The Caddo Herald
September 10, 1915
The Caddo Public Schools began Monday with the largest attendance of record.
The Grammar School occupies the entire eight rooms at the old school building, and is crowded. The High school occupies the new school building and there is plenty of room there. There is a great need for another teacher in the grammar school but the tax levy is not sufficient to allow it, hence the best will have to be made of the circumstances.
Appropriate exercises were held at each building, quite a few patrons being in attendance; rather more than usual and the teachers start off with a fine prospect.
If our people will take the proper course in encouraging both teachers and pupils, we believe the schools will be the best yet held. The faculty is as follows:
Geo. C. Rorie, superintendent, mathematics
Robt. L. Sanders, Principal of High School, physics and manual training
Miss Bonnie Blackwell, history and Latin
Miss Sue Pettree, English nd eighth grade
Geo. H. Frazier, principal Grammar School, seventh grade
Miss Nola Shofner, sixth grade
Miss Welthy Wright, fifth grade
Miss Bonnie Jeanes, fourth grade
Miss Ludie Hipp, third grade
Miss Jessie Smith, second grade
Miss Worth, first grade
Miss Jennie Scott, beginners