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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – September 15, 1945

Tuesday, September 15th, 2020


The old Washington School on Cottage Street.

Susanville Pupils May Learn Religion
September 15, 1945

By agreement between the school authorities and cooperating churches, classes on religious education are to be held in Susanville this year, beginning with the second week of the school term, namely September 24. Time for the classes will be provided in the school schedule.

Upon request from their parent’s pupils of the seventh and eighth grades will be excused from school for the last period Monday afternoons to go to church of their parents choice for religious instruction.

Students not so excused will remain under their regular teachers to receive instruction in cultural subjects. By the provisions of the state law, which permits the released time classes, the instruction given by the school during this hour shall be of a nature that absence from the classes shall not hamper the advancement of those who are not excused.

Churches planning to cooperate in this way include the Assembly of God, Baptist, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, and Pentecostal.


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