The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 57
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Educational Eforts in San Fernando.
tive subjects, which they shall not be able to leave until they give
full proof of application and amendment, and with previous sup-
plication from the commander of the Squad to which they belong.
The duties of the President shall be: 1st, to receive immediately
the orders which the Teacher may have to communicate to the
School; 2nd, to cause these to be observed and properly fulfilled
by their respective bands, as well as all those prescribed in this
regulation, under immediate responsibility to the Director, for
which purpose they shall make use of the captains and corporals
of their command, who shall be subordinate to them in everything;
3rd, to preside over their respective bands whenever they are gath-
ered in regular order; 4th, to reply themselves in the public or pri-
vate disputations, whenever an individual of their respective bands
is unable to do so; 5th, to give an account to the Teacher of the
faults which they observe in the Children inside and outside of the
School, correcting them -hemselves by a serious admonition, or
ordering them to kneel down, if the fault should be grave, and
giving notice immediately to the Teacher, who shall carry into
effect these punishments in the best possible way, unless injustice
should be manifest.
The Department of readers shall be immediately in charge of
the corporals, each one of these taking care to assign and hear,
morning and evening, the Children of his Squad in the correspond-
ing lesson and other tasks provided for them, giving account of
the result to his respective President in order that the latter may
do the same, in turn, to the Teacher; both of these should them-
selves frequently surprise the instructors in order to see if they
comply with their duties, especially when some punishment is to be
applied to anyone whatever of the Children, of whom his immediate
director has given a bad report.
In the same manner and under the same conditions as given in
the preceding article, by which the department of reading has to
be subject to the six corporals, the department of writing shall be
subject to the six captains, and the department composed of the
former and the latter officers to the Presidents, and each one of
these sections shall be denominated a Squadron.
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