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Newton Community School Board of Education Regular Board Meeting Emerson Hough – Conference Room 125 700 North 4th Avenue East, Suite 300 Newton, IA 50208 May 9, 2016 – 6:30 PM www.newtoncsd.org www.facebook.com/NewtonCSD

AGENDA I. II.

Call to Order – Sheri Benson, President Roll Call – Christine Dawson, Recording Secretary

III.

Communications – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent A. School Board Recognition Month – May 2016

IV.

Consent Agenda – Sheri Benson, President – (Action Item) A. Agenda B. Minutes of Board Learning Leadership – April 25, 2016 C. Minutes of Regular Board Meeting – April 25, 2016 D. Open Enrollments

V.

VI. VII.

VIII.

Human Resources Update – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent – (Action Item) A. Certified Personnel B. Classified Personnel Open Forum – Sheri Benson, President Superintendent’s Report – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent A. Timeline Updates: Administration Building and 2016 – 2017 District Preparations B. Iowa Department of Education Graduation Data C. Report on 2016 – 2017 Staffing Assignments Learning, Leadership, and District Business – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent A. Consider Accepting the Donation of a Sculpture for Emerson Hough Elementary – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) B. Consider Approval for the Implementation of the Denison Culture Survey – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) C. Consider Approval to Raise Meal Prices for the 2016 – 2017 School Year – Cristy Croson, Food Service Supervisor – (Action Item) D. Consider Awarding the Bid for Camera Upgrades at Newton High School – Dan Sloan, Technology Supervisor – (Action Item) E. Consider Awarding the Bid to Enhance Wireless Access Points in the District – Dan Sloan, Technology Supervisor – (Action Item) F. Consider Awarding the Bid for Fitness Room Equipment at the Newton Alternative High School – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item)

G. Consider Agreement for Cooperation in Student Teaching between the Newton Community School District and Grinnell College – Academic Year 2016-2017 – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) H. Consider Approval of Interagency Agreement Between the Newton Community School District and the Newton Police Department for a School Resource Officer (SRO) for the 2016/2017, 2017/2018, and 2018/2019 Fiscal School Years – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) I. Consider Approval of a 28E Agreement Between Newton Community Schools and Pella Community Schools for Student Participation in Basics & Beyond High School and the Disciplinary Alternative Program (DAP) – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) J. Consider Locating the 5th – 8th Grade Consortium Center for Success Classroom in the Newton Community School District – Tina Ross, Director of Special Programs & Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) K. Consider Purchase of New Mower (2016 Kubota – Model #3990) – Jack Suttek, Maintenance Supervisor – (Action Item) L. Consider Approval of a Request for NHS Cheerleaders to Participate in Butter Braids and Can Drive Fundraisers – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) M. Consider Approval of a Request for NHS Baseball to Participate in a Baseball Card Fundraiser – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) N. First Reading: Student School Transportation Eligibility Policy (711.1) – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Discussion Item) O. Moody’s Local Government Issuer Comment Report on Newton CSD (April 26, 2016) – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Discussion Item) P. Committee Update: Consider Naming of the Administration Building and Alternative Schools – Board Members Donna Cook, Josh Cantu, and Ann Leonard – (Action Item) Q. Bond Committee Update (Meeting: April 26, 2016) – Craig Armstrong, Bond Committee Chair & Board Members Andy Elbert, Josh Cantu, and Travis Padget – (Discussion Item) R. Certify Class of 2016 Graduates for Basics & Beyond – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) S. Certify Class of 2016 Graduates for Newton High School – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) T. Set Date and Time for a Public Hearing on Proposed 2015 – 2016 Budget Amendment (May 23, 2016 at 6:45 PM – Emerson Hough, Conference Room 125) – Superintendent Bob Callaghan – (Action Item) IX.

X.

Business Service Report – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent A. Approval of Bills – (Action Item) B. Business Services Update New Business – Old Business – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent A. Future Meeting Dates 1. Bond Committee Meeting – 6:30 PM May 11, 2016 (EH – Conference Room 125) 2. SIAC Committee – 5:00 PM May 18, 2016 – (EH – Conference Room 125) 3. Regular Board Meeting – 6:30 PM May 23, 2016 – (EH Conference Room 125)

XI.

Adjourn

Newton Community School Board of Education Board Learning Leadership Emerson Hough – Conference Room 125 April 25, 2016 – 6:00 PM

MINUTES Call to Order President Sheri Benson convened the board to order at 6:00 PM Roll Call Present: Sheri Benson, Josh Cantu, Donna Cook, Andrew Elbert, Robyn Friedman, Ann Leonard, Travis Padget, Superintendent Bob Callaghan, Christine Dawson, and Gayle Isaac. Absent: None Others Present: Bill Peters, Principal (NHS)

Consent Agenda – ACTION #9873 Elbert moved, Friedman seconded to approve the consent agenda. Ayes: Benson, Elbert, Friedman, Padget Absent: Cantu, Cook, Leonard

Board Learning Leadership: NHS Modified Block Scheduling – Bill Peters, NHS Principal Bill Peters gave a presentation about the advantages of Modified Block Scheduling at Newton High School. He shared examples of the flexibility, cost effectiveness, benefits to students and staff for delivery of instruction, desired outcomes, and provided comparisons with traditional scheduling. Mr. Peters highlighted a variety of student opportunities at NHS, answered questions from board members, and invited them to visit him at the high school for a tour. Adjourn – ACTION #9874 Cantu moved, Friedman seconded to unanimously adjourn the meeting at 6:32 PM.

Minutes Mailed Approved by Action No. __________

President , 2015

Secretary

Newton Community School Board of Education Regular Board Meeting Emerson Hough – Conference Room 125 April 25, 2016 – 6:30 PM

MINUTES Call to Order President Sheri Benson convened the board to order at 6:34 PM Roll Call Present: Sheri Benson, Josh Cantu, Donna Cook, Andrew Elbert, Robyn Friedman, Ann Leonard, Travis Padget, Bob Callaghan, Gayle Isaac, and Christine Dawson Others Present: Diane Babcock, Tom Bartello, Jason Brooks (Newton Daily News), Jolene Comer, Jim Gilbert, Barb Hackworth, Mike Moran, Bill Peters, Lisa Sharp, and Randy Van (KCOB)

Communications – None Consent Agenda – ACTION #9875 Cook moved, Friedman seconded to approve the consent agenda. Ayes: Benson, Cantu, Cook, Elbert, Friedman, Leonard, Padget Human Resources Update – Laura Selover, Director of Human Resources presented the Human Resources Update Certified Personnel – ACTION #9876 Jenny Jensen – (Assignment Determined) – 3rd Grade Teacher (AH) – effective August 15, 2016 Rachelle Hyde – (Assignment Determined) – 4th Grade Teacher (TJ) – effective August 15, 2016 Alyssa Crosby – (Contract) – 5th Grade Teacher (BMS) – effective August 15, 2016 Shelly Fitzgerald – (Contract) – 5th & 6th Grade Guidance Counselor (BMS) – effective August 15, 2016 Jessica Marks – (Contract) – Guidance Counselor (WW) – effective August 15, 2016 Amanda Miller – (Contract) – LMC/Tech Teacher (TJ) and (WW) – effective August 15, 2016 Kirstin Rodewald – (Contract) – 3rd Grade Teacher (EH) – effective August 15, 2016 Hilary Sprague – Nguyen – (Contract) – 2nd Grade Teacher (WW) – August 15, 2016 Ashley Darnold – (Leave of Absence) – 1st Grade Teacher (AH – 2016 – 2017) – effective May 31, 2016 Michelle Banwell – (Reassignment) – 5th & 6th Grade Band Instructor (BMS) – effective 2016 – 2017 school year Sarah Patterson – (Reassignment) – from Assistant Boys Swim Coach to Head Boys Swim Coach – effective 2016 – 2017 school year Michelle Stoker – (Resignation) – (WW Special Education – reassigned to EH Special Education Teacher) – effective May 31, 2016

Elbert moved, Padget seconded to approve the Certified Personnel Human Resources Update Ayes: Benson, Cantu, Cook, Elbert, Friedman, Leonard, Padget Classified Personnel – None Open Forum – Barbara Hackworth spoke about Special Ed staffing changes Superintendent’s Report – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent Timeline Update: Administration Building – Progress on Newton Administration Center Remodel was shared. Superintendent Callaghan showed pictures of recent construction, with substantial completion anticipated by the end of May 2016. Iowa Code (279.13) and Board Policy (402.3) Regarding Continuing Contracts – Superintendent Callaghan shared that as of May 1, 2016 all teachers will receive continuing contracts. If anyone were in a situation where a contract would not be received, they receive notice. At the conclusion of this meeting, the board will enter into executive session regarding negotiations. Learning, Leadership, and District Business – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent and Gayle Isaac, Director of Business Services District Culture Survey Direction Callaghan gave a recap of progression on the topic of culture within the Newton CSD. Benson sought clarity from board members on direction for implementing a district culture survey. Callaghan gave his thoughts on culture survey options and requested that principals provide input to board members on the process. Callaghan shared the appeal of using the Denison Organizational Culture Survey. Several board members requested a desire to hear more from Dension. Committee Update: Consider Naming of the Administration Building and Alternative Schools Cook shared that the naming committee established their role as naming the new administration building and the high school. The board directed administration to publicize for naming suggestions on the district website, district Facebook page, and via local newspaper and radio with a deadline of May 5, 2016. The committee plans to meet prior to the May 9, 2016 board meeting. First Reading of Board Policy 702.2 – Student Eligibility for Bus Service Callaghan gave verbal edits on Board Policy 702.2, with Isaac to finalize edits and send out to board members for review. Second Reading of the 200 Series Board Policies from IASB Primer (216 – 217) – ACTION #9877 Isaac presented affected 200 Series Board Polices (216 – 217) with edits for final approval. Cook requested in 216.3 (Option 1) that meal expenses be worded as “and/or $24.00 per day.” Padget moved, Elbert seconded to approve the second reading of the 200 Series Board Policies (216 – 217) with amendment noted. Ayes: Benson, Cantu, Cook, Elbert, Friedman, Leonard, Padget Second Reading of the 300 Series Board Policies from IASB Primer (300 – 310) – ACTION #9878 Isaac presented affected 300 Series Board Policies (300 – 310) with edits for final approval. Elbert moved, Padget seconded to approve the second reading. Ayes: Benson, Cantu, Cook, Elbert, Friedman, Leonard, Padget National School Board Association Membership Isaac shared that Dawson had emailed to Board Members options of NSBA membership, and whether there is an option of a journal subscription without full membership. Isaac offered to get a NSBA journal subscription for any interested board member, and he requested an email be sent to Dawson by the end of the week for ordering.

School Board Development – Student Achievement Cook shared that she would like board development to become a part of regular board meetings, requesting to move forward with the IASB program of student learning and leadership (Lighthouse Study research). Isaac will reach out to Harry Heiligenthal, Leadership Development Director (IASB). Leonard and Friedman would like to consider the option of facilitating a workshop. Business Service Report – Gayle Isaac, Director of Business Services Approval of Bills – ACTION #9879 Cook moved, Friedman seconded to approve the bills. Ayes: Benson, Cantu, Cook, Elbert, Friedman, Leonard, Padget Business Services Update – Gayle Isaac, Director of Business Services Isaac provided a response to Cook’s question from the April 11, 2016 board meeting regarding realized savings of the Teacher Leadership and Compensation Grant. Outgoing positions ($585,434.85); Incoming positions ($343,578.34); Realized savings ($241,856.51) enabling us to hire four new K-4 teachers. New Business – Old Business – Bob Callaghan, Superintendent Friedman requested an input from Elementary Principals Bartello (TJ) and Comer (BE) on recent Literacy Nights. Future Meeting Dates: Bond Committee Meeting (04/26/16) – 6:30 PM (EH), Regular Board Meeting (05/09/16) – 6:30 PM (EH), and SIAC Committee (05/18/16) – 5:00 PM (EH). Adjourn – ACTION #9880 Elbert moved, Leonard seconded to unanimously adjourn the meeting at 8:09 PM. Minutes Mailed Approved by Action No. __________

President , 2016 Secretary

Dear Superintendent The Iowa Department of Education (DE) will publicly release graduation and dropout rates next week. I will send you a more specific date and time early next week once the release timeline has been finalized. This information is embargoed and cannot be released publically until after the Department releases the rates. This information is being released to districts early as a courtesy so you can preview your results prior to the release date. Graduation Rates: Iowa continues to report 4 year and 5 year cohort graduation rates to reflect the work districts and schools put forth in helping all students earn diplomas. Iowa has adopted 4 year and 5 year cohort graduation rate methodology in accordance with federal requirement 34 CFR 200.19(b)(1)(i). The 4 year cohort graduation rate is calculated for the class of 2015 by dividing the number of students in the cohort who graduate with a regular high school diploma (numerator) in four years or less by the number of firsttime 9th graders enrolled in the fall of 2011 minus the number of students who transferred out plus the total number of students who transferred in (denominator). The 5 year cohort graduation rate is calculated for the class of 2014 using a similar methodology as the fouryear cohort rate. This rate is calculated by dividing the number of students in the cohort who graduate with a regular high school diploma (numerator) in five years or less by the number of first-time 9th graders enrolled in the fall of 2010 minus the number of students who transferred out plus the total number of students who transferred in (denominator). If you don't find your district information in this letter, one of the following situations may apply: a) there are no active students during this period or b) denominator is less than 10. District High School Status: District Graduation Rates: 2015 class 4 year cohort graduation rate: 2014 class 5 year cohort graduation rate: Statewide Graduation Rates: 2015 class 4 year cohort graduation rate: 2014 class 5 year cohort graduation rate: Dropout Rates: The dropout window for a school year begins on certified enrollment count day (October 1, 2014) of that school year and ends on the day before certified enrollment count day the following year (September 30, 2015). District 7-12 Enrollment Status: District Dropout Rates: Number of grade 7-12 dropouts in 2014-15: Number of grade 9-12 dropouts in 2014-15: Grade 7-12 dropout rate in 2014-15: Grade 9-12 dropout rate in 2014-15: Statewide Dropouts: The statewide dropout rate for grades 7-12 for 2014-15: The statewide dropout rate for grades 9-12 for 2014-15:

Aurora Heights Elementary School Principal

Jim Gilbert

Counselor

Catherine Ferguson

Secretary

Melinda Worthington

ALL POSITIONS FILLED

Instructional Coach Amy Rau Grade K

Barbie Burnett

Katie Wallace

Mindy Roorda

1

Lois Holmes

Riley Gallagher

Casey Price

2

Lanita Keeton

Taylor Peska

Lora Caves

3

Jane Cibula

Jenny Jensen

Krysten Osby

4

Kim Vanderlaan

Susan Sheeks

Wendy Turner

Krista Baumgartner

Lori Van Dalen 0.5

Specials Title Reading TAG Nurse

Cori Latcham Health Para

Art

Nicki Hornbaker 0.5

Music

Lynn Schwarck 0.5

PE LMC/Tech

Michelle Yoakum-Huffaker

Eric Vander Velden 0.5 June Clute 0.5

Special Education Level 1 Services Green

Nicki Partlow

Morgan Forsythe

Internal Movements

Blue

New Hires to the District Yellow

Need to Fill

Emerson Hough Elementary School Principal

Jolene Comer

Counselor

Carole Hall

Secretary

Lesa Blatchford

Instructional Coach

Amy Weaver

Grade K

Amy Antle

Meggan Machin

Sara Shockey

1

Darcy Soule

Mary Bartels

Jenna Deutmeyer

2

Megan Astelle

Nikki Barr

Molly Kremer

3

Lauren Barrick

Kirsten Rodewald

Teresa Johnson

4

Dustin Brisel

Natalie Jack

Brian Keeton

Title Reading

JoAnne Price

Lori Van Dalen 0.5

TAG

Cori Latcham

Nurse

Laurie Kramer

Specials

Art

Nicki Hornbaker 0.5

Music

Lynn Schwarck 0.5

PE LMC/Tech

Part-time Health Para

Eric Vander Velden 0.5 June Clute 0.5

Special Education Level 1 Services

Regina Gill

Lucinda Sinclair

Functional Skills

Elizabeth Mount

Jody Barr

Functional Academics Miranda Bratland Green

Internal Movements

Blue

New Hires to the District

Yellow

Need to Fill

Thomas Jefferson Elementary School ALL POSITIONS Principal

Tom Bartello

Counselor

Denise Townsend

Secretary

Josie Carter

Instructional Coach

Rachel Tomas

FILLED

Grade Preschool

Kaitlyn Van Sickle

Bethany Taylor

Megan Hankins

K

Diane Babcock

Marla Cory

Jen Norvell

1

Jessica Cole

Jessica Johnson

Maria VandeNoord

2

Melissa Bennett

Darcey Reynolds

Melissa Sommars

3

Mike Castings

Paula Lureman

Megan Frehse

4

Rachelle Hyde

Jenny Verwers

Michelle Modlin

Julie Francisco

Tammy Parriott 0.5

Brooke Kuker

Bailey Sander

Specials Title Reading TAG Nurse Art Music

Cori Latcham Health Para

Tara Allen

Bre Determan 0.5 Jenni Harris 0.5

PE

Heidi Woollums 0.5

LMC/Tech

Amanda Miller 0.5

Special Education Level 1 Services Green

Lisa Pageler

Barb Hackworth

Internal Movements

Blue

New Hires to the District Yellow

Need to Fill

Woodrow Wilson Elementary School Principal

Todd Schuster

Counselor

Jessica Marks

Secretary

Becky Hayes

Instructional Coach

Jen Elbert

Grade K

Kara Avis

Holly Clayton

Roberta Kerber

1

Tricia Thomason

Heidi Holley

Kristi Peters

2

Stephanie Hendrickson Emilee Steinbach Hilary Sprague-Nguyen

3

Allison Morgan

Darcy Van Dam

Krystal Bylo

4

Amy Jolivette

Scott Enyart

Dawn Lucas

Title Reading

Brenda Newell

Tammy Parriott 0.5

TAG

Cori Latcham

Specials

Nurse Art Music

Health Para Bre Determan 0.5 Jenni Harris 0.5

PE

Heidi Woollums 0.5

LMC/Tech

Amanda Miller 0.5

Special Education Level 1 Services

Chris Mullins

Behavior Services

Kylie Werden

Green

Internal Movements

Tammy Heriford

Blue

New Hires to the District

Yellow

Need to Fill

Berg Middle School Principal

Lisa Sharp

Assistant Principal

Steph Langstraat

Amy Farmer-Shannon

Counselor

Tracee Van Arkel

Shelly Fitzgerald

Retired - Secretary

Secretary

Betty Buckley

Open - New

Karyl Engle

Instructional Coach

Tara Zehr

Math

Instructional Coach

Mark Burnett

ELA/Social Studies

Instructional Coach

Chris Forsyth

Science

Success Coaches

Val Steinbach

Bill Liley

Michaela Gunsaulus

5

Wade Burger

Jayne Freese

Jolee Jansen

Paula Klosterboer Mark Law

5

Courtney Allen

Jennifer Groezinger

Alyssa Crosby

Open - Resignation Matt Oleson

6

Adam Hale

Marlene Huggins

Nicky Lampe

Open - Transfer

Jean Ann Starcevic

6

Aandy Cazett

Ina Heidemann

Kimberly Powers

Ann Rankin

Doug Smith

7

Taryn Fisher

Lorraine Kalkhoff

Jeff Junker

Jason Carter

Brady Calow

7

Mallory Sturtz

7th Math

Cooper Heath

Don Fitzgerald

8

Collin Barnes

Trent Powers

Andy Kuker

Gary Larsson

8

Cara Schwarz

Emily Julin

Mike Kremer

Tyler Stewart

Carrie Garrett

JoEllen Linn

Yellow

Need to Fill

Grade

Shannon Clark

Specials Electives TAG

Darin Tisdale

Mary Margaret Gran

Sara Van Manan

Deb Rose

Nurse

Staci Geer

Health Para

Art

Darren Hurt

Libby O'Lear

Music

Mindi Walker

Seth Banwell

Michelle Banwell

Will Edgar

PE

Steve Pearson

Ashley Ryan

Tom Godfredsen

LMC

Brenda Hodnett

Tanner Clute

Chase Dickinson

Technology

Chas Beeler

Special Education Level 1 Services

Brent Smith

Functional Skills

Jenny Springer

Functional Academics

Judy Rodewald

Behavioral

Brandon Sharp

not self-contained, Level 1 Behavioral

Internal Movements

Blue

Green

New Hires to the District

Patty Van-Hafte Dave Hook

Newton Senior High School Principal

Bill Peters

Assistant Principal

Dave Kalkhoff

Scott Garvis - AD

Counselor

Don Arends

Cassia Nolin

Secretary

Open - Resignation Michelle Heisdorffer Tonya Smith

Jourdan Van Wyk

Donna Plumb - Secretary Connie Squire

Abby Lamont

Joan Lamb Instructional Coach

Tara Zehr

Math

Instructional Coach

Mark Burnett

ELA/Social Studies

Instructional Coach

Chris Forsyth

Science

Foreign Language

Curtis Briggs

Alison Grier

Desia Kies

Marcia Schrader

ELA

Chris Haug

Nikki Hively

Andrea Hogeland

Sarah Patterson

Katie Powell

Wayne Prime

Math

Open - Resignation Jeremy Cue

Tim Hemann

Alyssa Lewis

Pat Riley

Jill Stanton

Social Studies

Ashley Carter

Brian Cleveland

Doree Ward

Steve Weeks

Science

John Bieber

Jeff Richardson

Eric Grabe

Jodi Morgan-Peters Bill Reed

PE

Kim Florke

Brian Smith

Andy Swedenhjelm

Music

David Baxter

Jim Beerends

Open - Transfer

Business

Karla Cazett

Justin Liston

FACS

Jill Hook

Cheryl O'Roake

Art

Ruth DenHartog

Laura Lengeling

At-Risk (DoP)

Laura Sherratt

LMC

Ann Nelson

Industrial Tech

Derek Bair

Nurse

Clarissa Bloom

Department

Courtney Wolken

Bev Thomas

James Horn

Todd Lucas

Susie Brau

Ed Ergenbright

Debbie Johnston

Tina Stammeyer

Lori Gilmore

Internal Movements

Blue

Special Education Level 1 Services Functional Green

Cynthia Reynolds

New Hires to the District Yellow

Carroyl Routier Kelly Tremel

Need to Fill

Ray Whipple

Basics & Beyond and Disciplinary Alternative Program Principal

Mike Moran

Counselor

Counselors rotate from the high school

Secretary

Karen King

Instructional Coach

Tara Zehr

Math

Instructional Coach

Mark Burnett

ELA/Social Studies

Instructional Coach

Chris Forsyth

Science

DAP Special Ed, ELA, Soc St PE, Online Courses Success Coach

Randy Young Karen Hurt Chad Garvis

Basics & Beyond Business/Special Ed

Brian Springer

ELA

Kathy Ventling

Math

Robyn Horak

Science/PE

Judy Nissly

Social Studies/Careers

Phil Calvin

Social Studies Green

Ryan Comer Internal Movement Blue

New Hires to the District Yellow

Need to Fill

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Interagency Agreement INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE NEWTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE NEWTON POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEWTON CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER AS A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER FOR THE NEWTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 FISCAL SCHOOL YEARS. In consideration of the mutual obligations expressed beyond, the parties agree as follows: 1.

The Newton Police Department agrees to provide the District with the services of a School Resource Officer (SRO) who will be assigned throughout the school year to the Newton Community School District.

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The School Resource Officer will serve as police-school liaison between the Newton Police Department, the Newton Community School District, Jasper County Juvenile Court Services and Jasper County Human Services. The School Resource Officer will enforce Federal, State and Local laws within the Newton Community School District campuses. The School Resource Officer will work with school staff to identify students who are at risk for gang related involvement and/or substance abuse. The School Resource Officer will work with community committees to develop strategy related to juvenile substance abuse prevention, juvenile crime, and truancy. The School Resource Officer will coordinate and provide educational training to students and staff regarding health and safety issues.

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The Newton Community School District agrees to reimburse the Newton Police Department 56.25% of the annual salary and benefit cost of the police officer assigned to the School Resource Officer position for services rendered during the 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 school years.

This agreement is contingent upon the City of Newton keeping its authorized law enforcement staffing level at 23 sworn officers during the school years detailed in this agreement. The terms of this contract shall be renewable each year and contingent upon adequate funding by both the City of Newton and the Newton Community School District. In addition, the agreement may be terminated at any time, with 30 days notice, by resolution passed by either governing body. This agreement filed and dated by the respective parties as follows:

President, Board of Education Newton Community School District

Mayor, City of Newton Newton, Iowa

Secretary, Board of Education Newton Community School District

Chief of Police Newton Police Department

STATE OF IOWA Subscribed and sworn to before me this

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, who are the President and Secretary respectively of the Newton Community School District. Notary Public within and for the State of Iowa Subscribed and sworn to before me this

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, who are the Mayor and Chief of Police respectively of the City of Newton. Notary Public within and for the State of Iowa

Consortium Center for Success    Proposal: ​  Newton CSD will host the 5th - 8th grade portion of the program.    Request: ​  Newton Board of Education grant approval of hosting the program as part of the  Consortium to serve students in need, as described below.      Program Description (this will be altered if the Board approves it tonight.  Please replace  “Grinnell” with “Newton”.)​  ​  ​ A consortium of seven (BGM, East Marshall, Grinnell-Newburg, Montezuma,  Newton, West Marshall, and HLV; ​ we have since added Marshalltown, and will consider GMG at our June  meeting​ ) districts has developed two level 3 programs. These programs are designed to address the unique  needs of students in grades K-12 who have, or appear to have, a mental health condition that warrants  specialized programming. Programming will provide services from the host district (Grinnell), as well as AEA  services. Linkages to mental health providers will also be considered. ​ Note: this program is not designed to  be credit recovery program or a traditional BD program.  Each program will provide supports and services for students whose needs require long-term  placement as well as students whose needs reflect a more short-term stabilization period. Both programs  will provide reintegration opportunities as students are ready.      The program will serve no more than 7 students in a self-contained model with the goal of returning  students to a more least restrictive placement in the student’s resident district. Placement in this program  will be done via an IEP meeting.    Grinnell district will determine the academic curriculum used for instruction. The following will be  components of the program to provide needed instructional support:  ● Ongoing training and support to instruct students in coping skills and social skills  ● Educational aides trained to support the teacher  ● Behavior interventionist to support the classroom and move students to intervention areas when  classroom structure is not meeting student needs  ● Functional behavior assessment and behavior intervention plans implemented  ● Program is designed to serve students for various lengths of time depending on needs of students  ● Access to technology to support program  ● Follow Grinnell district school calendar and teacher work year 

  Anticipated Staff​ :  (employed and evaluated by NCSD)  ● 1 teacher with a Strategist II license (preferably BD/LD, but will accept ID), or willingness  to obtain Strat II license--for the “right” person  ● 1 Behavior Interventionist  ● 1 paraprofessional 

 

  Anticipated Student Numbers to start the year​ :  ● 6 (as reported by Consortium members in late April)    Cost to District​ :  The direct cost to NCSD will be for the number of days that we would have  student(s) in the program.  The direct costs will be divided out to those districts who have  students in program.  We will use the same billing system as we currently do for tuitioned in/  tuitioned out students currently.  All consortium district members understand that the cost per  day will fluctuate dependent upon the number of students assigned the program on any given  day.      Timeline: ​  We would like to post for this position as soon as possible to attempt to get someone  hired.  If we are unable to fill the position this year, we would like to advertise earlier next  year, and still host the program for the 17-18 school year.     

Series 700 – Auxiliary Services Policy Title: STUDENT SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION ELIGIBILITY FOR BUS SERVICE Policy Code No. 702.2 711.1

The following requirements are set by law: --Students (grades K-8) living more than two miles--and high school students living more than three miles--from their designated school will be furnished transportation. --Students may be required to meet a school bus on an approved route a distance of not more than three-fourths of a mile from their home. --When transportation by school bus is impracticable or where school bus service is not available, the Board may require the parent/guardian to transport children to the school designated for attendance. The parent/guardian will be reimbursed for such transportation as designated by statute. --Distance to school or to a bus route will be measured only on the public highway. The superintendent or designee will determine the safest and most passable route, which will start in the roadway opposite the private entrance to the residence of the student and end in the roadway opposite the entrance to the school grounds or designated point on the route. Students (grades K-6) living more than 1.5 miles from their designated school will be furnished transportation per local policy. All Newton Community School District students (grades K-8) residing outside the corporate limits of Newton and Lambs Grove, and high school students (grades 9-12) residing outside the corporate limits of Newton will be provided free transportation. City of Newton resident students (grades 7-8) residing more than two (2) miles and high school students (grades 9-12) residing more than three (3) miles from a designated attendance center will be provided free transportation. Fees for transporting students not residing the required distances shall be approved by the Board and shall not exceed the rate established by the Code of Iowa. Free and reduced transportation fee eligibility shall be determined by free and reduced guidelines prescribed by the Department of Agriculture for participation in the National School Lunch Programs. Reduced price transportation fee shall be one half (1/2) the regular fee as approved by the Board. Time of departure, time of return and location of stops on all routes shall be recommended by the Transportation Supervisor and approved by the superintendent or designee. Elementary students (K-6) transferred for reasons of school policy to an elementary school other than the school normally designated for attendance shall be provided free transportation. NCSD Board Policies

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Series 700 – Auxiliary Services Elementary school students (K-4) living more than a half mile from their designated school attendance centers, middle and high school students (5-12) living more than one mile from their designated attendance centers are entitled to transportation to and from their attendance center at the expense of the school district. Transportation of students who require special education services will generally be provided as for other students, when appropriate. Specialized transportation of a student to and from a special education instructional service is a function of that service and, therefore, an appropriate expenditure of special education instructional funds generated through the weighting plan. Transportation of a student to and from a special education support service is a function of that service, and is specified in the individualized education program (IEP) or the individualized family service plan (IFSP). When the IEP or IFSP team determines that unique transportation arrangements are required and the arrangements are specified in the IEP or IFSP, the school district will provide one or more of the following transportation arrangements for instructional services and the AEA for support services:   

Transportation from the student's residence to the location of the special education and back to the student's residence, or child care placement for students below the age of six. Special assistance or adaptations in getting the student to and from and on and off the vehicle, en route to and from the special education. Reimbursement of the actual costs of transportation when by mutual agreement the parents provide transportation for the student to and from the special education.

The school district is not required to provide reimbursement to parents who elect to provide transportation in lieu of agency-provided transportation. A student may be required, at the board's discretion, to meet a school vehicle without reimbursement up to three-fourths of a mile. The board may require the parent to transport their children up to two miles to connect with school bus vehicles at the expense of the school district when conditions deem it advisable. It is within the discretion of the board to determine such conditions. Parents of students who live where transportation by bus is impracticable or unavailable may be required to furnish transportation to and from the designated attendance center at the expense of the school district. Parents, who transport their children at the expense of the school district, are reimbursed at the rate per mile set by the state. Transportation arrangements made by agreement with a neighboring school district will follow the terms of the agreement. Students, who choose to attend a school in a school district other than their resident school district, will provide transportation to and from the school at their own expense.

Date of Adoption Review Date Revision Date Legal Ref.:

08/28/1989 01/10/2011 06/28/2010

20 U.S.C. §§ 1401, 1701 et seq. 34 C.F.R. Pt. 300 et seq. (1990). Iowa Code §§ 256B.4; 285; 321 (2013). 281 I.A.C. 41.412.

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501.16 Homeless Children and Youth 507.8 Student Special Health Services 603.3 Special Education 711 Transportation

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ISSUER COMMENT 26 April 2016

Annual Comment on Newton CSD

RATING

General Obligation (or GO Related)1 A1

Newton Community School District, IA

No Outlook

Contacts Joseph Manoleas 212-553-7106 Associate Analyst [email protected] Rachel Cortez 312-706-9956 VP-Senior Credit Officer [email protected]

Issuer Profile Newton Community School District is located in Jasper County in central Iowa, approximately 25 miles east of Des Moines, and serves the city of Newton. Jasper County has a population of 36,872 and a population density of 50 people per square mile. The county's per capita personal income is $38,871 (2nd quartile) and the November 2015 unemployment rate was 3.3% (1st quartile).2 TPI Composites, Newton Community School District, and Jasper County rank among the top employers in the county.

Credit Overview Newton CSD has a solid credit position. However, its A1 rating is a little weaker than the median rating of Aa3 for school districts nationwide. Key credit factors include a strong financial position, and a moderate pension burden with an extremely small debt liability. The rating also incorporates a fairly healthy socioeconomic profile and tax base. Finances: The financial position of the district is very solid and is relatively strong when compared with the A1 rating assigned. Newton CSD's cash balance as a percent of revenues (10.1%) is materially lower than the US median. In addition, the fund balance as a percent of operating revenues (6.8%) is notably weaker than the US median and declined modestly from 2012 to 2015. Debt and Pensions: The debt and pension liabilities of the district are low and are favorable in comparison to the assigned rating of A1. The net direct debt to full value (0.3%) is materially below the US median. Additionally, Newton CSD's Moody's-adjusted net pension liability to operating revenues (1.6x) is slightly under the US median. However, it unfavorably rose modestly between 2012 and 2015. Economy and Tax Base: The district has a satisfactory economy and tax base, which are comparable to its A1 rating. The total full value ($1.3 billion) is weaker than the US median. On the contrary, this indicator grew slightly from 2012 to 2015. In addition, the full value per capita ($61,405) is slightly below other Moody's-rated school districts nationwide. Lastly, the median family income is just 87.1% of the US level. Management and Governance: The ability to generate balanced financial operations is typically a sign of good financial management. From 2012 to 2015, Newton CSD's operations were approximately break-even. Concurrently, the tax base expanded modestly. Iowa school districts have an institutional framework score 3 of "Aa," or strong. Property taxes and state aid are the primary revenue sources for districts and are highly predictable. Revenue-raising ability is high as the management levy, physical plant and equipment levy

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(PPEL), and public education and recreation levy (PERL) are all unlimited. School districts can also increase the cash reserve levy up to 20% of general fund expenditures. Expenditures are highly predictable due to state-imposed limits on the annual growth rate. Expenditures mainly consist of personnel costs, which districts have a moderate ability to reduce given limited union presence.

Sector Trends - Iowa School Districts Iowa school districts are benefitting from steady appreciation of taxable valuations and ample revenue-raising flexibility, despite recent property tax reform. Spending limitations should continue to make expenditures manageable and predictable. The state allowable perpupil spending growth rate equaled 4% in fiscal 2014 and 2015 and was reduced to 1.25% for fiscal 2016. School districts with large declines in enrollment may encounter pressure from fixed costs as they reach their state spending limit, but generally districts can reduce expenditures as necessary. Pension contributions are expected to remain largely stable. Charter schools do not have a significant presence in Iowa. Exhibit 1

Key Indicators4 5 Newton CSD, IA

Source: Moody's

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Exhibit 2

Fund balance as a percent of operating revenues decreased slightly between 2012 and 2015 Fund Balance as a Percent of Operating Revenues

Source: Issuer financial statements; Moody's Exhibit 3

Full value of the property tax base grew modestly from 2012 to 2015 Total Full Value

Source: Issuer financial statements; Government data sources; Offering statements; Moody's Exhibit 4

Moody's-adjusted net pension liability to operating revenues increased slightly from 2012 to 2015 Net Direct Debt and Adjusted Net Pension Liability / Operating Revenues

*Debt is represented as Net Direct Debt / Operating Revenues. Net Direct Debt is defined as gross debt minus self supporting debt. Pensions are represented as ANPL / Operating Revenues. ANPL is defined as the average of Moody's-adjusted Net Pension Liability in each of the past three years. Source: Issuer financial statements; Government data sources; Offering statements; Moody's

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Endnotes 1 The rating referenced in this report is the government’s General Obligation (GO) rating or its highest public rating that is GO-related. A GO bond is generally a security backed by the full faith and credit pledge and total taxing power of the local government. See Local Government GO Pledges Vary Across States. for more details. GO-related ratings include issuer ratings, which are GO-equivalent ratings for governments that do not issue GO debt. GO-related ratings also include ratings on other securities that are notched or otherwise related to what the government’s GO rating would be, such as annual appropriation, lease revenue, non-ad valorem, and moral obligation debt. The referenced ratings reflect the government’s underlying credit quality without regard to state guarantee or enhancement programs or bond insurance. 2 The per capita personal income data and unemployment data for all counties in the US census are allocated to quartiles. The quartiles are ordered from strongest-to-weakest from a credit perspective: the highest per capita personal income quartile is first quartile, and the lowest unemployment rate is first quartile. The first quartile consists of the top 25% of observations in the dataset, the second quartile consists of the next 25%, and so on. The median per capita personal income for US counties is $46,049 for 2014. The median unemployment rate for US counties is 4.8 % for November 2015. 3 The institutional framework score measures a municipality’s legal ability to match revenues with expenditures based on its constitutionally and legislatively conferred powers and responsibilities. See US Local Government General Obligation Debt (January 2014) for more details. 4 For definitions of the metrics in the Key Indicators Table, US Local Government General Obligation Methodology and Scorecard User Guide (July 2014). The population figure used in the Full Value Per Capita ratio is the most recently available, most often sourced from either the US Census or the American Community Survey. Similarly, the Median Family Income data reported as of 2012 and later is always the most recently available data and is sourced from the American Community Survey. The Median Family Income data prior to 2012 is sourced from the 2010 US Census. The Full Value figure used in the Net Direct Debt and Moody's-adjusted Net Pension Liability (3-year average ANPL) ratios is matched to the same year as audited financial data, or if not available, lags by one or two years. Certain state-specific rules also apply to Full Value. For example, in California and Washington, assessed value is the best available proxy for Full Value. Certain state specific rules also apply to individual data points and ratios. Moody's makes adjustments to New Jersey local governments' reported financial statements to make it more comparable to GAAP. Additionally, Moody’s ANPLs reflect analyst adjustments, if any, for pension contribution support from non-operating funds and self-supporting enterprises. Many local government pension liabilities are associated with its participation in the statewide multiple-employer cost-sharing plans. Metrics represented as N/A indicate the data were not available at the time of publication. 5 The medians come from our most recently published local government medians report, Medians – Growing Tax Bases and Stable Fund Balances Support Sector’s Stability (March 2016). The medians conform to our US Local Government General Obligation Debt rating methodology published in January 2014. As such, the medians presented here are based on the key metrics outlined in the methodology and the associated scorecard. The appendix of this report provides additional metrics broken out by sector, rating category, and population. We use data from a variety of sources to calculate the medians, many of which have differing reporting schedules. Whenever possible, we calculated these medians using available data for fiscal year 2014. However, there are some exceptions. Population data is based on the 2010 Census and Median Family Income is derived from the 2012 American Community Survey. Medians for some rating levels are based on relatively small sample sizes. These medians, therefore, may be subject to potentially substantial year-over-year variation. Our ratings reflect our forward looking opinion derived from forecasts of financial performance and qualitative factors, as opposed to strictly historical quantitative data used for the medians. Our expectation of future performance combined with the relative importance of certain metrics on individual local government ratings account for the range of values that can be found within each rating category. Median data for prior years published in this report may not match last year's publication due to data refinement and changes in the sample sets used, as well as rating changes, initial ratings, and rating withdrawals.

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REPORT NUMBER 1023518

5

26 April 2016

Newton Community School District, IA: Annual Comment on Newton CSD

NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2016

2015-2016

LAST NAME Adams Adams Antle Axtell Babbitt Baltisberger Banfield Bartels Bebout Bechel Beck Beeler Bennett Bentley Bentley Bergman Berryhill Berstler Bleakney Bookbinder Breckenridge Brown Brown Bunker Carlos Carre Carter Caves Clark Claussen Coble Coen Cook Cornwall Cupples Damman Doland Dunlop Dykstra Eadens Egbert Engel Ergenbright Fisher Fitzgerald

FIRST NAME Chet Kari Dusti Elise Madelyn Resa Joseph Alyssa Olivia Dakota Patricia Micah Jacob Alex Clayton Adrienne Evelyn Maddison Matthew Grayson Whitney Kendall Kieran Austin Luiz Shea Evan Macey Ronald Courtney Whitney Grace Sara Anthony Bailey Derek Lynae Evan Chase Savannah Steven Griffin Allison Destiny Emily

MIDDLE NAME Dean Ann Cheyenne LeJune Jane Leigh Gilson Rose Susan Knopf Elizabeth Marie Lee Ryan William Ray Marie Adrienne Elaine Russell Alexander Shay Anne Gabriel Todd Maia Michael Jaydon Mae Richard Rae Cheyenne Olivia Elizabeth Robert Marie David Joy James Wayne Jo Glen Noyes Lynn Nicole Victoria

LAST NAME Fitzgerald Foster France Fuller Gander Garrett Geerlings Geerlings Gibson Gonzales Good Gragg Gray Griffith Guthrie Hackathorn Halferty Ham Hansen Harlow Hawkins Hawkins Henning Henning Hillyard Hoebelheinrich Hook Huizenga Humphrey Hunter Hurt Hutchinson Jackson James James Jenkins Jordan Keeton Klingensmith Klingensmith Knoll Kurtz-Day Laube Lee Lilienthal

05/06/2016

FIRST NAME Reanna Sierra Morgan Brianna Brittany Ricki Nickolas Vincent Rebecca Mariah Holly Chaz Maison Sierra Lance Megan Serena Treyton Clayton Race Emily Lereesa Jordan Samantha Cydney Stephanie Brady Kylea Madison Leah Annie Alexandra Amanda Austin Nicholas Sydney Victoria Jonah Cragar Kelly Kaelee Lakeisha Amanda Duncan Jonah

MIDDLE NAME Donnis Faye Renee Christine Anne Lea Anthony Robert Lauren Celine Marie Robert Riley Rose Tyrene Michelle Elaine Albert Joseph Patrick Ann Rae Joseph Jo Idalis Lynn Kent Jo Lyn Renee Nicole Rae Sage Nicole Jacob Alexander Royale Ann Michael Allen Ann Shay Rena Jordan Didier Jerome

NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2016

2015-2016

LAST NAME Lillo Logue Loshaw Lucas Luetters McAdoo McKinney McMahon Merrick Mesner Mettler Mielke Mikutis Miller Moon Morrison Myers Nevels Nook Oldenburger Parker Patterson Perrin Peters Peterson Peterson Putz Raper Reese Reeves Rhoads Richtsmeier Ridenour Risius Rock Rodgers Rogahn Romick Ruiz Rusk Sanderman-White Sanders Sanger Schuster Schwarz

FIRST NAME Troy Jayme Calli Frances Alexis Connor Michael Bryan Jerod Shane Paige Lila Jeffrey Ashley Taylor Dylon Elizabeth Dalton Grant Janessa Albert Shylo David Cole Michael Valerie Johnathan Elizabeth Brienna Jaci Hannah Derek Chaz Jacob Bailey Carl Kristopher Bryce Michael Nicholas Michael Kaelyn Stacie Parker Charles

MIDDLE NAME Daniel Hayden Cortney Madeline Helen Scott Francis Harrison Adam Scott Michael Marie Michele Allen Marie Ann DeLon Lyn Jayce Christopher LeeKay Ione George Marie Ray William Joseph Rae Stephen Nicole Chantane Rose Kaye Marten Tanner Riley Olivia William Aaron Austin Dallas Robert Patrick Isis Kay Gregg Henry

LAST NAME Seaman Shipley Smith Smith Solanki Sorenson Spencer St.John Starkenburg Stoulil Stout Stuhr Swan Theis Thomas Thurmond Tish Twaddle Versteegh Vest Walker Weeks Weiland Weithers Welcher Wells White Wigg Williams Wilt Winchell Wood Wyre Wyss Yoakum Yoakum Young

05/06/2016

FIRST NAME Jacob Bailee Jacob Jessica Richa Amber Leela Austin Ramona Austin Andrew Connor Alexander Zachary Payton Carolyn Bryce Jaclyn Hunter Benton Harley Rylan Andrew Jonathan Michael Tara Parker Tristen Joseph Haley Nicholas Hannah Kathryn Jordyn Alexa Christopher Kirsten

MIDDLE NAME Clark Dawn Marc Kay Atulkumar Lynn Mae Michael Kim Keith Jefferson David Wallace James Jon Trent Joanna Wayne Esther Lee John McCoy Andrew Alexander Isaiah James Wesley Ann Thomas-Todd Shalene Sullivan Marie Jordan Nicole Ellyn Ashley Morgan Michael Marie

NEWTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT MANUAL WARRANTS

VENDOR

5/9/16

CODE

DESCRIPTION

NONE TO REPORT

5-9-16

AMOUNT

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

Page: 1 User ID: DAS

05/06/2016 10:06 AM

Vendor Name Checking A TECH INC

Invoice 1

Fund: 10 311375

Due Date GENERAL FUND 05/09/2016

PO Number 26201115

Description

SERVICE CALL, 12V BATTERY Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

10 1454 2620 100 9600 430

170.00

170.00

A-1 LOCK

18455

05/09/2016

26201114

2 DUP KEYS

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

6.00

A-1 LOCK

18712

05/09/2016

26201114

15 DUP KEYS

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

26.25

Vendor Total: ACADEMIC THERAPY PUBLICATIONS

212312

05/09/2016

1097381

SPED SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

32.25 10 3109 1200 211 3301 612

146.30

146.30

AHLERS & COONEY PC

709748

05/09/2016

9975

LEGAL SERVICES

10 0011 2317 100 9000 342

450.00

AHLERS & COONEY PC

710493

05/09/2016

9975

LEGAL SERVICES

10 0011 2317 100 9000 342

338.00

Vendor Total:

788.00

ALLIANT UTILITIES INC

5365290000-5/16 05/09/2016

UTILITIES

10 0016 2620 100 9600 622

44,172.62

ALLIANT UTILITIES INC

6115708777-5/16 05/09/2016

UTILITIES

10 0016 2620 100 9600 622

629.60

Vendor Total:

44,802.22

AMAZON

100192356548

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

91.79

AMAZON

108405939025

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

4.14

AMAZON

118607761493

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

61.99

AMAZON

127415518862

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

11.98

AMAZON

132359832575

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

5.42

AMAZON

133694685435

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

68.09

AMAZON

13443963750

05/09/2016

1097436

AV SUPPLIES

10 3109 2223 100 9223 611

75.66

AMAZON

13443963750

05/09/2016

1097436

ENGLISH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 105 9014 612

24.29

AMAZON

138472282902

05/09/2016

1097436

ENGLISH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 105 9014 612

4.00

AMAZON

141811967830

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

12.99

AMAZON

144348023844

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

70.83

AMAZON

14535372081

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

27.84

AMAZON

150952044556

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

9.99

AMAZON

152255864489

05/09/2016

1097379

MATH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 111 9014 612

40.36

AMAZON

157151428819

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

225.12

AMAZON

166083506823

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

19.94

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

Page: 2 User ID: DAS

05/06/2016 10:06 AM

PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

AMAZON

168070435177

05/09/2016

1097436

AMAZON

171150497547

05/09/2016

1097436

AMAZON

171150975480

05/09/2016

1097436

AMAZON

173171348973

05/09/2016

AMAZON

173172475978

AMAZON AMAZON

Description

Account Number

Amount

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

4.39

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

20.37

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

114.76

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

102.95

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

66.59

173336099621

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

5.48

173336099621

05/09/2016

1097436

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 105 9014 612

55.88

AMAZON

173336312264

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

7.99

AMAZON

173339243237

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

39.84

AMAZON

173339657209

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

114.77

AMAZON

176635450107

05/09/2016

1097436

ENGLISH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 105 9014 612

12.88

AMAZON

176895405468

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

38.99

AMAZON

193654588352

05/09/2016

1097436

FOREIGN LANG SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 106 9014 612

79.76

AMAZON

197460682705

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

4.00

AMAZON

199957840724

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

15.99

AMAZON

20484019990

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

10.29

AMAZON

205837252091

05/09/2016

1097436

AV SUPPLIES

10 3109 2223 100 9223 611

3.65

AMAZON

205837252091

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

17.33

AMAZON

2109154106

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

18.29

AMAZON

214225637123

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

16.65

AMAZON

216171650902

05/09/2016

4543614

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

143.30

AMAZON

216177944929

05/09/2016

4543614

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

143.30

AMAZON

216442201249

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

17.32

AMAZON

218879772136

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

199.12

AMAZON

228818713186

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

13.97

AMAZON

229751139009

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

164.64

AMAZON

230687896848

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

68.99

AMAZON

23330393997

05/09/2016

1097436

AV SUPPLIES

10 3109 2223 100 9223 611

35.09

AMAZON

235605617691

05/09/2016

1097416

GRANT-DENHARTOG

10 0010 1100 100 8046 612

29.97

AMAZON

235860842360

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

18.00

AMAZON

243650441337

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

15.31

AMAZON

247102847723

05/09/2016

1097436

ENGLISH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 105 9014 612

7.54

AMAZON

262912825396

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

13.20

BOOKS

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

Page: 3 User ID: DAS

05/06/2016 10:06 AM

PO Number

Description

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

05/09/2016

1097377

270371385515

05/09/2016

1097377

AMAZON

271211809918

05/09/2016

AMAZON

30035987093

AMAZON AMAZON

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

AMAZON

263953257372

AMAZON

265264730592

AMAZON

Account Number

Amount

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

13.94

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

118.79

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

12.72

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

16.98

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

7.30

46118194774

05/09/2016

1097416

GRANT-DENHARTOG

10 0010 1100 100 8046 612

29.30

47349972874

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

4.00

AMAZON

52440353111

05/09/2016

1097379

MATH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 111 9014 612

62.28

AMAZON

61618680155

05/09/2016

4183187B

SPED SUPPLIES

10 1418 1200 211 3301 612

30.79

AMAZON

79972841206

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

4.51

AMAZON

80935920808

05/09/2016

1097436

BOOKS

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

21.10

AMAZON

86118225190

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

70.98

AMAZON

86639343944

05/09/2016

1097436

ENGLISH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 105 9014 612

30.54

AMAZON

88819417847

05/09/2016

1097377

REGISTRATION

10 3109 1100 100 8085 612

84.09

AMAZON

94664941564

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

9.99

AMAZON

94667046639

05/09/2016

1097436

SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 115 9014 612

87.09

Vendor Total:

2,979.43

AMPLIFIED IT

4157

05/09/2016

92350445

GOOGLE APS

10 0010 2235 100 9235 490

1,047.00

AMPLIFIED IT

4174

05/09/2016

92350445

GOOGLE APS

10 0010 2235 100 9235 490

349.00

Vendor Total: AMSTERDAM PRINTING & LITHO

5260467

05/09/2016

4543636

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

AUTO JET MUFFLER CORP

388343

05/09/2016

30817

TURBO PIPE, V CLAMP Vendor Total:

BARTELLO, THOMAS

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

BAXTER COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT

3RDQTR-2015/16

05/09/2016

9212072

OPEN ENROLLMENT Vendor Total:

BLACK HILLS ENERGY

MAY 2016

05/09/2016

UTILITIES

1,396.00 10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

149.42

149.42 10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

160.73

160.73 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0010 1100 100 9000 567

46,153.50

46,153.50 10 0016 2620 100 9600 621

5,157.29

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

Page: 4 User ID: DAS

05/06/2016 10:06 AM

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

5,157.29

BLANK PARK ZOO

1023480

05/09/2016

4543623

ADMISSION FEE

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

297.00

BLANK PARK ZOO

1142

05/09/2016

1097404

SCIENCE SUPPLIES

10 3109 1100 113 9014 612

90.00

Vendor Total: BLATCHFORD, LESA

050416

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

BRATLAND, MIRANDA

042216

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

BUSHTON MANUFACTURING LLC

9524

05/09/2016

1097355

BM-20 SCROLL SAW Vendor Total:

CALLAGHAN, ROBERT

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

387.00 10 1418 2410 100 9012 531

99.13

99.13 10 1418 1200 211 3301 612

21.00

21.00 10 0013 1300 380 4531 733

1,325.00

1,325.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00

CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO

62275D

05/09/2016

26201117

ASSY CARTR, ELEMENT, COMP

10 0016 2630 100 9600 683

860.58

CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO

62361D

05/09/2016

26201117

ASSY ROLLER, SHAFT

10 0016 2630 100 9600 683

123.11

Vendor Total: CAPITAL THEATER

1203

05/09/2016

81283

GRANT-GILBERT Vendor Total:

CAPPY'S TIRE & AUTO SERVICE

1-53603

05/09/2016

26201116

16X6 TURF MASTER Vendor Total:

CIBULA, JANE

042616

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

CINTAS CORPORATION

5004995711

05/09/2016

30822

FIRST AID RESTOCK Vendor Total:

CITY OF NEWTON LANDFILL

3811

05/09/2016

26201123

983.69 10 0010 1100 100 8046 612 887.50 10 0016 2630 100 9600 683

Vendor Total:

99.98

99.98 10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

30.35

30.35 10 0017 2740 100 9700 430

71.39

71.39 10 0016 2620 100 9600 421

REFUGE

887.50

181.24

181.24

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

Page: 5 User ID: DAS

05/06/2016 10:06 AM

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

CITY OF NEWTON WATERWORKS

MAY 2016

05/09/2016

PO Number

Description UTILITIES Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

10 0016 2620 100 9600 411

2,558.21

2,558.21

CROSS DILLON TIRE LINCOLN

7318987

05/09/2016

30818

R250ED

10 0017 2720 100 9700 672

773.36

CROSS DILLON TIRE LINCOLN

7319029

05/09/2016

30818

DISPOSAL FEE

10 0017 2740 100 9700 430

44.00

CROSS DILLON TIRE LINCOLN

7319294

05/09/2016

30818

FD690 PLUS

10 0017 2720 100 9700 672

1,356.04

Vendor Total: CRYSTAL CLEAR WATER CO

519882

05/09/2016

9977

10 0011 2329 100 9000 611

WATER Vendor Total:

CYNMAR LLC

SAJ00013178

05/09/2016

1097399

SCIENCE SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

DANNCO INC

12677

05/09/2016

9969

SAFETY EQUIPMENT Vendor Total:

DAVIS, ERIK

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

DEARBORN, STEVEN

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

2,173.40

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

32.00

32.00 10 3109 1100 113 9014 612

84.20

84.20 10 0010 1400 910 6000 612

394.00

394.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00

DEPT OF EDUCATION

041416

05/09/2016

30819

41 BUS INSPECTIONS

10 0017 2740 100 9700 430

1,640.00

DEPT OF EDUCATION

041916

05/09/2016

30819

3 BUS INSPECTIONS

10 0017 2740 100 9700 430

120.00

Vendor Total: DH PACE DOOR SERVICES GROUP

241

05/09/2016

26201118

REPAIRS ON WET SIDE AUTO DOOR Vendor Total:

1,760.00 10 1427 2620 100 9600 430

1,750.00

1,750.00

DICK BLICK

5989310

05/09/2016

81264

GRANT-NOEL

10 0010 1100 100 8046 612

230.02

DICK BLICK

5991818

05/09/2016

4183214

ART SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 102 9012 612

1,091.31

Vendor Total: DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVEST

050316

05/09/2016

90769

BACKGROUND Vendor Total:

1,321.33 10 0010 2490 100 9000 320 3,000.00

3,000.00

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

Page: 6 User ID: DAS

05/06/2016 10:06 AM

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

DODD AND SON'S TRASH SERVICE

043016

05/09/2016

PO Number

Description UTILITIES Vendor Total:

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

1569640

05/09/2016

9970

Account Number

Amount

10 0016 2620 100 9600 421

10 0011 2329 100 9000 611

PAGER Vendor Total:

1,698.00

1,698.00 14.95

14.95

FAREWAY

121195

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

152.23

FAREWAY

121454

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

65.08

FAREWAY

121559

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

53.13

FAREWAY

125493

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

152.90

FAREWAY

125509

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

24.88

FAREWAY

190438

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

15.65

FAREWAY

192741

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

60.68

FAREWAY

195060

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

72.67

FAREWAY

195581

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

24.41

FAREWAY

200634

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

69.27

FAREWAY

201496

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

53.91

FAREWAY

224930

05/09/2016

3110824

FOOD

10 3110 1100 420 1119 612

18.64

FAREWAY

227518

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

8.97

FAREWAY

62958

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

238.99

FAREWAY

63585

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

245.78

FAREWAY

64504

05/09/2016

1097374

GROCERIES

10 3109 1300 390 9014 612

59.93

Vendor Total:

1,317.12

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

283567

05/09/2016

26201119

GRASS SEED

10 0016 2630 100 9600 683

40.49

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

283613

05/09/2016

26201119

UTILITY LOCK

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

11.68

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

284003

05/09/2016

30820

CLAMPS, SPRING CABLE

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

19.33

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

284086

05/09/2016

9981

MAINT SUPPLIES

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

8.88

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

284140

05/09/2016

30820

BALL VALVE

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

26.98

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

284166

05/09/2016

92350446

TECH SUPPLIES

10 0010 2235 100 9235 611

9.88

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

284250

05/09/2016

30820

MAILBOX, MOUNT BRACKET, BLK

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

50.31

FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

284320

05/09/2016

30820

DBL HAMMER. POST/MOUNT KIT,

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

62.06

Vendor Total:

229.61

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

FASTENAL COMPANY

39191

05/09/2016

30821

FASTENAL COMPANY

39271

05/09/2016

30821

FASTENAL COMPANY

39304

05/09/2016

30821

Description

2238966

05/09/2016

1097401B

67.50

MASK TAPE, BOTTLED WATER,

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

109.75

FACIAL TISSUE

10 0017 2720 100 9700 611

58.05

SCIENCE SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC

1964863

05/09/2016

1097398

SCIENCE SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

FORBES OFFICE SOLUTIONS

136532

05/09/2016

9968

COPY CENTER Vendor Total:

GARVIS, SCOTT

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

GILBERT, JAMES

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

GILMORE, LORI

050316

05/09/2016

SPED SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

GOPHER SPORT

9149896

05/09/2016

1097407

SPED SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

GORZNEY-COMER, JOLENE

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

GUARINO, KRISTEN

042716

05/09/2016

Amount

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

SRUB-B, PHLP PWR, SQBIT

Vendor Total: FISHER SCIENTIFIC

Account Number

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

235.30 10 3109 1100 113 9014 612

172.86

172.86 10 3109 1100 113 9014 612

142.99

142.99 10 0011 2530 100 9000 611

3.99

3.99 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 3109 1200 214 3302 612

153.10

153.10 10 3109 1200 214 3302 612

365.85

365.85 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 1427 1100 860 3117 612

24.94

24.94

HAMILTONS RADIATOR & GLASS INC 42801

05/09/2016

26201120

INSULATED UNIT, , SIDE

10 3109 2620 100 9600 430

866.75

HAMILTONS RADIATOR & GLASS INC 42926

05/09/2016

30823

BUS#90 SIDE WINDOW

10 0017 2740 100 9700 430

105.00

Vendor Total:

971.75

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

Description

HEARTLAND AEA

111783-1

05/09/2016

4543610

PRINTING

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

72.15

HEARTLAND AEA

111783-3

05/09/2016

4183188

POSTERS

10 1418 1100 100 9012 594

20.93

HEARTLAND AEA

111783-4

05/09/2016

4722590

PRINTING

10 1472 1100 100 9012 612

13.98

Vendor Total: HENDRICKSON, STEFANIE

042616

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

HOTSY CLEANING SYSTEMS

166415

05/09/2016

30834

FLEETWASH Vendor Total:

HUMKE, RYAN

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

HY VEE INC

4374571798

05/09/2016

1097347

NAT'L HONOR SOCIETY Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

107.06 10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

36.99

36.99 10 0017 2720 100 9700 671

408.00

408.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 3109 2329 100 8078 611

32.24

32.24

IMAGINE NATION BOOKS LTD

BAUMGART-5/2016 05/09/2016

4183219

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

28.00

IMAGINE NATION BOOKS LTD

SOULE-5/2016

4183220

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

13.00

05/09/2016

Vendor Total:

41.00

INDUSTRIAL ARTS SUPPLY CO

9098

05/09/2016

1097330

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 0013 1300 380 4531 612

551.16

INDUSTRIAL ARTS SUPPLY CO

9098

05/09/2016

1097330

ROTATIONAL OVEN

10 0013 1300 380 4531 733

2,168.87

Vendor Total: INNOVATIVE LEARNING CONCEPTS INC

200173304

05/09/2016

4183215

SPED SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

INSTRUMENTALIST PRODUCTS CO

041516BMS

05/09/2016

2274453

BAND SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

INTERSTATE BATTERY OF UPPER IA 33097567

05/09/2016

30824

439836

05/09/2016

4543629

10 1418 1200 214 3302 612

MUSIC SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

209.52

209.52 10 2227 1100 112 9007 612

23.51

23.51 10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

31-MHD Vendor Total:

INTERSTATE MUSIC

2,720.03

225.90

225.90 10 1454 1100 112 9012 612 51.44

51.44

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

IOWA ASSN OF ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION

040716

05/09/2016

PO Number 3110794

Description REGISTRATION FEE Vendor Total:

IOWA PUPIL TRANSPORTATION

MEMBER 2016-17

05/09/2016

30825

2016/2017 IPTA SCHOOL DISTRICT Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

10 3110 2213 420 1119 331

720.00

720.00 10 0017 2720 100 9700 294

330.00

330.00

IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

41289

05/09/2016

26201121

ANNUAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION AND

10 1472 2620 100 9600 430

175.00

IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

41291

05/09/2016

26201121

ANNUAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION AND

10 1427 2620 100 9600 430

175.00

IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

41293

05/09/2016

26201121

ANNUAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION AND

10 3109 2620 100 9600 430

165.00

IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

41294

05/09/2016

26201121

ANNUAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION AND

10 3109 2620 100 9600 430

175.00

IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

41295

05/09/2016

26201121

ANNUAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION AND

10 3109 2620 100 9600 430

175.00

Vendor Total: ISAAC, GAYLE

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

JASPER COUNTY ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE

050316

05/09/2016

1097431

DONATION Vendor Total:

JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC

52974

05/09/2016

9979

OFFICE SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

865.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 3109 2329 100 8078 611

325.00

325.00 10 0011 2329 100 9000 611

211.90

211.90

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2043153

05/09/2016

26201113

COTTON RAGS, TIRE FOAM

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

8.98

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2043201

05/09/2016

26201113

BRAIDED TUBING

10 0016 2630 100 9600 683

17.90

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2043565

05/09/2016

26201113

BLADE, CHEMICAL PITCHER, WEED

10 0016 2630 100 9600 683

48.43

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2043597

05/09/2016

26201113

COUPLING, BULK MIDWEST, PVC

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

11.90

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2044234

05/09/2016

26201113

BULK MIDWEST

10 2227 2620 100 9600 683

2.80

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2044344

05/09/2016

26201113

THREADLOCKER, COUPLER, PISTOL

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

15.17

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2047313

05/09/2016

26201113

RUBBER TIP BLO-GUN

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

9.89

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

2049317

05/09/2016

26201113

WHITE CAULK, PLUMBER PUTTY,

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

6.27

Vendor Total: JW PEPPER & SON INC

11B79373

05/09/2016

1097430

BAND SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

121.34 10 3109 1100 112 9007 612 17.99

17.99

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

KABEL BUSINESS SERVICES-FLEX

1604348

05/09/2016

PO Number

Description Vendor Total: FLEX SPENDING Vendor Total:

KALKHOFF, DAVID

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

KU CENTER FOR RESEARCH

36274

05/09/2016

90768

REGISTRATION FEE Vendor Total:

Account Number

17.99

10 0011 1100 100 9295 295

Amount

24.00

24.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0010 2213 100 3373 331

375.00

375.00

LAKESHORE

1713870416

05/09/2016

31170130

PRESCHOOL SUPPLIES

10 1427 1100 860 3117 612

197.69

LAKESHORE

1930360416

05/09/2016

4543634

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

76.97

Vendor Total: LANGSTRAAT, STEPHANIE

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

274.66 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00

LEARNING POST

41080

05/09/2016

4183198

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 2329 100 8078 611

5.99

LEARNING POST

850

05/09/2016

1097408

SPED SUPPLIES

10 3109 1200 217 3303 612

555.02

Vendor Total: MACHIN, MEGGAN

042816

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

MAHASKA BOTTLING CO

11818145

05/09/2016

2274468

POP MACHINE Vendor Total:

MATCO TOOLS

192366

05/09/2016

30833

MDMAX2 SCAN TOOL COMPUTER Vendor Total:

MATTINGLY MUSIC STORE

2662

05/09/2016

4273304

BAND SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

MCMASTER-CARR

55085357

05/09/2016

1097417

INDUSTRIAL TECH Vendor Total:

561.01 10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

18.00

18.00 10 2227 2329 100 8102 611

58.75

58.75 10 0017 2235 100 9700 734

3,000.00

3,000.00 10 0013 1100 112 9007 612

15.26

15.26 10 3109 1300 380 9014 612 39.73

39.73

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

MOO'S BBQ

050316

05/09/2016

PO Number 9983

Description

Account Number

Amount

10 0011 2329 100 9000 611

FOOD Vendor Total:

63.97

63.97

NAPA AUTO PARTS

846836

05/09/2016

26201122

FUEL PUMP

10 0016 2650 100 9600 682

27.56

NAPA AUTO PARTS

846882

05/09/2016

26201122

OIL FILTER

10 0016 2650 100 9600 682

2.64

NAPA AUTO PARTS

847084

05/09/2016

26201122

V BELT

10 1454 2620 100 9600 683

61.41

NAPA AUTO PARTS

847516

05/09/2016

30827

HALOGEN LAMP

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

43.84

NAPA AUTO PARTS

847606

05/09/2016

30827

OIL FILTERS

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

95.74

NAPA AUTO PARTS

848519

05/09/2016

1097434

INDUST TECH SUPPLIES

10 3109 1300 380 9014 612

42.97

Vendor Total: NETSUPPORT INC

535628

05/09/2016

92350444

SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE Vendor Total:

274.16 10 0010 2235 100 9235 652

637.87

637.87

NEWS PRINTING CO

218542

05/09/2016

9972

BID NOTICE-SH CAMERA

10 0011 2310 100 9000 543

16.28

NEWS PRINTING CO

219400

05/09/2016

9972

BOARD MTG 4/11/16

10 0011 2310 100 9000 543

184.76

NEWS PRINTING CO

219413

05/09/2016

9972

WORK SESSION 4/11/16

10 0011 2310 100 9000 543

16.80

Vendor Total:

217.84

NEWTON COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT

042816

05/09/2016

9967

TXFR TO ACTIVITY

10 3109 1942 100 0000

380.00

NEWTON COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT

050316

05/09/2016

1097437

2016 YEARBOOKS

10 3109 1942 100 0000

24,130.00

Vendor Total: NEWTON COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT

231807

05/09/2016

3110825

10 3110 1100 420 1119 612

FOOD Vendor Total:

O'HALLORAN INTERNATIONAL INC

X100230724-01

05/09/2016

30828

CYLINDER CALIPER, HOSE Vendor Total:

O'KEEFE ELEVATOR

1341645

05/09/2016

26201124

24,510.00

ELEVATOR SERVICE CALL # 10224 Vendor Total:

110.40

110.40 10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

370.82

370.82 10 3109 2620 100 9600 430

422.68

422.68

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC 332494661

05/09/2016

26201125

TRUFLEX BELT, HI-PWR BELT

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

26.98

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC 332497844

05/09/2016

30829

MICRO BONNET

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

6.29

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC 332497916

05/09/2016

30829

RAZOR BLADE

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

5.00

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Vendor Name

Invoice

O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC 332498015

Due Date 05/09/2016

PO Number 30829

Description KNIT BONNET Vendor Total:

ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC

677199912-01

05/09/2016

4543625

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

1121819

05/09/2016

1097435

417043

05/09/2016

2274461

92111-00

05/09/2016

26201126

DEER SKIN GLOVES Vendor Total:

PASCO SCIENTIFIC

570444

05/09/2016

1097373

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

SCIENCE SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

10.98

49.25 10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

104.15

104.15 436.53

436.53 10 2227 2329 100 8102 611

FOOD Vendor Total:

PAPER CORPORATION

Amount

10 3109 2222 100 9222 643

BOOKS Vendor Total:

P J DELI

Account Number

19.00

19.00 10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

630.00

630.00 10 3109 1100 113 9014 612

242.40

242.40

PC & MAC EXCHANGE

100993

05/09/2016

9980

TONER CARTRIDGE

10 0011 2530 100 9000 611

388.00

PC & MAC EXCHANGE

101092

05/09/2016

9980

TONER CARTRIDGE

10 0011 2530 100 9000 611

154.00

PC & MAC EXCHANGE

101096

05/09/2016

9980

TONER CARTRIDGE

10 0011 2530 100 9000 611

179.00

PC & MAC EXCHANGE

101396

05/09/2016

9980

TONER CARTRIDGE

10 0011 2530 100 9000 611

116.00

Vendor Total:

837.00

PERFECTION LEARNING CORP

782752

05/09/2016

2274406

LMC BOOKS

10 2227 2222 100 9222 643

99.44

PERFECTION LEARNING CORP

783611

05/09/2016

4093117

LMC SUPPLIES

10 1409 1100 100 8074 612

193.20

PERFECTION LEARNING CORP

783612

05/09/2016

4183169

BOOKS

10 1418 2222 100 9222 643

193.20

PERFECTION LEARNING CORP

783618

05/09/2016

4543596

LMC BOOKS

10 1454 2222 100 9222 643

193.20

Vendor Total: PETERS, WILLIAM

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

679.04 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00

PLUMBMASTER INC

1506736-1

05/09/2016

26201127

SPONGE RUBBER URINAL GASKET,

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

146.93

PLUMBMASTER INC

1506736-1

05/09/2016

26201127

SPONGE RUBBER URINAL GASKET,

10 2227 2620 100 9600 683

146.92

PLUMBMASTER INC

1506736-1

05/09/2016

26201127

SPONGE RUBBER URINAL GASKET,

10 1418 2620 100 9600 683

146.92

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Vendor Total:

POPULAR WOODWORKING

SUBSCRIP-201617

05/09/2016

1097432

INDUST TECH SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

POSITIVE PROMOTIONS

5447294

05/09/2016

4183189

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

PRESTO-X LLC

30856669

05/09/2016

UTILITIES Vendor Total:

QUILL CORP

134437576

05/09/2016

4543628

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount 440.77

10 3109 1300 380 9014 612

29.99

29.99 10 1418 2329 100 8078 611

253.77

253.77 10 0016 2620 100 9600 425

436.30

436.30 10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

205.08

205.08

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5487982

05/09/2016

4543627

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

90.91

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5490923

05/09/2016

4183205

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

135.59

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5493238

05/09/2016

4543635

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

200.93

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5494571

05/09/2016

4543637

SPED SUPPLIES

10 1454 1200 217 3303 612

52.82

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5494610

05/09/2016

4183206

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

87.92

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5497454

05/09/2016

4183210

SPED SUPPLIES

10 1418 1200 211 3301 612

29.92

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC

5504471

05/09/2016

4543643

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1454 1100 100 9012 612

45.65

Vendor Total: RIEMAN MUSIC INC

2215818

05/09/2016

4183227

BAND REPAIRS Vendor Total:

ROSS, TINA

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

RSP & ASSOCIATES LLC

799

05/09/2016

9978

BOUNDARY MAPS Vendor Total:

S & C AUTOMOTIVE

71613

05/09/2016

30835

KNIT WAX, ORB BONNET, WASH Vendor Total:

SADLER POWER TRAIN INC

11293630

05/09/2016

30830

BENDIX TWIN PISTON, CORE, DISC

643.74 10 1418 2329 100 8078 611

16.50

16.50 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0011 2329 100 9000 611

310.00

310.00 10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

171.97

171.97 10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

185.07

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

Description

SADLER POWER TRAIN INC

11293980

05/09/2016

30830

PISTON CALIP, CORE, DISC BRAKE

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

281.39

SADLER POWER TRAIN INC

11294231

05/09/2016

30830

LEVEL 1 CORE AND CORE PAIR

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

(124.00)

SADLER POWER TRAIN INC

11294267

05/09/2016

30830

LEVEL 1 CORE RETURN

10 0017 2720 100 9700 673

(55.00)

Vendor Total: SCANTRON

3141355

05/09/2016

1097406

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

287.46 10 3109 1100 100 9014 612

683.09

683.09

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS

3526751-190

05/09/2016

4183199

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

8.98

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS

3526751-471

05/09/2016

4183201

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

57.90

Vendor Total:

66.88

SCHOLASTIC INC

T27067040

05/09/2016

4183196

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

225.00

SCHOLASTIC INC

T27446333

05/09/2016

4183193

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

183.00

Vendor Total:

408.00

SCHOOL SPECIALITY INC

208116019244

05/09/2016

4183190

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

95.04

SCHOOL SPECIALITY INC

208116164443

05/09/2016

4183211

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

45.06

Vendor Total: SCHOOLSIN

268605

05/09/2016

4093140

LMC SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

SCHUSTER, TODD

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

SELOVER, LAURA

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

SHARP, LISA

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

SHOCKEY, SARA

050416

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

SLOAN, DANIEL

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT

140.10 10 1409 2222 100 9222 611

356.75

356.75 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

40.00 10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

27.99

27.99 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

40.00

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount 40.00

SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER

11079647

05/09/2016

26201128

SCREWS, DRYWALL SCREWS

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

58.27

SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER

11080005

05/09/2016

26201128

ALL PURPOSE SCREWS

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

4.94

SPAHN & ROSE LUMBER

11081233

05/09/2016

1097427

AG SUPPLIES

10 3109 1300 310 9014 612

172.61

Vendor Total:

235.82

STAPLES ADVANTAGE

3298576350

05/09/2016

4183191

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

40.06

STAPLES ADVANTAGE

3299714305

05/09/2016

2274456

OFFICE SUPPLIES

10 2227 1100 100 9013 612

54.09

Vendor Total:

94.15

SUPPLY WORKS

363536186

05/09/2016

26201129

BATTERIES

10 1418 2620 100 9600 683

40.68

SUPPLY WORKS

363536186

05/09/2016

26201129

BATTERIES

10 2227 2620 100 9600 683

40.68

SUPPLY WORKS

363673252

05/09/2016

26201129

HAND SOAP, TOWELS, BROOM, DUST

10 1472 2620 100 9600 683

408.66

SUPPLY WORKS

363673260

05/09/2016

26201129

BATH TISSUE, TOWELS, LINERS

10 1409 2620 100 9600 683

368.86

SUPPLY WORKS

363673278

05/09/2016

26201129

24/CS 200W A23 MED

10 2227 2620 100 9600 683

22.68

SUPPLY WORKS

363673278

05/09/2016

26201129

24/CS 200W A23 MED

10 1418 2620 100 9600 683

22.68

SUPPLY WORKS

364312694

05/09/2016

26201129

TOWEL, FACIAL TISSUE, ACID

10 3109 2620 100 9600 683

407.94

SUPPLY WORKS

364312702

05/09/2016

26201129

BATH TISSUE, TOWELS, ACID BOWL

10 1427 2620 100 9600 683

557.13

Vendor Total: SWANK, DEBBIE

050216

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

TEACHER DIRECT

461857700015

05/09/2016

4183207

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

TEACHER SYNERGY INC

21439651

05/09/2016

4183112

SPED SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

TEACHER'S DISCOVERY

81405

05/09/2016

1097412

FOREIGN LANGUAGE Vendor Total:

THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA

134299

05/09/2016

30831

TUBE ASSY LOWER RAD Vendor Total:

1,869.31 10 0010 2511 100 9000 580

129.60

129.60 10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

88.88

88.88 10 1418 1200 214 3302 612

40.00

40.00 10 3109 1100 106 9014 612

551.70

551.70 10 0017 2720 100 9700 673 195.06

195.06

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

050216

05/09/2016

PO Number 9974

Description

050316

05/09/2016

1097441

Amount

10 0011 2329 100 9000 531

POSTAGE Vendor Total:

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE

Account Number

10 3109 2410 100 9014 531

POSTAGE Vendor Total:

1,000.00

1,000.00 1,000.00

1,000.00

US BANK

0660-5/16

05/09/2016

92350447

TECH SUPPLIES

10 0010 2235 100 9235 611

US BANK

4788-5/16

05/09/2016

9962

FOOD

10 0012 2321 100 9000 580

56.35

US BANK

7134-5/16

05/09/2016

81273

GRANT-O'LEAR

10 0010 1100 100 8046 612

299.88

US BANK

7846-5/16

05/09/2016

26201130

MAINT SUPPLIES

10 0016 2620 100 9600 683

2,576.03

US BANK

8514-5/16

05/09/2016

30832

FUEL ON ACTIVITY TRIPS

10 0017 2720 100 9700 626

121.57

Vendor Total: US CELLULAR

452206663-5/16

05/09/2016

3,458.64 10 0011 2329 100 9000 611

UTILITIES Vendor Total:

404.81

136.46

136.46

WALMART STORES INC

364-5/16

05/09/2016

26201112

HOSE NOZZLE

10 1427 2620 100 9600 683

2.88

WALMART STORES INC

7061

05/09/2016

4183192

SPED SUPPLIES

10 1418 1200 214 3302 612

28.28

WALMART STORES INC

8437-5/16

05/09/2016

4183202

CLASSROOM SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 100 9012 612

31.85

WALMART STORES INC

8447-5/16

05/09/2016

4183203

ART SUPPLIES

10 1418 1100 102 9012 612

50.14

WALMART STORES INC

8953

05/09/2016

4183195

SPED SUPPLIES

10 1418 1200 214 3302 612

18.71

WALMART STORES INC

9800-5/16

05/09/2016

4273320

TAG SUPPLIES

10 0010 1200 470 1118 612

66.19

Vendor Total: WESTGATE COLISEUM LLC

041816

05/09/2016

81284

GRANT-GILBERT Vendor Total:

WINDSTREAM IOWA COMMUNICATIONS 91500407-5/16

05/09/2016

CELL-5/2016

05/09/2016

10 0010 1100 100 8046 612

MISC REIMBURSEMENT

880.00

880.00 10 3110 2410 420 1119 532

UTILITIES Vendor Total:

WYLIE, LARRY

198.05

6.10

6.10 10 0010 2410 100 9000 532

Vendor Total:

40.00

Fund Total:

179,925.62

40.00

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Checking Account Total:

Checking FLOOR STORE

2

Fund: 36 24675

BOARD PPEL .33 05/09/2016

9982

040116

05/09/2016

9976

Vendor Total: STAR EQUIPMENT LTD

1528423

05/09/2016

9984

SKID LOADER

4,851.20

4,851.20 36 0010 2235 100 9025 652

5CAST

Amount

179,925.62

36 0010 2620 100 9025 430

CARPET Vendor Total:

FORECAST 5 ANALYTICS INC

Account Number

1,083.34

1,083.34 36 0010 2620 100 9025 733

Vendor Total:

51,500.00

Fund Total:

57,434.54

51,500.00

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Checking Account Total:

Checking ADAMS, CEDRIC

3

Fund: 21 ACTIVITY FUND BSOCC 4/26/16 05/09/2016

610492

BOYS SOCCER 4/26/16 Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

57,434.54

21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00

AMAZON

42965440806

05/09/2016

610347

PRINCESS & PAPA'S

21 3109 1400 950 7132 616

11.74

AMAZON

86744931368

05/09/2016

610347

PRINCESS & PAPA'S

21 3109 1400 950 7132 616

120.79

AMAZON

86748102530

05/09/2016

610347

PRINCESS & PAPA'S

21 3109 1400 950 7132 616

25.98

Vendor Total: ANTUNEZ, ANGEL ADALID

GSOCC 4/16/16

05/09/2016

610493

GIRLS SOCCER 4/16/16 Vendor Total:

ATLANTIC BOTTLING COMPANY

7139

05/09/2016

610516

CONCESSIONS Vendor Total:

BENNETT, VIRGINIA

042516

05/09/2016

2274469

59

05/09/2016

610461

042916

05/09/2016

610517

Vendor Total: CHARITON COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT

GTRACK 4/28/16

05/09/2016

610530

GIRLS TRACK 4/28/16 Vendor Total:

CHRISTOFFERSON, RODNEY

BSOCC 4/19/16

05/09/2016

610494

BOYS SOCCER 4/19/16 Vendor Total:

CREECHER FEATURE INC

7732

05/09/2016

2274452

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Vendor Total:

DAWSON PRODUCTIONS

5241

05/09/2016

610524

21 3109 1400 950 7059 616

Vendor Total:

600.00

600.00 181.48

181.48 4.00

4.00 21 3109 1400 920 6840 815

60.00

60.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 2227 1400 950 7104 616

54.15

54.15 21 3109 1400 950 7063 616

FFA

336.00

336.00

21 3109 1400 910 6210 616

VOCAL

95.00

95.00

21 3109 1400 910 6221 616

BAND Vendor Total:

CARDINAL TROPHIES AND AWARDS

21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

21 2227 1400 910 6210 616

VOCAL Vendor Total:

BEST WESTERN HOLIDAY MANOR

158.51

50.00

50.00

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

Description

DC SPORTS

14863

05/09/2016

610479

KEY CLUB

21 3109 1400 950 7129 616

195.00

DC SPORTS

14867

05/09/2016

610478

GSA

21 3109 1400 950 7134 616

272.00

Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

467.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAA023191-AN0

05/09/2016

610519

BOYS TRACK

21 3109 1400 920 6740 616

359.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAD105111-AN0

05/09/2016

610232D

BOYS SOCCER

21 3109 1400 920 6725 616

80.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAD105248-AN0

05/09/2016

610519

BOYS TRACK

21 3109 1400 920 6740 616

90.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAD105525-AW0

05/09/2016

610379

SOFTBALL

21 3109 1400 920 6835 616

734.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAD105584-AJ0

05/09/2016

610385

BOYS GOLF

21 3109 1400 920 6760 616

99.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAN013226-AN0

05/09/2016

610481

GIRLS SOCCER

21 3109 1400 920 6825 616

90.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAN01328-AN0

05/09/2016

610481

GIRLS SOCCER

21 3109 1400 920 6825 616

966.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAT014181-AN0

05/09/2016

610480

BOYS BASKETBALL

21 3109 1400 920 6710 616

234.00

DECKER SPORTING GOODS INC

AAT014543-AJ0

05/09/2016

610380

GENERAL ATHLETICS

21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

143.00

Vendor Total: EDWARDS, PATRICK

GSOCC 4/16/16

05/09/2016

610495

GIRLS SOCCER 4/16/16 Vendor Total:

FELD, MARK

BSOCC 4/26/16

05/09/2016

610496

BOYS SOCCER 4/26/16 Vendor Total:

GOSCH, RANDY

BSOCC 4/25/16

05/09/2016

610497

BOYS SOCCER 4/25/16 Vendor Total:

HAAG PIANO SERVICE

041416

05/09/2016

610458

2,795.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345 95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

Vendor Total:

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 910 6221 616

BAND

95.00

640.00

640.00

HEARTLAND AEA

111783-2

05/09/2016

2274450

CARDINAL CHRONICLE

21 2227 1400 950 7086 616

95.20

HEARTLAND AEA

111783-5

05/09/2016

2274450

BEHAVIOR FORMS

21 2227 1400 950 7086 616

4.40

Vendor Total: HOFMANN, AL

GSOCC 4/16/16

05/09/2016

610498

GIRLS SOCCER 4/16/16 Vendor Total:

HOUSEMAN, OLIVER

GSOCC 4/16/16

05/09/2016

610499

GIRLS SOCCER 4/16/16 Vendor Total:

99.60 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345 95.00

95.00

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

INSTRUMENTALIST PRODUCTS CO

041516BMS-ACT

05/09/2016

PO Number

2274453

Description Vendor Total:

21488

05/09/2016

610525

05/09/2016

610483

MEMBERSHIP 2016-17 Vendor Total:

JACKSON, DOUG

BSOCC 4/25/16

05/09/2016

610500

BOYS SOCCER 4/25/16 Vendor Total:

JOHNSON, BILL

GSOCC 4/16/16

05/09/2016

610501

GIRLS SOCCER 4/16/16 Vendor Total:

JW PEPPER & SON INC

11B66386

05/09/2016

2274431B

VOCAL

JW PEPPER & SON INC

11B69535

05/09/2016

2274431B

VOCAL Vendor Total:

KIRCHHOFF, STANLEY

GTRACK 4/21/16

05/09/2016

610502

GIRLS TRACK 4/21/16 Vendor Total:

LEE, BRANDON

GSOCC 4/22/16

05/09/2016

610503

GIRLS SOCCER 4/22/16 Vendor Total:

MAY, DAVID

BSOCC 4/19/16

05/09/2016

610504

BOYS SOCCER 4/19/16 Vendor Total:

MIDWEST SPORTS

1610320000

05/09/2016

610417

GIRLS TENNIS Vendor Total:

MOMENTUM MEDIA

16-023

05/09/2016

610484

GENERAL ATHLETICS Vendor Total:

MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL

9369637-4/2016

05/09/2016

610527

Vendor Total:

91.49

1,063.00

1,063.00 21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

2.00

2.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 2227 1400 910 6210 616

8.75

21 2227 1400 910 6210 616

61.25

70.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

120.00

120.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

142.50

142.50 21 3109 1400 920 6850 616

806.90

806.90 21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

130.00

130.00 21 3109 1400 910 6110 616

DRAMA

Amount

91.49 21 3109 1400 950 7063 616

FFA Vendor Total:

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN MEMBER 2016-17

95.00

21 2227 1400 910 6221 616

BAND Vendor Total:

IOWA FFA ASSOCIATION

Account Number

400.00

400.00

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

Description

NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION

MDS42248

05/09/2016

610219

FFA

21 3109 1400 950 7063 616

207.11

NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION

MDS50329

05/09/2016

610413

FFA

21 3109 1400 950 7063 616

434.45

Vendor Total: NEWTON COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT

082115

05/09/2016

610468

STUDENT COUNCIL Vendor Total:

NIKL, JOLENE

GSOCC 4/22/16

05/09/2016

610505

GIRLS SOCCER 4/22/16 Vendor Total:

O'BANNON, JOHN

GSOCC 4/25/16

05/09/2016

610506

BOYS SOCCER 4/25/16 Vendor Total:

OLSSON, TOM

GSOCC 4/28/16

05/09/2016

610507

BOYS SOCCER 4/28/16 Vendor Total:

PC & MAC EXCHANGE

100995

05/09/2016

605467

TONER CARTRIDGE Vendor Total:

PELLA HIGH SCHOOL

GTRACK 4/28/16

05/09/2016

610485

GIRLS TRACK 4/28/16 Vendor Total:

POTE, JODI

GSOCC 4/22/16

05/09/2016

610508

GIRLS SOCCER 4/22/16 Vendor Total:

PURCELL, AMOS

BSOCC 4/26/16

05/09/2016

610509

BOYS SOCCER 4/26/16 Vendor Total:

RAHIC, NIHAT

BSOCC 4/28/16

05/09/2016

610510

BOYS SOCCER 4/28/16 Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

641.56 21 3109 1400 950 7092 616

70.00

70.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

139.00

139.00 21 3109 1400 920 6840 815

85.00

85.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00

REIF, JEFF

BSOCC 4/28/16

05/09/2016

610511

BOYS SOCCER 4/28/16

21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

REIF, JEFF

GSOCC 4/16/16

05/09/2016

610511

GIRLS SOCCER 4/16/16

21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

Vendor Total:

190.00

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Vendor Name

Invoice

RICHARD PITINO BASKETBALL CAMP BBBALL CAMPINC 6/20/16

Due Date 05/09/2016

PO Number 610489

Description BOYS BASKETBALL Vendor Total:

RICHTER, TONY

BSOCC 4/25/16

05/09/2016

610512

BOYS SOCCER 4/25/16 Vendor Total:

RILEY, PATRICK

042816

05/09/2016

RILEY, PATRICK

050416

05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

SAUERMAN & SON INC

44118

05/09/2016

610486

GENERAL ATHLETICS Vendor Total:

SHIRTCHAMP.COM

265223

05/09/2016

610375

PACESETTERS Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

21 3109 1400 920 6710 616

400.00

400.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

95.00

95.00 21 3109 1400 920 6760 616

6.00

21 3109 1400 920 6760 616

286.50

292.50 21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

394.41

394.41 21 3109 1400 920 6694 616

134.72

134.72

SIGN PRO

042016NHS

05/09/2016

610487

GENERAL ATHLETICS

21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

105.00

SIGN PRO

042116NHS

05/09/2016

610487

GENERAL ATHLETICS

21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

208.00

Vendor Total: SILVERADO JEWELRY

156

05/09/2016

610521

STUDENT COUNCIL Vendor Total:

SIMPSON COLLEGE

VBALL CAMP-2016 05/09/2016

610488

VOLLEYBALL Vendor Total:

313.00 21 3109 1400 950 7092 616

190.00

190.00 21 3109 1400 920 6815 616

100.00

100.00

SOUTHEAST POLK HIGH SCHOOL

GGOLF 5/12/16

05/09/2016

610529

GIRLS GOLF 5/12/16

21 3109 1400 920 6860 616

90.00

SOUTHEAST POLK HIGH SCHOOL

JAZZ 12/16/16

05/09/2016

610474

JAZZ BAND 12/16/16

21 3109 1400 910 6221 815

300.00

Vendor Total: STAPLEFORD, KEVIN

BSOCC 4/19/16

05/09/2016

610513

BOYS SOCCER 4/19/16 Vendor Total:

TROPHIES PLUS

351200

05/09/2016

610523

GENERAL ATHLETICS Vendor Total:

390.00 21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

142.50

142.50 21 3109 1400 920 6600 616 452.43

452.43

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

Description

TROPHY SHOP

160420-1

05/09/2016

610528

FFA

21 3109 1400 950 7063 616

339.42

TROPHY SHOP

160428-1

05/09/2016

610522

BOYS TRACK

21 3109 1400 920 6740 616

193.64

TROPHY SHOP

160428-1

05/09/2016

610522

GIRLS TRACK

21 3109 1400 920 6840 616

193.64

Vendor Total: URBANDALE HIGH SCHOOL

BAND 9/2/16

05/09/2016

610459

BAND 9/2/16 Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

726.70 21 3109 1400 910 6221 815

125.00

125.00

US BANK

7134-5/16ACT

05/09/2016

610462

BOYS BASKETBALL

21 3109 1400 920 6710 616

495.00

US BANK

7134-5/16ACTB

05/09/2016

610422

GENERAL ATHLETICS

21 3109 1400 920 6600 616

200.65

Vendor Total: VOYEK, RICH

BSOCC 4/28/16

05/09/2016

610514

BOYS SOCCER 4/28/16 Vendor Total:

WINDSTREAM IOWA COMMUNICATIONS 91704281-5/16

05/09/2016

033016

05/09/2016

610531

21 3109 1400 920 6601 345

105.73

105.73 21 3109 1400 950 7063 616

FFA

95.00

95.00 21 3109 2329 920 6720 532

UTILITIES Vendor Total:

WOODWORKS

695.65

Vendor Total:

2,726.80

Fund Total:

18,391.63

2,726.80

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Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Checking Account Total:

Checking CROSON, CRISTY

4

Fund: 61 SCHOOL NUTRITION FUND CELL 5/2016 05/09/2016

MISC REIMBURSEMENT Vendor Total:

Account Number

Amount

18,391.63

61 0010 2410 100 1611 532

40.00

40.00

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209752

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

172.00

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209752

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

44.80

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209753

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

67.20

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209753

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

172.00

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209789

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

11.20

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209789

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

148.75

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209790

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

154.80

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209790

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

33.60

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209838

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

67.20

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209838

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

51.60

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

521722098737

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

68.80

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

521722098737

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

22.40

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209878

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

225.05

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209879

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

178.55

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209929

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

54.20

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209930

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

56.00

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209966

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

157.40

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172209967

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

205.60

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172210039

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

43.00

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172210040

05/09/2016

533320

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

43.00

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO INC

52172210040

05/09/2016

533320

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

89.60

Vendor Total: FARVER'S TRUE VALUE

283640

05/09/2016

533321

SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

KECK INC

031616

05/09/2016

533322

2,066.75 61 0010 3110 100 1611 618

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

LUNCH Vendor Total:

8.99

8.99

1,693.50

1,693.50

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PO Number

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6154118

05/09/2016

533323

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6154118

05/09/2016

533323

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6154118

05/09/2016

533323

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6154119

05/09/2016

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6154119

MARTIN BROS DIST CO MARTIN BROS DIST CO

Description

Account Number

Amount

61 0010 3110 100 1612 618

36.91

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

3,651.06

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

649.71

533323

SUPPLIES

61 0010 3110 100 1621 618

85.37

05/09/2016

533323

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

281.58

6154119

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

379.79

6154119

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

3,391.48

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160196

05/09/2016

533323

SUPPLIES

61 0010 3110 100 1611 618

264.08

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160196

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

2,452.94

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160196

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

328.60

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160196

05/09/2016

533323

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

37.31

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160197

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

62.83

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160198

05/09/2016

533323

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

72.44

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160198

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

1,015.06

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160198

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

206.76

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160198

05/09/2016

533323

SUPPLIES

61 0010 3110 100 1611 618

40.96

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6160198CR

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

(23.20)

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6164594

05/09/2016

533323

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

396.06

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6164594

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

93.80

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6164594

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

3,516.13

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6164595

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

1,457.33

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6164595

05/09/2016

533323

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

309.71

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6164595

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

290.96

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6171140

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

258.75

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6171140

05/09/2016

533323

ALA CARTE

61 0010 3110 100 1621 631

500.09

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6171140

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

1,130.35

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6171141

05/09/2016

533323

LUNCH

61 0010 3110 100 1611 631

2,230.61

MARTIN BROS DIST CO

6171141

05/09/2016

533323

BREAKFAST

61 0010 3110 100 1612 631

34.11

SUPPLIES

Vendor Total: RAPIDS

944367

05/09/2016

533319

SUPPLIES Vendor Total:

SNA

553451-16/17

05/09/2016

533324

DUES 2016-17

23,151.58 61 0010 3110 100 1611 618

212.35

212.35 61 0010 3110 100 1611 294

10.00

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

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05/06/2016 10:06 AM

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description

Account Number

Amount

Vendor Total:

10.00

Fund Total:

27,183.17

BOARD REPORT - BOARD

Newton Community School District

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05/06/2016 10:06 AM

Vendor Name

Invoice

Due Date

PO Number

Description Checking Account Total:

Checking 5 COMMUNICATION INNOVATORS

Fund: 33 80086

LOCAL OPTION SALES AND SERVICES TAX FUND 05/05/2016 92350437 NEW ADM BLDG Vendor Total:

FORBES OFFICE SOLUTIONS

1369632

05/09/2016

9973

NEW ADM BLDG Vendor Total:

FREVERT-RAMSEY-KOBES

849H12-7

05/09/2016

9971

STADIUM PRESSBOX Vendor Total:

ROCHON CORP OF IOWA

#6-NEWADMBLDG

05/09/2016

9985

NEW ADM BLDG

Account Number

Amount

27,183.17

33 0010 4700 100 9000 450

15,336.55

15,336.55 33 0010 4700 100 9000 611

6,753.48

6,753.48 33 0010 4700 100 9000 343

1,143.14

1,143.14 33 0010 4700 100 9000 450

Vendor Total:

413,244.30

Fund Total:

436,477.47

413,244.30

Twenty-digit expenditure accounting system 1 2 Fund

3 4 5 6 Facility

7 8 9 10 Function

11 12 13 Program

14 15 16 17 Project

18 19 20 Object

The Funds (digits 1 and 2) are: 10 - General Fund 21 - Activity Fund 22 - Management Fund 23 - Board/Voter P.P.E.L. Fund 31 - Capital Projects 33 Local Option Sales Tax Fund 41 - Debt Services 61 - Lunch Fund 08 - Long-Term Assets 09 - Long Term Liabilities The Facilities 0016 0017 0010 0011 1400 1409 1418

(digits 3, 4, 5, and 6) are: - Maintenance - Transportation - Central District - Board of Education All Elementary Aurora Heights Berg Elementary

1427 1454 1472 2227 3109 3110 3200

-

Emerson Hough Thomas Jefferson Woodrow Wilson Berg Middle Senior High Basics and Beyond All Secondary

Examples of Functions (digits 7, 8, 9, and 10) are: 1100 - Regular Education 2320 1200 - Special Instruction 2410 1300 - Vocational Instruction 2620 1400 - Co-curricular Instruction 2720 2110 - Attendance/Social Work 3110 2120 - Guidance Services 4700 2235 - Technology

-

Executive Administration Building Principal Service Operations of Buildings Vehicle Operation Food Service Building Improvement

Examples of Programs (digits 11, 12, and 13) are: 100 - General Instruction 380 102 - Art 420 105 - English Language Arts 470 112 - Music Programs 500 210 - Special Programs 910 325 - Office Occupations

-

Trades/Industrial Occupations At-Risk Talented & Gifted Non-Public School Co-Curricular Activities

-

Level I Spec Ed Level II Spec Ed Level III Spec Ed Title V Title I Perkins Grant Drug Free Schools

Examples of Projects (digits 14, 15, 16, and 17) are: 0002 - Speech 3301 0007 - Band 3302 0008 - Orchestra 3303 0012 - General Educ Elementary 4201 0013 - General Educ Middle School 4501 0014 - General Educ High School 4531 3216 - Early Intervention 4591 The Object Code 100 200 300 400 500 -

(digits 18, 19, and 20) indicates the service Salaries 600 Employee Benefits 700 Purchased Professional Services 800 Purchased Property Services 900 Other Purchased Services

or commodity purchased: Supplies Equipment Debt Service & Misc Expenses Fund Transfers & Adjustments

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