ally working the scheme:
There must be entire unanimity among the officers and teachers in order to successfully start and carry out a graded plan.
First. It must meet with the approval of the pastor.
Second. The superintendent must with the whole heart be in the effort. In fact, he should be, and I believe must be, the prime mover in every step. The superintendent and assistant superintendents in our school during all these years have every year done all of the work of classifying and arranging of classes, made their own "roll," etc. In this way, and in this way only, can they be properly strengthened for the work. They may, if they so choose, call other officers to their aid; the pastor should, of course, at all times be consulted. The secretary might, in some cases, be of service.
Third. The officers other than the superintendent, are expected to give their full approval and do all in their power, by encouragement and talk, to aid the work, and, where this cannot be had, secure