A Status Report from the Superintendent
The common schools of Grant County are progressing nicely. We have in our County fifty-sixth white and four colored districts, it all of which we have good schools, under the control of excellent teachers, with good attendance and general satisfaction expressed; it fact the cause of education in Grant County seems to have received a new impetus. We have a better qualified class of teachers than ever before. Our county institute this year was acknowledged to be the best ever held in our County. While there remains much yet to be done before our schools will be what the requisites of our common school law would have them be, may we hope that the spirit of progress will continue until the desired end will be reached?
Legislative document number 5. The Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of Kentucky, for the Two years beginning July 1, 1899 and ending June 30, 1901, H. V. McChesney, Superintendent of Public Instruction.