Farmington State Normal School General Rules, c. 1924
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F.S.N.S. students were expected to abide by the school's rules and follow accepted social convention of the time. To aid them, the school provided students with a copy of the General Rules originally established in 1919, that outlined unacceptable and expected behaviors during the school day and while in the residence hall. A description of student government is also included.
The first student council was formed in 1921. It was established by Principal W.G. Mallett in a effort to enlist students cooperation in dealing with rule-breaking and other student issues.
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