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June 9th - USD 506 Labette County
 Labette County U.S.D. 506
June 9, 2014 Board Meeting AGENDA
Monday, June 9, 2014, 7:00 PM
Curran Administrative Center, Altamont, KS 67330
Our mission is to provide a positive learning environment where all students develop: skills to live and work in a
progressive world, a positive work ethic, a sense of individual worth, pride in citizenship, and a life-long desire for
learning.
Our vision is to be recognized and respected as one of the premier public school systems in Kansas.
2014-2015 Indian Education Public Hearing (6:50 p.m.)
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Call to Order Indian Education Hearing
Board Comments/Patrons Comments
Approval of Grant (A)
Adjourn
Agenda – Regular Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to order
2. Recognition of Visitors and Public Comments
The board president will recognize visitors at this time. The board may allow public
comments during this time. Public comments will be kept to a maximum of 5-minutes
unless stated by the board president.
3. Approval of Printed Agenda
At this time Board members may (1) accept the agenda as shown below, (2) add items, or
(3) request that one or more “Consent Agenda Items” be placed under “Action,
information, discussion, or executive session for separate consideration.
4. Consent Agenda
4.1
Approval of May 12, 2014 Board Minutes
4.2
Approval of 2014-2015 Site Council Reports
4.3
Approval of June 2014 bills, Investments, and Activity Fund Report
4.4
Approval of Resignations:
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Kevin Spencer/LCHS Math Instructor
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Penny Wulf/LCHS Bus Driver
4.5
Approval of Personnel:
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Shawna Terrell/Mound Valley Yearbook Sponsor
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Kristen Shaw/Mound Valley Volleyball Coach
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Melissa Buchanan/Edna Grade School Cheer Coach
IV. Carrie Case/LCHS Math Instructor
4.6
Approval of Supplemental Assignments
3 5. Reports
5.1
Superintendent
5.2
Building Administrators
5.3
KASB
5.4
SEK Interlocal #637
5.5
Curriculum Director
6. Information/Discussion Items
6.1
Handbooks (I/D)
7. Action Items
7.1
Nursing Contract (A)
7.2
Workers Compensation Renewal (A)
7.3
Bus Fleet, Disposal (A)
7.4
Textbook Purchase, 6-8 Math (A)
7.5
End of Year Transfers (A)
8. Executive Session
8.1
For the purpose of discussing matters pertaining to personnel.
8.2
For the purpose of discussing negotiations.
9. Additional Business as result of Executive Session
10. Board Member Comments
11. Adjournment
11.1 Next Meeting: June 27, 2014 at District Office
11.2 Next Regular Meeting: July 14, 2014 at District Office
4 Supplemental Agenda Monday, June 9, 2014, 7:00 p.m. District Office 1. Call to Order: The board president will call the meeting to order for business. 2. Recognition of Visitors and Public Comments: The board president will recognize visitors at this time. The board may allow public comments during this time. Public comments will be kept to a maximum of 5-­‐
minutes unless stated by the board president. 3. Approval of Printed Agenda: At this time Board member may accept the agenda as shown below; add items to the agenda, or request that one or more “Consent Agenda Items” be place under “Action, information, discussion, or executive session for separate consideration.” 4. Adoption of the Consent Agenda: The consent agenda is a method whereby the board, with one motion, may approve (by consent) items on the agenda, which are routine, informational, or the receipt of reports, which may not need discussion. This procedure assumes each board member has read and studied the agenda prior to the meeting. Furthermore, at this time the Board may request that one or more consent agenda items be placed under action, information, or discussion for separate consideration. The motion should read-­‐ I move the board approve by consent, items in the agenda, which are identified as 4.1-­‐4.6. 4.1 Approval of May 12, 2014 Board Minutes (pages 8-­‐11) 4.2 Approval of 2014-­‐2015 Site Council Reports (pages 12-­‐17 ) 4.3 Approval of June bills, investments, and Activity Fund Report 4.4 Approval of Resignations: (pages 18-­‐20) a) Kevin Spencer/LCHS Math Instructor (p. 19) b) Penny Wulf/LCHS Bus Driver (p. 20) 4.5 Approval of Personnel: (pages 21-­‐22) a) Shawna Terrell/Mound Valley Yearbook Sponsor (p. 21) b) Kristen Shaw/Mound Valley Volleyball Coach (p. 21) c) Melissa Buchanan/Edna Grade School Cheer Coach (p. 21) d) Carrie Case/LCHS Math Instructor (p. 22) 4.6 Approval of Supplemental Assignments (pages 23-­‐25) 5 5. Reports: 5.1 Superintendent-­‐ Dr. Wyrick will share his report with the board at the scheduled meeting. 5.2 Building Administrators-­‐ See enclosed reports on pages 26-­‐30 . 5.3 KASB-­‐ Gail Billman will share her report with the board at the scheduled meeting. 5.4 SEK Interlocal #637-­‐ Dr. Dennis Wilson will share his report with the board at the scheduled meeting. 5.5 Curriculum Director-­‐ Melissa Green may have a report to share with the board at this time. 6. Information/Discussion Items: 6.1 Handbooks: Included within the packet is a copy of handbook recommendations for the high school and grade school. These recommendations are the board to consider, review, and ponder at this time. These changes are the recommendations from the building principal. The board will be asked to take action on the recommended language during our July board meeting. This is the first reading of the new language. (I/D) (pages 31-­‐87) 7. Action Items-­‐ 7.1 Nursing Contract: Debbie Baugher and John Wyrick will address the board in regards to whether the board has a desire to continue the established partnership with the county to provide nursing services for the 2015 school year. (A) 7.2 Workers Compensation Renewal: Chris Bohrer, Wood Dulohery, will present our 2015 workers compensation renewal rates. (A) 7.3 Bus Fleet, Disposal: Dr. Wyrick will present options for the board to consider as they ponder what to do with older buses that are no longer being used on a daily basis. Chris Hanson has identified 2 buses for the board to consider disposing of in the near future. Dr. Wyrick and Chris would like the board to consider the following options for disposal of surplus and/or buses that are no longer being used on daily routes. Listed below are the options for the board to consider: a). List on www.purplewave.com (online auction site) b) Sale to Midwest Bus Sales for $1,200 per bus c) Sale for scrap metal price: Each bus weighs about 28,000 lbs. or 14 ton each. I. Advantage Metals, Columbus-­‐ $150 a ton (Bus Stripped) II. Gericke Iron and Metal, Chanute-­‐ $130 a ton (Bus As Is) 6 III. Parsons Auto Salvage-­‐ $1,000 per bus 7.4 Textbook Purchase, Grade 6-­‐8 Math: Dr. Wyrick will have recommendations for the board to consider in regards to adopting textbooks for grades 6-­‐8. Melissa Green and a handful of teachers will be present to discuss the textbooks with the board and will field any questions the board may have in regards to the process the district used to narrow the selection to this particular textbook. Mrs. Green spoke with the board during our April meeting and informed the board the math committee was close to make a final decision. At that time, Mrs. Green also walked the board through the entire process the committee has undertaken to get to this point. Enclosed is a quote from Houghton Mifflin. (A) (page ) 7.5 End of Year Transfers: Dr. Wyrick will ask the board to allow him to make end of year transfers. The board can either meet on or before June 30, 2014 to approve end of year transfers or they can allow the superintendent of schools to make the transfers without holding a meeting. House Bill 2261 became law on July 1, 2013 and requires the Superintendent of schools to report the unencumbered cash balances of monies in specific funds each year to the local board of education during its July meeting and to the State Board of Education by no later than July 15. (A) 8.
Executive Session-­‐ 8.1 Personnel: At this time the board may need to go into executive session to discuss personnel. 8.2 Negotiations: At this time the board may need to go into executive session to discuss negotiations. 9. Additional Business as result of Executive Session-­‐ Action as a result of executive session may take place at this time. 10. Board Member Comments-­‐ Individual board members are encouraged to share stories of success and opportunities for growth at this time. 11. Adjournment-­‐ Motion to adjourn the meeting. Next Regular meeting is scheduled for July 14, 2014 at the district office. 7 BOARD OF EDUCATION LABETTE COUNTY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 506 Altamont, Kansas Curran Administrative Center May 12, 2014 7:00p.m. MEMBERS PRESENT: Justin Bebb Gail Billman Rich Falkenstien Jessie Foister Shelley Perez Dr. Kolette Smith Dr. Dennis Wilson ABSENT BOARD MEMBERS: None OTHERS PRESENT: Dr. Wyrick, Superintendent Marty Anderson, LCHS Principal Tim Traxson, Bartlett/Edna Principal Glenda Aikins, Altamont Grade Principal Melissa Green, Temporary Board Clerk Mrs. Phillips Dana Denton Dwight Smith Ross Albertini Michael Starr Donny Peak Tammy Hayward Nancy Hahn 1. Dr. Kolette Smith called the meeting to order. Shelley Perez opened with prayer. Motion by Gail Billman to appoint Melissa Green as temporary board clerk. Second by Richard Falkenstien. Motion carried 7-­‐0. 2. There were no visitors who desired to address the board during the recognition of visitors. 3. Gail Billman moved to approve the printed agenda with the following additions to the agenda under approval of personnel and resignations: Lori Green, LCHS Freshman Girls Basketball Coach; Shelly Hinkle, LCHS Health Science Instructor was added under approval of personnel and Greg Traxson, LCHS Student Council Advisor and Lori Green, AGS 7th and 8th Grade Girls Basketball Coach was added under resignations. Justin Bebb seconded. The motion carried 7-­‐0. 4. Gail Billman moved to approve the consent agenda. Rich Falkenstien seconded. The motion carried 7-­‐0. 5. Presentations 5.1 Sheriff Robert Sims reported on different activities his department has presented and participated in during the 2013-­‐2014 school year. Sheriff Sims and Deputy Lahey worked with students and staff at LCHS to help bring an awareness to different situations high school students face on a daily basis. Some of their programs included 8 working with Mike Shields, Chief of Police with the Altamont Police Department to create a 2-­‐day defend and defer training with an emphasis on how young women could defend themselves if ever put in a precarious situation. Sheriff Sims thanked the board for the opportunity to work with our kids and the staff. He looks forward to building upon the programs and relationships built during the 2013-­‐2014 school year. 6. Reports 6.1 Superintendent’s Report. Dr. Wyrick reported on the number of kids who have completed an approved CTE certification. Dr. Wyrick thanked the Alumni Association for their hard work and dedication that goes into preparing for the alumni banquet. Dr. Wyrick and Mr. Anderson gave the class of 1955, 1974, and 1984 a tour of the high school after graduation, but before the banquet. 6.2 Building Administrators. Building administrator reports were shared with the board of education. 6.3 KASB. Gail Billman reported on upcoming KASB Summer advocacy meetings. Mrs. Billman has made arrangements to attend the June 17th meeting in Independence and the June 25th meeting scheduled for Pittsburg. Mrs. Billman encouraged board members to register for one of the meetings. Dr. Wyrick asked interested board members to contact Alicia Hill at the board office and she would take care of registering them for one of the meetings. Gail also reported that she had communicated with “Game on for Kansas Schools” about speaking at one of our future district site council meetings. 6.4 SEK Interlocal #637. Dr. Wilson pointed out to the board that minutes from the March meeting could be found at their place. Dr. Wilson asked the board if they had any questions. 7. Information/Discussion Items 7.1 LCHS Grizzly Time. Leigh Ann Phillips and Ed Raschen gave the board of education an update on Grizzly Time. Grizzly Time was implemented at the high school during the fall of 2013. The purpose of Grizzly Time was to allow time during the day for teachers to work with those students who were struggling with classwork. At first, the students were not too excited about the concept but grew to embrace the time for extra help and collaboration. LCHS staff have reported a tremendous decrease in the number of kids with a failing grade in one or more classes. Also, students who were involved in extra-­‐
curricular activities now have time to work on assignments. Staff appreciates the extra time they now have to build and foster relationships with kids during the school day. Plans are being made for ways to build upon the successes witnessed during Grizzly Time and to make adjustments in areas where staff and students have anxiety. Staff are looking at ways to add mini-­‐courses and opportunities for students to expand the options offered during Grizzly Time. Some examples include the possibility of adding an ACT Prep Course, creating a book club, and other options are being considered for the 2014-­‐2015 school year. 7.2 Technology Committee, Chromebook Demonstration. Donny Peak and Tammy Hayward demonstrated how Chromebooks were being used within their respective buildings. The board had an opportunity to use a Chromebook to create a Google Document. Dwight Smith, USD 506 technology director, discussed the price of Chromebooks compared to the cost associated with purchasing a MacBook. Dwight and the two teachers answered questions from board members and thanked the board for the opportunity to demonstrate and share with them how they are using the Chromebooks 9 within their classrooms. 7.3 Jobs For Americas Graduates, JAG. Mr. Anderson and Dr. Wyrick gave a presentation on JAG. Motion by Gail Billman and a second by Dr. Dennis Wilson to move JAG to 8.5 on the agenda. Motion by Gail Billman to authorize Dr. Wyrick to sign the Memorandum of Understanding to participate in JAG. Second by Dr. Dennis Wilson. Motion passed 7-­‐0. 8. Action Items 8.1 Neighborhood Revitalization Plan Renewal. Counselor Albertini asked the board to renew the Interlocal Agreement as presented. Rich Falkenstien moved to sign the Interlocal Agreement as presented. Shelley Perez seconded the motion. Motion passed 7-­‐0. 8.2 Harrison Parking Lot, Chip and Seal. Dr. Wyrick asked the board to approve the bid included within the package to proceed with having Harrison parking lot chip and sealed during the summer. Dr. Wyrick discussed the dimensions of the parking lot, the price per square foot, and the advantages and disadvantages of waiting or proceeding. The parking lot is 137,000 square feet and the cost to chip and seal equates to about $0.13 per square foot. Jessie Foister moved to approve the bid as presented. Gail Billman seconded the motion. Motion passed 5-­‐2. Justin Bebb and Rich Falkenstien voted against the motion. 8.3 Meal Prices/Fees. Dr. Wyrick asked the board to increase the price of breakfast and lunch by $0.10 per meal for the 2014-­‐2015 school year. The prices are based upon recommendations from Kansas State Nutrition and Wellness. Dr. Wyrick asked the board to leave all other fees as is with no increase for the 2014-­‐2015 school year. Dr. Dennis Wilson moved to accept the recommendations from Dr. Wyrick. Rich Falkenstien seconded the motion. Motion passed 7-­‐0. 8.4 Transportation Procedures. Dr. Wilson had concerns about establishing a bus stop East of the river bridge in Chetopa and asked for this item to be placed on the board agenda to be discussed at the May board meeting. Dr. Wilson doesn’t believe establishing a bus stop in the Columbus school district aligns with the values of our district. He did not believe this was the right thing for our district to do at the current time. Others on the board liked the idea of establishing a bus stop for kids and saw this as a way to provide a service to students who were currently attending Bartlett Grade School. Justin Bebb made the motion to continue to work with Columbus to establish a bus stop in their district as a way to provide a service to our patrons and kids. Gail Billman seconded the motion. Motion passed 6-­‐1. Dr. Wilson voted against the motion. 9. Executive Session 9.1 Jessie Foister moved that the board go into executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel matters; and that the board return to open meeting at 9:40 p.m. Gail Billman seconded the motion. The motion passed at 9:20 p.m. The motion passed 7-­‐
0. Jessie Foister moved to extend the executive session to 10:00 p.m. Shelley Perez seconded the motion. The motion passed 7-­‐0. Jessie Foister moved to extend the executive session to 10:15 p.m. Justin Bebb seconded the motion. The motion passed 7-­‐0. 10 10. Additional Business as result of Executive Session. No action was taken as a result of executive session. 11. Board Member Comments Justin Bebb reported on the steering committee and that the committee toured a large part of our facilities on Wednesday, May 7th. The next steering committee meeting will be held at Bartlett Grade School and the date has not been established at this time. Dr. Kolette Smith commented on the steering committee members and was very impressed with the conversations during the first meeting. Dr. Smith enjoyed having the opportunity to interact and converse with different members of the committee and is looking forward to future meetings. Dr. Smith also reported that she had attended the high school band banquet. Dr. Smith thanked the students from Bartlett Grade School for the Thank You cards. Dr. Dennis Wilson commented on the coverage USD 506 has received in the Parsons Sun and is very appreciative of the work staff and administration have made to spread the news about what is happening within our district. Dr. Wilson also thanked Mr. Anderson on the graduation ceremony and really enjoyed being a part of such a wonderful event. Gail Billman attended the 8th grade banquet at Mound Valley. Gail also asked the board to think of ways to show our staff how we appreciate their hard work and dedication to our district. It was the consensus of the board to show our appreciation by providing treats for them one day in the near future. Jessie Foister attended the Edna and Bartlett 8th grade banquets. Jessie is very impressed with the maturity and respect displayed by our 8th grade students during the banquets. Mrs. Foister also attended the Altamont Grade School FAST graduation. Mrs. Foister thanked Georgia Pollard for organizing and planning for the event. Shelley Perez attended both the Meadow View and Mound Valley banquets. Both banquets were very nice and she thanked both schools for their hospitality. Rich Falkenstien attended the FAST graduation ceremony at Edna Grade School. Rich commented on a conversation he had with one of the families in attendance and how the program has made a tremendous difference in their lives. Rich also had the privilege of attending the high school band banquet and spoke very highly towards Mr. Allison for his professionalism and how impressed he is with the direction our vocal program is headed. 12. Adjournment. Gail Billman moved to adjourn the meeting. Justin Bebb seconded the motion. The meeting adjourned at 10:35 p.m. Next regular meeting: June 9, 2014 at District Office. 11 Mound Valley Site Council 2013-­‐2014 Summary Melissa Green, Principal The Mound Valley Site Council met four times this school year. Council Members: Melinda Taylor, Norma Jean Shire, Kim Hedrick, Alan Winters, Ken McNickle, Kim Vanderhofe and Debbie Hucke, Melissa Green and Linda Foxwell. 1st meeting September 17, 2013 Melissa Green discussed the Site Council Bylaws. Title 1 program-­‐ Michelle Traxson and Amy Eaton explained the Title 1 program and the services in which the program provides. They discussed the different types of assessment such as SMI, AMC, SRI, and DRA. They explained the School Parent Involvement Policy and the Parents’ Right to Know. Gail Billman, the district board member, discussed the importance of advocacy. Melissa Green showed a website called “TeachingChannel”. The website has resources and tips for teachers and parents about the Common Core. A video was played of a 4th grade classroom having a deep understanding of multiplication and division and how students make sense and defend their ideas to achieve this goal. Also, three take away messages for parents were discussed. 2nd meeting October 8, 2013-­‐District meeting Chris Kastler “Welcomed” everyone and then prayed for the meal. Dr. Wyrick, Chris Kastler, and Melissa Green discussed some Common Core Myths and shared Common Core resources for parents and teachers on the district web site. SuEllen Fried presented on Bullying Prevention Empowerment. SuEllen served as the founder for the Kansas Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse (now Prevent Child Abuse Kansas under the umbrella of Kansas Children’s Service League). She was Chairman of the National Committee from 1980 – 1982. SuEllen is a life member of the Prevent Child Abuse America Board. Nationally recognized in the prevention field, she continues to advocate and educate on behalf of children most recently in the area of bullying. SuEllen believes that bullying is a form of child abuse -­‐ peer to peer. She has co-­‐authored three books on bullying behavior; discussed bullying prevention on TODAY, Good Morning America, MSNBC and was featured on an A&E documentary with Bill Kurtis. SuEllen continues to travel extensively speaking with a variety of audiences on the topic of bullying and bullying prevention. 12 3rd meeting February 20, 2014 Melissa Green “Welcomed” all the parents to the Save the Children Kick-­‐off. Parents and students were served a meal. Jenny Winters introduced the staff and herself to the parents. Jenny gave an overview of the program. She explained the 2 hours after school the students will receive a healthy snack, participate in 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise, and be a part of several reading activities. Each staff member demonstrated an activity the students participate in during their session after school. Students helped with the demonstration. 4th meeting April 15, 2014-­‐ District meeting Light meal for all District Site Council Members Dr. Wyrick and Mr. Anderson talked about I3 Initiative and ACT Workkeys Melissa Green introduced Cheryl Semmel, Executive Director USA/Kansas Cheryl Semmel presented about building advocacy in the community. Cheryl Semmel currently serves as the executive director for USA|Kansas and the Kansas School Superintendents’ Association (KSSA). She is also the president-­‐elect for the Association of State Executives (ASE), which is affiliated with AASA, and a board member for Destination Imagination Kansas. She is often invited to guest lecture on the “Politics of P-­‐20 education” and volunteers as a mentor for high school students. In 2009, Semmel volunteered as an international elections observer during the presidential elections in El Salvador and Bolivia. Prior to joining USA|Kansas and KSSA in 2006, Semmel worked as a federal liaison in the State of Delaware’s Washington, D.C. office. Her portfolio included policy and appropriations for education and the workforce, agriculture, energy, natural resources and aviation. During her time there, she worked extensively with organizations like the National Governor’s Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers. Prior to that, Semmel worked in the undergraduate teacher education department at Nova Southeastern University. While there, she was part of the administrative team and her responsibilities included program approval, new site development, department operations, budget administration and oversight for the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers scholarship program. 13 Semmel graduated from The George Washington University with a master’s degree in public administration – budget and public finance. She earned a bachelor’s degree in legal studies. In addition to her leadership role with ASE, Semmel is currently a member of the Kansas Society of Association Executives, ASAE and the Center for Association Leadership and Women in Government Relations. Respectively submitted, Melissa Green Meadow View Site Council Annual Report for 2013-­‐14 Chris Kastler, Principal The Meadow View Site Council met a total of four times during the 2012-­‐13 school year. Two of the meetings were held at Meadow View and two meetings were part of the district wide meetings held at the High school. Our first meeting was held on September 10th, 2013. At the meeting we reviewed members terms of service and elected officers. The agenda also included a review of last year’s state assessment results and an overview of the districts plan to move to the common core. The meeting ended with a discussion of goals for the council. Our second meeting was a district wide meeting held on October 15th, 2013 at the LCHS cafeteria. At the meeting Mr. Kastler, Melissa Green and Dr. Wyrick gave a presentation about the common core standards and answered questions and concerns about the standards. Our third meeting was held on January 14th, 2014. Mr. Kastler reported on the lunch menu changes and the alternate entrée being offered each day. He also reported on the Save the Children after school program that would start later in the month. The Meadow View Title teachers gave a presentation of the district diagnostic test that were done and shared results. Our last meeting was a district wide meeting held on March 15th, 2014 at the LCHS cafeteria. We had Cheryl Semmel from the United School Administrators organization speak about current educational legislation being passed and considered. We would like to thank Dianna Porras, Kelly Carson, Kim Hawks, and Rick and Meri Smith as they go off the council for their 3 years of Site Council service. Returning next year for one more year we have Lisa Eisenbrandt, Jeri Beth Simmons and Misty Burke. Those with two years of service still on the council are: Kaylee Handshey, Andres Martinez, Bev Brown, Gina Pearson, Renea Whitaker, Terri Saye and Valerie Christoper. At our first meeting next year, September 9th, 2014 we will elect officers and secure our membership for the school year. Labette County High School Site Council Report for the 2013-­‐14 school year Submitted by Marty Anderson, LCHS Principal 14 Grizzly Time: •
At this time we are four days into Grizzly Time. Protocol and logistics on the initiative were discussed. John Complimented Marty on how well the grounds are looking around the High School Look. Micheal Starr and Kenyon Foister’s crew are doing a fantastic job. Board Report (Gail) •
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New Superintendent and 3 new board members. Goal is to get more involvement from groups like Site Council. Funding for Education is/ will be a real issue. More input from building administration Facility Priority List. Lunch-­‐ Quantity and quality is questioned. •
Ala Carte Card-­‐ Can we offer this? o A card which is different from the regular lunch card that parents can put money on, for their kids to charge to their lunch account. o Members would like more information on this item § Is this possible based upon Fed./ State Requirements? Student Passes •
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Several members questioned charging students to attend a student activity such as Athletic Games. Members would like more information on this item. Reviewed Random Drug Testing Policy. Recommendation to Site Council was to move the first infraction to 9 weeks out with the option to be reduced to 5 weeks with 4 weeks of Mental Health Services. Notable Items: •
The future of LCC/ LCHS Concurrent courses. § Starting in 2014-­‐15 high school teacher’s without a Masters Degree in the area of teaching, or a Masters and 18 hours in the area of teaching will not be permitted to teach concurrent credit for LCC. § Therefore the following courses will not be taught by USD 506 staff: • Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Speech, CP Chemistry, and CP Biology. • However, we will continue teaching Composition 1 and 2, Literature, Honors US History, Calculus 1, Pre Calculus, Trig. and Electronics. § The plan of action to address our student needs has been established with LCC, which includes: • LCHS and LCC will provide an opportunity for students to take online courses during the school day, with support of available staff and/or; • LCC will provide an instructor to teach the class as a Dual Credit offering on the campus at LCHS and/or; • LCC will provide 7:30 a.m., 10:00 or 2:30 p.m. courses on the LCC campus for Dual Credit offerings. o Students will be able to take an on campus course (Parsons) without missing more than one hour at LCHS. 15 What does this mean to our current course offerings? § Stacy Smith: (Psychology and Dev. Psych.) • College Orientation o We will offer 4 sections of College Orientation 1 the second semester for Juniors of each year, and 4 sections of College Orientation 2 the first semester of the year for Seniors. § College Orientation 1 focus: • Application to colleges/ Universities. • Federal Financial Aid Applications. • Career and Consumer awareness. • ACT Work Keys Certification § College Orientation 2 focus: • Scholarship research and completion. • Career and Consumer awareness. • ACT Work Keys Certification • Online Facilitation o Students will be scheduled with her throughout the day in order to receive support as they work on their LCC online courses. § Jenny Gartner: (CP Chem.) • Jenny will be teaching Biotechnical Engineering. o This is a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) CTE funded course. o She is extremely excited with this opportunity. § Leigh Ann Phillips: (CP Biology) • Leigh Ann will be teaching Zoology and Field Biology o She is extremely excited with the opportunity. Business Partnerships o Our goal is to duplicate our Business/ Educational partnerships, utilizing our Pilot work with Tank Connections. § Jessie Foister and I met with the HELP community group in order to communicate our mission. This group was excited and willing to dig in and aid in our efforts. § We have had an initial meeting with CST and Powerflame • Follow up meeting conducted this week in order to understand their business employment needs. § We have an initial meeting with Diamond Coach and DuCommon set up for next week. Defend and Deter Program o We conducted the Defend and Deter Program in January. § Parsons Sun published an article on the program. § Feedbacks from the young ladies were extremely positive. o
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Technical Education Diploma: Students wanting to receive this diploma will complete the following criteria: 16 •
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Complete all Labette County High School Graduation Requirements Complete all academic requirements needed for Kansas Board of Regents Qualified Admissions. Complete a Silver, Gold or Platinum ACT Workeys Certificate. Complete all CTE Coursework with no less that a 3.0 GPA. Complete 5 units of CTE Coursework. Complete 40 hours of Qualified Internship Experience. Update of Policies: Drug Free Schools Act-­‐ Page 25 •
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Suspension of Activities from one month to the remainder of the school year. This policy is utilized when administration observes a violation Activities and Athletics Drug Policy-­‐ Page 36 •
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Defining the term Participation Extending minimums from 4/2 weeks to 9/5 weeks Extending the time requirements for Mental Health participation. This policy is utilized when an administrator observes or identifies through law enforcement of a violation. Random Drug Testing-­‐ Page 40 •
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Extending minimums from 4/2 weeks to 9/5 weeks Extending the time requirements for Mental Health participation. This policy is utilized only in the event of identification through positive test results. Goals of Policy updates: Drug and Alcohol Policies Establish more rigorous penalties for violating policies. Thereby, increasing the deterring factor. Establish higher levels of professional assistance. Updates on i3 project Graduate Tracking 17 LABETTE COUNTY Unified School District 506 P. O. Box 189 • 401 S. High School Street • Altamont, KS 67330
(620) 784-5326 • Fax: (620) 784-5879
“Where Excellence and
Education Meet”
www.usd506.org
TO: Board of Education FROM: John Wyrick, Superintendent RE: Resignations Date: June 9, 2014 Resignations Spencer, Kevin LCHS Math Instructor Wulf, Penny LCHS Bus Driver Effective 05.19.2014 Effective 05.16.2014 18 19 20 LABETTE COUNTY Unified School District 506 P. O. Box 189 • 401 S. High School Street • Altamont, KS 67330
(620) 784-5326 • Fax: (620) 784-5879
“Where Excellence and
Education Meet”
www.usd506.org
TO: Board of Education FROM: John Wyrick, Superintendent RE: Supplemental and Classified Assignment Report Date: June 9, 2014 Contracts Buchanan, Melissa Edna Grade School Cheer Coach Shaw, Kristen Mound Valley Volleyball Coach Terrell, Shawna Mound Valley Yearbook Sponsor Effective 06.10.2014 Effective 06.10.2014 Effective 06.10.2014 21 LABETTE COUNTY Unified School District 506 P. O. Box 189 • 401 S. High School Street • Altamont, KS 67330
(620) 784-5326 • Fax: (620) 784-5879
“Where Excellence and
Education Meet”
www.usd506.org
TO: FROM: RE: Date: Contracts Case, Carrie Board of Education John Wyrick, Superintendent Certified Employment Report June 9, 2014 LCHS Math Instructor Effective 06.10.2014 22 Supplemental Assignments Labette County High School 2014-­‐15 ATHLETICS: Head Football Jesse Ybarra Asst. Football Mike Millis * Asst. Football Richard Pierce Asst. Football Ed Raschen Asst. Football Mike Hayward * Asst. Football Shelby Phillips * Asst. Football Scott Carson Asst. Football Matt Shields Asst. Football Asst. Football Head Boys' Basketball Brad Smith Asst. Boys' Basketball Clint Witty * Fresh. Boys' Basketball Brian Tucker * Head Girls' Basketball Kristi Snider Asst. Girls' Basketball Heather Wilson Fresh. Girls' Basketball Lori Green Head Volleyball Kristi Snider Asst. Volleyball Heather Wilson Fr. Volleyball Head Wrestling Matt Shields Asst. Wrestling William Weber Head Boys' Track Craig Hartman Asst. Boys' Track Marty Warren Head Girls' Track Kristi Snider Asst. Girls' Track Scott Carson Cross Country Marty Warren Girls' Tennis Rob Page Boys' Tennis Spence Allison Boys Conditioning Jesse Ybarra Head Baseball Jesse Ybarra Asst. Baseball Brian Tucker * Dance Team Julie Oswald DEPARTMENT HEADS: CTE Shops Dick Holroyd CTE Labs Kelley Manley Language Lisa Chapman Math Rob Page Fine Arts Heather Wilson Science Jenny Gartner Social Studies Greg Traxson HEAD SPONSORS: Senior Class Junior Class co-­‐ Junior Class co-­‐ Student Council FCCLA FFA co-­‐ FFA co-­‐ FFA co-­‐ FBLA SKILLS USA HOSA Catherine Dean Lori Green Stacy Smith Ed Raschen Arleen McKinney Kyle Zwahlen Jeff Falkenstien Dustin Wiley Marty Warren Shelly Hinkle Band Musical Musical Yearbook Play (max. 2) Rhonda Harrison Scotty Allison Harrison/Wilson Mona Garrett Heather Wilson Extended Period Stacy Smith (7%) Extended Period Jeff Falkenstien (7%) Extended Period Stacy Smith (12%) Extended Period Scott Allison (12%) Varsity Cheerleader Elishia Rousselle Boys Golf Jack Leake Girls Golf Samantha Hestand Girls Conditioning Kristi Snider Head Softball Asst. Softball Swim Coach Lori Green Bobbi Allison * Mona Garrett 23 Supplemental Assignments USD 506 K-­‐8 Attendance Centers 2014-­‐2015 ALTAMONT: Volleyball Leigh Ann Phillips Boys' Basketball Eddie Raschen Girls' Basketball Track Eddie Green Cheerleader Yearbook Lori McKinzie Assistant Track BARTLETT: Volleyball Boys' Basketball Girls' Basketball Track Cheerleader Yearbook EDNA: Volleyball Boys' Basketball Girls' Basketball Track Cheerleader Yearbook Assistant Track Carolyn Waugh Tony Swanwick Tony Swanwick Carolyn Waugh Nancy Wyckoff Tonia Wilson Angela Cook Kent Cooper Richard Pierce Missy Buchanan Cindy Rucker MOUND VALLEY: Volleyball Boys' Basketball Girls' Basketball Track Cheerleader Yearbook Assistant Track Kristen Shaw Mike Hayward Tammy Hayward Steve Odaffer Lisa Lorenz Shawna Terrel 24 MEADOW VIEW: Volleyball Assistant Volleyball Boys' Basketball Girls' Basketball Track Cheerleader co-­‐ Yearbook Assistant Track Assistant Track Assistant Basketball Extended Period Extended Period Megan Gabehard (7%) Samantha Hestand (7%) Elementary Music 1.5% Elementary Music 1.5% Karla Viranda Michael Allison Karla Viranda Karla Viranda Megan Gabhart Terri Saye Karla Viranda Terrell/Allison/Rucker/Harrison Megan Gabehart 25 Altamont Grade Administrative Report
Board of Education Meeting
June 2014
Building Management
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East hallway classrooms stripped and waxed in May
Furniture cleaned and replaced
Summer work schedule set for cleaning, painting, and general maintenance
Custodial vacation time scheduled
Cleaning supplies ordered and/or on hand
11 Rooms used for summer school M-F, cleaning will be done as time allows around
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Gym cleaned by mid-July
Painting done as needed
Schedules updated for 2014 – 2015
Work orders submitted for technology (projectors mounted, computer repairs)
Work orders submitted for concrete repair at entrances
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Review of candidate applications for Save the Children for 2014-2015; Interviews held as
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Admin. Workshop attended at Eudora, June 4-6
All district and State reports completed and submitted
Attended Technology conference at PSU on May 30
Activities
• PK Summer School held at AGS (District)
• SpEd Extended summer program held in June/July at AGS (Inter-Local)
• Summer Boost Program for grades K-3 held at AGS (STC)
• VB Camp held June 9 – 12 (LeighAnn Phillips)
Glenda Aikins
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Attended five IEP Meetings between the two schools Submitted End of the year building reports and documents for both buildings. a) QPA annual report b) KAN-­‐DIS report for KSDE c) Daily Log for the year d) Next Year’s Calendar events for each building e) Verified Staff Keys f) Site Council Reports and Site Council Members for 2014-­‐2015 g) Building Inventories updated and filed h) Supplemental Assignments for 2014-­‐15 i) Retention List j) KSHSAA Report Took part in teacher interviews for the Science position at MVW. Took part in our Admin. Workshop on June 4th through June 6th. Attended 18th Annual Technology and the Classroom Conference @ PSU Attended Math Team meeting on June 2nd. Completed teacher check outs in both buildings Contacted parents by phone about “Outstanding Fees” that needed to be taken care of. Worked with Mike Starr on summer projects in both buildings. Sent out newsletters for parents and students in both buildings. Meet with students on behavior concerns. Gave disciplinary consequences. Sent letters out to parents of students that is having absenteeism problems. Continue to work with Mike Starr on summer projects for both buildings. Finished next year’s COOP orders – Including Building Supply Orders and COOP Paper order for next year in both buildings. Finalized the May Calendar before sending out to parents. Finalized weekly schedules for each building before sending out to staff. Picked up and delivered May’s “Food for Kids” boxes to both schools. Both schools held their May Fire Drills. Submitted to the board office next year’s calendar dates. Continue to work on next year’s schedules for both buildings. Activities 1.
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Both schools completed their end of the year field trips by Tuesday May 13, 2014 Bartlett held its sports banquet on Monday May 12th. Coaches recognized their student athletes for their accomplishments for the year. I recognized the teams that maintained an Averaged GPA of 3.25 to 4.0 with the KSHSAA Distinguished Certificates and the teams that maintained an Averaged GPA of 3.00 to 3.24 with the KSHSAA Outstanding Certificates. The teams that received the Distinguished Certificates were: Cheerleading, Volleyball, and Girls Basketball. The teams that received the Outstanding Certificates were: Football, and Girls and Boys Track. Fifth Grades from both schools attended the “DARE Day” activities at Oswego on May 10th. Both schools held their end of the year cook out and field days on May 14th Attended 8th Grade Graduation on Tuesday, May 13th 2014 Both schools held their “Awards Assembly” on Friday, May 16, 2014 Both schools held “Cheer Tryouts” for the next school year. Traveled down to SDC on Thursday, May 8th for the 8th Grade trip. 27 To: Board of Education From: Marty Anderson, LCHS Principal RE: June Board Report Date: June 2, 2014 No report at this time. 28 Meadow View Board Report June 9, 2014 Building Management *Our custodians are off to a great start on their summer work. *I have completed my end of the year reports required by the Superintendent and the Kansas State Department of Education. Educational Leadership *I attended the PSU technology conference held on Friday May 30th. It was very informative and gave us many great ideas. It also showed me just how far behind we have fallen in technology education. *Summer school is ready to roll Tuesday June 3rd. As of now I have 80 students and 14 teachers signed up and ready to start on June 3rd. I have also worked with Mrs. Allison and the transportation dept. to coordinate the district summer school with the STC summer boost. * I plan on attending the goal setting trip with the district administers the first week of June. Noteworthy Items I am really excited about our two new teachers at Meadow View for next year. Melissa Murray will transfer from Altamont to our 6th grade position replacing Mrs. Porras and Chris Buntin will replace Justin Hurley as our Jr. High science teacher. There are 32 kids signed up for the Jr. Golf program held at the Oswego Golf course, 22 of the participants are from our district. Chris Kastler Pk-­‐8 Principal 29 Mound Valley Grade School
Administrative Report
June 9, 2014
Building Management
• Conducted teacher check out process
• Sent all building fire/tornado drills and safety drills to Mike
• Met with custodians about summer schedule and projects
Educational Leadership
• Attended Summer Administrative Planning session
• Conducted non-certified evaluations
• Will interview for the Secretary position
• Will attend all Administration meetings
• Will plan Kagan training for new staff
• Will work with Nicki Traul to plan professional development for next year
• Submitted Administration reports
• Submitted State reports
• Backpack Food Bank program reporting
• Will attend Greenbush Chrome-book workshop
• Will plan and order district consumables
• Will submit math textbook proposal
• Recruited new Site Council members
• Attended PSU Technology conference
Noteworthy Items
• Will hold a 5K run/walk for Athletics fundraiser on Sat. June 28 at the Mound Valley
Flagpole festival.
Melissa Green
30 Altamont Grade School
Student Handbook
“Excellence In Flight”
2014-­‐2015 Labette County USD 506
Where Excellence and Education Meet
Welcome to Altamont Grade School!
31 This handbook has been prepared to assist you in having a productive school year. The information
presented cannot possibly anticipate every situation that arises. It should serve as a guideline and
reference for questions that might arise.
We are proud of our school and the achievement of our students. The continued parental support and
cooperation are to be commended. It is this common effort and concern for learning that enables us to
provide the best education possible for our children.
Sincerely,
Glenda Aikins, Principal
Altamont School Staff
Mrs. Glenda Aikins, Principal
Mrs. Ronda Rohling, Secretary
Preschool: Kindergarten:
Split Class: Frazier First Grade: Second Grade: Third Grade: Fourth Grade: Fifth Grade: Sixth Grade: Seventh Grade: Eighth Grade: 6-­‐8 Science: Physical Education Mrs. Barbara Edings Mrs. Teresa Leake
Mrs. Dena Terrell Mrs. Kayla Roberts Mrs. Marlys Trower Mrs. Leslie Hartman Mrs. Lori McKinzie Mrs. Amy Cunningham Mrs. KyAnne Weaver Mrs. Suzette Rakestraw Mrs. Missy Page Mr. Dalton Powell Mr. Eddie Green Inclusion: Special Educ.: Counselors: Cooks: Title I: Custodians: Bus Drivers:
Mrs. Daria Condon Mrs. Kristi Esquibel Mrs. Nicole Dean Mrs. Mona Garrett Mrs. Gail Tucker Mrs. Daffney Bath Mrs. Samantha Hestand Mrs. Kimberly Smith Mrs. Vickie Rankins Mr. Michael Rankins Mrs. Ruth Clines Mr. Dean Mahan
Mrs. Sherri Hess
Vocal Music: Mrs. Shawna Terrell Band:
Mrs. Rhonda Harrison
Library: Mrs. Nalley/Mrs. Notice of Non-­‐Discrimination The school district of Labette County USD 506 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries or complaints regarding the nondiscrimination policies, including requests for accommodations or access to District buildings and programs. Complaints in regard to Discrimination Discrimination against any student or employee on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or religion in the admission or access to or treatment in the districts programs or activities is prohibited. The Superintendent of Schools, PO Box 189, Altamont, Kansas 67330-­‐0188, 620-­‐784-­‐5326, has been designated to coordinate compliance with nondiscrimination requirements contained in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 32 Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Superintendent of Schools, 401 S High School Street, PO Box 189, Altamont, KS 67330, 620-­‐784-­‐5326, 620-­‐724-­‐6280 (telecommunications device for the deaf), 620-­‐328-­‐
3121 (speech impaired), [email protected] Altamont Grade School Handbook
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission statement of Altamont Grade School is encompassed in the acronym “FLIGHT”, Facilitating critical thinking,
Learning for all,
Involving community,
Growing in responsibility and respect,
Having initiative and leadership,
Thriving in the 21st Century World.
VISION & SCHOOL MOTTO
“Excellence in Flight”
OUR BELIEFS
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treat all people with respect.
do quality work.
protect our learning environment from interruption.
assume responsibility for the proper care of our building and its contents.
SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
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Be in assigned seats ready to work when class begins
Have paper, pencils, books, and completed assignments every day
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
Follow the directions of individuals in authority.
33 PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF OUR SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
Phase I:
The adult in authority will address concerns with those who do
not meet expectations.
Phase II:
The adult in authority will contact parents when expectations are
not met during phase I.
Phase III:
A conference with the principal, the adult in authority, and
the student will be scheduled when expectations are not met
during phase II.
Phase IV:
A conference with the parent(s), principal, staff member and
student will be scheduled when expectations are not met under
phase III.
Phase V:
The principal will take the necessary action deemed
appropriate to resolve non-compliance with expectations.
Plans of action will be implemented at each phase. Serious violations and offenses will be dealt
with accordingly. Fighting, sexual harassment, bullying, property damage, etc. will be dealt with
immediately by the school principal.
ENROLLMENT
Children entering Kindergarten are required by law to be at least five years old on or before
August 31 for the school year in which they are enrolling. A Kindergarten Clinic is held each
spring to do a pre-assessment and a preliminary enrollment. Parents must bring the child’s Social
Security card, birth certificate, and immunization records in order to enroll the child.
Students transferring to USD 506 elementary schools should bring proof of residence and a
valid birth certificate. Fees should be paid at the time of enrollment. Students requesting outof-district or out-of-attendance center enrollment should make application to the school
requested or to the USD 506 district office. Requests must be approved by the Superintendent
and will be granted based on space per building, past student attendance, and the good
standing of the student.
MEDICATIONS
In accordance with Kansas State Law, parents may come to school to administer medication or
must have a written document with specific directions for the medication’s use. This form is
available in the office. All medication must be in its original container or it cannot be
dispensed. First doses of all medication will not be given at school. Herbal medications will not
be administered at school. All medication is to be kept in the office.
In compliance with Kansas Statute 72-5209, all students must provide proof of immunizations
at the time of enrollment. Kansas Law currently requires Hepatitis B and Varicella (chicken pox)
vaccinations. (Providing a date of chicken pox disease is also acceptable.) Each student who
is 11 years of age on or before September 1, 2009, will need a Tdap booster prior
to the start of the school year in order to attend classes. Physicals are required
34 for all kindergartners, and any child 9 and under, entering a Kansas school for the
first time.
ATTENDANCE
Regular attendance is extremely important to the educational development of our students. We
believe that the major responsibility for regular attendance lies with the parents and the
student.
When a student is absent, a parent or guardian must call the school within 24 hours of the
absence. If a telephone is not available, the school will accept a signed note from the parent or
guardian when the student returns to school. If a telephone call or note is not received from
the parent or guardian within 24 hours, the absence will remain as unexcused.
Excused Absences: The principal shall determine whether an absence is excused or
unexcused. Absences for the following reasons will be administratively approved:
1) Illness with a parent’s verification
2) School sponsored activities
3) Weather conditions so severe that it is impossible for the student to attend
4) Prior approved absences between the principal and parents for funerals and
family business.
Unexcused Absences: All absences that do not fall in the categories of the excused
absences listed above shall be unexcused. In addition, leaving school when school is in session
without the principal’s permission shall be deemed an unexcused absence. This will include the
mandatory 8th hour.
Truancy: Truancy is defined as any three consecutive unexcused absences, any five unexcused
absences in a semester, or seven unexcused absences in a school year, whichever comes first.
ARRIVAL AT SCHOOL
Prompt arrival at school is expected of all students. Any student arriving after 7:55 will not be
allowed to eat breakfast. Students will be marked tardy if they are not in the classroom at 8:05.
Exceptions will be made for conditions requiring busses to run late. Students who do not ride
the school bus are not to arrive at school before 7:45 a.m. Breakfast begins at 7:45.
TARDINESS
Any student missing up to an hour, at any time during the school day, is considered tardy.
Students missing an hour or more during the school day will be considered absent. Students
will be marked tardy beginning at 8:05 a.m. Three unexcused tardies will b e
converted and recorded as one unexcused absence. Students arriving late or leaving
early must check in and out with the office. There is a sign in/out sheet in the office for parents
to sign for children entering school late or leaving early. (If you are unable to come sign your
child in, then please send a note with your child.)
35 LOITERING AFTER SCHOOL
Unless students are in a supervised program they are to leave the school grounds directly after
school is out. We ask parents support in arranging prompt pick-up after school for those not
walking or riding a bus home. Any student waiting to be picked up is to remain on the front
steps. The playground is off-limits until after 4:00 p.m. for all students unless their parent is
present to supervise.
BUS INFORMATION
Every bus driver receives extensive training at the district bus garage before they are employed
to drive a USD 506 bus. All of our bus drivers hold a CDL driver’s license, attend monthly safety
meetings, and keep current certification in first aid and defensive driving. We conduct two bus
evacuation drills with all of our students each school year.
The bus your child rides will seldom change during their years of attendance in our school. You
will be contacted in advance if alterations to established routes need to be made. Please notify
your bus driver if your child will not be riding the bus on a given day. If space allows, your child
may ride home with another student if both students have a note from their parents indicating
that they have parental permission to do so.
The pick-up and delivery times will seldom vary from day to day, therefore, students need to be
waiting at their stop each day before the bus arrives. Animals, insects, fowls, etc. may not be
transported on the bus. Glass containers such as bottles and jars, balloons, sticks or any object
that may be unsafe or create a driving hazard are not permitted on the bus. Gum, food, or drink
may not be consumed on the bus, except at the discretion of the school staff.
We will not alter our bus routes to accommodate out-of-attendance center or out-of-district
students. Those students will need to meet the bus on the established route.
The following are our expectations while riding the bus:
1) Sit properly (feet on floor, facing forward)
2) Keep voices at a conversational level.
3) Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
4) No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
5) Follow the directions of the bus driver.
For violating these expectations:
The principal will take the necessary action deemed appropriate to resolve non-compliance with
expectations. The school bus is an extension of the school day. Serious violations and offenses
will be dealt with accordingly. Fighting, sexual harassment, bullying, property damage, etc. will
be dealt with immediately by the school principal.
Emergency Safety Intervention (ESI) Policy
The board of education is committed to limiting the use of Emergency Safety Interventions
(“ESI”), such as seclusion and restraint, with all students. The board of education encourages all
employees to utilize other behavioral management tools, including prevention techniques, deescalation techniques, and positive behavioral intervention strategies. The board has adopted
policy GAAF “Emergency Safety Interventions”. This policy is available on the district website at
36 www.usd506.org with links to the policy available on any individual school page. In addition, we
will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.
INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSING
In the event of inclement weather or mechanical breakdown, school may be closed. The same
conditions may also necessitate early dismissal. These events will be announced on the
following radio/TV stations: KOAM-TV (channel 7) KODE-TV (channel 12) KKOW Radio (96.9)
KGGF Radio (690 AM) KLKC Radio (93.5 FM) KOBC Radio (90.7 FM). The automated
communication system will be activated in the event of a school closing.
DAILY SCHEDULE
7:45
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8:03
Breakfast for town students, enter through north doors
Busses arrive; students enter north double-doors and go to the gym
Dismissal from the gym, students dismissed from gym to go to
classrooms after flag salute/announcements
8:05
Tardy bell
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Bus students dismissed
3:18 approx. Town students dismissed (after busses depart)
3:20-4:00
No students on the playground without adult supervision
3:20 – 4:25 Tutoring/ 8th Hour until 4:25
HAZING/HARASSMENT/INTIMIDATION/BULLYING/MENACING
The board has set a high priority on zero tolerance for bullying behavior at all levels of the
organization. This means no tolerance for students bullying students, no tolerance for staff
bullying students, and no tolerance for staff bullying staff. The board has adopted policy
GAACB/JGECB/JDDC “Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing” to establish an
expectation district-wide. The policy states, “Students whose behavior is found to be in
violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion.”
HOMEWORK
All students are expected to complete assignments on time. Students are responsible for being
prepared to work when they come to class. Preparation includes all materials that are needed to
successfully do their assignments. Homework is typically school assignments that were not
completed during class time during the school day. This includes project work. Assignments are
to be completed and submitted to the teacher on time.
In the event of an absence from school, it is the responsibility of the student to get the missed
assignments from his teacher or a responsible classmate. We allow one day per day of absence
plus one additional day to complete missed assignments. You may telephone the office to make
arrangements for getting assignments on the day of your child’s absence.
37 GRADES
The following is the grade scale used by all teachers in our school for grades K-8:
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Teachers will notify students when assignments are
due. Our teachers will grade the work submitted, even
if the assignment is incomplete.
Any student who consistently does not have assignments completed and turned in
on time, will not be allowed to go on any school field trips unless the field trip will
be assigned a grade for the course.
A mandatory study hall (8 th hour) will be required for any 6 th –8 th grader who
drops his/her grade to two “D’s” or one “F” after school from 3:25- 4:25 pm.
PROMOTION, RETENTION, AND FAILURE TO MEET REQUIREMENTS
The final decision to promote or retain a student shall rest with the principal after receiving
information from parents/guardians, teachers, and other appropriate school personnel.
ATHLETICS AND ACTIVITIES
AGS activities include: volleyball, football, basketball, track, band, vocal, yearbook, and
cheerleading. Parents, be advised that participating in an activity requires a serious time
commitment and that students are not given any extra time to complete regular classroom
academic assignments. Students may be required to sign a contract outlining expectations for
participation. Coaches/sponsors will send practice schedules home, although they are subject to
change.
A student who misses any part of the day due to illness/unexcused absences will not be eligible
to participate in that day’s activities.
Eligibility is determined by the KSHSAA and student grades. Each student must have a physical
examination after May 1 of the current school year. This physical must be on the Kansas State
High School Activities Association form, signed by a physician, parent, and student. This
document must be on file with our school before a student will be allowed to practice.
38 All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students whether or not participating in athletics, cheerleading, or band
activities are required to maintain acceptable grades. Any student receiving two “D’s” or one “F”
will be restricted from participation. In order to participate the student will be expected to attend
a mandatory study hall (8th hour) until he/she has raised his/her grades to no “F’s” or only one
“D”. During this time a student will not take part in any extra curricular activities.
Parents must sign the parent release form before taking their child from a school-sponsored
event. The team manager and/or coach will have the form with him/her.
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USD 506 does not carry health insurance on students.
SIT
Student Improvement Team (SIT) is a group of teachers, the building principal, and individual students’ parents that meet on a regular basis to explore strategies and interventions to help students that are having difficulty learning or following school rules and expectations. Referral to SIT can be made by teachers or parents. DRESS CODE
Each student should make a habit to look his/her best at all times. The student should strive to
feel the best he/she can by practicing cleanliness and attractive grooming. A student’s
appearance should not disrupt the normal proceedings of the school, nor interfere with the
health, safety, or welfare of any individual.
Apparel and clothing containing printed or visual messages inappropriate in a school setting will
not be worn. Hats, caps, and/or bandanas will not be worn in the building. Cutoffs, beach
apparel, bicycle shorts, see-through clothing, bare midriffs, tank tops, and spaghetti strap
blouses are unacceptable. All waistbands of shorts, pants, skirts, etc. will be worn at the
waistline or above. Dresses, skirts, and shorts will be mid-thigh length or longer.
Any manner of dress or hairstyle that the principal deems to be detrimental to the learning
process will not be allowed. The principal shall act as “arbiter of good taste” in referrals from
staff members on questions of improper attire.
LUNCH & BREAKFAST
USD 506 elementary schools are committed to providing students with a nutritious, enjoyable
hot meal. Those parents desiring to do so may apply for free or reduced breakfasts and
lunches. Applications are available at enrollment or anytime during the year in the school office.
If students choose to bring sack lunches, they are welcome to do so. There will not be facilities
provided for sack lunches to be kept cool at school. They may purchase milk if they desire.
Students may not leave the school to “eat out” unless it is in the presence of an adult and they
have a note from the parent. All students should be back at school at the end of their lunch
session. (Lunch sessions are 20 minutes.) Parents/Guardians are welcome to come eat with
39 your child for special occasions. We ask that you come no more than once a month per child.
You may have siblings sit with you but not other children.
All students will follow the lunchroom rules to ensure a safe and orderly environment.
• Unruly behavior, such as excessive talking, horseplay, etc. will not be allowed.
• Students will not be allowed to trade food.
• Students must obey the lunchroom supervisors—failure to do so will result in a loss of
privileges.
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Students bringing a lunch may purchase milk. Students are not allowed to purchase pop
during the school day.
LEARNING TRIPS
Parents will be informed of all learning trips in advance of the trip. Students must have a signed
permission slip to attend. Program and parade practices at LCHS are listed in the school and/or
district calendars. Permission slips are not required for these events.
SCHOOL VISITS
Parents and adult visitors are always welcome to visit in our school. Please report to the office when you arrive for a visit; arrange your visits in advance if you would like to visit with a teacher. Children not enrolled in our school may not visit nor attend class with a child enrolled in our school. PARTIES
Class birthday parties will be held the last Friday of each month at 3:00 for grades 1-8, unless
stated otherwise. Parents may send treats for students to share if they so desire. Kindergarten
and Pre-school birthdays will be celebrated on their actual birthday. The homeroom parents
throughout the year will provide parties for special holidays.
TORNADO, FIRE, BUS, AND CRISIS DRILLS
Visual charts for procedures are posted in each room. Fire drills are monthly, tornado drills are
held three times a year, and bus/crisis drills are held at a minimum of twice a year.
STUDENT PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Each student’s personal possessions, including workbooks, school supplies, articles of clothing,
toys, athletic equipment, and other personal possessions should be plainly marked with the
child’s name. Any personal electronic device such as, but not limited to: CD player, I-Pod, MP3
player, etc. are not to be turned on during the school day (this includes anytime
you are riding the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff. The school will
not be held responsible for any broken, lost, or stolen articles that the child brings from home.
The taking of pictures with any personal electronic device is not allowed as per the Acceptable
Use Policy (AUP).
40 TELEPHONE CALLS/CELL PHONES
Students will be allowed to use the telephone only in the event of an emergency.
All cell phones shall be turned off and put away during school hours (this includes
anytime students are riding the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff.
Cell phones that are taken out during school hours will be considered a nuisance
item and will be confiscated. The taking of pictures is not allowed as per the
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
PLAYGROUND RULES
All students will obey the playground rules listed below to ensure the safety of everyone:
1. All playground equipment will be used as intended by the manufacturers.
2. Roller blades and skateboards are not allowed on the school grounds during school hours.
3. Electronic devices are not allowed on the playground during school hours unless the
principal gives prior approval.
4. Rules as developed by classroom teachers will be enforced.
We believe a positive learning environment is an important ingredient in the recipe for the
academic success of all of our students. Therefore, we expect all students to follow one basic
rule…
Treat other people, as you would like to be treated!
Revised May 2014
41 Mound Valley
Grade School
Student Handbook
“Home of the Mustangs”
2014-2015
Labette County USD 506
Where Excellence and Education Meet
42 Welcome to Mound Valley Grade School!
We are proud of our school and the achievements of our students here at Mound Valley Grade
School. Your continued support will ensure that our students continue to excel both educationally
and socially and provide the most effective learning experience possible for all students.
This handbook is provided to you as a guide and reference of information to assist you in having a
greater understanding of the procedures that are practiced, the rules that are followed, and to
facilitate a productive and positive year. Even though not all information or situational conditions are
noted within, it should serve as a guideline and reference for questions that might arise. Please feel
free to contact our office should you have any questions not covered in this book.
Sincerely,
Melissa Green, Principal
Mound Valley School Staff
Mrs. Melissa Green, Principal
Preschool:
Kindergarten:
First Grade:
Second Grade:
Third Grade:
Fourth Grade:
Fifth Grade:
Sixth Grade:
Seventh Grade:
Eighth Grade:
Sixth-Eight Science:
Title 1:
Inclusion
Vocal Music/Band:
Physical Education:
Counselors:
Garrett
Cooks:
Custodians:
Bus Drivers:
School Nurse:
:
Mrs. Kayleigh Bowers
Mrs. June Revel
Ms. Pat Brothers
Mrs. Tori Armbruster
Mrs. Debbie Hucke
Mrs. Tammy Hayward
Mrs. Kristen Shaw
Mrs. Linda Foxwell
Mrs. Rhonda Cole
Mrs. Marry Manuel
Mr. Dalton Powell
Mrs. Amy Eaton/Mrs. Michelle Traxson
Mrs. Janie Blackburn
Mrs. Shawna Terrell
Mr. Steve Odaffer
Mrs. Nicole Dean and Mrs. Mona
Mrs. Gayle Peoples and Mrs. Lisa Vanderhofe
Mr. Eric Rucker/Mr. Gereld Wiley/Mrs. Dena Daniels
Mrs. Lisa Vanderhofe/Mrs. Dena Daniels/Mrs. Shelia Eccles/Mrs.
Jodie Brown
Labette Health Dept.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
The school district of Labette County USD 506 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability,
or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following person has been designated to handle inquiries or complaints regarding the nondiscrimination policies, including
requests for accommodations or access to District buildings and programs.
Complaints in regard to Discrimination
Discrimination against any student or employee on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or religion in the
admission or access to or treatment in the districts programs or activities is prohibited. The Superintendent of Schools, PO
Box 189, Altamont, Kansas 67330-0188, 620-784-5326, has been designated to coordinate compliance with nondiscrimination
requirements contained in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Superintendent
of Schools, 401 S High School Street, PO Box 189, Altamont, KS 67330, 620-784-5326, 620-724-6280 (telecommunications
device for the deaf), 620-328-3121 (speech impaired), [email protected]
43 Mound Valley Grade School
Student Handbook
MISSION STATEMENT
Mound Valley Grade School is committed to providing a safe learning
environment where the desires are academic, social, civic, and emotional
growth that will last a lifetime.
OUR BELIEFS
We
We
We
We
treat all people with respect.
do quality work.
protect our learning environment from interruption.
assume responsibility for the proper care of our building and its contents.
SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
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2)
3)
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5)
Be in assigned seats ready to work when class begins.
Have paper, pencils, books, and completed assignments every day.
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
Follow the directions of individuals in authority.
PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF OUR SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
Phase I:
Phase II:
Phase III:
Phase IV:
Phase V:
The adult in authority will address concerns with those who do
not meet expectations.
The adult in authority will contact parents when expectations
are not met during phase I.
A conference with the principal, the adult in authority, and the
student will be scheduled when expectations are not met during
phase II.
A conference with the parent(s), principal, staff member and
student will be scheduled when expectations are not met under
phase III.
The principal will take the necessary action deemed appropriate
to resolve non-compliance with expectations
Plans of action will be implemented at each phase.
44 SEVERE CLAUSE: Serious violations and offenses will be dealt with accordingly.
Fighting, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Property Damage, etc. will be dealt with
immediately by the school principal.
ENROLLMENT
Children entering Kindergarten are required by law to be at least five years
old on or before August 31 for the school year in which they are enrolling. A
Kindergarten Clinic is held each spring to do a pre-assessment and a
preliminary enrollment. Parents must bring the child’s Social Security card,
birth certificate, and immunization records in order to enroll the child.
Students transferring to USD 506 elementary schools should bring proof of
residence and a valid birth certificate. Fees should be paid at the time of
enrollment. Students requesting out-of-district or out-of-attendance center
enrollment should make application to the school requested or to the USD
506 district office. Requests must be approved by the Superintendent and
will be granted based on space per building, past student attendance, and the
good standing of the student.
MEDICATIONS
In accordance with Kansas State Law, parents may come to school to
administer medication or must have a written document with specific
directions for the medication’s use. This form is available in the office. All
medication must be in its original container or it cannot be dispensed.
First doses of all medication will not be given at school. Herbal medications
will not be administered at school.
Immunizations must be up-to-date and proof of all immunizations should be
provided to the school. Kansas Law currently requires Hepatitis B and
Varicella (chicken pox) vaccinations. Providing a date of chicken pox disease
is also acceptable. All medication is to be kept in the office.
Each student who is 11 years of age on or before September 1, 2009, will
need a Tdap booster prior to the start of the school year in order to
attend classes.
Physicals are required for all kindergarteners, and any child 9 and under,
entering a Kansas school for the first time.
45 ATTENDANCE
Regular attendance is extremely important to the educational development of
our students. We believe that the major responsibility for regular
attendance lies with the parents and the student.
When a student is absent, a parent or guardian must call the school within
24 hours of the absence. The school will attempt to contact a parent to
determine the reason for the absence. If a telephone is not available, the
school will accept a signed note from the parent or guardian when the
student returns to school. If a telephone call or note is not received from
the parent or guardian within 24 hours, the absence will be recorded as
unexcused.
Excused Absences: The principal shall determine whether an absence is
excused or unexcused. Absences for the following reasons will be
administratively approved:
1) Illness with a parent’s verification
2) School sponsored activities
3) Weather conditions so severe that it is impossible for the student to
attend
4) Prior approved absences between the principal and parents for funerals
and family business.
Unexcused Absences: All absences that do not fall in the categories of the
excused absences listed above shall be unexcused. In addition, leaving school
when school is in session without the principal’s permission shall be deemed an
unexcused absence.
Truancy: Truancy is defined as any three consecutive unexcused absences,
any five unexcused absences in a semester or seven unexcused absences in a
school year, whichever comes first.
ARRIVAL AT SCHOOL
Prompt arrival at school is expected for all students. Students may enter the
building at 7:40 a.m. Those students eating breakfast go through the
breakfast line. Those students not eating breakfast go directly to the gym.
Students eating breakfast will report to the gym after eating. All students
will be dismissed to class from the gym. Students will be marked tardy
beginning at 8:00 a.m.
46 TARDINESS
Any student missing up to an hour, at any time during the school day, is
considered tardy. Students missing an hour or more during the school day will
be considered absent. Students arriving late or leaving early must check in
and out with the office. There is a sign in/out sheet in the office for
parents to sign for children entering school late or leaving early. Three
unexcused tardies will be converted and recorded as one unexcused
absence.
LOITERING AFTER SCHOOL
Unless students are in a supervised program they are to leave the school
grounds directly after school is out. We ask parents support in arranging
prompt pick-up after school for those not walking or riding a bus home. Any
student waiting to be picked up is to remain on the front steps. The
playground is off-limits until after 4:00 p.m. for all students.
BUS INFORMATION
Our bus drivers receive extensive training at the district bus garage before
they are employed to drive a USD 506 bus. All of our bus drivers hold a CDL
driver’s license, attend monthly safety meetings, and keep current
certification in first aid and defensive driving. We conduct two bus
evacuation drills with all of our students each school year.
The bus your child rides will seldom change during their years of attendance
in our school. You will be contacted in advance if alterations to established
routes need to be made. Please notify your bus driver if your child will not
be riding the bus on a given day. If space allows, your child may ride home
with another student if both students have a note from their parents
indicating that they have parental permission to do so.
The pick-up and delivery times will seldom vary from day to day, therefore,
students need to be waiting at their stop each day before the bus arrives.
Animals, insects, fowls, etc. may not be transported on the bus. Glass
containers such as bottles and jars, balloons, sticks or any object that may
be unsafe or create a driving hazard are not permitted on the bus. Food,
drink and gum may not be consumed on the bus, except at the discretion of
school staff.
We will not alter our bus routes to accommodate out of attendance center or
out of district students. Those students will need to meet the bus on the
47 established route.
The following are our expectations while riding the bus:
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Sit facing forward.
Keep voices at a conversational level.
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself and inside the bus at all
times.
No throwing objects.
No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
Follow the directions of the bus driver.
Emergency Safety Intervention (ESI) Policy
The board of education is committed to limiting the use of Emergency Safety Interventions
(“ESI”), such as seclusion and restraint, with all students. The board of education encourages
all employees to utilize other behavioral management tools, including prevention techniques,
de-escalation techniques, and positive behavioral intervention strategies. The board has
adopted policy GAAF “Emergency Safety Interventions”. This policy is available on the
district website at www.usd506.org with links to the policy available on any individual school
page. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.
INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSING
In the event of inclement weather or mechanical breakdown, school may be
closed. The same conditions may also necessitate early dismissal. These
events will be announced on the following radio/TV stations:
KOAM-TV (channel 7)
KODE-TV (channel 12)
KKOW Radio (96.9)
KGGF Radio (690 AM)
KLKC Radio (93.5 FM)
KOBC Radio (90.7 FM).
DAILY SCHEDULE
7:40 Doors Opened/Students report to Breakfast or the gym.
7:55 Breakfast completed/Students report to the gym
8:00 Students are dismissed by class to their classrooms
11:10 Begin Lunch
3:10 Bus students dismissed
3:15 Town students dismissed
3:15 – 4:30 After School Study Hall for 6th-8th grade
48 HAZING/HARASSMENT/INTIMIDATION/BULLYING/MENACING
The board has a set high priority on zero tolerance for bullying behavior at
all levels of the organization. This means no tolerance for students bullying
students, no tolerance for staff bullying students, and no tolerance for staff
bullying staff. The board has adopted policy GAACB /JGECB.
“Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing” to establish an
expectation district-wide. The policy states, ”Students whose behavior is
found to be in violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and
including expulsion.“
SCHOOL VISITS
Parents and adult visitors are always welcome to visit in our school. Please
arrange your visits in advance if you would like to visit with a teacher. Please
report to the office when you arrive for a visit. Children not enrolled in our
school may not visit nor attend class with a child enrolled in our school.
LUNCH & BREAKFAST
USD 506 elementary schools are com-mitted to providing students with a
nutritious, enjoyable hot meal. Those parents desiring to do so may apply for
free or reduced breakfasts and lunches. Applications are available at
enrollment or anytime during the year in the school office. If students choose
to bring sack lunches, they are welcome to do so. There will not be facilities
provided for sack lunches to be kept cool at school. They may purchase milk
if they desire. Parents/Guardians are welcome to come eat with your child
for special occasions. We ask that you come no more than once a month per
child. You may have siblings sit with you but not other children.
All students will follow the lunchroom rules to ensure a safe and orderly
environment.
Ø Unruly behavior, such as excessive talking, horseplay, throwing food,
etc. will not be allowed.
Ø Students will not be allowed to trade food.
Ø Students must obey the lunchroom supervisors—failure to do so will
result in a loss of privileges.
49 DRESS CODE
A student’s appearance should not disrupt the normal proceedings of the
school, nor interfere with the health, safety, or welfare of any individual.
Apparel and clothing containing printed or visual messages inappropriate in a
school setting will not be worn. Hats, bandanas or caps will not be worn in
the building. Cutoffs, beach apparel, bicycle shorts, see-through clothing,
bare midriffs, or tank tops and spaghetti strap blouses are unacceptable. All
waistbands of shorts, pants, or skirts will be worn at the waistline or above.
Dresses and shorts will be mid-thigh length or longer. Any manner of dress or
hairstyle that the principal deems to be detrimental to the learning process
will not be allowed. The principal shall act as “arbiter of good taste” in
referrals from staff members on questions of improper attire.
HOMEWORK
All students are expected to complete assignments on time. Students are
responsible for being prepared to work when they come to class. Preparation
includes all materials that are needed to successfully do their assignments.
Homework is typically school assignments that were not completed during
class time during the school day. Students are expected to have assignments
completed and submitted to the teacher on time. In the event of an absence
from school, it is the responsibility of the student to get the missed
assignments from his teacher or a responsible classmate. We allow one day
per day of absence plus one additional day to complete missed assignments.
You may call the office to make arrangements for getting assignments on the
day of your child’s absence.
GRADING SCALE
K-2 grades: a various system of letter grades, plus & minus marks, and S
(satisfactory) and U (unsatisfactory) marks
3-8 grades:
100
99-93
92-90
89-88
87-83
82-80
79-78
A+
A
AB+
B
BC
79-78 C+
77-73 C
72-70 C69-68 D+
67-63 D
62-60 D59 > F
50 *Teachers will notify students when assignments are due. Our teachers will
grade the work submitted, even if the assignment is incomplete.
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A mandatory study hall until 4:30 pm after school will be required
for any 6th-8th grader who drops his/her grade to 2 “D’s” or one or
more “F’s”.
PROMOTION, RETENTION, AND FAILURE TO MEET REQUIREMENTS
The final decision to promote or retain a student shall rest with the principal
after receiving information from parents /guardians, teachers and other
appropriate school personnel.
SIT
Student Improvement Team is a group of teachers, the building principal, and
individual students’ parents that meet on a regular basis to explore
strategies and interventions to help students that are having difficulty
learning or following school rules and expectations.
Referral to SIT can be made by teachers or parents.
TELEPHONE CALLS
5.
Students will be allowed to use the telephone only in the
event of an emergency. Cell Phones are not to be turned on
during any part of the school day (this includes anytime you
are riding the bus). Cell phones that are out during the
school day or school activities will be considered a nuisance
and will be confiscated. The taking of pictures is not
allowed as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
Electronic devices are not allowed on the playground
during school hours unless the principal gives prior
approval.
STUDENT PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Each student’s personal possessions, including workbooks, school supplies,
articles of clothing, toys, athletic equipment, and other personal possessions
should be plainly marked with the child’s name. Any personal electronic
51 device such as (cd player, iPod, MP3 player, and any other electronic device is
not to be turned on during any part of the school day {this includes anytime
you are riding the bus}), except at the discretion of the school staff. The
school will not be held responsible for any broken, lost, or stolen articles that
the child brings from home. The taking of pictures with any personal
electronic device is not allowed as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
LEARNING TRIPS
Parents will be informed of all learning trips in advance of the trip. Students
must have a signed permission slip to attend. Program and parade practices
at LCHS are listed in the school and/or district calendars. Permission slips
are not required for these events.
TORNADO, FIRE, AND CRISIS DRILLS
Visual charts for procedures are posted in each room. Fire drills are monthly,
tornado drills three times a year, and bus/crisis drills twice times a year.
OUT OF DISTRICT AND OUT OF ATTENDANCE CENTER APPLICATIONS
Students who do not live in the Mound Valley Grade School attendance center
area may apply for out of district or out of attendance center status.
Applications are available in the office and must be made yearly. Acceptance
is based, primarily upon the size of the class where application is made. The
school principal will conduct a background check on new students applying in
first through eighth grades. The school principal will recommend only students
in good standing regarding academics, attendance, and behavior for approval
by the Superintendent of Schools. Out of attendance center students and out
of district students who have older siblings already in attendance at Bartlett
will be accorded priority status over new out of district applications.
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
Mound Valley activities include: volleyball, football, basketball, track, band,
vocal, yearbook, Gen Y and cheerleading. Parents be advised that
participating in an activity requires a serious time commitment and that
students are not given any extra time to complete regular classroom
academic assignments.
A student missing any part of the school day due to illness or unexcused absence will not be
eligible to participate in that day’s activities.
52 Students may be required to sign a contract outlining expectations for
participation. Coaches/Sponsors will send practice schedules home, although
they are subject to change.
Eligibility is determined by the KSHSAA and student grades. Each student
must have a physical examination after May 1 of the current school year.
This physical must be on the Kansas State High School Activities Association
form, signed by a physician, parent, and student. This document must be on
file with our school before a student will be allowed to practice.
All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students whether or not participating in athletic,
cheerleading, or band activities are required to maintain acceptable grades.
Any student receiving two “D’s or one “F” will be restricted from
participation. In order to participate the student will be expected to attend
our mandatory study hall until he/she has raised his/her grades accordingly.
During this time a student will not practice or take part in any extra
curricular activities.
Parents must sign a parent release form before taking their child from a
school-sponsored event. The team manager and/or coach will have the form
with him/her.
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USD 506 does not carry health insurance on students.
Revised May 2014
53 Meadow View 2014 -­‐ 2015 Student Handbook
WELCOME from the PRINCIPAL
I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our school. Meadow View is known for its great
academics, athletics and an experienced teaching staff. Each year our students meet the criteria for the
“Standard of Excellence” distinction on our Kansas state assessment tests. Our students not only excel
academically, but are also taught respect, responsibility and how to work hard. Most importantly we at
Meadow View are a family, we take pride in being a Falcon and working together with parents to form a
partnership for your child. Please contact me for any assistance you may need. Once again, “Welcome to
Meadow View.”
OUR BELIEFS
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We treat all people with respect. We do quality work. We protect our learning environment from interruption. We assume responsibility for the proper care of our building and its contents. MEADOW VIEW SCHOOL RULES
1) Be in assigned seats ready to work when class begins 2) Have paper, pencils, books, and completed assignments every day 3) Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself. 4) No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-­‐downs. 5) Follow the directions of individuals in authority. PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF OUR SCHOOL RULES
Phase I: The adult in authority will address concerns with those who do not meet expectations. Phase II: The adult in authority will contact parents when expectations are not met during phase I. Phase III: A conference with the principal, the adult in authority, and the student will be scheduled when expectations are not met during phase II. Phase IV: A conference with the parent(s), principal, staff member and Student will be scheduled when expectations are not met under phase III. Phase V: The principal will take the necessary action deemed 55 appropriate to resolve non-­‐compliance with expectations Plans of action will be implemented at each phase. SEVERE CLAUSE: Serious violations and offenses will be dealt with accordingly. Fighting, sexual harassment, bullying, property damage, etc. will be dealt with immediately by the school principal. ENROLLMENT
Children entering Kindergarten are required by law to be at least five years
old on or before August 31 for the school year in which they are enrolling. A
Kindergarten Clinic is held each spring to do a pre-assessment and a
preliminary enrollment. Parents must bring the child’s Social Security card,
birth certificate, and immunization records in order to enroll the child.
Students transferring to USD 506 elementary schools should bring proof of residence and a valid birth certificate. Fees should be paid at the time of enrollment. OUT OF DISTRICT AND OUT OF ATTENDANCE CENTER APPLICATIONS
Students who do not live in the Meadow View Grade School attendance center area may apply for out of district or out of attendance center status. Applications are available in the office and must be made yearly. Acceptance is based, primarily upon the size of the class where application is made. The school principal will conduct a background check on new students applying in first through eighth grades. The school principal will recommend only students in good standing regarding academics, attendance, and behavior for approval by the Superintendent of Schools. Out of attendance center students and out of district students who have older siblings already in attendance at Meadow View will be accorded priority status over new out of district applications. ABSENCES FROM SCHOOL
Regular attendance is extremely important to the educational development of our students. We believe that the major responsibility for regular attendance lies with the parents and the student. When a student is absent, a parent or guardian must call the school within 24 hours of the absence. If a telephone is not available, the school will accept a signed note from the parent or guardian when the student returns to school. If a telephone call or note is not received from the parent or guardian, the absence will be recorded as unexcused. Excused Absences: The principal shall determine whether an absence is excused or unexcused. 56 Absences for the following reasons will be administratively approved: 1. Illness with a parent’s verification 2. School sponsored activities 3. Weather conditions so severe that it is impossible for the student to attend 4. Prior approved absences between the principal and parents for funerals and family business. Unexcused Absences: All absences that do not fall in the categories of the excused absences listed above shall be unexcused. In addition, leaving school when school is in session without the principal’s permission shall be deemed an unexcused absence. This will include failure to attend mandatory after school tutoring or 8th hour. Truancy: Truancy is defined as any three consecutive unexcused absences, any five unexcused absences in a semester or seven unexcused absences in a school year, whichever comes first. TARDINESS
Students arriving late or leaving early must check in and out with the office. There is a sign in/out sheet in the office for parents to sign for their children entering school late or leaving early. (If you are unable to come sign your child in, then please send a note with your child.) Any student missing up to an hour, at any time during the school day, is considered tardy. Students missing more than an hour during the school day will be considered absent. Three unexcused tardies will be converted to one unexcused absence. ARRIVAL AT SCHOOL
All students are afforded the opportunity to ride the school bus. Students may enter the building at 7:35 AM. Those students eating breakfast go through the front doors and go through the breakfast line. Those students not eating breakfast enter through the east gym doors and sit with their classmates in designated areas. Students will be marked tardy beginning at 7:55. DAILY SCHEDULE
7:35 Busses unload. Students enter the building. 7:35 Breakfast is served. 7:55 Tardy Bell – Students dismissed to class. 11:10 Lunch K-­‐ 1-­‐ 2 11:25 Lunch 3– 4-­‐ 5 11:40 Lunch 6-­‐7-­‐8 3:10 Dismiss Bus Students 3:15 Buses Leave – Dismiss Non-­‐ Bus Students Any student, in grades 3 – 8, who has the grades of two (2) D’s or one (1) F in any subject may be assigned to our mandatory study hall period. This period lasts from 3:10 – 4:30. 57 GRADES
The following is the grade scale used by all teachers in our school: 100 A+ 79 – 78 C+ 99 – 93 A 77 – 73 C 92 – 90 A-­‐ 72 – 70 C-­‐ 89 – 88 B+ 69 – 68 D+ 87 – 83 B 67 – 63 D 82 – 80 B-­‐ 60 – 62 D-­‐ 59 – below F HOMEWORK
All students are expected to complete assignments on time. Students are responsible for being prepared to work when they come to class. Preparation includes all materials that are needed to successfully do their assignments. Homework is typically school assignments that were not completed during class time during the school day. This includes project work. Assignments are to be completed and submitted to the teacher on time. Late work is a zero. In the event of an absence from school, it is the responsibility of the student to get the missed assignments from his teacher or a responsible classmate. We allow one day per day of absence plus one additional day to complete missed assignments. You may telephone the office to make arrangements for getting assignments on the day of your child’s absence. ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
Meadow View activities include: volleyball, football, basketball, track, band, vocal,
cheerleading, and yearbook. Parents be advised that participating in an activity
requires a serious time commitment and that students are not given any extra
time to complete regular classroom academic assignments. Students may be
required to sign a contract outlining expectations for participation.
Coaches/sponsors will send practice schedules home, although they are subject
to change. A student who misses more than ½ a day due to illness/unexcused
absences will not be eligible to participate in that day’s activities.
Each student must have a physical examination after May 1 of the current school
year. This physical must be on the Kansas State High School Activities Association
form, signed by a physician, parent, and student. This document must be on file
with our school before a student will be allowed to practice.
58 All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students whether or not participating in athletics,
cheerleading, or band activities are required to maintain acceptable grades. Any
student receiving two “D’s” or one “F” will be restricted from participation. In
order to participate the student will be expected to attend a mandatory study hall (8th
hour) for one week, until he/she has raised his/her grades to no “F’s” or only one
“D”. Grade checks will be done weekly. During this time a student will not practice
or take part in any extra curricular activities.
Parents must sign the parent release form before taking their child from a school-sponsored event.
The team manager and/or coach will have the form with him/her.
Students participating in athletics or cheerleading must be in attendance for the full day on the day of a game or activity in order to be eligible to participate in practices, games, parades, or other related activities during the day in question. Attending a funeral or a scheduled appointment for professional services will be considered exemptions and will be excused. *USD 506 does not carry health insurance on students.
BUS INFORMATION
Our bus drivers receive extensive training, before they are employed to drive a USD 506 bus. All of our bus drivers hold a CDL driver’s license, attend monthly safety meetings, and keep current certification in first aid and defensive driving. We conduct two bus evacuation drills with all of our students each school year. The bus your child rides will seldom change during their years of attendance in our school. You will be contacted in advance if alterations to established routes need to be made. Please notify your bus driver if your child will not be riding the bus on a given day. If space allows, your child may ride home with another student if both students have a note from their parents indicating that they have parental permission to do so. The pick-­‐up and delivery times will seldom vary from day to day, therefore, students need to be waiting at their stop each day before the bus arrives. Animals, insects, fowls, etc. may not be transported on the bus. Glass containers such as bottles and jars, balloons, sticks or any object that may be unsafe or create a driving hazard are not permitted on the bus. Neither food nor drink may be consumed on the bus, except at the discretion of school staff, while the bus is in motion. We may not alter our bus routes to accommodate out of attendance center or out of district students. Those students will need to meet the bus on the established route. 59 Expectations while riding the bus: 1) Sit properly (feet on floor, facing forward). 2) Keep voices at a conversational level. 3) Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself. 4) No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-­‐downs. 5) Follow the directions of the bus driver. The bus is considered an extension of the school day and all rules, policies and procedures continue on the bus. The principal will take the necessary action deemed appropriate to resolve non-­‐compliance with expectations Serious violations and offenses will be dealt with accordingly. Fighting, sexual harassment, bullying, property damage, etc. will be dealt with immediately by the school principal. DRESS CODE
A student’s appearance should not disrupt the normal proceedings of the school, nor interfere with the health, safety, or welfare of any individual. Apparel and clothing containing printed or visual messages inappropriate in a school setting will not be worn. Skate shoes or Heelies are not allowed to be worn to school or used on school property. This includes after hour events. Hats or caps will not be worn in the building. Cutoffs, beach apparel, bicycle shorts, see-­‐through clothing, bare midriffs, tank tops, or tops with spaghetti straps are unacceptable. Dresses and shorts will be mid-­‐thigh length or longer. Any manner of dress or hairstyle that the principal deems to be detrimental to the learning process will not be allowed. The principal shall act as “arbiter of good taste” in referrals from staff members on questions of improper attire. LUNCH & BREAKFAST
USD 506 elementary schools are committed to providing students with
a nutritious, enjoyable hot meal. Those parents desiring to do so may
apply for free or reduced breakfasts and lunches. Applications are
available at enrollment or anytime during the year in the school office.
If students choose to bring sack lunches, they are welcome to do so.
There will not be facilities provided for sack lunches to be kept cool at
school. They may purchase milk if they desire. All students will need
to either bring a sack lunch or take a school meal. No students will be
allowed to skip lunch for any reason.
60 Parents/Guardians are welcome to come eat with your child for special
occasions. We ask that you call the day before if you are eating a
school lunch so we can get you on our lunch count. You may have
siblings sit with you but not other children.
Juice will not be substituted for milk unless we have a doctor’s note
for a milk allergy.
All students will follow the lunchroom rules to ensure a safe and
orderly environment.
• Unruly behavior, such as excessive talking, horseplay, etc. will not
be allowed.
• Students will not be allowed to trade food.
• Students must obey the lunchroom supervisors—failure to do so
will result in a loss of privileges.
Students are not allowed to purchase pop during the school day except for special occasions as permitted by the classroom teacher INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSING
In the event of inclement weather or mechanical breakdown, school may be closed. The same conditions may also necessitate early dismissal. These events will be announced on the following radio/TV stations: KOAM-­‐TV (channel 7) KODE-­‐TV (channel 12) KKOW Radio (96.9) KGGF Radio (690 AM) KLKC Radio (93.5 FM) KOBC Radio (90.7 FM). The automated communication system will be activated in the event of school closing. MEDICATIONS
In accordance with Kansas State Law, parents may come to school to administer medication or
must have a written document with specific directions for the medication’s use. This form is
available in the office. All medication must be in its original container or it cannot be
dispensed. All medication will be kept in the office. First doses of all medication will not be
given at school. Herbal medications will not be administered at school. Medications should not
be transported on the bus.
* Immunizations must be up-­‐to-­‐date and proof of all immunizations should be provided to the school. Kansas law currently requires Hepatitis B and Varicella (chicken pox) vaccinations. Providing a date of chicken pox disease is also acceptable. In compliance with Kansas Statute 72-­‐5209, all students must provide proof of immunizations at the time of enrollment. Each student who is 11 years of age on or before September 20, 2009 will need 61 a T-­‐dap booster prior to the start of the school year in order to attend classes. *Physicals are required for all kindergarteners and any child 9 and under, entering a Kansas school for the first time. SIT
The Student Improvement Team is a group of teachers, the building principal and individual students’ parents that meet to explore strategies and interventions to help students that are having difficulty learning or following school rules and expectations. Referral to the SIT team can be made by teachers or parents. PROMOTION, RETENTION, AND FAILURE TO MEET REQUIREMENTS The final decision to promote or retain a student shall rest with the principal after receiving information from parents/guardians, teachers, and other appropriate school personnel. SCHOOL VISITS
Parents and adult visitors are always welcome to visit in our school. Please arrange your visits in advance if you would like to visit with a teacher. Please report to the office when you arrive for a visit. Children not enrolled in our school may not visit nor attend class with a child enrolled in our school. STUDENT PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Each student’s personal possessions, including workbooks, school supplies; articles of clothing, toys, athletic equipment, and other personal possessions should be plainly marked with the child’s name. Any personal electronic device such as, but not limited to, a C.D. Player, I-­‐Pod, MP3 player, Cell Phone, and any other electronic devices are not to be turned on during any part of the school day or on the school bus except at the discretion of the school staff. The school will not be held responsible for any broken, lost, or stolen articles that the child brings from home. CELL PHONES
All cell phones are to be turned off and put away in the student’s bag or locker during school hours. Cell phones that are taken out during school hours will be considered a nuisance item and will be confiscated. Parents will be required to pick up the cell phone. Repeat offenses will result in disciplinary action. The taking of pictures with any personal electronic device is not allowed as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) 62 TELEPHONE CALLS
Students will be allowed to use the telephone only in the event of an emergency. Cell Phones are not to be turned on during any part of the school day (this includes anytime you are riding the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff. TORNADO, FIRE, AND CRISIS DRILLS
Visual charts for procedures are posted in each room. Fire drills are monthly, tornado drills three times a year, and crisis drills are conducted during safety week each year.
BULLYING/HARASSMENT
The board has set a high priority on zero tolerance for bullying behavior at all levels of the organization. This means no tolerance for students bullying students, no tolerance for staff bullying students, and no tolerance for staff bullying staff. The board has adopted policy GAACB/JGECB/ JDDC “Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing” to establish an expectation district-­‐wide. The policy states, “Students whose behavior is found to be in violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion.” FIELD TRIPS
Parents will be informed of all learning trips in advance of the trip.
Students must have a signed permission slip to attend. Program and
parade practices at LCHS are listed in the school and/or district
calendars. Permission slips are not required for these events. Any
student who consistently does not have assignments completed and
turned in on time will not be allowed to go on any school field trip will
be assigned a grade for the course.
Emergency Safety Interventions The board of education is committed to limiting the use of Emergency Safety Interventions (“ESI”), such as seclusion and restraint, with all students. The board of education encourages all employees to utilize other behavioral management tools, including prevention techniques, de-­‐escalation techniques, and positive behavioral intervention strategies. The board has adopted policy GAAF “Emergency Safety Interventions”. This policy is available on the district website at www.usd506.org with links to the policy available on any individual school page. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request. 63 Non-­‐discrimination Policy The school district of Labette County USD 506 does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, natural origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and
provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following person has been designated to handle inquiries or complaints regarding the
nondiscrimination policies, including requests for accommodations or access to
District buildings and programs.
Superintendent of Schools
PO Box 189
Altamont, KS 67330
Telephone: 620-784-5326
64 2014-2015
BARTLETT BRAVES
(Aiming Higher Excellence Takes Desire)
Box 4676
Bartlett, KS 67332
Phone: 620-226-3414
Fax: 620-226-3340
E-mail: [email protected]
65 Labette County USD 506
Where Excellence and Education Meet
1
Bartlett School Staff
Mr. Tim Traxson, Principal
Mrs. LaFaye Noble, Secretary
Kindergarten: Becky Wiley
1st Grade:
Nancy Hahn
2nd Grade: Tonia Wilson
3rd Grade: Melinda Littrell
4th Grade: Stephanie Moore
5th Grade: Linda Carland
6th Grade: Carolyn Waugh
7th Grade: Tony Swanwick
8th Grade: Nancy Wyckoff
P E:
Steve Odaffer
Vocal/Band Scott Allison
Inclusion:
Lisa Strickland
Jackie LaFalier
Michelle Hefley
Melissa Russell
Title I: Math Kim Smith
Title I: Reading Michelle Traxson
Para:
Jennifer Eichhorn
Para/Library: Rayma Gegg
Counselor:
Nicole Dean
Mona Garrett
Nurse:
Health Dept.
Gifted:
Susan Fiihr
Cooks:
Sharon Smith
Jessica Farrow
Custodian:
Bryan Benning
Iona Benning
Bus Drivers: Rex Hess
Paula Reynolds
Christy Lewellen
Principal’s Message
Dear Parents and Students:
Welcome to Bartlett Grade School, Hom e of the Braves! The 2014-2015
school year promises to be one of the most exciting, challenging and rewarding years
of your life. The years that you spend at BGS will provide you with the tools that upon
graduation will allow you to move to the next phase of your lives, confident in your
abilities and your educational experiences.
We have an outstanding group of teachers and support staff that is here to
assure that you have every opportunity to excel in all academic areas and achieve the
success that you desire.
I encourage both you and your parents to stay actively involved in your
educational career at Bartlett Grade School and beyond. Good Luck, and have a great
year as a Brave .
Sincerely,
Mr. Tim Traxson
Principal
66 Bartlett Grade School Handbook
Notice of Non-­‐Discrimination The school district of Labette County USD 506 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries or complaints regarding the nondiscrimination policies, including requests for accommodations or access to District buildings and programs. Complaints in regard to Discrimination Discrimination against any student or employee on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or religion in the admission or access to or treatment in the districts programs or activities is prohibited. The Superintendent of Schools, PO Box 189, Altamont, Kansas 67330-­‐0188, 620-­‐784-­‐5326, has been designated to coordinate compliance with nondiscrimination requirements contained in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Superintendent of Schools, 401 S High School Street, PO Box 189, Altamont, KS 67330, 620-­‐784-­‐5326, 620-­‐724-­‐6280 (telecommunications device for the deaf), 620-­‐328-­‐3121 (speech impaired), [email protected] Mission Statem ent
At Bartlett Grade School, we will provide a safe, positive learning environment in which we
provide innovative, quality learning experiences that will prepare our students to be successful
both academically and in life.
OUR BELIEFS
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treat all people with respect.
do quality work.
protect our learning environment from interruption.
assume responsibility for the proper care of our building and its contents.
SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
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Be in assigned seats ready to work when class begins
Have paper, pencils, books, and completed assignments every day
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
Follow the directions of individuals in authority.
PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF OUR SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
Phase I:
Phase II:
Phase III:
Phase IV:
The adult in authority will address concerns with those who do not meet
expectations.
The adult in authority will contact parents when expectations are not met during
phase I.
A conference with the principal, the adult in authority, and the student will be
scheduled when expectations are not met during phase II.
A conference with the parent(s), principal, staff member and student will be
scheduled when expectations are not met under phase III.
67 Phase V:
The principal will take the necessary action deemed appropriate to resolve noncompliance with expectations
Plans of action will be implemented at each phase.
SEVERE CLAUSE: Serious violations and offenses will be dealt with accordingly.
Fighting, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Property Damage, etc. will be dealt with
immediately by the school principal.
Vision Statem ent
Bartlett Grade School will be a school in which staff, parents and community members are
committed to providing an educational experience that promotes high standards, innovative
instruction and learning experiences that prepare our students to be successful in the 21st
Century.
ENROLLMENT
Children entering Kindergarten are required by law to be at least five years old on or before
August 31 for the school year in which they are enrolling. A Kindergarten Clinic is held each
spring to do a pre-assessment and a preliminary enrollment. Parents must bring the child’s
Social Security numbers, birth certificates, and immunization records in order to complete the
enrollment.
Students transferring to USD 506 elementary schools should bring proof of residence and a
valid birth certificate. Fees should be paid at the time of enrollment.
OUT OF DISTRICT AND OUT OF ATTENDANCE CENTER APPLICATIONS
Students who do not live in the Edna Elementary School attendance center area may apply for
out of district or out of attendance center status. Applications are available in the office and
must be made yearly. Acceptance is based, primarily upon the size of the class where
application is made. The school principal will conduct a background check on new students
applying in first through eighth grades. The school principal will recommend only students in
good standing regarding academics, attendance, and behavior for approval by the
Superintendent of Schools. Out of attendance center students and out of district students who
have older siblings already in attendance at Edna will be accorded priority status over new out
of district applications.
ARRIVAL AT SCHOOL
Prompt arrival at school is expected for all students. Students may enter the building at 7:40
a.m. Those students eating breakfast go through the breakfast line. Those students not eating
breakfast go directly to where the sit in the gym. Students will be marked tardy beginning at
8:00 a.m.
TARDINESS
Students arriving late or leaving early must check in and out with the office. There is a sign
in/out sheet in the office for parents to sign for children entering school late or leaving early. If
you are unable to come sign your child in, then please send a note with your child. Any student
68 missing up to an hour, at any time during the school day, is considered tardy. Student missing
an hour or more, during the school day, will be considered absent. Three unexcused tardies
will be converted and recorded as one unexcused absence.
ATTENDANCE
Regular attendance is extremely important to the educational development of our students. We
believe that the major responsibility for regular attendance lies with the parents and the
student.
When a student is absent, a parent or guardian must call the school within 24 hours of the
absence. If a telephone is not available, the school will accept a signed note from the parent or
guardian when the student returns to school. If a telephone call or note is not received from
the parent or guardian within 24 hours, the absence will be recorded as unexcused.
Excused Absences: The principal shall determine whether an absence is excused or
unexcused. Absences for the following reasons will be administratively approved:
5) Illness with a parent’s verification
6) School sponsored activities
7) Weather conditions so severe that it is impossible for the student to attend
8) Prior approved absences between the principal and parents for funerals and family
business.
Unexcused Absences: All absences that do not fall in the categories of the excused absences
listed above shall be unexcused. In addition, leaving school when school is in session without the
principal’s permission shall be deemed an unexcused absence. This will include the mandatory
study hall time.
* Truancy: Truancy is defined as any three consecutive unexcused absences, any five
unexcused absences in a semester or seven unexcused absences in a school year, whichever
comes first.
DAILY SCHEDULE
7:35 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
11:40 a.m.
3:05 p.m.
3:10 p.m.
3:15 p.m.
3:20 - 4:20
Doors Opened/Students report to gym/Breakfast begins
Breakfast completed/Dismissal to class
Begin Lunch K-4
Begin lunch 5-8
Clean-up and prepare for dismissal
Bus students dismissed
Town students dismissed
Tutoring and After School Study Hall
69 GRADING SCALE
The following is the grade scale used by all teachers in our school for grades K-8:
100
99-93
92-90
89-88
87-83
82-80
79-78
77-73
72-71
§
A+
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
C-
69-68
67-63
62-60
59 >
D+
D
DF
Teachers will notify students when assignments
are due. Our teachers will grade the work
submitted, even if the assignment is
incomplete.
A mandatory study hall (8 th hour) will be required for any 3rd –8th grader who
drops his/her grade to two “D’s” or one “F” after school from 3:20- 4:20 pm.
PROMOTION, RETENTION, AND FAILURE TO MEET REQUIREMENTS
The final decision to promote or retain a student shall rest with the principal after receiving
information from parents/guardians, teachers and other appropriate school personnel.
LEARNING TRIPS
Parents will be informed of all learning trips in advance of the trip. Students must have a signed
permission slip to attend. Program and parade practices at LCHS are listed in the school and/or
district calendars. Permission slips are not required for these events.
Any student who does not have assignments completed and turned in on time, will
not be allowed to go on any school field trip unless the field trip has been
assigned a grade for a course.
HOMEW ORK
All students are expected to complete assignments on time. Students are responsible for being
prepared to work when they come to class. Preparation includes all materials that are needed to
successfully do their assignments.
Homework is typically school assignments that were not completed during class time during the
school day. Students are expected to have assignments completed and submitted to the
teacher on time.
In the event of an absence from school, it is the responsibility of the student to get the missed
assignments from his teacher or a responsible classmate. We allow one day per day of absence
plus one additional day to complete missed assignments. You may telephone the office to make
arrangements for getting assignments on the day of your child’s absence.
SIT
Student Improvement Team is a group of teachers, the building principal, and individual
students’ parents that meet on a regular basis to explore strategies and interventions to help
students that are having difficulty learning or following school rules and expectations. Referral
to SIT can be made by teachers and/or parents.
70 DRESS CODE
Each student should make a habit to look his/her best at all times. The student should strive to
feel the best he/she can by practicing cleanliness and attractive grooming. A student’s
appearance should not disrupt the normal proceedings of the school, nor interfere with the
health, safety, or welfare of any individual. “Heelies” (skate/shoes) are not allowed. Apparel
and clothing containing printed or visual messages inappropriate in a school setting will not be
worn. Hats, bandanas or caps will not be worn in the building. Cutoffs, beach apparel, bicycle
shorts, see-through clothing, bare midriffs, or tank tops and spaghetti strap blouses are
unacceptable. All waistbands of shorts, pants, or skirts will be worn at the waistline or above.
Dresses and shorts will be mid-thigh length or longer. Any manner of dress or hairstyle that the
principal deems to be detrimental to the learning process will not be allowed. The principal shall
act as “arbiter of good taste” in referrals from staff members on questions of improper attire.
STUDENT PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Each student’s personal possessions, including workbooks, school supplies, articles of clothing,
toys, athletic equipment, and other personal possessions should be plainly marked with the
child’s name. Any personal electronic device such as (C.D. player, I-Pod, MP3 player, and any
other electronic devises are not to be turned on during any part of the school day (this includes
anytime you are riding the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff. The school will
not be held responsible for any broken, lost, or stolen articles that the child
brings from home. The taking of pictures with any personal electronic devices is not allowed
as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
BUS INFORM ATION
Our bus drivers receive extensive training at the district bus garage before they are employed
to drive a USD 506 bus. All of our bus drivers hold a CDL driver’s license, attend monthly safety
meetings, and keep current certification in first aid and defensive driving. We conduct two bus
evacuation drills with all of our students each school year.
The bus your child rides will seldom change during their years of attendance in our school. You
will be contacted in advance if alterations to established routes need to be made. Please notify
your bus driver if your child will not be riding the bus on a given day. If space allows, your child
may ride home with another student if both students have a note from their parents indicating
that they have parental permission to do so.
The pick-up and delivery times will seldom vary from day to day, therefore, students need to be
waiting at their stop each day before the bus arrives. Animals, insects, fowls, etc. may not be
transported on the bus. Glass containers such as bottles and jars, balloons, sticks or any object
that may be unsafe or create a driving hazard are not permitted on the bus. Gum, food and
drink may not be consumed on the bus except at the discretion of school staff.
We will not alter our bus routes to accommodate out of attendance center or out of district
students. Those students will need to meet the bus on the established route.
71 The following are our expectations while riding the bus:
• Sit properly (feet on floor, facing forward).
• Keep voices at a conversational level.
• Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
• No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
• Follow the directions of the bus driver.
For violating these expectations:
The school bus is an extension of the school day. The principal will take the necessary action
deemed appropriate to resolve non-compliance with expectations. Serious violations and
offenses will be dealt with accordingly. Fighting, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Property
Damage, etc. will be dealt with immediately by the school principal.
Bus Number
# 37
# 48
# 38
# 15
Driver
Rex Hess
Paula Reynolds
Christy Lewellen
Home Phone
423-5517
226-3406
784-2455
784-5452
TELEPHONE CALLS/Cell Phones
Students will be allowed to use the telephone only in the event of an emergency. Cell Phones
are not to be turned on during any part of the school day (this includes anytime you are riding
the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff. Cell phones that are out during the
school day will be considered a nuisance and will be confiscated. The taking of pictures is not
allowed as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
LUNCH & BREAKFAST
USD 506 elementary schools are committed to providing students with a nutritious, enjoyable
hot meal. Those parents desiring to do so may apply for free or reduced breakfasts and
lunches. Applications are available at enrollment or anytime during the year in the school office.
If students choose to bring sack lunches, they are welcome to do so. There will
not be facilities provided for sack lunches to be kept cool at school. They may
purchase milk if they desire. All students must either bring a sack lunch or eat a
school lunch. No student will be allowed to skip lunch .
Parents/Guardians are welcome to come eat with your child for special occasions.
You may have siblings sit with you but not other children.
All students will follow the lunchroom rules to ensure a safe and orderly
environment.
• Unruly behavior, such as excessive talking, horseplay, throwing food, etc.
will not be allowed.
• Students will not be allowed to trade food.
• Students must obey the lunchroom supervisors— failure to do so will result
in a loss of privileges.
72 MEDICATIONS
In accordance with Kansas State Law, parents may come to school to administer medication or
must have a written document with specific directions for the medication’s use. This form is
available in the office. All medication must be in its original container or it cannot be
dispensed. First doses of all medication will not be given at school. Herbal medications will
not be administered at school. All medication will be kept in the office.
Immunizations must be up-to-date and proof of all immunizations should be provided to the
school. Kansas Law currently requires Hepatitis B and Varicella (chicken pox) vaccinations.
Providing a date of chicken pox disease is also acceptable.
§
Physicals are required for all kindergarteners, and any child 9 and under, entering a
Kansas school for the first time.
§
NEW - In compliance with Kansas Statute 72-5209, each student who is 11 years of age
on or before September 1, 2009 will need a Tdap booster prior to the start of the
school year in order to attend classes.
HAZING/HARASSMENT/INTIMIDATION/BULLYING/MENACING
The board has set a high priority on zero tolerance for bullying behavior at all levels of this
organization. This means no tolerance for students bullying students, no tolerance for staff
bullying students, and no tolerance for staff bullying staff. The board has adopted policy
GAACB/JGECB/JDDC “Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing” to establish an
expectation district-wide. The policy states, ”Students whose behavior is found to be in
violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion.
Em ergency Safety intervention (ESI) Policy
The board of education is committed to limiting the use of Emergency Safety Interventions
(“ESI”), such as seclusion and restraint, with all students. The board of education encourages all
employees to utilize other behavioral management tools, including prevention techniques, deescalation techniques, and positive behavioral intervention strategies. The board has adopted
policy GAAF “Emergency Safety Interventions”. This policy is available on the district website at
www.usd506.org with links to the policy available on any individual school page. In addition, we
will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
The Edna activities include: volleyball, football, basketball, track, band, vocal, yearbook and
cheerleading. Parents, be advised that participating in an activity requires a serious time
commitment and that athletes are not given any extra time to complete regular classroom
academic assignments.
§
A student who misses any part of the day due to illness/unexcused
absences will not be eligible to participate in that day’s activities.
73 Students may be required to sign a contract outlining expectations for participation.
Coaches/Sponsors will send practice schedules home, although they are subject to change.
Eligibility is determined by the KSHSAA and student grades. Each student must have a physical
examination after May 1 of the current school year. This physical must be on the Kansas State
High School Activities Association form, signed by a physician, parent, and student. This
document must be on file with our school before a student will be allowed to practice.
All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students whether or not participating in athletic, cheerleading, or band
activities are required to maintain acceptable grades. Any student receiving two “D’s” or one
“F” will be restricted from participation. In order to participate the student will be expected to
attend our mandatory study hall for one week, until he/she has raised his/her grades to no “F’s”
or only one “D”. Grade checks will be done weekly. During this time a student will not take part
in extra curricular activities.
Parents must sign the parent release form before taking their child from a school-sponsored
event. The team manager and/or coach will have the form with him/her.
•
USD 506 does not carry health insurance on students.
BARTLETT BRAVES ATHLETICS
VOLLEYBALL
9-4
9-8
9-11
9-15
9-22
9-29
10-6
10-8
10-15
Triangular @ Bartlett
Bartlett vs. MVW @ BGS
Bartlett @ Coffeyville (Triangular)
Bartlett vs. Edna @ Edna
Bartlett vs. Thayer @ Thayer
Bartlett vs. MVY @ BGS
Bartlett vs. Altamont @ AGS
B-Team Tournament @ AGS/LCHS
District Tournament @ LCHS
4:00
4:00
3:30
5:00
4:00
4:00
4:00
1:30
2:00
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
9-11
9-18
9-25
10-2
10-9
10-16
10-23
Indy – Home 7th @ 5:00, 8th @ 6:30 p.m.
Iola – There
Same
Parsons – Home
Same
Pittsburg - There
Same
Coffeyville – Home
Same
Fort Scott – There
Same
Chanute – Home
Same
FOOTBALL
74 BASKETBALL
11-20
12-1
12-2
12-8
12-9
12-15
12-18
1-8
1-12
1-13
1-15
1-19
1-22
1-26
1-29
2-2
2-5
2-7
Bartlett @ Edna
Chetopa @ Bartlett
Meadow View @ Bartlett
Bartlett @ Oswego
Bartlett vs. Pitts. (Girls) @ AGS
Altamont @ Bartlett
Bartlett @ MVY
Bartlett @ Meadow View
Open
Bartlett @ Pittsburg (Boys)
Bartlett @ Thayer
Bartlett @ Altamont
Edna @ Bartlett
Mound Valley @ Bartlett
District Tournament
District Tournament
District Tournament
District Tournament
4:00
4:00
4:00
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5:30
4:00
4:00
4:00
pm
p.m.
p.m.
5:30
5:00
4:00
4:00
1:00
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
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Schedule is subject to change!
75 2014-2015
C.A.T.S.
(Competent, Achieving, Talented, Students)
220 West Myrtle
Edna, KS 67342
Phone: 620-922-7210
Fax: 620-922-3417
E-mail: [email protected]
76 Labette County USD 506
Where Excellence and Education Meet
1
Edna School Staff
Mr. Tim Traxson, Principal
Mrs. Karen Smith, Secretary
Pre-School: Kayleigh Bowers
Kindergarten: Shelly Warren
1st Grade:
Renae Spears Green
2nd Grade: Sarah Allison
3rd Grade: Spence Allison
4th Grade: Teresa Westervelt
5th Grade: Therese Foster
6th Grade: Matt Shields
7th Grade: Deena Carrico
8th Grade: Angela Voelzke
P E:
Richard Pierce
Vocal:
Cindy Rucker
Inclusion:
Para
Para
Para
Para
Judy Taylor
Brenda Cooper
Debra Smith
Bobbie Jo Waugh
Shelby Joplin
Title I Math: Kim Smith
Title I Reading: Michelle Traxson
Para:
Missy Buchanan
Para:
Samantha Barney
Para:
Roxi Vail
Band:
Rhonda Harrison
Counselor:
Mona Garrett
Nicole Dean
Nurse:
Health Dept.
Cooks:
Debbie Cooper
Sherry Gofourth
Custodian:
Bernie Johnston
Merry Barley
Bus Drivers: Debra Smith
Barbara Black
Kenton Thompson
Gifted
Lynn LaTurner
Principal’s Message
Dear Parents and Students:
Welcome to Edna Elementary School, Hom e of the W ildcats! The 2014-2015
school year promises to be one of the most exciting, challenging and rewarding years
of your life. The years that you spend at EGS will provide you with the tools that upon
graduation will allow you to move to the next phase of your lives, confident in your
abilities and your educational experiences.
We have an outstanding group of teachers and support staff that is here to
assure that you have every opportunity to excel in all academic areas and achieve the
success that you desire.
I encourage both you and your parents to stay actively involved in your
educational career at Edna Elementary School and beyond. Good Luck, and have a
great year as a Wildcat .
Sincerely,
77 Mr. Tim Traxson
Principal
Edna Elementary School Handbook
Notice of Non-­‐Discrimination The school district of Labette County USD 506 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries or complaints regarding the nondiscrimination policies, including requests for accommodations or access to District buildings and programs. Complaints in regard to Discrimination Discrimination against any student or employee on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or religion in the admission or access to or treatment in the districts programs or activities is prohibited. The Superintendent of Schools, PO Box 189, Altamont, Kansas 67330-­‐0188, 620-­‐784-­‐5326, has been designated to coordinate compliance with nondiscrimination requirements contained in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Superintendent of Schools, 401 S High School Street, PO Box 189, Altamont, KS 67330, 620-­‐784-­‐5326, 620-­‐724-­‐6280 (telecommunications device for the deaf), 620-­‐328-­‐3121 (speech impaired), [email protected] Mission Statem ent
The mission of Edna Elementary School is to motivate and create responsible, life-long learners
with skills to compete in a global society.
OUR BELIEFS
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treat all people with respect.
do quality work.
protect our learning environment from interruption.
assume responsibility for the proper care of our building and its contents.
SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
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8)
9)
4)
5)
Be in assigned seats ready to work when class begins
Have paper, pencils, books, and completed assignments every day
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
Follow the directions of individuals in authority.
PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF OUR SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS
Phase I:
Phase II:
Phase III:
Phase IV:
The adult in authority will address concerns with those who do not meet
expectations.
The adult in authority will contact parents when expectations are not met during
phase I.
A conference with the principal, the adult in authority, and the student will be
scheduled when expectations are not met during phase II.
A conference with the parent(s), principal, staff member and student will be
scheduled when expectations are not met under phase III.
78 Phase V:
The principal will take the necessary action deemed appropriate to resolve noncompliance with expectations
Plans of action will be implemented at each phase.
SEVERE CLAUSE: Serious violations and offenses will be dealt with accordingly.
Fighting, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Property Damage, etc. will be dealt with
immediately by the school principal.
Vision Statem ent
Edna Elementary School will support students as 21st century learners by providing
opportunities to become innovative thinkers. ENROLLMENT
Children entering Kindergarten are required by law to be at least five years old on or before
August 31 for the school year in which they are enrolling. A Kindergarten Clinic is held each
spring to do a pre-assessment and a preliminary enrollment. Parents must bring the child’s
Social Security numbers, birth certificates, and immunization records in order to complete the
enrollment.
Students transferring to USD 506 elementary schools should bring proof of residence and a
valid birth certificate. Fees should be paid at the time of enrollment.
OUT OF DISTRICT AND OUT OF ATTENDANCE CENTER APPLICATIONS
Students who do not live in the Edna Elementary School attendance center area may apply for
out of district or out of attendance center status. Applications are available in the office and
must be made yearly. Acceptance is based, primarily upon the size of the class where
application is made. The school principal will conduct a background check on new students
applying in first through eighth grades. The school principal will recommend only students in
good standing regarding academics, attendance, and behavior for approval by the
Superintendent of Schools. Out of attendance center students and out of district students who
have older siblings already in attendance at Edna will be accorded priority status over new out
of district applications.
ARRIVAL AT SCHOOL
Prompt arrival at school is expected for all students. Students may enter the building at 7:40
a.m. Those students eating breakfast go through the breakfast line. Those students not eating
breakfast go directly to where the sit in the gym. Students will be marked tardy beginning at
8:00 a.m.
TARDINESS
Students arriving late or leaving early must check in and out with the office. There is a sign
in/out sheet in the office for parents to sign for children entering school late or leaving early. If
you are unable to come sign your child in, then please send a note with your child. Any student
missing up to an hour, at any time during the school day, is considered tardy. Student missing
79 an hour or more, during the school day, will be considered absent. Three unexcused tardies
will be converted and recorded as one unexcused absence.
ATTENDANCE
Regular attendance is extremely important to the educational development of our students. We
believe that the major responsibility for regular attendance lies with the parents and the
student.
When a student is absent, a parent or guardian must call the school within 24 hours of the
absence. If a telephone is not available, the school will accept a signed note from the parent or
guardian when the student returns to school. If a telephone call or note is not received from
the parent or guardian within 24 hours, the absence will be recorded as unexcused.
Excused Absences: The principal shall determine whether an absence is excused or
unexcused. Absences for the following reasons will be administratively approved:
9) Illness with a parent’s verification
10)School sponsored activities
11)Weather conditions so severe that it is impossible for the student to attend
12)Prior approved absences between the principal and parents for funerals and family
business.
Unexcused Absences: All absences that do not fall in the categories of the excused absences
listed above shall be unexcused. In addition, leaving school when school is in session without the
principal’s permission shall be deemed an unexcused absence. This will include the mandatory
study hall time.
* Truancy: Truancy is defined as any three consecutive unexcused absences, any five
unexcused absences in a semester or seven unexcused absences in a school year, whichever
comes first.
DAILY SCHEDULE
7:35 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
11:40 a.m.
3:05 p.m.
3:10 p.m.
3:15 p.m.
3:20 - 4:20
Doors Opened/Students report to gym/Breakfast begins
Breakfast completed/Dismissal to class
Begin Lunch K-4
Begin lunch 5-8
Clean-up and prepare for dismissal
Bus students dismissed
Town students dismissed
Tutoring and After School Study Hall
80 GRADING SCALE
The following is the grade scale used by all teachers in our school for grades K-8:
100
99-93
92-90
89-88
87-83
82-80
79-78
77-73
72-72
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A+
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
C-
69-68
67-63
62-60
59 >
D+
D
DF
Teachers will notify students when assignments
are due. Our teachers will grade the work
submitted, even if the assignment is
incomplete.
A mandatory study hall (8 th hour) will be required for any 3rd –8th grader who
drops his/her grade to two “D’s” or one “F” after school from 3:20- 4:20 pm.
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PROMOTION, RETENTION, AND FAILURE TO MEET REQUIREMENTS
The final decision to promote or retain a student shall rest with the principal after receiving
information from parents/guardians, teachers and other appropriate school personnel.
LEARNING TRIPS
Parents will be informed of all learning trips in advance of the trip. Students must have a signed
permission slip to attend. Program and parade practices at LCHS are listed in the school and/or
district calendars. Permission slips are not required for these events.
IMPORTANT - Any student who does not have assignments completed and turned
in on time, will not be allowed to go on any school field trip unless the field trip
has been assigned a grade for a course.
HOMEW ORK
All students are expected to complete assignments on time. Students are responsible for being
prepared to work when they come to class. Preparation includes all materials that are needed to
successfully do their assignments.
Homework is typically school assignments that were not completed during class time during the
school day. Students are expected to have assignments completed and submitted to the
teacher on time.
In the event of an absence from school, it is the responsibility of the student to get the missed
assignments from his teacher or a responsible classmate. We allow one day per day of absence
plus one additional day to complete missed assignments. You may telephone the office to make
arrangements for getting assignments on the day of your child’s absence.
SIT
Student Improvement Team is a group of teachers, the building principal, and individual
students’ parents that meet on a regular basis to explore strategies and interventions to help
students that are having difficulty learning or following school rules and expectations. Referral
to SIT can be made by teachers and/or parents.
81 DRESS CODE
Each student should make a habit to look his/her best at all times. The student should strive to
feel the best he/she can by practicing cleanliness and attractive grooming. A student’s
appearance should not disrupt the normal proceedings of the school, nor interfere with the
health, safety, or welfare of any individual. “Heelies” (skate/shoes) are not allowed. Apparel
and clothing containing printed or visual messages inappropriate in a school setting will not be
worn. Hats, bandanas or caps will not be worn in the building. Cutoffs, beach apparel, bicycle
shorts, see-through clothing, bare midriffs, or tank tops and spaghetti strap blouses are
unacceptable. All waistbands of shorts, pants, or skirts will be worn at the waistline or above.
Dresses and shorts will be mid-thigh length or longer. Any manner of dress or hairstyle that the
principal deems to be detrimental to the learning process will not be allowed. The principal shall
act as “arbiter of good taste” in referrals from staff members on questions of improper attire.
STUDENT PERSONAL BELONGINGS
Each student’s personal possessions, including workbooks, school supplies, articles of clothing,
toys, athletic equipment, and other personal possessions should be plainly marked with the
child’s name. Any personal electronic device such as (C.D. player, I-Pod, MP3 player, and any
other electronic devises are not to be turned on during any part of the school day (this includes
anytime you are riding the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff. The school will
not be held responsible for any broken, lost, or stolen articles that the child
brings from home. The taking of pictures with any personal electronic devices is not allowed
as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
BUS INFORM ATION
Our bus drivers receive extensive training at the district bus garage before they are
employed to drive a USD 506 bus. All of our bus drivers hold a CDL driver’s license, attend
monthly safety meetings, and keep current certification in first aid and defensive driving. We
conduct two bus evacuation drills with all of our students each school year.
The bus your child rides will seldom change during their years of attendance in our school.
You will be contacted in advance if alterations to established routes need to be made. Please
notify your bus driver if your child will not be riding the bus on a given day. If space allows,
your child may ride home with another student if both students have a note from their parents
indicating that they have parental permission to do so.
The pick-up and delivery times will seldom vary from day to day, therefore, students need
to be waiting at their stop each day before the bus arrives. Animals, insects, fowls, etc. may
not be transported on the bus. Glass containers such as bottles and jars, balloons, sticks or any
object that may be unsafe or create a driving hazard are not permitted on the bus. Gum, food
and drink may not be consumed on the bus except at the discretion of school staff.
We will not alter our bus routes to accommodate out of attendance center or out of
district students. Those students will need to meet the bus on the established route.
The following are our expectations while riding the bus:
• Sit properly (feet on floor, facing forward).
• Keep voices at a conversational level.
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Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
No swearing, cruel teasing, rude gestures or put-downs.
Follow the directions of the bus driver.
For violating these expectations:
The school bus is an extension of the school day. The principal will take the necessary action
deemed appropriate to resolve non-compliance with expectations. Serious violations and
offenses will be dealt with accordingly. Fighting, Sexual Harassment, Bullying, Property
Damage, etc. will be dealt with immediately by the school principal.
Bus Number
# 12
# 41
# 17
#
Driver
Barbara Black
Debra Smith
Kenton Thompson
Denise Mahan
Phone
870-1189
922-3844
328-2586
784-5452
TELEPHONE CALLS/Cell Phones
Students will be allowed to use the telephone only in the event of an emergency. Cell Phones
are not to be turned on during any part of the school day (this includes anytime you are riding
the bus), except at the discretion of the school staff. Cell phones that are out during the
school day will be considered a nuisance and will be confiscated. The taking of pictures is not
allowed as per the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
LUNCH & BREAKFAST
USD 506 elementary schools are committed to providing students with a nutritious, enjoyable
hot meal. Those parents desiring to do so may apply for free or reduced breakfasts and
lunches. Applications are available at enrollment or anytime during the year in the school office.
If students choose to bring sack lunches, they are welcome to do so. There will
not be facilities provided for sack lunches to be kept cool at school. They may
purchase milk if they desire. All students must either bring a sack lunch or eat a
school lunch. No student will be allowed to skip lunch .
Parents/Guardians are welcome to come eat with your child for special occasions.
You may have siblings sit with you but not other children.
All students will follow the lunchroom rules to ensure a safe and orderly
environment.
• Unruly behavior, such as excessive talking, horseplay, throwing food, etc.
will not be allowed.
• Students will not be allowed to trade food.
• Students must obey the lunchroom supervisors— failure to do so will result
in a loss of privileges.
83 MEDICATIONS
In accordance with Kansas State Law, parents may come to school to administer medication or
must have a written document with specific directions for the medication’s use. This form is
available in the office. All medication must be in its original container or it cannot be
dispensed. First doses of all medication will not be given at school. Herbal medications will
not be administered at school. All medication will be kept in the office.
Immunizations must be up-to-date and proof of all immunizations should be provided to the
school. Kansas Law currently requires Hepatitis B and Varicella (chicken pox) vaccinations.
Providing a date of chicken pox disease is also acceptable.
§
Physicals are required for all kindergarteners, and any child 9 and under, entering a
Kansas school for the first time.
§
In compliance with Kansas Statute 72-5209, each student who is 11 years of age on or
before September 1, 2009 will need a Tdap booster prior to the start of the school year
in order to attend classes.
HAZING/HARASSMENT/INTIMIDATION/BULLYING/MENACING
The board has set a high priority on zero tolerance for bullying behavior at all levels of this
organization. This means no tolerance for students bullying students, no tolerance for staff
bullying students, and no tolerance for staff bullying staff. The board has adopted policy
GAACB/JGECB/JDDC “Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing” to establish an
expectation district-wide. The policy states, ”Students whose behavior is found to be in
violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion.
Em ergency Safety intervention (ESI) Policy
The board of education is committed to limiting the use of Emergency Safety Interventions
(“ESI”), such as seclusion and restraint, with all students. The board of education encourages all
employees to utilize other behavioral management tools, including prevention techniques, deescalation techniques, and positive behavioral intervention strategies. The board has adopted
policy GAAF “Emergency Safety Interventions”. This policy is available on the district website at
www.usd506.org with links to the policy available on any individual school page. In addition, we
will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
The Edna activities include: volleyball, football, basketball, track, band, vocal, yearbook and
cheerleading. Parents, be advised that participating in an activity requires a serious time
commitment and that athletes are not given any extra time to complete regular classroom
academic assignments.
§
A student who misses any part of the day due to illness/unexcused
absences will not be eligible to participate in that day’s activities.
84 Students may be required to sign a contract outlining expectations for participation.
Coaches/Sponsors will send practice schedules home, although they are subject to change.
Eligibility is determined by the KSHSAA and student grades. Each student must have a physical
examination after May 1 of the current school year. This physical must be on the Kansas State
High School Activities Association form, signed by a physician, parent, and student. This
document must be on file with our school before a student will be allowed to practice.
All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students whether or not participating in athletic, cheerleading, or band
activities are required to maintain acceptable grades. Any student receiving two “D’s” or one
“F” will be restricted from participation. In order to participate the student will be expected to
attend our mandatory study hall for one week, until he/she has raised his/her grades to no “F’s”
or only one “D”. Grade checks will be done weekly. During this time a student will not take part
in extra curricular activities.
Parents must sign the parent release form before taking their child from a school-sponsored
event. The team manager and/or coach will have the form with him/her.
•
USD 506 does not carry health insurance on students.
EDNA W ILDCATS ATHLETICS
VOLLEYBALL
9-11
9-13
9-15
9-22
9-29
10-6
10-8
10-14
10-15
Triangular @ Edna
4:00 p.m.
AGS Tournament @ LCHS
9:00 a.m.
Edna vs. Bartlett @ Edna
5:00 p.m.
Edna vs. Mound Valley @ Edna
5:00p.m.
Edna vs. Altamont @ AGS
5:00 p.m.
Edna @ Meadow View, Oswego Trian. 5:00 p.m.
B-Team Tournament @ AGS/LCHS
1:30 p.m.
Edna vs. St. Pats @ Edna
5:00 p.m.
District Tournament @ LCHS
2:00 p.m.
FOOTBALL
9-11
9-18
9-25
10-2
10-9
10-16
10-23
Indy – Home 7th @ 5:00, 8th @ 6:30 p.m.
Iola – There
Same
Parsons – Home
Same
Pittsburg - There
Same
Coffeyville – Home
Same
Fort Scott – There
Same
Chanute – Home
Same
85 BASKETBALL
11-20
11-22
11-24
12-11
12-15
12-18
1-8
1-12
1-15
1-19
1-22
1-26
1-29
2-2
2-5
2-7
Edna vs. Bartlett @ Edna
Tournament @ Sedan (A-Team)
Edna vs. St. Pats @ St. Pats
Edna vs. Mound Valley @ Edna
Edna vs. Meadow View @ MVW
Edna vs. Altamont @ AGS
Edna vs. Thayer @ Thayer
Edna vs. Chetopa @ Edna
Edna vs. Mound Valley @ MVY
Edna vs. Meadow View @ Edna
Edna vs. Bartlett @ Bartlett
Edna vs. Altamont @ Edna
District Tournament
District Tournament
District Tournament
District Tournament
4:00
9:00
4:00
4:00
4:00
4:00
5:00
4:00
4:00
4:00
4:00
1:00
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TBA
TBA
TBA
p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
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p.m.
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Schedule is subject to change!
86 Changes to 2014-­‐15 LCHS Student Handbook 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Page 5 LCC Online and Dual Credit Policy (New) Page 10-­‐ Career and Technical Education Certification (New) Page 17-­‐ Grizzly Time (New) Page 17-­‐ Academic Opportunity (New) Page 27-­‐ Drug Free Schools and Community Act (Revision) Page 36-­‐ Attendance for eligibility of school sponsored activities (Revision) Page 37-­‐ Athletic and Activities Drug and Alcohol Free Policy (Revision) Page 40-­‐ School Dances, Breath test (Revision) Page 42-­‐ Drug Testing Policy (Revision) Deleted Activity Contract a. Grizzly Time has eliminated the need for this policy 11. Deleted “F” list a. Grizzly Time and Academic Opportunity has eliminated the need for this policy. Note: The Drug and Alcohol Policy, the Athletic and Activities Drug Free Policy and the School Dance Breath test policy were reviewed by: •
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LCHS Site Council Community Members Coaches and Faculty Members. Administration The goal of updating these policies are twofold, including: •
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A more consistent disciplinary action across the board. Provide a significant level of Mental Health Services, for those students who choose. Marty Anderson
Principal, LCHS
87 Executive Session
School board business is public business and all official board action should be
taken in open session. Executive sessions may sometimes be needed, however,
to discuss matters prior to board action. By statute (K.S.A. 75-4319) no subjects
shall be discussed at any closed or executive session, except the following:
Ø Personnel matters of nonelected personnel.
Ø To discuss matters affecting a student(s).
Ø To discuss confidential financial data or trade secrets of a business.
Ø Consultation with an attorney for the board, which would be deemed,
privileged in the attorney-client relationship.
Ø To discuss negotiations.
Ø To have preliminary discussions about the acquisition of real property.
Ø To discuss matters relating to the security of the board or the school.
I move that the board go into executive session for the purpose of discussing
personnel matters for non-elected personnel; and that the board return to the open
meeting at ___________o’clock in this room. The executive session is required to protect
the privacy interests of an identifiable individual.
I move that the board go into executive session for the purpose of discussing
negotiations; and that the board return to the open meeting at ___________o’clock in
this room.
88 USD 506 – Labette County
June bills and financial reports
Total Bills: 421,493.67
Presented June 9, 2014 for Board Approval
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096 51355 060314 69976 0
096 61060 060314 69976 0
096 61060 060314 69976 0
096 61060 060314 69976 0
099 91005 060314 69976 0
099 91005 060314 69976 0
099 91005 060314 69976 0
07r4I4-0I 096 61060
141873-01 006
141873-02 006
141873-03 006
141873-04 006
52800 060314
528i0 060314
61060 060314
17050 060314
15150
15830
15830
i5830
PLAN
UTILITIES 68317187
UTILITIES 679608590
357.48 PF 3873YEK6-S-1413
1842YEK6S3
809.22
809.22 PF
ACCT 483021045-0000
89.18
Muìtiples
89.18 PF Muìtìpìes
12.88
24.47
12.88 PF MAY 08
24.47 PF 060514
27 .99
27
ACCT 386406440-0000
060514
K ROUNDUP DICE
K ROUNDUP ZIPLOC
390.03
164.48
390.03
PF
060514
MACBK PRO REPLACEME
164.48
PF 060514
TRAVEL PROJECTOR
6.49
6.49
9.97
5.39
PF 060514
SAI4SUNG BATTERY
9.97
5 .39
2086
0
0
2r9.99
2r9
0
11.70
11
0
3225.00
72r
444L99
O T744 APPLE
69977 0
4.99
4.99
4.99
4.99
4.99
69977 0
14894.00
69977 0
1099.00
COÍ'IPUTER INC.
69977 0
16017 95
060314 69978 O 0062 CITY OF
060314 69978 0
060314 69978 0
060314 69978 0
SDC MEAL REIMBURSEM
PF
46.52
3615.00
715.48
0
14
.99
11
060314 69976 0
Total for Ck.#
2
UTILITIES 683187480
357 .48
11.10
0500i4-02 09I 52760 060314 69977 0
050014-03 09r 52770 060314 69977 0
091
091
096
006
Muìtìples
PF Muìtlples
PF l4uìtiples
PF
69974
013214-01 006 17750 060314 69976
141513-01 034 44070 060314 69976
141659-01 096 61453 060314 69976
141659-02 006 13500 060314 69976
318144-05 091 52810 060314 69976
Total for Ck.# 69976
050014,01 097 52750 060314 69977
050014-04
050014-05
073614-01
073814-01
pF 62042118572749 ACCT 620 421-1857
47.28
69972
141830-01 006 12560 053014 69973 O 3888 UNITED TELEPHONE CO OF KS-s
141841-01 006 t2620 053014 69974 O 6926 VERIZON ì¡JIRELESS
I4I84I-02 006 12620 053014 69974 0
Total for Ck.#
617.33
13.86
13.86
13.56
46
7t5
10
52
57
48
99
70
81
PF
060514
VIEt^i STC
LiT
PF
060514
VIEl4i STC
LIT
PF
060514
VIEI¡l STC LIT
PF
060514
PROJECTOR BULB
PP
060514
3D
PF 060514
RE
PRINTER LAPTOP
HEALTH SC]ENCE CLAS
PF
060514
1ST BASEMAN'S GLOVE
PF
060514
E/C PO 140510,
PF
060s14
TITLE SUPPLIES
4 99 PF 040314
4 99 PF 040314
4 99 PF 040314
4 99 PF 040314
4 99 PF 040314
14894 00
BA
PF l"lu I
tì
pì es
1099 00 PF 4281998324
PALA
TITLE 1 SUPPLIE
TITLE 1 SUPPLIE
EGS TITLE 1 VERSAMA
MVAL TITLE 1 VERSAI4
MV]Et¡l TITLE 1 VERSA
AGS
BGS
TECH SUPPLIES
AGS
YEARBOOK
69977
EDNA
23s.00
100.00
100.00
32 .00
235.00 PF ACCI 225
WATER SERV]CE @ EDN
1OO.OO PF ACCI 225
SEhJER SERVICE
100.00 PF AccI 225
32.00 PF ACCI 225
GARBAGE SERVICE @ E
G
EDN
GARBAGE SERVICE @ E
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DATE 06/05/14
STATUS
-
Punchase
O-
FND
I"IAPP2
LIST OF
Date Check Sts Vendor
Paid
Order #
Total for Ck.#
No.
No.
69978
69983
096 51355 060314 69985
091 52810 060314 69986
091. 52750 060314 69986
09r 52760 060314 69986
09t 52770 060314 69986
103014-04 091 52800 060314 69986
103014-05 091 52810 060314 69986
Total for Ck.#
141825-01 034 44000 060314 69987
69988
69989
69990
6999i
69992
69993
0037 COOPER CHRISTINA
4735 COOPER SNACKS
1115,00
32 .50
226.r8
.9r
414.00
Descri pt i on
PF
635032
GOLF POTOS AND JACK
32 .50 PF 05222014
226.I8
57 .9r
REFUND SILVER D.C.
PF 51 16
SNACKS
PF 053014
MI LEAGE
57
41 .25
47 .25 PF Muì t1 pl es
24.15
24.75
PF Rr 05140354
4.50
4.50
PF RI 05140355
0
0
EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO ]NC
3978 ERNESTOS
94.80
172.00
- BU
CYLINDER LEASE - AU
CLYINDER LEASE
l^JE
CYLINDER LEASE
34.09
3087 ETA
0
0
0
0
0
94.80 PF 54005400626
34
240.25
240.25
240.25
PF 71291
335 03 PF 77291
335 03 PF 71291
335 03 PF 71291
240.25
240.26
335
04 PF 7T291
181
20
6526 FINNEY
COMPANY
181 .20
GOINS
JANELLE
20.00
5967
0 3425
0 5493
0 0338
0 0384
0 0169
GREENBUSH
KASTLER CHRIS
KASTLER PAULA
KK OFFICE SOLUTION
240
632
800
309
65
KSHSM
00
TITLE I HANDS O
TITLE I HANDS O
EGS TITLE I HANDS O
MVAL TITLE I HANDS
MVIEI^J TITLE I HANDS
AGS
BGS
335 03 PF 7I29I
00
800 OO PF 051814
00
309 OO
7I
256
346.26
346 26
69993 0
65. 00
69993 0
65.00
208.95
69993 0
65.00
161.19
69993 0
179. 10
65.00
640.00
1830.00
69993
4r87
096 51360 060314 69996 0
099 91005 060314 69997 0
096 61060 060314 69998 0
026 30050 060314 69999 0
4222rr-0r 024 27900 060314 70000 0
063814-01 087 87714 060314 70001 0
063814-02 087 87712 060314 70001 0
70001
ADMIN I4ILEAGE 2ND
HON METAL BOOKCASE
PF
PF
tì
pì es
MEMBERSHIP ENROLLI"IE
Multipìes
CATASTROPHIC INSURA
tì pì es
lvlul ti pl es
l4uì tì pl es
14-15
14.15
14-15
Mu1
PF Muì
65 OO PF
65 OO PF
INSURANCE
DUES
DUES
208 95
PF
Muìtìpìes
14_15
INSURANCE
65 OO
PF
Multiples
14-15
DUES
i4-15
INSURANCE
161 19
r79 10
PF Muì
PF Mul
65 OO PF
640 OO
2070 OO
PF
tì pl es
ti pì es
t 1pl es
2014 CHEER
KSHSAA DUES
MV KSHSAA DUES
l,4uì
CONF SUM|4ER CHEER CONFER
PF CCC CHIER 05291
2014
SUMMER CHEER C
0196 I{CCARTY OFFICE I,IACH]NES
0280 PIEADOW VIEI¡J
PTO
9719 NETCHEMIA, LLC
9503 NORTHROCK SUITES
2131 PEOPLES GAYLE
0082 POLLARD GEORGIA
247 .50
247 50 PF 1284158
800.00
800 00 PF 052814
9865 .00
93.00
9865 00
93 00
PF 5915556 - 0
PF
5691 .00
5691 00 PF
222.57
108.00
222 57 PF
1
.68
25.59
51000
r
Muìtìples
108 00 PF 052214
tl
l'4uì ti
¿5 59 PF
FAST TEAM MEI4BER ST
BOARD OFFICE COPIER
MVIE|¡J STC
NV00000800
1 68 PF l4uì
AMBULANCE SERVICE F
L]T
SUPPL
TALENTED PERFORM AN
ADVISOR ROOI4S FOR S
LAUNDRY- I4D VALLEY
pl es
FAST
pì es
FAST
27 27
0
S
FAST TEAI4 I4EMBER ST
2I
141857-01 096 61421 060314 69994 0 2706 LABITTE HEALTH
106014-01 087 87740 060314 69995 0 0333 LUDWIG KYLIE
069114-01
054314-01
123014-01
141451-01
PF 053014
65 OO PF
256 7t
69993 0
AGS FAST SUPPLIES
CLOSE RIADING WORKS
632
00
POWERTOOL SAFETY AN
N
70 OO PF 91197
50
69993 0
69993 0
PF 0104771 - I
20 OO PF 04082014
50
HALF GALLONS SALS
I'4AGAZINE FILE
09
1709 .E
0
0
FOOD SUPPLIES
6
r72.00 PF 901337
69993 0
422212-0r 099 9rr02 060314 70002
70201
Typ
0090 DENISON INC.
69993 0
Total for Ck.#
Pajd
9632 DEAN N]COLE
141828-01 096 61435 060314 69993 0
141868-01 096 61435 060314 69993 0
Total for Ck.#
Amount Pay Invoice
-
76 50
69986
063714-01 087 877).8 060314
026914-01 091 52500 060314
422220-0r 006 13540 060314
4222t5-01 087 87790 060314
157014-01 006 13600 060314
091014-01 006 16450 060314
091014-02 006 16450 060314
107014-0i 006 i6450 060314
107014-02 006 16450 060314
120014-01 006 16450 060314
1200\4-02 006 16450 060314
121014-01 006 16450 060314
r2I0I4-02 006 16450 060314
141014-01 006 16450 060314
r4r0t4-02 006 16450 060314
0rder
Amount
Name
6063 CLASSIC SPORTSWEAR
141862-0I 024 27950 060314 69984 0 9955
141856-01
028914-01
103014-01
103014-02
103014-03
NUI4BERS 69945
467 00
141443-01 096 61453 060314 69979 0
093014-01 006 17050 060314 69980 0
141860-01 006 13800 060314 69981 0
42?222-01 006 13540 060314 69982 0
t40172-12 034 43650 060314 69983 0
140173-12 096 61140 060314 69983 0
r40r74-12 034 43900 060314 69983 0
Total for" Ck.#
2
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO1O1 LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R-
SACCT
PAGE
WARRANTS
0264 RHODES
JOYCE
r57 .32
757.32 PF 052014
LIBRARY BKS LABELS
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DATE 06/05/14
STATUS OPurchase
FND
LIST OF
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendor
Paìd No.
No Name
for Ck.#
141863-01 024 27950
r290r4-0l 087 87820
092014-01 006 17050
422169-01 006 1/000
141168-01 034 43700
0rder
Tota l
for Ck.#
70003 O 6722 SAVE-A-LOT
70004 O 0385 SHULL
for Ck.#
141887-01
141892-01
141892-02
141892-03
llLIT
PF
538.67 PF 8657943
52.77 PF 208112428317
24.18
70005 O 3566 SI"IITH KII'IBERLY
70006 O 0383 SNIDER
70007 O 1101
U.S.
CARTY
A!'IARDS
JENNY
Muì
tl
pl es
Descrì
ptì
70204
on
SNACKS
REIMB OF STC SUPPL]
RE]MB OF MD VIEW ST
24 18 PF
l"1uì
tì
pì es
FOOD SUPPL]ES
800 00 PF 051614
FAST TEAM I4II'lBER ST
32 50 PF 052214
REFUND SILVER DC AD
120 00
PF
155 16 PF
0424I4
TRACK MEETS
r NV38341
CHENILLE TETTERS
220 00 PF 90341
REII4B OF STC SUPPLI
C.O.
1929 15
70009 0
54. 10
1929.15
1484.64
70009 0
1647 .20
1.647 20 PF
70009 0
27L0.68
784.52
8026.86
27r0 68
784 52
PF
9017I7720I
M VALLEY COPY
8026 86
PF
9OI7II72OI
LC COPY
2515.00
2515.00 PF Multlples
I4AY I4AINTENANCE SUP
3I4I.I7
3141.17
PF
LIT
447 .53
447.53
PF
NUPA SUPPLIES
500 00
30 . 91 PP l"1ultì pì es
302.05 PF Muìtìpìes
70009 0
70009 0
70009
54 10 PF 9OI7II72OI
I484
COPY PAPER
9OI7II72OT
AGS COPY PAPER
64 PF 9OI7II72OI
BGS COPY PAPER
PF
901711720r
PF 9OI7TT72OI
EGS COPY PAPER
M VIEl^j COPY
PAPER
PAPER
PAPER
16637 . 15
70011
SUSAN
SUPPL]ES
3588. 70
141628-01 034 43500 060314 70012 O 1707 ALTAI"IONT BU]LDER S SUPPLY LLC
141918-01 096 61140 060314 70012 0
Total for" Ck.#
I7I.I7
538.67
800.00
32.50
120.00
170.00
220.00
AI"IBER
141889-01 096 61140 060314 70010 O 416/ ACE HARDWARE
422230-01 099 91405 060314 70011 O 1501 ALLISON MARTHA
422230-02 099 91443 0603i4 70011 0
Tota l
Typ
-
919.93
42222t-01 099 91305 060314 70008 O 0265 l¡lINTERS
141689-02 006 12450 060314 70009 O 5655 XPEDX
14i689-03 006 13550 060314 70009 0
141689-04 006 13600 060314
141689-05 006 13650 060314
141689-06 006 13700 060314
141689-0/ 006 13750 060314
141689-08 006 14280 060314
Amount Pay Invoìce
Paid
52.77
70002
060314
060314
060314
060314
060314
NUMBERS 69945
Amount
422213-01 099 91102 060314 70002 0
422223-01 099 91102 060314 70002 0
422224-01 099 91103 060314 70002 0
Total
3
UNIFIED SCHOOL D]STR]CT #506
BANK OOl01 LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R-
Onder #
PAGE
WARRANTS
302 05
STUDENT PROJECT SUP
MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE
332.96
70012
096 61140 060314 70013 O
68i1
ALTAMONT GROCERY
096 61140 060314 70014 O 4682 AI,IERICAN ELECTRIC
1
COMPANY
.39
200.40
1
.39
PF 14M4Y2014
tì
DISTILLED
WATER
pì es
OCTRON LAMPS
l"luìtipìes
OCTRON LAMPS
tì
Muì tì
pì es
MOG HPS LAI,IPS
pì es
OCTRON LAI4PS, BALLA
200.40
100.20
PF l,4ul
33. 00
PF l,1ul
PF
096 61140 0603i4 70014 0
i00.20
096 61140 060314 70014 0
33.00
305.40
272.00
76.39
305.40
272.00
76.39
550.20
550 .20 PF l,4u1t1 pì es
TROFFERS, OCTRON LA
L74 00
QUICK
r4t892-04 096 61140 060314 70014
0
141892-05 096 61140 060314 70014 0
141892-06 096 61140 060314 70014 0
).41892-07 096 6i140 060314 /0014 0
Tota I
for Ck.#
Total
for Ck.#
PF Mul
t1 pl es
PF Muì
ti
pì es
4OOt,l PULSE LAI"IPS
I'4ISC. ELECTRICAL
1537 .59
70014
141894-01 096 61140 0603i4 70015
141896-01 096 61140 060314 70016
141895-01 006 22650 060314 70017
141897-01 006 22700 060314 70018
141897 -02 006 22700 060314 70018
141897-03 006 22700 06031.4 70018
141897-04 006 22700 060314 70018
141897-05 006 22700 060314 70018
PF
O 9907 ARLAN
COI"IPANY INC
O OO24 BARTLETT CO-OP
O 0661 BARTLITT CO-OP ASSOCIATION
O 0026 BAUGHER EQUIPMENT INC.
17 4
.00
10.90
27n.06
560
0
o
aE
0
32
40
0
I22
IO
0
11
00
179.85
141888-01 096 6i140 060314 70019 O 9829 C]NTAS CORPORATION #459
141888-02 096 51365 060314 70019 0
141888-03 096 51365 060314 70019 0
141888-04 096 51365 0603i4 70019 0
PF 6115
10 90 PF 266249
27II
06 PF 166446
PF
f"]Ot¡lER PARTS
l'lultìpìes
MOI¡IER PARTS
tì
pì es
MOWER PARTS
tl
pì es
I4OhlER PARTS
Muìtiples
IIOhJER PARTS
ð¿ 40 PF l"1ul
r22 10
PF Muì
11 00 PF
NON CONTRACT FUEL
pl es
5 60 PF l4uì
8
ti
DRY
SPRAYER
70018
535.08
727 .90
108 .67
300.46
535.08 PF l4ultìpìes
I27.90 PF Muìtipìes
108.67 PF Multiples
300.46 PF Muìtipìes
UNIFORMS, CLEANING
UNIFORI4S. CLEANING
UNIFORMS, CLEANING
UNIFORMS, CLEANING
06105/14 11:48:08am
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DATE
l"1APP2
LIST OF
06/05/i4
STATUS OPunchase
Onder #
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendon
Paid
No.
No.
Total for Ck.# 70019
141923-01 006 15860 060314
096 61290 060314
006 15300 060314
006 14950 060314
034 45150 060314
034
r4r923-07 034
141923-08 034
141923 09 006
I4r9n ro 096
r4r923-rr
r4r923-r?
r4r923-r3
r4r923-r4
141923-15
141923-16
0rder
234.26
303.58
i609
70020 O 0060 CITY OF
006
r4r923-r9 096
141923-20 006
141924-01 034
Total
141904-01 006
141904-02 006
141904-03 006
t47904-04 006
Paid
CLTAN I NG
UTI
UTI LI TI ES
PF
PF
l"luìtipìes
70020 0
250.31
250.31
3697 .33
3697.33
560.98
147.53
44950 060314 70020 0
23100 060314 70020 0
16. 15
238.54
0
i9
0
36.
0
48.23
0
17 .36
0
236.I0
0
66.24
52.55
0
060314 70020 0
15050 060314 70020 0
61401 0603i4 70020 0
15810 060314 70020 0
44500 060314 70020 0
for" Ck # 70020
20747.79
15250 060314 /0021 O 0063 CITY OF
15850 060314 /0021 0
15250 060314 70021 0
15850 060314 70021 0
23t.32
455.24
2362.88
324.77
46.00
376.79
I'1OUND VALLEY
75 .00
16.86
75.00
PF
560.98 PF
747 .53 Pt
16. 15
238.54
36. 19
PF Mul
PF l,4uì
PF
48.23 PF
17 .36 PF
236.10 PF
66.24 PF
52.55 PF
231.32
455.24
2362.88
324.77
46.00
376.79
75.00
16.86
75 . 00
tì
Mul tì
Mul tì
PF l"lul
pì es
pì es
UTI
pì es
pì es
pì es
pì es
l4uìtìpìes
tì
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Muì tì
Mu1 tì
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ES
LITI ES
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UTI L ITI ES
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ti
tì pì es
l4uì
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pì es
pì es
pl es
UTI
UTI
LITI ES
UTILITIES
UTILITIES
PF
tl pì es
tì pl es
l"1u I tì pl es
Muì tì pì es
PF
02-3100-0
UTI
PF
Multlples
l4ultìples
ACCT#163
hJATER
ACCT#i63
WATER
PF l"luìtì pl es
SCCT#I64
WATER
ACCT#164
WATER
PF l'4uì
PF l"luì
PF
PF
PF
l"1uì
tì
pì es
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ES
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543.65
70021
141908-01 006 22700 060314
141909-01 096 61140 060314
141911-01 096 61140 060314
).4t9t2-0r 006 22800 060314
141905-01 096 61361 060314
CLEANING
I FORI4S
PF
45050 060314 70020 0
45000 060314 70020 0
70028
I FORI{S
UN
7991.00
1212,43
1615.64
i615,64
Total for Ck.#
UN
ti pl es
Mul ti pì es
Mul tì pì es
Muì ti pì es
70020 0
141899-01 096 61140 060314 70022
141900-01 096 61140 060314 /0023
0720r4-0r 09t 97800 060314 70024
t4I902-01 096 61140 060314 70025
141929-01 096 51365 060314 70026
069514-01 099 91442 060314 70027
141906-01 096 61140 060314 70028
141906-02 096 61140 060314 70028
141906-03 096 61140 060314 70028
141906-04 096 61140 060314 70028
141906-05 096 61140 060314 70028
Descrì ptì on
PF l'1uì
541.00
70020 0
Total for Ck.#
70204
Typ
234.26 PF Multiples
303.58 PF Multlples
541.00
7991.00
7212.43
ALTAI.4ONT
70020 0
61407 060314 70020
006 22950 060314 70020
096 61365 060314 70020
006 15000 060314 70020
096 61296 060314 70020
006 15800 060314 70020
096 61357 060314 70020
I8
Amount Pay Invoice
-
95
I4I923-r7 096 61371
r4r923
NUMBTRS 69945
Amount
Name
141888-0s 096 5136s 060314 70019 0
i41888-06 096 51365 060314 70019 0
141923-02
141923-03
141923-04
141923-05
141923-06
4
UN]FIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO1Ol LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R-
FND
PAGE
I^JARRANTS
O OO9O DENISON INC.
O 9917 ENERGY CONSTRVATION
33. 11
SUPPLY
0 3087 ETA
O
O
O
O
5462 FASTENAL CO|.4PANY
0121 FOUR STATE I4AINT SUPPLY
5967 GOINS JANELLE
0952 GRAINGER l¡l t^j INC
250.00
630.00
22.82
.).) 11 PF 310402
250 00
PF 60102
AGS SUMI',IER BOOST
PF KSPAR25525
SU
PARTS
440r.84
440r 84
PF
l'4uìtìpìes
260.00
260 00
PF
0529r4
BGS/EGS NUPA
487 .72
487
pì es
TOOLS, SUPPLIES
263 77 PF
tì
Muì tì
pl es
GREASE TRAP TREATME
0
263,77
0
65 .40
0
575.02
1a
PF l'4uì
65 40 PF Muì t1 pì es
E7E
52 .83
02 PF Muì
52 o1 PF l'4ul
29
46
98
29.39
46.98
500 00
225 00
500.00
225.00
PF
KANSAS DRUG TESTING INC.
KANSAS GAS SERVICE
I2I
I2r.36
PF
0
BOILER TRAINER CLAS
630 00 PF 71291
')') 82
WELDING GAS
tì
tì
CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES
SUPPL I ES
pl es
TOOL KIT
pì es
PARTS
1444 .7 4
70029 O 6636 GREEN COUNTRY AUTO
/0030 O 0382
70031 O 9886
70032 O 3935
70033 O 1445
GROUP
HERRI4AN LUMBER CO
K&A
PRESSURE CLIANING
39
36
PF
11530
PF 323257
5908i0
PF ¿I
J5I
1158798 45
PART
METAL TRACK
LC KITCHEN
HOODS CL
RANDOM TESTING FEE
GAS SERVICE
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PAGE
I,JARRANTS
5
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DAIE 06/05/14
STATUS
.
Punchase
OFND
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO1OI LABETTE BANK CHECK]NG
R-
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendor
Paid
Or"der #
No.
No.
141910-01 006 22750 060314 70034 0 2283
141910-02 006 22750 060314 70034 0
0rder
Amount
Name
KANSASLAND
TIRE OF PITTSBURG
141910 03 006 22750 060314 70034 0
Total fon Ck.#
70034
for Ck.# /0036
141915-01
141937-01
141930-01
141932-01
141917-01
141933-01
141934-01
096 61140 060314 70037
14193i-02
016 20350 060314 70044
006 22700 060314 70038
006 22700 060314 70039
006 22700 060314 70040
096 61140 060314 70041
006 22800 060314 70042
006 22700 060314 70043
141920-01 096 61140 060314 70045
141901-01 006 12490 060314 70046
0 0212 14IDWTST M]NERALS ]NC
0 0387 I'4IDI¡JEST TRANSIT EQUIPMENT
0 02i0 NAPA/GENUINE PARTS CO. _KC
0 0030 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS
0 0234 OBR]EN ROCK CO
0 2109 OSI^IEGO COI',II'4UNITY HOSPITAL
0 024r PARSONS AUTO PARTS
0 0231 PBA ARCHITECTS P.A.
0 0251 PETERSON HARDhIARE INC
0 026r POSTMASTER
0 2174 S & S LUI,IBER
096 61140 060314 70047
t4\928-02
096 61140 060314 70047 0
]NC
t41928-04 096 61140 060314 70047
Total for Ck.# 70047
0
072rr4-0r
r4r92r-0r
0 0283
0 0285
174014-01 099
114014-02 099
Total
141907-01 006
141914-01 096
Total
70049
for Ck.# 70050
-0r
024 27900 060314 70053
141936-01
141935-01
141913-01
422228-01
141922-01
422226-01
422226-02
006 22700 060314 70054
006 22700 060314 70055
096 61140 060314 70056
089 89100 060314 70057
096 61140 060314 70058
024 27950 060314 70059
57 .24
57.24 PF Muìtlples
RES
TI
RES
TI RIS
20.00 PF
STEVE'S
16075
I^iASTEWATER
hJEEDEATER
I^JEEDEATER REPAIR
97 .24
97
122884
ROCK
206
24
24
PF
206.24
PF
X407004000:01
PARTS
993. 10
993
iO
PF Muì
10 .69
255.69
88.00
100. 00
3211.38
206.40
196.00
168.42
69
255 69
10
PF
ti
pl es
0137 -231267
88 OO PF 10041730
DOT PHYS]CAL
42
69 42
r97 77
I459 02
168
CONDENSER
PF 8020
PF
196 OO PF
FILTER
CONCRETE MIX
PF
100 OO PF 129478
32tr 38
206 40
PARTS
OIL
ARCHITECT SERVICES
65903
4
MAINTENANCE SUPPLiE
ROLLS
ti
Muì ti
STAI"IPS
ROLLS OF STAI,IPS
PF Muì
pì es
FIELD
PF
pì es
REBAR, SCRE|¡IS, LUMB
I'IARKERS
PF Muì
t1 pì es
STORM DOOR
PF Mul
tì
B&T CLASSROOM
pl es
REI'4OD
511 .36
3103.39 PF 8918254
511.36 PF 208172367420
SUMIlER BOOST SUPPLI
EUDUCUBES
73.9r
73.9r
PF 7776402188
AGS STC SUPPLIES
12.83
12.83 PF 7776402188
AGS STC SUPPLIES
CENTER
30 .00
30.00 PF 91250
TRANSPORTAT]ON DIRE
105.00
105.00 PF 91569
ASBESTOS 16-HR REFR
135 00
141926-04 096 61140 0603i4 70051 0
141926-05 096 61140 060314 70051 0
Total for Ck.# 70051
422227
SCHOOL SPECIALTY ]NC
SHERI^JIN I¡lILLIAMS
096 61140 060314 70051 0
096 61140 060314 70052
439.49 PF Muìtìpìes
3103.39
SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS
22800 060314 70050 0 0294 SEK EDUCATION SERVICE
61140 060314 70050 0
t41927-0I
20,00
439.49
TI
598 10
141926-01 096 61140 060314 70051 0 0302
141926-02 096 61140 060314 70051 0
r4t926-03
384.06 PF l4uìtiples
1044.06 PF l'4uì tì pì es
135.00 PF l"1ul tì pì es
1894 63
91223 060314 70049 0
91273 06ß14 70049 0
for" Ck.#
ptì on
Descnì
Typ
384.06
1044.06
135.00
69.42
I97 .77
1459.02
141928-03 096 61140 060314 70047 0
096 61140 060314 70049
Paid
70204
496 73
r4I928-0I
097 97800 060314 70048
Amount Pay Invojce
-
I 563 T2
141919-01 096 61140 060314 70035 0 2624 KDHE-BUREAU OF WATER
141916-01 096 61140 060314 70036 0 0189 LINN'S AIR COOLED ENGINES
141916-02 096 61140 0603i4 70036 0
Total
NUMBERS 69945
r37 .70
PF f4u I
309. 00
PF l4ul
67.27
I37 .70
6r.27
I37.70
PF
PF l"1uì
17 .35
17.35
PF
ti pì es
tì pì es
STRIPE I¡]HITE PAINT
PAI NT
l,lultìpìes
PAI NT
tì
l"1uì tì
pl es
PAINT
pl es
CONTR PACK
663 02
0 0825
0 9836
0 9681
0 0669
0 5958
0 9847
0 0088
0 4152
024 27900 060314 70059 0
r37 .70
309 .00
SMALLWOOD LOCK
SMITH
&
SUPPLY
SHARON
SUI'1I'1]T TRUCK GROUP
247 4
THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP
TOI'ILINSON NICKI
TUCKER GAIL
.46
8.28
THOI-1AS IMPLE14ENT
TRINITY ANALYTICAT
311.21
108.00
LAB
311
2t
PF 446867
108 00 PF
2474 46
I
13-14
PF Muì
ti
LATCHES. CYLINDIRS
LAUNDRY
pì es
28 PF 823504
LAUNDRY - BARTLETT
PARTS
BOLTS,
WASHERS
496.07
243.65
¿4J 65 PF 053014
HOI4E
240 .70
240 70
LAGOON TESTING
496 07
PF 3001 123501
PF 6636 - 1404133
6.45
6 45 PF 031514
108.00
108 00 PF 031514
ELEVATOR SERVICE
VISIT
I4ILEAGE
FOOD SUPPLIES
LAUNDRY- ALTAMONT
G
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DATE
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LIST OF
06/05/14
STATUS
-
Purchase
O-
FND
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO101 LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R-
SACCT
Order #
Date Check Sts Vendor
Paid
Tota.ì
422229-01
141565-01
074614-01
097014-01
No.
No.
for Ck.# 70059
0rder
6829 ZWAHLEN, KYLE
034 43850 060314 /0061
0
0
1707 ALTAI-1ONT BUILDER'S SUPPLY LLC
Ck.# 70062
1744 APPLE COMPUTER INC.
Tota l
14187i-01
006 1s200 060314 70067
422178-01
090014-01
090014-02
090014-03
090014-04
024 28160 060314 70068
087 87710 060314 70069
87.25 PF 0527-0530
9.42
195 ,81
PP 32499
POLYURETHANE
1197.00 PF 4283557080
35.93
35.93 PF 4283079604
INVERTER TO REPAIR
83 75 PF 266615
5OO LBS CREEP FEED
0
0
511.55
511
EÊ
0
141 .58
I4I
tro PF LT4I787
CO-OP
0
776 ñt
1
PF LR92T76
RETINA DISPLAY ]PAD
BUSINESS CLASS PROJ
023 10 PF 1r09794
IPAD CABINET
TI7 00
PF
Lr09794
CABLE
PF
LI4I787
IPAD CABINET
IPAD
PACK
CONNECTORS M]N
2509
0
0
0
0
0
369 trtr PF 313243171
0060 CITY OF ALTAMONT
369.55
2775.00
2775 00 PF
13/14
0064 CITY OF
1132.35
7132 at
05-0133-00
5085 CENTURYLI NK/EMBARQ
PARSONS
0359 COFFTY KENDRA
7 .50
62.93
0278 CORNER STORE
PF
7 50 PF
ELEM. PHONE SERVICE
LCHS SPORTING EVENT
WATER USAGE @ I4D V]
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
ti pì es
tì pl es
Muì tì pì es
l'4uì ti pl es
AGS TRAINING MEALS
M VALLEY TRAINING
68 .93
087 87830 060314 70069 0
68.92
68 92 PF
087 87750 060314 70069 0
68.92
68 92 PF
70069
SECURITY
051614
087 87800 060314 70069 0
M VIEI,I TRAINING
MEA
I"I
BGS/EGS TRA]NING ME
269 70
141861-01 024 27950 060314 /0070 0 3082 COUNTRY I'IART
141884-01 006 12570 060314 7007I 0 0078 CRAW KAN TELEPHONE
141884-02 006 i2580 060314 700/1 0
Total for Ck.# 70071
460 61
422170-0t 006 17000 060314 70072 0
422209-0t 024 28160 060314 70073 0
r4r976-01 024 27950 060314 70076 0
EVCO I^IHOLESALE F00D CORP
GARRETT MONA
5269 GRAVES I'1ENU I'1AKER
141880-0i
096 61070 060314 70077 0
141880-02
141880-03
141880-04
141880-05
141886-01
096 61070 060314 70077 0
096 61070 060314 70077 0
132.00
r32
23r.28
2L90
0381 DOt^lTY MELVIN
141876-02 024 27900 060314 70076 0
Total for" Ck.# 700/6
1.06r7 56
141840-01 026 30050 060314 700/7 0 3425 GREINBUSH
229.33
l"luìtìples
Muìtlples
229.33 PF Multìpìes
305.22
COOP
9800 DODSWORTH CHASE
141881-01 024 27950 060314 70074 0 1320
422180,01 006 13540 060314 /0075 0 5668
FOODS
305.22 PF
F00D SUPPLIES
23I.28
PH0NE SERVICE @ BAR
a,)1
90.72
10206.35
90
4II,2I
850.00
245.00
65.00
3550.00
00 PF
2I 90
823.9r
PF
9I
PF
PF
PF
10206 35 PF
4II
2T PF
850 00 PF 9081
a^c 00
F00D SUPPLIES
MAY MILEAGE
F00D SUPPLIES
lllSC
SUPPLIES
FEE FOR WRITING AND
1
tì
pl es
C0Ì'1M0N CORE I^JORKSHO
65 00 PF Mul
ti
pl es
GOOGLE
3550 00 PF
Muìtipìes
65.00
65 00 PF Muì
65. 00
65 00 PF l'4uì
35.00
CF
6i070 060314 70077 0
Total for Ck.# 70077
4875
S
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
PF l"luì
096 61070 060314 70077 0
096
PHONE SERVICE @ EDN
0414 TRACK I4EET APRIL TRACK MEETS
051914
f4uìtlples
053114
Muìtìpìes
Multìpìes
096 61070 060314 70077 0
tì
tì
DRIVE
|^IORKSH
ROPES COURSE MEI4BER
pl es
EXCEL I¡IORKSHOP
pl es
I NDES IGN/PHOTOSHOP
00 PF 91513
POl^lER
0F
YOU W0RKSH
00
141859-01 024 27950 060314 70078 0 0147 HILAND DAIRY
141891-01 006 13800 060314 70079 0 0355 JOSTENS, ]NC
141874-01 006 14410 060314 70080 0 0169 KSHSAA
7257 53
\41874-02 006 16450 060314 70080 0
Tota l for" Ck.# 70080
I770
1570.11
141826-01. 034 44070 060314 70081
141869-01 096 s1355 060314 70082
STATE FFA TRIP MEAL
1197.00
62 93 PF Muì
68 o2 PF Muì
Total for" Ck.#
Descrì ptì on
Typ
83.75
716.02
1023.10
117.00
for" Ck.# 70064
141870-01 006 12560 060314 70065
141845-01 096 614s3 060314 70066
70204
1232 93
141838-01 034 44150 060314 70063 0 0024 BARTTETT
071714-01 096 61060 060314 /0064 0 6450 CDI^lG
074014 01 096 61060 060314 70064
074014-02 096 61060 060314 70064
074514-01 006 r7750 060314 70064
074514-02 006 17750 060314 70064
Pajd
87 .25
096 61060 060314 70062 0
for
Amount Pay Invoice
-
6
114 45
0
006 17750 060314 70062
NUMBERS 69945
Amount
Name
096 61409 060314 70060
Tota l
PAGE
WARRANTS
)a
aÁ
200 .00
7257.53 PF Muìtiples
FOOD SUPPLIES
.34 PF 16696108
200. 00 PF l,4uì tì pl es
1570.11 PF f4ultìpìes
LCA DIPLOMAS
37
LC KSHSM
I"IEMBTRSHI
LC CATASTROPHIC INS
11
0
2706 LABETTE HEALTH
0
4716 LASER CREATIONS
21 .00
119.99
21.00 PF
050214
119.99 PF 3608
CPR CERTIFICATION
EMPLOYEE
OF YR
C
RUNN
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DATE 06/05/14
STATUS
-
Punchase
O-
FND
MAPP2
ìst
LIST 0F
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
R-
BANK OO1O1 LABETTE BANK CHECK]NG
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendon
Pald
Onder #
No.
No.
Tota I for Ck.# 70083
6635
422t82-0r 006 22800 060314 70084 0 4553
422208-01 024 27900 060314
141878-01 099 9r?22 060314
141878-02 099 91222 060314
141878-03 099 91205 060314
141878-04 099 91205 060314
14i878-05 087 87710 060314
141878-06 099 91205 060314
70085
0
0
0nder
6420.|.
2r5.29
l4ultìpìes
PF
l'4uì
tì
pì es
on
FOOD SUPPLIES
MISC SUPPLIES
I'IURPHY RHONDA
9. 00
9,00
PF 051514
108.00
108.00
PF 051614
I,JOOLAROC Ì'1EAL RE]MB
LAUNDRY,
flEADOl^l VI
pl es
REIMB
OF
FAST SUPPL
70086 0
85.03
pì es
REIMB
OF
FAST SUPPL
2.03
85.03
2.03
PF
70086 0
PF
tì
Muì tì
Muì tì
pl es
REIMB
OF
FAST SUPPL
70086 0
10.88
10.88
PF
Muìtì pì es
RE]MB
OF
STC SUPPLI
70086 0
6.00
r29.88
6. 00
OF
FAST SUPPL
0
0
0
146.86
0
52.90
0
40.55
r34.26
E'
0082 POLLARD GEORG]A
70086 0
0
091 52750 060314 70096
0
0345 I^]]LSON LANGUAGE TRAINING
52770 060314 70096 0
52800 0603i4 70096 0
091 52810 060314 70096 0
091
091
for Ck.# 70096
0
70100
0 0350
0 9824
0 4817
0 0389
0 0351
70104
REII'IB
PF
pì es
REiI'1B OF STC SUPPLI
19.97
19.97
PF
pì es
REIMB
69 .00
69. 00
PF Muì
t1
p1 es
REIMB OF STC SUPPLI
pl es
REIMB OF STC SUPPLI
pì es
OF
FAST SUPPL
52.90
40.55
PF
REIMB
OF
STC SUPPL]
PF
tì
Muì tì
Mul tì
pì es
REII'IB
OF
STC SUPPL]
r34.26
PF
l4uìtìpìes
RE]I4B
OF
STC SUPPL]
35.00
262.88
310.65
PF
051614
REGIONAL DRIVERS ED
125. 00
PF
146 .86 PF Muì
35
00
262 88
310 65
125 00
34
PF 0376 -
000358106
PF I'1AY SALES TAX
052214
UTILITES AT M. VALL
I.1AY SALES TAX
DRIVER ED REFUND
00
34.00
PF 051614
REFUND LUNCH
198 00
198. 00
PF 053114
LCHS SCHOLARSHIP
64.35
PF 0531 14
MVY SCHOOL SECREIAR
64
80
58.40
600.00
175.00
77 .03
58.40 PF 051514
600.00 PF ACCT 17653502
APRIL/MAY
151.00 PF 042314
ADVISOR
77.03 PF 05212014
I.4ONEY
Li
14iLEAGE
ACCT 17653502
I'4EALS
ADI"IIN I',IEAL AT
ERNES
CORP
504,90
504.90
504.90
504.90
495,72
495.72
495.72
495.72
495.72
PF 1581912
PF
1581912
PF 1581912
PF
15819i2
PF 1581912
t¡ll LSON READING
SYST
t¡il LS0N READI NG SYST
Id
I LSON READI NG SYST
hl
] LSON READING SYST
Wi LSON
READING
SYST
24/8 60
70099
70103
pì es
r29.88
tì
l4ul tì
l'4uì tì
504.90
071614-01 096 61060 060414 70097 0 0343 A1SECURITY CAMERAS
42216\-01 099 91442 060414 70098 0 1501 ALLISON MARTHA SUSAN
42216I-02 099 91405 060414 70098 0
Total for Ck.# 70098
533 76
70102
PF l"lul
aao 03
091 52760 060314 70096 0
70101
E
749 91
70095
141798-01 096 51355 060414
422172-01 024 28160 060414
141440-01 034 44300 060414
088014-01 087 87708 060414
089014-01 087 87708 060414
422173-0r 024 28160 060414
PF
0067 OSHEL MELISSA
-0r 096 61409 060314 70087 0 99?3 RASCHEN ED
141885-01 006 15850 060314 70088 0 9891 REPUBLIC SERVICES
141893-01 i00 99050 060314 70089 0 0166 RETAILERS' SALES TAX
422210-0r 0r8 25200 060314 70090 0 0277 SHELTON JAMIE
422179-01. 024 28160 0603i4 70091 0 0360 TAYLOR BRENDA
141898-01 006 12500 060314 70092 0 6757 TAYLOR NEI^]SPAPER FAMILY
141898-02 006 12500 060314 70092 0
Tota l for Ck.# 70092
262 AE
422r8\-0I 006 13540 060314 70093 0 4001 TRAXSON MICHELLI
r4t817 -02 006 t2440 060314 70094 0 9694 US POSTAL SERVICE
141691-01 096 61409 060314 70095 0 0334 USD 506 PETTY CASH
1.4t875-02 096 51355 060314 70095 0
Tota l
6420.1I
2I5 .29
ptì
40
422177
104014-01
104014-02
104014-03
104014-04
104014-05
Typ
Descnì
PF Muì
for Ck.# 70086
Ck.#
Pajd
70204
52.55
087 87714 060314 70086
141878-08 099 91205 060314 70086
141878-09 099 91205 060314 70086
141878-10 099 91223 0603t4 70086
141878-11 099 91223 060314 70086
r4r8/8-r2 099 91205 060314 70086
for
Amount Pay Invoice
-
7
EE
70086
141878-07
Total
NUI'4BERS 69945
Amount
Name
141890-01 024 27950 060314 70083 0 0205 I'4ARRONE'S INC
t4r890-02 024 27900 060314 70083 0
Total
PAGE
I^IARRANTS
9738 ANDERSON
I'1ARTY
ARGO AMY
ATLAS STEEL
1790.00
379.15
154.61
1790.00 PF t3967
379.15 PF
STC BARTLETT/EDNA
154.61 PF 050914
STC BARTLETT/EDNA
52.24
52.24
PF
45.65
45.65
PF 051414
05082014
2000.00
165.60
PP
BAUGHI4AN LANEY
175. 00
175.00
PF 051914
BLACKBURN ALEA
25.00
90.65
BOUMAN CYDNI
SECURITY CAI,IERAS
050914
s14035
3 16
X 20
PHOTOS
LUNCH I'4ONEY REFUND
STUDENT PROJECT MAT
FAST CHILDCARE HELP
25
25 ,00 PF 050914
CHILDCARE FEB
90.65
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
PF 051414
20
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PAGE
I¡JARRANTS
8
dìn:>mapp2
DATE
06/05/14
STATUS
-
Purchase
O-
FND
UNIF]ED SCHOOL D]STR]CT #506
BANK OOlOl LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R-
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendor
Paid
Onder #
No.
No.
0nden
422174-0I 024 28160 060414 70105 0 0352 BROt^lN
422175-01
141700-01
141849-01
141849-02
141849-03
141849-04
TAl"ll"lY
024 28160 060414 70106 O 0353 CARES REG]NA
006 14400 060414 70107 O
6106 CENTENNIAT
051414
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
PF
051414
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
47 .20 PF 44926
096 61369 060414 70108 0
138.60
138.61
138.60
138.60
138.61
138.60
PF Muì
130 ,00
130.00 PF 050614
422176-01 024 28160
141804-01 034 44150
422184-01 024 27900
141793-01 034 44700
141558-01 034 43702
1420t4-01 087 87752
Total
632
060414
060414
060414
060414
060414
060414
PARSONS
70110 0 03s6 CLOSS PAULA
&
70111 0 3696 COFFEYVILLE FEED
70rr2
0 1522 COOPER DEBRA
70rr3
0 4735 COOPER SNACKS
70rr4
70rr4
0 3082 COUNTRY
FARI'1
K
I.4ART
0
for Ck.# 70114
991 4 CRAIG HOI'1E CARE
0090 DENISON INC.
4221.89-01 024
74
40
PF
052014
160 OO PF 05082014
98. 18
98
18
500.00
30
9.66
9
47 PP
66 Pt
PF
AUDITORIUM RINTAL A
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
LIVESTOCK FEED
LAUNDRY
5113
CONCESS I ONS
15M4Y2014
SUPPL I ES
19APR20 14
FAST MEAL SUPPLIES
l'4uìtipìes
APRIL SP ED
TRANSPO
]NSTRUCTIONAL
I^JELDI
2T 75 PF 052014
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
19 60 PF 052014
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
11.85
11 85 PF 051314
LUNCH MONEY REFUND
0339 EISENBRANDT LISA
2099.95
169.02
0208 ELTCTRONIX EXPRESS
0358 FOSTER THTRESE
70126 0 3425
AWARDS
CAI4PUS
051914
SCIENCE SUPPLY REII.1
258 00
PF
59800
END OF YEAR Aì¡IARDS
90
42 90
PF
051914
REFUND LUNCH
40
PF
052014
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
585
70130 0
PF
00
18 30
70128 0 0378 HIGGINS TIFFANY
70t29 0 0r47 HILAND DAIRY
70130 0 0318 HILL ALICIA
PARTS AND SUPPLIES
169 02
42
1180 00
DALE
420 15 PF 446368
150
740
TAI,lI4Y
GRETNBUSH
70127 0 0363 HALL
for
18,) 76 PF
31333
364 45 PF
20 00 PF 051914
7
1180 00 PF 90784
18 30 PF
0s19i4
5 85 PF
052074
I'4ONEY
ADMIN SERVICES
FOR
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
52 40
52 40 PF 8926362
I,IVAL STC NUPA
35
40
77
1E
OFF]CE SUPPLIES AND
00
40 00
466.20
77 PF 050914
PF
041514
466.20 PF 17562
GIFT CARDS GRAD LIG
2
ADV]SOR ROOI,IS STA
90.33
90.33 PF 042714
[1 VAL I"IEAL CARD REI
25.4r
25.4r
PF 042714
FAST REII'IBURSEMENT
7 .76 PF 050214
KC BAND TR]P I-IEAL
115 74
0
9915 JONES
0 1374
51355 060414 70i35 0 4716
13600 060414 70136 0 1570
51355 060414 70137 0 0348
61449 0604t4 70138 0 1290
61449 060414 70139 0 236I
51355 060414 70140 0 6392
281.60 060414 70747 0 0364
WTNDELL
7
TASER CREATIONS
096
43413
19.60
096
096
43413
20. 00
DURHAI-1, KATHRINA
KESLER
096
43413
0361
006 14440 060414 70134
096
pl es
57 OO PF 053114
2r.75
Total for Ck.# 70130
75.77
141809-01 096 61409 060414 70131 0 4039 HOLIDAY INN AT THE
610144-01 087 87832 060414 70132 0 0342 HUCKE LORETTA
610144-02 087 87836 060414 70132 0
006
ti
NURS
43403
0369 DIXON CHRISTY
024 28160 060414 70125 0 037 4 GIBSON
Ck # 70132
422160-01 006 22800 060414 70133
PF Muì
pl es
57 .00
353.76
024 28160 060414 70124 0 0362 GEORGE. L]SA
Tota.ì
74.40
160.00
2000 .00
0377 DHOOGHE JULIE
096 61433 060414 70123 0 4246 GARY'S
060414
060414
060414
060414
060414
060414
tì
tì
pl es
PF Muì
LC CO OP ORDER
UTIL]TIES
UTILITIES
UTILITIES
UTILITIES
40 13
141137 01 034 43650 060414 70116 0
422204-01 024 28160 060414 70II7 0
422195-01 024 28160 060414 70118 0
422r86-0t 024 28160 060414 70119 0
422167 -01 024 28160 060414 70120 0
141472-01 034 43650 060414 70121 0
154014-01 006 13890 060414 70122 0
096 51355
422188-01 024 28160
422206-01 024 28160
074914-0I 099 91332
422162-01 096 51355
422r7r-0| 006 14460
Multipìes
ôt
141848-01 030 32500 060414 70115 0
141854-01
141801-01
119014-01
141817-01
060614-01
060714-01
141846-01
PF
8.25
PF
141833-01 006 13800 060414 70109 0 0064 C]TY OF
141456-01
422187-01
422202-01
141842-01
22.65
216,8I
Total fon Ck.# 70108
on
8.25
216.8r
096 61367 060414 70108 0
pti
¿¿.o5
096 61361 060414 70108 O 0181 CENTTRPOINT ENERGY SIRVICES
096 61359 060414 70108 0
Descnì
70204
Typ
38.00
SALES
Amount Pay Invoice
-
Paid
Amount
Name
69945
NUI'1BERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
.76
2r.64
2r.64
PF
35r422
16 X 20 PICTURI
RET]REMENT PLAQUE
R
I'4OU
44.99
44.99
PF
3592
113. 17
PF
05r2r4
14-15
LOOK]NG GOOD LANDSCAPE
113.17
13.97
13.97
PF
05012014
MATERIALS AND LABOR
LOUS SPORTING
r29.r9
r23.19
LITTRELL MELINDA
I"I.
R.
NYREN CO.
R
GOODS
18.00
PF \/\/M742836-AX04
31 .46 PF 64269
MACS
r29.78
r29.78
PF 11988
MAHAN DENISE
204.85
204.85
PF
051914
BGS SCIENCE L
MVY VOLLEYBALL COOP
I4VY VOLLEYBALL COOP
BLANK CHECK STOCK
REFUND LUNCH ¡4ONEY
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LIST OF WARRANTS
9
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DATE
06/05/14
STATUS
-
Punchase
Onder #
O.
FND
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OOlOl LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R_
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendon
Paid
No
No
061214-01 099 9t332 060414 70142 0 0205
r4\192-0r
096 51355 060414 70143
422190-01
422198-01
141805-01
141808-01
141821-01
024 28160 060414 70144
024 28160 060414 70145
024 28160 060414 70146
0
0
0
0
0r
25. 15
2s. 15
PF 052014
6.32
6.32
PF 050214
1ST GR F]ELD TRIP
206.70
1000.00
206.70
PF 052014
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
99.85
PP l4u I
40. 15
40. 15
PF 052014
r81 .99
r88.74
PF r NV53959
5
19.25
19.25
200.00
100.00
PF 052014
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
SERV ICE
I-1OON KIM
I-1YERS
RHONDA
RITA
NAPA AUTO PARTS
DECK SPORTS
096 61453 060414 70154 0 3638
PARSONS GOLF CLUB
DENISE
200. 00
200.00
422231.,01 006 1/000 060414 70157 0 0388 REXWINKLE MAD]SON
143014-01 087 87752 060414 70158 0 6722 SAVE -A- LOT
068314-01 099 91223 060414 70159 0 0285 SCHOOL SPEC]ALTY iNC
068314-02 099 91223 060414 70159 0
068314-03 099 91205 060414 70159 0
068314-04 099 91205 060414 70159 0
068314-05 099 91205 060414 70159 0
068314-06 099 91205 060414 70159 0
Total for Ck.# 70159
448.67
4221.66-01 006 i3540 060414 70160 0 3566 SI4]TH K]MBERLY
422197 -0r 024 28160 060414 70161 0 OOOT SNIDER KR]STI
9880
PF 591004 - 0
PF
PF
0519i4
05r2r4
CL I PBOARDS
REFUND LUNCH I4ONEY
REFUND LUNCH I"IONEY
GRADUATION ITEI'4S
VAL/SAL
724t
MEDALS
14EDALS
45
140298-01 096 61453 060414 70154 0
Total for Ck.# 70i54
300 00
075014-01 087 8/834 0604i4 70155 0 2T3I PEOPLES GAYLE
422183-01 024 2/900 060414 70156 0 1594 PHILLIPS LO]S ELAINE
422200-01 024
086014-01 099
086014-02 099
086014-03 099
086014-04 099
Total for Ck.# 70169
422168-01 096 6t409 060414 70170
422203-01 024 28160 060414 70r7r
STC
PF
-0r
024
VAL
22.35
OZIIR,
-0r
I.4
25 .85 PF 1227
024 28160 060414 70153 0 0100
422207
pì es
25.25
422t94-0I
0
tì
25.25
25.85
22.35
6723 l'llDI¡IESTERN GRADUATI0N
024 28160 060414 70151 0 0368 NELSON CAROLYN
61150 060414 70162
51355 060414 70162
for Ck.# 70162
28160 060414 70163
14440 060414 70164
43500 060414 70165
87700 060414 70166
28160 060414 70167
28160 060414 70168
91222 060414 70169
91102 060414 70169
91332 060414 70169
91442 060414 70769
PF Muì
17 .05 PF 051914
006 ?2800 060414 70148 0 45s3 IÍURPHY
141843-01 096
141844-01 096
Total
42220I-01 024
141855-01 006
141802-0r 034
087014-02 087
Typ
17 .05
141661-01 096 61453 060414 70152 0 0320 ON
140297
468.30
29.70
29.39
ptì on
0371 I"]IDDLESWART DIANA
/3
70146
Paid
Descnì
70204
036s I'ICKINZIE TRAVIS
I"IACHINES
006 14440 060414 70146 0
for" Ck.#
Amount Pay Invoìce
-
29.70
29.39
422192-01 024 28160 060414 70149 0 0367
141636-01 034 44550 060414 70150 0 3161
422193-0\
468.30
MARRONE'S INC
0196 I-ICCARTY OFFICE
422197-01 024 28160 060414 70147 0 0366
422164
Order
Amount
Name
006 14440 060414 70146 0
Tota I
NUMBERS 69945
SOUTHI¡IEST PLAINS REG SVC CENT
40.00
111.00
pì es
05052014
PF 05052014
M
OPEN PO FOR AUTO SU
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
DOZ. BASEBATLS
MEMBERSHIP DUES
GOLF MEI"IBERSHIP DU
40.00
PF 050814
PF 051314
LAUNDRY, TABLE CLOT
90.00
40.06
111.00
90.00
40.06
PF 053014
LIGHT/SOUND l.4AY14
PF 214PR2014
FAST MEAL SUPPLIES
r52.23
r52.23
PF 3081 01905295
STC SUPPLIES
216.45
216.45
FAST GRADUATION CAK
PF 3081 01905295
STC SUPPLIES
10 .40
10 .40 PF 308101905295
STC SUPPLIES
42.2I
42.2r
5.24
5.24
22.r4
22.I4
22.46
12.25
22.46 PF 053rr4
12.25 PF 052014
150.00
1i7.09
0
PF
tì
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
190s295
STC SUPPLIIS
PF
308101905295
STC SUPPL]ES
PF
308101905295
STC SUPPLIES
PF 30810
150.00 PF 22993
117.09 PF 23014
MAY MILEAGE
REFUND LUNCH I4ONEY
|¡I0RKSHOPS
041014
BONNIE DEITER TRAVE
267 09
0 0373 STANKATIS JANE
0 2420 SUN GRAPHICS
0 0669 THOI"IAS
]14PLE14ENT
0 0337 TRAXSON JULIE
0 0r22 TRII"1I1ELL AI4ANDA
0 0372 VANCI INGRIDA
0
I4I2
l¡lESTCO I NC .
0
0
31 .50
1450.00
30.9i
30 97 PF 8198i4
800.00
800 00 PF 051914
31 .95
31 95 PF 052014
28.70
769.99
769.99
769.99
769.99
0
31 50 PF 052014
1450 00 PF 97349
tô 70
PF 052014
REFUND LUNCH MONEY
GRADUATION PROGRAI4S
MANUAL
FAST TEAI"I MEMBER ST
REFUND LUNCH I4ONEY
REFUND LUNCH I4ONEY
769 99 PF 5507 1481 0
AGS NUPA
769 99 PF 5507 14810
M VIEt^l
769 99 PF 550i14810
M VAL
169 99
BGS EGS NUPA
PF
550714810
NUPA
NUPA
3079.96
O 2658 l^JILEY DUST]N
O 0376 l^lITEY SHETLY
75 .00
56.25
75.00 PF 050814
56.25 PF 052014
MEAL REIMBURSEMENT
REFUND LUNCH I4ONEY
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di n: >mapp2
DATE 06/05/14
STATUS
-
Purchase
O-
FND
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendon
Paid
No.
No.
9t332 060414 70172 O 0265
9t305 060414 /0172 0
14i879-01
006
141879-02
141879-03
141879-04
141879-05
006
006
006
096
NUI'4BERS 69945
0rder
Amount
Name
I/\lINTERS JENNY
87834 060414 70172 0
87838 06041.4 10172 0
87836 060414 10172 0
91.305 060414 70t7? 0
70204
Descrì ptì on
Amount Pay Invoìce
Pajd
-
Typ
307 .77
307 .77 PF 042714
M VAL
STC
r31.26
131 .26 PF 042714
M VAL
STC
72.44
24.62
72.44
PF
042714
M VAL
FAST
24.62
PF
042714
I'4
VAL
FAST
4r.26
4t.26
PF
042714
I'1
VAL
FAST
tì
pì es
LIT
285 ,30
285 .30 PF Muì
II4.45
114.45 PF 053014
REFUND LUNCH
12.42
STATE FFA I"IEAL REII4
468.00
72.42 PF 050714
468.00 PF 053114
195.81
28.35
141.83 PF Muìtìpìes
28.35 PF Muìt1pìes
M VAL
SUPPL]ES
for
Ck.# 70172
862.65
28160 0604t4 70173 0 0379 t^J00D I¡IENDELL
61409 060414 70174 0 6829 Zl^lAHtEN, KYLE
43490 060414 70174 0
or Ck.# 70174
540.42
43850 060414 70175 O 1707 ALTAI"IONT BUILDER'S SUPPLY LLC
44150 060414 70175 0
TUITION
i',1ONEY
REII4BURSEI"IE
f
fon Ck.#
22650
91305
61060
15820
15100
70175
060414
060414
060414
060414
70177 0 0386 BROTHERS
70178 0 6450
PAT
CD[^,G
70179 0 0061 CITY OF BARTLETT
060414 70179 0
for Ck.# 70179
13500
13800
14440
13800
14440
20200
060414
060414
060414
060414
060414
060414
61453 060414
70180 0
01 18 FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS
70183 0 445r KANSAS RTSTAURANT
70184 0 r37 4 KESLER
&
HOSP. ASS
PHOTOGRAPHY
70185 0 1290 LOUS SPORTING
GOODS
70185 0
18.00 PF 0I2II4
2812.77
150.00
130.00
2812.rt
3170.61
2965
1
MCCARTY OFFICE MACH]NES
SUPPLIES
TECH SUPPLIES
130.00 PF 77
BGS WATER
BGS SEWER
67
PP
406950F-
1
56 OO PF 59763
r1.62
11
46.89
46
23.r4
5507 .75
5507
.00
46
166 .95
1101.00
NEI^J
TITLES FOR
LCHS
END OF YEAR PLAQUES
62
89
PF
16588564
PF
5294
1/2
14
PF
348618
SR CLASS PICTURE
75
28
PF \/4X749087 -AX03
45
PF \/4X749087-AX03
BASEBALLS PO 141439
DI PLO[1A
COST PRO START
BLAZER ELITE ALU
782.48
166.95 PF 5908174-0
1101.00 PF 590815-0
782.48 PF 589i60-0
DRUM
BGS EGS CAC TONER
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AR
43
I'1]DI^]ESTERN GRADUATION SERVICE
126.77
REGIONAL VETERINARY SERVICE
130 .25
SCHENCK RUTH
SKILLS USA
KANSAS
SUPER NET
70192 0 0357 TIMBER CREEK
I.,IEATS
70193 0 9694 US POSTAL SERVICE
126.77
130.25
PF
800.00
805.00
215.00
800.00
805.00
PF
053114
FAST TEAM MEMBER ST
PF
062314
REGISTRATION AND
215. 00
PF
062314
ADVISOR REGISTRATIO
290 .00
290 00 PF 030695
PROTECTION SCREENS
500 .00
500 00 PF 61154
FRESH BTEF
600 00 PF r7658097
ACCT 17658097
70195 0
600.00
990.00
35.50
29.50
25.50
29.50
70195 0
r492r,25
70194 0 1739 V]SA
70195 0 6704 l^lAVE l^iIRELESS
70195 0
LIT
PF 1P44314
150.00 PF 77
1223
TOP 15X I4EDALS
PF 140391
I,IORKING CATTLE
RO
020 00
7019i 0 0321
70i95 0
NON CONTRACT DIESEL
5554. 03
61409 060414 70190 0
61453 060414
44130 060414
12680 060414
61431 060414
15650 060414
15350 060414
15350 060414
153s0 060414
61010 060414
15639.02 PF 167530
18 ,00
60.00
AWARDS
70182 0 0355 JOSTENS, INC.
for" Ck.# 70190
15639. 02
280 00
70181 0 4246 GARY'S
for Ck.# 70185
BLDG TRADES SUPPLIE
AG SUPPLIES
170. 18
70176 0 OO24 BARTLETT CO-OP
61060 060414 70186 0 0196
07i9i4-01 096 61060 060414 70186 0
141607-01 006 13800 060414 70186 0
Total for Ck.# 70186
2050
r4I794-0I 006 14440 060414 70187 0 6723
141941-01 034 44150 060414 70188 0 2729
185014-01 087 87700 060414 70189 0 O3O4
141780-01 096 61431 060414 70190 0 6721
141781-01 096
Total
141665-01 096
141823-01 034
141877-01 006
141680-01 096
10
UNIF]ED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO1O1 LABETTT BANK CHECKING
R-
Order #
061114-01 099
061114-02 099
061114-03 087
061114-04 087
061114-05 08/
422185-01 099
Total
422205-01 024
422159-01 096
422232-01 034
Total
141565-01 034
141938-01 034
Total
141940-01 006
131014-01 099
073714-01 096
141939-01 006
141939-02 006
Total
141499-01 006
141452-01 006
141795-01 006
141945-01 006
141790-01 006
141652-01 016
141652-02 096
Total
071814-01 096
PAGE
I^IARRANTS
1080 00 PF HOSA CARD 1T85
HOSA CONFERENCE REG
tì
pì es
]NTTRNET SERVICE
29 50 PF Muì
p1 es
INTERNET SERVICE
25 50 PF
ti
Muì ti
pl es
INTERNET SERVICE
35 50 PF Muì
29 50 PF l,4uìt1pìes
I492I
25 PF
l"1uì
tì
pl es
INTERNET SERVICE
]NTERNET SERVICE
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WARRANTS
11
dì r: >mapp2
DATE
06/05/14
STATUS
-
Punchase
O-
FND
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO1O1 LABETTT BANK CHECK]NG
R-
SACCT
Order #
Date Check Sts Vendon
Paid
No.
Tota l for Ck.# 70195
141612-01 096 61431 0604i4 70196
I4t6t2-02
No.
0rder
Amount
Name
for
Ck.# 70i96
0068 GAYLORD OPRYLAND RESORT
r4r942,0r
096 61409 060414 70197
0
4039 HOLIDAY INN AT THT
099 91222 060514 70798
0
0335 t^lALf4ART C0l'11'lUNITY
648.00
1294.26
r4r746-01
096 61140 060514 70198 0
CAMPUS
BRC
476.75
167 .75
034 44050 060514 70198 0
500 .00
0605t4 70198 0
1000.00
29.55
099 91222 060514 70\98 0
141750-01 096 61453 060514
141786-01 006 13850 060514
141787-01 006 14440 060514
141807-01 096 51355 060514
r4].872-0I 024 27950 060514
141872-02 024 27900 060514
r4r925-0r 096 61140 060514
r4t925-02 096 61140 060514
Tota.ì
for
79
23
20
70198 0
70198 0
ptì
Descri
on
Typ
647.73 PF |2426-F27I2N
1294
.26 PF 12426-F27I2N
PF Muì
29r.62
r25.82
PP Muì
76
29.55
79.76
23
a1 t.)
98
37
28 84
70198 0
476.75
t67 .75
STUDENT ROOI'4S DISTR
ADVISOR ROOMS
3
NIG
tì
pl es
AGS STC SNACKS
pl es
CLASSROOI'1 TEACHING
PP
tì
l4uì tì
pì es
SUPPL I ES
PF
04r4r4
PF
042314
AGS STC SNACKS
BATTERI ES
PF 050114
SR SOFTBALL
.68
28.84
PF 050214
TAPE
PF
050214
r43
42
r43.42
PF 051314
70198 0
139 93
21 92
139.93
PF Mul
70198 0
ADV]SOR ROOMS STATE
042rr4
PF
70198 0
2r.92
PF
tì
AWARDS
FRAMES FOR GRADUATI
TEACHTRS LAST DAY F
pl es
FOOD SUPPLIES
Muìtiples
MISC SUPPLIES
tì pì es
ltì pì es
70198 0
90.47
90.47
PF Mul
SUPPLI ES
70198 0
31. 11
3r.11
PF l4u
ASBESTOS I4EETING PI
Ck.# 70198
141679-0r 096 61431 060514 70199
141903-01 006 1.2440 060514 70200
188014-01 099 91442 060514 7020I
049414-01 006 13600 060514 70202
050214-01 091 52750 060514 70202
050214-02 091 52760 060514 70202
050214-03 091 52770 060514 70202
050214-04 091 52800 060514 70202
050214-05 091 52810 060514 70202
064614-01 099 91405 060514 70202
0646\4-02 099 91222 060514 10202
066114-01 013 23868 060514 t0202
068514-01 099 91222 060514 10202
068514-02 087 8t714 060514 10202
068514-03 08/ 87718 060514 70202
071114-01 090 48580 060514 70202
LZTI 10
0
0
0
0
500
204
00
22
74
50
03
0
234
234
234
234
234
0
II2
0
112.90
134.50
0
0
0
0
0
1502 ANDERSON CHARLES þ1ART]N JR
0261 POSTIlASTER
0391 TROTNIC LUI4BER
1739 VISA
00
CARD 0526
04
04
2r5.90 PF
90
73.37 PF CARD 0534
-71 1A
PF CARD 0534
134.50 PF CARD 0484
03
04
2r.38
0
148.65
49.48
436.55
0
0
072614-01 096 51355 060514 70202 0
41.11
23.24
0/3114-01
096 51355 060514 70202 0
53. 12
074714-01 091 52760 060514 70202 0
074714-02 091 52770 060514 70202 0
49.97
10202 0
250.00 PF CARD 1185
264.00 PF f4ul tì pl es
22.50 PF 098036
68.90 PF
2r5.90 PF
2r5.90 PF
215.90 PF
2r5.90 PF
00
0
0725t4-01 096 51355 060514 70202 0
141615-01 096 61431 060514
141615-02 096 61409 060514
141648-01 096 61435 060514
141649-01 096 61435 060514
141664-01 096 61453 060574
r4r799-01 096 61409 060514
141799-02 006 14440 060514
141810 01 096 61435 060514
Pajd
70204
1941 39
068214-01
141480-01
1415s9,01
141673-01
034 43702
Amount Pay Invoìce
-
15041 25
0
096 61409 060414 70196 0
Total
NUMBERS 69945
49.98
208 ,33
TRIP STUDENT
L
POST OFFICE BOX
STC SUPPLIES
CAROLINAS PRESERVID
CARD 0484
PHONICS INTERVENTIO
CARD 0484
TITLE
CARD 0484
TITLE
CARD 0484
TITLE
CARD 0484
TITILE
27.38 PF CARD 0534
148.65 PF CARD 0534
49.48 PF CARD 0534
500.03 PF CARD 0484
41.11 PF CARD 0559
23.24 PF CARD 0559
53
49
49
HOSA
BGS
I"1 VALLEY
M
VIEI^J
BOOKS, EGS STC SUPP
BOOKS, AGS STC SUPP
GRIEF SUPPLIES
AGS NUPA
AGS TRAINING
AGS KIDS TIME
FRACTION RESOURCES
VONI¡IEDELL RETIREI4EN
VONI¡IEDELL RETIREI4TN
12 PF CARD 0559
VONI^IEDELL REiTREMEN
97 PF CARD 0484
sTH GR FRACTIONS
98 PF CARD 0484
100 00 PF
CARD 1185
TGS SMALL GROUP MAT
STUDENT SHUTTLE DIS
70202 0
50.00
50.00 PF CARD 1185
70202 0
364 .7 4
364 .7 4 PF CARD 0492
HA¡,1PTON
70202 0
200.00
0492
MEAL MONEY FOR KU
70202 0
39.80
0492
GATORADE SQUEEZE BO
70202 0
50 .00
70202 0
.00
70202 0
180.00
183.04 PF CARD
47 .58 PF CARD
50.00 PF CARD
5.00 PF CARD
94.70 PP CARD
ADVISOR SHUTTLE
INN
LAWRENC
1185
ADVISOR LUGGAGT
1185
AFFORDABLE BUTTONS
0492
STATE TENNIS MEALS
R
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dì r: >mapp2
DATE 06/05/14
-
STATUS
Purchase
O-
FND
LIST OF
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OOlOl LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R-
SACCT
Date Check Sts Vendor
Paìd
Order #
No.
141820-01 096 6rß5 060514 70202
605144-01 099 91305 060514 70202
Total for Ck.# 70202
141480-01 034 44050 060514 70203
141882-01 006 22650 060514 70204
141882-02 006 22650 060514 10204
141882-03 006 22800 060514 70204
141883-01 006 22650 060514 70204
141883-02 006 22650
141883-03 006 22650
141883-04 006 22650
141883-05 096 611.40
141883-06 006 22800
141883-07 006 22650
141883 08 006 22650
141883-09 006 i3800
Tota l
for
060514
060514
060514
060514
060514
060514
Total
No
0rder
Amount
Name
Amount Pay Invojce
Paid
0
292.72
292.72 Pt
0
527 .78
448.72 PF CARD 0542
0
0335 WALMART COI"]IIUNITY
0
4689 VISA
CARD 0492
STATE TENNIS
M VAL STC
PROGRAI4 S
0
75 00 PF
CARD
0518
0
.00
51 68 PF
CARD
0518
INTEREST AND PO 141
0
74.I9
74 19 PF
CARD
2t05
OUTSIDE UNLEAD
OUTSIDE UNLEAD
0492
CLASSROOM TEACHING
68 42 PF
CARD
0518
OUTSIDE DIESEL
OUTSIDE DIESEL
77 32
PP CARD
25.02
02 PF
CARD
2105
70204 0
60. 16
60 16 PF
CARD
2105
OUTSIDE DIESEL
70?04 0
76.64
76 64 PF
CARD
2105
OUTSIDI
PF CARD
210s
WIRELESS MICROPHONE
70204 0
407
.2r
407
2I
73.90
/ó 90
PF CARD 2105
70204 0
75. 00
1t 00
PF CARD
060514 70204 0
060514 70204 0
75.00
75 00 PF
.00
30 69 PF
R
1092.9r
1240 TOUCHTONE
COI'IMUNICATIONS
107 .03
58.55
156.09
R
R
2105
OUTSIDE DIESEL
CARD
2105
I4]SSING AI4AZON
UTI
LITI
ES
ti
ti
Mul ti
pì es
ACCT 314146527
pl es
ACCT 313033004
pì es
ACCT 314184440
PF Mul
pì es
ACCT 313109326
PF
pl es
ACCI 314078872
pl es
ACCT 313493241
PF
tì
Muì tì
Mul tì
Mul tì
pl es
ACCT 313696202
PF
Muìtiples
ACCT 420081654
052rr4 6995r
R
263.64
43.94
263.64
006 23050 052114 69951
R
r3L.82
131 .82 PF
052rr4 6995r
R
006 23050 052114 69951
R
358.48
43.94
358.48
43.94
773.07
39.61
44.03
773.0r
PF
39.61
44.03
CENTURYL I NK/EI"IBARQ
R
R
R
43.94
1698.47
Total
BILLS APPROVED BY BOARD OF EDUCATION ON 06105/14
435178.98
421493.67
RECE
UTILITIES LC
UTILIT]ES EL AND
PF Mu1
006 12610
5'085
SDC
CARD
PF Ì"1uì
R
69951
DR]VERS MEALS
OUTSIDE DIESTL
32r.67
69950
141832-06 006 12560 052rr4 6995r
141832-07 006 12610 052114 69951
141832-08 006 12610 0521\4 69951
UNLEAD
2I05
107.03 PF 6207845326
58.55 PF 6207845326
156.09 PF 6207845326
052II4 6995I
for Ck.#
on
500,00
68.42
75.00
BRC
006 12560
Tota l
pti
4003.11
Ck.# 70204
006 72460
Descrì
70204
Typ
70204 0
for Ck.#
-
NUI1BERS 69945
T2
70204 0
141806-01 006 1261.0 052rr4 69950
141806-02 006 12560 052rr4 69950
141806-03 006 12460 052rr4 69950
141832-01
141832-02
141832-03
141832-04
141832-05
PAGE
WARRANTS
BD
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IdARRANTS
13
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DATE
06/05/14
STATUS
-
O-
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
BANK OO1O1 LABETTE BANK CHECKING
R_
NUMBERS
SUIII4ARY BY CHECK STATUS
Type
Order
Amount
Amount Paid
0
433158.84
419473.53
R
2020.r4
2020.r4
SUMI'4ARY
71703.51
134.50
006
GENERAL FUND
013
AT RISK K-12
016
CAPITAL OUTLAY
018
DRIVERS TRAINING
024
FOOD SERVICE FUND
8719. 13
FUND
026
INSTRVICE
030
SPECIAL IDUCATION
125.00
27822.44
FUND
1,072.57
FUND
FUND
034
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
070
TITLE IV A SAFE/DRUG FREE SCHO
087
FAST GRANT
089
ESSS GRANT
090
TITLE
TITLE
091
V]]
I
BY FUND (O/R)
FUND
155956.76
10909.71
1i486.64
5084.85
243.65
INDIAN
500. 03
ED
6184.06
FUND
096
LOCAL OPTION BUDGET
097
STC.SUMI'1ER BOOST
099
SAVE THE CHILDREN AFTER SCHOOL
100
SALES TAX
FUND
105425.94
3733.39
12080.84
310 ,65
69945
-
70204
11 :51 :37am
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03-03-03
MAPP2
REVENUE/EXPENSE/BALANCE
BY
PAGE
FUND
1
di r : >mapp2
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
REPORT PREPARED ON
06105/14
BUDGET YEAR
14
FOR
ALL
FUNDS
END
FUND
PREV.
BEG]NNING
NAI.,1E
CASH BALANCE
006 GENERAL FUND
+REVENUES
.PO
YEAR
EXPENSTS
54,968. 13
.00
8,800,274.55
78,268.39
00
816, 751 .98
353.51
00
384,960 .75
809,rr9.72
65.00
138,348.07
658,082.23
375.33
288.51
00
670,77L65
.00
1.8,296.II
76 ,401 .30
.00
00
76,401 .30
758,087 .75
00
281 ,860 ,39
,390.02
282,007.59
42,080.47
.20
.00
100.00
230.00
I,5I7.49
00
40
7,4r2,606.3I
.00
r,69I,156.97
87 ,956.40
.00
00
8i ,956.40
. 18
48,235.49
15,840.63
00
32,394.86
623,565. 01
.00
.00
00
.00
.00
518. 193.31
.00
00
518, 193.31
65.00
817 , 040.49
.00
227,494.96
44 ,937 .44
76,727 .4r
17 ,970 . 00
288 ,57 4 .44
75r,620.90
53 700.49
366.507 . 06
286,313.88
R
.00
623,565 . 01
.00
053 CONTIGENCY REST
518, 193. 31
.00
.00
FUND
034 VOCATIONAL
EDUC
051 KPERS SPECIAL
243,525.48
8
252.69
11
473,35i
)at
J/J.JÙ
055 STD l'1AT REVOLVE
123,005 . 38
35, 545 .63
.00
19, 107 .95
139,443.06
062 BOND AND INTERE
436 , 160 .56
493,024.45
.00
534 ,322.50
394,862.5I
2t.I74.81
12,500 .00
.00
55,432.66
-2I,757 .85
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
344.45
48,261..00
344.45
.00
34,074.00
.00
54,049.37
17,168.46
.00
14,610 .63
15, 763.30
.00
.00
424.46
4.067 .78
55,909. 00
192,813.00
rr.363.42
I,986.97
32,004.67
61,040.17
235,755.42
-5.788.37
16,905.54
14,610.63
-15,975.59
-4,037 .24
5,884.01
24,514.00
3,566.11
24,580.4r
.00
.00
.00
.00
.r4
2,562,685.59
40,649.86
I ,748, 088.69
0/0 TITLE IV A
SAFE
085 GEN-Y
086
TITLE
II-A
TEAC
087 FAST GRANT
088 SECONDARY
PROGR
690.24
089 TSSS GRANT
090
091
TITLE
TITLE
VII
I
INDIA
FUND
094 PARENTS AS
TEAC
12,457 .35
095 SUI4I'4ER SCHOOL
096 LOCAL OPTION
BU
162,039
BOOS
.00
.00
.00
3,46r.23
099 SAVE THE CHILDR
.00
tI4,253.90
.00
249,081 .51
556 .38
2,362.37
.00
2.282.77
097 SIC-SUMI"IER
100 SALES TAX
REPORT
TOTALS
3,437,470.72
-
00
r.]rt.522.95
030 SPECIAL EDUCATI
YEAR UNENCU14BERED
CANCEL. PO'S) =CASH BALANCE
.00
016 CAPITAL OUTLAY
026 INSERV]CE
-ENCUI4BRANCES
578,495.98
I NG
(PREV
79 ,586.25
78,643.72
FU
-
& CURR.
a1
.00
024 FOOD SERVICE
EXPINSES =CASH BALANCE
8,207 .260.62
AT RISK (4YEAR
013 AT RISK K_12
018 DRIVERS TRAIN]N
_
69,486.08
011
PREV.
CURR, YEAR
15,986,044.36
166,823.53 16,692,478.52
38.
7
,562.98
11
00
139,404.95
.00
00
394 ,862.51.
,025. 00
00
-28,782.85
00
00
.00
00
00
-5,788.37
97
00
76,7r0 .57
00
00
14,610.63
Eal t1
00
-16,497 .r2
I94
1 535
89
243.93
.00
-5,573.13
-46,9s8.05
2,25I.49
6 096 44
2 3I7 90
.00
-66.4r
.00
00
,00
.00
935,986, 18
46,549 .54
512.53
889,436.64
-3.46L23
.00
.00
134,827 .6r
635.98
3,78i .68
.00
.00
.00
-40 ,861 .61
-
1.47
2.564,2r3.03
303,565.70
756.46
-3,46r.23
-
138,609.29
635.98
2,260 ,647 .33
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11:51:40am
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BANK ACCOUNT SUMMARY
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #506
REPORT PREPARED ON
SACCT
BANK
06105/14 BUDGIT YEAR 14
AMOUNT
00 101
LABITTE BANK
00 102
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSITS
001 05
COMMUN]TY NATL BANK
001 06
INVESTMENTS 2OO4 BOND
CHECKING
,531 ,061.38
I
,
000, 000 .00
48,274.65
.00
TOTAL
PAYROLL
1
LIABILITIES
2,579 ,336.03
15, 123.00
2,564.213.03
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03-03-03
MAPP2
REVENUT/EXPENSE/BALANCE
BY
#506 H.S, ACTIV]TY
FUND
PAGE
FUND
1
di t :>ACT
USD
RIPORT PREPARED ON 06102114 BUDGET YEAR
14
FOR ALL FUNDS
ENDI NG
FUND
PREV.
BEGI NNI NG
NAIf T
YEAR
CURR.
PREV. &
YEAR
CURR.
(PRTV
YEAR
UNENCUMBERED
CASH BALANCE
+REVENUES
_PO EXPENSES
- EXPENSTS
=CASH BALANCE
010 YEARBOOK
3,486. 73
9,216.5r
.00
3, 561 .61
9, 141 .63
180 .00
,00
I,961 .63
011 LCHS GATE RECEI
r,264.14
36,367 .44
.00
30 ,952.26
6,679 .32
100 .00
.00
013
1 , 142
,550 . 12
.00
9,278.75
4r3.67
.00
.00
986 .53
67 .25
.00
45 .00
1 , 008.78
.00
.00
I , 008.78
MEMR
400.22
.00
.00
.00
400.22
.00
.00
400,22
25 ,208 .7 4
.00
.279.07
9, 000 .61
4,693.36
870.02
.00
r,424,33
.00
1,333. 19
.9I
25,648.92
.00
22,767 .75
9,444.29
.00
18
.00
-26.7r
.00
,883.72
729.60
504,79
650.00
.00
,602.88
94.70
I ,37 4 .34
9,949 .08
623.29
18.69
4.307 .25
41.15
.00
CHRI
3,070 94
I,928.65
00
.00
18.69
.00
.00
.00
18.00
00
.00
18. 00
198.34
,00
253.00
22r.02
00
.00
.00
16, 158. 10
I ,395. 17
00
.00
.00
34,934,07
253.69
00
.00
253.69
3, 574.33
16,684.66
34.799.26
18.299.05
22I.02
I,395.17
.00
16,757 .67
5,115.71
500 00
.00
4,615.7I
65.96
11.07
.00
.00
77 .03
00
.00
77 .03
4r0.73
.00
.00
.00
410.73
00
.00
4r0.73
rr2.99
00
.00
rr2.99
111 . JU
11
00
.00
333.33
00
,00
4. 15
45
.00
r.r82.23
00
,00
00
.00
824.75
340.08
00
.00
18
.00
CLUB
015
VIC
016
F.B.L.A.
0r7
FELLOI^]SH]
GIORGE
P
018 FFA
7 .061
024
L
_
.30
I ,904.13
019 FCCLA
020 LC FLAG
CORP
CLUB
025 GLOBAL EXPED]TI
868 .61
027 I-1USIC
388. s0
CHORUS
HOSA
030 SADD
032 SEN]ORS 2013
033 GIRLS Sl^JIl"l
TEAM
035 LCHS FOOTBALL
I
17
653.59
18.00
275.68
026 LIBRARY CLUB
028
PO'S) =CASH BALANCE
6,579.32
4r3.67
BAND
014 CHESS
-ENCUMBRANCES CANCEL.
19
00
1
,503.00
.00
1
00
2.405.00
.00
2.07r.67
,390 .01
JJJ
56 .45
r.07 4 .28
.00
I , 126.58
4. 15
039 LC CHTERLEADTRS
407 .92
.00
2.357.48
r,292.68
040 STUDENT COUNC]L
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