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ORDER OF THE DAY AT THE CLARKE INSTITUTION.
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Rise, . . . .
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Some of the younger children remain in school a less number of hours and retire at seven P. M.
In the evening, the older children devote from one to two hours to reading and devotional exercises.
TERMS OF ADMISSION.
This Institution is especially adapted for the education of semi-deaf and semimute pupils, but others may be admitted. It provides for the pupil's tuition, board, lodging, washing, fuel and lights, superintendence of health, conduct, manners and morals.
The charges are three bnndred and fifty dollars a year; for tuition alone, eighty dollars; payable semi-annually, in advance, the first week of each term. No deduction, except for absences on account of sickness. Extra charges will be made for actual expenses incurred during sickness. No pupil will be allowed to withdraw before the end of the second term in July, without weighty reasons to be approved by the School Committee. The contract is for the entire school-year, and is not terminated by the winter vacation.
The State of Massachusetts appropriates annually funds for the education of its deaf-mutes. The Institution, also, appropriates the income from its funds for the aid of beneficiaries from Massachusetts, according to their need. Forms of application for the State aid will be furnished by the Secretary of the Commonwealth or by the Institution.
There are two terms in the year, of twenty weeks each; the first commencing on the third Wednesday of September with a vacation of four weeks in winter; the second commencing on the first Wednesday of March, with a summer vacation of eight weeks. Pupils cannot spend the vacation at school. It is desirable to have all applications for admission for the succeeding year made as early as June. The year begins on the third Wednesday of September. None will be admitted at any other time, unless they are fully qualified to enter classes already formed, and on payment of the full tuition for the term in which they enter.
The pupils must bring good and sufficient clothing for both summer and winter, and be furnished with a list of the various articles, each one of which should be marked, and also with paper, envelopes and stamps. A small sum of money, not less than five dollars, should be deposited with the Principal for incidental expenses.
Applications and letters for information must be addressed to the “ Principal of the Clarke School for Deaf-Mutes, Northampton, Massachusetts," with a stamp for return postage. All payments should be made to the Treasurer, Lafayette Maltby, Northampton.
Pupils must be at least five years old on entering the Institution, and must bring a certificate of vaccination, and a list of the diseases they have had. The Institution is not an asylum, but a school of learning; and none can be admitted or retained who have not the ordinary growth and vigor of mind and body, and moral habits.
Visitors from Northampton are admitted Thursday afternoons. Strangers at all times, excepting Wednesday and Saturday afternoons and Sundays.
JONATHAN B. BUNCE,
PINCKNEY W. ELLSWORTH,
FRANCIS B. COOLEY,
JOHN C. DAY.
Hon. F. M. DREW, Secretary of State.
- Secretary of State.
Hon. GEORGE W. NICHOLS, Secretary of State.
HON. OLIVER WARNER, Secretary of State.
His EXCELLENCY, SETH PADELFORD, Governor of Rhode Island.
HON. JOHN R. BARTLETT, Secretary of State.
His EXCELLENCY, MARSHALL JEWELL, Governor of Connecticut.
Hon. HIRAM APPELMAN, Secretary of State.