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[Scrapbook: Reprimand]

Description: A scrapbook full of the materials surrounding Bill Nelson being reprimanded for wearing a March on Washington t-shirt and being featured in the Village Station, a LGBTQ publication. The photograph that initiated the controversy is on page 31 of the scrapbook and the letter of reprimand he received for it begins on 51.
Date: 1979
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The High School Visual Art Program and Principals' Survey]

Description: A document with information on the High School visual art program and a principals' survey. The document has information like, "45% of the schools, the primary responsibility for curriculum planning resides with individuals teacher. Art teachers in 78% of the schools make modifications in the curriculum to meet student needs and interests." "58% of the principals take the position that objectives intrinsic to the arts are the most important: 40% indicated that developing artistic literacy and skills are most important; 18% cited aesthetic education."
Date: [1989..]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Improving Student Performance through the Arts

Description: A online magazine, Principal Magazine, The National Association of Elementary School Principals, serving all elementary and middle school principals. The article titled, "Improving Student Performance through the Arts," was written by Russ Chapman, a principal of Shady Brook Elementary school, one of the consortia schools involved with North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts. Chapman writes that he began his career in elementary school over twenty-five years ago and he never centered his mind that arts education could become a powerful tool for boosting academic performance. Chapman's' article details the comprehensive art education ideas and how it was introduced and implemented.
Date: March 1998
Creator: Principal Magazine
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Improving Student Performance through the Arts

Description: An article published in the Principal newsletter, in the Arts in Education section. The article titled, "Improving Student Performance through the Arts" was written by Russ Chapman, a principal for the Shady Brook Elementary School in Bedford, Texas. Chapman writes that he began his career in elementary school over twenty-five years ago and he never centered his mind that arts education could become a powerful tool for boosting academic performance. Chapman's' article details the comprehensive art education ideas and how it was introduced and implemented.
Date: [1998..]
Creator: Chapman, Russ
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Portrait of Mrs. M. G. Turner]

Description: Cropped copy-photograph of a portrait of Mrs. M. G. Turner, the first principal of Portland School in 1914. She is facing towards the left, and wearing a light-colored garment. Text below the image says "Mrs. M. G. Turner, Principal Portland School."
Date: unknown
Partner: Bell/Whittington Public Library

Kominsky School

Description: Portrait of students attending Kominsky School during the 1924-1925 school year. There are five rows of male and female students posing in front of the school building. Accompanying information lists the two teachers as Ida Gallia Hrncir and Millie Elstner. The principal is Charles R. Hrncir.
Date: unknown
Partner: Friench Simpson Memorial Library

[Danevang School, Class of 1936, Grades 8-9]

Description: A copy negative of a black and white photograph depicting grades 8-9 of the Danevang School in 1936. There are four discernible rows of people; the arrangement is a mixture of males and females. The man on the very left of the second row, wearing a suit and tie, is Principal Laure Praytor. His wife, teacher Inez Praytor, stands on the right end of the third row. The girls all wear dresses while the boys are wearing button-up shirts and pants. The entire group is posed in front of a white building, identified as the Danevang School. The building's exterior facade and three windows are visible.
Date: 1936
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Photograph of Faculty of the First School in Port Arthur, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the principal and teachers of the first school in Port Arthur, Texas. Four rows of people sit on a railed stairway leading up to a set of double doors on a brick building. The group is made up of twelve women wearing light blouses and dark skirts, with two men in suits sitting in the front row. The reverse side of the mat contains a handwritten list of surnames and the name of the principal, Steven Durfee. He is noted as the father of Mrs. Frank Timmons
Date: unknown
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

[Photograph of Port Arthur High School Students, 1908-1909]

Description: Photograph of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior students of Port Arthur High School, 1908-1909. Principal Dilley is identified as standing to the far right. Superintendent J. H. Bright is standing at the far left behind a woman named Mary E. Donaldson. The students are arranged in three rows in front of a brick building with four tall windows behind them.
Date: 1908~
Partner: Museum of the Gulf Coast

Lewisville Public School Faculty

Description: Eleven Lewisville Public School faculty members are arranged from the bottom left to the top right of the frame. They are sitting in ascending fashion on the steps of a brick building. There is a small boy standing behind the brick staircase in the bottom left corner of the image. Identified on the back of the photograph are Superintendent B. F. Tunnell ("left") and Principal Lee Preston ("right")--they are at the top of the staircase.
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Principal G. A. Rosborough, Educator]

Description: Mr. Garfield A. Rosborough was principal of Pemberton High School in Marshall from 1944 until 1972. He was born August 21, 1903 in Harrison County, where he was raised and educated. He received his teaching degree from Wiley College in Marshall with graduate work at the University of Colorado. His entire career was spent at the local high schools. During his administration of Pemberton, the curriculum and school plant were expanded. His total contribution to education spanned 48 years. The yearbook picture, possibly 1964, shows him seated at the PHS principal's desk. Below the photo is his annual message to the students.
Date: unknown
Partner: Marshall Public Library

Friendly R. Rice

Description: Portrait of Friendly R. Rice, principal of the Blackshear School of Austin, Texas from 1931 - 1972. Mr. Rice initiated the hot lunch program and the first black elementary school library in Texas. The F. R. Rice Secondary School is named in his honor.
Date: c. 1965
Partner: Jacob Fontaine Religious Museum