SERIES A: Minutes. — 1860-1982. — 43 cm. of textual records.

Series consists of minutes of the School Board, School Board Committees, and School Trustees. Minutes concern decisions made pertaining to the physical operations of schools and the education system within the Municipality of the District of Argyle.

RG 10, Series A, Sub-series 1 and 2.

SUB-SERIES 1: School Board. — 1860-1982. — 28 cm. of textual records.

Sub-series consists of minute books and loose minutes of the School Board, 1860-1982, and its committees – including the Emergency Committee, 1961-1979, Finance Committee, 1980, Labour-Management, Negotiating, and Grievance Committees, 1980-1982, Personnel Committee, 1977-1982, School Committee for Centre East Pubnico and Ste.-Anne-du-Ruisseau schools, 1958-1963, and Special and Ad Hoc Committees, 1958- 1982. Committee minutes are not all complete.

School Board minute books are located in the Argyle Township Court House Archives vault.

Some Emergency and Negotiating Committee minutes are found in RG 10, Series V, Sub-series 2.

Two committee minute books pertaining to the construction of Amirault’s Hill Consolidated and Argyle Consolidated schools can be found in RG 10, Series I.

SUB-SERIES 2: School Trustee Minutes. — 1864-1980. — 15 cm. of textual records.

Sub-series consists of school trustee minute books for Argyle, 1918-1939, Argyle Sound, 1927-1947, Central Kemptville, 1864-1958, and Gavelton, 1873-1948. (These minute books for Argyle and Gavelton contain treasurer’s records as well.) Also included are loose typed and/or hand-written minutes for Amirault’s Hill School Section, 1961, Quinan Consolidated School, 1961, and Ste.-Anne-du-Ruisseau Consolidated School, 1980.

Minutes of combined meetings between Middle East Pubnico and Lower East Pubnico are contained in the former.

Some reports of school trustee meetings may be found in RG 10, Series G.

Upon the consolidation and closure of the various community schools, school trustee records were supposed to be transferred to the Municipal School Board of the District of Argyle. In most cases these records were not turned in and remained within the communities. However, some minute books have been donated to the Argyle Township Court House Archives. Further accruals are expected.