dal ton 


• 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


141 Lee . 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


142 Medfield 


'. '. 3 


5 


2 


34 


44 


12,190 


143 Templeton . 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


144 East Bridgewater . 


'. 2 


6 


- 


56 


84 


22,575 


145 Wayland 


■ 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


146 Norton 


3 


4 


_ 


41 


78 


19,788 


147 Westford 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


148 Rockport 


'. 4 


2 


1 


44 


53 


15,743 


149 Bellingham . 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


- 


150 Holbrook . 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


151 West Bridgewater 


6 


4 


- 


47 


56 


17,124 


152 Lunenburg . 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


153 Harvard 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


154 Provincetown 


; 6 


1 


1 


31 


61 


14,852 


155 Med way 


- ■ 


- 


- 


— 


- 


~ 


156 Cohasset 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


157 Holliston 


— 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


158 Lancaster 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


159 Ashland 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


160 Belchertown. 


■ 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


161 Hopedale 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


162 Hopkinton . 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


- 


163 Pepperell 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


164 Kingston 


3 


3 


2 


42 


70 


18,126 


165 North Brookfield . 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


166 Warren 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


167 Nantucket . 


- 


— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


168 Lenox .... 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


169 Acton .... 


'. '. 5 


3 


- 


44 


65 


17,195 


170 Barre .... 


■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


171 Hanover 


4 


6 


3 


55 


47 


16,839 


172 Yarmouth . 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


173 Marshfield . 


'. 3 


4 


1 


63 


55 


18,831 


174 Duxbury 


3 


5 


1 


53 


47 


14,767 


175- Burlington . 


3 


4 


- 


51 


62 


18,381 


176 Charlton 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


177 Sutton. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


178 Northborough 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


179 Deerfield 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


180 Rutland 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


— 


~ 


181 Dighton 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


182 Groton 


'. '. 5 


2 


4 


27 


60 


14,353 


183 Manchester . 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


184 Townsend . 


3 


3 


- 


39 


53 


14,621 


185 Merrimac 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


186 Hamilton 


3 


3 


_ 


43 


45 


14,208 


187 Avon .... 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


188 Harwich 


'. 5 


5 


2 


45 


46 


13,925 


189 Southborough 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


190 Hadley 


- 


- 


- 








191 Douglas 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


192 Sudbury 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


193 MiUis .... 


'. 5 


7 


2 


32 


44 


11,756 


194 Pembroke . 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


195 West Boylston 


• • 


~ 











Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



103 



Continited 



Ststbms 



(Grades X, XI, and XII), Year ending June 30, 1951 






expenditube for 
SUPPORT, exclusive of 

GENERAL CONTROL 






•s 



> S ja 



•go 



is II 



a® 



101 



180 
180 



180 
180 

182 
180 

181 
180 



180 



181 



182 

180 
181 
181 



180 
180 

183 
180 



180 



121 
114 



68 
127 

109 

87 

95 

82 



101 



95 



93 

105 

81 

102 



80 
81 

77 
78 



66 



127 
122 



73 
134 

115 
94 

101 



106 



103 



98 

112 

81 

109 



84 
87 

83 

84 



72 



104 



S63,585 34 
45,344 88 



20,865 63 
38,094 32 



26,091 30 
29,480 23 



23,424 48 



28,695 85 



36,714 42 

36,972 83 
33,469 42 
26,064 41 



28,881 47 



105 



$500 67 
371 68 



285 83 
284 29 

226 88 
313 62 



47,202 02 467 35 
26,048 28 296 00 



220 99 



278 60 



374 64 

330 11 
413 20 
239 12 



27,765 96 


330 55 


19,991 46 


229 79 


29,973 66 


361 13 


28,592 21 


340 38 



401 13 



106 



S42,203 16 
30,434 51 



15,737 25 
28,466 32 

14,749 47 
23,191 69 

34,445 18 
19,228 05 



15,564 66 



20,952 25 



22,811 40 

25,500 57 
22,013 43 
16,978 02 



18,952 84 

12,500 89 

17,836 60 

18,053 72 



20,027 90 



107 



$973 
256 


13 
01 


220 


61 


689 


31 


480 


59 


300 97 


263 


96 


794 00 



366 45 



682 GO 



566 76 

486 56 
558 70 
446 67 



649 66 
318 79 

759 53 
479 01 



555 58 



104 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



136 Blackstone 

137 Weatport 

138 Weston 

139 Sharon 

140 Dalton 

141' Lee . 

142 Medfield 

143 Templeton . 

144 East Bridge water 

145 Wayland 

146 Norton 

147 Westford 

148 Rockport 

149 Bellingham . 

150 Holbrook . 

151 West Bridgewater 

152 Lunenburg 

153 Harvard 

154 Provincetown 

155 Medway 

156 Cohasset 

157 HoUiston 

158 Lancaster 

159 Ashland 

160 Belchertown 

161 Hopedale 

162 Hopkinton 

163 Pepperell 

164 Kingston 

165 North Brookfield 

166 Warren 

167 Nantucket 

168 Lenox . 

169 Acton . 

170 Barre . 

171 Hanover 

172 Yarmouth 

173 Marshfield 

174 Duxbury 

175 Burlington 

176 Charlton 

177 Sutton. 

178 Northborou! 

179 Deerfield 

180 Rutland 

181 Dighton 

182 Groton 

183 Manchester 

184 Townsend 

185 Merrimac 

186 Hamilton 

187 Avon . 

188 Harwich 

189 Southborough 

190 Hadley 

191 Douglas 

192 Sudbury 

193 MiUis . 

194 Pembroke 

195 West Boylston 



Public Day High Schools (Foub 





■i 


PRINCIPALS AND 










o 


TEACHERS 














i 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


"S 






TOWNS 


13 


FULL TIME 






1 








73 
















o 








<0 








a 




c3 




a 


Men 
Wome 




Boys 
Girls 


< 



108 



109 



10 



110 



5 


4 


3 


7 


4 


4 


2 


3 


3 


4 


5 


5 


8 


2 


3 


3 


5 


3 


5 


3 


3 


4 


3 


4 


6 


6 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


3 


5 



in 

2 



112 


113 


71 
71 


82 
82 


135 


124 


100 


130 


113 


106 


105 


124 


88 


87 


67 
97 


70 
96 


74 
40 


80 
25 


66 


74 


79 
82 
46 
56 
74 


66 
85 
54 
61 
67 


64 
80 
66 


70 
66 
86 


83 


84 


87 
58 
44 


116 
66 
52 



68 



101 



52 



49 
40 



58 
47 



51 
50 



133 



62 


92 


48 


59 


67 


88 


64 


75 


26 


48 


85 


179 


38 


46 


48 


57 



69 



50 
65 



78 
67 



47 
56 



114 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



105 



Years), 


Year ending 


June 30, 1951 










?. 


"i 










Sfe 


J. 


u 

0) 


1 

1 


13 


expenditure for 
support, exclusive of 


■gas 


s 


e 


GENERAL 


CONTROL 


t, - 03 
<~ 03 


S 


s ^ 






a A 




?o 


•T3 






_ (u-a 


3 G oa 


3 


si 


bOg, 


(D 

to 


§ 

B 




Per pupi 
averag 

members 
of high 
schools 


o, to 


11 
1- 


< 


-< 


o 


< 




w 


H 



115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


181 
178 


137 
136 


139 
145 


$46,405 59 
34,815 53 


$333 85 
240 11 


$30,600 00 
22,983 27 


$963 47 
368 46 


180 


240 


252 


72,267 91 


286 78 


49,902 50 


509 02 


181 


212 


224 


60,075 59 


268 19 


43,992 58 


908 75 


180 


193 


205 


36,205 50 


176 61 


22,976 52 


838 04 


180 


208 


211 


81,339 35 


385 49 


55,840 42 


1,813 75 


180 


154 


166 


39,790 16 


239 70 


25,286 95 


291 53 


182 
182 


117 
172 


126 

181 


34,697 53 
38,482 11 


275 38 
212 61 


20,303 50 
27,978 00 


746 71 
729 04 


180 
180 


142 
63 


149 
65 


41,820 36 
21,869 47 


280 67 
336 45 


24,894 01 
13,801 85 


652 55 
353 16 


183 


129 


137 


31,652 40 


231 04 


22,833 13 


489 48 


180 
180 
182 
180 
180 


133 
145 
82 
106 
118 


144 
155 
91 
114 
126 


57,625 43 
39,082 07 
25,261 79 
36,863 83 
38.122 55 


400 18 
2.52 14 
277 60 
323 37 
302 56 


33,926 89 
27,284 46 
16,521 10 
23,913 86 
24,911 59 


865 45 
879 40 
454 20 
655 23 
557 93 


181 
183 
180 


128 
129 
133 


132 
138 
143 


42,552 54 
34,417 29 
25,344 46 


322 37 
249 40 
177 23 


27,975 16 
19,8.37 40 
16,942 56 


586 82 
581 36 
440 11 


180 


156 


163 


34,443 87 


211 31 


23,801 11 


548 53 


180 
180 
181 


177 

106 

87 


192 
115 
90 


36,855 87 
38,.592 97 
44,078 83 


191 96 
335 59 
489 76 


25,585 77 
26,419 69 
25,592 41 


671 59 
380 00 
629 89 


180 


144 


153 


42,134 09 


275 39 


24,682 92 


1,128 38 


180 


211 


226 


75,233 20 


332 89 


44,347 11 


883 24 


180 
180 
180 
180 
183 


133 

94 

136 

129 

65 


143 
101 
148 
141 
69 


36,621 58 
37,795 40 
29,321 91 
44,560 29 
22,296 40 


256 09 
374 21 
198 12 
316 03 
323 14 


16,865 68 
20,939 55 
19,411 01 
27,518 60 
13,223 45 


169 17 
1,086 68 
903 03 
550 39 
124 74 


180 


237 


253 


56,722 83 


224 20 


.39,634 74 


760 38 


180 


75 


85 


36,777 15 


432 67 


25,650 60 


261 03 


182 


89 


96 


21,437 13 


223 30 


14,4,54 94 


374 76 


181 


105 


113 


25,259 02 


223 53 


20,122 06 


259 87 


180 
180 


92 
100 


96 
106 


29,102 45 
30,591 59 


.303 15 
288 60 


19,229 26 
18,555 31 


634 29 
444 94 


183 
179 


119 
101 


122 
106 


26,496 70 
42,043 54 


217 19 
396 64 


15,497 23 
29,082 60 


528 52 
781 95 


180 
180 


87 
96 


94 
101 


29,302 09 
42,765 50 


311 72 
423 42 


17,124 60 
24,711 32 


226 74 
527 50 



106 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Pbesons 5 TO 16 Ybabs 







5 TO 


7 Ybaes 






7 TO 


towns 


§ 


Q 


B 


"Sa 




g 




■•3 ffl 


0^ 


2 


s 3 


O 


tS CO 




11 
•I! 


^11 


HI 


III 
||| 


1i 


II 




a 


a 


d 


a 


2; 


a 















130 



132 



133 



136 Blackstone . 


204 


75 


129 


137 Westport . 


221 


134 


14 


138 Weston 


176 


158 


18 


139 Sharon 


217 


212 


- 


140 Dalton 


164 


101 


- 


141 Lee 


170 


102 


40 


142 Medfield 


109 


102 


7 


143 Templeton . 


146 


95 


- 


144 East Bridgewater . 


190 


117 


- 


145 Wayland 


195 


113 


16 


146 Norton 


166 


102 


6 


147 Westford 


153 


111 


4 


148 Rockport . 


129 


127 


- 


149 Bellingham . 


145 


88 


37 


150 Holbrook 


194 


124 


- 


151 West Bridgewater 


166 


106 


4 


152 Lunenburg . 


172 


107 


24 


153 Harvard 


42 


27 


1 


154 Provincetown 


112 


63 


- 


155 Med way 


156 


73 


2 


156 Cohasset 


148 


135 


- 


157 HoUiston . 


142 


76 


3 


158 Lancaster 


129 


94 


- 


159 Ashland 


130 


63 


14 


160 Belchertown . 


108 


86 


- 


161 Hopedale 


108 


102 


6 


162 Hopkinton . 


167 


99 


3 


163 Pepperell 


106 


66 


- 


164 Kingston 


116 


72 


3 


165 North Brookfield . 


HI 


42 


37 


166 Warren 


74 


47 


- 


167 Nantucket . 


63 


63 


- 


168 Lenox . 


63 


63 


- 


169 Acton . 


145 


82 


11 


170 Barre . 


92 


60 


- 


171 Hanover 


144 


100 


3 


172 Yarmouth . 


132 


91 


- 


173 Marshfield . 


138 


81 


5 


174 Duxbury 


137 


135 


1 


175 Burlington . 


146 


80 


13 


176 Charlton 


137 


83 


6 


177 Sutton. 


124 


81 


- 


178 Northborough 


134 


75 


22 


179 Deerfield 


97 


29 


26 


180 Rutland 


84 


45 


- 


181 Dighton 


125 


65 


- 


182 Groton 


119 


66 


12 


183 Manchester . 


97 


83 


14 


184 Townsend . 


101 


74 


2 


185 Merrimac 


49 


49 


- 


186 Hamilton 


104 


90 


9 


187 Avon . 


117 


89 


- 


188 Harwich 


90 


54 


17 


189 Southborough 


109 


66 


25 


190 Hadley 


101 


92 


- 


191 Douglas 


81 


60 


- 


192 Sudbury 


125 


67 


11 


193 Millis . 


104 


99 


5 


194 Pembroke . 


126 


66 


7 


195 West Boylston 


99 


99 


- 



134 



73 

5 
63 

28 

51 

73 
66 

58 
38 
2 
20 
70 

56 
41 
14 
49 
80 

13 
63 
35 
53 
22 



65 
40 
41 
32 

27 



52 
32 

41 
41 
52 
1 
53 

48 
42 
37 
42 
39 

60 
41 

24 



5 

28 

17 

18 

9 

21 

47 

53 



Pt. II. 



107 



AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS - 


- Continued 
























Illiterate 


OF Age, Oct. 1, 


1950 












MiNOHS, 16 

Years of 


TO 21 

Age 


16 Ybabs 


"O-H 

T 

t. Co 




^ Op 


> 

0. 

a 


■gss 


-^ go a> 

a j3 

Ml 


A. 

3-33 

o On 

a 


la 

* o 

III 

-S.S 


"o 
o 

-§>: 

— 5' 
o^ 


Receiving « 
tional certifi 
year ending 
31. 1950 


136 




137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


301 
721 




338 
43 


- 


8 


- 


12 


20 


8 


618 




60 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


694 




37 


- 


3 


1 


3 


- 


- 


655 




24 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


513 




187 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


317 




12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


657 




9 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


674 




2 


- 


2 


1 


3 


- 


- 


726 




52 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


641 




29 


_ 


4 


6 


1 


- 


_ 


624 




20 


- 


4 


— 


1 


- 


- 


510 




10 


- 


1 


4 


— 


- 


- 


523 




156 


— 


— 


- 


15 


- 


- 


567 




17 


- 


- 


1 


5 


- 


- 


648 




2 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


496 




51 


2 


- 


1 


5 


- 


- 


174 




1 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


434 




_ 


- 


25 


1 


4 


- 


- 


496 




34 


- 


1 


2 


2 


- 


- 


426 




70 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


509 




27 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


297 




216 


- _ 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


469 




9 


- 


- 


— 


4 


- 


- 


479 




2 


- 


- 


1 


3 


4 


- 


400 




44 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


450 




32 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


544 




3 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


437 




5 


- 


_ 


1 


3 


2 


- 


344 




185 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


414 




57 


_ 


1 


_ 


4 


- 


- 


396 




- 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


427 




17 


- 


7 


1 


1 


1 


- 


447 




19 


— 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


516 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


419 




22 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


515 




- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


495 




9 


— 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


438 




18 


- 


1 


— 


8 


2 


- 


539 




76 


- 


2 


1 


13 


- 


- 


487 




9 


_ 


3 


4 


4 


- 


_ 


470 




14 


- 


2 


4 


1 


- 


- 


434 




19 


- 


1 


- 


4 


- 


— 


356 




7 


- 


5 


- 


1 


- 


— 


269 




3 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


409 




15 


_ 


11 


_ 


6 


- 


_ 


483 




21 


— 


- 


- 


2 


2 


— 


271 




48 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


— 


413 




2 


_ 


- 


1 


4 


- 


- 


388 




4 


- 


3 


2 


2 


- 


- 


314 




42 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


340 




4 


- 


4 


1 


4 


- 


— 


394 




5 


— 


- 


3 


- 


- 


— 


330 




54 


- 


_ 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


326 




4 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


374 




7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


- 


- 


382 




34 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


— 


368 




14 


U 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


396 




6 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


— 


343 




8 


- 


- 


38 


2 


- 


- 



108 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membership in Public Day 







Elementaky Schools 




ii m 


fiS 












TOWNS 


<B 


o a 


3g 

:3| 














g 


^'^ 


h 


^ 


N 


CO 


■* 


M3 




M 


St3 


S'^ 


o 


© 


<E 


o 


O 




■o 


^ rt 


a g 


•o 


•73 


Ti 


■o 


•a 




a 




M tL 


f 


C3 


03 


cs 


C3 




s 


,^ 




u 


ki 


l-> 


h 


u 




o 


6 


o 


o 


O 


O 


O 




144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


136 Blackstone . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


54 


45 


44 


39 


27 


137 Westport 


- 


- 


- 


117 


131 


91 


85 


81 


138 Weston 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


139 Sharon 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


140 Dalton 


- 


- 


- 


86 


93 


96 


80 


87 


141 Lee . 


43 


_ 


_ 


57 


78 


54 


61 


54 


142 Medfield 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 




143 Templeton . 


- 


- 


- 


77 


111 


96 


83 


77 


144 East Bridgewater . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


145 Wayland 


• 


- 


- 


105 


116 


115 


90 


80 


146 Norton 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


147 Westford 


- 


- 


- 


90 


83 


90 


73 


60 


148 Rockport 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


149 Bellingham . 


- 


- 


- 


80 


52 


88 


66 


66 


150 Holbrook . 


• 


- 


- 


92 


89 


94 


66 


79 


151 West Bridgewater 


, 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


152 Lunenburg . 


- 


33 


40 


64 


70 


59 


57 


64 


153 Harvard 


- 


- 


- 


30 


29 


15 


12 


17 


154 Pro\'inoetown 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


155 Medway 


- 


- 


- 


60 


67 


62 


48 


61 


156 Cohasset 


76 


_ 


- 


75 


74 


64 


50 


53 


157 Holliston 


- 


- 


- 


67 


78 


70 


68 


50 


158 Lancaster 


- 


- 


- 


47 


42 


38 


33 


40 


159 Ashland 


- 


- 


- 


52 


67 


64 


60 


61 


160 Belchertown. 


• 


- 


- 


81 


73 


78 


62 


49 


161 Hopedale 


63 


_ 


- 


55 


68 


41 


44 


42 


162 Hopkinton . 


- 


- 


- 


86 


78 


88 


57 


52 


163 Pepperell 


. 


- 


- 


72 


84 


70 


73 


67 


164 Kingston 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


165 North Brookfield . 


■ 


- 


- 


42 


37 


42 


39 


38 


166 Warren 


_ 


_ 


_ 


44 


51 


52 


40 


38 


167 Nantucket . 


- 


- 


- 


61 


54 


53 


48 


59 


168 Lenox . 


20 


- 


- 


47 


47 


55 


51 


40 


169 Acton . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


170 Barre . 


- 


- 


- 


60 


93 


66 


69 


66 


171 Hanover 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


172 Yarmouth 


- 


- 


- 


71 


69 


74 


58 


58 


173 Marshfield . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


174 Duxbury 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


175 Burlington . 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


176 Charlton 


_ 


- 


- 


68 


68 


68 


65 


61 


177 Sutton. 


- 


- 


- 


81 


46 


70 


52 


69 


178 Northborough 


- 


- 


- 


58 


77 


54 


•5! 


56 


179 Deerfield 


- 


- 


- 


54 


52 


49 


44 


44 


180 Rutland 


• 


- 


- 


40 


50 


37 


27 


25 


181 Dighton 


- 


- 


- 


42 


83 


50 


48 


52 


182 Groton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


183 Manchester . 


46 


- 


- 


40 


45 


13 


32 


34 


184 Townsend 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


185 Merrimac 


- 


13 


- 


30 


64 


58 


43 


56 


186 Hamilton 


^ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


187 Avon . 


. 


- 


- 


67 


53 


53 


40 


41 


188 Harwich 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


189 Southborough 


- 


- 


- 


52 


47 


43 


48 


51 


190 Hadley 


24 


- 


- 


59 


57 


56 


38 


41 


191 Douglas 


_ 


- 


- 


60 


50 


50 


38 


43 


192 Sudbury 


- 


- 


- 


59 


70 


61 


42 


40 


193 Millis . 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


194 Pembroke 


- 


- 


- 


61 


59 


53 


49 


47 


195 West Boylston 


43 


- 


"" 


49 


59 


53 


44 


44 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



109 



Schools by Gbades, Oct. 1, 1950 



(Ghadbs I 


TO VIII) 








High Schools (Fo 


cm Years) 






to 

X) 

2 
O 


6 


00 

a) 

-0 
cj 

u 

o 


^ >> 

o o 

» a o 
6 


1 


S 


a 
o 

§ 

CO 


■E 


2 

M 




O 

H 


"3 

o 
■♦J 

-a 

a 

2 
o 


152 


15S 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


36 


28 


22 


_ 


295 


52 


37 


33 


31 


_ 


153 


448 


85 


97 


75 


: 


762 


62 


39 


20 


24 


- 


145 


907 


64 


60 


62 


- 


628 


70 


65 


60 


60 


- 


255 


883 


60 


55 


42 


- 


504 


57 


66 


60 


46 


- 


229 


733 


69 


71 


65 


- 


649. 


72 


65 


42 


37 


- 


216 


865 


75 


72 


68 


- 


721 


64 


63 


54 


43 


2 


226 


947 


73 


88 


72 


- 


629 


52 


45 


42' 


30 


1 


170 


799 


55 


53 


55 


_ 


515 


47 


47 


27 


16 


I 


137 


652 


51 


58 


48 


- 


577 


51 


52 


49 


34 


- 


186 


763 


33 


42 


50 


- 


512 


71 


32 


45 


27 


- 


175 


687 


21 


23 


15 


- 


162 


15 


16 


17 


17 


- 


65 


227 


51 


56 


49 


- 


454 


34 


42 


37 


26 


1 


140 


594 


43 


46 


30 


_ 


511 


39 


31 


44 


29 


2 


145 


656 


56 


55 


47 


- 


491 


45 


46 


41 


31 


_ 


163 


654 


27 


38 


31 


- 


296 


35 


24 


23 


18 


_ 


100 


396 


49 


63 


49 


- 


465 


33 


36 


27 


21 


- 


117 


582 


45 


51 


50 


- 


489 


48 


32 


21 


35 


- 


136 


625 


30 


47 


38 


_ 


428 


39 


33 


27 


33 


_ 


132 


560 


52 


57 


55 


- 


525 


44 


42 


36 


24 


_ 


146 


671 


70 


46 


54 


- 


536 


47 


41 


46 


18 


- 


152 


688 


32 


31 


31 


- 


292 


55 


48 


33 


31 


- 


167 


459 


41 


46 


38 


_ 


350 


83 


46 


35 


37 


_ 


201 


551 


54 


53 


45 


- 


427 


33 


29 


38 


24 


- 


124 


551 


54 


40 


41 


- 


395 


24 


27 


21 


24 


- 


96 


491 


54 


59 


40 


- 


507 


52 


31 


42 


34 


- 


159 


666 


35 


48 


46 


- 


459 


57 


77 


59 


41 


- 


234 


693 


55 


54 


41 




480 


61 


36 


30 


23 




150 


630 


63 


44 


54 


- 


479 


39 


30 


23 


16 


_ 


108 


587 


47 


45 


33 


- 


424 


41 


41 


45 


27 


1 


155 


579 


34 


35 


34 


- 


346 


43 


28 


36 


32 


_ 


139 


485 


30 


25 


29 


- 


263 


25 


24 


10 


15 


- 


74 


337 


38 


68 


58 


- 


439 


56 


71 


72 


57 


- 


256 


695 


31 


36 


32 


- 


309 


30 


25 


20 


10 


- 


85 


394 


38 


36 


36 


- 


374 


35 


31 


25 


14 


- 


105 


479 


40 


34 


33 


- 


361 


35 


34 


24 


25 


~ 


118 


479 


32 


29 


37 


- 


339 


29 


29 


24 


17 


I 


99 


438 


39 


37 


26 


- 


377 


30 


25 


26 


24 


- 


105 


482 


42 


36 


44 


_ 


363 


40 


36 


27 


33 


_ 


136 


499 


38 


35 


38 


- 


383 


30 


32 


18 


26 


- 


106 


489 


43 


51 


49 


_ 


412 


26 


24 


25 


20 


I 


95 


507 


35 


31 


43 


" 


401 


27 


29 


29 


21 


- 


106 


507 



no 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Membekship in Public Dat 



TOWNS 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (GRADES I TO Vl) 



"t3 
°''§ 
" 03 S 
h bus 

2 ^M 



O 



136 Blackstone . 

137 Westport 

138 Weston 

139 Sharon 

140 Dalton 

141 Lee 

142 Medfield 

143 Templeton . 

144 East Bridgewater 

145 Wayland 

146 Norton 

147 Westford 

148 Rockport 

149 Bellingham . 

150 Holbrook 

151 West Bridgewater 

152 Lunenburg 

153 Harvard 

154 Provincetown 

155 Med way 

156 Cohasset 

157 Holliston 

158 Lancaster 

159 Ashland 

160 Belchertown 

161 Hopedale 

162 Hopkinton 

163 Pepperell 

164 Kingston 

165 North Brookfield 

166 Warren 

167 Nantucket 

168 Lenox . 

169 Acton . 

170 Barre . 

171 Hanover 

172 Yarmouth 

173 Marshfield 

174 Duxbury 

175 Burlington 

176 Charlton 

177 Sutton . 

178 Northborough 

179 Deerfield 

180 Rutland 

181 Dighton 

182 Groton 

183 Manchester 

184 Townsend 

185 Merrimac 

186 Hamilton 

187 Avon . 

188 Harwich 

189 Southborough 

190 Hadley 

191 Douglas 

192 Sudbury 

193 Milhs . 

194 Pembroke 

195 West Boylston 



164 



72 
102 



165 



166 



61 



88 


100 


74 


66 


82 


107 


140 


119 


88 


82 


53 


47 


50 


45 


39 


105 


107 


103 


80 


65 


94 


119 


95 


67 


73 


70 


62 


54 


68 


51 



101 106 71 66 66 
54 63 60 69 52 



71 



58 



10 



32 



39 



61 



55 



33 



44 



87 


73 


63 


57 


69 


86 


70 


60 


56 


50 


80 
68 
62 


68 
73 

82 


67 
52 
73 


55 
56 

68 


71 
42 
51 



53 


64 


68 


48 


61 


71 


73 


52 


46 


43 


58 


43 


48 


38 


31 


51 


58 


57 


43 


48 



46 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



111 



Systems 



Schools bt Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 



JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
(grades VII TO IX) 









o 



o 



senior high schools 
(grades X to xn) 







^ -2 


y^ 


c^ 


2 a 






. 3 


"O 


-S 


"23 2 


85 


2 


g ate 


o 


o 


a 



553 
696 



35 310 

72 532 

59 507 

52 418 

89 499 

46 344 



349 



399 



359 

396 
405 
396 



298 



67 
66 



64 
59 



37 



47 

61 
40 
57 



39 



79 
43 



176 



53 

55 



30 
67 

36 
42 



188 
176 



97 
211 

179 
144 



77 61 42 180 
58 36 48 142 



37 



43 

33 

40 
54 



31 



49 



50 

41 
40 
59 



118 



123 



140 

135 
120 
170 



178 



32 
55 

24 
32 

38 
37 



344 


41 


49 


37 


127 


25 


30 


29 


322 


56 


38 


40 


134 


30 


28 


32 


285 


34 


28 


31 


93 


32 


29 


27 


304 


4,3 


43 


30 


116 


30 


38 


24 



28 



42 



109 



38 



49 
39 
53 



29 



179 



41 
50 



23 
46 

34 
39 

37 
37 



30 



39 



34 

28 
29 



180 



37 
36 



19 
37 

22 
26 

28 
35 



33 



32 



25 

33 

24 
31 



181 



182 



_ 


127 


~ 


128 


3 


77 


2 


140 


- 


80 


- 


97 


- 


103 


- 


109 



108 



109 

101 

116 

98 

113 



84 
90 



87 



76 



112 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Fun, Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



TOWNS 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


SECONDARY 


SCHOOL 


WITH 




o 

bo 

O 


NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>, 








£ 




1^ 
IM 


if 

n 


ea o 
•o o 




184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


139 


190 


191 


136 Blacketone . 

137 Westport 

138 Weston 

139 Sharon 

140 Dalton 


1 
1 
13 
4 
1 


1 
15 

6 
8 


2 
8 
6 


6 

5 

6 

10 


3 

1 


1 


- 


6 


141 Lee 

142 Medfield 

143 Templeton . 

144 East Bridgewater 

145 Wayland 


4 
7 
6 
2 
11 


6 
1 

7 
6 
2 


3 

2 

4 
4 


3 

4 

10 

5 

8 


1 
2 


2 


- 


1 


146 Norton 

147 Westford 

148 Rockport 

149 Bellingham . 

150 Holbrook 


6 
7 
3 
9 
5 


4 
9 
8 
2 

7 


2 
2 
1 
1 
2 


4 
7 
1 
2 
2 


1 
1 


- 


- 


1 
2 


151 West Bridgewater 

152 Lunenburg . 

153 Harvard 

154 Provincetown 
156 Medway 


1 
3 
2 
2 
3 


10 
5 
3 
9 

10 


3 

2 


5 
7 
2 
1 
3 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


156 Cohasset 

157 HoUiston 

158 Lancaster 

159 Ashland 

160 Belchertown . 


10 
2 
2 
6 
5 


6 
3 
7 
7 
2 


1 
2 
1 
1 


5 
8 
1 
3 
2 


2 


\ 


1 
1 


3 


161 Hopedale 

162 Hopkinton 

163 Pepperell 

164 Kingston 

165 North Brookfield 


1 
7 

1 

2 


6 
9 
10 
4 
3 


3 

1 
3 
1 


5 

1 
3 
4 
3 


- 


- 


1 


1 


166 Warren 

167 Nantucket 

168 Lenox . 

169 Acton . 

170 Barre . 


4 
3 
1 
5 

5 


11 

11 

5 

6 


- 


1 
2 
3 
2 
7 


2 
1 


6 
2 

1 
1 


1 
1 


1 


171 Hanover 

172 Yarmouth 

173 Marshfield 

174 DUxbury 

175 -Burlington 


1 
8 
1 
8 
2 


3 
3 

5 
2 
4 


3 
3 
2 
2 
1 


4 
1 
4 
1 
3 


2 


2 

2 

1 


- 


- 


176 Charlton 

177 Sutton. 

178 Northborougli 

179 Deerfield 

180 Rutland 


2 

1 
4 
4 
2 


6 
2 
3 
3 

5 


2 

1 

1 


1 
8 
8 
4 
1 


1 
2 

1 


1 


2 


2 
1 


181 Dighton 

182 Groton 

183 Manchester . 

184 Townsend 

185 Merrimac 


1 
4 
6 
3 
3 


8 
7 
3 
3 
6 


3 


8 
2 

5 
2 


- 


1 

1 


- 


1 


186 Hamilton 

187 Avon . 

188 Harwich 

189 Southborough 

190 Hadley 


2 

1 

5 


5 

4 
5 
8 
8 


2 
4 
3 
2 


3 

2 
2 
4 


1 


- 


- 


- 


191 Douglas 

192 Sudbury 

193 Millis . 

194 Pembroke . 

195 West Boylaton 


3 
5 
4 
1 
6 


5 
1 
3 
3 
5 


1 
1 
2 
5 


3 

5 
3 
8 
2 


- 


- 


- 


1 

1 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



113 



Continued 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1951 



© «> 



o «> 




z 


Eh 


192 


193 


_ 


10 


1 


25 


_ 


26 


- 


22 


- 


21 


_ 


18 


- 


12 


- 


26 


_ 


20 


- 


25 


,_ 


17 


- 


25 


- 


14 


- 


16 


- 


17 


_ 


16 


_ 


19 


_ 


9 


_ 


12 


- 


16 


_ 


23 


_ 


15 


_ 


11 


^ 


17 


- 


15 


_ 


16 


_ 


17 


_ 


15 


_ 


12 


- 


9 


_ 


12 


_ 


21 


_ 


15 


_ 


14 


- 


20 


_ 


11 


_ 


15 


_ 


14 


_ 


15 


- 


13 


_ 


14 


_ 


15 


_ 


15 


- 


14 


- 


10 


_ 


18 


_ 


13 


_ 


13 


_ 


11 


- 


12 


_ 


10 


_ 


10 


_ 


12 


_ 


12 


- 


17 


_ 


12 


_ 


12 


_ 


12 


_ 


14 


- 


18 



JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 



GRADOATE OF 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 
NORMAL SCHOOL 



Si 

■t>-3<M 



03 



SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






>>° 



-a 

« o 
o o 



a 




'S'o 




c3 a 




&8 


^ 










'z, 


H 



194 



195 



196 



198 199 200 



201 



202 203 



114 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, classified according to Tbainino, 
HIGH schools 



graduate of 







TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 


secondary school WITH 




TOWNS 


1 
o 


NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 


>j 




1 


'ith 

diploma 
(3 or 4 

years) 


(!) 


O 
<» 


1^ 


m o 


11 




6 


^ 


^ 


^ 




<N 


CO 


m 




204 


205 


206 


207 


208 


209 


210 


211 


136 Blackstone . 


12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


137 Westport 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


138 Weston 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


139 Sharon 


5 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


— 


- 


140 Dalton 


12 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


141 Lee . 


8 


- 


_ 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


142 Medfield 


4 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


143 Templeton . 


4 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


144 East Bridgewater . 


6 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


145 Wayland 


9 


1 


" 


2 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


146 Norton 


6 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


147 Westford 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


148 Rockport 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


149 Bellingham . 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■" 


150 Holbrook . 


8 


1 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


" 


151 West Bridgewater 


7 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


152 Lunenburg . 


5 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


153 Harvard 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


154 Provincetown 


6 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


155 Med way 


6 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


156 Cohasset 


9 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


157 Holliston 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


158 Lancaster 


2 


- 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


159 Ashland 


] 8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


160 Belchertown. 


8- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


161 Hopedale 


o 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


162 Hopkinton . 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


163 Pepperell 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


164 Kingston 


5 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


■~ 


165 North Brookfield . 


C 


- 


- 


2 


- 


"" 


~ 


~ 


166 Warren 


6 


_ 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


167 Nantucket . 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


168 Lenox . 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


169 Acton . 


6 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


170 Barre . 


S 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


" 


171 Hanover 


7 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


172 Yarmouth . 


12 


- 


1 


2 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


173 Marshfield . 


4 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


174 Duxbury 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


175 Burlington . 


7 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


"" 


~ 




176 Charlton 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


177 Sutton. 


' 4 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


178 Northborough 


5 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


179 Deerfield 


8 


1 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


180 Rutland 


4 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


181 Dighton 


9 


_ 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


182 Groton 


6 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


183 Manchester . 


6 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


184 Townsend . 


3 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


185 Merrimac 


4 


- 


- 


1 


- 


" 


~ 


~ 


186 Hamilton . 


3 


1 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


187 Avon . 


R 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


188 Harwich 


8 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


189 Southborough 


5 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


190 Hadley 


6 


1 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 


~ 




191 Douglas 


5 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


192 Sudbury 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


193 MiUis . 


7 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


194 Pembroke . 


3 


1 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


195 West Boylston 


2 


- 


- 


6 


- 


~ 


~ 





Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



115 



Jan. 1, 


1951 1 




School Butldinqs 
USB, Jan. 1, 1951 


IN 




BUILDINQS 
USED FOB 




1 




"o 
























Total 


o 

•s-S 












<a o 












Valuation 

OF 


■i^ 












•" 2 






^0^ 




T! 


School 


1^ 

^ (U 

O <a 


"3 
o 


at 




if 


k 
11 


3° 


1 
o 


a> be 


•al 

3 


•a 


-2 

If 


Property 


Z 


H 


o 


H 


H 


p^ 


ffl 


H 


S 


1^ 


CD 


o 




212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


22! 


222 


222a 


223 


_ 


12 




_ 


1 


1 


2 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


$271,440 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


6 


1 


2 


1 


9 


8 


- 


1 


- 


798,469 00 


_ 


14 


_ 






_ 


4 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


- 


1,378,800 00 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


545,600 00 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


554,000 00 


_ 


12 




1 


1 


_ 


1 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


574,500 00 


_ 


8 


_ 






_ 


2 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


325,000 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


5 


4 


- 


1 


- 


324,820 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


778,710 00 


- 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1,007,000 00 


_ 


7 




_ 


_ 


2 


1 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


155,800 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


4 


5 


4 


_ 


1 


- 


294,800 00 


_ 


7 


1 




_ 


_ 


3 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


313,000 00 


_ 


9 




_ 


_ 


2 


2 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


196,000 00 


- 


10 


1 


1 


- 


1 


2 


5 


4 


- 


1 


- 


307,500 00 


_ 


10 


2 


2 


_ 


2 


_ 


6 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


845,000 00 


_ 


8 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


190,000 00 


_ 


5 






_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


122,000 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


247.200 00 


- 


7 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


4 


3 


- 




1 


362,400 00 


_ 


10 




_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


1,273,222 00 


_ 


10 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


220,000 00 


_ - 


6 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 


1 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


92,200 00 


_ 


8 


_ 




_ 


- 


1 


1 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


643,000 00 


- 


8 


1 


- 


1 


- 


2 


4 


3 


- 


- 


1 


159,500 00 


_ 


7 




_ 


_ 


2 


2 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


540,800 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


573,000 00 


_ 


12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


273,350 00 


_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


491,000 00 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


99,500 00 


_ 


9 




_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 




163,500 00 


_ 


7 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


3 


_ 




_ 


264,300 00 


_ 


8 




_ 


_ 


1 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


374,460 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


4 


3 


_ 


_ 


1 


217,000 00 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


215,200 00 


_ 


10 




2 




_ 


2 


4 


3 


_ 


_ 


1 


290,600 00 


_ 


15 


_ 




_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


- 


704,000 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


867,000 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


2 


_ 




1 


711,000 00 


- 


7 


- 




1 


- 


2 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


334,500 00 


_ 


6 




_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


480,836 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


539,500 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


133,500 00 


_ 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 




3 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


301,200 00 


- 


5 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


62,000 00 


_ 


12 








1 


3 


4 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


215.800 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


221,500 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 




3 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


150,250 00 


_ 


6 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


345,000 00 


- 


5 


1 


1 


1 


- 


2 


5 


4 


- 


1 


- 


51,800 00 


_ 


6 






_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


225,300 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


184.500 00 


1 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 




2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


755,000 00 


_ 


7 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


4 


4 


_ 


_ 


- 


109.000 00 


- 


7 


1 


- 


2 


- 


3 


6 


4 


- 


3 


- 


345,500 00 


_ 


6 




1 




_ 


2 


3 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


215,280 00 


_ 


7 


_ 




_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


526,750 00 


_ 


12 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


' T 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


527,000 00 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


376,393 00 


- 


8 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


172,200 00 



116 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 











Teaching Staff in All Public Day 






a 
o 




Schools - 


— Kindergarten, Elbmentaet. 






a 


Junior High, 


High — Jan. 1, 


1951 










PART 




TOWNS 


m 

a 


"3 
S 




FULL TIME ■ 


TIME 






^ 




£l 






2 


a 


(^ 


o 




o§ 






ao 


o 
•So 


.^ 


•l 


c 


^io aj 






"lO 


o3 »o 






j3 — 


fcl-O 






ftS 


9ai 


_c 


a. 


1 1 


si 






o 


C3^^ 




3 


(D O 


s 






Ph 


> 


Ph 


03 


H H 


02 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 


7 


196 


Norwell 


2,496 


$5,112,677 


1 


_ 


20 21 


3 


197 


Chatham 


2,446 


11,628,870 


1 


- 


22 23 


6 


198 


Georgetown 


2,398 


2,225,176 


- 


- 


19 19 


1 


199 


Hardwick 


2,344 


1,647,126 


- 


- 


15 15 


1 


200 


Littleton 


2,344 


3,589,266 


- 


- 


17 17 


4 


201 


Groveland . 


2,338 


1,799,415 


_ 


_ 


16 16 


2 


202 


Northfield . 


2,230 


2,032,948 


1 


- 


16 17 


3 


203 


Hatfield 


2,178 


3,465,360 


- 


- 


17 17 


3 


204 


Stockbridge . 


2,178 


4,700,390 


1 


- 


20 21 


- 


205 


Plainville 


2,086 


1,949,642 


- 


- 


13 13 


3 


206 


Williamsburg 


2,055 


1,900,227 


_ 


_ 


15 15 


4 


207 


Sheffield 


1,940 


2,657,020 


_ 


- 


15 15 


4 


208 


Tisbury 


1,886 


5,796,860 


- 


- 


17 17 


4 


209 


Shelburne 


1,745 


2,779,515 


1 


- 


18 19 


3 


210 


Orleans 


1,740 


5,534,430 


1 


- 


17 18 


5 


211 


Dover . 


1,711 


4,502,746 


1 


_ 


19 20 


2 


212 


Stowe . 


1,697 


1,749,500 


- 


- 


13 13 


4 


213 


Mendon 


1,614 


1,665,580 


- 


— 


10 10 


1 


214 


West Newbury 


1,589 


1,494,695 


- 


- 


12 12 


2 


215 


Brookfield 


1,568 


1,618,016 


1 


- 


10 11 


4 


216 


Oak Bluffs . 


1,506 


6,100,954 


_ 


_ 


15 15 


4 


217 


Edgartown . 


1,494 


5,216,269 


- 


- 


15 15 


4 


218 


Ashby 


1,451 


1,522,478 


- 


- 


12 12 


2 


219 


Topsfield 


1,409 


3,160,040 


- 


- 


15 15 


3 


220 


Sandwich 


1,322 


3,644,124 


1 


- 


13 14 


3 


221 


Chester 


1,293 


1.227,490 


_ 


- 


14 14 


2 


222 


Huntington . 


1,261 


1,287,929 


- 


- 


11 11 


2 


223 


Brimfield 


1,183 


1,104,230 


- 


- 


12 12 


3 


224 


Bernardston 


1,116 


1,362,380 


2 


- 


8 10 


3 


225 


Wellfleet 


1,087 


3,350,851 


- 


- 


8 8 


2 


226 


New Marlborough 


990 


1,830,373 


_ 


_ 


9 9 


3 


227 


Ashfield 


979 


1,371,925 


1 


1 


7 9 


1 


228 


Charlemont . 


860 


1,447,405 


1 


- 


7 8 


5 


229 


Petersham 


795 


1,595,629 


— 


1 


9 10 


1 


230 


New Salem . 
Total 


394 


378,055 


- 


- 


7 7 


3 




269,272 


8404,471,714 


73 


40 


1,923 2,036 


257 



^Preliminary count, July 7, 1950. 



Pt. II. 



117 



AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS - 


— Continued 










PUPH-B IN 


All 


Public 


Day 


Schools — 


Kindergarten, Elementary, Juniob High. 


ft 

S7 










High — Year ending Junk 30, 


1951 










03 










m 

tion 
han 
year 




§« 


■B 




>. 




>> 


iimbe 
essioi 

Up 




^i:-3 


o ^ 


a+ 


g 




4 




o 
og 




^-oS^ 


2 c"3 


©s 


g 




^1 




verage n 
days in s 

verage 
members 




upib for 
town pai 
for not 
half of sc 


on-residei 
attended 
than half 
year 


2 fl 


Ph 




< 




< 


<! < 




Ph 


^ 


^; 



8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


481 


76,452 


428 


179 


469 


_ 


4 


472 


71,564 


394 


180 


447 


_ 


_ 


432 


69,714 


404 


173 


426 


- 


1 


368 


60,071 


334 


179 


358 


_ 


33 


411 


66,882 


381 


176 


410 


- 


1 


424 


71,282 


402 


177 


421 


_ 


1 


363 


56,457 


317 


178 


339 


1 


6 


313 


51,879 


289 


180 


306 


- 


3 


382 


59,364 


332 


173 


355 


- 


53 


332 


55,743 


313 


177 


331 


- 


1 


410 


64,370 


361 


178 


380 


_ 


29 


353 


54,586 


308 


177 


329 


- 


1 


469 


72,514 


402 


180 


429 


- 


44 


476 


76,896 


438 


176 


465 


19 


125 


367 


60,991 


341 


180 


358 


- 


3 


284 


42,349 


254 


180 


276 


1 


4 


312 


49,441 


276 


179 


292 


- 


7 


307 


47,803 


272 


176 


293 


- 


3 


282 


44,033 


250 


176 


270 


1 


8 


295 


48,599 


272 


179 


286 


- 


7 


309 


49,757 


276 


180 


292 


_ 


_ 


291 


45,476 


252 


180 


276 


- 


- 


272 


43,708 


247 


179 


264 


1 


- 


331 


45,347 


298 


178 


323 


— 


23 


238 


38,070 


217 


176 


227 


- 


3 


304 


48,758 


277 


177 


293 


_ 


48 


232 


37,672 


219 


172 


232 


- 


28 


243 


37,283 


224 


166 


238 


- 


38 


222 


35,110 


197 


178 


211 


- 


1 


182 


27,814 


160 


173 


169 


- 


6 


188 


26,649 


150 


177 


164 


1 


_ 


188 


31,015 


177 


175 


189 


- 


17 


181 


26,834 


164 


178 


176 


1 


15 


172 


27,813 


153 


182 


163 


- 


9 


163 


25,915 


146 


177 


157 


- 


92 


48,291 


7,696.473 


43,681 


176 


46,650 


93 


1,778 



15 

465 
447 
425 
325 
409 

420 
334 
303 
302 
330 

351 
328 
385 
359 
355 

273 
285 
290 
263 
279 

292 
276 
265 
300 
224 

245 
204 
200 
210 
163 

165 

172 

162 

154 

65 

44,965 



118 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Itemized Expenditures fob Support op All Public 



as 







16 




17 




18 




19 




196 


Norwell 


$2,616 99 


$62,300 


95 


$2,052 08 


$4,378 95 


197 


Chatham 


3,885 


78 


63,062 


74 


1,771 


26 


4,444 


14 


198 


Georgetown 


2,194 87 


49,596 


00 


886 


56 


1,798 


77 


199 


Hardwick 


3,316 


74 


38,032 


15 


881 


75 


1,583 


15 


200 


Littleton 


2,879 


50 


46,868 


37 


991 


46 


2,079 


14 


201 


Groveland 


2,746 32 


41,859 


34 


956 


34 


1,403 


43 


202 


Northfield '. 


2,766 


80 


45,405 


63 


736 


76 


937 


49 


203 


Hatfield 


3,957 


15 


46,720 


11 


836 


31 


3,261 


03 


204 


Stockbridge . 


6,737 


21 


55,591 


50 


1,894 


89 


3,495 


07 


205 


Plainville 


2,979 


32 


36,551 


56 


1,835 


44 


1,336 


85 


206 


Williamsburg 


3,962 72 


38,685 


80 


844 


89 


812 


32 


207 


Sheffield 


4,252 


83 


41,718 


15 


585 


50 


3,365 


11 


208 


Tisbury 


2,843 


50 


55,218 


22 


1,502 


17 


3,472 


16 


209 


Shelburne 


3,317 


28 


58,849 


50 


1,096 


41 


3,057 


95 


210 


Orleans 


2,289 


54 


56,300 


70 


1,519 


24 


2,872 


44 


211 


Dover 


6,6 2 


66 


56,256 


69 


1,232 


10 


3,596 


32 


212 


Stowe . . . . 


2,839 


69 


34,745 


37 


1,123 


96 


1,963 


62 


213 


Mendon 


2,621 


66 


25,614 


88 


895 


63 


894 


44 


214 


West Newbury 


2,543 


02 


33,639 


06 


662 


81 


1,474 


58 


215 


Brookfield . 


3,604 34 


32,496 


01 


527 


21 


1,543 


99 


216 


Oak Bluffs . 


2,421 


14 


45,523 


81 


1,188 


59 


1,890 


56 


217 


Edgartown . 


2,266 


47 


45,820 


75 


1,365 


50 


1,913 


30 


218 


Ashby 


1,606 


84 


31,411 


86 


1,174 


01 


2,412 


94 


219 


Topsfield 


3,448 


58 


44,266 


06 


2,248 76 


3,852 


22 


220 


Sandwich 


2,480 


05 


40,807 


35 


666 


90 


2,139 


78 


221 


Chester 


4,757 


12 


39,264 


96 


677 


29 


1,680 91 


222 


Huntington . 


3,135 


35 


30,442 


85 


1,388 


85 


2,498 


11 


223 


Brimfield 


2,629 


64 


32,009 


00 


490 


25 


924 


89 


224 


Bernardston 


2,126 


41 


24,892 


30 


194 32 


498 68 


225 


Wellfleet 


1,805 


67 


20,298 


17 


804 70 


1,773 


20 


226 


New Marlborough 


3,169 


07 


24,397 


97 


286 


14 


1,854 


42 


227 


Ashfield 


2,562 


58 


23,838 


94 


516 


87 


1,433 


89 


228 


Charlemont . 


3,858 


85 


22,474 


26 


567 


32 


1,178 72 


229 


Petersham . 


1,791 


97 


27,027 


48 


702 


34 


887 


11 


230 


New Salem . 
Total 


2,684 


03 


17,553 


18 


842 


56 


1,454 86 




$420,313 


12 


$5,752,989 


13 


$155,553 58 


$328,216 6 3 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued. 



119 



SeHOOiiS — Day, Evening, Vacation — Year ending June 30, 1951 



3.° 



S^o. 



TRANSPORTATION 



20 




21 




22 


23 




24 


25 


$14,939 09 


$2,356 


25 


_ 


$3,425 


88 


$13,610 84 


_ 


13,246 


26 


4,183 


73 


S284 95 


1,029 


71 


8,885 75 


- 


8,895 


62 


752 


35 


94 94 


342 


91 


6,484 20 


- 


13,269 


37 


1,499 


36 


- 


1,058 


49 


6,588 90 


$10 00 


6,305 


07 


2,485 


39 


- 


100 


00 


5,080 00 


- 


9,566 


58 


1,119 


79 


67 95 


377 


67 


3,037 98 


_ 


7,522 


91 


2,422 


00 


113 38 


830 


00 


12,356 83 


- 


7,674 


51 


1,486 


69 


- 


1,660 


30 


3,507 50 


_ 


9,087 


65 


1,927 


85 


- 


672 


73 


7,432 21 


- 


6,436 


41 


836 02 


- 


643 


18 


4,140 86 


- 


7,348 


32 


1,592 


51 


_ 


850 


00 


5,321 25 


_ 


5,575 


96 


1,565 


66 


193 93 


197 


00 


9,946 67 


320 50 


10,189 


62 


2,966 


01 


1,122 20 


1,951 


40 


- 


— 


13,330 


23 


1,861 


92 


1 25 


471 


45 


8,135 20 


422 64 


13,866 


62 


2,476 


50 


411 15 


1,209 


25 


8,982 00 


- 


5,619 


06 


3,133 


71 


145 85 


515 


30 


6,300 00 


_ 


6,957 


09 


1,047 


71 


_ 


100 


00 


7,800 00 


— 


6,732 


26 


3,581 


80 


3 94 


524 


45 


8,630 11 


- 


4,191 


64 


2,091 


65 


39 25 


606 


23 


4,321 75 


425 00 


6,328 07 


2,569 


51 


370 33 


950 


28 


6,184 00 


- 


6,458 


50 


1,636 


70 


_ 


987 


20 


184 00 


_ 


8,636 


36 


506 


97 


- 


1,020 


00 


6,028 00 


- 


4,762 


08 


3,874 


72 


- 


697 


58 


8,745 03 


- 


5,573 


30 


2,005 


69 


- 


997 


45 


4,195 00 


57 20 


7,588 


41 


2,966 


47 


120 11 


164 


15 


4,184 33 


- 


5,402 


93 


2,762 


67 


50 30 


855 


01 


6,497 50 


_ 


7,669 


46 


1,937 


78 


- 


662 


18 


3,567 00 


- 


7,223 


36 


643 


27 


217 39 


336 


95 


14,499 10 


- 


4,808 60 


991 


66 


- 


250 00 


4,098 72 


- 


4,767 


15 


406 


21 


169 98 


180 


00 


3,010 00 


- 


4,570 82 


2,638 77 


218 56 


140 


00 


7,784 00 


1,146 20 


4,217 


21 


842 


54 


22 48 


150 00 


5,917 80 


- 


3,693 


10 


2,523 


68 


- 


200 


00 


10,424 84 


- 


4,896 


66 


1,705 


55 


- 


602 


70 


7,676 00 


- 


2,564 


86 


675 


21 


52 48 


702 


31 


5,000 00 


- 


$1,070,169 46 


$329,457 


16 


$17,882 24 


$124,294 27 


$798,228 59 


$17,222 01 



120 







Group III. 


Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 






Itemized Expendituees for Support of All 








Public Schools — Day, Evening, Vacation 


EXPENDITUEB 






— Yeah 


ENDING JUUB 30, 


1951 — Con. 




ENDING June 








-*3 




-3 cj 




TOWNS 






1 










9. 

3 




1^ 

E a 






a 
2 


1 
1 


■2 




2=^ 






3 


J 


3 

o 










H 


§ 


H 




^ 






26 


27 


28 




29 


196 


Norwell 


_ 


$2,061 66 


$107,742 69 


_ 


197 


Chatham 


- 


1,954 37 


102,748 


69 


$58,850 00 


198 


Georgetown 


- 


326 93 


71,373 


15 


_ 


199 


Hard wick 


_ 


632 40 


66,872 


31 


_ 


200 


Littleton 


- 


886 48 


67,675 


41 


646 00 


201 


Groveland 


_ 


120 10 


61,255 


50 


_ 


202 


Northfield • 


S18 90 


660 19 


73,770 


89 


_ 


203 


Hatfield 


_ 


1,043 90 


70,147 


50 


1,908 70 


204 


Stockbridge 


- 


147 00 


86,986 


11 




205 


PlainvUle 


148 50 


- 


54,910 


14 


- 


206 


Williamsburg 


_ 


672 81 


60,080 


62 


_ 


207 


Sheffield 


184 64 


346 35 


68,252 


30 


75 00 


208 


Tisbury 


- 


1,653 98 


80,919 


26 


3,110 18 


209 


Shelburne 


1.590 32 


7,249 62 


99,383 


77 


_ 


210 


Orleans 


- 


6,728 88 


96,656 


32 


7,287 83 


211 


Dover 


_ 


2,745 48 


86,157 


17 


1,200 00 


212 


Stowe ... 


- 


291 20 


56,868 


64 


_ 


213 


Mendon 


_ 




49,499 


17 


_ 


214 


West Newbury 


131 03 


128 71 


50,254 


73 


_ 


215 


Brookfield 


- 


123 59 


54,697 


33 


- 


216 


Oak Bluffs . 


_ 


1,349 59 


61,640 


09 


4,604 78 


217 


Edgartown . 


11 81 


- 


67,569 


16 




218 


Ashby 


- 


320 99 


55,006 


05 


— 


219 


Topsfield 


40 00 


12,654 87 


79,339 


13 


289 33 


220 


Sandwich 


- 


1,401 71 


62,519 


26 


- 


221 


Chester 


_ 


678 29 


62,626 98 


_ 


222 


Huntington . 


- 


1,184 55 


52,486 


13 


_ 


223 


Brimfield 


67 68 


208 65 


59,250 


18 


_ 


224 


Bernardston 


- 


1,029 13 


38,889 


82 


170,825 05 


225 


Wellfleet 


- 


269 50 


33,484 


58 


1,169 78 


226 


New Marlborough 


250 00 


310 05 


46,766 00 


425 00 


227 


Ashfield 


- 


173 88 


39,676 


19 


_ 


228 


Charlemont . 


497 44 


453 80 


45,872 


01 


_ 


229 


Petersham . 


- 


211 34 


45,501 


15 


_ 


230 


New Salem . 
Total 


- 


1,232 20 


32,761 


69 


- 




$10,359 36 


$179,197 73 


$9,203,883 23 


$3,186,536 54 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



121 



roR Outlay, Year 
30, 1951 


Valuation of 

1950 PER Pupil 

IN Net Average 

Membership, 

Year ending June 

30, 1951 


ExPENDrrURB POR 

School Support from 

Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 
1950, PER $1,000 Val- 
uation 


Rate of Total Tax 

PER $1,000 

Valuation, 1950 


New equipment 
Total for outlay 


Amount 

Rank in 
Group III 


Amount 

Rank in 
Group III 


Amount 

Rank in 
Group III 



30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


$932 21 


$932 21 


$10,995 


26 


$13 21 


72 


$29 50 


90 


3,612 03 


62,642 03 


26,015 


2 


7 21 


95 


26 00 


94 


325 37 


325 37 


5,236 


79 


19 00 


28 


55 00 


13 


32 48 


32 48 


5,068 


80 


25 42 


3 


54 00 


15 


1,572 82 


2,218 82 


8,776 


33 


13 15 


73 


30 00 


87 


52 00 


52 00 


4,284 


92 


23 38 


7 


65 00 


2 


- 


- 


6,087 


67 


20 31 


21 


58 00 


8 


526 71 


2,435 41 


11,437 


22 


13 38 


69 


31 00 


85 


3,834 54 


3,834 54 


15,564 


15 


12 04 


76 


36 00 


75 


445 24 


445 24 


5,908 


68 


18 53 


32 


44 00 


47 


571 76 


571 76 


5,414 


77 


14 11 


67 


46 00 


41 


658 49 


733 49 


8,101 


36 


14 66 


63 


33 00 


81 


_ 


3,110 18 


15,057 


17 


10 77 


83 


29 00 


93 


501 32 


501 32 


7,742 


39 


13 32 


71 


42 00 


54 


2,629 71 


9,917 54 


15,590 


14 


9 95 


88 


29 50 


91 


970 04 


2,170 04 


16,494 


11 


16 01 


53 


25 00 


95 


246 26 


246 26 


6,139 


65 


17 93 


40 


44 00 


48 


1,105 49 


1,105 49 


5,743 


73 


18 20 


36 


46 00 


36 


322 09 


322 09 


5,683 


74 


17 09 


44 


57 00 


11 


131 03 


131 03 


5,799 


71 


19 21 


25 


53 00 


16 


_ 


4,604 78 


20,894 


5 


9 11 


91 


36 00 


73 


199 43 


199 43 


18,900 


7 


10 28 


85 


29 00 


92 


505 92 


505 92 


5,745 


72 


19 55 


23 


43 00 


52 


- 


289 33 


10,533 


28 


16 50 


49 


32 00 


84 


471 73 


471 73 


16,268 


12 


11 84 


78 


36 00 


74 


638 02 


638 02 


5,010 


81 


24 30 


5 


56 00 


12 


354 69 


354 69 


6,313 


63 


18 73 


29 


44 00 


46 


468 22 


468 22 


5,521 


76 


16 62 


48 


46 00 


32 


5,769 85 


176,594 90 


6,488 


59 


16 15 


51 


45 00 


42 


834 82 


2,004 60 


20,557 


6 


7 53 


94 


30 00 


89 


109 63 


534 63 


11,093 


25 


14 88 


59 


39 00 


63 


232 10 


232 10 


7.976 


37 


14 24 


65 


35 00 


76 


239 60 


239 60 


8,935 


32 


15 70 


55 


40 00 


59 


182 01 


182 01 


10,361 


29 


15 61 


56 


34 00 


79 


150 62 


150 62 


5,816 


69 


36 83 


1 


60 00 


6 


$237,754 77 


$3,424,291 31 


$8,995 


- 


$14 66 


- 




- 



122 



P.D. 2. 
Gkoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



EXPBNDITTJBB FOB SUPPORT OP AlL PuBLIC 

Year ending 



















PROM 


STATE 








FROM LOCAL TAXATION 


REIMBUESBMENT (INCLUDING 




TOWNS 












GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 








.as 




1— 1 










,_ 










^i^ 


hH 






„ g 


;l 


H 






C 




§^1 


.So. 


rt 






.3 p. 






c 
E 
< 




Per p 
net a 
mem 
ship 


-Si 


3 
o 

a 
< 




a* 


§0- 








38 




39 




40 


4i 




42 




43 


196 


Norwell 


S67,533 57 


S145 23 


30 


S30,268 


19 


$65 09 


26 


197 


Chatham 


83,811 


25 


187 


50 


11 


7,347 


42 


16 


44 


93 


198 


Georgetown 


42,274 


47 


99 


47 


79 


24,582 


91 


57 


84 


40 


199 


Hardwick 


41,866 


42 


128 


82 


44 


22,618 


79 


69 


60 


19 


200 


Littleton 


47,177 


43 


115 


35 


62 


19,168 


53 


46 


87 


66 


201 


Groveland 


42,057 


49 


100 


14 


77 


20,746 


84 


49 


40 


60 


202 


Northfield . 


41,273 


82 


123 


57 


49 


30,182 


25 


90 37 




203 


Hatfield 


46,375 


19 


153 


05 


29 


18,747 


62 


61 


87 


33 


204 


Stockbridge . 


56,588 


61 


187 


38 


12 


19,360 


98 


64 


11 


27 


205 


Plainville 


36^124 


23 


109 


47 


68 


16,426 


69 


49 


78 


59 


206 


Williamsburg 


26,816 


35 


76 


40 


93 


22,317 


45 


63 


58 


28 


207 


Sheffield 


38,958 


01 


118 


77 


58 


26,505 


36 


80 81 


12 


208 


Tisbury 


62,399 


85 


162 


08 


23 


7,328 


38 


19 


03 


92 


209 


Shelbume 


37,017 


57 


103 


11 


74 


23,680 


68 


65 


96 


22 


210 


Orleans 


55,048 


81 


155 


07 


27 


16,835 


16 


47 


42 


64 


211 


Dover 


72,092 


89 


264 08 


1 


10,468 


41 


38 


35 


80 


212 


Stowe . 


31,362 


08 


110 


04 


67 


20,314 65 


71 


28 


16 


213 


Mendon 


30,306 


77 


104 


51 


72 


18,214 


85 


62 


81 


30 


214 


West Newbury 


25,536 


30 


97 


10 


83 


18,394 01 


69 


94 


18 


215 


Brookfield . 


31,089 


21 


111 


43 


65 


18,335 


34 


65 


72 


23 


216 


Oak Bluffs . 


55,541 


55 


190 


21 


10 


8,770 33 


30 04 


88 


217 


Edgartown . 


53,634 


15 


194 33 


7 


11,614 


21 


42 


08 


76 


218 


Ashby 


29,754 


11 


112 


28 


64 


19,414 


27 


73 


26 


14 


219 


Topsfield 


52,139 


44 


173 


80 


15 


15,888 


64 


52 


96 


50 


220 


Sandwich 


43,152 


82 


192 


65 


8 


13,407 


28 


59 


85 


37 


221 


Chester 


29,818 


03 


121 


71 


51 


23,776 


95 


97 


05 


7 


222 


Huntington . 


24,100 


73 


118 


14 


59 


16,622 


91 


81 


48 


11 


223 


Brimfield 


18,350 


84 


91 


75 


86 


25,433 


19 


127 


17 


2 


224 


Bernardston 


21,999 


47 


104 76 


71 


13,869 


78 


66 


05 


21 


225 


WeUfleet 


25,208 


77 


154 


66 


28 


7,807 


15 


47 


90 


62 


226 


New Marlborough 


27,237 


63 


165 


08 


19 


16,259 


29 


98 


54 


6 


227 


Ashfield 


19,527 


99 


113 


53 


63 


15,064-' 


'19 


87 


58 


9 


228 


Charlemont . 


22,713 


75 


140 


21 


33 


19,508' 


90 


120 


43 


3 


229 


Petersham . 


24,899 


85 


161 


69 


24 


16,876 


74 


109 


59 


4 


230 


New Salem . 
Total 


13,921 


07 


214 


17 


5 


14,987s 


53 


230 


58 


1 




$5,930,023 


50 


$131 


88 


- 


$2,350,396 


62 


S52 27 


- 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



123 



Day Schools- 


-Classified as 


TO Source, 












Amount paid 


TO Town 


Dec. 31, 1950 
















FROM 


— 


*-• !> ® 


b 














o a 


k< « 


£315 


1 














t- O 


t^° 


rom receipts 
tuition and tra 
portation of Sti 
wards 


i 

ii 

a ■" 


FEOM ALI 


SOUHCES 






03^ 


|«15°' 


a 

3 
o 

a 


er pupil in 
average 
member- 
ship 

er pupil in 


s s 

> Si ft 

a) bo cL 
C o3.n 


go 


in net 
average 
member- 
ship 


chool Func 
of Gen. I 
(C. 643, 11 
November 
1950 


chool Trai 
tion C. 71 
(C. 679, H 
November 
1950 


1^ 


< 


<; Ph 


Ph 




« 




ca 


02 


44 


45 


46 


47a 


47b 


48 


49 


50 


$656 64 


$698 32 


$99,156 72 


$211 


42 


$213 


24 


35 


$20,542 80 


$8,482 86 




6,876 08 


98,034 75 


219 


32 


219 


32 


31 


4,161 54 


3,185 88 


_ 


3,675 00 


70,532 38 


165 


57 


165 


96 


75 


19,104 11 


4,389 20 


2,200 57 


996 25 


67,682 03 


189 


06 


208 


25 


38 


16,158 63 


5,069 50 


67 24 


48 00 


66,461 20 


162 


10 


162 


50 


79 


14,921 54 


3,125 00 


574 63 


3 88 


63,382 84 


150 


55 


150 


91 


89 


19,293 21 


182 45 


815 15 


228 74 


72,499 96 


213 


86 


217 


07 


32 


19,084 98 


9,885 93 


_ 


640 17 


65,762 98 


214 


91 


217 


04 


33 


17,148 12 


1,599 50 


375 36 


6,781 45 


83,106 40 


234 


10 


275 


19 


9 


13,484 23 


5,876 75 




588 57 


53,139 49 


160 


54 


161 


03 


82 


13,546 49 


1,462 36 


648 72 


7,646 85 


57,429 37 


151 


13 


163 


62 


77 


17,678 90 


3,031 50 


343 40 


- 


65,806 77 


200 


02 


200 


63 


42 


16,809 48 


7,910 35 




6,781 40 


76,509 63 


178 


34 


198 


73 


43 


7,328 38 


- 


482 12 


35,389 29 


96,569 66 


207 


68 


269 


00 


11 


16,983 74 


5,471 09 




29,856 36 


101,740 33 


284 


19 


286 


59 


5 


12,542 76 


4,292 40 


_ 


801 10 


83,362 40 


302 04 


305 


36 


3 


9,055 90 


1,412 51 


979 78 


- 


52,656 51 


180 


33 


184 


76 


56 


13,048 14 


6,335 00 


79 11 


741 03 


49,341 76 


168 40 


170 


14 


71 


10,118 46 


6,625 21 


1,520 84 


440 55 


45,891 70 


169 


97 


174 49 


65 


15,792 48 


1,681 75 


691 75 


309 54 


50,425 84 


176 


31 


180 74 


62 


12,491 60 


4,577 00 


_ 


428 94 


64,740 82 


221 


72 


221 


72 


29 


8,770 33 


- 


_ 




65,248 36 


236 


41 


236 


41 


25 


7,009 21 


4,605 00 


_ 


521 32 


49,689 70 


188 


22 


187 


51 


51 


12,615 35 


6,159 20 


- 


10,870 14 


78,898 22 


244 


27 


262 


99 


13 


11,995 31 


2,610 00 


697 01 


11,874 16 


69,131 27 


304 


54 


308 


62 


2 


9,839 06 


2,829 45 


1,384 17 


8,756 24 


63,735 39 


217 


53 


260 


14 


14 


16,286 57 


5,437 00 


575 93 


7,551 82 


48,851 39 


210 


57 


239 


47 


22 


13,277 98 


2,131 50 


6,211 86 


5,147 55 


55,143 44 


231 


70 


275 


72 


8 


13,714 30 


10,826 80 


299 00 


9 22 


36,177 47 


171 


46 


172 27 


68 


10,344 84 


2,638 00 


- 


6,794 94 


39,810 86 


235 


57 


244 24 


20 


5,003 59 


2,105 00 


_ 


_ 


43,496 92 


265 


23 


263 


62 


12 


8,696 47 


6,134 30 


3,663 48 


1,271 83 


39,527 49 


209 


14 


229 


81 


27 


8,663 76 


5,077 76 


- 


2,132 68 


44,365 33 


252 


02 


273 


80 


10 


8,767 81 


9,227 84 


1.874 63 


109 54 


43,760 76 


268 


47 


284 


16 


6 


9,878 90 


6,302 50 


1,230 56 


2,149 07 


32,288 23 


205 


66 


496 74 


1 


9,246 19 


4,663 00 


$102,954 16 


$358,354 05 


$8,741,728 33 


$187 39 


$194 41 


- 


$1,778,503 12 $469,744 69 



124 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 







Year Grades in 


Public Day Elementary Schoolb 




1 
i 


>> 

a 




PRINCIPALS 


TEACHERS 






TOWNS 


1 

in 

-a 

'•3 

<-> 


o 
1 

■i 
a 

o 

•a 


FULL TIME 






a 

g i 


d 
o 

§ 1 


1 -s 

« 5 






51 


52 


53 


54 55 


56 57 


58 59 


196 
197 
198 
199 
200 


Norwell 

Chatham 

Georgetown 

Hardwick 

Littleton 


6 
6 
8 
8 
8 


3 
3 


3 
3 

4 
4 
4 


- 


1 11 

2 7 
1 9 


165 169 
128 136 
156 163 


201 
202 
203 
204 
205 


Groveland . 
Northfield . 
Hatfield 
Stookbridge . 
Plainville 


8 
6 
8 
8 
6 


3 
3 


4 
3 
4 
4 
3 


- 


1 10 

1 9 
1 10 


174 158 

133 102 
129 151 


206 
207 
208 
209 
210 


Williamsburg 
Sheffield 
Tisbury 
Shelburne . 
Orleans 


8 
8 
8 

8 
6 


3 


4 
4 
4 
4 
3 


- - 


9 

10 

1 9 

1 6 


171 146 
147 130 
171 186 
104 108 


211 
212 
213 
214 
215 


Dover 
Stowe . 
Mendon 
West Newbury 
Brookfield . 


6 
8 
8 
6 
6 


3 

3 
3 


3 

4 
4 
3 
3 


- 


1 8 
6 


127 106 
112 127 


216 
217 
218 
219 
220 


Oak Bluffs . 
Edgartown . 
Ashby 
Topsfield 
Sandwich 


8 
8 
8 
6 
8 


3 


4 
4 
4 
3 
4 


- - 


8 

7 

1 7 

1 7 


131 107 
118 104 
112 101 

80 91 


221 
222 
223 
224 
225 


Chester 
Huntington . 
Brimfield 
Bernardston 
Wellfleet 


8 
8 
8 
6 
8 


3 


4 
4 
4 
3 

4 


- 


1 7 
6 

2 6 

1 3 


98 102 

100 81 

98 82 

70 61 


226 
227 
228 
229 
230 


New Marlborough 
Ashfield 
Charlemont . 
Petersham . 
New Salem . 

Total 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


- 


4 
1 4 

3 
1 5 
1 2 


77 71 
73 68 
48 45 
80 59 
27 28 




• 


- 


- 


7 3 


101 735 


12.669 11,544 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



Continited 



125 



(Grades I to 


VIII). Ye 


\R BNDINQ 


June 30 


1951 








-0 

1 


73 


TS 


0. 

3 
1 

< 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 


Si 

■Sag 


1 


03 


O 

2" 


03 

'3 
•a 

a 

> ^ 
< 


GENERAL CONTROL 


Sis 

d o 


s 


1 

"S 

■ < 


a s > fc <u-g 

<, Ph 03^ a) B 


i 

1-3 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


53,521 
43,133 
51,948 


170 
178 
176 


315 
243 
298 


333 

259 
321 


840,643 88 
37,331 87 
36,965 73 


$122 05 
144 14 
115 16 


$29,896 28 
21.369 21 
26,927 16 


$541 53 
441 53 
597 23 


55,459 


176 


315 


329 


39,258 54 


119 33 


28,441 91 


776 44 


39,014 
42,896 


179 
176 


218 
240 


229 
258 


36,020 99 
41,707 81 


157 30 
161 66 


24,819 75 
29,302 01 


571 80 
921 76 


49,848 
41,912 
54,852 
33,082 


177 
176 
180 
169 


282 
237 
304 
195 


296 
254 
324 
208 


33,291 42 
42,390 65 
48,634 72 
41,196 10 


112 47 
166 89 
150 11 
198 06 


22,903 56 
26,915 71 
35,354 02 
24,154 41 


443 54 
262 63 
971 30 
684 63 


35,877 
37,041 


179 
174 


201 
213 


214 
229 


33,288 83 
28,190 56 


155 56 
123 10 


22,707 03 
14,231 28 


750 47 
545 44 


38,150 
34,856 
34,358 


180 
180 
176 


212 
193 
195 


223 
205 
209 


36,855 66 
34,874 43 
35,255 98 


165 27 
170 12 
168 69 


30,496 84 
24,313 88 
20,075 68 


650 10 
712 65 
837 11 


27,330 


175 


157 


164 


37,134 63 


226 43 


25,815 16 


303 01 


31,542 
28,329 
27,346 


174 
170 
165 


181 
167 
166 


191 
177 
176 


34,248 39 
26,257 79 
35,676 21 


179 31 
148 35 
202 71 


22,512 73 
15,881 85 
19,871 64 


335 84 
799 42 
382 21 


19,598 


173 


114 


121 


17,491 60 


144 56 


11,937 37 


375 76 


20,605 
22,814 
12,163 
22,446 
8,834 


176 
174 
173 
178 
173 


117 
131 

83 
124 

51 


128 
141 

89 
132 

54 


28,029 28 
19,203 58 
18,829 94 
24,467 95 
14,142 43 


218 98 
136 20 
211 57 
185 36 
261 90 


13.629 53 
12,958 89 

9,114 60 
13,859 01 

7,428 GO 


161 08 
219 63 
273 09 
441 25 
346 78 


3,831,321 


174 


21,974 


23,430 


$3,530,902 92 


$150 70 


$2,307,943 07 


$64,461 21 



126 



P.D. 2. 
Geoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Elementary Schools 

















^ 










TEACHERS 










TOWNS 


PRINCIPALS 




PUPILS ENROLLED 






FULL TIME 






g 


d 


a 


1 


1 


< 






68 


69 


70 71 


72 


73 


74 


196 
197 
198 
199 
200 


Norwell 

Chatham 

Georgetown 

Hardwick 

Littleton 


: - 


- 


11 
11 


184 
164 


144 
141 


51,048 
44,416 


201 
202 
203 
204 
205 


Groveland . 
Northfield . 
Hatfield 
Stockbridge . 
Plainville 


: - 


- 


9 
6 


117 
97 


105 
94 


33,455 
31,759 


206 
207 
208 
209 
210 


Williamsburg 

Sheffield 

Tisbury 

Shelburne . . . 

Orleans 


'■ - 


- 


6 


103 


72 


28,462 


211 
212 
213 
214 
215 


Dover 

Stowe . . . . 

Mendon 

West Newbury 

Brookfield . 


'. 


- 


10 

6 
5 


117 

95 
108 


83 

95 
79 


28,547 

29,009 
30,715 


216 
217 
218 
219 
220 


Oak Bluffs . 
Edgartown . 
Ashby 
Topsfield 
Sandwich 


'■ - 


- 


8 


120 


113 


28,432 


221 
222 
223 
224 
225 


Chester 
Huntington . 
Brimfield 
Bernardston 
WeUfleet 


1 


- 


1 3 


78 


51 


20,028 


226 
227 
228 
229 
230 


New Marlborough 
Ashfield 
Charlemont . 
Petersham . 
New Salem . 

Total . . 


- 


-■ 


- - 


- 


- 


- 




5 


4 


13 331 


5,296 


4,677 


1,560,755 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



127 



Contimied 



Systems 



(Grades I to VI), Ybab ending June 30, 1951 



si 

II 

< 


< 


i 
< 


EXPENDITURE FOB 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


o 


1 


.a fti 
(S^a'sag 


II 
11 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


177 
172 


288 
244 


321 

284 


S57,180 25 
51,039 50 


.1178 13 
179 72 


835,297 63 
29,371 92 


SI, 397 69 
704 56 


176 


190 


204 


36,361 71 


178 24 


22,504 


423 71 


175 


182 


193 


20,147 95 


104 39 


13,443 37 


490 26 


178 


160 


169 


36,196 87 


214 18 


19,076 36 


609 10 


173 


177 


194 


41,526 90 


214 06 


30,331 35 


826 64 


175 
178 


166 
173 


181 
182 


26,083 20 
23,621 95 


144 11 
129 79 


17,285 60 
13,645 65 


478 92 
238 20 


176 


205 


223 


41,905 08 


187 92 


24,313 07 


1,169 12 


176 


114 


122 


15,421 61 


126 41 


10,808 80 


134 76 


174 


8,981 


9,695 


$1,491,163 06 


$153 81 


$980,034 79 


$29,796 56 



128 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High Schools 







PRINCIPALS 








a 




TOWNS 


AND TEACHERS 


1 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


'a 




FULL TIME 


^ 






g 

o o 


a 


1 

03 


"3 

o 








82 83 


84 


85 


86 


87 


196 
197 
198 
199 
200 


Norwell 

Chatham 

Georgetown 

Hardwick 

Littleton 


2 
2 


3 
6 


40 
59 


58 
43 


16,097 
16,620 


201 
202 
203 
204 
205 


Groveland . 
Northfield . 
Hatfield 
Stockbridge . 
Plainville 


_ 2 
11 


3 

1 


42 
49 


44 
48 


14,336 
16,324 


206 
207 
208 
209 
210 


Williamsburg 

Sheffield 

Tisbury 

Shelburne 

Orleans 


11 


- 


57 


39 


16,123 


211 
212 
213 
214 
215 


Dover 

Stowe .... 

Mendon 

West Newbury 

Brookfield . 


1 2 

- 3 
1 


1 
1 


23 

21 
32 


29 

31 
35 


8,490 

8,625 
10,885 


216 

217 
218 
219 
220 


Oak Bluffs . 
Edgartown . 
Ashby 
Topsfield 
Sandwich 


- 1 


- 


33 


22 


9,461 


221 
222 
223 
224 
225 


Chester 
Huntington . 
Brimfield 
Bernardston 
WeUfleet 


'. '. - 1 


2 


22 


29 


8,348 


226 
227 
228 
229 
230 


New Marlborough 
Ashfield 
Charlemont . 
Petersham . 
New Salem . 

Total 


: .■ - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 




57 68 


38 


1,813 


1,644 


571,112 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS ■ 



129 



Continued 



Systems 



(Grades VII, VIII and IX), Yeab ending June 30, 1951 





i 


ft 
3 


EXPENDITURE TOK 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 


-SI'S 




fi 


si 
11 


<u 

a 

M 

2 
< 


GENERAL 


CONTROL 


o CI „- 

g'fto 


U 

o 


Is 

4 


O 

a 
< 


.2 ftS^ 

^1 s a o3 


2J 

la 
ft s 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


182 
180 


88 
92 


93 
99 


$27,328 90 
22,387 14 


$293 86 
226 13 


$15,391 89 
13,912 24 


$373 00 
640 02 


181 


79 


84 


15,294 08 


182 07 


9,880 00 


157 52 


182 


89 


94 


13,328 11 


141 79 


9,498 10 


526 04 


181 


90 


94 


27,679 44 


294 46 


16,847 37 


455 07 


180 


47 


50 


16,392 97 


327 86 


10,266 64 


202 73 


179 
180 


48 
60 


51 
64 


10,769 66 
10,190 40 


211 17 
159 23 


8,190 98 
6,428 65 


87 46 
39 23 


180 


52 


56 


16,624 24 


296 86 


9,976 49 


539 82 


180 


46 


49 


8,949 40 


182 64 


5,245 00 


20 22 


180 


3,165 


3,353 


$721,502 02 


$215 18 


$466,479 23 


$12,800 57 



130 



P.D. 2 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Senior High Schools 





PEINCIPALS AND 








Z 




TEACHERS 


.a 
B 

'+3 


PUPILS ENBOLLED 




TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


1 




i 
c a 

o o 


1 


s 


< 




95 96 


97 


98 


99 


100 


196 Norwell 

197 Chatham 

198 Georgetown 

199 Hardwick 

200 Littleton 


4 4 
6 4 


3 
6 


19 
30 


36 
35 


9,307 
10,528 


201 Groveland . 

202 Northfield . 

203 Hatfield 

204 Stockbridge . 

205 PlainviUe . 


3 3 
; 2 3 


3 
1 


15 
21 


40 
23 


8,666 
7,660 


206 WiUiamsburg 

207 Sheffield 

208 Tisbury 


: 


- 


- 


- 


- 


209 Shelburne . 

210 Orleans 


'. '64 


5 


44 


52 


16,406 


211 Dover 

212 Stowe . 

213 Mendon 

214 West Newbury 

215 Brookfield . 


3 4 

2 1 
2 3 


1 


15 

18 
18 


17 

22 
23 


5,312 

6,399 
6,999 


216 Oak Bluffs . 

217 Edgartown . 

218 Ashby 

219 Topsfield 

220 Sandwich 


1 1 1 CO 1 
1 1 1 CO 1 


- 


26 


17 


7,454 


221 Chester 

222 Huntington . 

223 Brimfield 

224 Bernardston 

225 Wellfleet 


2 2 


2 


15 


27 


6,734 


226 New Marlborougli 

227 Ashfield 

228 Charlemont . 

229 Petersham . 

230 New Salem . 


: - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Total 


113 108 


40 


1,094 


1,391 


402,808 


Towns in Group IV do not 
tain public high schools. The 
totals are, therefore 


main- 
State 

1,958 1,926 


113 


35,637 


37,423 


11,281,791 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



131 



Systems 



(Grades X, 


XI, AND 


XII), 


Year ending 


June 30, 


1951 






o 


"S 




3 
la 
2 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 


s 0.°' 




^.2 

a <" 

a 

M in 


■3 
•0 a, 




i 

> 




GENERAL 


CONTROL 


xpenditure for 
ries of princi 
supervisors, 
teachers 


s 




a 
a 


a 


er pupil in 
i^erage 
embership 
senior 
gh schools 


II 

St? 


< 


< 




< 




■< 


Ph Ss a OJ3 


H 


W 



101 


102 


103 


104 




105 


182 
180 


52 
58 


55 
64 


$20,616 
25,436 


55 

27 


S374 85 
397 44 


181 


48 


51 


19,348 


30 


379 38 


182 


42 


44 


18,454 


76 


419 43 


181 


91 


95 


30,490 


47 


320 95 


180 


30 


32 


21,624 


64 


675 77 


180 
180 


36 
39 


38 
40 


10,858 
17,280 


85 
64 


285 76 
432 02 


180 


41 


44 


17,361 


23 


394 57 


180 


37 


40 


12,392 


40 


309 81 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


180 


2,236 


2,376 


$811,122 28 


$341 38 


176 


64,155 


69,796 


$21,105,478 79 


$302 39 



106 


107 


$11,611 43 
19,778 58 


$281 39 
426 68 


13,021 00 


155 53 


13,610 09 


819 14 


20,376 97 


455 07 


15,658 70 


202 73 


8,162 48 
12,421 71 


96 43 

249 78 


9,976 50 


539 82 


8,838 50 


39 34 


$553,103 87 


$13,114 20 


$15,320,309 35 


$227,290 91 



132 



Geoup III. Towns of Less than 5,( 



P.D. 2. 
Population 



towns 



Public Day High Schools (Fouk 



PRINCIPALS AND 
TEACHERS 



FULL TIME 



PUPILS ENROLLED 



108 


109 


110 


111 


112 


113 


114 


196 Nor well ... 1 

197 Chatham ... 1 

198 Georgetown 1 

199 Hardwick ... 1 

200 Littleton . . 1 


4 
3 
3 


3 
3 

4 


1 
1 
4 


42 
46 
41 


56 
58 
51 


- 
16,193 
16,938 
14,934 


201 Groveland . . 1 

202 Northfield . . 1 

203 Hatfield . . 1 

204 Stockbridge ... 1 

205 Plainville . . 1 


1 

3 

8 


4 

4 
2 


2 


33 

43 
49 


59 

35 
53 


15,823 

12,865 
16,468 


206 Williamsburg 1 

207 Sheffield 1 

208 Tisbury . 1 

209 Shelburne ... 1 

210 Orleans ... 1 


3 

5 
6 

7 


3 

1 
5 


1 

2 
2 


37 

31 

47 

107 


56 
45 
65 
157 


14,522 
12,674 
17,662 
43,814 


211 Dover 1 

212 Stowe .... 1 

213 Mendon . . 1 

214 West Newbury 1 

215 Brookfield ... 1 


1 
2 


3 
2 


4 


34 

27 


46 
41 


13,564 
10,762 


216 Oak Bluffs ... 1 

217 Edgartown ... 1 

218 Ashby ... 1 

219 Topsfield ... 1 

220 Sandwich ... 1 


4 
4 
2 

3 


3 

4 
2 

3 


2 
2 
1 


38 
39 
32 

34 


33 
30 

27 

33 


11,607 
10,620 
9,350 

10,740 


221 Chester ... 1 

222 Huntington ... 1 

223 Brimfield ... 1 

224 Bernardston , 1 

225 Wellfleet ... 1 


1 
4 
1 

1 


5 
1 
3 

3 


2 
2 
2 

1 


43 
27 
23 

28 


61 

24 
40 

23 


17,216 
9,343 
9,937 

8.216 


226 New Marlborough 1 

227 Ashfield ... 1 

228 Charlemont ... 1 

229 Petersham ... 1 

230 New Salem ... 1 


2 
2 
2 
3 
2 


3 

2 
3 

1 
2 


2 
1 


19 
24 
41 
14 
63 


21 
23 

47 
19 
45 


6,044 
8,201 

14,671 
5,367 

17,081 


Total ... 95 


258 


233 


83 


3,762 


4,401 


1,330,477 


Group IV towns do not 
maintain high schools. 
The State totals are 
therefore . . . 267 


1,411 


1,370 


142 


25,950 


28,135 


8,725,882 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



133 



Years), Year ending June 30, 1951 



1 

-0 


•a 


.2* 

13 


EXPENDITURE FOR 
SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 




1 




< 


S 

i 

B 
> 


GENERAL CONTROL 


s c »J 

IB. W 


s 


h 
II 

< 


1 

< 


.s .^ 

PL, S 


11 


115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


120 


121 


181 
180 
180 


89 
91 
83 


93 
99 
89 


$28,534 40 
26,223 70 
27,830 18 


S306 82 
264 89 
312 70 


«19,699 72 
16,672 94 
19,941 21 


$345 03 
440 22 
394 23 


182 


87 


92 


19,250 64 


209 25 


13,417 43 


179 90 


181 
181 


71 
92 


77 
97 


30,169 36 
38,541 09 


391 81 
397 33 


21,900 36 
26,289 49 


264 51 
973 13 


184 
181 
180 
180 


79 

71 

98 

243 


84 

75 

105 

257 


22,836 48 
21,608 82 
29,441 04 
54,870 39 


271 86 
288 12 
280 39 
213 50 


15,782 24 
14,802 44 
19,864 20 
34,695 09 


401 35 
322 87 
530 87 
411 78 


182 
181 


75 
59 


78 
64 


20,740 12 
18,686 95 


265 90 
291 98 


12,038 34 
11,383 60 


373 49 
350 19 


180 
180 
181 


64 
59 
52 


69 
71 
65 


22,363 29 
30,428 26 
18,143 23 


324 11 

428 57 
329 88 


15,026 97 
21,506 87 
11,336 18 


538 49 
652 85 
336 90 


180 


60 


63 


22,904 58 


363 56 


14,992 19 


363 89 


180 
180 
180 


96 
52 
58 


102 
55 
62 


23,621 47 
23,092 99 
20,944 33 


231 58 
419 87 
337 81 


16,752 23 
14,561 00 
12,137 36 


341 45 
589 43 
108 04 


180 


46 


48 


14,187 31 


295 57 


8,360 80 


428 94 


181 
180 
181 
183 

180 


33 
46 
81 
29 
95 


36 
48 
87 
31 
103 


15,567 65 
17,910 03 
23,183 22 
19,241 23 
15,935 23 


432 43 
373 13 
266 47 
620 68 
154 71 


10,768 44 
10,880 05 
13,359 66 
13,168 47 
10,125 18 


125 06 
297 24 
294 23 
261 09 
495 78 


182 


7,325 


7,796 


S2,227,380 06 


$285 71 


$1,444,618 17 


$35,381 04 


181 


48,340 


51,488 


$14,139,106 46 


$274 61 


$9,857,486 14 


$207,288 83 



134 



Group III. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Pebbons 5 TO 16 Years 









5 TO 


7 Years 






7 TO 


TOWNS 


a 
o 




B 


g 


1=1 § 




§ 




•^ 00 






O 


OS 5 


o 


■-G s" 




■Ebi 
2-0 


^11 




3-3 3 
1^ « 




1^ 

2-3 




a 


d 




a 


a 


•z 

















>— 1 



196 Norwell 

197 Chatham 

198 Georgetown 

199 Hard wick . 

200 Littleton 

201 Groveland . 

202 Northfield . 

203 Hatfield 

204 Stockbridge . 

205 Plainville . 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Sheffield 

208 Tisbury 

209 Shelburne . 

210 Orleans 

211 Dover 

212 Stowe . 

213 Mendon 

214 West Newbury 

215 Brookfield . 

216 Oak Bluffs . 

217 Edgartown . 

218 Ashby 

219 Topsfield 

220 Sandwich . 

221 Chester 

222 Huntington . 

223 Brimfield 

224 Bernardston 

225 WeUfleet 

226 New Marlborough 

227 Ashfield 

228 Charlemont . 

229 Petersham . 

230 New Salem . 

Total 



130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


105 


75 


4 


_ 


26 


397 


102 


102 


- 


- 


- 


319 


92 


67 


- 


- 


25 


318 


72 


38 


3 


- 


31 


373 


78 


61 


- 


- 


17 


303 


68 


53 


_ 


_ 


15 


340 


JO 


51 


- 


- 


19 


300 


62 


50 


1 


- 


11 


255 


64 


59 


4 


- 


1 


244 


64 


29 


11 


- 


24 


305 


50 


50 


_ 


_ 


_ 


303 


43 


38 


- 


— 


5 


275 


72 


60 


- 


- 


12 


267 


60 


59 


- 


- 


1 


217 


46 


29 


- 


- 


17 


232 


74 


62 


12 


_ 


_ 


273 


58 


40 


- 


- 


18 


227 


55 


33 


5 


- 


17 


261 


51 


43 


- 


_ 


8 


364 


56 


40 


1 


- 


15 


227 


45 


35 


_ 


_ 


10 


250 


52 


36 


- 


- 


16 


193 


72 


47 


1 


_ 


24 


190 


60 


59 


1 


- 


_ 


208 


41 


24 


- 


- 


17 


149 


46 


28 


_ 


_ 


18 


210 


33 


31 


— 


_ 


2 


178 


50 


24 


4 


1 


21 


195 


30 


28 


- 


- 


2 


171 


35 


22 


- 


- 


13 


135 


23 


23 


_ 


_ 


_ 


127 


27 


21 


- 


_ 


6 


133 


28 


20 


- 


- 


8 


108 


28 


20 


_ 


_ 


8 


132 


12 


6 


- 


- 


6 


62 


9,673 


6,669 


604 


6 


2,394 


38,299 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



135 



OP Age, Oct. 1, 1950 



16 Years 



e. J ft 






(S'O.S- 

43 m IB 
-^ 



so3 

O O JQ 



Is 

.2 

"3 .3 3 
u 0-43 



H to 

(U 



Illiterate 
MlNOES, 16 TO 21 

Years of Age 



.2 " 



la OiO 



•- S S . 



136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


372 


21 


_ 


_ 


3 


1 


_ 


- 


319 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


315 


2 


- 


1 


- 


— 


- 


- 


289 


84 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


300 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


326 


8 


_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


270 


28 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


238 


11 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


223 


18 


- 


2 


- 


1 


— 


- 


280 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


289 


_ 


_ 


14 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


265 


10 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


267 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


212 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


225 


1 


- 


1 


4 


1 


- 


- 


194 


78 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


- 


223 


- 


1 


2 


1 


— 


1 


- 


236 


24 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


207 


156 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


224 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


250 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


193 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


185 


5 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


200 


7 


— 


— 


1 


- 


- 


- 


147 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


206 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


_ 


- 


174 


2 


— 


1 


— 


1 


— 


— 


182 


8 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


167 


2 


— 


1 


1 


- 


— 


- 


135 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


126 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


132 


— 


_ 


— 


- 


1 


— 


— 


105 


- 


- 


- 


— 


3 


— 


— 


127 


3 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


62 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


35,162 


2,714 


14 


162 


98 


149 


36 


8 



136 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membership in Public Day 









Elementakt Schools 




l^ 


fiS 














TOWNS 


15 


1-^ 
a 


3 g 


















m V 


l« 


^ 


w 


M 


■>* 


>o 






JSi 


S-o 


S'g 


(0 


(B 


a> 


a> 


<9 






v 


" S 


S3 2 


T) 


•a 


TJ 


■O 


T3 






a 




j:i bo 


fS 


? 


c3 


03 


2 






s 






u 


h 




u 











6 














6 






144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


196 


Norwell 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






197 


Chatham 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


198 


Georgetown 


- 


_ 


- 


52 


50 


60 


41 


37 


199 


Hardwick 


- 


- 


- 


38 


44 


40 


35 


28 


200 


Littleton 


- 


- 




58 


51 


51 


38 


30 


201 


Groveland 


_ 


_ 


_ 


41 


55 


55 


50 


41 


202 


Northfield . 


_ 


_ 


_ 












203 


Hatfield 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35 


36 


39 


27 


21 


204 


Stockbridge . 


20 


_ 


_ 


43 


36 


37 


27 


24 


205 


Plainville 


- 


- 


- 












206 


Williamsburg 


_ 


_ 


_ 


43 


35 


41 


43 


41 


207 


Sheffield 


- 


- 


_ 


31 


43 


42 


23 


38 


208 


Tisbury 


32 


_ 


_ 


43 


43 


40 


31 


35 


209 


Shelburne . 


- 


- 


_ 


37 


30 


25 


21 


24 


210 


Orleans 


- 


- 


- 












211 


Dover 


_ 
















212 


Stowe . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


42 


36 


30 


27 


24 


213 


Mendon 


- 


_ 


_ 


28 


38 


36 


27 


24 


214 


West Newbury 


_ 


_ 


_ 












215 


Brookfield . 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


216 


Oak Bluffs . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


33 


30 


46 


27 


24 


217 


Edgartown . 


- 


_ 


- 


39 


28 


26 


25 


33 


218 


Ashby 


- 


- 


- 


31 


32 


32 


28 


27 


219 


Topsfield 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


220 


Sandwich 


- 


- 


- 


18 


27 


17 


18 


16 


221 


Chester 


_ 


_ 


_ 


26 


27 


32 


25 


22 


222 


Huntington . 


- 


_ 


1 


34 


36 


26 


20 


26 


223 


Brimfield 


_ 


_ 




21 


25 


21 


24 


22 


224 


Bernardston 


_ 


— 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


225 


WeUfleet 


- 


- 


- 


14 


22 


17 


20 


13 


226 


New Marlborough 


_ 


_ 


_ 


26 


21 


16 


13 


18 


227 


Ashfield 


- 


- 


- 


29 


12 


26 


17 


10 


228 


Charlemont . 


_ 


- 


_ 


21 


11 


16 


10 


18 


229 


Petersham 


_ 


_ 


_ 


21 


18 


20 


18 


14 


230 


New Salem . 
Total 


- 


- 


- 


6 


7 


6 


6 


5 




367 


46 


41 


3,402 


3,552 


3,324 


2,817 


2,785 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING Htgh SCHOOLS — Continued 



137 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 



(Grades 


I TO VIII) 








High Schools (Four Years) 










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152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


22 


33 


34 




- 


329 


24 


25 


26 


19 


1 


95 


424 


39 


25 


23 




- 


272 


29 


31 


22 


22 


- 


104 


376 


35 


31 


24 




- 


318 


26 


24 


23 


17 


2 


92 


410 


33 


25 


28 




- 


328 


29 


20 


20 


24 


- 


93 


421 


25 


22 


30 




_ 


235 


23 


24 


17 


14 


_ 


78 


313 


33 


26 


30 




- 


276 


31 


29 


29 


12 


- 


101 


377 


42 


34 


38 






317 


27 


24 


23 


19 




93 


410 


32 


29 


21 




- 


259 


28 


16 


14 


17 


_ 


75 


334 


41 


35 


41 




- 


341 


26 


26 


29 


24 


- 


105 


446 


22 


26 


24 




: 


209 


93 


64 


56 


48 


3 


264 


473 


25 


20 


21 




- 


225 


22 


28 


17 


12 


- 


79 


304 


24 


33 


19 




: 


229 


19 


22 


16 


11 


- 


68 


297 


21 


29 


24 






234 


19 


24 


15 


14 




72 


306 


24 


21 


26 




- 


222 


16 


12 


16 


22 


_ 


66 


288 


31 


12 


17 




- 


210 


18 


15 


14 


7 


- 


54 


264 


23 


25 


21 




- 


165 


16 


21 


16 


14 


1 


68 


233 


24 


21 


20 




_ 


197 


31 


23 


29 


22 


_ 


105 


302 


17 


20 


10 




- 


190 


16 


13 


15 


10 


- 


54 


244 


33 


18 


16 




- 


180 


26 


18 


10 


10 


- 


64 


244 


15 


13 


14 




- 


128 


17 


15 


8 


7 


1 


48 


176 


14 


15 


11 




_ 


134 


10 


8 


7 


8 


_ 


33 


167 


17 


13 


17 




- 


141 


9 


13 


17 


8 


- 


47 


188 


17 


11 


12 




- 


116 


20 


18 


14 


13 


_ 


65 


181 


21 


12 


20 




- 


144 


9 


7 


8 


9 


- 


33 


177 


5 


9 


7 




- 


51 


40 


30 


21 


16 


1 


108 


159 


2,555 


2,537 


2,353 




- 23,779 


2,452 


2,157 


1,895 


1,550 


16 


8,070 


31,849 



138 



P.D. 2 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membebship in Public Dat 











ELEMENTAET SCHOOLS (GRADES I TO Vl) 


TOWNS 


rS 




^^ 












(-< 




03 










■fj 


. 




■3t) 












o 


rif 


M tS (U 


o 




CO ■* lO 






II 




(U c3^ 


•o 


-d 


13 T3 -a 




a 


a 


-g 5^ 


03 


03 


^ rt oi 




s 


o 




o 


O 


o 


o o o 



196 NorweU 

197 Chatham 

198 Georgetown 

199 Hardwick 

200 Littleton 

201 Groveland 

202 Northfield 

203 Hatfield 

204 Stockbridge 

205 Plainville 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Sheffield 

208 Tisbury 

209 Shelburne . 

210 Orleans 



211 Dover 

212 Stowe . 

213 Mendon 

214 West Newbury 

215 Brookfield . 

216 Oak Bluffs . 

217 Edgartown . 

218 Ashby 

219 Topsfield 

220 Sandwich . 

221 Chester 

222 Huntington . 

223 Brimfield 

224 Bernardston 

225 WeOfleet 

226 New Marlborough 

227 Ashfield 

228 Charlemont . 

229 Petersham . 

230 New Salem . 

Total 



164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


45 


- 


- 


63 
49 


47 
58 


59 
37 


73 
35 


41 
35 


- 


- 


- 


37 


36 


42 


35 


22 


- 


- 


- 


34 


41 


38 


31 


27 


- 


- 


- 


27 


32 


30 


32 


22 


27 


- 


- 


37 


34 


31 


24 


29 


- 


- 


- 


35 
40 


39 
35 


39 
33 


27 
32 


18 
29 


30 


- 


- 


31 


40 


39 


39 


26 


- 


- 


- 


23 


26 


24 


12 


24 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


507 


10 


3 


1,777 


1,863 


1,648 


1,444 


1,339 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



139 



Systems 



Schools 


BY Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 


















JUNIOB HIGH SCHOOLe 






SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 










(QBADES VII TO IX) 






(grades X TO 


xn) 










(^ (H ^ M 








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O gj3 O O 








a 


















03 




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o 


1-1 N 


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to 
a 
T3 
2 


1 


(h U tN 

o o o 


3 


o 

T3 


2 2 


■§§2 


o 


•a 


o 


H 


o a o 


H 


o 


O O 


o 


H 


O 


172 


173 


174 175 176 


177 


178 


179 180 


181 


182 


183 


44 


327 


34 35 26 


95 


24 


15 14 


1 


54 


476 


42 


301 


36 38 28 


102 


26 


26 13 


- 


65 


468 


_ 


_ 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


_ _ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35 


207 


30 26 27 


83 


13 


19 19 


1 


52 


342 




I 


_ I _ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


26 


197 


28 40 28 


96 


16 


13 16 


_ 


45 


338 


26 


169 


28 15 53 


96 


35 


35 23 


- 


93 


358 


18 


200 


15 23 14 


52 


14 


7 11 


1 


33 


285 


30 


188 


19 17 16 


52 


11 


11 18 


~ 


40 


280 


14 


183 


29 22 15 


66 


22 


12 8 




42 


291 


20 


225 


21 21 13 


55 


16 


16 11 


- 


43 


323 


11 


120 


19 14 18 


51 


14 


17 11 


- 


42 


213 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,242 


9,833 


1,283 1,106 1,061 


3,450 


910 


819 694 


17 


2,440 


15,723 



140 



P.D. 2. 
Group III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OF 



TEACHERS COLLEGE OR 
NORMAL SCHOOL 






SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOB 






196 Norwell 

197 Chatham 

198 Georgetown 

199 Hard wick 

200 Littleton 

201 Groveland 

202 Northfield 

203 Hatfield 

204 Stockbridge 

205 Plainville 

206 Williamsburg 

207 Sheffield 

208 Tisbury 

209 Shelburne . 

210 Orleans 



211 Dover 

212 Stowe . 

213 Mendon 

214 West Newbury 

215 Brookfield . 

216 Oak Bluffs . 

217 Edgartown . 

218 Ashby 

219 Topsfield 

220 Sandwich 

221 Chester 

222 Huntington . 

223 Brimfield 

224 Bernardston 

225 WeUfleet 

226 New Marlborough 

227 Ashfield 

228 Charlemont . 

229 Petersham . 

230 New Salem . 

Total 



184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


3 


6 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


5 


2 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


6 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- , 


- 


_ 


3 


- 


4 


1 


1 


- 


- 


3 


3 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


4 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


4 


- 


3 


1 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


5 


1 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


6 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 


1 


- 


3 


- 


1 


- 


3 


1 


3 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


1 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




2 


5 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


_ 


_ 


2 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


2 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


4 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


_ 


2 


- 


- ■ 


- 


- 


1 


3 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1 
4 


2 


: 


: 


: 


: 


: 


1 


2 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 
3 


_ 


_ 


~ 


_ 


~ 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


268 


423 


129 


274 


31 


25 


11 


30 



Pt. II. 

AJMD MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



141 



Continued 



Classified according to Training, Jan. 1, 1951 





JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 


"S 


3 

o 




Graduate of 


1 


o 
o-g 

(B to 

S a 

O lO 




a) to 


O 
Ml 
S 

'o 
O 


TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 
NORMAL SCHOOL 


SECONDARY SCHOOL WITH 
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOK 


•a 

&° 
^^ 

II 

1" 




O 10 


With 
diploma 
(2 years) 

With 
diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

With 
degree 


1 year only 

2 years 
only 

3 years 
or more 


"3 
o 
Eh 



192 


193 


194 


195 


196 


197 


198 


199 


200 


201 


202 


203 


- 


11 
11 
12 
9 
10 


- 


2 
2 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


2 
2 


- 


11 

9 

10 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


: 


11 
6 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


-^ 


- 


- 


2 


1 


9 
10 
10 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


: 


7 
6 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


10 
9 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


6 
6 
5 

S 
7 
8 
8 
8 

8 
6 
8 
5 

4 

4 
5 
3 

3 


3 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


3 

1 

1 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


1,193 


78 


8 


3 


27 


4 


2 


- 


2 


- 


124 



142 



P.D. 2. 
Ghoup III. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Full Time Principals and Teachers, CLASSiriED according to Training, 

HIGH SCHOOLS 



GRADUATE OP 





TOWNS 




TEACHERS COLLEGE OB 


SECOND ART 


SCHOOL WITH 








NORMAL SCHOOL 


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR 






'ith 

diploma 
(2 years) 

'ith 

diploma 
(3 or 4 
years) 

'ith 
degree 


>> 

1 
1 


years 
only 

years 
or more 


d c 
o o 






o 


^ ^ (S 




(N CO 


oa m 






204 


205 206 207 


;o8 


209 210 


211 


196 


Norwell 


7 


1 


_ 


_ 




197 


Chatham 


. [10 


_ _ _ 


- 


- - 


- 


198 


Georgetown 


4 


1 2 


- 


- - 


- 


199 


Hardwick 


6 


_ _■ _ 


- 


- - 


- 


200 


Littleton 


4 


- - 2 


- 


- 


- 


201 


Groveland . 


4 


1 


- 


_ 


- 


202 


Northfield . 


4 


1 - 1 


- 


- - 


- 


203 


Hatfield 


6 


_ _ _ 


- 


1 


~ 


204 


Stookbridge . 


8 


- - 2 


- 


- - 




205 


PlainviUe 


5 


- - - 


- 


- 


- 


206 


WUliamsburfi: 


5 


1 


- 


- 


- 


207 


Sheffield 


5 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


208 


Tisbury 


5 


1 - 1 


- 


- - 


- 


209 


Shelburne 


11 


1 


- 


- - 


- 


210 


Orleans 


8 


1 


- 


1 


- 


211 


Dover 


7 


_ - - 


- 


- 


- 


212 


Stov/e . 


3 


_ _ _ 


- 


1 


- 


213 


Mendon 


3 


1 


- 


- - 


- 


214 


West Newbury 


3 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


215 


Brookfield . 


5 


_ _ _ 


- 


~ ~ 


~ 


216 


Oak Bluffs . 


5 


1 1 


- 


- 


- 


217 


Edgartown . 


7 


1 


- 


- - 


- 


218 


Ashby 


3 


1 


- 


- - 


- 


219 


Topsfield 


3 


1 - 2 


- 


- - 


~ 


220 


Sandwich 


5 


1 


- 


- 


~ 


221 


Chester 


5 


1 


- 


_ ■ 


- 


222 


Huntington . 


4 


1 


- 


- - 


- 


223 


Brimfield 


3 


1 


- 


- - 


- 


224 


Bernardston 


3 


_ _ - 


- 


1 


- 


225 


Wellfleet 


3 


1 


- 


- 


^ 


226 


New Marlborough 


5 


_ _ - 


- 


- 


- 


227 


Ashfield 


4 


- - - 


- 


- - 


- 


228 


Charlemont . 


5 


_ _ _ 


- 


- - 


- 


229 


Petersham . 


4 


_ _ _ 


- 


- 


- 


230 


New Salem . 
Total 


3 


1 


- 


_ 


" 




. 567 


17 11 94 


2 


10 6 


4 



Pt. II. 

AND MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Concluded 



143 



Jan. 1, 


1951 


School Buildings in 
USE, Jan. 1, 1951 


Buildings 

USED FOR 








"3 






















Total 


O o 










?a 












Valuation 


o » 










<a o 












OF 


O to 


3 

o 


ii 


0-3 

6 :=! 


hree-room 
buildings 

our-room 
buildings 


•go 


"3 

O 


^ 


rt'S' 


"1 

o 
1 


T3 

II 


School 
Propertt 


I? 


H 


o 


H 


H fe 


« 


H 


s 


i-s 


OJ 


O 




212 


213 


214 


215 


216 217 


218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


222a 


223 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


$522,000 00 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ - 


1 


1 


- 


— 


- 


1 


720,000 00 


- 


7 


_ 


- 


- - 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


310,500 00 


- 


6 


- 


- 


1 1 


2 


4 


3 


- 


1 


— 


181,200 00 


1 


7 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


158,000 00 


_ 


5 


1 


2 


1 


1 


5 


4 


_ 


_ 


1 


179,500 00 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- - 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


214,500 00 


- 


7 


- 


1 


- - 


2 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


224,500 00 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


400,000 00 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


100,000 00 


_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


- 


1 


101,790 00 


- 


5 


1 


1 


- - 


1 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


68,100 00 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


227,500 00 


- 


12 


- 


- 


1 1 


3 


5 


2 


- 


3 


5 


86,600 00 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


437,500 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


151,100 00 


- 


4 


- 


2 


- - 


1 


3 


2 


- 


- 


1 


218,500 00 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


60,500 00 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


46,800 00 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


92,500 00 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


130,800 00 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


263,000 00 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


. 108,000 00 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


97,000 00 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


265,000 00 


_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


1 


_ 


1 


_ 


151,000 00 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- - 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


271,300 00 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- - 


2 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


138,800 00 


- 


4 


4 


- 


- - 


1 


5 


4 


- 


- 


1 


206,000 00 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


61,000 00 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


57,400 00 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


108,000 00 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


— 


- 


1 


210,600 00 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- - 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


56,200 00 


- 


4 


1 


1 


2 


1 


5 


2 


- 


3 


5 


20,800 00 


2 


713 


17 


30 


12 38 


167 


264 


167 


2 


57 


49 


.«:30,683,470 00 



144 



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P.D. 2. 

Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 











Teaching Staff in All Public Day 






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TIME 






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1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


231 


Longmeadow 


6,4532 


$16,263,050 


1 


4 


43 


48 


_ 


232 


Seekonk 


6,0872 


8,662,157 


1 


1 


33 


35 


- 


233 


Bedford 


5,2162 


4,079,375 


1 


- 


16 


17 


3 


234 


Dudley 


5,1662 


3,131,200 


1 


1 


19 


21 


- 


235 


East Longmeadow 


4,856 


8,869,285 


- 


- 


18 


18 


2 


236 


North Reading 


4.421 


4,152,525 


1 


_ 


23 


24 


1 


237 


Acushnet 


4,402 


3,094,505 


- 


- 


18 


18 


- 


238 


Shirley 


4,279 


2,131,310 


- 


- 


11 


11 


2 


239 


Wilbraham . 


3,985 


5,184,862 


1 


- 


18 


19 


2 


240 


Lynnfield 


3,925 


8,818,906 


2 


- 


19 


21 


- 


241 


Rehoboth 


3,692 


3,567,725 


- 


_ 


20 


20 


- 


242 


Hull . 


3,331 


19,951,755 


- 


1 


26 


27 


3 


243 


Hanson 


3,248 


4,074,090 


- 


- 


18 


18 


3 


244 


Middleton . 


2,913 


2.379,818 


1 


- 


10 


11 


2 


245 


Southwick . 


2,839 


3,461,753 


1 


- 


14 


15 


1 


246 


Sturbridge 


2,791 


2,509,980 


_ 


_ 


12 


12 


1 


247 


Westminster 


2.773 


2,463.241 


1 


- — 


12 


13 


3 


248 


Norfolk 


2,688 


2,068,376 


- 


- 


9 


9 


4 


249 


Salisbury 


2.672 


3,719,865 


- 


- 


16 


16 


2 


250 


Upton 


2,671 


1,596,038 


- 


- 


11 


11 


4 


251 


Nahant 


2,654 


5,482,810 


_ 


1 


16 


17 


3 


252 


Ashburnham 


2,604 


2,199,822 


- 


- 


16 


16 


1 


253 


Dennis 


2,427 


9,515,825 


- 


- 


14 


14 


2 


254 


Raynham 


2,426 


2,486,174 


- 


- 


12 


12 


1 


255 


Lincoln 


2,329 


4,564,673 


1 


- 


18 


19 


- 


256 


Marion 


2,239 


5,362,498 


_ 


_ 


14 


14 


- 


257 


Mattapoisett 


2,220 


4,337,247 


1 


- 


11 


12 


5 


258 


Sterling 


2,165 


2,559,510 


1 


- 


10 


11 


3 


269 


Freetown 


2.100 


2.133,460 


1 


- 


10 


11 


1 


260 


Lakeville 


2,069 


2,322.133 


- 


- 


9 


9 


1 


261 


Tyngsborough 


2.030 


1,809,677 


_ 


_ 


9 


9 


3 


262 


Newbury 


1,985 


2,626,163 


- 


- 


8 


8 


2 


263 


Lanesborough 


1,962 


1,756,073 


1 


- 


11 


12 


1 


264 


Cheshire 


1,919 


1,481,145 


- 


- 


9 


9 


1 


265 


Granby 


1.862 


2,009,685 


- 


- 


9 


9 


2 


266 


Essex . 


1,795 


2,089,328 




_ 


9 


9 


3 


267 


Rowley 


1,759 


1,702,118 




- 


9 


9 


2 


268 


Millville 


1.689 


1,036.234 


- 


- 


8 


8 


1 


269 


Boylston 


1.688 


1,143,722 


- 


- 


8 


8 


- 


270 


West Brookfieia 


1.638 


1,761,159 


1 


- 


7 


8 


3 


271 


Wenham 


1.636 


4,398,360 


1 


_ 


10 


11 


3 


272 


Buckland 


1,597 


2,918,862 


- 


- 


8 


8 


3 


273 


Colrain 


1,541 


1,587,685 


- 


- 


8 


8 


3 


274 


Carver 


1,530 


3,613.335 


- 


- 


10 


10 


1 


275 


Hinsdale 


1.459 


1,405,064 


- 


- 


8 


8 


2 


276 


Clarksburg . 


1,431 


752,757 


_ 


- 


8 


8 


- 


277 


Southampton 


1,386 


1,423,828 


- 


- 


5 


5 


2 


278 


Berlin . 


1.348 


1,334,465 


1 


- 


5 


6 


4 


279 


Erving 


1,325 


2,037,710 


- 


- 


8 


8 


4 


280 


Rochester 


1.323 


1,614,243 


- 


~ 


7 


7 


2 



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' These towns have been exempted from maintaining high schools. 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



145 



Pupii/S IN All Public Day Schools — Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, 
High — Year ending June 30, 1951 



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8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


1,037 


171,824 


950 


181 


1,019 


194 


9 


1,204 


954 


154,040 


858 


180 


909 


176 


- 


1,085 


454 


71,304 


401 


178 


426 


96 


1 


521 


494 


79,478 


462 


176 


476 


87 


5 


568 


560 


91,635 


520 


175 


557 


294 


4 


847 


761 


124.334 


691 


180 


760 


150 


13 


897 


478 


76,010 


449 


169 


469 


74 


2 


641 


269 


40,818 


239 


171 


251 


69 


_ 


310 


495 


76,918 


439 


176 


471 


72 


1 


642 


574 


89,564 


534 


168 


676 


166 


- 


741 


610 


101,532 


566 


180 


599 


80 


6 


673 


731 


106,705 


628 


170 


701 


137 


6 


832 


536 


85,575 


487 


176 


529 


122 


14 


637 


360 


77,515 


322 


161 


354 


93 


2 


446 


426 


63.816 


378 


169 


407 


79 


10 


476 


375 


55,750 


334 


167 


354 


54 


12 


396 


349 


67,784 


322 


180 


338 


76 


6 


408 


284 


45,249 


265 


171 


284 


73 


_ 


367 


413 


62,325 


373 


167 


401 


81 


1 


481 


326 


52,478 


255 


176 


351 


131 


9 


473 


465 


72,882 


409 


178 


445 


64 


_ 


509 


383 


59,470 


350 


170 


374 


30 


_ 


404 


312 


48,193 


282 


171 


302 


91 


3 


390 


363 


64,946 


317 


173 


338 


93 


6 


425 


383 


59,516 


336 


177 


366 


91 


6 


460 


363 


57,611 


327 


176 


353 


36 


6 


383 


351 


57,203 


323 


177 


343 


73 


4 


412 


379 


59,977 


334 


180 


351 


64 


1 


414 


327 


48,998 


289 


170 


316 


72 


17 


371 


271 


42,983 


248 


173 


263 


73 


- 


336 


326 


48,179 


285 


169 


307 


91 


_ 


398 


220 


32,138 


189 


170 


206 


43 


1 


247 


294 


46,464 


269 


176 


280 


76 


3 


363 


289 


42.408 


260 


164 


277 


84 


10 


351 


264 


37,861 


225 


168 


249 


60 


5 


304 


248 


39,032 


226 


172 


244 


48 


_ 


292 


297 


45,270 


264 


171 


292 


64 


5 


351 


203 


30,911 


179 


173 


190 


30 




220 


232 


37,871 


218 


174 


233 


60 


6 


287 


292 


44,736 


254 


176 


276 


80 


19 


337 


220 


36,181 


207 


175 


219 


61 


1 


269 


247 


39,172 


232 


170 


246 


56 


26 


275 


219 


34,536 


203 


171 


219 


49 


6 


262 


284 


44,634 


261 


171 


276 


75 


21 


330 


243 


39,376 


232 


170 


246 


50 


13 


283 


161 


24,308 


140 


173 


150 


53 


_ 


203 


206 


32,993 


190 


174 


205 


35 


4 


236 


171 


28,229 


161 


176 


168 


43 


10 


201 


195 


30,871 


181 


170 


190 


40 


2 


228 


218 


33,623 


194 


173 


211 


31 


8 


234 



146 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Itemized Expenditures fob Support of All Public 



TOWNS 









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> 0) 


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16 


17 


18 


19 


231 


Longmeadow 


$10,277 40 


S171,959 


00 


$5,347 


76 


S9,606 


50 


232 


Seekonk 


4,813 


85 


92,627 


58 


1,067 


26 


4,648 


68 


233 


Bedford 


1,363 


38 


52,628 


16 


561 


20 


3,716 


28 


234 


Dudley 


4,231 


22 


63,010 


60 


1,573 


52 


2,563 


61 


235 


East Longmeadow 


5,390 


13 


52,338 


38 


956 


15 


3,371 


36 


236 


North Reading 


6,509 


14 


55,404 


97 


672 


86 


2,429 


40 


237 


Acushnet 


5,703 


85 


51,809 


50 


2,220 


58 


1,173 


56 


238 


Shirley 


2,545 


78 


29,158 


50 


448 


22 


781 


65 


239 


Wilbraham . 


4,919 


29 


55,845 


13 


1,423 


00 


2,380 


70 


240 


Lynnfield 


3,271 


63 


58,080 


40 


5,142 


52 


3,818 


89 


241 


Rehoboth 


3,050 


25 


44,214 


73 


1,269 


62 


3,081 


16 


242 


HuU . 


8,714 


23 


93,429 


29 


2,794 


66 


3,940 


64 


243 


Hanson 


3,139 


06 


45,864 


12 


1,091 


38 


2,828 


88 


244 


Middleton . 


996 


29 


33,563 


27 


1,176 


03 


659 


37 


245 


Southwick . 


2,630 


51 


41,620 79 


1,778 


98 


2,191 


06 


246 


Sturbridge . 


4,388 90 


28,693 


25 


1,038 


91 


1,399 


78 


247 


Westminster 


2,947 97 


36,308 


45 


1,636 


68 


1,541 


92 


248 


Norfolk 


2,338 22 


24,102 


62 


589 


49 


1,504 


01 


249 


Salisbury 


2,721 


69 


41,539 


90 


1,579 


23 


1,447 


97 


250 


Upton 


2,698 38 


26,721 


37 


1,372 


36 


1,912 


01 


251 


Nahant 


7,013 


31 


52,052 


55 


641 


80 


2,284 


56 


252 


Ashburnham 


4,118 


28 


35,840 


25 


911 


69 


3,121 


28 


253 


Dennis 


2,723 


65 


39,630 


30 


926 


43 


2,873 


09 


254 


Raynham 


3,032 


85 


29,748 83 


304 


31 


1,808 


73 


255 


Lincoln 


8,716 


18 


49,742 


38 


1,415 


20 


3,598 


22 


256 


Marion 


6,543 


31 


47,404 


60 


1,542 


85 


2,089 


28 


257 


Mattapoisett 


2,480 77 


35,758 


72 


838 


40 


1,527 


53 


258 


Sterling 


2,886 


13 


30,835 


72 


2,057 


10 


1,226 


96 


259 


Freetown 


2,404 


50 


28,764 


50 


457 


82 


853 


51 


260 


Lakeville 


3,045 


10 


20,191 


32 


459 


40 


771 


91 


261 


Tyngsborough 


1,868 


82 


22,602 


32 


835 


30 


724 


17 


262 


Newbury 


2,469 


89 


21,754 


60 


277 


69 


985 


89 


263 


Lanesborough 


3,362 47 


28,513 


26 


1,752 


93 


2,618 


21 


264 


Cheshire 


3,040 


50 


20,653 


41 


290 


57 


1,062 


75 


265 


Granby 


1,628 


25 


23,962 


50 


674 


39 


1,871 


10 


266 


Essex . 


3,057 


65 


24,549 


23 


857 


92 


1,096 


35 


267 


Rowley 


1,698 


32 


24,740 


50 


460 


39 


1,117 


44 


268 


Millville 


2,378 00 


20,525 


00 


890 


17 


343 


75 


269 


Boylston 


1,819 


97 


20,991 


49 


1,123 


83 


1,004 


94 


270 


West Brookfield 


1,982 


01 


20,486 


03 


757 


66 


1,.589 


50 


271 


Wenham 


2,949 


09 


31,907 


00 


751 


92 


2,199 


93 


272 


Buckland 


2,951 


54 


25,440 


67 


596 


01 


1,147 


88 


273 


Colrain 


2,961 


88 


24,723 


72 


317 


83 


713 


07 


274 


Carver 


3,072 


84 


25,039 


76 


387 44 


040 


73 


275 


Hinsdale 


3,752 


04 


22,625 


75 


76 


68 


928 


61 


276 


Clarksburg . 


2,048 97 


18,785 


25 


433 


11 


950 


26 


277 


Southampton 


1,702 


48 


15,309 


54 


655 


99 


1,068 


87 


278 


Berlin . 


2,223 


53 


17,833 


76 


833 


55 


409 


97 


279 


Erving 


2,850 98 


21,762 


86 


618 


89 


1,145 


02 


280 


Rochester 


2,661 


26 


16,985 


37 


730 


29 


452 


26 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLs — Continued 



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21 




22 


23 


24 


25 


$31,776 07 


$2,597 


50 


_ 


$2,611 


33 


- 




.$5,920 09 


14,272 42 


5,760 74 


- 


1,577 


37 


$8,375 


13 


5,356 06 


9,185 97 


4,107 


03 


_ 


1,086 


23 


6,506 


00 


4,876 70 


10,602 21 


2,557 


08 


$25 52 


587 


94 


7,056 


51 


1,368 43 


12,115 51 


3,592 


30 




1,976 


69 


5,746 


10 


11,953 90 


9,743 23 


1,860 


83 


_ 


1,625 


88 


14,714 


50 


7,300 00 


12,652 41 


5,733 


64 


_ 


450 


00 


3,393 


38 


1,825 36 


5,482 88 


1,656 


37 


_ 


200 


00 


4,302 


50 


2,006 50 


14,330 81 


1,819 


57 


_ 


1,853 


49 


12,614 


00 


7,295 70 


13,539 58 


1,142 


37 


- 


934 


63 


10,423 


70 


6,206 16 


7,812 54 


1,855 


38 


_ 


1,416 


71 


12,2.37 


49 


7,499 09 


23,622 22 


860 


80 


816 52 


9,132 


86 


14,400 


00 


10,356 00 


9,880 68 


1,614 


82 


83 80 


1,814 


14 


9,381 


24 


5,500 80 


4,770 67 


153 


34 


.58 61 


970 


38 


2,. 500 


00 


3,013 50 


7,934 42 


1,824 


90 


252 65 


1,252 


21 


5,352 


60 


9,653 72 


8,237 64 


916 


62 


145 61 


446 


95 


5,839 


22 


8,143 59 


5,185 44 


4,795 


35 


_ 


1,167 


66 


9,225 


20 


6,000 00 


4,849 83 






- 


520 


23 


2,848 


50 


4,272 76 


9,331 73 


1,753 


62 


40 49 


1,756 


86 


6,022 


60 


3,010 90 


6,982 30 


658 


76 


- 


664 


27 


4,264 


48 


8,368 42 


8,468 00 


2,886 


27 


_ 


2,232 


01 


17 


50 


2,297 75 


7,423 74 


3,939 


23 


_ 


1,236 


47 


4,812 


64 


5,933 00 


7,459 05 


955 


51 


_ 


723 


05 


11,2,54 


90 


10,132 27 


5,746 04 


1,657 


89 


_ 


967 


37 


4,636 


23 


4,282 20 


10,903 60 


808 08 


127 73 


731 


88 


5,830 


25 


5,811 63 


9,178 23 


4,830 02 


_ 


1,355 


52 


5,233 


40 


1,200 00 


6,61i) 10 


691 


89 


_ 


379 


41 


4,800 


00 


3,318 00 


3,731 75 


414 


99 


_ 


298 


23 


10,.500 


00 


7,234 97 


4,883 55 


277 


84 


148 00 


881 


50 


9,000 


00 


8,800 88 


5,622 08 


1,5.52 


81 


23 03 


898 


77 


7,000 


00 


5,500 00 


4,760 09 


200 


29 


_ 


800 


00 


14,744 


00 


7,799 76 


4,516 81 


2,114 


50 


328 88 


800 


40 


3,905 


00 


3,795 00 


8,115 51 


420 


75 


- 


959 


89 


5,662 


25 


5,662 00 


5,416 82 


70 


57 


_ 


.571 


16 


5,640 


01 


2,907 49 


4,076 25 


411 


43 


- 


1,100 


00 


5,616 


10 


3,078 10 


4,259 71 


999 


43 


296 53 


993 


37 


3,015 


00 


1,900 00 


5,151 58 


2,257 


06 


_ 


604 


11 


2,179 


38 


4,246 77 


4,.501 51 


559 


88 


- 


530 


00 






5,435 36 


5,843 04 


508 


58 


689 44 


106 


54 


2,940 


00 


3,280 75 


5,028 90 


1,102 


95 


67 94 


787 


24 


6,771 


70 


4,172 80 


4,715 64 


317 


85 


_ 


721 


12 


2,638 


20 


2,870 26 


5,403 13 


1,636 


98 


_ 


452 


82 


5,401 


50 


2,967 10 


3,388 00 


223 


46 


- 


53 


35 


8,824 


30 


4,459 60 


5,335 79 


220 


59 


- 


1,231 


91 


7,861 


03 


7,181 08 


4,235 40 


577 


85 


66 60 


583 


14 


2,251 


35 


3,612 88 


5,289 09 


337 


56 


_ 


105 


90 


1,000 


00 


1.488 92 


4,372 66 


284 


18 


- 


486 


16 


7,075 


00 


3,741 50 


3,565 75 


55 


09 


144 25 


686 


85 


2,978 86 


1,358 40 


6,934 64 


2,961 


10 


78 37 


1,360 


79 


2,426 


60 


4,891 90 


2,981 22 


1,347 


72 


- 


1,002 


83 


8,118 


00 


2,000 00 



148 



Geoup IV. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns op Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Itemized Expenditures for Support of All 

Public Schools — Dat, Evening, Vacation 

— Year ending June 30, 1951 — Coii. 



Expenditure 
ending June 



3) m S 






iic 



231 Longmeadow 

232 Seekonk 

233 Bedford 

234 Dudley 

235 East Longmeadow 

236 North Reading 

237 Acushnet 

238 Shirley 

239 Wilbraham 

240 Lyntifield 

241 Rehoboth 

242 Hull . 

243 Hanson 

244 Middleton 

245 Southwick 

246 Sturbridge 

247 Westminster 

248 Norfolk 

249 Salisbury 

250 Upton 

251 Nahant 

252 Ashbumham 

253 Dennis 

254 Raynham 

255 Lincoln 

256 Marion 

257 Mattapoisett 

258 Sterhng 

259 Freetown 

260 Lakeville 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Newbury 

263 Lanesborough 

264 Cheshire 

265 Granby 

266 Essex . 

267 Rowley 

268 Millville 

269 Bovlston 

270 ■ West Brookfield 

271 Wenham 

272 Buokland 

273 Colrain 

274 Carver 

275 Hinsdale 

276 Clarksburg . 

277 Southampton 

278 Berlin . 

279 Erving 

280 Rochester 



26 

$49,408 86 
28,933 22 
24,572 40 
13,503 13 
69,516 83 

28,273 14 

12,656 30 

6,420 00 

18,926 18 

16.493 99 

12,398 01 
45,662 59 
20,384 67 
17,783 29 
19,313 72 

11,421 74 
11,067 95 
19,294 27 
17,060 51 
20,720 57 

20,345 29 
5.637 68 
34,515 57 
17,124 33 
19,688 95 

7,854 75 
13.588 65 

8,419 08 
11,185 38 
12,937 37 

19.494 14 
5,763 12 

16,688 97 
14,708 04 
11,382 55 

10,415 93 
11,597 80 
4,180 80 
8.915 74 
13,412 00 

9,460 00 
12,644 21 
11,619 43 
14,497 18 
10,255 94 

10,896 63 
9,769 16 
6,600 03 
4,896 10 
7,061 96 



27 

$3,868 91 

19,432 17 

6 50 

314 39 

134 00 

6,.563 77 
46 98 

1,131 74 
18,545 83 

17,293 29 

25,073 23 

1,065 47 

14 58 

174 32 
155 64 

557 49 



8,354 55 

252 66 

126 61 

12 15 

270 55 

8,217 01 

1,091 85 

499 19 

194 99 

884 46 



127 62 

32 90 

147 61 

470 08 

337 98 
835 62 



569 57 



485 


80 


512 


04 


39 


20 


228 


71 


13 


75 


331 


70 


24 


03 


40 


55 


35 


02 


452 


60 



28 




29 


293,373 


42 


S32,504 65 


186,864 


48 


- 


108,609 


85 


- 


107,394 


16 


- 


167,091 


35 


- 


135,097 


72 


_ 


97,665 


56 


- 


53,002 


40 


- 


122,539 


61 


910 50 


137,599 


70 


1,107 75 


112,128 


27 


_ 


238,803 


04 


37,000 00 


102,649 


06 


653 44 


65,644 


75 


- 


93,820 


14 


270 76 


70,846 


53 


119,019 54 


80.034 


26 


6,409 78 


60,319 


93 


5,000 00 


86,822 


99 


- 


74,362 


92 


- 


106,593 


59 


- 


73,226 


92 


- 


111,320 


43 


168 50 


69,320 


93 


- 


107,644 


65 


4,995 41 


95,448 


97 


_ 


71,085 


32 


81,947 06 


68,104 


12 


2,360 15 


67,852 


47 


191,000 00 


.58,886 


25 


37,375 16 


73,828 


89 


- 


46,839 


40 


- 


73,789 


14 


300,300 00 


54,508 


93 


- 


54,270 


75 


- 


51.779 


10 


_ 


54,888 


97 


- 


39,344 47 


- 


47,224 


32 


- 


56,728 


30 


- 


59,016 


81 


5,681 01 


59,153 


88 


- 


57,323 


84 


- 


65,697 


06 


185,855 25 


48,979 


99 


104 00 


41,667 


39 


- 


44,489 


57 


- 


36,730 


59 


144.650 44 


49,962 


27 


- 


43,793 


51 


70 12 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS ■ 



149 



Continued 



FOR OtTTLAY, YbAB 




Valuation of 


Expenditures fob 






30, 1951 




1950 PER Pupil 


School Support from 


Rate of Total Ta-x- 






IN Net Average 
Membership, 


Local Taxation, 
Year ending Dec. 31, 


PER $1,0 

Valuation 


00 






1950 






Year ending June 


19.50, per Sl.OOO Val- 






^ 


>. 


30, 1951 


uation 






§ 












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> 


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30 


31 


32 33 


34 35 


36 


37 


$9,739 85 


$42,244 50 


$13,508 19 


S16 87 42 


$33 00 


102 


842 56 


842 56 


7,984 55 


12 42 86 


29 50 


112 


898 22 


898 22 


7,830 57 


18 02 ,33 


50 00 


32 


354 17 


354 17 


5,611 96 


21 71 8 


58 00 


17 


2,310 30 


2,310 30 


10,471 38 


15 61 55 


38 00 


83 


2,156 98 


2,156 98 


4,629 110 


20 58 13 


57 00 


20 


— 


- 


5,720 93 


17 40 36 


43 00 


56 


162 55 


162 55 


6,875 75 


13 84 78 


38 00 


85 


1,787 35 


2,697 85 


9,566 44 


15 16 63 


36 00 


92 


351 99 


1,459 74 


11,901 28 


12 01 89 


32 00 


107 


1,234 20 


1,234 20 


5,301 101 


14 16 74 


43 00 


59 


2,055 85 


39,055 85 


23,980 6 


8 41 114 


48 00 


39 


875 56 


1,529 00 


6,396 82 


14 .37 71 


44 80 


52 


77 45 


77 45 


5,348 99 


17 07 39 


43 00 


57 


3,663 13 


3,933 89 


7,273 65 


13 90 77 


48 00 


42 


147 45 


119,166 99 


6,338 84 


13 70 79 


50 00 


37 ' 


757 94 


7,167 72 


6,037 87 


18 05 32 


39 00 


81 


20,000 00 


25,000 00 


5,794 90 


19 77 20 


34 00 


98 


4,957 13 


4,957 13 


7,734 59 


15 17 62 


68 00 


2 


2,494 99 


2,494 99 


3,374 120 


23 85 5 


63 00 


7 


1,318 59 


1,318 59 


10,772 34 


16 06 52 


48 00 


40 


- 


- 


5,445 98 


16 02 54 


58 00 


16 


280 00 


448 50 


24,400 5 


7 79 116 


38 00 


82 


- 


- 


5,850 89 


17 64 35 


41 00 


70 


2,539 58 


7,534 99 


10,144 39 


18 30 29 


40 00 


77 


2,044 95 


2,044 95 


14,001 18 


14 65 67 


42 70 


61 


3,991 43 


85,938 49 


10,527 37 


12 06 88 


34 .50 


96 


2,069 63 


4,429 78 


6,182 85 


14 00 76 


41 00 


71 


9,000 00 


200,000 00 


5,751 92 


14 92 64 


42 60 


62 


6,781 20 


44,156 36 


6,911 73 


13 60 81 


40 00 


76 


540 10 


540 10 


4,547 111 


18 93 26 


65 00 


5 


- 


- 


10,632 35 


12 34 87 


44 00 


55 


20,000 00 


320,300 00 


4,975 104 


29 72 2 


52 00 


31 


- 


- 


4,220 116 


20 27 16 


56 00 


22 


654 63 


654 63 


6,611 78 


15 20 60 


32 00 


105 


_ 


_ 


7,155 69 


16 63 44 


42 00 


64 


187 50 


187 50 


4,849 106 


20 42 15 


50 00 


34 


- 


- 


4,710 108 


21 42 10 


45 00 


51 


159 30 


159 30 


3,985 118 


24 65 4 


75 00 


120 


- 


- 


5,226 102 


16 95 40 


42 00 


66 


731 90 


6,412 91 


16,351 17 


13 19 83 


30 00 


111 


169 76 


169 76 


10,614 36 


14 48 69 


35 00 


93 


36 00 


36 00 


6,060 86 


19 53 21 


45 00 


50 


6,594 42 


192,449 67 


10,950 31 


10 58 101 


36 00 


90 


490 59 


594 59 


4,965 105 


18 46 27 


75 00 


1 


32 50 


32 50 


3,708 119 


38 13 1 


54 00 


25 


881 85 


881 85 


6,033 88 


14 84 65 


50 00 


36 


39 50 


144,689 94 


6,639 77 


19 93 17 


50 00 


33 


35 82 


35 82 


8,937 48 


19 78 18 


34 00 


97 


691 85 


761 97 


6,898 74 


14 14 75 


40 00 


79 



150 



Group IV. 



P.D. 2. 
Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



EXPENDITUBE FOR SuPPOBT OF ALL PuBLIC 

Ybab ending 



TOWNS 



FROM LOCAL TAXATION 






■2 o 



FROM STATE 

REIMBURSEMENT (INCLUDING 

GENERAL SCHOOL FUND) 






39 



40 



231 


Longmeadow 


$274,315 38 


S227 84 


4 


232 


Seekonk 


107,557 


77 


99 


13 


88 


233 


Bedford 


73,498 48 


141 


07 


38 


234 


Dudley 


67,968 


63 


121 


81 


52 


235 


East Longmeadow 


138,488 


85 


163 


51 


27 


236 


North Reading 


85,446 


41 


95 


26 


93 


237 


Acushnet 


53,834 47 


99 


51 


87 


238 


Shirley 


29,484 


58 


95 


11 


94 


239 


Wilbraham . 


78,612 


43 


145 


04 


32 


240 


Lynnfield 


105,933 


75 


142 


96 


35 


241 


Rehoboth 


50,525 


80 


75 


08 


117 


242 


HuU . 


167,785 


57 


201 


67 


11 


243 


Hanson 


58,552 


34 


91 


92 


98 


244 


Middleton . 


40,605 


67 


91 


25 


100 


245 


Southwick . 


48,114 


12 


101 


08 


83 


246 


Sturbridge . 


34,361 


45 


86 


77 


106 


247 


Westminster 


44,467 


12 


108 


99 


69 


248 


Norfolk 


40,876 


01 


114 


50 


64 


249 


Salisbury 


56,404 


49 


117 


27 


60 


250 


Upton 


38,065 84 


80 48 


115 


251 


Nahant 


88,064 


68 


173 


02 


24 


252 


Ashburnham 


35,237 96 


87 


22 


105 


253 


Dennis 


74,083 


01 


189 


96 


16 


254 


Raynham 


43,863 


22 


103 


21 


81 


255 


Lincoln 


83,539 


09 


185 


64 


19 


256 


Marion 


78,525 


03 


205 


03 


10 


257 


Mattapoisett 


52,291 


00 


126 


92 


48 


258 


Sterling 


35,819 


92 


86 


52 


108 


259 


Freetown 


31,821 


57 


85 


77 


111 


260 


Lakeville 


31,570 


74 


93 


96 


96 


261 


Tyngsborough 


34,241 


95 


86 


04 


110 


262 


Newbury 


32,416 


12 


131 


24 


46 


263 


Lanesborough 


52,195 


88 


147 


86 


31 


264 


Cheshire 


30,016 


26 


85 


52 


112 


265 


Granby 


30,545 


24 


100 


48 


86 


266 


Essex . 


34,733 


58 


118 


95 


56 


267 


Rowley 


34,747 


63 


99 


00 


89 


268 


Millville 


22,187 


07 


100 


85 


85 


269 


Boylston 


28,171 


58 


98 


16 


90 


270 


West Brookfield . 


29,854 


08 


88 


59 


104 


271 


Wenham 


57,988 


88 


215 


57 


7 


272 


Buckland 


42,262 


24 


153 


68 


30 


273 


Colrain 


30,996 


15 


118 31 


58 


274 


Carver 


38,225 


28 


115 


83 


62 


275 


Hinsdale 


25,934 


90 


91 


64 


99 


276 


Clarksburg . 


28,672 


94 


141 


25 


37 


277 


Southampton 


21,117 


75 


89 


48 


103 


278 


Berlin . 


26,581 


71 


132 


25 


45 


279 


Erving 


40,285 


31 


176 


69 


23 


280 


Rochester . 


22,824 


58 


97 


54 


92 



41 



42 



.$8,661 89 


$7 19 


120 


44,436 63 


40 96 


109 


20,352 42 


39 06 


112 


31,463 47 


56 39 


85 


33,400 35 


39 43 


110 


46,020 08 


51 30 


98 


32,997 83 


60 99 


79 


21,220 93 


68 45 


62 


32,870 03 


60 65 


81 


28,410 94 


38 34 


113 


37,674 97 


55 98 


87 


24,526 18 


29 48 


116 


34,279 04 


53 81 


92 


19,233 95 


43 22 


107 


29,610 70 


62 21 


77 


26,081 45 


65 86 


66 


26,242 73 


64 32 


71 


15,496 11 


43 41 


106 


22,159 09 


46 07 


104 


24,039 59 


50 82 


99 


8,128 20 


15 97 


119 


26,590 96 


65 82 


67 


14,268 83 


36 59 


115 


21,292 19 


50 10 


100 


17,655 43 


39 23 


111 


9,545 89 


24 92 


118 


15,261 20 


37 04 


114 


27,009 83 


65 24 


69 


23,962 58 


64 59 


70 


23,841 04 


70 96 


61 


29,217 81 


73 41 


60 


15,114 43 


61 19 


78 


19,249 41 


54 53 


90 


22,338 27 


63 64 


73 


17,886 21 


58 84 


82 


15,073 25 


51 62 


97 


18,723 64 


53 34 


94 


16,992 35 


77 24 


53 


16,786 50 


58 49 


84 


23,014 76 


68 29 


63 


6,922 02 


25 73 


117 


14,772 29 


53 72 


93 


24,131 47 


92 10 


43 


21,152 72 


64 10 


72 


19,076 46 


67 41 


65 


13,253 71 


65 29 


68 


18,474 90 


78 28 


51 


11,078 39 


55 12 


88 


12,070 12 


52 94 


95 


18,049 52 


77 13 


55 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



151 



Day Schools - 
Dec. 31, 1950 



Classified as to Source, 



Amount paid to Town 

FROM — 








SI, 735 


28 






20,050 


64 


$172 


98 


10,394 


88 


1,010 


60 


140 


68 


1,025 42 


583 


40 


939 


89 


4,848 


32 


1,049 


67 


- 




647 


27 


181 


70 


143 


17 


487 


01 






4,714 


75 


632 


00 


17,461 


09 






17,176 


14 


3,160 62 






190 


8V 






1,774 89 


4,237 


54 


1,961 


14 






380 80 


261 


10 






190 


29 


91 


61 






1,186 


50 


781 


63 






5,348 79 


522 


12 


1,574 


68 


2,225 


87 




- 


582 


45 


2,185 


93 


1,350 32 


7,586 


73 


308 48 


535 


37 


190 62 






1,263 38 




- 


274 


59 


154 


43 




- 


2,343 


85 


2,154 40 




- 


634 39 




- 




- 


1,988 


82 


165 05 




_ 




- 


7,490 


91 


2,456 


77 




- 




_ 


518 


82 


1,429 90 


1,569 


92 


2,467 


20 


512 


88 


1,984 


90 


888 


27 


726 


17 


2,226 


95 


181 


72 




- 


1,036 


14 


75 


00 


533 


42 


251 


17 


961 


95 


303 


20 



106,293 86 

209,487 89 

95,992 00 

60,030 49 

83,737 25 

62,404 04 
71,351 75 
56,562 41 
78,655 19 
64,073 56 

101,541 67 
61,828 92 
90,448 64 
67,381 28 

103,962 90 

97,007 97 
68,396 05 
63,020 37 
57,047 53 
55,840 80 



177 45 

298 84 

181 46 
169 58 
205 74 

176 28 

211 10 
199 16 
196 15 

182 55 

228 18 
165 32 

299 50 
199 35 
284 83 

274 81 
199 41 

179 55 

180 53 

212 32 



157 59 
174 88 

158 44 
163 52 
135 46 

199 49 
153 04 
231 92 
158 54 
231 03 

253 28 
166 10 

152 22 

153 77 
166 19 



72 
114 

47 
107 

49 

31 

98 

117 

112 

97 



63,459 


76 


206 71 


159 45 


105 


47,530 


55 


231 86 


192 43 


78 


73,789 


14 


263 53 


209 03 


61 


54,508 


93 


196 78 


155 30 


111 


49,065 


84 


197 05 


161 40 


104 


51,795 


65 


212 28 


177 38 


88 


53,471 


27 


183 12 


152 34 


116 


39,344 


47 


207 08 


178 84 


87 


52,448 


99 


225 10 


182 75 


84 


55,325 


61 


200 46 


164 17 


100 


65,429 


72 


298 77 


243 23 


39 


60,034 


35 


245 04 


218 31 


57 


58,107 


70 


265 33 


221 79 


55 


62,251 


17 


225 55 


188 64 


80 


47,964 


48 


194 98 


169 49 


93 


41,926 


65 


279 51 


206 53 


64 


39,774 


37 


194 02 


168 54 


95 


38,771 


24 


230 78 


192 89 


77 


53,140 


02 


279 68 


233 07 


46 


42,139 


25 


199 71 


180 08 


86 



7,987 70 
17,189 60 

3,920 75 
14,612 55 

9,802 38 

5,175 54 
8,389 30 
11,790 63 
15,340 44 
12,690 20 

10,982 48 

6,929 65 

15,327 48 

14,789 94 

9,809 78 

10,517 46 
13,312 46 
10,546 34 
11,453 58 
12,808 53 

1,870 00 
6,269 28 

10,662 26 
8,190 79 

11,937 88 

10,102 67 

8.006 44 

7.007 94 
4,947 87 
8,071 72 



4,370 35 
6,188 99 
13,974 75 
7,869 30 
9,890 00 

17,418 66 
7,265 00 
2,428 60 
6,055 00 
7,441 30 

3,397 50 
4,684 73 
5,200 00 
4,416 25 
9,334 23 

3,952 02 

7,277 10 

12,243 30 

11,701 14 

5,602 50 

2,039 37 
9,783 06 
3,337 12 
6,043 91 
8,880 00 



152 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



TOWNS 



Yeab Grades in 



o — 



Pttblic Day Elementary Schools, 






51 


52 53 


54 55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


231 Longmeadow 


6 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


232 Seekonk 


6 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


233 Bedford 


6 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


234 Dudley 


6 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


235 East Longmeadow 


6 


- 


- 


- 


IS 


286 


274 


236 North Reading 


6 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


237 Acushnet 


8 


- - 


- - 


1 


17 


269 


209 


238 Shirley 


8 


- - 


- - 


- 


11 


142 


127 


239 WUbraham . 


6 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


240 Lynnfield . 


8 


- 


2 


- 


19 


303 


271 


241 Rehoboth . 


6 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


242 Hull . 


8 


- _ 


_ _ 


4 


23 


361 


370 


243 Hanson 


8 


- - 


- 


2 


16 


285 


251 


244 Middleton . 


8 


- - 


1 


2 


8 


195 


165 


245 Southwick . 


8 


- 


1 


2 


12 


224 


202 


246 Sturbridge . 


8 


_ _ 




2 


10 


186 


189 


247 Westminster 


6 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


248 Norfolk 


8 


_ _ 


_ _ 


_ 


9 


165 


119 


249 Salisbury 


8 


- - 


- - 


2 


14 


194 


219 


250 Upton 


8 


- 


- 


3 


8 


174 


152 


251 Nahant 


6 


3 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


252 Ashburnham 


8 


_ _ 


_ _ 


5 


11 


195 


188 


253 Dennis 


8 


- - 


- _ 


3 


11 


156 


156 


254 Raynham 


8 


- - 


- 


1 


11 


176 


187 


255 Lincoln 


8 


- 


1 


4 


14 


202 


181 


256 Marion 


6 


3 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


257 Mattapoisett 


6 


2 


- ■- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


258 Sterling 


6 


3 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


259 Freetown 


8 


- - 


1 


1 


9 


180 


147 


260 LakeviUe 


8 


- 


- 


1 


8 


139 


132 


261 Tyngsborough 


8 


_ 


_ _ 


1 


8 


179 


147 


262 Newbury 


8 


- - 


- - 


1 


7 


126 


94 


263 Lanesborough 


8 


- - 


1 


1 


10 


154 


140 


264 Cheshire 


8 


- - 


- - 


- 


9 


151 


138 


265 Granby 


8 


- 


_ 


1 


8 


128 


136 


266 Essex . 


8 


_ _ 


_ _ 


2 


7 


137 


111 


267 Rowley 


8 


- 


- 


2 


7 


147 


150 


268 Millville 


8 


- - 


- - 


- 


8 


102 


101 


269 Boylston 


8 


- - 


_ - 


2 


6 


118 


114 


270 West Brookfield 


8 


- 


1 


- 


7 


149 


143 


271 Wenham 


6 


2 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


272 Buokland . 


8 


- - 


- _ 


1 


7 


138 


109 


273 Colrain 


8 


_ _ 


_ _ 


1 


7 


123 


96 


274 Carver 


8 


- _ 


- _ 


1 


9 


159 


125 


275 Hinsdale 


8 


- 


- 


- 


8 


116 


127 


276 Clarksburg . 


8 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


8 


94 


67 


277 Southampton 


8 


_ - 


_ _ 


1 


4 


113 


93 


278 Berlin . 


8 


- - 


1 


- 


5 


98 


73 


279 Erving 


8 


- _ 


_ _ 


1 


7 


95 


100 


280 Rochester . 


8 


~ - 


- 


1 


6 


123 


95 



Pt, 11. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



163 



Grades I to VIII), Year ending June 30, 1951 



d 


a 
o 


T3 

a 
a 

C3 


0. 

2 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OT 

GENERAL CONTROL 


^ a 53 


1 


- 


u 

§.2 

Si 

03 ID 


T3 

ID 
bO (D 

03 c 

< 


o 

Xl 

a 
a 

< 






"" n-a 
S'S g 


O 


1 

0) 

Is 

< 


■2 go 

a 65|gg| 




60 


6! 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


91,535 


175 


520 


557 


$80,282 92 


S144 13 


$52,338 38 


$956 15 


76,010 
40,818 


169 
171 


449 
239 


469 
251 


77,817 25 
42,030 12 


165 92 
167 45 


51,809 50 
29,158 50 


2,220 58 
448 22 


89,564 


168 


534 


575 


112,256 58 


195 23 


58,080 40 


5,142 52 


106,705 
85,575 
77,515 
63,816 


170 
176 
161 
169 


628 
487 
322 
378 


701 
529 
354 
407 


174,070 22 
73,624 53 
43,955 67 
62,222 19 


248 32 
139 18 
124 17 
152 88 


93,429 29 
45,864 12 
33,563 27 
41,620 79 


2,794 66 
1,091 38 
1,176 03 
1,778 98 


55,750 


167 


334 


354 


46,892 30 


132 46 


28,693 25 


1,038 91 


45,249 
62,325 
52,478 


171 
167 
176 


265 
373 
255 


284 
401 
351 


34,564 68 
64,029 89 
42,575 55 


121 71 
159 68 
121 30 


24,102 62 
41,539 90 
26,721 37 


589 49 
1,579 23 
1,372 36 


59,470 
48,193 
54,946 
59,516 


170 
171 
173 
177 


350 
282 
317 
336 


374 
302 
338 
365 


57,582 66 
63,948 94 
45,006 55 
73,514 62 


153 96 
211 75 
133 16 
201 41 


35,840 25 
39,630 30 
29,748 83 
49,742 38 


911 69 

926 43 

304 31 

1,415 20 


48,998 
42,983 


170 
173 


289 
248 


316 
263 


45,461 71 
37,502 45 


143 87 
142 59 


28,764 50 
20,191 32 


457 82 
459 40 


48,179 
32,138 
45,464 
42,408 
37,861 


169 
170 
176 
164 
168 


285 
189 
259 
260 
225 


307 
205 
280 
277 
249 


44,666 17 
34,811 39 
48,075 70 
33,962 90 
38,381 85 


145 49 
169 81 
171 70 
122 61 
154 14 


22,602 32 
21,754 60 
28,513 26 
20,653 41 
23,962 50 


835 30 
277 69 
1,752 93 
290 57 
674 39 


39,032 
45,270 
30,911 
37,871 
44,736 


172 
171 
173 
174 
176 


226 
264 
179 
218 
254 


244 
292 
190 
233 
276 


36,025 52 
37,680 08 
27,350 31 
33,275 61 
37,161 49 


147 65 
129 04 
143 95 
142 81 
134 64 


24,549 23 
24,740 50 
20,525 00 
20,991 49 
20,486 03 


857 92 
460 39 
890 17 
1,123 83 
757 66 


39,172 
34,536 
44,634 
39,376 


170 
171 
171 
170 


232 
203 
261 
232 


245 
219 
276 
246 


40,860 52 
38,422 79 
40,945 96 
31,930 27 


166 78 
175 45 
148 35 
129 80 


25,440 67 
24,723 72 
25,039 76 
22,625 75 


596 01 

317 83 

387 44 

76 68 


24,308 
32,993 
28,229 
30,871 
33,623 


173 
174 
176 
170 
173 


140 
190 
161 
181 
194 


150 
205 
168 
190 
211 


27,232 87 
29,276 43 
26,723 06 
37,323 29 
32,070 29 


181 55 
142 81 
159 07 
196 44 
151 99 


18,785 25 
15,309 54 
17,833 76 
21,762 86 
16,985 37 


433 11 
655 99 
833 55 
618 89 
730 29 



154 



P.D. 2. 

Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Dat Elementabt Schools 

















J. 










TEACHERS 






o3 




TOWNS 


PRINCIPALS 




PUPILS ENROLLED 


OS 




FULL TIME 


& 
4 






a 














a 

(0 


i 


g 1 


1 


-s 


ll 






§ 


^ 


§ ^ 


« 


3 


be 

< 






6S 


69 


70 71 


72 


73 


74 


231 


Longmeadow 


1 


- 


32 


393 


394 


130,416 


232 


Seekonk 


- 


- 


1 23 


363 


345 


113,692 


233 


Bedford 


1 


- 


1 11 


182 


157 


53,130 


234 


Dudley 


- 


- 


12 


170 


172 


54,296 


23.5 


East Longmeadow 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


236 


North Reading 


_ 


_ 


2 14 


291 


282 


93,419 


237 


Acushnet 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


238 


Shirley 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


239 


Wilbraham . 


- 


- 


15 


209 


186 


61,131 


240 


Lynnfield 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


241 


Rehoboth 


_ 


_ 


14 


234 


210 


75,112 


242 


Hull . . . . 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


243 


Hanson 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


244 


Middleton . 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


245 


Southwick . 


'. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


246 


Sturbridge . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


247 


Westminster 


1 


- 


9 


143 


125 


44,094 


248 


Norfolk 


- 


- 


_ _ 


- 


- 


- 


249 


Salisbury 


\ 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


250 


Upton 


. 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


251 


Nahant 


_ 


_ 


13 


207 


160 


57,357 


252 


Ashbumham 


_ 


- 


- - 


_ 


- 


- 


253 


Dennis 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


254 


Raynham 


- 


— 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


255 


Lincoln 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


256 


Marion 


_ 


^ 


1 8 


133 


125 


40,382 


257 


Mattapoisett 


1 


- 


9 


138 


146 


46,478 


258 


Sterling 


- 


1 


7 


160 


109 


44,205 


259 


Freetown 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


260 


Lakeville 


'. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


261 


Tyngsborough 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


262 


Newbury 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


263 


Lanesborough 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


264 


Cheshire 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


265 


Granby 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 




266 


Essex . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


267 


Rowley 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


268 


MillvUle 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


269 


Boylston 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


270 


West Brookfield . 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


271 


Wenham 


_ 


1 


8 


104 


74 


29,378 


272 


Buckland 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


273 


Colrain 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


274 


Carver 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


275 


Hinsdale 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


276 


Clarksburg . 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


277 


Southampton 


- 


- 


- - 


— 


- 


- 


278 


Berlin . 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


279 


Erving 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


280 


Rochester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



155 



Ststems 


(Grades I 


TO VI), Yeab 


ENDING June 30, 1951 








"o 


J. 

ei 
>, 

u 

< 


B 

o 

a 
2:1 


EXPENDITUEB FOB 

SirPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OF 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


o 


is 

a ^ 
d 

ten 


O 

a 


Per pupil in 
average 
membership 
of elemen- 
tary school 





75 

181 
180 
177 
174 



180 
174 
180 

180 
178 



175 



76 

721 
635 
300 
312 



519 
351 
419 

245 
323 



77 

777 
671 
320 
330 



574 
377 
446 

258 
351 



174 


231 


252 


177 


262 


279 


179 


246 


260 



168 



178 



78 

$161,187 73 

100,068 82 

50,543 77 

56,291 25 



43,262 57 



53,971 39 



32,803 07 



79 

$207 45 
149 13 
157 95 
170 58 



65,033 68 113 30 
74,298 09 197 08 
59,253 64 132 86 



167 68 



153 76 



52,771 08 209 41 
42,358 29 151 82 
31,813 04 122 36 



184 29 



80 



24,009 19 



38,010 55 



23,930 25 



81 



24,519 00 
61,382 66 
35,853 92 
39,174 61 


$3,565 18 
530 62 
376 16 
961 22 


38,783 48 


471 00 


46,745 06 


957 90 


29,519 20 


520 07 



1,236 68 



427 90 



31,603 60 


896 23 


29,257 78 


670 72 


19,585 72 


1,371 40 



563 94 



156 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Public Day Junior High Schools 





PHINCIPALS 
AND TEACHERS 


£ 
o 

a 


PUPILS ENROLLED 


J. 


TOWNS 


FULL TIME 


1 




Men 
Women 


Boys 
Girk 


fa 
< 



231 Longmeadow 

232 Seekonk 

233 Bedford 

234 Dudley 

235 East Longmeadow 

236 North Reading 

237 Acushnet 

238 Shirley 

239 Wilbrahara 

240 Lynnfield 

241 Rehoboth 

242 Hull . 

243 Hanson 

244 Middleton 

245 Southwick 

246 Sturbridge 

247 Westminster 

248 Norfolk 

249 Salisbury 

250 Upton 

251 Nahant 

252 Ashburnham 

253 Dennis 

254 Raynham 

255 Lincoln 

256 Marion 

257 Mattapoisett 

258 Sterling 

259 Freetown 

260 LakevUle 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Newbury 

263 Lanesborough 

264 Cheshire 

265 Granby 

266 Essex . 

267 Rowley 

268 Millville 

269 Boylston 

270 West Brookfield 

271 Wenham 

272 Buckland 

273 Co'rain 

274 Carver 

275 Hinsdale 

276 Clarksburg . 

277 Southampton 

278 Berlin . 

279 Erving 

280 Rochester . 



82 

6 
3 
3 
2 



83 

9 

8 
1 

7 



5 3 

2 2 

3 3 



85 



86 



132 
119 
64 
83 


118 

127 

51 

69 


96 


92 


50 


50 


85 


81 



38 



46 



43 



52 



52 53 
31 36 
44 66 



26 



16 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS 



157 



Continued 



Systems 


(Grades 


VII, 


VIII AND 


IX), 


Year ending 


June 30, 1951 






"o 

II 

li 

< 




1 




i 

a 

M 
» 1 


EXPENDITURE FOR 

SUPPORT, EXCLUSIVE OP 

GENERAL CONTROL 


Expenditure for sala- 
ries of principals, 
supervisors, and 
teachers 


g 


Amount 

Per pupil in 
average 
membership 
of junior 
high schools 


.- o 

ft«J 



88 

181 
180 
180 
180 



180 
180 
180 



180 



180 



175 



89 

229 
223 
101 
140 



172 



147 



77 



39 



90 

242 
238 
106 
146 



186 

94 

153 



80 



94 



96 


101 


61 


64 


88 


91 



41 



91 

$67,296 84 
46,288 28 
27,253 60 
32,189 13 



28,004 62 



14,866 14 



92 

$278 09 
194 49 
257 11 
220 47 



150 56 



17,226 50 183 26 

29,927 28 195 60 

21,210 50 265 13 

22,965 85 244 32 



27,079 83 268 12 
14,297 58 223 40 
17,750 90 195 06 



93 

$47,440 00 
29,984 92 
16,774 24 
23,835 99 



16,621 49 
9,100 07 
14,695 53 



12,299 26 



14,042 00 



7,976 75 



94 

$1,782 58 
536 64 
185 04 
612 30 



201 86 
465 10 
749 55 

400 00 
213 90 



5,801 00 


646 62 


6,500 94 


167 6S 


1,250 00 


685 70 



187 98 



158 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



High Schooi, 



towns 



^55:2 



'S!^ 3 O t- 



EXPENDITURE FOR TUITION AND 
HIGH SCHOOLS IN OTHER 





122 


123 


124 


231 Longmeadow 


189 


S48,808 36 


$5,803 09 


232 Seekonk 


175 


28,693 22 


5,3.56 06 


233 Bedford . . . . 


93 


24,572 40 


4,876 70 


234 Dudley . . . . 


86 


13,127 83 


1,332 43 


235 East Longmeadow 


105 


27,477 40 


7,172 30 


236 North Reading . 


150 


• 28,250 28 


7,300 00 


237 Acushnet 


74 


12,319 10 


1,825 36 


238 Shirley 


59 


6,420 00 


2,006 50 


239 Wilbraham . 


72 


18,843 63 


7,252 10 


240 Lynnfield 


158 


16,058 89 


6,012 60 


241 Rehoboth . 


80 


12,398 01 


7,499 09 


242 HuU .... 


137 


45,662 59 


10,356 00 


243 Hanson 


122 


20,384 67 


5,500 80 


244 Middleton . 


93 


17,679 29 


3,013 50 


245 Southwick . 


79 


19,313 72 


9,653 72 


246 Sturbridge . 


54 


11,421 74 


8,143 59 


247 Westminster 


55 


7,711 22 


4,900 00 


248 Norfolk 


72 


19,144 27 


4,272 76 


249 Salisbury 


81 


17,060 51 


3,010 90 


250 Upton 


72 


11,668 60 


4,485 18 


251 Nahant 


63 


20,345 29 


2,297 75 


252 Ashburnham 


30 


5,592 98 


5,933 00 


253 Dennis 


91 


34,515 57 


10,132 27 


254 Raynham 


93 


16,999 33 


4,282 20 


255 Lincoln 


90 


19,638 95 


5,774 90 


256 Marion . . . . 


36 


7,854 75 


1,200 00 


257 Mattapoisett 


50 


9,697 32 


2,251 36 


258 Sterling 


64 


8,419 08 


7,234 97 


259 Freetown 


72 


11,185 38 


8,800 88 


260 Lakeville 


72 


12,838 70 


5,500 00 


261 Tyngsborough 


91 


14,494 14 


7,799 76 


262 Newbury 


43 


5,763 12 


3,795 00 


263 Lanesborough 


42 


10,246 36 


5,662 00 


264 Cheshire 


60 


9,654 04 


2,066 77 


265 Granby 


58 


11,182 55 


3,078 10 


266 Essex .... 


47 


10,415 93 


2,280 00 


267 Rowley 


62 


11,263 80 


4,246 77 


268 MiUviUe 


30 


4,180 80 


5,435 36 


269 Boylston 


59 


8,847 99 


3,280 75 


270 West Brookfield . 


80 


13,412 00 


4,172 80 


271 Wenham 


34 


6,485 00 


1,913 51 


272 Buckland . 


55 


12,392 72 


2,949 10 


273 Colrain 


49 


11,479 67 


4,459 60 


274 Carver 


43 


9,135 43 


4,103 48 


275 Hinsdale 


32 


6,339 30 


2,100 28 


276 Clarksburg . 


53 


10,896 63 


1,488 92 


277 Southampton 


35 


9,769 16 


3,741 50 


278 Berlin .... 


42 


6,425 60 


1,358 40 


279 Erving 


40 


4,896 10 


4,891 90 


280 Rochester . 


31 


7,061 96 


2,000 00 



Pt. 11. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH ScHOOLS — Continued 



159 



Education for Year ending June 30, 1951 



TRANSPORTATION TO PUBLIC 
TOWNS AND CITIES 







NET COST TO TOWN TOR HIGH 
SCHOOL EDUCATION 



125 



$54,611 


45 


S288 95 


34,049 


28 


194 


57 


29,449 


10 


316 


66 


14,460 26 


168 


14 


34,649 


70' 


330 


00 


35,550 28 


237 00 


14,144 46 


191 


14 


8,426 


50 


142 


82 


26,095 73 


362 


44 


22,071 


49 


139 


69 


19,897 


10 


248 


71 


56,018 59 


408 


89 


25,885 47 


212 


18 


20,692 79 


222 


50 


28,967 44 


366 


68 


19,565 


33 


362 


32 


12,611 


22 


229 


29 


23,417 03 


325 


24 


20,071 


41 


247 


80 


16,153 


78 2 


224 


36 


22,643 


04 


359 


41 


11,525 


98 


384 


20 


44,647 


84 


490 64 


21,281 


53 


228 


83 


25,413 


85 


218 21 


9,054 75 


251 


52 


11,948 68 


238 97 


15,654 


05 


244 


59 


19,986 


26 


277 


59 


18,338 70 


254 


70 


27,293 


90 


299 


93 


9,558 


12 


222 


28 


15,908 


36 3 


378 77 


11,720 


814 


195 


35 


14,260 65 


245 


87 


12,695 


93 


270 


13 


15,510 57 


250 


17 


9,616 


16 


320 


54 


12,128 


74 


205 


57 


17,584 


80 


219 


81 


8,398 


51 


247 


02 


15,341 


82 


278 94 


15,939 


17 


325 


29 


13,238 


91 6 


307 


88 


8,439 


58 6 


263 


74 


12,385 


55 


233 


69 


13,510 


66 


386 


02 


7,784 


00 


185 33 


9,788 00 


244 


70 


9,061 


96 


292 


32 



128 



129 



1 Also expended $46,768.60 for tuition and transportation of 189 junior high school (grades 7, 8 and 9) 
pupils to an adjoining town. 1,1 

2 Also expended $12,935.21 for tuition and transportation of 59 junior high (grades 8 and 9) school 
pupils to an adjoining town. ,• • • 

3 Also expended $6,442.61 for transportation of 34 pupils to junior high school in an adjoining town. 

4 Also expended $5,784.72 for 24 pupils to junior high school in an adjoining town. _ 

6 Also expended $8,439.35 for tuition and transportation of 32 junior high pupils in an adjoining town. 

5 Also expended $4,858.10 for tuition and transportation of 15 students to junior high school in an 
adjoining town. 



160 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Persons 5 to 16 Yeahs 









5 TO 


7 Years 






7 TO 


TOWNS 


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231 Longmeadow 

232 Seekonk 

233 Bedford 

234 Dudley 

235 East Longmeadow 

236 North Reading 

237 Acushnet 

238 Shirley 

239 Wilbraham 

240 Lynnfield 

241 Rehoboth 

242 Hull . 

243 Hanson 

244 Middleton 

245 South wick 

246 Sturbridge 

247 Westminster 

248 Norfolk 

249 Salisbury 

250 Upton 

251 Nahant 

252 Ashburnham 

253 Dennis 

254 Raynham 

255 Lincoln 

256 Marion 

257 Mattapoisett 

258 Sterling 

259 Freetown 

260 LakevUle 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Newbury 

263 Lanesborough 

264 Cheshire 

265 Granby 

266 Essex . 

267 Rowley 

268 MillviUe 

269 Boylston 

270 West Brookfield 

271 Wenham 

272 Buokland 

273 Colrain 

274 Carver 

275 Hinsdale 

276 Clarksburg . 

277 Southampton 

278 Berlin . 

279 Erving 

280 Rochester . 



130 



131 



132 



133 



208 


201 


7 


263 


119 


15 


105 


81 


1 


160 


76 


35 


229 


142 


3 


167 


147 


11 


166 


80 


46 


77 


35 


33 


161 


78 


20 


140 


88 


- 


160 


91 


19 


194 


193 


1 


129 


91 


1 


80 


51 


- 


87 


48 


9 


109 


51 


24 


97 


60 


2 


57 


54 


- 


56 


51 


_ 


109 


70 


6 


162 


160 


2 


97 


66 


- 


74 


44 


- 


92 


46 


13 


100 


96 


3 


94 


46 


_ 


99 


56 


5 


87 


65 


_ 


81 


62 


3 


73 


46 


- 


50 


28 


22 


64 


35 


11 


88 


27 


9 


71 


42 


1 


68 


56 


1 


38 


38 


_ 


74 


55 


- 


68 


59 


9 


59 


33 


- 


50 


50 


- 


65 


40 


20 


52 


51 


- 


67 


33 


- 


63 


38 


- 


38 


38 


- 


32 


22 


6 


56 


32 


2 


27 


26 


1 


75 


57 


- 


66 


40 


1 



129 
23 
49 

'84 



40 

9 

63 

52 

50 

37 
29 
30 

34 

35 

3 

5 

33 



31 

30 

33 

1 

48 
37 

22 
16 

27 



18 
52 
28 
11 



19 
26 



5 

1 

34 

25 



4 
22 



18 
25 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



161 



OF Age, Oct. 1, 


1950 














Illiterate 

Minors, 16 to 21 

Years of Age 


16 Yeaks 








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Receiving e 
tional curtifi 
year ending 
31, 1950 



136 



137 



923 


82 


835 


51 


372 


9 


525 


237 


556 


38 


673 


29 


439 


184 


259 


147 


410 


88 


475 


9 


535 


26 


594 


24 


510 


10 


360 


3 


407 


31 


356 


69 


334 


6 


273 


3 


427 


26 


322 


37 


300 


25 


342 


39 


309 


_ 


342 


8 


360 


42 


319 


24 


330 


9 


296 


— 


322 


20 


254 


3 


226 


45 


215 


28 


288 


40 


277 


6 


248 


- 


227 


9 


301 


4 


184 


28 


233 


2 


228 


- 


204 


40 


225 


— 


230 


— 


289 


2 


237 


11 


167 


30 


194 


9 


167 


17 


169 


- 


196 


6 



138 



139 


140 


141 


4 


2 


_ 


— 


— 


75 


2 


4 


- 


8 


- 


- 


6 


3 


2 


1 


53 


_ 


28 


9 


40 


1 


_ 


1 


28 


2 


- 


- 


- 


9 


1 


2 


2 


3 


— 


- 


4 


1 


9 


12 


2 


1 


— 


— 


2 


1 


1 


1 


4 


- 


8 


4 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


1 



34 



142 



162 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



Membekship in Public Day 



TOWNS 





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231 Longmeadow 

232 Seekonk 

233 Bedford 

234 Dudley 

235 East Longmeadow 

236 North Reading 

237 Acushnet 

238 Shirley 

239 Wilbraham . 

240 Lynnfield 

241 Rehoboth . 

242 Hull . 

243 Hanson 

244 Middleton . 

245 Southwick . 

246 Sturbridge . 

247 Westminster 

248 Norfolk 

249 Salisbury 

250 Upton 

251 Nahant 

252 Ashburnham 

253 Dennis 

254 Raynham 

255 Lincoln 

256 Marion 

257 Mattapoisett 

258 Sterling 

259 Freetown 

260 Lakeville 

261 Tyngsborough 

262 Newbury 

263 Lanesborough 

264 Cheshire 

265 Granby 

266 Essex . 

267 Rowley 

268 Millville 

269 Boylston 

270 West Brookfield 

271 Wenham 

272 Buckland 

273 Colrain 

274 Carver 

275 Hinsdale 

276 Clarksburg . 

277 Southampton 

278 Berlin . 

279 Erving 

280 Rochester 



144 



145 



146 



91 



42 



37 
71 



54 
39 

51 
35 
40 
30 
51 

33 
52 
20 
33 
41 



26 
29 
34 
30 

22 
39 
27 
35 
38 



148 



65 
35 



95 



47 
29 

52 
38 
41 
40 
46 

37 
38 
34 
19 
43 



29 
39 
40 
43 

22 
31 
22 
26 
29 



149 



56 
42 



104 



48 
33 

42 
31 
53 
41 
31 

32 
39 
28 
30 



33 
31 
36 

28 

18 
30 
25 
28 

27 



150 



63 
31 



57 



41 
36 

37 
19 
37 
37 
32 

30 
44 
26 
37 
30 



25 
22 
32 
32 

20 
21 
21 
21 
25 



151 



63 
21 



99 


108 


84 


86 


74 


83 


72 


83 


78 


53 


38 


58 


55 


54 


40 


54 


63 


61 


42 


40 


50 


61 


45 


40 


49 


42 


47 


44 


37 


32 


44 


60 


66 


50 


51 


55 


58 


52 


35 


34 


58 


54 


39 


48 


48 


46 


43 


45 


35 


34 


40 


54 


65 


50 


48 


60 


53 


42 


48 


40 



38 
36 

41 
35 
26 
30 
27 

28 
23 
31 

24 



22 
29 
44 
22 

22 
18 
20 
22 
32 



Pt. II. 

AND NOT MAINTAINING HiGH SCHOOLS — Continued 



163 



Schools by Grades, Oct. 1, 1950 



(Grades I to VIII) " 


High Schools (Foub Years) 






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152 



49 
25 



153 



49 
31 



154 



39 
31 



473 
253 



574 



71 


57 


51 


_ 


721 


69 


45 


52 


- 


535 


40 


41 


31 


- 


357 


33 


52 


34 


- 


383 


34 


39 


34 


- 


352 


31 


27 


21 


_ 


281 


51 


47 


41 


- 


410 


41 


47 


- 


- 


322 


45 


46 


40 


- 


378 


35 


29 


34 


- 


301 


36 


42 


28 


- 


363 


33 


29 


31 


- 


379 



35 


33 


24 


- 


320 


22 


29 


33 


- 


257 


40 


26 


37 


_ 


326 


24 


20 


19 


_ 


221 


30 


35 


27 


- 


289 


32 


26 


27 


_ 


263 


24 


29 


20 


- 


260 


25 


29 


29 


_ 


243 


35 


28 


24 


- 


283 


25 


20 


19 


- 


203 


34 


24 


28 


- 


229 


30 


26 


30 


- 


275 


25 


19 


22 


- 


243 


28 


20 


21 


- 


219 


30 


34 


31 


- 


281 


36 


26 


28 


- 


245 


20 


17 


15 


_ 


156 


18 


24 


25 


- 


206 


21 


18 


12 


- 


166 


15 


25 


22 


- 


194 


25 


21 


19 


- 


216 



159 



160 



161 



162 



163 



473 
253 



721 
535 
357 
383 

352 

281 
410 
322 



378 
301 
363 
379 



320 
257 

326 
221 
289 
263 
260 

243 
283 
203 
229 
275 



243 
219 
281 
245 

156 
206 
166 
194 
216 



164 



P.D. 2. 
Group IV. Towns of Less than 5,000 Population 



6-3-3 



Membership in Public Dat 





TOWNS 








ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS { 


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164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


231 


Longmeadow 


71 


_ 




_ 


120 


146 


118 


127 


112 


232 


Seekonk 


- 


- 




— 


132 


125 


123 


99 


95 


233 


Bedford 


- 


— 




— 


60 


67 


66 


47 


40 


234 


Dudley 


29 


- 




_ 


54 


46 


61 


44 


48 


235 


East Longmeadow 


- 


- 




- 


110 


119 • 


116 


68 


65 


236 


North Reading 


_ 


_ 




_ 


106 


135 


89 


92 


72 


237 


Acushnet 


- 


- 




— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


238 


Shirley 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


239 


Wilbraham . 


- 


- 




- 


77 


79 


64 


59 


47 


240 


Lynnfield 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 




- 


241 


Rehoboth 


_ 


_ 




_ 


87 


93 


80 


77 


56 


242 


Hull . . . . 


_ 


— 




- 


- 


_ 


- 


— 


— 


243 


Hanson 


- 


- 




— 


— 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


244 


Middleton 


_ 


- 




— 


- 


_ 


- 


— 


— 


245 


Southwick 


. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


246 


Sturbridge 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


247 


Westminster 


— 


— 




- 


58 


54 


48 


46 


38 


248 


Norfolk 


_ 


— 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


249 


Salisbury 


— 


- 




— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


250 


Upton 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


251 


Nahant 


39 


_ 




_ 


45 


72 


60 


49 


41 


252 


Ashbumham 


_ 


- 




- 


— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


253 


Dennis 


- 


- 




- 


— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


254 


Raynham 


- 


- 




— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


255 


Lincoln 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


256 


Marion 


_ 


_ 




_ 


49 


41 


53 


40 


30 


257 


Mattapoisett 


_ 


- 




- 


50 


54 


46 


42 


53 


258 


Sterling 


— 


— 




- 


52 


52 


36 


40 


39 


259 


Freetown 


— 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


260 


LakeviUe 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


261 


Tyngsborough 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


262 


Newbury 


- 


- 




— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


263 


Lanesborough 


- 


- 




— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


264 


Cheshire 


- 


- 




- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


265 


Granby 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


266 


Essex . 


_ 


- 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


267 


Rowley 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


268 


MiUville 


- 


- 




- 


— 


— 


- 


— 


- 


269 


Bovlston 


- 


- 




— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


270 


West Brookfield . 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


271 


Wenham 


_ 


_ 




_ 


38 


28 


27 


30 


27 


272 


Buokland 


- 


— 




- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


273 


Col rain 


- 


- 




- 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


274 


Carver 


- 


- 




- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


- 


275 


Hinsdale 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


276 


Clarksburg . 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


277 


Southampton 


— 


- 




- 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 


278 


Berlin . 


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