The association of the pupils of a teacher who has been placed on probation is dissolved for the period of that probation. A teacher who has been placed on probation is not permitted to teach a class or to hold a meeting of the association of his former pupils while on probation. The pupils of such a teacher are, under the provisions of Article XXVI, Section 8, of the Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy, free to receive class instruction again. They are not eligible to attend an association meeting until they have been retaught or their teacher has been restored to full standing as such.

The association of the pupils of a teacher who has withdrawn from membership in The Mother Church is permanently dissolved. The above rules regarding reteaching and noneligibility to attend an association apply to the former pupils of such a teacher.

By the same rules, one who has been a member of an association which is either temporarily or permanently dissolved, for the reasons mentioned above, is not eligible to address an association until he has been retaught or, until through the restoration of his former teacher to full standing, his previous association has been reinstated (see Art. XXVII, Sect. 2). In all other respects these pupils are considered to be class-taught.

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Lecture Notice
December 14, 1957

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