Tlilr^ Bint® Moniial
IRA MOORE, Principal.
MRS. G. H. SANDERSON. MISS KATE ELLIOTT.
Tiik object of this School is exclusively to train Teachers for the Common Schools of this State.
Until the permanent building for the purpose can be completed, the School will occupy, as temporary
quarters, what is known as the " Stearns House:" this has been entirely remodeled and refitted, and
will afford sufficient accommodations for the School at present. The site, with its ample grounds, is
one of the finest in the country. It is a high river bluff, commanding-a wide prospect, and is just
far enough away from the, business portion of St. Cloud to be free from its noise and dust, and to
have all the advantages that proximity can give it.
There are two terms, of twenty weeks each, in the year. The first term commences Wednesday,
September 15th, 1869, and ends Wednesday, February 2d, 1870. The second term commences Wednesday, February 16th, 1870, and ends Wednesday, July 6th, 1870.
Good board can be obtained in private families at from three dollars to three and one-half dollars
per week; this does not include fuel or lights. A few rooms in the School building can be occupied by students wishing to board themselves. The expense of living is thus much reduced.
Tuition is free to all who are admitted to the School. Text books are also furnished to the
student, and no charge made for their use. They are to prftf-f,. if lost or seriously injured.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.
Students must be at least sixteen years of age; of good moral character; must pass an examination in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic, and the elements of grammar. Will be admitted only
at the commencement of the term, and be required to remain until the close of it; and must signify
in writing an intention to teach in the Schools of the State at least two years.