The 1913 School Report 
Here a few interesting questions asked and answers given on the above report. This report was filled out by the teacher for the term ending April 18, 1913 
Length of term  . .  7 mos. 
Salary per month . . .  $ 50 
Male pupils enrolled during year . .18. . 
Female "      "                  "            "   . . 7 . .  
The school room: How ventilated?  Windows and cracks 
What repairs, if any, are needed?  (Have been looked after by Directors - but not completed) 
Outhouses:   Are boys' and girls' closets seperated by fence?  Yes 
Is the boys' closet provided with urinals?  No 
Are the walls carved and written upon?  Not Bad - But to some extent 
Do you read the Bible in school?  No 
Encyclopedia and other works of reference? Supplementary Readers, Books on Asia, Pa-Hist. 
Vol. in School Library?  about 60   Added this year?  No 
Your age?  26  Years Experience?  6   Where educated? Dushore-Towanda-Binghamton- 
Sullivan & Bradford Public schools 
There are many other questions, but I found those the most interesting. 
In the 1924 school report there is a student named Carl Driscol. Mr. Driscoll attended the first grade there the last year that it was open before it was destroyed by a fire. He later completed his college degree and returned to Campbellville with his new wife Alice. They resided at Campbellville in the old house by the mill & general store for two years. Their first child, Gary Driscoll, was the last child to be born at Campbellville. Mr. Driscoll served as a teacher then Principal of Loyalsock High School in Estella, then as the Superintendent of Sullivan County Schools. He retired as head of BLAST, a multi-county administrative unit including Bradford, Sullivan, Lycoming and others. His wife Alice, taught Latin at Loyalsock and Sullivan County High Schools. She attended night school to obtain her Masters degree in Library Science and at her retirement was the Sullivan County's Elementary School Librarian.