Some Aspects of Activity Programs for All-Day Boys Studying Vocational Agriculture in the Crockett District of Texas
Date of Award
Master of Science
The problem of this study may be posed in form of a question: What are some of the aspects of the activity programs of all-day boys studying vocational agriculture in the Crockett District, Texas, and how effectively are they carried out?
The Purpose of This Study is to determine, through a very complete survey the extent and methods of conducting the following aspects of the activity programs of all-day boys studying vocational agriculture in the Crockett District, Texas: Father and Son banquet, summer camp, N. F. A. Fairs, and financing N. F. A. activities.
This study is based on data from thirteen vocational agricultural schools in the Crockett District, Texas, located in Houston, Walker, Trinity, and Madison counties. These schools are located as follows: Post Oak School, Route four, Crockett, Texas; Hopewell High School, Route three, Crockett, Texas; Glover High School, Route one, Crockett, Texas; Kennard High School, Kennard, Texas; Williams High School, Crockett, Texas; W. R. Banks High School, Grapeland, Texas; Sam Houston High School, Huntsville, Texas; Trinity High School, Trinity, Texas; Groveton High School, Groveton, Texas; Pennington High School, Pennington, Texas; Midway High School, Midway, Texas; Madisonville High School, Madisonville, Texas; and Center Grove High School, Lovelady, Texas.
E. M. Norris
G. L. Smith
Prairie View A&M College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Lee, E. R. (1949). Some Aspects of Activity Programs for All-Day Boys Studying Vocational Agriculture in the Crockett District of Texas. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/796