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1. The importance of regular, accurate, and full reports is not easily overestimated.
2. The report is to cover the school month of the district in which the teacher is employed, when this does not coincide with the calendar month. In all other cases, it will cover the calendar month, or fractional part of a month, ending with the last calendar day.
3. If the Society sustaining the teacher has a superintendent of its own in the district, it will only be necessary to report to him, unless specific instructions to the contrary are given; but when no such superintendent is present, each report is to be made in duplicate, the first copy to be sent to the office at which the teacher was commissioned, and the other to the nearest superintendent of the Bureau.
4. The report will not be considered regular, unless it is finished and mailed within five days after the expiration of the month reported upon.
5. Every subdivision of the report is to be attended to. Every space is to be filled with a cypher, if not with significant figures. A blank signifies a defective report, and nothing more.

The Report should always be forwarded in a LARGE ENVELOPE, without unnecessary folding.

Teacher's Monthly Report.

John Wesley Colored School,

at Washington, D.C.

for the month ending Jany. 31st 1866.

Mary A. Gordon
Mary E. Jenkins
[Sallie] E. [??]


Forwarded Feby 2d 1866.
Received......186 .