This Day In History: 1934-03-05
Although Supervising Principal W. George Hayward was confined to his home by the grippe, and eye infection and general fatigue his monthly report to the Board of Education was read at their regular meeting. Among other things he praised the work of the new custodian John Ashby in the Cragmere School who had started on February 1st. Ten out of the twenty teachers in the District were taking courses in nearby colleges and Universities, he reported. The Board agreed to allow the eighth grade a day for a field trip and authorized the purchase of mimeograph paper for four issues of a school newspaper at the Mahwah School.