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Board Packet - Poplar Bluff Public Schools
Poplar Bluff R-I Board of Education Meeting
Time: June 23, 2016 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm CST
Location: Board of Education Room, 1110 N. Westwood Blvd., Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Description: Regular Session
Tentative Agenda
Section
Agenda Item
Presenter
Prayer -- Fellowship General Baptist Church
Pastor Byron
Beck
Pledge of Allegiance
John Scott,
Board President
Mission Statement -- Achieving Excellence Through Learning:
Every Child, Every Hour, Every Day
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
John Scott
Roll Call and Declaration of Quorum
Barbara Green,
Board Secretary
3. Public Forum
3a.
District Patrons
1) Girls Softball Field
3b.
MNEA/MSTA
3c.
Other Employee Groups
3d.
Student Council
4. Minutes
FULL BOARD
4a.
Regular/Closed Meeting May 19, 2016
4b.
Work-Session Meeting June 16, 2016
5. Financials
Monthly Financial/Investment Report -- FULL BOARD
5a.
Financial Report Memo
5b.
Monthly Budget Report May 2016
5c.
Construction Finance Report
5d.
Bank & Cash Reconciliation
James Gerber
John Scott
Rod Priest
Section
Agenda Item
5e.
POs $25,000.00 & Over Expenditures
5f.
Expenditure Report Summary
5g.
ASBR Budget Report
5h.
VISA Check Register Report
6. Agenda
Presenter
Adoption of Agenda -- FULL BOARD
7. Action Items
7a.
Drop Outs/Annual Graduation Rate Program Evaluation &
Assessment -- FULL BOARD
Michael Kiehne
7b.
Exchange Student Approval -- FULL BOARD
Michael Kiehne
7c.
Transportation Salary Schedule -- ROLL CALL
Rod Priest
7d.
2016-2017 District Budget -- ROLL CALL
Rod Priest
7e.
Quarterly Budget Amendment -- ROLL CALL
Rod Priest
7f.
Superintendent Authorization/Transfer Resolution -- ROLL CALL
Rod Priest
7g.
eRate Bids -- ROLL CALL
Aaron Badgley
7h.
Board of Education Goals -- FULL BOARD
John Scott
7i.
District Mission Statement -- FULL BOARD
John Scott
7j.
2016-2017 Board Meeting Schedule -- FULL BOARD
John Scott
7k.
District Committee Appointments -- FULL BOARD
John Scott
8a.
MSBA Delegate Report
Alana Robertson
8b.
Booster Club Annual Report
Ralph Innes
8c.
Section 504/Title II Procedures Manual & Forms -- Policy
Regulation #2110
Amy Jackson
8d.
Additional Special Education Teacher
Amy Jackson
8e.
AD Administrative Assistant Budget Change
Amy Jackson
8f.
2016-17 Meal Prices/Food Service Guidelines & Regulations
Rod Priest
Presenting in Superintendent Hon’s Absence
Rod Priest
8. Discussion Items
9. Superintendent's
Report
Section
9a.
Agenda Item
Construction Update
1) K & S Report
2) Zoellner Report
9b.
Calendar Items:
1) July 4 -- Independence Day -- School Offices Closed
2) July 19-21 -- Capturing Kids' Hearts Training
3) July 21 -- School Board Meeting -- 7:00 p.m.
4) July 26-28 -- Capturing Kids' Hearts Training
10. Closed Session
11. Adjournment
Real Estate & Personnel Issues [Statute 610.021(2, 3, 13)] -ROLL CALL
Presenter
May 19, 2016
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POPLAR BLUFF R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING
REGULAR SESSION
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016
BOARD OF EDUCATION ROOM, 1110 N. WESTWOOD, POPLAR BLUFF, MO
The Poplar Bluff R-I Board of Education met in regular session on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. in the Board of
Education Room at 1110 N. Westwood, Poplar Bluff, MO.
The invocation was given by Pastor Dennis Ward, Memorial Baptist Church.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those present and President John Scott read the district mission statement.
Special Recognition: Matt Blevins reviewed and introduced FFA students that were recognized for placing first on the
Floriculture team: Sophia Harrison, Trinity Smith, Summer Whitmer, and Brandon Schisler. The Agronomy team was
Andrew Ellsworth, Logan Dunlap, and Nick Simpson. FFA knowledge first place was Kaylee Smith, Lauren McDonough,
Millie Cato, and Brianna Pickens.
1.
Call to Order: John Scott, Board President
2.
Roll Call:
Members present:
Cynthia Brown
Ken Davis
Roger Hanner
Alana Robertson
Quorum declared.
3.
Public Forum
3a.
District Patrons
Raymond McManus approached the Board concerning the lack of lights and the arrangement of the
tennis courts at the new High School. Stated the District would be able to purchase the lights, poles and
additional supplies at a $30,000-$50,000 savings if purchased through him (Dakota Electric).
John Scott
Steve Sells
Heather Tuggle
Members absent:
3b.
MNEA/MSTA
MNEA President Treena Murray and MSTA President Karmen Carson were in attendance but had no
report.
3c.
Other Employee Groups
No one came forward to speak.
3d.
Student Council
STUCCO students were out for the summer.
4.
Minutes of Previous Meetings
Motion was made by Brown to approve the minutes of the regular/closed meetings on April 21, 2016. Motion was
seconded by Robertson. The motion carried with all voting aye.
5.
Monthly Financial /Investment Reports
Assistant Superintendent-Business Rod Priest reviewed the monthly financial/investment reports. A motion was
made to accept the reports by Sells and seconded by Davis. Motion carried with all voting aye.
6.
Adoption of Agenda
Motion was made to adopt the agenda by Robertson and seconded by Brown. Motion carried, all voting aye.
7.
Action Items
7a.
Dille & Traxel Planning Proposal
Priest presented the proposal set forth by Dille & Traxel concerning what school district projects are
needed once the large phase of construction currently under way is completed. Davis made the motion to
approve the proposal for planning services and Sells seconded the motion.
May 19, 2016
Regular Session
Page 82
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
7b.
Approval of Poplar Bluff Public School Foundation Board Election
Motion by Sells to approve the Poplar Bluff Public School Foundation Board of Directors and Davis
seconded the motion. With all voting aye, motion carried.
7c.
Conflict of Interest/Financial Disclosure Resolution (2016)
Motion by Brown and seconded by Tuggle to approve the Conflict of Interest/ Financial Disclosure
Resolution.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
7d.
Authorization of Representatives for Federal/Special Programs
Motion by Brown and seconded by Robertson to authorize the attached listing of representatives for
federal and special programs. Motion carried, all voting aye.
7e.
Vocational Education Program Evaluation and Assessment
Sells made a motion to approve the Vocational Education Program Evaluation and Assessment presented
by Vocational Director Charles Kinsey and Davis seconded the motion. With all voting aye, the motion
carried.
7f.
At-Risk/Alternative Education Program Evaluation and Assessment
Motion by Davis and seconded by Tuggle to approve the program evaluation for At-Risk/Alternative
Education as presented by Attendance Officer Misty Dodson including Senior High Graduation Center,
OKIS/ISS, and Saturday Schools. Motion carried, all voting aye.
7g.
Elementary Redistricting
Sells made a motion to approve the redistricting to keep the O’Neal first grade numbers consistent as the
other elementary buildings. Davis seconded the motion.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
May 19, 2016
Regular Session
Page 83
7h.
Third Grade Report Cards—Policy #6450
Motion made by Sells to approve standards based third grade report cards and changing policy #6450 to
reflect the change. Motion seconded by Brown.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
7i.
Handbook/Manual Revisions for 2016-2017
Motion by Davis and seconded by Brown to approve the handbook/manual revisions for 2016-2017.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
7j.
Bids
1)
2)
Chrome Books
Robertson made motion to accept the bids of $158,032 for Dell 11” Chromebooks and $36,055 for
Dell 13” Chromebooks from Dell, Inc. and $58,561 for AVER C301 storage/security carts from
CDW-G all presented by Media Director Aaron Badgley. Davis seconded the motion and a roll call
vote was taken as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
Buses
Motion made by Sells to approve the purchase of four buses from Central States Sales for the
amount of $260,360 and one trip bus at a cost of $29,586 (minus trade-ins). Total cost is
$289,946. Motion seconded by Tuggle. Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
May 19, 2016
Regular Session
Page 84
3, 4, 5) Eugene Field Playground Equipment, Chain Link Fence & Installation, and Garage
Demolition at Eugene Field
Davis made a motion to accept the bid of $29,996.88 from Power Play of Farmington for Eugene
Field playground equipment and installation; $4500 for installation of O’Neal playground
equipment; to accept bid of 96” chain link fence of $13,675 from Country Gardens of Southeast
Missouri; and accept bid of $4000 to demolish garage building at Eugene Field and all concrete
under the building by Landgraf & Sons LLC. Robertson seconded the motion.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
7k.
6, 7)
High School & O’Neal Walk-in Freezer & Installation
Motion made by Davis to accept bid of $21,137 by Bluff Heating and Cooling for walk-in freezer
and installation at High School; accept bid of $18,229 from Bluff Heating and Cooling for walk-in
freezer and installation at O’Neal; and amend budget to cover the costs. Sells seconded the
motion.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
8, 9)
Technical Career Center & Lake Road Exterior Trim Repair
Motion made by Robertson and seconded by Brown to accept bid from RL Persons Construction
Inc. for $19,000 to repair EIFS at Technical Career Center and accept the bid from Miller Drywall
Inc. of $8,593 for Lake Road EIFs repairs.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
Additional Nursing Positions
Assistant Superintendent-Personnel Amy Jackson provided the Board with information concerning two
additional licensed nursing positions for 2016-2017; one each for Oak Grove and Eugene Field. Brown
made motion to approve two additional licensed nurses and Tuggle seconded the motion.
Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
May 19, 2016
8.
9.
Regular Session
Page 85
7l.
Middle School Principal Salary
Davis made a motion to approve an increase on the administrator salary schedule from a 2.25 index to
2.39 of the Middle School Principal’s salary and approve all the salary protocols with the exception of
transportation. A new transportation protocol proposal is to be brought to the June work-session. Brown
seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
7m.
Contracted Transportation
For lack of a motion the contract with Transpar Group to provide management and services for the
Transportation Department died.
7n.
Salary Schedules 2016-2017
Motion was made by Davis to increase the certified base salary $750.00; reflecting by percentages on
classified and administrative schedules. Tuggle seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Hanner
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
8a.
Discussion Items
MSBA Delegate Report
MSBA Delegate Alana Robertson informed Board of recent legislation working through the Missouri House
and Senate.
8b.
District Facilities Tour
The Administration and Board members planned a tour of the new buildings for May 16, 2016, 5:00 p.m.
and it proved to be a productive tour for the Board, Administration and several Long Range Planning
Committee members.
8c.
Entry Software
Discussion ensued as to the benefits of entry software into the buildings and release of students to adults
that can be verified.
Superintendent Report
9a.
Construction Update
1)
K & S Report
2)
Zoellner Report
Superintendent Hon reviewed both K & S and Zoellner field reports stating both companies are currently
keeping their time schedules.
9b.
Calendar Items
Calendar items were reviewed by Hon.
Hon also reviewed with the Board the results of the EOCs for the High School and Junior High
Information was shared concerning a Cops Grant the District has an opportunity to pursue. The Board
directed the Superintendent to pursue the Cops Grant.
10.
Closed Session – Student, Real Estate, Personnel Issues [Statute 610.021(2,3,6,13)]
A motion was made by Sells and seconded by Davis to enter closed session pursuant to Section 610.021(3)(13),
Public School Laws of Missouri for the purpose of discussing personnel issues.
May 19, 2016
Regular Session
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Roll call vote as follows:
YES
NO
ABSTAINED
Hanner
x
Robertson
x
Sells
x
Tuggle
x
Brown
x
Davis
x
Scott
x
Motion carried with all voting aye.
Motion carried and Board took a short break at 9:52 p.m. before entering closed session.
Secretary
Attest: President
June 16, 2016
POPLAR BLUFF R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETING
Page 90
WORK-SESSION MINUTES
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2016
BOARD OF EDUCATION ROOM, 1110 N. WESTWOOD, POPLAR BLUFF, MO
The Poplar Bluff RI Board of Education met in work-session on Thursday, June 16, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. in the Board of
Education Room at 1110 N. Westwood, Poplar Bluff, MO.
The invocation was given by Board President John Scott.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those present and President John Scott read the district mission statement.
Recognition: The Boys and Girls Club Director, Chris Rushin, presented retiring Superintendent Chris Hon with a
framed thank you, signed by some of the students, for supporting the Boys and Girls Club.
Call to Order: John Scott, Board President
Roll Call:
Members present:
Cynthia Brown
Ken Davis
Roger Hanner
Alana Robertson
John Scott
Steve Sells
Heather Tuggle
Quorum declared.
Members absent:
Adoption of Agenda
Motion was made to adopt the agenda by Brown seconded by Davis. Motion carried, all voting aye.
Discussion Items
Board of Education Goals
Board members were asked to review their Board of Education Goals to determine if any changes need to be made before
approval at the June 23, 2016 Board meeting.
District Mission Statement
Board members were asked to review their District Mission Statement to determine if any changes need to be made before
approval at the June 23, 2016 Board meeting.
2016-17 Board Meeting Schedule
The 2016-17 Board meeting schedule was provided for any changes or corrections.
2016-17 District Budget
Assistant Superintendent-Business Rod Priest gave a power point presentation of the 2016-17 budget and answered
questions from the Board. The budget is to be brought back to the Board on June 23. Discussion on the transportation
salaries was also included with a flat rate suggested, sign up bonus, resign up bonus, attendance incentive, etc. Future
Funding was answered as well Superintendent Hon stated that as in the past, future funding for salaries and raises
would be from city assessment, state foundation formula, and federal funds.
Tennis Courts & Lighting
Board members discussed lighting at the new tennis courts at the new High School but decided at this point and time to
not install lights.
Adjournment
A motion was made by Davis and seconded by Sells to adjourn. Motion carried, all voting aye, and the Board adjourned at
8:02 p.m.
Secretary
Attest: President
MEMO ON MAY 2016 FINANCIAL REPORT
Dear Board of Education:
Please find the attached financial information for the month ending MAY 2016. Total revenues for the month were
$3,747,500.99 up from last May by 437,684.66. Expenditures for the month were $4,341,202.55 up from last May by
453,863.09 in all funds. Year to date the change in fund balance was a gain of $3,047,142.58 compared to this time last year.
Last month the gain was $3,063,321.01 and March was at $1,632,990.79 compared to that time last year. We ended last year
in the black by $981,885.92. We look to end the year well in the black. Since we use a cash basis of accounting we had some
revenues such as Title I, FEMA and Special Education carryover that was received in the current year. Summer school was not
paid in July of this year as in previous years but will be covered in the ending payrolls in June.
Title programs: We have received $987,484 more year to date than we ended last year although allocations did not increase.
FEMA: We received $421,241 more year to date than we ended last year and completed the project
Local Taxes: Up $83,000 YTD
Prop C: Up $296,021 YTD
Formula: Up $751,498 YTD
The gains in local and state funding are true gains. The federal gains are not to be considered as true gains in revenues but
reimbursements that spanned over two fiscal years when looking at total change in position in prior year on the comparison
worksheet.
The bills are attached.
Bills over 25K include: Hillyard for floor care wax, $28,028.00; PB Winair for new construction PTACS, $51,778.55;
Municipal Utilities, $46,449.15; Ittner professional services, $41,552.23; Chartwells for March, $233,557.00; Chartwells for
April, 296,460.35; Zoellner for FEMA, $58,669.05; and Midwest Environmental for asbestos abatement, $27,277.50;
The VISA report with details is attached in the packet in the amount of $57,910.76. If you need further information, please
give me a call and I will pull the entire invoices or prepare additional documentation as desired.
Respectfully,
Rod Priest, Asst. Supt. Business
ASBR Monthly Report May 2016
Beginning Balance 7/1/2015
Restricted Balances
Total Revenue to Date
Total Revenue and Balances
Transfer To
Transfer From
Expenditures to Date
Ending Balances
Balance Gain/ (Loss)
General Fund
$ 17,497,185.47
$
34,235.34
$ 22,429,025.13
$ 39,960,445.94
$
$ 16,317,822.97
$ 23,608,387.63
$ 6,111,202.16
Teachers Fund
$
$ 23,636,940.82
$ 23,636,940.82
$
$ 20,214,929.00
$ 3,422,011.82
$ 3,422,011.82
Debt Service
$
995,548.36
$
300,000.00
$
922,047.44
$ 1,917,595.80
$
$
$
664,797.50
1,252,798.30
257,249.94
Capital Projects
$ 8,676,527.19
$ 3,948,368.80
$ 12,624,895.99
$
$
$
$
Total All Funds
$ 27,169,261.02
$
334,235.34
$ 50,936,382.19
$ 78,105,643.21
5,407,691.10 $ 42,605,240.57
7,217,204.89 $ 35,500,402.64
(1,459,322.30) $ 8,331,141.62
Revenue and Expenditure Monthly Comparisons 2015-2016
Fund 1
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
Total
Revenues
Expenditures
336,122.82
819,469.97
706,342.80 1,248,646.89
470,646.89 1,429,740.59
1,801,076.16 1,960,945.57
1,319,589.44 1,389,551.91
3,005,986.29 2,073,088.95
9,708,099.21 1,246,988.94
1,010,106.02 1,316,491.99
1,019,210.54 1,724,840.65
1,685,286.55 1,219,017.17
1,366,558.41 1,889,040.34
22,429,025.13
16,317,822.97
Difference
-483,347.15
-542,304.09
-959,093.70
-159,869.41
-69,962.47
932,897.34
8,461,110.27
-306,385.97
-705,630.11
466,269.38
-522,481.93
0.00
Fund 3
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
6,111,202.16
Total
Revenues Expenditures
9,249.28
500.00
26,752.55
80,225.00
9,968.40
17,132.50
3,347.98
150.00
9,981.44
250.00
132,886.91
17,132.50
647,402.54
1,900.00
33,582.85
530,225.00
28,005.24
17,132.50
12,406.90
150.00
8,463.35
0.00
922,047.44
Difference
8,749.28
-53,472.45
-7,164.10
3,197.98
9,731.44
115,754.41
645,502.54
-496,642.15
10,872.74
12,256.90
8,463.35
0.00
664,797.50
257,249.94
Does not show transfers
Fund 2
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
Total
Revenues
Expenditures
1,933,903.00
210,684.44
2,080,313.59
408,484.74
2,036,276.18 2,164,888.84
2,212,291.94 2,189,690.33
2,066,617.52 2,164,602.86
2,122,458.27 2,209,538.75
2,446,327.29 2,159,529.02
2,105,738.72 2,164,606.10
2,086,148.11 2,182,494.06
2,392,461.05 2,160,637.07
2,154,405.15 2,199,772.79
23,636,940.82
20,214,929.00
Difference
1,723,218.56
1,671,828.85
-128,612.66
22,601.61
-97,985.34
-87,080.48
286,798.27
-58,867.38
-96,345.95
231,823.98
-45,367.64
0.00
Fund 4
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
3,422,011.82
Total
Does not show transfers
Revenues Expenditures
Difference
182,900.62
754,966.00
-572,065.38
33,632.31 1,118,080.08 -1,084,447.77
169,318.79
200,663.91
-31,345.12
139,991.60
163,568.34
-23,576.74
136,546.55
216,807.93
-80,261.38
477,766.24
134,834.18
342,932.06
2,315,416.26 2,254,834.44
60,581.82
90,832.84
107,504.53
-16,671.69
93,495.17
118,583.34
-25,088.17
90,394.34
85,458.93
4,935.41
218,074.08
252,389.42
-34,315.34
0.00
3,948,368.80
5,407,691.10
-1,459,322.30
Does not show transfers
SUMMARY
Fund 1
Revenues
Expenditures
22,429,025.13
16,317,822.97
Fund 2
23,636,940.82
20,214,929.00
Fund 3
922,047.44
664,797.50
Fund 4
3,948,368.80
5,407,691.10
Difference
Totals
50,936,382.19
42,605,240.57
8,331,141.62
Does not include Restricted
FUND BALANCE REPORT 2015-2016
Fund 1
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
Beginning Bal.
17,497,185.47
17,013,838.32
16,471,534.23
15,512,440.53
15,352,571.12
15,282,608.65
16,215,505.99
24,676,616.26
24,370,230.29
23,664,600.18
24,130,869.56
Rev - Exp
-483,347.15
-542,304.09
-959,093.70
-159,869.41
-69,962.47
932,897.34
8,461,110.27
-306,385.97
-705,630.11
466,269.38
-522,481.93
0.00
End Bal
17,013,838.32
16,471,534.23
15,512,440.53
15,352,571.12
15,282,608.65
16,215,505.99
24,676,616.26
24,370,230.29
23,664,600.18
24,130,869.56
23,608,387.63
0.00
Fund 3
Beginning Bal.
July
995,548.36
August
1,004,297.64
September
950,825.19
October
943,661.09
November
946,859.07
December
956,590.51
January
1,072,344.92
February
1,717,847.46
March
1,221,205.31
April
1,232,078.05
May
1,244,334.95
June
Rev - Exp
8,749.28
-53,472.45
-7,164.10
3,197.98
9,731.44
115,754.41
645,502.54
-496,642.15
10,872.74
12,256.90
8,463.35
0.00
End Bal
1,004,297.64
950,825.19
943,661.09
946,859.07
956,590.51
1,072,344.92
1,717,847.46
1,221,205.31
1,232,078.05
1,244,334.95
1,252,798.30
0.00
Fund 4
Beginning Bal.
Rev - Exp
July
8,676,527.19
-572,065.38
August
8,104,461.81 -1,084,447.77
September
7,020,014.04
-31,345.12
October
6,988,668.92
-23,576.74
November
6,965,092.18
-80,261.38
December
6,884,830.80
342,932.06
January
7,227,762.86
60,581.82
February
7,288,344.68
-16,671.69
March
7,271,672.99
-25,088.17
April
7,246,584.82
4,935.41
May
7,251,520.23
-34,315.34
June
0.00
End Bal
8,104,461.81
7,020,014.04
6,988,668.92
6,965,092.18
6,884,830.80
7,227,762.86
7,288,344.68
7,271,672.99
7,246,584.82
7,251,520.23
7,217,204.89
0.00
Note: Beginning Balance includes Restricted Balance
Fund 2
Beginning Bal.
July
0.00
August
1,723,218.56
September 3,395,047.41
October
3,266,434.75
November
3,289,036.36
December
3,191,051.02
January
3,103,970.54
February
3,390,768.81
March
3,331,901.43
April
3,235,555.48
May
3,467,379.46
June
Rev - Exp
1,723,218.56
1,671,828.85
-128,612.66
22,601.61
-97,985.34
-87,080.48
286,798.27
-58,867.38
-96,345.95
231,823.98
-45,367.64
0.00
End Bal
1,723,218.56
3,395,047.41
3,266,434.75
3,289,036.36
3,191,051.02
3,103,970.54
3,390,768.81
3,331,901.43
3,235,555.48
3,467,379.46
3,422,011.82
0.00
Note: This report does not show transfers
SUMMARY
Fund 1
Operating Fund Balances
Debt Service Fund Balance
Capital Projects Fund
Total All Funds
23,608,387.63
Fund 2
Fund 3
Fund 4
3,422,011.82
1,252,798.30
7,217,204.89
Does not Includes restricted funds
34,235.34
Totals
27,030,399.45
1,252,798.30
7,217,204.89
35,500,402.64
Expenditure Comparisons
2010-2011
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
2011-2012
2012-2013
41,723,384.76 42,533,936.64
43,610,563.25
Revenue Comparisons
1,858,344.48
2,776,904.22
2,322,157.11
3,442,112.51
2,431,140.47
3,987,275.94
10,826,567.57
2,851,164.16
3,984,657.07
2,991,207.77
3,255,466.47
40,726,997.77
3,884,165.97
2011-2012
2,828,984.92
2,318,891.65
2,290,044.08
2,321,881.47
2,819,554.13
4,969,822.99
10,985,184.46
3,485,238.54
3,470,014.35
2,956,890.98
2,878,925.70
41,325,433.27
4,415,693.28
$
(4,612,401.62) $
4,017,741.79
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
2,423,763.32
2,269,281.13
3,157,567.29
2,518,357.14
2,996,746.64
3,620,559.20
13,408,998.30
3,047,490.41
3,181,483.96
3,349,801.66
3,297,982.45
43,272,031.50
5,741,772.07
3,277,972.12
2,277,202.61
2,569,256.45
2,617,271.33
3,290,379.88
4,922,092.76
15,798,787.20
2,930,231.97
3,455,030.52
2,962,430.00
3,309,816.33
47,410,471.17
3,590,815.25
2,462,175.72
2,903,888.25
2,629,363.26
4,156,707.68
3,532,734.95
5,739,097.71
15,117,245.30
3,240,260.43
3,226,859.06
4,180,548.84
3,747,500.99
50,936,382.19
Total Change in Position Prior
4,335,393.07
3,047,142.58
Change Prior
(815,796.40)
626,685.64
60,106.81
1,539,436.35
242,355.07
817,004.95
(681,541.90)
310,028.46
(228,171.46)
1,218,118.84
437,684.66
3,525,911.02
(2,475,000.00)
46,869,329.71
$
(482,201.03)
897,971.32
449,314.64
233,430.06
190,555.61
(143,341.70)
1,414,724.02
(2,913,733.52)
590,576.96
(212,391.01)
453,863.09
478,768.44
50,019,400.50
2,478,948.78
2,631,450.25
2,481,206.22
2,716,611.98
2,441,066.64
5,556,076.50
11,859,103.81
3,595,072.97
3,276,093.46
3,155,977.45
3,411,436.14
43,603,044.20
3,266,285.51
45,741,126.55
Change Prior
(2,475,000.00)
Less Refi-Bonds
44,611,163.74
Gain/(Loss)
2015-2016
1,785,620.41
2,855,436.71
3,812,425.84
4,314,354.24
3,771,212.70
4,434,594.38
5,663,252.40
4,118,827.62
4,043,050.55
3,465,263.17
4,341,202.55
42,605,240.57
49,223,565.36
2010-2011
June
2014-2015
2,267,821.44
1,957,465.39
3,363,111.20
4,080,924.18
3,580,657.09
4,577,936.08
4,248,528.38
7,032,561.14
3,452,473.59
3,677,654.18
3,887,339.46
42,126,472.13
7,892,928.37
1,240,465.48 1,251,063.75
1,491,884.27 1,575,836.16
3,420,041.19 3,435,613.18
3,868,482.86 4,032,581.21
3,222,766.47 3,365,188.09
3,461,774.34 3,406,220.06
3,180,074.84 3,618,157.32
4,139,941.84 4,140,203.54
3,644,131.08 3,482,983.84
3,290,017.01 3,628,413.68
3,597,113.37 3,650,279.60
34,556,692.75 35,586,540.43
7,166,692.01 6,947,396.21
Less Refi-Bonds
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
2013-2014
2,023,865.03
1,698,861.25
3,441,554.16
3,962,273.62
3,528,965.01
3,836,990.66
3,462,848.28
4,157,436.08
3,332,553.76
3,460,976.57
3,560,690.46
36,467,014.88
9,618,548.37
2,831,702.83
2,386,891.60
3,775,226.93
3,997,748.33
3,922,790.54
4,287,190.18
4,098,321.70
4,306,870.31
3,566,543.61
3,864,829.96
3,969,600.63
41,007,716.62
8,215,848.74
46,538,803.57
$
2,928,240.32
51,001,286.42
$
981,885.92
YTD Revenues - Expenditures
8,331,141.62
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 07:15
Page 1
Bank & Cash Reconciliation
Fund Cash Balance:
Fund Number and Description
Cash Balance Comments
001 - GENERAL FUND
23,734,697.05
002 - TEACHERS FUND
3,939,044.50
003 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
1,252,798.30
004 - CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
7,217,204.89
Adjustment 1 :
.00
Adjustment 2 :
.00
Adjustment 3 :
.00
Adjustment 4 :
TOTAL :
.00
36,143,744.74
Bank Cash and Reconciled Balances:
Account Code & Bank
xxxx9100 - - 1ST COMMUNITY
xxxxOSIP - - MOSIP
xxxx1151 - BOK FINANCIAL -
Cash Balance
Reconciled Balance Comments
-102.24
.00
6,556.43
6,556.43
182,843.50
182,843.50
xxxx02-3 - - COMMERCE TRUST COM
.00
.00
xxxx01-5 - - COMMERCE TRUST COM
117,415.97
117,415.97
xxxx HRA - - 1ST COMMUNITY
xxxx04-9 - - COMMERCE TRUST COM
xxxx4532 - TCC PELL GRANT - FIRST MISSOURI STATE
-3,178.32
-3,178.32
300,000.00
300,000.00
10.72
10.72
xxxx8798 - MONEY MARK - SB - SOUTHERN BANK
825,997.49
825,997.49
xxxx8799 - KAY PORTER - SB - SOUTHERN BANK
471,847.39
471,847.39
xxxx8384 - GEN. CASH - SB - SOUTHERN BANK
5,512,643.99
xxxx8400 - DEBT SERV - SB - SOUTHERN BANK
652,688.83
xxxxHIPS - SCHOLARSHIPS xxxxS798 - ICS SWEEP-HOLD - SOUTHERN BANK
6,232,898.34 Bank Errors totaling $58,332.08 corrected in June
652,688.83
22,433.78
22,433.78
28,054,587.20
28,054,587.20
Outstanding Amount: xxxx9100 - - 1ST COMMUNITY
.00
-102.24
Outstanding Amount: xxxx8384 - GEN. CASH - SB - SOUTHERN BANK
.00
-720,254.35
Adjustment 1 :
.00
.00
Adjustment 2 :
.00
.00
Adjustment 3 :
.00
.00
Adjustment 4 :
.00
.00
36,143,744.74
36,143,744.74
TOTAL :
Bank Cash and Fund Cash are in Balance
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/17/2016
5/11/2016
Accounts Payable Expense
Jr High St Judes-1
16-205-36195
ENTRY FEES-8
16-105-36829
RICHARDSON, JENIFER R
MALDEN RI SCHOOL DIST
5/11/2016
OFFICIAL-65
16-105-37332
PAUL H BOYD
5/11/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
TRACK ENTRY FEES-2
STUDENT WORKER-11
OFFICIAL-10
STUDENT WORKER-11
STUDENT WORKER-11
BUS AIDE-13
26397-PBS-003-0
26397-PBS-002-0
OFFICIAL-64
LUNCH MONEY REFU
OFFICIAL-36
STUDENT WORKER-12
SRO J. COURTNEY-0
16-105-37971
16-007-38021
16-105-38044
16-007-38018
16-007-38019
16-001-37962
16-404-37791
16-404-37790
16-105-38042
16-007-38024
16-105-38050
16-007-38020
16-750-37231
JACKSON JR HIGH SCHOOL
BRADEY McCLUSKEY
BURFIELD, WILLIAM C
CIERRA CASSIN
DIANA MCADOO
FRANTAVIA INGRAM
GODFATHERS PIZZA
GODFATHERS PIZZA
HARPER, CHARLES
JAMES FREEMAN
JIM GERBER
KEONDRE MCCAIN
POPLAR BLUFF POLICE DEPT
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
1552323-0
OFFICIAL-9
STUDENT WORKER-27
524263-0
STUDENT WORKER-3
OFFICIAL-1
33431-15110-21
4384006017-0
1050132-0
1048673-1049616-0
1047216-0
22786-8
5031-0
16-404-37888
16-105-38051
16-007-38023
16-504-38011
16-007-38022
16-105-38043
16-006-37995
16-005-38078
16-005-38082
16-005-38084
16-005-38085
16-006-37993
16-404-37987
RENAISSANCE LEARNING
RONALD CHAPMAN
SAVON VINCENT
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
STEPHANIE NELSON
WINSTON, RANDAL
AMEREN UE
APPLE INC
ASSETGENIE INC
ASSETGENIE INC
ASSETGENIE INC
BAKER IMPLEMENT COMPANY
BILLINGTON ASPHALT PAVING
5/3/2016
CVN0678-0
16-005-38086
CDW GOVERNMENT
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Jr High Dinner & Bowling St Judes
AD JH TRACK INVITATIONAL
4/4
AD JV/V G SOCCER VS KELLY
4/29
AS JH TRACK INVITATIONAL
FS STUDENT WORKER 4/18-4/29
AD SEMO BASEBALL CONF 5/3
FS STUDENT WORKER 4/18-4/29
FS STUDENT WORKER 4/18-4/29
ECH BUS AIDE 4/18-4/29
MS CHOIR PIZZA PARTY 4/22
MS CHOIR PIZZA PARTY 4/21
AD G. SOCCER VS KELLY 5/4
FS STUDENT Z. FREEMAN 4/27
AD SEMO BASEBALL CONF 5/6
FS STUDENT WORKER 4/18-4/29
SRO J. COURTNEY EXPENSES
3/1
MS RENEWAL FEES 4/20
AD SEMO BASEBALL CONF 5/6
FS STUDENT WORKER 4/18-4/29
OG COPIER EXPENSES 4/30
FS STUDENT WORKER 4/18-4/29
AD SEMO BASEBALL CONF 5/3
MA LR UTILITIES
IT LOGIC BOARD 4/28
IT DISPLAY REPAIRS 4/26
IT DISPLAY REPAIRS
IT MACBOOK REPAIRS 4/18
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/24
KDG WALKING TRACK PAVED
4/25
IT SUPPLIES 4/26
6/10/2016
Dated:
1
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:13AM
40
Month
061903
062586
(80.00)
(150.00 )
5
5
063098
(100.00 )
5
063644
063669
063670
063671
063672
063673
063674
063674
063675
063676
063677
063678
063679
(200.00 )
9.10
70.00
9.00
10.00
57.00
120.50
195.50
100.00
51.90
70.00
9.00
24,970.45
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063680
063681
063682
063683
063684
063685
063686
063687
063688
063688
063688
063689
063690
7,430.40
70.00
13.00
120.31
20.00
70.00
166.50
355.95
894.00
526.00
1,048.00
76.70
4,260.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063691
1,141.11
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
2293172-0
57921-0
561302-3
27860-0
16-006-38102
16-005-38088
16-006-38025
16-506-37983
CHEMSEARCH
COMPANION CORPORATION
DECOTA ELECRIC SUPPLY
DONUT HOUSE
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
0073-1062-2
44311-0
700233075-0
ONEAL ELEM SCHOOL
16-006-38093
16-005-38087
16-006-38101
16-506-37195
5/3/2016
2016400416-0
16-001-38003
5/3/2016
2056930416-0
16-001-38056
5/3/2016
5022240-0
16-006-38029
EAST BUTLER CO SEWER DIS
HADDOCK CORPORATION
HILLYARD ST LOUIS
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
MARMIC FIRE AND SAFETY CO
5/3/2016
2746-0
16-006-38030
Midwest Environmental Studies
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
SCHOOL 1-17
1927511797-0
1929140111-0
LAKE ROAD ELECTRI
9672-0
16-006-38090
16-001-37699
16-001-37876
16-006-38094
16-006-37991
MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OZARK BORDER ELEC COOP
PROFESSIONAL WASH SYSTEMS
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
00073-01062-20
5495666-0
15265-5
1416311659-0
76379081-0
11646076-0
VEN-PAY-2,680
VEN-PAY-2,682
VEN-PAY-2,677
VEN-PAY-2,678
VEN-PAY-2,679
VEN-PAY-2,683
16-006-38095
16-506-37985
16-006-38068
16-005-38081
16-005-38079
16-404-37967
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY DIST. NO 3
REALLY GOOD STUFF
SMC ELECTRIC SUPPLY
TEAMVIEWER GMBH
ULINE SHIPPING SUPPLY
WORLDPOINT ECC
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
MO DEP OF REVENUE TAX WH
BUTLER CO CIRCUIT CLERK
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
2
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
MA SUPPLIES 4/26
HS SITE LICENSE 3/31
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/26
RETIREMENT SNACKS WIRTH
4/22
MA LR SEWER APRIL
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/20
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/25
ON TEXTBOOK SUPPLIES
063692
063693
063694
063695
1,099.49
3,342.03
1,163.04
69.96
5
5
5
5
063696
063697
063698
063699
315.84
52.00
70.41
3,523.87
5
5
5
5
SS SUPPLIES 4/22
063699
91.98
5
SS SUPPLIES 4/25
063699
155.74
5
MA ANNUAL INSPECTION FEES
4/26
MA HS ASBESTOS INSPECT
FEES 4/22
MA UTILITIES 5/1
SS SUPPLIES BELL 4/18
SS SUPPLIES 4/22
LAKE ROAD UTILITIES 5/1
MA GRASSHOPPER REPAIRS
4/19
MA LR WATER 3/21-4/19
ON PRIVACY SHIELDS 45/21
MA SUPPLIES 5/2
IT TEAMVIEWER 11 CORP 4/26
IT SUPPLIES 4/22
NURSE SUPPLIES 4/26
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
063700
76.00
5
063701
350.00
5
063702
063703
063703
063704
063705
2,832.93
48.05
100.00
2,082.66
1,461.70
5
5
5
5
5
063706
063707
063708
063709
063710
063711
063809
063809
063809
063809
063810
063811
141.20
40.91
1,657.32
2,799.00
142.77
853.24
485.48
29,520.90
6,418.64
15,143.12
4,810.00
56.88
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
VEN-PAY-2,684
VEN-PAY-2,685
VEN-PAY-2,686
VEN-PAY-2,687
VEN-PAY-2,688
VEN-PAY-2,689
VEN-PAY-2,690
VEN-PAY-2,691
R442925-0
201604-0
16-110-38106
16-000-38111
BUTLER CO CIRCUIT CLERK
BUTLER CO CIRCUIT CLERK
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
AUDIO ACOUSTICS INC
BIG RIVER TELEPHONE
5/5/2016
555645-0
16-105-38076
BOUDREAUX ATHELTICS
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
7164880-0
308102448418-0
561450-1
W25279430101-0
52600-0
248-16-0
16-105-38091
16-506-37451
16-110-38103
16-504-38129
16-110-38153
16-000-37741
BSN SPORTS
CLASSROOM DIRECT
DECOTA ELECRIC SUPPLY
DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY
DOWD SUPPLY COMPANY
EDUWEBLABS
5/5/2016
867-0
16-404-38131
HEARTLAND PRINTING
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/16/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
035616-0
331472-0
331472-1
12269-0
647711-0
64900-8
1929159094-0
1928729832-0
7415000-4
16-110-38062
16-110-38151
16-110-38151
16-000-37743
16-110-37419
16-110-37654
16-404-38112
16-205-37823
16-110-38104
HERFF JONES INC
IMAGE SKINCARE
IMAGE SKINCARE
KUTA SOFTWARE LLC
LAWSON SCREEN AND DIGITAL
METALWELD INC
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OZARK BORDER ELEC COOP
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
4214-0
215305-0
7389-0
16-000-38113
16-110-38059
16-110-38061
POPLAR BLUFF LIONS CLUB
POPLAR BLUFF WINAIR
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY DIST. NO 1
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
TCC COSMO EQUIPT MAINT 5/1
APRIL DISTRICT PHONE
SERVICES
AD FOOTBALL SHOULDER
PADS 3/15
AD SOFTBALL FENCE 5/2
ON BOOKS SUPPLIES 4/29
TCC SUPPLIES 5/2
OG SUPPLIES 4/27
TCC SUPPLIES LOCKS 4/11
HS SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL
FEES 4/25
NURSE SUPPLIES HEADBANDS
4/5
TCC NURSE SUPPLIES 4/25
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/3
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/3
HS SITE LICENSE FEES 4/25
TCC SUPPLIES 5/2
TCC SUPPLIES GASES
ELEM NURSE SUPPLIES 4/22
JH SUPPLIES 4/21
TCC TRADE HOUSE UTILITIES
5/1
QUARTERLY DUES R. PRIEST 4/1
TCC HVAC SUPPLIES 4/29
TCC TRADE HOUSE WATER 4/22
6/10/2016
Dated:
3
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
063812
063813
063814
063815
063816
063817
063818
063819
063820
063821
51.42
58.70
253.38
160.00
130.00
125.08
161.54
42.92
40.00
785.59
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063822
1,190.00
5
063823
063824
063825
063826
063827
063828
7,700.00
288.45
91.74
213.89
242.58
2,000.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
063829
350.00
5
063830
063831
063831
063832
063833
063834
063835
063835
063836
712.20
448.88
(448.88 )
1,301.00
312.01
191.63
69.66
22.60
22.24
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063837
063838
063839
85.00
137.50
9.66
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
4241580-0
6102F-63901-0
16-000-37744
16-105-38055
RENAISSANCE LEARNING
SEMO FOOTBALL OFFICIALS
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
524267-0
29016-0
LTE-16-012-109-0
6628-0
16-110-38096
16-105-38122
16-003-37263
16-504-38132
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
STRAWBERRIES
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
3467-0
026008-7
16-110-38156
16-110-38167
STUDENT AID ADMINISTRATORS
SYSCO MEMPHIS
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
247670-0
REG-0010193674-0
16-504-38128
16-105-37972
5/5/2016
18349-0
16-000-37870
TYLER BUSINESS FORMS
UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS
ASSOCIATION
USA TEST PREP
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
IN0557220-0
IN0557221-0
IN0557223-0
IN0557222-0
VEN-PAY-2,767
VEN-PAY-2,768
VEN-PAY-2,769
VEN-PAY-2,766
6032202010029792-35
6032202010029792-36
6032202010029792-37
6032202010029792-38
6032202010029792-39
6032202010029792-40
6032202010029792-41
6032202010029792-42
16-404-38133
16-404-38135
16-404-38137
16-404-38136
16-750-37234
16-750-36996
16-750-36997
16-750-37239
16-750-37516
16-750-37537
16-750-37588
16-750-37577
WILLIAM V MACGILL AND CO
WILLIAM V MACGILL AND CO
WILLIAM V MACGILL AND CO
WILLIAM V MACGILL AND CO
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
MO DEP OF REVENUE TAX WH
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
5/3/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
6032202010029792-43
6032202010030121-60
6032202010030121-61
16-750-37882
16-105-37517
16-105-37913
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
4
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
JH MATH RENEWAL FEES 4/25
AD FOOTBALL ASSIGNING FEES
5/2
TCC COPIER READINGS 4/30
AD MIZZUNO SHOES 5/3
EDU REIMBURSEMENT 3/18
OG TEACHER APPREC MEALS
5/2
TCC LOAN SERVICES 4/25
TCC MULES CAFE EXPENSES
4/29
OG SUPPLIES LABELS 4/26
AD CHEER CAMP DEPOSIT 4/27
063840
063841
2,184.00
40.00
5
5
063842
063843
063844
063845
278.48
92.00
4,709.27
770.00
5
5
5
5
063846
063847
635.00
1,340.29
5
5
063848
063849
64.78
800.00
5
5
HS ONLINE SUBSCRIPT FEES
4/20
NURSE SUPPLIES CABINET 4/21
NURSE SUPPLIES CABINET 4/27
NURSE SUPPLIES CABINET 4/27
NURSE SUPPLIES CABINET 4/27
Payroll Dated : 05/10/16
Payroll Dated : 05/10/16
Payroll Dated : 05/10/16
Payroll Dated : 05/10/16
ECH SNACKS 3/23
ECH SUPPLIES 3/23
ECH SNACKS 3/23
ECH SNACKS 4/2
ECH SNACKS 4/12
ECH SNACKS 4/13
ECH SUPPLIES 4/14
ECH TRAVEL MPP LUNCHEON
4/14
ECH SUPPLIES 4/15
HS SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/12
HS SUPPLIES TIMER 4/18
063850
675.00
5
063851
063851
063851
063851
063854
063854
063854
063855
063856
063856
063856
063856
063856
063856
063856
063856
500.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
639.57
531.80
315.80
172.00
100.14
124.33
131.40
61.40
227.84
11.12
76.92
13.96
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063856
063857
063857
82.35
90.93
9.97
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
6032202010030121-62
6032202010030121-51
6032202010030121-52
6032202010030121-53
6032202010030121-54
6032202010030121-55
16-105-37761
16-105-37489
16-105-37492
16-105-37519
16-105-37615
16-105-37914
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/4/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/3/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
6032202010030121-56
6032202010030121-57
6032202010030121-58
6032202010030121-59
6032202010029867-8
6032202010029867-9
6032202010029867-10
6032202010029867-11
6032202010029867-12
6032202010029867-5
6032202010029867-6
6032202010029867-7
LR Counseling Supply-0
6032202010030147-8
6032202010030147-9
6032202010030147-10
83-0
3786-0
16-105-37910
16-105-37774
16-105-37523
16-105-37490
16-502-37572
16-502-37575
16-502-37785
16-502-37803
16-502-37784
16-502-37499
16-502-37574
16-502-37501
16-000-37745
16-001-37380
16-001-37591
16-001-37618
16-001-38218
16-000-38343
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
WAL-MART PAYMENT
BECKY ROMINE TVI/COMS
BRIAN W ASBERRY
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
58011130-0
IUSI0060011-0
ACCOUNT 100202-2
1460A-1460B-0
30026-0
16-000-38014
16-001-38227
16-105-38149
16-000-38345
16-000-38015
CENGAGE LEARNING
CPI
CROY`S PERFECT PRESS
DILLE AND TRAXEL LLC
EDUCATIONPLUS
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
1627723-0
5/5/2016-0
16-000-38016
16-750-38217
EXPLORELEARNING
FAZOLI`S
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
HS FTA SNACKS 4/19
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 3/30
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 3/31
HS OFFICE SNACKS 4/12
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/12
HS TESTING REFRESHMENTS
4/18
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/18
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/18
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/5
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/6
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURES 4/13
KDG CLIPART PICTURES 4/14
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURES 4/16
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURES 4/18
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURE 4/19
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURES 4/11
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURES 4/12
KDG YEARBOOK PICTURES 4/12
Supplies Lake Road #9891
SS SUPPLIES 4/8
SS SUPPLIES WERT 4/13
SS SUPPLIES COPE 4/15
SS O&M SERVICES 5/2
JH PHONE NEW FEMA BLDG
4/14
HS DIGITAL RESOURCES 5/6
SS MEMBER FEES A. DILL 4/27
HS NHS COLLARS 4/19
ARCHITECTURE FEES 4/15
HS DISCOVERY RENEWAL FEES
5/6
JH SCIENCE LICENSE FEES 5/5
ECH EOY LUNCHEON 5/5
6/10/2016
Dated:
5
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
063857
063857
063857
063857
063857
063857
122.10
3.38
12.73
20.86
187.42
46.58
5
5
5
5
5
5
063857
063857
063857
063857
063858
063858
063858
063858
063858
063858
063858
063858
063859
063860
063860
063860
063861
063862
432.12
362.02
204.83
15.00
30.16
22.84
24.48
2.72
1.16
26.30
21.46
17.40
94.60
139.00
49.76
48.38
235.00
1,823.85
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063863
063864
063865
063866
063867
1,059.50
150.00
85.00
21,665.00
3,565.00
5
5
5
5
5
063868
063869
3,442.50
217.97
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/10/2016
082866 12-0
16-205-38146
HERFF JONES YEARBOOKS
5/10/2016
0180605-0
16-001-38224
JIM FAITHS BUSINESS EQ
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
0180623-0
LLR60435-0
16-001-38338
16-404-37866
JIM FAITHS BUSINESS EQ
JIM FAITHS BUSINESS EQ
5/10/2016
458730-0
16-105-38047
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
24093-0
24092-0
REG-0010199825-1
4/19/2016-0
16-001-38279
16-000-38280
16-105-38251
16-000-37749
MACKIN EDUCATIONAL
RESOURCES
MICKES O`TOOLE, LLC
MICKES O`TOOLE, LLC
NATIONAL DANCE ALLIANCE
NOREDINK
5/10/2016
OFFICIAL FEES-1
16-105-38257
NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
1931299505-0
1930079389-0
1931666575-0
1928729835-0
16-001-38066
16-001-37894
16-110-38071
16-105-38127
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
5/10/2016
1928361853-0
16-105-38126
OFFICE DEPOT
5/10/2016
1928060612-0
16-105-38125
OFFICE DEPOT
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
1914605699-0
1928813685-0
214810-0
6137758-0
1808-0
1823-0
1315-0
5/2/16-0
527740-0
ACCOUNT S-0004170-0
28219-0
28077-0
16-105-37487
16-105-38123
16-000-38346
16-750-38115
16-000-37773
16-000-38049
16-750-38216
16-001-38110
16-504-38276
16-205-38108
16-105-38187
16-105-38188
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
POPLAR BLUFF WINAIR
PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY PAYMENT
ROTARY CLUB OF POPLAR BLUFF
ROTARY CLUB OF POPLAR BLUFF
ROWLAND STOLLEN
SEMO L A S E
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
6
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
JH YEARBOOK FINAL PAYMENT
4/26
SS HS SPED LATERAL FILE
CABINET 5/4
SS SUPPLIES 5/9
5/6TH LATERAL FILE CABINETS
4/21
HS LIBRARY BOOKS 4/22
063870
2,414.55
5
063871
178.50
5
063871
063871
15.16
2,408.00
5
5
063872
173.89
5
SS LEGAL SERVICES 5/3
ADMIN LEGAL SERVICES 5/3
POM SUMMER CAMP FEES 5/5
HS SITE LICENSE FEES FOR
16/17
AD BASEBALL OFFICIAL FEES
5/7
SS SUPPLIES CANTU 4/28
SS SUPPLIES GRIFFIN 4/25
TCC SUPPLIES 4/29
HS ENGLISH DEPT SUPPLIES
4/21
HS ENGLISH DEPT SUPPLIES
4/21
HS SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES
4/19
HS DRAMA CLUB CREDIT 3/14
HS HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/21
NEW HS PTAC AMPS 4/22
ECH MILK 5/3
SPONSORSHIP FEES 3/8
MEMBER DUES C. HON 4/4
ECH EOY DESSERTS 5/5
SS LASE FEES GARRETT 5/2
OG COPIER FEES 5/4
JH COPIER CONTRACTS 5/9
AD HOODIES 4/14
AD ELASTICON 4/12
063873
063873
063874
063875
350.00
991.50
2,342.00
8,000.00
5
5
5
5
063876
25.00
5
063877
063877
063877
063877
45.83
45.07
28.95
188.29
5
5
5
5
063877
444.84
5
063877
119.66
5
063877
063877
063878
063879
063880
063881
063882
063883
063884
063884
063885
063885
(72.00)
464.87
51,778.55
59.40
100.00
175.00
78.13
20.00
78.00
853.73
125.00
188.99
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/10/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
28246-0
28005-0
28776-0
28410-0
451604-0
W427129200012-0
UNEMPCOM051116-0
8577794-0
STUDENT REFUND-2
INV012279-0
3171-0
996-0
HS TRAP-0
4985-0
16-105-37626
16-110-38364
16-105-37846
16-105-37939
16-105-37940
16-105-38204
16-110-38277
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
S200913802.001-0
4199-0
99519-0
16-110-38332
16-105-37960
16-000-38354
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
53151419-0
868669-686670-0
1817118-92290735-0
00010015-13
1348-0
47639-0
ORDER 320152-0
2335-0
9360461-0
BUS AIDE-14
102965-25
16-110-37732
16-110-38270
16-504-38375
16-000-38284
16-504-38315
16-404-38261
16-105-37922
16-105-38164
16-110-38228
16-001-38387
16-110-38226
CAPE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
CARPET GALLERY
CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE
CLASSROOM
CHANNING BETE COMPANY
COLOR VISION
CUSTOM MEETING PLANNERS
DAILY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
DISCOVERY PARK OF AMERICA
DMI SOLUTIONS
DOMINOS PIZZA PAYMENT
DONUT HOUSE
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR
FRANTAVIA INGRAM
GAMBLIN LUMBER COMPANY
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
42213-0
45329-0
REGISTRATION FEES200756-0
16-105-37851
16-105-38159
16-105-38139
16-000-38208
HONORS GRADUATION LLC
HONORS GRADUATION LLC
HUMMERT INTERNATIONAL
INTRADATA
16-105-38190
16-105-38189
16-105-38244
16-105-38245
16-502-37810
16-001-38219
Year:
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SPACE WALK OF POPLAR BLUFF
TEACHER DIRECT
DIV OF EMP SECURITY
ANDERSON`S
ANDREA FRIDAY
APPERSON INC
BEVERLY`S CATERING
BLACK RIVER COLISEUM
BLACK RIVER TRAP & SKEET CLUB
C & S SEPTIC SERVICES
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
7
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
AD SOCCER SHIRTS 4/15
AD SOCCER EXPENSES 4/11
AD BASEBALL SUPPLIES 4/27
AD BASEBALL SHOES 4/20
KDG PLAY DAY HOUSES 5/6
SS SUPPLIES SMITH 5/3
UNEMPLOYMENT COMP
HS JR CLASS EXPENSES 4/18
TCC SUB LOAN REFUND 5/6
HS SUPPLIES 4/22
HS PROM CATERING 4/23
HS JR CLASS RENTAL FEES 4/25
HS TRAP EOY SHOOT 5/5
TCC TRADE HOUSE RENTAL
FEES 5/2
TCC PADLOCK POUCH 4/11
HS JR CLASS EXPENSES 4/22
CU SUPPLIES 5/10
063885
063885
063885
063885
063886
063887
063888
063889
063890
063891
063892
063893
063894
063895
566.00
95.00
427.60
108.00
895.00
48.17
2,190.87
147.22
742.00
133.23
8,400.00
2,995.00
972.00
80.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063896
063897
063898
91.42
573.22
17,472.00
5
5
5
TCC TEXTBOOKS 4/29
TCC CUTTER PRIMER GUNS 4/18
OG STI REGISTRATION FEES 5/1
ADVERTISING EXPENSES 4/30
OG FIELD TRIP 5/5
ELEM NURSE SUPPLIES 5/5
HS MATH PIZZA PARTY 4/21
HS SOM SNACKS 5/3
TCC COE REP CAR RENTALS
ECH BUS AIDE 5/2-5/4
TCC SUPPLIES AND TRADE
HOUSE SUPPLIES
HS FBLA GRAD CORDS 4/22
HS GRAD CORDS 5/3
HS REG FEES K. CLARK 5/3
JH READ QUIZ SCRIPT FEES 5/4
063899
063900
063901
063902
063903
063904
063905
063906
063907
063908
063909
407.66
359.86
1,000.00
230.34
934.00
42.26
25.96
19.98
172.95
18.00
1,626.26
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
063910
063910
063911
063912
66.49
35.77
275.00
903.00
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/11/2016
S03536-9
16-110-38256
KROGER FOOD STORE
5/11/2016
2166130416-0
16-504-38341
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
27202-0
441-0
16-105-37957
16-000-38026
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
LEADING EDGE LAMINATING
MAEN
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
29308768-0
00166197-0
HS TRAP TEAM-0
HS TRAP TEAM-1
5723-0
16-110-38333
16-105-38202
16-105-38158
16-105-38157
16-105-38206
MEEKS BUILDING CENTER
METALWELD INC
MISSOURI TRAPSHOOTER`S ASSOC
MISSOURI TRAPSHOOTER`S ASSOC
MO ASSOC STUDENT COUNCIL
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
16-W01726-0
REGISTRATION FEES5981-6045-0
0885-104603-0
16-105-37927
16-105-37937
16-105-37941
16-110-38278
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
1930471141-0
20156175-0
14443-0
526338-0
ACCOUNT 50131-4
PBHS PROM 2016-0
SPS-14-18-6
CUSTOMER 11550-8
6332-0
5270739-0
930098-0
792403281-11
16373-6
14245A-14254A-0
16-000-38347
16-404-37902
16-000-38207
16-105-38171
16-105-37850
16-105-37986
16-000-38372
16-110-38367
16-000-38203
16-110-38064
16-008-38237
16-008-38176
16-008-38326
16-006-38221
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
426827-9
POPL08-0
PSPOP003-11
16-008-38330
16-006-38369
16-008-38327
MSHSAA PAYMENT
MUSIC FOR ALL
NEW LEAF COLONIAL HOUSE
O`REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES,
INC
OFFICE DEPOT
POSITIVE PROMOTIONS
SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS ONLINE
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SHIVELBINES MUSIC
SIMPLY FABULOUS
SPAIN MILLER AND SPAIN
STATE BEAUTY SUPPLY
THE LEARNING SYSTEM
AMSTERDAM PRINTING & LITHO
APPLICANT INFORMATION
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE
AUTO TIRE AND PARTS
BAILEYS CARSTAR AUTO BODY &
GLASS
BBVA Compass
BOOTHEEL PARTS AND EQUIP
CENTRAL STATES BUS SALES
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
8
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
TCC MULES CAFE EXPENSES
4/23
OG SUPPLIES 4/29
063913
194.95
5
063914
39.08
5
HS SUPPLIES 4/26
CONF REG FEES WORLEY
FREER
TCC TRADE HOUSE EXPENSES
HS SHOP CLASS EXPENSES 4/29
HS AIM STATE COMPETITION
HS TRAP SCTP SHOOT
HS STUCO SUMMER CAMP FEES
5/4
HS EXTEMPORANEOUS 4/25
HS MUSIC SYMP A. DECKER 4/26
HS PROM ARRANGEMENTS 5/1
TCC SUPPLIES SWITCH 4/6
063915
063916
59.98
450.00
5
5
063917
063918
063919
063919
063920
33.48
13.44
1,298.00
1,239.00
5,150.00
5
5
5
5
5
063921
063922
063923
063924
24.00
365.00
650.00
69.72
5
5
5
5
CO SUPPLIES PLANNERS 4/26
NURSE SUPPLIES 4/25
DIGITAL RESOURCE FEES 5/3
HS COPIER REPAIRS 5/2
HS INSTRUMENT REPAIRS
HS PROM EXPENSES 4/28
LEGAL FEES 4/29
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/2
HS DIGITAL RESOURCES 5/2
TCC PLANNERS 4/26
TR DRUG TESTING 4/30
TR SUPPLIES TOWELS
TR SUPPLIES TOOL 4/15
MA GLASS REPAIRS LR JH 4/30
063925
063926
063927
063928
063929
063930
063931
063932
063933
063934
063935
063936
063937
063938
38.78
2,092.23
600.00
367.00
1,160.50
5,500.00
87.50
75.17
3,600.00
812.31
83.25
113.54
27.99
218.05
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
TR REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/30
MA RENTAL FEES 5/4
TR BUS REPAIR PARTS 5/4
063939
063940
063941
13,510.02
153.50
5,839.07
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
1025743-0
495540-0
16-008-38325
16-006-38182
CHART DISTRIBUTION GROUP
COUNTRY GARDENS
5/12/2016
00010015-14
16-006-38304
DAILY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
23013220-23013221-0
343090-0
17222010-5-0
17255734-0-0
1092153-0
102965-26
6790724-0
410799-0
602050931-0
211946-0
DX 214085-0
BUS GARAGE-0
X103022050:01-0
364856-0
4/30/2016-0
71446-0
073652401-16
369780-19
16-008-38193
16-006-38305
16-006-38154
16-006-38352
16-006-38384
16-006-38165
16-008-38196
16-008-38195
16-006-38097
16-008-38225
16-110-37998
16-008-38331
16-008-38232
16-008-38234
16-006-38374
16-006-38169
16-008-38197
16-008-38335
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
673177-0
7076224520190604-8
S. TOLLIVER-0
P.B.2946-2
22446-0
278721-1
16-008-38199
16-008-38322
16-008-38336
16-008-38200
16-006-38220
16-008-38311
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
065 195 539-6
531896-0
532075-0
16-008-38323
16-001-38410
16-001-38411
DYNA SYSTEMS
ELLIS BATTERY
EXPRESS SERVICES
EXPRESS SERVICES
FORD HOTEL SUPPLY COMPANY
GAMBLIN LUMBER COMPANY
GAMMA HEALTHCARE
GARY CONLEY
HILLYARD ST LOUIS
MAVERICK GLASS CO
METALWELD INC
MIDWEST BUS SALES, INC
MIDWEST TRANSIT EQUIPMENT
MILLS IRON AND SUPPLY
MILLS IRON AND SUPPLY
MO STATE AGENCY SURPLUS
NEWWAVE COMMUNICATIONS
O`REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES,
INC
PACKS DO IT CENTER
PHILLIPS 66 CO/SYNCB
PRODUCTIVE STAFFING
QUALITY TECH TRANSMISSIO
ROBERTS PEST MANAGEMENT
SAINT FRANCIS MEDICAL
PARTNERS LLC
SHELL CREDIT CARD CENTER
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
9
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
TR SUPPLIES OIL 4/28
MA REPAIRS TCC FENCE GATE
5/3
MA ROOF BIDS ADVERTISING
4/30
TR SUPPLIES 5/3
MA SUPPLIES BATTERIES 4/30
MA EMPLOY SERVICES 4/27
MA EMPLOY SERVICES 5/4
MA FS SHELVING UNITS 5/3
MA SUPPLIES 4/25
TR ALCOHOL BREATH TEST 4/4
TR REPAIRS 1/28
MA CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 4/25
TR BUS 29 GLASS REPAIRS 4/30
TCC WELDING EQUIPMENT 5/11
TR BUS REPAIR PARTS
TR SWITCH REPAIRS 4/13
TR SUPPLIES GAS BOTTLE 4/26
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/30
MA SUPPLIES 4/15
TR INTERNET SERVICES
TR BUS REPAIR PARTS 4/28
063942
063943
1,983.65
2,365.00
5
5
063944
24.50
5
063945
063946
063947
063947
063948
063949
063950
063951
063952
063953
063954
063955
063956
063957
063957
063958
063959
063960
726.65
179.00
429.60
429.60
12,400.00
512.57
30.00
145.00
28,028.00
245.00
9,952.59
447.40
69.79
39.00
348.36
47.50
203.02
2,420.93
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
TR SUPPLIES KEY 4/8
TR FUEL EXPENSES 4/12
TR EMPLOY SERVICES
TR SUPPLIES FILTERS
APRIL PEST CONTROL
TR PHYSICAL DRUG TESTS
063961
063962
063963
063964
063965
063966
5.67
149.56
2,080.00
97.65
650.00
80.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
TR FUEL EXPENSES
SS COPIER CONTRACT 5/11
SS COPIER CONTRACT 5/11
063967
063968
063968
59.97
118.85
404.27
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/12/2016
S0050-5
16-006-38368
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/12/2016
5/16/2016
416033-0
684229-684230-0
105182-0
44934928-0
861261-0
16-006-38317
16-006-38306
16-008-38314
16-008-38319
16-110-38382
SIKESTON RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
SMITH AND CO
SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STONE CO
WATSON OIL COMPANY
WEX BANK
ACTE
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
STUDENT REFUND-2
STUDENT REFUND-3
STUDENT REFUND-2
16-110-38435
16-110-38438
16-110-38453
AMANDA BISHOP
AMANDA BROOKS
AMBER JOHNSON
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
STUDENT REFUND-1
STUDENT REFUND-3
STUDENT REFUND-1
603243830-0
16-110-38454
16-110-38443
16-110-38455
16-110-38231
AMBER LANE
ANDREA FRIDAY
ANNA MILLMAKER
B&H PHOTO VIDEO
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
STUDENT PAYROLL-0
STUDENT REFUND-3
5/11/16-0
16-007-38466
16-110-38449
16-110-38452
BRADEY McCLUSKEY
BRIDGET HARRIS
CAPE GIRARDEAU CAREER & TECH
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
807500110-807500111-0
STUDENT WORKER-12
TCC GRANT SUPPLIE
16-000-38510
16-007-38464
16-110-38378
CHARTWELLS
CIERRA CASSIN
CURRENT RIVER CAREER CENTER
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
STUDENT WORKER-12
322471-0
4B1DZ2-0
26397-PBS-008-0
770797-0
16-007-38465
16-205-38272
16-000-38511
16-404-38296
16-110-38463
DIANA MCADOO
DOMINOS PIZZA PAYMENT
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR
GODFATHERS PIZZA
HERFF JONES INC
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
STUDENT REFUND-3
M. HILLIS-0
K. McGRAW-0
STUDENT REFUND-3
K. COLEMAN-0
16-110-38442
16-007-38473
16-007-38475
16-110-38458
16-007-38476
JESSICA FOSTER
JULIA HILLIS
KARRA McGRAW
KATIE NEAL
KIRBY COLEMAN
2015-2016
6/10/2016
Dated:
10
of
Page No:
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Invoice Description
Check No
MA FS REPAIRS 4/30
063969
793.01
5
MA SPILL CLEANUP 4/30
MA COMMERCIAL BASE 4/30
TR FUEL EXPENSES 4/12
TR FUEL EXPENSES 4/30
TCC REGISTRATION FEES
SHRUM 5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN
REFUND 5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
TCC SUB LOAN REFUND 5/12
AWARENESS GRANT SUPPLIES
5/16
FS STUDENT PAYROLL 5/2-5/13
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
TCC SEMOSCA MTG EXPENSES
3/9/16
APRIL FFVP EF LR 5/13
FS STUDENT WORKER 5/2-5/13
AFTERSCHOOL SUPPLIES
SNACKS REIMB
FS STUDENT WORKER 5/2-5/13
JH PIZZA PARTY 5/6
MOASBO CAR RENTAL 5/3-5/7
MS CHOIR PIZZA PARTY 5/4
TCC DIPLOMAS AND COVERS
4/8
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
LUNCH MONEY REFUND
LUNCH MONEY REFUND
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
LUNCH MONEY REFUND
063970
063971
063972
063973
063974
1,560.00
318.48
11,537.68
687.69
640.00
5
5
5
5
5
063975
063976
063977
2,649.00
2,649.00
2,649.00
5
5
5
063978
063979
063980
063981
1,641.00
742.00
1,135.00
675.14
5
5
5
5
063982
063983
063984
3.90
2,649.00
233.75
5
5
5
063985
063986
063987
9,901.40
5.00
172.33
5
5
5
063988
063989
063990
063991
063992
7.00
109.82
203.96
107.50
816.78
5
5
5
5
5
063993
063994
063995
063996
063997
2,649.00
20.15
12.40
2,649.00
10.40
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
55904-0
STUDENT REFUND-1
L. BIRDSONG-0
STUDENT REFUND-1
STUDENT REFUND-2
1932696628-0
1933098465-0
1927942967-0
677546963-01-0
1674492-01-02-03-0
STUDENT REFUND-1
1323-0
9056813-0
STUDENT WORKER-28
GAME WORKER-2
STUDENT REFUND-1
29014-0
16-110-38434
16-110-38441
16-007-38477
16-110-38460
16-110-38461
16-000-38525
16-750-38143
16-404-37845
16-408-38390
16-205-36512
16-110-38450
16-205-38339
16-408-38392
16-007-38467
16-105-38383
16-110-38440
16-105-38389
L&W WHOLESALE MEAT CO
LEANN DUNCAN
LOGAN BIRDSONG
MAGAN SMITH
MORGAN WAMHOFF
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
ORIENTAL TRADING CO
PERMA BOUND BOOKS
RASHELLE HICKS
ROWLAND STOLLEN
S & S WORLDWIDE
SAVON VINCENT
SCOTT VAUGHN
SHELBY CREADO
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
5/16/2016
NLSC-16-33-0
134660-0
J. HALLIBURTON-0
REG-0010193631-0
16-110-38462
16-205-38359
16-007-38474
16-105-38178
5/16/2016
REG-0010193676-0
16-205-38329
5/16/2016
5/5/2016
STUDENT REFUND-3
REIMBURSEMENT-6
16-110-38459
16-001-38034
SKILLSUSA MISSOURI
STINSON PRESS INC
TINA BUTLER
UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS
ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS
ASSOCIATION
WENDY REEVES
ABBOTT, PAMELA
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
5/5/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-17
REIMBURSEMENT-78
REIMBURSEMENT-5
16-506-37776
16-408-37868
16-402-36648
ALLEN, CONNIE J
BRADLEY, PAULA K
BUSH, AARON II
5/11/2016
5/12/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-0
REIMBURSEMENT-0
16-000-38240
16-110-38358
CASSINGER, DEBBIE L
DANCER, DEBORAH
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
11
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
TCC FISH FRY SUPPLIES 5/11
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/11
LUNCH MONEY REFUND
FS SUB LOAN REFUND 5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
CO SUPPLIES PLANNERS 5/2
ECH SUPPLIES 5/3
MS CHOIR PROGRAMS 4/19
LR PLAYDAY SUPPLIES 5/13
JH LIBRARY BOOKS
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
JH FACULTY CAKE 5/9
LR PLAYDAY SUPPLIES 5/13
FS STUDENT WORKER 5/2-5/13
AD MARCH GAME WORKER
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
AD CROSS COUNTRY
GATORADE KIT
TCC LODGING REGISTRATIONS
JH MATCH COMP SHIRTS 5/9
LUNCH MONEY REFUND
JV CHEER CAMP DEPOSIT
063998
063999
064000
064001
064002
064003
064003
064003
064004
064006
064007
064008
064009
064010
064011
064012
064013
250.00
2,649.00
53.65
1,135.00
2,649.00
47.06
162.36
97.50
70.95
1,733.52
1,640.00
52.99
232.27
3.90
300.00
1,640.00
225.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064014
064015
064016
064017
5,440.00
207.00
28.85
900.00
5
5
5
5
JH CHEER CAMP DEPOSIT
064018
1,050.00
5
TCC SUB AND UNSUB LOAN 5/12
2ND SEMESTER TRAVEL
STIPEND
MAIL STIPEND MAR APR MAY
READING LICENSE
2ND SEMESTER TRAVEL
STIPEND
SUB CERTIFICATE FEE
MILEAGE MEALS NEC
BRANSON
064019
064120
2,649.00
125.00
5
5
064121
064122
064123
120.00
55.00
200.00
5
5
5
064124
064125
50.50
262.99
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/11/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-5
16-000-38238
DUNCAN, VALERIE J
5/12/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-1
16-110-38362
FRAZIER, RENE E
5/11/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-7
16-000-38239
HILLIS, DIANE
5/11/2016
5/5/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-0
REIMBURSEMENT-5
16-000-38349
16-001-38033
KRUSE, BRITTNEY F
MERRIMAN, JACQUELINE R
5/12/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-0
16-008-38312
PETTY CASH BUS GARAGE
5/11/2016
5/5/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-11
REIMBURSEMENT-16
16-105-38308
16-504-37411
PYLAND, BILLY
RICHARDSON, JENIFER R
5/11/2016
5/13/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-15
REIMBURSEMENT-16
4383664033-0
RENTAL FEES-0
16-404-38175
16-404-38293
16-402-38400
16-000-38478
TALKINGTON, L SHERYL
WARD, N DEANA
APPLE INC
BLACK RIVER COLISEUM
5/24/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
PHONE REPAIRS-3
PHONE REPAIRS-2
493-02399327-9-0
16-005-38630
16-005-38630
16-404-38424
BRIAN W ASBERRY
BRIAN W ASBERRY
CULLIGAN WATER
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
INV0769829-0
869-0
6035322532823170-14
6035322532823170-15
11983-11984-11985-0
0180585-0586-0587-0
0180644-0
4/22/2016-0
16-506-37155
16-504-38423
16-105-37536
16-105-37533
16-000-38566
16-506-38210
16-001-38483
16-506-38213
5/18/2016
1629958-0
16-504-38361
ERIC ARMIN INC
HEARTLAND PRINTING
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE
Ittner Architectural
JIM FAITHS BUSINESS EQ
JIM FAITHS BUSINESS EQ
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
LEARNING A-Z
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
365220-0
24468-0
073461201-16
16-402-38398
16-001-38484
16-002-38363
MILLS IRON AND SUPPLY
MSBA - PAYMENT
NEWWAVE COMMUNICATIONS
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
12
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
AMAZON ORDER COUNSEL
SUPPLIES
MILEAGE MEALS NEI LAKE
OZARKS
ELL TUTORING MILEAGE
JAN-APRIL
SUB CERTIFICATE FEE
2ND SEMESTER TRAVEL
STIPEND
TR DRIVERS MEALS TRIP
EXPENSES
FUEL DISTRICT VAN GOLF 5/5
2ND SEMESTER TRAVEL
STIPEND
MAR-MAY TRAVEL STIPEND
MAR APR MAY ART MILEAGE
EF IPADS FOR TEACHERS 4/26
2016 GRADUATION RENTAL
FEES
DISTRICT PHONE REPAIRS
DISTRICT PHONE REPAIRS
MS WATER COOLER RENTAL
FEES 4/14
ON TEXTBOOKS 5/17
OG MAP CAMP SHIRTS 4/5
HS SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/11
HS SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/11
ARCHITECTURE FEES 5/11
ON SUPPLIES 5/3
SS FILE CABINET 5/11
ON SUPPLIES 4/22
064126
116.35
5
064127
263.67
5
064128
41.60
5
064129
064130
51.25
125.00
5
5
064131
397.72
5
064132
064133
45.20
450.00
5
5
064134
064135
064136
064137
180.00
57.60
2,094.75
1,725.00
5
5
5
5
064138
064138
064139
(2,903.85 )
2,903.85
42.00
5
5
5
064140
064141
064142
064142
064143
064144
064144
064145
1,914.28
290.00
2,523.72
980.39
41,552.23
538.01
149.00
54.52
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
OG READING LICENSE
RENEWAL 5/12
EF SUPPLIES CARNIVAL 5/6
SS CONSORTIUM FEES 5/10
AEL INTERNET FEES
064146
1,614.15
5
064147
064148
064149
35.00
248.91
74.95
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
1932626183-0
1932255322-0
1934240727-0
3150104-4240770-0
1933528503-0
1933864898-0
BK 80636347-0
5/10/16-0
011268-0
16-504-38562
16-404-38557
16-750-38275
16-000-38348
16-000-38209
16-001-38264
16-000-38013
16-205-38471
16-404-38482
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
PEARSON EDUCATION
RAINBOW PARTY RENTALS LLC
ROB`S FLOWERS AND GIFTS
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
011159-011260-0
GAME WORKER-1
16-506-38502
16-105-38469
ROB`S FLOWERS AND GIFTS
ROGER BURTON
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
317787-0
308102451182-0
527992-0
527988-0
5/9/2016-0
416079-416080-0
2649-0
16-205-38620
16-502-38565
16-402-38396
16-402-38394
16-404-38428
16-000-38564
16-105-38172
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/18/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
512353-0
PB SCHOOLS-0
PB SCHOOLS-1
6604-0
605050184-0
0008001098-0
IN0558568-0
392269-00-0
VEN-PAY-2,831
VEN-PAY-2,833
VEN-PAY-2,828
VEN-PAY-2,829
VEN-PAY-2,830
VEN-PAY-2,834
16-506-38504
16-504-38488
16-504-38421
16-205-38539
16-000-38281
16-000-38572
16-404-38422
16-404-38660
RYDIN DECAL
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SKATE CITY
SMITH AND CO
SOUTHEAST SIGNS AND GRAPHICS,
INC
SPELLINGCITY.COM
ST JUDE CHILDRENS RESEARCH
ST JUDE CHILDRENS RESEARCH
STRAWBERRIES
SYSCO MEMPHIS
USPS-HASLER
WILLIAM V MACGILL AND CO
WINSUPPLY POPLAR BLUFF MO
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
MO DEP OF REVENUE TAX WH
BUTLER CO CIRCUIT CLERK
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
13
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
OG SUPPLIES 5/2
MS SUPPLIES 5/1
ECH SUPPLIES 5/6
CU SUPPLIES 5/3-5/6
CU SUPPLIES 5/4
SS SUPPLIES 5/5
HS TEXTBOOKS 5/9
JH SURVIVOR GAME RENTALS
MS NURSE ARRANGEMENTS
5/11
ON VASE SNACK BASKET 5/10
AD MARCH-MAY GAME
WORKER
JH PARKING PERMITS 5/5
ELEM PE SUPPLIES 5/4
EF PRINTER CONTRACT 5/4
EF COPIER FEES 5/4
MS WINGS SKATE PARTY 5/9
MS HS INSPECTION FEES 4/30
HS TRAP HATS 5/2
064150
064150
064150
064150
064150
064150
064151
064152
064153
61.06
133.23
8.82
45.62
64.73
60.95
4,204.14
500.00
124.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064153
064154
89.00
440.00
5
5
064155
064156
064157
064157
064158
064159
064160
225.54
1,818.18
158.00
3,745.84
350.00
2,794.15
870.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
ON RENEWAL FEES 4/27
EF DONATION
2015/16 DONATION
JH FACULTY DINNER 5/9
CO COFFEE SUPPLIES 5/5
DISTRICT POSTAGE
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 5/11
NURSE SUPPLIES COOLER 5/12
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
064161
064162
064162
064163
064164
064165
064166
064167
064297
064297
064297
064297
064298
064299
52.95
178.00
208.31
1,070.00
310.24
5,500.00
3,615.77
2,266.24
470.10
29,151.22
6,357.34
14,983.51
4,679.00
54.67
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
4/22/2016
4/22/2016
4/8/2016
4/8/2016
4/22/2016
4/30/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
VEN-PAY-2,835
VEN-PAY-2,836
VEN-PAY-2,843
VEN-PAY-2,837
VEN-PAY-2,838
VEN-PAY-2,839
VEN-PAY-2,840
VEN-PAY-2,841
VEN-PAY-2,842
VEN-PAY-2,572
VEN-PAY-2,514
VEN-PAY-2,357
40116REVOF33116-0
VEN-PAY-2,457
05062016 PEERS FIX-0
WELDING CERT-0
374844000-18
APRIL OT-0
045930-0
3152-15
150-1603-7614-0
16-110-38515
16-006-38551
16-001-38155
16-006-38569
16-006-38622
16-006-38432
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
225550-8
17330-0
3388-12
16300-0
17284517-4-0
MOPOP41369-41384-0
602065798-0
602065799-0
602030785-0
6035322532823139-1
J. MCGHEE-0
SQ001849-0
16-110-38509
16-110-38516
16-006-38617
16-006-38550
16-006-38552
16-006-38518
16-006-38495
16-006-38508
16-006-38624
16-110-38532
16-007-38553
16-000-38017
Year:
Vendor
BUTLER CO CIRCUIT CLERK
BUTLER CO CIRCUIT CLERK
FABER & BRAND LLC
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
PUBLIC ED EMP RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC ED EMP RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC ED EMP RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC ED EMP RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC ED EMP RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC ED EMP RETIRE SYSTEM
AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE
BIZZEE KIDZ THERAPY LLC
BOOTHEEL SIGN CO
CAPE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES,
INC
COSMOPROF
COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDU
CRESCENT PARTS AND EQUIP
DORRIS PLUMBING MECHANIC
EXPRESS SERVICES
FASTENAL COMPANY
HILLYARD ST LOUIS
HILLYARD ST LOUIS
HILLYARD ST LOUIS
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE
JOHN McGHEE
JSTOR
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
14
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
Payroll Dated : 04/08/16
REV OF INV FOR R NEEL
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
ADJ FOR PEERS FOR VESTER
TCC WELDING LEVEL I
MA SUPPLIES 4/30
SS APRIL 2016 OT
MA SUPPLIES 5/11
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/30
MA DISTRICT UTILITIES 5/9
064300
064301
064302
064303
064304
064305
064306
064307
064308
064309
064309
064309
064309
064309
064309
064310
064311
064312
064313
064314
064315
49.68
18.56
25.89
253.38
160.00
130.00
125.08
161.54
42.92
29,371.28
5,406.76
36,887.70
(5.70)
4,256.56
56.74
210.00
1,287.36
23,925.00
115.50
1,828.43
10,328.44
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
TCC COSMETOLOGY SUPPLIES
TCC COE EXPENSES 4/25
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/30
MA REPAIRS 4/29
MA EMPLOY SERVICES 5/11
MA SUPPLIES
MA CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 5/5
MA CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 5/5
MA CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 4/7
TCC LOCKOUT KIT 4/11
FS LUNCH MONEY REFUND
HS DIGITAL RESOURCES 5/18
064316
064317
064318
064319
064320
064321
064322
064322
064322
064323
064324
064325
817.61
5,062.60
2,468.98
760.00
558.48
61.54
189.36
1,066.80
2,154.90
164.34
30.10
1,250.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/20/2016
2431130516-0
16-001-38611
5/20/2016
STUDENT REFUND-2
16-110-38514
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
1179862-1
32940921-01100-7
K. CLARK-0
KINSEY-GOSSETT-0
SCHOOL 2-17
SCHOOL 3-19
322945-19
16-006-38498
16-006-38505
16-110-38599
16-110-38549
16-006-38496
16-006-38586
16-006-38487
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
837626264001-0
1510709-0
3/1/2016-0
1327-0
1322-0
82596-82705-83867-0
INV11989565-0
16-006-38574
16-504-38560
16-006-38425
16-110-38507
16-105-38446
16-110-38517
16-001-38373
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
531265-531266-0
3117-8506-7-13
1536-5
4984-0
026009-1
VEN-PAY-2,977
VEN-PAY-2,979
VEN-PAY-2,978
NEG-PAY-2,972
16-105-38540
16-006-38497
16-006-38583
16-110-38499
16-110-38503
5/20/2016
NEG-PAY-2,973
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
5/20/2016
NEG-PAY-2,974
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
VEN-PAY-2,976
VEN-PAY-2,926
MO DEP OF REVENUE TAX WH
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
MEGAN FISHER
MFA OIL COMPANY
MFA OIL COMPANY
MISSOURI ACTE
MISSOURI ACTE
MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
O`REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES,
INC
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE WORLD INC
REEVES ROOFING COMPANY
ROWLAND STOLLEN
ROWLAND STOLLEN
SALLY BEAUTY HOLDINGS
SCHOOL OUTFITTERS
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
SIMMONS TIRE AUTOMOTIVE
SKILLS USA
SYSCO MEMPHIS
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
15
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES
5/12
TCC SUB AND UNSUB REFUND
5/12
MA CYLINDER REFILL 4/27
MA FUEL EXPENSES
MOACTE REGISTRATION FEES
MCCTA CONF FEES
DISTRICT UTILITIES 5/8
MA TR JH UTILITIES 5/15
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/28
064326
48.71
5
064327
2,649.00
5
064328
064328
064329
064330
064331
064332
064333
22.74
3,404.49
65.00
465.00
46,449.15
12,749.20
1,033.46
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
MA SUPPLIES 5/3
OG SUPPLIES 5/18
MA ROOF REPAIRS 3/1
RETIREMENT CAKE TINSLEY
HS ARENA DAY LUNCHES 5/6
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 4/30
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES
5/17
HS COPIER REPAIRS 5/10
MA PAINT SUPPLIES 4/30
MA TIRE REPAIRS 5/6
TCC ADVISOR STARTER KIT 5/9
TCC MULES CAFE EXPENSES
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Chk# 80201 for BRAXTON,
ZAKIRAHA S was Voided
Chk# 80201 for BRAXTON,
ZAKIRAHA S was Voided
Chk# 80201 for BRAXTON,
ZAKIRAHA S was Voided
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
064334
064335
064336
064337
064337
064338
064339
91.80
1,023.95
640.00
42.99
635.70
151.54
639.63
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064340
064341
064342
064343
064344
064346
064346
064346
064346
156.00
119.91
646.31
153.95
572.92
33.44
20.88
89.30
(29.87)
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064346
(19.54)
5
064346
(83.54)
5
064347
064348
1.00
1,022.96
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
VEN-PAY-2,927
VEN-PAY-2,929
VEN-PAY-2,931
VEN-PAY-2,788
VEN-PAY-2,789
VEN-PAY-2,791
VEN-PAY-2,793
VEN-PAY-2,790
VEN-PAY-2,928
VEN-PAY-2,933
VEN-PAY-2,932
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
VEN-PAY-2,934
VEN-PAY-2,935
VEN-PAY-2,936
31796372-0
INV012596-0
0007039-02-0
38007-0
97912935-0
X080750616-0
87366717-66748-0
471YSF-0
16-105-38404
16-105-37952
16-105-38538
16-006-38670
16-105-38653
16-000-38687
16-105-38547
16-105-38243
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
EFTPS TAX DEPOSIT
MO DEP OF REVENUE TAX WH
MO DEP OF REVENUE TAX WH
DELTA MANAGEMENT ASSOC INC
DIVERSIFIED COLLECTION
SERVICES INC
FAMILY SUPPORT CTR
MDHE COLLECTIONS CUST ACCT
US DEPT OF EDUCATION
ACT INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES
APPERSON INC
BOOTHEEL PARTS AND EQUIP
BROWN WINDOW
BSN SPORTS
CHARTWELLS
DRURY INN & SUITES
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR
5/20/2016
5/16/16 FFA-0
16-105-38545
FISHIN PIG
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
2016-06-0
26397-16-014-0
842-0
840-0
2418-0
2413-0
4289-0
MDS-54506-0
21681-0
16-105-38536
16-105-38654
16-105-38533
16-105-38534
16-105-38665
16-105-38490
16-502-38289
16-105-38542
16-105-38436
FRANCIS HOWELL BAND BOOSTERS
GODFATHERS PIZZA
HEARTLAND PRINTING
HEARTLAND PRINTING
MIKE AND ZACHS BBQ
MIKE AND ZACHS BBQ
MINIT PRINT INC
NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION
NEW LEAF COLONIAL HOUSE
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
16
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
064348
064348
064348
064348
064348
064348
064348
064349
064349
064350
064351
109,685.95
37,545.12
8,260.64
833.44
31,425.03
9,085.22
13,434.26
10,688.00
40,269.00
518.70
334.52
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
HS ACT RENEWAL FEES 4/15
HS SUPPLIES 4/27
HS PROM ITEM LOST 4/21
MA HS WINDOW REPAIR 5/18
AD NIKE BEANIES 5/16
FS MARCH OPERATING COSTS
HS DRAMA LODGING EXPENSES
HS TRAVEL J. DUNN CAR
RENTAL SPEECH
HS FFA BANQUET CATERING
5/16
HS BAND ENTRY FEES 3/15
AD TRACK FIELD DAY PIZZA 5/2
HS HOMECOMING SHIRTS 3/11
HS STUCO SHIRTS 3/11
AD BOYS TENNIS BANQUET 5/17
HS GRAD CTR BANQUET 5/11
KDG YEARBOOKS 4/27
HS FFS SUPPLIES 4/30
HS GRAD FERNS 5/11
064352
064353
064354
064355
064356
064357
064358
064359
064360
064361
064362
350.00
471.83
352.96
250.00
133.23
499.00
80.00
56.00
233,557.00
258.63
166.80
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064363
395.49
5
064364
064365
064366
064366
064367
064367
064368
064369
064370
160.00
65.00
212.00
232.00
577.81
82.40
3,216.00
20.00
507.95
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/20/2016
23167-0
16-105-38437
NEW LEAF COLONIAL HOUSE
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
1937190335-0
1935517538-0
1511071-0
57751-17
011086-011177-0
317381-0
317599-0
531104-0
S180791-0
16-402-38530
16-002-38371
16-504-38661
16-006-38659
16-502-38287
16-404-38663
16-105-38548
16-404-38662
16-105-38144
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE WORLD INC
PACKS DO IT CENTER
ROB`S FLOWERS AND GIFTS
RYDIN DECAL
RYDIN DECAL
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SOCIAL STUDIES SCH SERV
5/20/2016
2645-0
16-502-38288
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/1/2016
369-0
339-0
300-0
134687-0
6671-0
582393-0
00237-000530-22
FIELD TRIPS-0
PSRS043016-0
16-105-38658
16-105-38543
16-502-37811
16-105-38405
16-105-38491
16-006-38636
16-006-38633
16-502-38675
SOUTHEAST SIGNS AND GRAPHICS,
INC
SPECTRA 1 TROPHIES
SPECTRA 1 TROPHIES
STAND STILL APPAREL
STINSON PRESS INC
STRAWBERRIES
TOP NOTCH UPHOLSTERY
WINSUPPLY POPLAR BLUFF MO
XTREME GYMNASTICS
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
5/1/2016
4/30/2016
PSRS MEESE-0
RETONDOCK043016-0
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
4/22/2016
4/22/2016
4/22/2016
4/1/2016
4/8/2016
4/22/2016
4/22/2016
5/18/2016
VEN-PAY-2,577
VEN-PAY-2,462
VEN-PAY-2,466
REVPSRS033116-0
VEN-PAY-2,362
VEN-PAY-2,529
VEN-PAY-2,519
PHONE REPAIRS-4
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
PUBLIC SCH RETIRE SYSTEM
BRIAN W ASBERRY
16-005-38630
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
17
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
HS GRAD CORSAGES AND ROSE
4/22
EF SUPPLIES 5/15
AEL SUPPLIES 5/10
OG SUPPLIES 5/17
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/30
KDG GIFTS
MS PARKING PERMITS 16/17
HS PARKING TAGS 4/29
MS COPIER FEES 5/10
HS SOCIAL STUDIES SUPPLIES
5/5
KDG COOLER BAGS PRINT 5/2
064370
267.45
5
064371
064371
064372
064373
064374
064375
064376
064377
064378
239.19
1,102.81
206.72
1,410.75
153.00
225.52
766.36
1,890.14
499.67
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064379
200.00
5
AD TENNIS TROPHY 5/16
HS FFA PLAQUES 5/9
KDG PLAYDAY SHIRTS 3/9
HS TEACHER APPREC STICKERS
HS EOY STAFF LUNCHEON 5/12
MA SEAT RE-UPHOLSTERED 5/6
MA REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/25
KDG FIELD TRIP
PSRS CORR
MEESE/LANCE/EVANS
PSRS MEESE
RETIREMENT ON DOCKED
SALARY
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
PSRS CORR RIDEOUT/LANCE
Payroll Dated : 04/08/16
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
Payroll Dated : 04/22/16
DISTRICT PHONE REPAIRS
064380
064380
064381
064382
064383
064384
064385
064386
064388
20.00
180.00
1,551.43
56.70
1,700.00
195.00
2,085.14
1,065.00
(138.64 )
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064388
064388
(302.76 )
965.48
5
5
064388
064388
064388
064388
064388
064388
064388
064389
2,889.30
77,294.51
94.21
294.92
5,759.38
871.27
426,588.41
1,080.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
WESTBROOK 7133-253
WESTBROOK 7133-254
WESTBROOK 7133-255
WESTBROOK 7133-256
WESTBROOK 7133-257
WESTBROOK 7133-258
WESTBROOK 7133-259
WESTBROOK 7133-260
WESTBROOK 7133-261
WESTBROOK 7133-262
16-750-37576
16-750-37573
16-750-37593
16-750-37835
16-750-37778
16-750-37970
16-750-38124
16-750-38258
16-750-38641
16-750-38702
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
KEITH 0728-0
KEITH 0728-89
16-105-37410
16-105-37662
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
KEITH 0728-90
KEITH 0728-91
KEITH 0728-93
KEITH 0728-94
KEITH 0728-95
KEITH 0728-92
16-105-37661
16-105-37697
16-105-37938
16-105-37932
16-105-37900
16-105-38259
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
KEITH 0728-96
KEITH 0728-97
16-105-37964
16-105-38386
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
KEITH 0728-98
16-105-38009
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
KEITH 0728-99
KEITH 0728-100
KEITH 0728-101
KEITH 0728-102
KEITH 0728-103
16-105-38255
16-105-38328
16-105-38366
16-105-38664
16-105-38376
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
KEITH 0728-104
KEITH 0728-105
OWINGS 0633-78
OWINGS 0633-79
16-105-38414
16-105-38666
16-404-37809
16-404-37718
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
ECH MPP MTG SNACKS 4/14
MPP MTG MEALS 4/14
ECH EOY SUPPLIES 4/15
ECH CLASS PHOTOS 4/21
ECH SUPPLIES 4/20
ECH SUPPLIES 4/27
ECH SUPPLIES 5/3
ECH CLASS PHOTOS 5/5
ECH FACULTY MTG MEAL 5/10
ECH PARENT INSERVICE
MEALS 5/11
AD TRACK MEDALS 4/15
GIRLS SOCCER TOURN
EXPENSES
TRACK TEAM MEAL 4/16
TRACK SITE LICENSE 4/18
TRACK TEAM MEDALS 4/21
TRACK TEAM MEAL 4/22
AD INSURANCE EXPENSE 4/25
GOLF DISTRICT EXPENSES
5/1-5/3
AD SUPPLIES 4/26
AD MHSBCA MEMBER DUES
4/28
TRACK MEET REFRESHMENTS
4/28
GOLF DISTRICTS EXPENSES 4/29
GOLF DISTRICTS LODGING 5/4
FOOTBALL MTG MEAL 5/6
GOLF TRAVEL EXPENSES 5/7
GOLF SECTIONALS EXPENSES
5/7-5/9
BOYS BBALL BANQUET 5/10
STATE GOLF EXPENSES 5/15
MS SUPPLIES 4/15
MS CHOIR SHIPPING FEES 4/18
6/10/2016
Dated:
18
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
16.77
76.00
20.95
27.00
126.27
18.17
39.99
22.80
94.82
392.38
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
528.09
747.96
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
150.41
250.00
357.56
85.00
29.00
985.04
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
25.68
60.00
5
5
064390
31.20
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
608.35
643.20
105.00
25.00
1,023.74
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
289.60
87.36
136.89
42.61
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
OWINGS 0633-80
OWINGS 0633-81
OWINGS 0633-82
OWINGS 0633-83
OWINGS 0633-84
OWINGS 0633-85
OWINGS 0633-86
OWINGS 0633-87
OWINGS 0633-88
16-404-37833
16-404-37812
16-404-37711
16-404-37839
16-404-37885
16-404-38291
16-404-38253
16-404-38300
16-404-38072
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
OWINGS 0633-89
OWINGS 0633-90
OWINGS 0633-91
OWINGS 0633-92
OWINGS 0633-93
OWINGS 0633-94
OWINGS 0633-95
OWINGS 0633-96
OWINGS 0633-97
BROTMAN 3747-94
BROTMAN 3747-95
BROTMAN 3747-96
BROTMAN 3747-97
BROTMAN 3747-98
16-404-38299
16-404-38070
16-404-38298
16-404-38297
16-404-38292
16-404-38616
16-404-38431
16-404-38433
16-404-38415
16-502-37567
16-502-37808
16-502-37826
16-502-37878
16-502-37880
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/19/2016
BROTMAN 3747-99
BROTMAN 3747-100
BROTMAN 3747-101
RICHARDSON 6121-1
16-502-37889
16-502-37893
16-502-37890
16-504-37984
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
RICHARDSON 6121-1
RICHARDSON 6121-1
KEIHNE 3366-6
KEIHNE 3366-7
KEIHNE 3366-8
16-504-38067
16-504-38535
16-105-38162
16-105-38395
16-105-38147
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
MS SUPPLIES 4/21
MS SUPPLIES 4/21
MS SUPPLIES 4/15
MS LATIN TEXTBOOKS 4/22
MS BOOKS SUPPLIES 4/22
MS ADMIN ASSIST GIFTS 4/27
MS SUPPLIES 4/29
MS SUPPLIES 5/1
MS TEACHER APPREC DAY
SNACKS
MS SUPPLIES 5/2
MS SNACKS 5/2
MS GIFTS 5/3
MS BETA CLUB SUPPLIES 5/4
MS BETA CLUB PIZZA 5/7
MS BETA CLUB PIZZA 5/6
MS GIFT 5/9
MS SOM LUNCHEON 5/9
MS SOM LUNCHEON 5/11
KDG SUPPLIES 4/14
KDG PLAYDAY SUPPLIES 4/20
KDG SNOCONE MACHINE 4/22
KDG STAFF LUNCH 4/22
KDG PLAQUE D. WOODSMALL
4/21
KDG FACULTY GIFTS 4/24
KDG SUPPLIES 4/25
KDG SUPPLIES 4/24
OG TRAVEL EXPENSES PBIS
CONF
OG STAFF LUNCHEON 4/29
OG BIN RACK SYSTEM 5/9
HS TEACHER GIFTS 4/26
HS STUDENT GIFTS 4/21
ADMIN MEAL 4/27
6/10/2016
Dated:
19
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
175.58
507.80
136.89
299.40
1,545.93
79.96
22.02
33.74
113.60
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
273.79
9.30
30.00
106.87
191.70
185.00
15.00
19.28
66.90
101.61
69.99
376.30
179.58
21.75
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
750.00
1,300.00
420.00
57.50
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
113.36
139.99
2,400.00
2,249.38
12.49
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
Invoice No.
KEIHNE 3366-9
KEIHNE 3366-10
KEIHNE 3366-11
KEIHNE 3366-12
HS 2633-25
HS 2633-26
HS 2633-27
HS 2633-28
HS 2633-29
HS 2633-30
HS 2633-31
HS 2633-32
HS 2633-33
HS 2633-34
HS 2633-35
HS 2633-36
HS 2633-37
MAINTENANCE 5510-0
MAINTENANCE 5510
URSERY 2225-53
URSERY 2225-54
URSERY 2225-55
URSERY 2225-56
URSERY 2225-57
URSERY 2225-58
URSERY 2225-59
ROBERTSON 1485-57
ROBERTSON 1485-58
ROBERTSON 1485-59
ROBERTSON 1485-60
ROBERTSON 1485-61
ROBERTSON 1485-62
ROBERTSON 1485-63
ROBERTSON 1485-64
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
16-105-38148
16-105-38145
16-105-38397
16-105-38249
16-105-37746
16-105-35691
16-105-36976
16-105-38027
16-105-38031
16-105-37936
16-105-37592
16-105-37747
16-105-37935
16-105-37958
16-105-37926
16-105-38142
16-105-37929
16-006-38592
16-006-38595
16-006-38607
16-006-38608
16-006-38609
16-006-38610
16-006-38613
16-006-38614
16-006-38615
16-000-37997
16-000-37990
16-000-37996
16-000-37994
16-000-37872
16-000-38215
16-000-37992
16-404-38114
Year:
Vendor
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
HS COUNSIL LUNCHEON 4/28
HS STAFF BDAY SNACKS 5/2
HS CUSTOMER CREDIT 5/3
HS AAG GRANT BOOKS 5/6
HS SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/19
HS LIBRARY TRAVEL MASL 4/23
HS SPEECH TRAVEL EXPENSES
HS TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/22
HS JROTC SUPPLIES 4/21
HS AAG GRANT BOOKS 4/21
HS COUNSELOR SUPPLIES 4/14
HS BUSINESS ED SUPPLIES 4/19
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES 4/22
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES 4/27
HS BUSINESS ED SUPPLIES 4/26
HS STUCO LUNCH 4/15
HS TEXTBOOKS 4/22
MA SUPPLIES 4/22
MA SUPPLIES 5/5
MA TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/14
MA TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/14
MA TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/15
MA SUPPLIES 4/22
MA SUPPLIES BOXES
MA SUPPLIES 4/29
MA ELEVATOR INSPECTION 5/2
CO SUPPLIES
CO SUPPLIES 4/20
CO SUPPLIES
CO SUPPLIES 4/25
HS SITE LICENSES 4/26
ELEM GU BOOKS 4/26
CO SUPPLIES
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 4/26
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064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
Exp. Amount
58.68
20.48
(3.79)
180.52
2,735.85
345.63
225.06
45.62
301.04
374.80
77.82
139.90
260.14
837.00
24.90
54.97
161.54
39.80
16.69
25.25
59.25
30.21
30.14
1,411.20
76.32
875.00
342.25
105.93
482.96
129.71
760.72
188.06
75.38
213.44
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
Invoice No.
ROBERTSON 1485-65
ROBERTSON 1485-66
ROBERTSON 1485-67
ROBERTSON 1485-68
ROBERTSON 1485-69
ROBERTSON 1485-70
ROBERTSON 1485-71
ROBERTSON 1485-72
ROBERTSON 1485-73
ROBERTSON 1485-74
ROBERTSON 6163-28
ROBERTSON 6163-29
ROBERTSON 6163-30
ROBERTSON 6163-31
ROBERTSON 6163-32
ROBERTSON 8595-121
ROBERTSON 8595-122
ROBERTSON 8595-123
JH 3877-134
JH 3877-135
JH 3877-136
JH 3877-137
JH 3877-138
JH 3877-139
JH 3877-140
JH 3877-141
JH 3877-142
JH 3877-143
JH 3877-144
JH 3877-145
JH 3877-146
JH 3877-147
JH 3877-148
JH 3877-149
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
16-000-38408
16-404-38439
16-404-38173
16-000-38344
16-404-38262
16-404-38263
16-404-37965
16-000-38420
16-000-38416
16-000-38418
16-000-38212
16-404-38295
16-000-38235
16-000-38568
16-000-38567
16-000-38214
16-000-38588
16-000-38350
16-205-37814
16-205-37701
16-205-37700
16-205-37788
16-205-37742
16-205-37815
16-205-37930
16-205-37933
16-205-37943
16-205-37982
16-205-37969
16-205-38005
16-205-38010
16-205-38057
16-205-38105
16-205-38118
Year:
Vendor
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
JH DIGITAL RESOURCES 4/28
HS NURSE SUPPLIES 4/25
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 5/3
CO VENDING SUPPLIES 5/3
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 5/4
HS NURSE SUPPLIES 5/4
ELEM NURSE SUPPLIES 5/6
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/10
CO VENDING SUPPLIES 5/11
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/12
KDG COUNSELOR SUPPLIES 4/17
MS SINGS TRIP LODGING 4/30
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/5
HS ROBOTICS EOY 5/12
HS ROBOTICS EOY SNACKS 5/12
JH DIGITAL RESOURCES 4/29
JH STAFF DIGITAL FEES 5/3
JH DIGITAL RESOURCES 5/9
JH BETA CLUB GIFT CARD 4/16
JH SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/19
JH VENDING SUPPLIES 4/19
JH HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/20
JH SUPPLIES 4/20
JH ADMIN ASST GIFT 4/22
JH COFFEE SUPPLIES 4/26
JH VENDING SUPPLIES 4/26
JH PERFECT ATTEND GIFTS 4/26
JH TEAM 4 FIELD TRIP SNACKS
JHS ADMIN ASST LUNCHEON
JH SUPPLIES 4/28
JH SUPPLIES 4/29
JH REFUND CREDIT 4/29
JH HOME EC SUPPLIES 5/2
JH STUCO SUPPLIES 5/3
6/10/2016
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064390
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064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
Exp. Amount
91.99
509.26
265.92
120.80
499.95
299.00
317.93
203.23
45.86
167.44
83.80
1,116.26
287.38
42.00
28.99
699.00
581.76
147.00
30.00
7.88
186.98
68.68
42.00
90.00
27.72
76.76
800.00
167.34
25.82
40.94
24.96
(30.00)
66.86
85.59
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/23/2016
JH 3877-150
JH 3877-151
JH 3877-152
JH 3877-153
JH 3877-154
JH 3877-155
JH 3877-156
JH 3877-157
JH 3877-158
JH 3877-159
RIDEOUT 4730-32
WEADON 3682-31
WEADON 3682-32
TAYLOR 0125-143
TAYLOR 0125-145
KINSEY 4755-407
16-205-38119
16-205-38181
16-205-38179
16-205-38160
16-205-38201
16-205-38211
16-205-38250
16-205-38340
16-205-38541
16-205-38606
16-506-38655
16-408-38184
16-408-38481
16-402-38407
16-402-38402
16-110-37637
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/24/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/19/2016
KINSEY 4755-408
KINSEY 4755-409
KINSEY 4755-410
KINSEY 4755-411
BROTMAN 3747-102
DUCKETT 4748-32
DUCKETT 4748-33
DUCKETT 4748-34
KINSEY 4755-405
KINSEY 4755-406
TAYLOR 0125-144
16-110-37738
16-110-37736
16-110-37737
16-110-37771
16-502-37892
16-002-37961
16-002-38612
16-002-38377
16-110-37609
16-110-37767
16-402-38406
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
TAYLOR 0125-146
BADGLEY 9498-24
BADGLEY 9498-25
BADGLEY 9498-26
MEDIA 8625-76
MEDIA 8625-77
16-402-38388
16-005-38575
16-005-38576
16-005-38577
16-005-38579
16-005-38580
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
JH TEACHER APPREC SUPPLIES
JH STUCO LUNCHEON 5/4
JH SUPPLIES 5/4
JH SUPPLIES 5/4
JH SUPPLIES 5/5
JH NURSE DAY GIFT 5/5
JH SUPPLIES 5/6
JH SUPPLIES 5/9
JH SUPPLIES 5/12
JH SUPP;IES 5/12
ON LATCHKEY SUPPLIES
LR TEACHER APPREC MEAL 5/4
LR TEACHER GIFTS 5/11
EF RETIRE LUNCHEON 5/6
EF SUPPLIES 4/28
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS
4/18
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 4/18
TCC SUPPLIES 4/18
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 4/19
TCC SUPPLIES 4/20
KDG GIFT SUPPLIES 4/25
AEL SECRETARY GIFT 4/27
AEL ADVERTISING FEES 4/30
AEL HISET TESTING 5/10
TCC SUPPLIES 4/15
TCC SUPPLIES 4/18
EF LEADER IN ME SUPPLIES
4/27
EF PCD TRAVEL 4/29
IT SUPPLIES 5/3
IT SUPPLIES 5/6
IT MACBOOK SUPPLIES 5/9
IT SUPPLIES 4/21
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/27
6/10/2016
Dated:
22
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Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
16.92
177.80
3.67
123.10
238.33
30.00
30.75
99.25
121.71
121.71
236.91
300.00
149.00
318.10
157.55
13.25
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
159.50
10.00
76.59
161.10
1,754.99
21.73
16.96
95.00
26.00
491.94
54.28
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
504.86
22.59
1.96
73.78
17.40
21.01
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
MEDIA 8625-78
MEDIA 8625-79
MEDIA 8625-80
MEDIA 8625-81
MEDIA 8625-82
GREEN 9421-102
GREEN 9421-103
16-005-38581
16-005-38582
16-005-38584
16-005-38585
16-005-38593
16-000-38621
16-000-38048
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
GREEN 9421-104
GREEN 9421-105
GREEN 9421-106
GREEN 9421-107
HON 5160-44
PRIEST 6103-17
PRIEST 6103-18
PRIEST 6103-19
PRIEST 6103-20
PRIEST 6103-21
PRIEST 6103-22
PRIEST 6103-23
PRIEST 6103-24
PRIEST 6103-25
GARRETT 6097-32
GARRETT 6097-33
GARRETT 6097-34
GARRETT 6097-35
GARRETT 6097-36
GARRETT 6097-37
JACKSON 6048-89
KINSEY 4755-412
KINSEY 4755-413
KINSEY 4755-414
KINSEY 4755-415
KINSEY 4755-416
16-000-38046
16-000-38286
16-000-38285
16-000-38351
16-000-38283
16-000-38513
16-000-38521
16-000-38519
16-000-38522
16-105-38578
16-105-38342
16-000-38520
16-105-38479
16-105-38590
16-001-37678
16-001-37162
16-001-38152
16-001-38185
16-001-38310
16-001-38393
16-000-38632
16-110-37828
16-110-38063
16-110-38605
16-110-37905
16-110-37904
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/27
IT RETURN CREDIT 4/27
IT MACBOOK SUPPLIES 5/2
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 5/12
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 5/13
EMULE MARKETING FEES 4/26
HON ROWLAND RETIRE MEAL
4/27
RETIREMENT CAKE 4/27
CO SUPPLIES 5/3
CO SUPPLIES 5/3
FOUNDATION MEAL 5/9
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
ARCHITECT MTG MEAL 4/22
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
DISTRICT SHREDDING FEES 5/5
HS LIBRARY EXPENSES 5/5
HS LIBRARY BOOKS 5/5
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
HS LIBRARY SUPPLIES 5/12
HS LIBRARY 5/5
SS TRAVEL CEC CONF 4/14-4/15
SS TRAVEL CEC CONF 4/15
SS SUPPLIES 5/2
SS SUPPLIES 5/4
SS SUPPLIES 5/7
SS SUPPLIES 5/9
ADMIN SUPPLIES BOOKS
TCC STUDENT APPREC DAY 4/21
TCC SUPPLIES 4/21
TCC ADOBE 4/21
TCC GIFTS TUMBLERS 4/22
TCC RETIREMENT GIFT 4/23
6/10/2016
Dated:
23
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Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
20.98
(10.97)
80.00
21.30
114.16
85.00
279.80
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
30.99
87.02
15.76
31.98
315.96
34.31
305.46
33.93
71.08
269.60
507.39
31.94
7.19
0.00
140.36
541.59
33.00
131.96
51.49
22.48
64.00
59.96
20.00
14.99
491.50
135.95
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/23/2016
KINSEY 4755-417
16-110-37903
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
KINSEY 4755-418
KINSEY 4755-419
16-110-38075
16-110-38058
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
KINSEY 4755-420
KINSEY 4755-421
KINSEY 4755-422
KINSEY 4755-423
KINSEY 4755-424
KINSEY 4755-425
KINSEY 4755-426
KINSEY 4755-427
KINSEY 4755-428
KINSEY 4755-429
KINSEY 4755-430
KINSEY 4755-431
KINSEY 4755-432
KINSEY 4755-433
KINSEY 4755-434
GARRETT 4414-155
16-110-38089
16-110-38591
16-110-38598
16-110-38054
16-110-38596
16-110-38266
16-110-38233
16-110-38229
16-110-38337
16-110-38269
16-110-38268
16-110-38267
16-110-38271
16-110-38353
16-110-38273
16-001-38004
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
GARRETT 4414-156
GARRETT 4414-157
16-001-37895
16-001-37873
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
GARRETT 4414-158
16-001-37975
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
GARRETT 4414-159
GARRETT 4414-160
GARRETT 4414-161
GARRETT 4414-162
GARRETT 4414-163
GARRETT 4414-164
GARRETT 4414-165
16-001-37924
16-001-37923
16-001-37869
16-001-37925
16-001-38002
16-001-38001
16-001-37918
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
GARRETT 4414-166
16-001-37963
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS
4/25
TCC SUPPLIES 4/26
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS
4/26
TCC SUPPLIES 4/27
TCC ETHERNET 4/28
TCC COSMO ADVERTISING 4/30
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 5/2
TCC MEMBERSHIP FEES 4/21
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 5/4
TCC SNACKS SUPPLIES 5/5
TCC SUPPLIES 5/4
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/5
TCC CREDENTIAL FEES 5/5
TCC CREDENTIAL FEES 5/5
TCC CREDENTIAL FEES 5/5
TCC PEARSON VUE 5/5
TCC TRAVEL EXPENSES 5/6
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/9
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES
4/20
SS SUPPLIES 4/20
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES
4/20
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES
4/21
SS SUPPLIES 4/20
SS SUPPLIES 4/21
SS SUPPLIES 4/21
SS SUPPLIES 4/20
SS SUPPLIES 4/22
SS SUPPLIES 4/22
SS EDUCATIONAL TRAINING
4/25
SS AUTISM KIT 4/27
6/10/2016
Dated:
24
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
064390
13.25
5
064390
064390
853.82
122.58
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
2,411.63
350.37
395.11
13.25
20.00
49.25
261.57
26.00
626.88
150.00
150.00
150.00
68.00
124.36
299.35
79.48
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
50.00
99.72
5
5
064390
97.52
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
44.93
153.42
22.00
51.79
18.12
22.95
599.97
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
199.99
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
GARRETT 4414-167
GARRETT 4414-168
GARRETT 4414-169
GARRETT 4414-170
GARRETT 4414-171
KEITH 8704-405
KEITH 8704-406
KEITH 8704-407
KEITH 8704-408
KEITH 8704-409
KEITH 8704-410
16-001-38083
16-001-38080
16-001-38069
16-001-38180
16-001-38444
16-105-37655
16-105-37625
16-105-37770
16-105-37886
16-105-37931
16-105-37978
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
KEITH 8704-411
KEITH 8704-412
KEITH 8704-413
KEITH 8704-414
KEITH 8704-415
KEITH 8704-416
KEITH 8704-417
KEITH 8704-418
KEITH 8704-419
16-105-37966
16-105-38099
16-105-38098
16-105-38191
16-105-38037
16-105-38074
16-105-38247
16-105-38246
16-105-38248
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
KEITH 8704-420
16-105-38265
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
KEITH 8704-422
KEITH 8704-421
16-105-38470
16-105-38385
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/23/2016
KEITH 8704-423
KEITH 8704-424
16-105-38472
16-105-38649
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
KEITH 8704-425
16-105-38651
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
5/23/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
KEITH 8704-426
JACKSON 6048-88
JACKSON 6048-83
JACKSON 6048-84
16-105-38391
16-000-38631
16-000-38625
16-000-38626
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
2015-2016
Invoice Description
SS SUPPLIES 4/26
SS SUPPLIES 4/27
SS SUPPLIES 4/28
SS SUPPLIES 5/2
SS SUPPLIES 5/9
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 4/14
AD TENNIS BALLS 4/15
AD TENNIS BALLS 4/15
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 4/22
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 4/25
AD ADMIN ASSIST DAY LUNCH
4/27
AD SUPPLIES 4/27
AD TENNIS TEAM MEALS 4/29
DISTRICT VEHICLE FUEL 4/29
BASEBALL CONF TRAVEL EXP
AD MTG SNACKS 5/2
AD SUPPLIES TRACK 5/2
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 5/4
AD EVALUATION LUNCH 5/5
TRACK MEET REFRESHMENTS
5/5
WORKERS OFFICIALS MEALS
5/6
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 5/11
AD TRAVEL EXP GOLF
BASEBALL 5/7-5/9
AD PARENT MTG SNACKS 5/12
TENNIS TEAM MEAL AND FUEL
5/13
FUEL MEAL STATE GOLF
5/14-5/15
HS NEW TEACHER MEALS 5/4
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
BACKGROUND CHECKS
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
6/10/2016
Dated:
25
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
47.96
14.32
47.40
47.45
55.45
9.48
89.08
89.08
9.38
29.67
22.35
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
984.51
97.07
35.20
155.06
11.71
133.49
14.55
19.94
71.76
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064390
21.75
5
064390
064390
9.48
224.26
5
5
064390
064390
11.18
422.60
5
5
064390
30.02
5
064390
064390
064390
064390
175.95
28.67
258.30
305.46
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/19/2016
5/23/2016
5/19/2016
5/24/2016
JACKSON 6048-85
JACKSON 6048-86
JACKSON 6048-87
DUCKETT 4748-31
ROBERTSON 1485-75
12429-0
16-000-38627
16-000-38628
16-000-38629
16-002-38650
16-000-38456
16-105-38683
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT
4M SIGN COMPANY
5/24/2016
70-958-05-0
16-000-38737
ACCO BRANDS DIRECT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
262670-2
4386202937-0
4386168770-8769-0
1057963-0
MAY 2016 OT-0
0007039-02-1
49504511-7909 RI-0
DCC5387-0
16-105-38544
16-005-38594
16-005-38741
16-005-38742
16-001-38734
16-105-38686
16-105-38527
16-005-38597
AP EXAMS PROGRAM
APPLE INC
APPLE INC
ASSETGENIE INC
BIZZEE KIDZ THERAPY LLC
BOOTHEEL PARTS AND EQUIP
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY
CDW GOVERNMENT
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
DBS6290-DBJ6386-0
CZG6638-0
X080750716-0
16-005-38739
16-005-38740
16-000-38735
CDW GOVERNMENT
CDW GOVERNMENT
CHARTWELLS
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
825219-0
1338-0
49870-0
16-105-38709
16-105-38684
16-006-38677
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR
HEFNER FURNITURE
HI TECH COMMUNICATIONS
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
E160611-0
CAMP FEES-0
176187-0
48129-0
2618220516-0
16-005-38744
16-105-38747
16-105-38714
16-105-38715
16-750-38704
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
IN00373901-379275-0
IN00373901-0
IN00373901-375726-0
2414-0
16-001-38689
16-205-38748
16-110-38648
16-105-38716
IPEVO
Kennett High School
KEY SPORT SHOP
KEY SPORT SHOP
LAKESHORE LEARNING
MATERIALS
MIDLAND PAPER COMPANY
MIDLAND PAPER COMPANY
MIDLAND PAPER COMPANY
MIKE AND ZACHS BBQ
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
26
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
AEL HISET TEST 4/15
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/13
HS TRAP TEAM TRAILER
WRAPPED 5/3
CO SUPPLIES PLANNER
JACKSON
HS AP EXAM SUPPLIES 5/10
MACBOOK REPLACEMENTS 5/18
TRACKPADS AND KEYBOARDS
IT MBA REPAIRS 5/18
SS MAY 2016 OT
HS PROM RENTALS 4/21
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES
REPLACEMENT COMPUTERS
5/17
PROJECTORS 5/12 5/16
IT SUPPLIES 5/9
APRIL FS OPERATING COSTS
4/30
AD RENTAL CAR 5/12-5/20
HS PROM BROKEN LAMP 5/5
MA SMOKE DETECTOR
REPLACED 5/16
IT SHIPPING FEES 5/23
GIRLS BBALL CAMP FEES 5/24
AD WOMENS GOLF POLOS 4/5
AD GOLF SHORTS 4/5
ECH PAT SUPPLIES 5/18
064390
064390
064390
064390
064390
064407
15.69
28.59
10.35
95.00
102.22
748.64
5
5
5
5
5
5
064408
32.38
5
064409
064410
064410
064411
064412
064413
064414
064415
1,938.00
3,796.00
917.95
574.00
7,925.00
764.15
1,514.24
1,520.04
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064415
064415
064416
3,700.70
587.16
296,460.35
5
5
5
064417
064418
064419
279.78
129.95
429.95
5
5
5
064420
064421
064422
064422
064423
168.63
160.00
46.00
210.84
378.92
5
5
5
5
5
SS SUPPLIES
JH SUPPLIES PAPER 5/3
TCC PRINTING SUPPLIES
TRACK MEET HOSP ROOM 5/3
064424
064424
064424
064425
341.58
24.26
467.48
295.13
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
073775401-18
1733-0
16-006-38680
16-105-38712
NEWWAVE COMMUNICATIONS
NLC/IFL REGISTRATION
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
10130-0
208116200054-0
16-006-38679
16-001-38635
PROFESSIONAL WASH SYSTEMS
SCHOOL SPECIALTY
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
29776-0
29744-0
2779-0
16-105-38726
16-105-38730
16-105-38707
5/24/2016
REG-0010193631-1
16-105-38711
5/24/2016
REG-0010193674-1
16-105-38708
5/24/2016
5/24/2016
9765310996-0
SENIOR BANQUET-0
16-000-38738
16-105-38546
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SKEETER KELL SPORT GOODS
SOUTHEAST SIGNS AND GRAPHICS,
INC
UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS
ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS
ASSOCIATION
VERIZON WIRELESS
WESTWOOD HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
5/25/2016
PAY APP 14-0
16-000-38751
5/16/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
CHEER CHOREOGRAPH 16-205-38357
VEN-PAY-2,849
VEN-PAY-2,850
VEN-PAY-2,796
VEN-PAY-2,797
VEN-PAY-2,981
VEN-PAY-2,698
VEN-PAY-2,699
VEN-PAY-2,941
VEN-PAY-2,942
VEN-PAY-2,730
VEN-PAY-2,873
VEN-PAY-2,957
VEN-PAY-2,811
VEN-PAY-2,794
VEN-PAY-2,795
VEN-PAY-2,937
ZOELLNER CONSTRUCTION CO.,
INC
PAIGE PAULEY
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AFLAC
AMERICAN FIDELITY FLEX
AMERICAN FIDELITY FLEX
AMERICAN FIDELITY FLEX
AMERICAN FIDELITY FLEX
AMERICAN FIDELITY
AMERICAN FIDELITY
AMERICAN FIDELITY
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
27
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
MA INTERNET FEES 5/22-6/21
HS FBLA REGISTRATION FEE
5/20
MA SUPPLIES 5/14
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES
5/2
AD GIRLS SOCCER SHIRTS 5/18
AD VOLLEYBALLS 5/17
AD BOYS BBALL CAMP SHIRTS
5/20
JV CHEER CAMP BALANCE
OWED 4/27
HS CHEER CAMP BALANCE
OWED 4/27
ADMIN PHONE EXPENSES 5/12
HS SENIOR BANQUET DINNER
5/3
FINAL PMT FEMA ELIGIBLE 4/28
064426
064427
74.95
205.00
5
5
064428
064429
111.96
83.77
5
5
064430
064430
064431
72.00
585.00
540.00
5
5
5
064432
1,824.00
5
064432
1,610.00
5
064433
064434
1,860.08
2,849.24
5
5
064435
58,669.05
5
JH CHEER ROUTINE 5/14
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
064436
064437
064437
064437
064437
064437
064437
064437
064437
064437
064438
064438
064438
064438
064439
064439
064439
700.00
335.37
698.39
190.03
350.59
36.72
335.37
705.65
2,049.92
2,351.23
196.00
168.00
3,737.00
640.00
3,055.18
1,599.34
17,402.22
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
Invoice No.
VEN-PAY-2,938
VEN-PAY-2,919
VEN-PAY-2,922
VEN-PAY-2,911
VEN-PAY-2,909
VEN-PAY-2,786
VEN-PAY-2,782
VEN-PAY-2,783
VEN-PAY-2,784
VEN-PAY-2,785
VEN-PAY-2,774
VEN-PAY-2,775
VEN-PAY-2,776
VEN-PAY-2,777
VEN-PAY-2,778
VEN-PAY-2,813
VEN-PAY-2,814
VEN-PAY-2,815
VEN-PAY-2,910
VEN-PAY-2,906
VEN-PAY-2,913
VEN-PAY-2,915
VEN-PAY-2,917
VEN-PAY-2,959
VEN-PAY-2,960
VEN-PAY-2,961
VEN-PAY-2,962
VEN-PAY-2,963
VEN-PAY-2,964
VEN-PAY-2,965
VEN-PAY-2,966
VEN-PAY-2,967
VEN-PAY-2,968
VEN-PAY-2,969
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
AMERICAN FIDELITY
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
6/10/2016
Dated:
28
of
Page No:
Check No
064439
064440
064440
064440
064440
064440
064440
064440
064440
064440
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064441
064443
064443
064443
064443
064443
Exp. Amount
9,576.24
0.99
7.60
15.20
527.44
15.20
36.48
3.04
33.44
182.40
1,024.98
13,837.23
4,227.21
4,696.90
939.38
469.69
640.58
1,537.41
125,560.05
39,923.65
1,409.07
3,587.43
256.24
939.38
587.11
409.97
2,562.32
4,099.76
1,024.95
1,002.96
309.32
309.32
727.20
2,130.27
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
Invoice No.
VEN-PAY-2,816
VEN-PAY-2,817
VEN-PAY-2,818
VEN-PAY-2,819
VEN-PAY-2,820
VEN-PAY-2,780
VEN-PAY-2,779
VEN-PAY-2,781
VEN-PAY-2,918
VEN-PAY-2,914
VEN-PAY-2,912
VEN-PAY-2,908
VEN-PAY-2,916
VEN-PAY-2,923
VEN-PAY-2,920
VEN-PAY-2,921
VEN-PAY-2,952
VEN-PAY-2,953
VEN-PAY-2,954
VEN-PAY-2,770
VEN-PAY-2,771
VEN-PAY-2,807
VEN-PAY-2,808
VEN-PAY-2,809
VEN-PAY-2,812
VEN-PAY-2,772
VEN-PAY-2,773
VEN-PAY-2,924
VEN-PAY-2,907
VEN-PAY-2,958
VEN-PAY-2,971
VEN-PAY-2,822
VEN-PAY-2,798
VEN-PAY-2,799
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
TRUSTMARK
TRUSTMARK
MNEA TREASURER
MNEA TREASURER
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
6/10/2016
Dated:
29
of
Page No:
Check No
064443
064443
064443
064443
064443
064444
064444
064444
064444
064444
064444
064444
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064445
064446
064446
064446
064446
064446
064446
064447
064447
064448
064448
Exp. Amount
111.44
32.56
16.28
145.44
338.69
8.00
(24.00)
92.00
2.00
(1.50)
22.00
692.00
26.00
8,970.00
286.00
1.50
897.00
806.00
1,520.00
104.00
1,222.00
115.00
78.00
380.00
404.76
813.20
85.60
128.40
3,638.00
1,982.93
869.11
88.95
162.00
22.30
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/31/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
Invoice No.
VEN-PAY-2,800
VEN-PAY-2,801
VEN-PAY-2,943
VEN-PAY-2,944
VEN-PAY-2,945
VEN-PAY-2,946
MOTAXFEE053116-0
VEN-PAY-2,947
VEN-PAY-2,948
VEN-PAY-2,949
VEN-PAY-2,706
VEN-PAY-2,802
VEN-PAY-2,803
VEN-PAY-2,804
VEN-PAY-2,857
VEN-PAY-2,805
VEN-PAY-2,806
VEN-PAY-2,707
VEN-PAY-2,708
VEN-PAY-2,950
VEN-PAY-2,951
VEN-PAY-2,955
VEN-PAY-2,956
VEN-PAY-2,728
VEN-PAY-2,729
VEN-PAY-2,810
VEN-PAY-2,939
VEN-PAY-2,697
VEN-PAY-2,760
VEN-PAY-2,970
VEN-PAY-2,821
VEN-PAY-2,902
VEN-PAY-2,761
VEN-PAY-2,692
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
MNEA TREASURER
MNEA TREASURER
MNEA TREASURER
MNEA TREASURER
MNEA TREASURER
MNEA TREASURER
COLLECTOR SOLUTIONS
MSTA
MSTA
MSTA
MSTA
MSTA
MSTA
MSTA
MSTA
OZARK FITNESS
OZARK FITNESS
OZARK FITNESS
OZARK FITNESS
OZARK FITNESS
OZARK FITNESS
PARC
PARC
PARC
PARC
PARC
AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE
AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE
COMMUNITY CARES CORP
COMMUNITY CARES CORP
COMMUNITY CARES CORP
TRUSTMARK
TRUSTMARK
AMERICAN FIDELITY
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
MO WH TAX FEE
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
6/10/2016
Dated:
30
of
Page No:
Check No
064448
064448
064448
064448
064448
064448
064449
064450
064450
064450
064450
064450
064450
064450
064450
064451
064451
064451
064451
064451
064451
064452
064452
064452
064452
064452
064453
064453
064454
064454
064454
064455
064455
064456
Exp. Amount
43.70
23.76
2,970.00
245.30
330.00
393.30
1.00
4,328.10
27.00
201.00
10.00
229.00
9.00
40.20
(10.00)
48.93
27.19
81.57
21.75
146.79
244.71
100.00
288.00
20.00
48.00
48.00
137.38
35.51
6.00
75.00
45.00
55.32
55.32
1,447.25
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
Invoice No.
VEN-PAY-2,693
VEN-PAY-2,844
VEN-PAY-2,845
VEN-PAY-2,826
VEN-PAY-2,661
VEN-PAY-2,664
VEN-PAY-2,667
VEN-PAY-2,668
VEN-PAY-2,669
VEN-PAY-2,665
VEN-PAY-2,662
VEN-PAY-2,825
VEN-PAY-2,823
VEN-PAY-2,861
VEN-PAY-2,862
VEN-PAY-2,863
VEN-PAY-2,670
VEN-PAY-2,671
VEN-PAY-2,712
VEN-PAY-2,713
VEN-PAY-2,714
VEN-PAY-2,724
VEN-PAY-2,731
VEN-PAY-2,732
VEN-PAY-2,672
VEN-PAY-2,673
VEN-PAY-2,663
VEN-PAY-2,666
VEN-PAY-2,874
VEN-PAY-2,875
VEN-PAY-2,824
VEN-PAY-2,891
VEN-PAY-2,892
VEN-PAY-2,893
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
AMERICAN FIDELITY
AMERICAN FIDELITY
AMERICAN FIDELITY
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ANTHEM LIFE
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ANTHEM
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
6/10/2016
Dated:
31
of
Page No:
Check No
064456
064456
064456
064457
064457
064457
064457
064457
064457
064458
064458
064458
064459
064459
064459
064459
064459
064459
064459
064459
064459
064459
064460
064460
064460
064460
064460
064460
064460
064460
064460
064461
064461
064461
Exp. Amount
1,175.29
1,469.51
1,175.29
(3.04)
367.84
0.53
0.38
2.97
2.97
0.00
482.00
(4.00)
(52.00)
161.00
195.00
209.00
6,266.00
0.00
161.00
195.00
209.00
(26.00)
204.98
768.69
(512.49 )
469.69
19,726.98
93,785.67
204.98
768.69
(512.49 )
370.14
130.24
40.70
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
5/20/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/20/2016
5/6/2016
5/6/2016
5/26/2016
VEN-PAY-2,894
VEN-PAY-2,898
VEN-PAY-2,736
VEN-PAY-2,749
VEN-PAY-2,750
VEN-PAY-2,751
VEN-PAY-2,752
VEN-PAY-2,756
VEN-PAY-2,983
VEN-PAY-2,674
VEN-PAY-2,675
052616-0
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
ASSURANT
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
AMERICAN FIDELITY HSA
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/27/2016
5/31/2016
5/31/2016
5/31/2016
RET053116-01-0
RET53116-03-0
RET053116-02-0
53116-04-0
34265-0
DESE B/G CLUB-5
9164825-0
5/10/16-0
5/13/16-0
1427A-0
775915-773447-7784402766-2767-0
16-002-38703
16-000-38757
16-404-38294
16-000-38674
16-110-38529
16-000-38771
16-105-38696
16-000-38776
ANTHEM
ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
ASSURANT
PB SCHOOL DENTAL ACCOUNT
AZTEC SOFTWARE
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
GOPHER
HMBSYSTEMS LLC
MCCE
DILLE AND TRAXEL LLC
HERFF JONES INC
Midwest Environmental Studies
5/31/2016
42492-0
16-105-38697
MINIT PRINT INC
5/31/2016
5/31/2016
5/31/2016
5/31/2016
955814-0
1847-0
540660-540659-0
310-0
16-105-38523
16-105-38728
16-205-38758
16-105-38695
NASCO
ROTARY CLUB OF POPLAR BLUFF
SHELTON BUSINESS MACHINE
SPECTRA 1 TROPHIES
5/31/2016
5/4/2016
45776-0
Reimbursement-6
16-000-38769
16-001-38035
Toth & Associates, Inc
ALLEN, DEBBIE D
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/20/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
Payroll Dated : 05/06/16
ADJ FOR CLEVENGER - NOT
RETURNING IN FALL
Ret & Cobra June 16
June 16 Ret & Cobra
Ret & Cobra June 16 Vision
June 16 Ret & Cobra
AEL SOFTWARE 5/25
DESE MAY B/G CLUB 5/27
MS SUPPLIES 5/20
PDC MS CONSULT SERVICES
TCC SUPPLIES R. SHRUM 5/13
ARCHITECTURE FEES FEMA
HS GRAD DIPLOMAS
ON HS ASBESTOS REMOVAL
5/21
HS GRADUATION PROGRAMS
5/12
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES 5/24
HS MEMBER DUES S. TYLER 4/4
JH COPIER SUPPLIES 5/25
HS RETIREMENT NAME PLATES
5/3
FEMA MANAGEMENT 5/26
2nd Semester Travel
6/10/2016
Dated:
32
of
Page No:
Check No
064461
064461
064461
064461
064461
064461
064461
064461
064461
064462
064462
064462
Exp. Amount
84.84
361.87
(16.28)
382.08
130.24
40.70
84.84
366.92
5.05
1,797.60
42.80
(42.80)
7:13:14AM
40
Month
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064463
064464
064465
064466
064467
064468
064469
064470
064471
064472
064473
064474
35,361.22
256.00
579.24
4,866.00
4,980.00
8,365.00
1,830.15
1,500.00
2,004.75
300.00
3,140.87
27,277.50
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
064475
1,027.00
5
064476
064477
064478
064479
255.00
175.00
270.12
10.50
5
5
5
5
17,089.00
250.00
5
5
064480
ACH000570
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
5/11/2016
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-7
REIMBURSEMENT-1
REIMBURSEMENT-3
REIMBURSEMENT-5
16-205-37896
16-750-37898
16-110-38356
16-000-38480
16-404-38040
ALLEN, THOMAS F
BELL, LORI A
BOGGS, ELLEN L
BOOKER, CARRIE L
BOYER, LISA A
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/11/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/11/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
Reimbursement-3
Reimbursement-11
REIMBURSEMENT-2
Reimbursement-3
Reimbursement-2
Reimbursement-2
Reimbursement-3
Reimbursement-4
REIMBURSEMENT-5
Reimbursement-1
Reimbursement-12
16-408-37560
16-502-37135
16-001-38241
16-001-37920
16-506-37988
16-005-38092
16-105-37652
16-205-37702
16-105-38242
16-506-37733
16-205-37911
BOYLES, SHIELA J
BROTMAN, CAROL A
BURKEY, SHARON L
CANTRELL, ALANA B
CARDA, PATRICK J
CARDA-COLEMAN, JULIE A
CARDA-COLEMAN, JULIE A
CARDA-COLEMAN, JULIE A
CARDA-COLEMAN, JULIE A
CARSON, KARMEN R
CASE, ROBERT E
5/13/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-0
16-750-38117
CASE, SANDRA K
5/11/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-16
16-001-38120
CATES, ANITA L
5/13/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-10
16-105-37921
CLARK, KATHRYN C
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/11/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
Reimbursement-7
Reimbursement-5
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-47
REIMBURSEMENT-48
Reimbursement-1
Reimbursement-1
Reimbursement-47
REIMBURSEMENT-31
REIMBURSEMENT-32
REIMBURSEMENT-12
16-001-38039
16-001-38038
16-001-38045
16-001-37739
16-001-38134
16-105-37981
16-506-37901
16-003-38107
16-110-38355
16-002-37934
16-404-38174
COCHRAN, JANET L
COLEMAN, LAURIE
COLEMAN, SHELIA D
COPE, DENISE D
COPE, DENISE D
CRAFTON, RUSTY D
DEBERRY, ASHLEY R
DODSON, MISTY D
DUCKETT, GINA L
DUCKETT, GINA L
EMMONS, KAREN K
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
North Gulf Coast Fuel
Prints
MEALS NEI BRANSON 4/12-4/15
AUG-MAY INDISTRICT TRAVEL
MILEAGE CONCUSSION
SEMINAR CAPE
Confer Memphis TN Love & Logic
Jan-May Travel @90
ASHA DUES REIMBURSED 5/6
Walmart gum candy soap snacks
Mileage to Oak Grove Aug-May
Office Depot Labels
Camden on the Lake Cheer Conf
Mileage Cheer Clinic Camden
JH CHEER SHORTS 5/4
Walmart Pencil Sharpener
Travel July-May @90 Supervision
Sports
2ND SEMESTER TRAVEL
STIPEND
SS INDISTRICT MILEAGE
FEB-APRIL
HS FFA SNACKS COLUMBIA
TRIP 4/20
2nd Sem Travel Stipend
2nd Sem Travel Stipend
Scholastic Book
Fuel Festus, Brentwood Lunch
SS APRIL MILEAGE
Cape Soccer Jackson El Acapulco
Hobby Lobby
April Travel
MEALS AID CONF CAMDENTON
2015/16 TRAVEL STIPEND
MAR APR MAY TRAVEL
STIPEND
6/10/2016
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Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
ACH000571
ACH000572
ACH000573
ACH000574
ACH000575
147.09
30.85
42.78
411.80
62.40
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000576
ACH000577
ACH000578
ACH000579
ACH000580
ACH000581
ACH000581
ACH000581
ACH000581
ACH000582
ACH000583
99.00
450.00
225.00
50.09
69.60
12.99
228.90
180.00
36.48
56.97
1,681.60
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000584
240.00
5
ACH000585
211.20
5
ACH000586
44.86
5
ACH000587
ACH000588
ACH000589
ACH000590
ACH000590
ACH000591
ACH000592
ACH000593
ACH000594
ACH000594
ACH000595
250.00
250.00
50.00
42.37
44.80
29.04
52.53
178.80
38.50
420.00
180.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
Reimbursement-3
Reimbursement-4
Reimbursement-5
Reimbursement-3
Reimbursement-4
REIMBURSEMENT-5
REIMBURSEMENT-2
16-105-37760
16-404-37792
16-404-37072
16-404-37520
16-404-37623
16-404-38302
16-205-38334
EUBANKS, KENNETH GLENN
EUBANKS, KENNETH GLENN
EUBANKS, KENNETH GLENN
FAIN, TIMOTHY P
FAIN, TIMOTHY P
FAIN, TIMOTHY P
FREY, ANITA D
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
Reimbursement-7
Reimbursement-35
Reimbursement-23
REIMBURSEMENT-5
REIMBURSEMENT-0
16-001-38036
16-001-38032
16-000-38109
16-000-38381
16-008-38324
GAEBLER, CYNTHIA
GARRETT, MELINDA C
GIBBS, TERESA G
GILMORE, MADELEINE J
GOMEZ, NEFTALI
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/11/2016
Reimbursement-18
REIMBURSEMENT-5
REIMBURSEMENT-11
16-504-37412
16-105-37959
16-105-38150
GROSS, DEBORAH L
HALL, TRACEY
HALTER, STEPHANIE E
5/13/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/11/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/11/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-6
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-11
Reimbursement-12
Reimbursement-7
Reimbursement-8
Reimbursement-9
Reimbursement-10
REIMBURSEMENT-13
Reimbursement-4
REIMBURSEMENT-2
REIMBURSEMENT-9
16-105-38163
16-404-37977
16-504-37857
16-504-37858
16-504-37762
16-504-37859
16-504-37854
16-504-37856
16-504-38192
16-001-37847
16-105-38309
16-000-38000
HARRIS, KAREN D
HATCH, MARY DENISE
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENDERSON, SHEILA K
HENRY, MARTHA H
HENSON, AMY M
HILLIS, LAURA C
5/4/2016
4/1/2016
4/1/2016
Reimbursement-19
Reimbursement-125
REIMBURSEMENT-124
16-110-37782
16-000-37219
16-000-36898
HON, BARBARA G
HON, CHRISTOPHER C
HON, CHRISTOPHER C
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Dinner St Louis Golf Fuel
Menards Soccer goal
Menards Cell Core PVC
UPS Store Cardinals Tickets
Hancock fabrics
CHOIR SUPPLIES
MASS MEDIA PARTY FOOD
SUPPLIES
2nd Sem Travel Stipend
May Monthly Travel
May Travel
MILEAGE OGTO B/G CLUD
FUEL COLUMBIA BAND COMP
4/30
Jan-May Travel @40
MEALS FBLA STATE 4/24-4/26
POM CHRISTMAS AND TRYOUT
SUPPLIES
SCIENCE SUPPLIES GLOVES 5/3
Mileage Libraries
Hobby Lobby D Redwine
Maurices C Inners
Marshalls Gift Card
Marshall gift Card
La Boutique D Gross
Pro Nails A Moore
GIFT CARD D. PENNINGTON
Amazon Pencils colors Markers
AD POM BOWS 5/9
RETIREMENT RECEPTION
SUPPLIES
HS & TCC Mileage 1/5-4/14
MASA & MOSPRA 4 Seasons
MEALS MILEAGE SUPER
FORUM
6/10/2016
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Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
ACH000596
ACH000596
ACH000596
ACH000597
ACH000597
ACH000597
ACH000598
52.78
20.77
91.99
23.56
130.10
128.85
109.86
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000599
ACH000600
ACH000601
ACH000602
ACH000603
250.00
120.00
80.00
37.60
64.64
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000604
ACH000605
ACH000606
200.00
56.69
103.75
5
5
5
ACH000607
ACH000608
ACH000609
ACH000609
ACH000609
ACH000609
ACH000609
ACH000609
ACH000609
ACH000610
ACH000611
ACH000612
45.22
41.20
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
50.00
45.39
110.00
164.57
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000613
ACH000614
ACH000614
42.00
119.39
287.74
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/13/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-4
16-105-38166
HUDDLESTON, CRYSTAL A
5/13/2016
4/1/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-6
Reimbursment-0
Reimbursement-5
REIMBURSEMENT-6
Reimbursement-5
Reimbursement-0
REIMBURSEMENT-8
Reimbursement-6
Reimbursement-3
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-0
REIMBURSEMENT-2
REIMBURSEMENT-11
16-110-38360
16-404-37843
16-502-37137
16-000-38380
16-404-37713
16-205-38007
16-001-38419
16-404-38008
16-001-38041
16-506-37222
16-506-37906
16-402-37779
16-105-38161
16-110-38254
HUTCHESON, NELLIE RUTH
JACKSON, ANGELA
JENNINGS, THERESA L
JONES, MARANDA M
LANCE, JASON P
MANNON, JEFFREY
MATTHEWS, MELINDA K
MILLER, TAMMY L
MISNER, STEPHANIE H
MURRAY, TREENA L
OWINGS, HOLLY A
PAINTER, NATOSHA R
PENDLEY, GRETCHEN K
PLUNK, AMANDA R
5/13/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-17
16-105-38413
PRIEST, MARCIA
5/13/2016
5/4/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-4
Reimbursement-3
16-105-38170
16-205-37917
PULLAM, HEATHER E
PULLIAM, SHARI
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/11/2016
Reimbursement-23
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-18
REIMBURSEMENT-19
16-506-37777
16-404-38006
16-000-37865
16-000-38236
RIDEOUT, ANGELA L
ROBERTSON, ASHLEY D
ROBERTSON, PATTY A
ROBERTSON, PATTY A
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
5/11/2016
5/13/2016
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-123
Reimbursement-124
REIMBURSEMENT-125
REIMBURSEMENT-2
REIMBURSEMENT-3
REIMBURSEMENT-0
16-001-37946
16-110-37728
16-110-38077
16-110-38252
16-000-38399
16-408-38222
16-404-38303
ROBERTSON, SARA JANE
SHRUM, REBECCA
SHRUM, REBECCA
SHRUM, REBECCA
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER G
STAFFORD, KASI M
SULLIVAN, TERRIE D
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
FUEL MEALS FBLA CONV
4/24-4/26
MILEAGE MEALS NEI BRANSON
Mileage St Louis Choir
Stipend 2nd Jan-May @40
MILEAGE ON TO B/G CLUB
Cape Brain Injury Conf
Putty Knife 3D
APR MAY INDISTRICT TRAVEL
MASL Meals TanTarA
2nd Sem Travel Stipend
WalMart Clear White
Office Depot Paper Tape pens
Mileage TanTarA
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES 5/3
MILEAGE MOTEL MEALS HAIR
SHOW
HS LIBRARY REMOTE CONTROL
5/6
FBLA CONF MEALS4/24-4/26
Mail Stipend WM Bank July-June
@40
Travel Jan-May @90
MASL Meals TarTarA
Pear Deck Premium
MILEAGE SEMO SUPT BANQUET
CAPE
Travel 8/10-4/20
Spectra Trophies
Kennett Rolla Doniphan
MILEAGE DONIPHAN 5/3
2015/16 INDISTRICT TRAVEL
REGISTRATION FEES ADHD 5/4
MILEAGE COLLAB MTGS JUL
OCT MAR
6/10/2016
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Exp. Amount
7:13:14AM
40
Month
ACH000615
105.85
5
ACH000616
ACH000617
ACH000618
ACH000619
ACH000620
ACH000621
ACH000622
ACH000623
ACH000624
ACH000625
ACH000626
ACH000627
ACH000628
ACH000629
426.99
162.40
200.00
47.04
70.75
31.73
47.51
39.12
75.00
44.64
62.36
172.00
15.00
496.55
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000630
19.08
5
ACH000631
ACH000632
75.73
541.20
5
5
ACH000633
ACH000634
ACH000635
ACH000635
450.00
237.02
99.99
62.40
5
5
5
5
ACH000636
ACH000637
ACH000637
ACH000637
ACH000638
ACH000639
ACH000640
190.00
17.85
390.53
24.80
761.60
199.99
187.20
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
5/13/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-13
16-504-38318
TAYLOR, HILARY H
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/13/2016
Reimbursement-11
Reimbursement-12
Reimbursement-0
Reimbursement-8
Reimbursement-4
Reimbursement-3
REIMBURSEMENT-3
REIMBURSEMENT-15
16-504-37709
16-504-37712
16-504-37715
16-402-36647
16-750-37606
16-404-37891
16-105-38205
16-750-38116
TAYLOR, HILARY H
TAYLOR, HILARY H
TAYLOR, HILARY H
TAYLOR, JENNIFER L
TIBBS, LORI A
URSERY, SHEILA G
WESEMANN, JOSHUA A
WESTBROOK, JOANNE
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
5/11/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-1
REIMBURSEMENT-12
REIMBURSEMENT-13
16-001-38223
16-506-38121
16-506-38065
WILLIAMS, WRAY A
WIRTH, DENNIS
WIRTH, DENNIS
5/11/2016
5/13/2016
5/4/2016
5/4/2016
5/13/2016
5/31/2016
REIMBURSEMENT-14
REIMBURSEMENT-16
Reimbursement-10
Reimbursement-11
REIMBURSEMENT-15
MAY PELL CHECKS-0
16-506-38100
16-506-38230
16-506-37780
16-506-37989
16-506-38365
WIRTH, DENNIS
WIRTH, DENNIS
WIRTH, DENNIS
WIRTH, DENNIS
WIRTH, DENNIS
FIRST MISSOURI STATE BANK
Year:
6/10/2016
Dated:
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2015-2016
Check No
Invoice Description
PENNINGTON CAKES SUPPLIES
5/9
Walmart Retirement
Walmart D Gross Towels
Tasty Treats Retirement
Travel Jan-May @90 Stipend
Amazon
Mileage 11/4-5/12
MEALS TRAP LINN CREE 4/29
2ND SEMESTER TRAVEL
STIPEND
SS TRUST I SUPPLIES
ON MUSIC SUPPLIES 5/3
MUSIC SUPPLIES DIGITAL
PIANO
MUSIC SUPPLIES 5/2
ELEM MUSIC SUPPLIES 5/5
Music K8 CD
Mileage OG Aug-May
ELEM MUSIC SUPPLIES 5/10
MAY 2016 PELL CHECKS
Exp. Amount
130.00
5
ACH000641
ACH000641
ACH000641
ACH000642
ACH000643
ACH000644
ACH000645
ACH000646
22.37
18.56
50.00
450.00
114.28
46.56
18.77
540.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
ACH000647
ACH000648
ACH000648
35.00
579.72
450.00
5
5
5
ACH000648
ACH000648
ACH000648
ACH000648
ACH000648
PEL053116
198.28
757.10
31.90
38.40
270.00
58,479.00
5
5
5
5
5
5
2,914,689.24
Total :
1,514,238.49
Payroll Expense
Total Invoices :
1,851
Month
ACH000641
Accounts Payable Expense Total :
Payroll Expense
7:13:14AM
40
Grand Total:
4,428,927.73
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
6/10/2016
Dated:
37
of
Page No:
2015-2016
Check No
Invoice Description
Exp. Amount
Rebates\ Refunds
DATE
Trans Month
NUMBER
ACCOUNT CODE
TRANSACTION DESCRIPTION
FUND
5/3/2016
Entry Total
Club
ACCOUNT DESCRITPION
TRAN AMT
5
RC-23
5/3 MA REPAIRS JH BATHROOM SINK REPAIR
001-2540-6332-006-000-936
20.61
OM REPAIRS & MAINT
5/3 MA GAS REFUND LACLEDE GAS CO
001-2540-6482-006-000-936
353.12
OM GAS NATURAL
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
5/9/2016
373.73
5
RC-24
DEPOSIT 5/9 MSU REGISTRATION REFUND S.
LUCAS
001-2321-6391-000-000-935
1,000.00
EA OTHER PURCHASE SERVICES
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
5/10/2016
373.73
1,000.00
1,000.00
5
RC-25
DEPOSIT 5/10 BUS SEAT REPAIRS J. DUNN
STUDENT
001-2552-6491-008-000-939
73.00
PT BUS REPAIR PARTS
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
73.00
73.00
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
5/17/2016
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
6/10/2016
Dated:
38
of
Page No:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Check No
Exp. Amount
5
RC-26
DEPOSIT 5/17 JH NOVACOPY OVERPAYMENT
PAID TWICE
001-1131-6332-205-000-000
DEPOSIT 5/17 JH NOVACOPY OVERPAYMENT
PAID TWICE
001-1131-6411-205-000-000
DEPOSIT 5/17 ECH PATNC REFUND
001-3511-6411-750-024-750
270.99
JH REPAIRS & MAINT
333.05
JH SUPPLIES
750.00
PAT SUPPLIES
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
5/20/2016
1,354.04
5
RC-27
5/20 PB SCHOOL FOUNDATION REFUND FOR
LUNCH
001-2321-6343-000-000-935
31.98
EA TRAVEL
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
5/27/2016
1,354.04
31.98
31.98
5
RC-28
5/27 UNIV OF MO - AEL MILEAGE REFUND B.
MEESE
001-1611-6343-002-000-827
192.40
AEL PURCHASED SERVICE CAT 1
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
192.40
192.40
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
5/31/2016
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Year:
Vendor
6/10/2016
Dated:
39
of
Page No:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
Check No
Exp. Amount
5
RC-29
5/31 BOYS GIRLS CLUB ELECTRIC REFUND
001-2540-6481-006-000-936
773.63
OM ELECTRIC
5/31 BOYS GIRLS CLUB GAS REFUND
001-2540-6482-006-000-936
110.38
OM GAS NATURAL
5/31 BOYS GIRLS CLUB CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES
REFUND
001-2540-6412-006-000-936
99.92
OM SUPPLIES CUSTODIAL
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
TOTAL NUMBER:
Grand Total :
12
983.93
983.93
$4,009.08
Bank Fees
DATE
NUMBER
Trans Month
Entry Total
FUND
TRANSACTION DESCRIPTION
ACCOUNT CODE
ACCOUNT DESCRITPION
Club
TRAN AMT
Entry Total :
Total For Date :
TOTAL NUMBER:
Grand Total :
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Date
Invoice No.
EXPENDITURE REPORT(summary)
Period: May
PO Number
Vendor
Year:
2015-2016
Invoice Description
6/10/2016
Dated:
40
of
Page No:
Check No
Exp. Amount
NOTE: A Combined Grand Total is not available at this time. Please calculate: Combined Grand Total = Total Expenses - Rebates + Bank Fees
7:13:14AM
40
Month
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
Page 1
ASBR Budget Report
Revenue by Object
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
(886,185.62)
109.32
0.00
(886,185.62)
109.32
624,857.67
(2,690.67)
100.43
0.00
(2,690.67)
100.43
2,536,503.30
484,112.70
83.97
0.00
484,112.70
83.97
13,556,767.59
(404,763.59)
103.08
0.00
(404,763.59)
103.08
116,485.12
1,258,757.38
601,242.62
67.68
0.00
601,242.62
67.68
122,000.00
8,344.00
217,095.59
(95,095.59)
177.95
0.00
(95,095.59)
177.95
286,794.00
28,943.49
265,581.91
21,212.09
92.60
0.00
21,212.09
92.60
2,268,794.00
153,772.61
1,741,434.88
527,359.12
76.76
0.00
527,359.12
76.76
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4,747,997.00
480,251.73
4,711,225.91
36,771.09
99.23
0.00
36,771.09
99.23
Total for All Funds
4,747,997.00
480,251.73
4,711,225.91
36,771.09
99.23
0.00
36,771.09
99.23
15,000.00
0.00
19,539.13
(4,539.13)
130.26
0.00
(4,539.13)
130.26
15,000.00
0.00
19,539.13
(4,539.13)
130.26
0.00
(4,539.13)
130.26
160,000.00
182,918.06
182,918.06
(22,918.06)
114.32
0.00
(22,918.06)
114.32
160,000.00
182,918.06
182,918.06
(22,918.06)
114.32
0.00
(22,918.06)
114.32
42,000.00
0.00
45,968.60
(3,968.60)
109.45
0.00
(3,968.60)
109.45
42,000.00
0.00
45,968.60
(3,968.60)
109.45
0.00
(3,968.60)
109.45
1 - GENERAL FUND
727,098.00
58,479.00
924,726.50
(197,628.50)
127.18
7,587.00
(205,215.50)
128.22
Total for All Funds
727,098.00
58,479.00
924,726.50
(197,628.50)
127.18
7,587.00
(205,215.50)
128.22
120,000.00
9,953.52
91,134.26
28,865.74
75.95
0.00
28,865.74
75.95
2,000.00
119.35
2,241.72
(241.72)
112.09
0.00
(241.72)
112.09
0.00
6,212.53
6,284.66
(6,284.66)
0.00
0.00
(6,284.66)
0.00
122,000.00
16,285.40
99,660.64
22,339.36
81.69
0.00
22,339.36
81.69
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
9,509,221.00
0.00
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
622,167.00
0.00
3,020,616.00
0.00
13,152,004.00
0.00
1,860,000.00
YTD Activity
5111 Current Taxes
Total for All Funds
10,395,406.62
5112 Delinquent Taxes
1 - GENERAL FUND
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5113 Sch Dist Trust Fund (Prop
5114 Financial Institution Tax
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5115 M & M Surtax
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5116 In Lieu Of Tax
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5123 Tuition - Post Secondary
5140 Earnings On Investments
1 - GENERAL FUND
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5150-5164 Food Service Program
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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ASBR Budget Report
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
391,577.01
15,851.99
96.11
0.00
15,851.99
96.11
391,577.01
15,851.99
96.11
0.00
15,851.99
96.11
6,800.61
214,980.90
12,019.10
94.71
0.00
12,019.10
94.71
6,800.61
214,980.90
12,019.10
94.71
0.00
12,019.10
94.71
861,275.00
62,158.58
912,428.94
(51,153.94)
105.94
97.00
(51,250.94)
105.95
0.00
0.00
20,316.00
(20,316.00)
0.00
0.00
(20,316.00)
0.00
861,275.00
62,158.58
932,744.94
(71,469.94)
108.30
97.00
(71,566.94)
108.31
1 - GENERAL FUND
64,400.00
9,096.94
55,024.13
9,375.87
85.44
753.50
8,622.37
86.61
Total for All Funds
64,400.00
9,096.94
55,024.13
9,375.87
85.44
753.50
8,622.37
86.61
189,775.00
14,615.53
131,766.19
58,008.81
69.43
1,100.00
56,908.81
70.01
17,500.00
0.00
24,038.26
(6,538.26)
137.36
0.00
(6,538.26)
137.36
207,275.00
14,615.53
155,804.45
51,470.55
75.17
1,100.00
50,370.55
75.70
13,966,198.00
290,988.52
14,375,801.93
(409,603.93)
102.93
9,537.50
(419,141.43)
103.00
4,765,497.00
480,251.73
4,735,264.17
30,232.83
99.37
0.00
30,232.83
99.37
746,167.00
8,463.35
844,194.98
(98,027.98)
113.14
0.00
(98,027.98)
113.14
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
407,429.00
13,399.22
Total for All Funds
407,429.00
13,399.22
1 - GENERAL FUND
227,000.00
Total for All Funds
227,000.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
YTD Activity
5165 Food Service Non-Program
5170 Student Activities
5180 Community Services
5190 Other Local
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
5199 Local - Subtotal
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
3,524,410.00
218,074.08
3,077,111.66
447,298.34
87.31
0.00
447,298.34
87.31
23,002,272.00
997,777.68
23,032,372.74
(30,100.74)
100.13
9,537.50
(39,638.24)
100.17
2 - TEACHERS FUND
98,000.00
0.00
0.00
98,000.00
0.00
0.00
98,000.00
0.00
Total for All Funds
98,000.00
0.00
0.00
98,000.00
0.00
0.00
98,000.00
0.00
566,216.00
0.00
489,600.97
76,615.03
86.47
0.00
76,615.03
86.47
37,059.00
0.00
35,605.12
1,453.88
96.08
0.00
1,453.88
96.08
0.00
0.00
119,463.77
(119,463.77)
0.00
0.00
(119,463.77)
0.00
603,275.00
0.00
644,669.86
(41,394.86)
106.86
0.00
(41,394.86)
106.86
41,893.00
0.00
44,341.18
(2,448.18)
105.84
0.00
(2,448.18)
105.84
Total for All Funds
5211 Fines, Escheats,etc
5221 State Assessed Utilities
1 - GENERAL FUND
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5231 Federal Properties (Include
1 - GENERAL FUND
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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ASBR Budget Report
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
2,742.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
44,635.00
0.00
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
3,224.61
(482.61)
117.60
10,819.35
(10,819.35)
0.00
58,385.14
(13,750.14)
YTD Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
0.00
(482.61)
117.60
0.00
(10,819.35)
0.00
130.81
0.00
(13,750.14)
130.81
87.80
5299 County - Subtotal
1 - GENERAL FUND
608,109.00
0.00
533,942.15
74,166.85
87.80
0.00
74,166.85
2 - TEACHERS FUND
98,000.00
0.00
0.00
98,000.00
0.00
0.00
98,000.00
0.00
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
39,801.00
0.00
38,829.73
971.27
97.56
0.00
971.27
97.56
0.00
0.00
130,283.12
(130,283.12)
0.00
0.00
(130,283.12)
0.00
745,910.00
0.00
703,055.00
42,855.00
94.25
0.00
42,855.00
94.25
2 - TEACHERS FUND
17,580,311.00
1,516,501.07
16,337,697.07
1,242,613.93
92.93
0.00
1,242,613.93
92.93
Total for All Funds
17,580,311.00
1,516,501.07
16,337,697.07
1,242,613.93
92.93
0.00
1,242,613.93
92.93
1 - GENERAL FUND
342,187.00
27,377.00
303,003.00
39,184.00
88.55
0.00
39,184.00
88.55
Total for All Funds
342,187.00
27,377.00
303,003.00
39,184.00
88.55
0.00
39,184.00
88.55
1 - GENERAL FUND
982,910.00
124,892.07
716,133.53
266,776.47
72.86
0.00
266,776.47
72.86
Total for All Funds
982,910.00
124,892.07
716,133.53
266,776.47
72.86
0.00
266,776.47
72.86
2 - TEACHERS FUND
1,800,000.00
157,652.35
1,731,803.86
68,196.14
96.21
0.00
68,196.14
96.21
Total for All Funds
1,800,000.00
157,652.35
1,731,803.86
68,196.14
96.21
0.00
68,196.14
96.21
1 - GENERAL FUND
20,000.00
0.00
20,000.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
Total for All Funds
20,000.00
0.00
20,000.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
84,500.00
0.00
63,745.00
20,755.00
75.44
0.00
20,755.00
75.44
Total for All Funds
84,500.00
0.00
63,745.00
20,755.00
75.44
0.00
20,755.00
75.44
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
380,950.00
0.00
145,958.00
234,992.00
38.31
0.00
234,992.00
38.31
18,800.00
0.00
19,946.97
(1,146.97)
106.10
0.00
(1,146.97)
106.10
Total for All Funds
399,750.00
0.00
165,904.97
233,845.03
41.50
0.00
233,845.03
41.50
Total for All Funds
5311 Basic Formula - State
5312 Transportation
5314 Early Childhood (3 & 4 Year
5319 Basic Formula - Classroom
5322 Career Education/At Risk
5324 Educational Screening Prog
5332 Career Education
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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ASBR Budget Report
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
20,842.10
(842.10)
104.21
0.00
(842.10)
104.21
20,842.10
(842.10)
104.21
0.00
(842.10)
104.21
0.00
57,326.45
647.55
98.88
0.00
647.55
98.88
0.00
57,326.45
647.55
98.88
0.00
647.55
98.88
589.34
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
20,000.00
20,842.10
Total for All Funds
20,000.00
20,842.10
1 - GENERAL FUND
57,974.00
Total for All Funds
57,974.00
YTD Activity
5333 Food Service - State
5337 Adult Education & Literacy
5359 Career Education
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
9,000.00
0.00
53,041.04
(44,041.04)
589.34
0.00
(44,041.04)
54,326.00
0.00
0.00
54,326.00
0.00
0.00
54,326.00
0.00
Total for All Funds
63,326.00
0.00
53,041.04
10,284.96
83.76
0.00
10,284.96
83.76
1 - GENERAL FUND
105,000.00
0.00
79,703.95
25,296.05
75.91
0.00
25,296.05
75.91
Total for All Funds
105,000.00
0.00
79,703.95
25,296.05
75.91
0.00
25,296.05
75.91
1 - GENERAL FUND
210,000.00
0.00
90,139.00
119,861.00
42.92
0.00
119,861.00
42.92
Total for All Funds
210,000.00
0.00
90,139.00
119,861.00
42.92
0.00
119,861.00
42.92
1 - GENERAL FUND
26,692.00
9,602.78
16,219.09
10,472.91
60.76
0.00
10,472.91
60.76
Total for All Funds
26,692.00
9,602.78
16,219.09
10,472.91
60.76
0.00
10,472.91
60.76
5381 High Need Fund
5382 Missouri Preschool Project
5397 Other - State
5399 State - Subtotal
1 - GENERAL FUND
2,239,213.00
182,713.95
1,566,111.16
673,101.84
69.94
0.00
673,101.84
69.94
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
19,380,311.00
1,674,153.42
18,069,500.93
1,310,810.07
93.24
0.00
1,310,810.07
93.24
73,126.00
0.00
19,946.97
53,179.03
27.28
0.00
53,179.03
27.28
Total for All Funds
21,692,650.00
1,856,867.37
19,655,559.06
2,037,090.94
90.61
0.00
2,037,090.94
90.61
1 - GENERAL FUND
237,072.00
5,192.95
240,250.96
(3,178.96)
101.34
4,344.86
(7,523.82)
103.17
Total for All Funds
237,072.00
5,192.95
240,250.96
(3,178.96)
101.34
4,344.86
(7,523.82)
103.17
1 - GENERAL FUND
61,000.00
5,691.27
51,629.99
9,370.01
84.64
0.00
9,370.01
84.64
Total for All Funds
61,000.00
5,691.27
51,629.99
9,370.01
84.64
0.00
9,370.01
84.64
5412 Medicaid
5418 Reserve Officer Training
5427 Perkins Basic Grant, Career
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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ASBR Budget Report
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
192,409.80
23,271.20
89.21
0.00
23,271.20
89.21
192,409.80
23,271.20
89.21
0.00
23,271.20
89.21
21,778.59
104,722.49
135,530.95
43.59
0.00
135,530.95
43.59
21,778.59
104,722.49
135,530.95
43.59
0.00
135,530.95
43.59
68,000.00
0.00
47,860.83
20,139.17
70.38
0.00
20,139.17
70.38
68,000.00
0.00
47,860.83
20,139.17
70.38
0.00
20,139.17
70.38
2 - TEACHERS FUND
905,173.00
0.00
832,175.72
72,997.28
91.94
0.00
72,997.28
91.94
Total for All Funds
905,173.00
0.00
832,175.72
72,997.28
91.94
0.00
72,997.28
91.94
1 - GENERAL FUND
110,000.00
0.00
158,111.00
(48,111.00)
143.74
0.00
(48,111.00)
143.74
Total for All Funds
110,000.00
0.00
158,111.00
(48,111.00)
143.74
0.00
(48,111.00)
143.74
1 - GENERAL FUND
1,391,691.00
177,888.42
1,351,938.99
39,752.01
97.14
0.00
39,752.01
97.14
Total for All Funds
1,391,691.00
177,888.42
1,351,938.99
39,752.01
97.14
0.00
39,752.01
97.14
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
0.00
0.00
18,768.05
(18,768.05)
0.00
0.00
(18,768.05)
0.00
Total for All Funds
0.00
0.00
18,768.05
(18,768.05)
0.00
0.00
(18,768.05)
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
500,000.00
64,694.83
495,790.82
4,209.18
99.16
0.00
4,209.18
99.16
Total for All Funds
500,000.00
64,694.83
495,790.82
4,209.18
99.16
0.00
4,209.18
99.16
1 - GENERAL FUND
7,000.00
867.04
6,188.80
811.20
88.41
0.00
811.20
88.41
Total for All Funds
7,000.00
867.04
6,188.80
811.20
88.41
0.00
811.20
88.41
1 - GENERAL FUND
32,000.00
7,302.96
47,388.60
(15,388.60)
148.09
0.00
(15,388.60)
148.09
Total for All Funds
32,000.00
7,302.96
47,388.60
(15,388.60)
148.09
0.00
(15,388.60)
148.09
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
215,681.00
44,952.27
Total for All Funds
215,681.00
44,952.27
1 - GENERAL FUND
240,253.44
Total for All Funds
240,253.44
1 - GENERAL FUND
Total for All Funds
YTD Activity
5436 Adult Education & Literacy
5437 IDEA Grants
5441 IDEA Entitlement Funds,
5442 Early Childhood Special
5445 School Lunch Program
5444 National School Lunch
5446 School Breakfast Program
5447 Special Milk Program
5448 After School Snack Program
5449 Fresh Fruits and Vegetable
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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ASBR Budget Report
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
35,115.03
(38.03)
100.11
0.00
(38.03)
100.11
35,115.03
(38.03)
100.11
0.00
(38.03)
100.11
436,718.00
2,343,010.26
(716,937.26)
144.09
0.00
(716,937.26)
144.09
436,718.00
2,343,010.26
(716,937.26)
144.09
0.00
(716,937.26)
144.09
0.00
0.00
10,364.94
(10,364.94)
0.00
0.00
(10,364.94)
0.00
0.00
0.00
10,364.94
(10,364.94)
0.00
0.00
(10,364.94)
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
262,457.75
66,286.00
304,865.63
(42,407.88)
116.16
0.00
(42,407.88)
116.16
Total for All Funds
262,457.75
66,286.00
304,865.63
(42,407.88)
116.16
0.00
(42,407.88)
116.16
1 - GENERAL FUND
0.00
8,365.00
27,290.00
(27,290.00)
0.00
0.00
(27,290.00)
0.00
Total for All Funds
0.00
8,365.00
27,290.00
(27,290.00)
0.00
0.00
(27,290.00)
0.00
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
949,312.50
0.00
569,014.89
380,297.61
59.94
0.00
380,297.61
59.94
Total for All Funds
949,312.50
0.00
569,014.89
380,297.61
59.94
0.00
380,297.61
59.94
1 - GENERAL FUND
100,000.00
0.00
102,537.24
(2,537.24)
102.54
0.00
(2,537.24)
102.54
Total for All Funds
100,000.00
0.00
102,537.24
(2,537.24)
102.54
0.00
(2,537.24)
102.54
1 - GENERAL FUND
0.00
0.00
(3,901.00)
3,901.00
0.00
0.00
3,901.00
0.00
Total for All Funds
0.00
0.00
(3,901.00)
3,901.00
0.00
0.00
3,901.00
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
98,182.00
28,850.00
133,997.00
(35,815.00)
136.48
0.00
(35,815.00)
136.48
Total for All Funds
98,182.00
28,850.00
133,997.00
(35,815.00)
136.48
0.00
(35,815.00)
136.48
206,283.00
14,367.68
144,651.26
61,631.74
70.12
13,613.33
48,018.41
76.72
0.00
0.00
39,022.73
(39,022.73)
0.00
0.00
(39,022.73)
0.00
206,283.00
14,367.68
183,673.99
22,609.01
89.04
13,613.33
8,995.68
95.64
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
35,077.00
9,900.93
Total for All Funds
35,077.00
9,900.93
1 - GENERAL FUND
1,626,073.00
Total for All Funds
1,626,073.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
Total for All Funds
YTD Activity
5451 Title I, ESEA - Improving
5462 Title III, Esea - English
5465 Title II, Part A, ESEA -
5472 Childcare Development
5477 Federal Emergency
5481 Dept of Health Food Service
5484 Pell Grants
5492 Title VI, B - Rural Education
5497 Other - Federal
1 - GENERAL FUND
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
Total for All Funds
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Budget Amount
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
5499 Federal - Subtotal
1 - GENERAL FUND
5,190,770.19
892,855.94
5,794,222.64
(603,452.45)
111.63
17,958.19
(621,410.64)
111.97
2 - TEACHERS FUND
905,173.00
0.00
832,175.72
72,997.28
91.94
0.00
72,997.28
91.94
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
0.00
0.00
39,022.73
(39,022.73)
0.00
0.00
(39,022.73)
0.00
949,312.50
0.00
587,782.94
361,529.56
61.92
0.00
361,529.56
61.92
7,045,255.69
892,855.94
7,253,204.03
(207,948.34)
102.95
17,958.19
(225,906.53)
103.21
0.00
0.00
5,186.02
(5,186.02)
0.00
0.00
(5,186.02)
0.00
0.00
0.00
5,186.02
(5,186.02)
0.00
0.00
(5,186.02)
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
0.00
0.00
187.25
(187.25)
0.00
0.00
(187.25)
0.00
0.00
0.00
128,058.09
(128,058.09)
0.00
0.00
(128,058.09)
0.00
Total for All Funds
0.00
0.00
128,245.34
(128,245.34)
0.00
0.00
(128,245.34)
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
0.00
0.00
187.25
(187.25)
0.00
0.00
(187.25)
0.00
0.00
0.00
133,244.11
(133,244.11)
0.00
0.00
(133,244.11)
0.00
Total for All Funds
0.00
0.00
133,431.36
(133,431.36)
0.00
0.00
(133,431.36)
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
180,000.00
0.00
158,760.00
21,240.00
88.20
0.00
21,240.00
88.20
Total for All Funds
180,000.00
0.00
158,760.00
21,240.00
88.20
0.00
21,240.00
88.20
1 - GENERAL FUND
180,000.00
0.00
158,760.00
21,240.00
88.20
0.00
21,240.00
88.20
Total for All Funds
180,000.00
0.00
158,760.00
21,240.00
88.20
0.00
21,240.00
88.20
1 - GENERAL FUND
22,184,290.19
1,366,558.41
22,429,025.13
(244,734.94)
101.10
27,495.69
(272,230.63)
101.23
2 - TEACHERS FUND
25,148,981.00
2,154,405.15
23,636,940.82
1,512,040.18
93.99
0.00
1,512,040.18
93.99
785,968.00
8,463.35
922,047.44
(136,079.44)
117.31
0.00
(136,079.44)
117.31
Total for All Funds
5631 Net Insurance Recovery
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
5651 Sale Of Other Property
5699 Other Revenue Subtotal
5820 Area Voc Fees From Other
5898 Subtotal - Receipts Other
5899 Total Revenues
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
4,546,848.50
218,074.08
3,948,368.80
598,479.70
86.84
0.00
598,479.70
86.84
52,666,087.69
3,747,500.99
50,936,382.19
1,729,705.50
96.72
27,495.69
1,702,209.81
96.77
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Expense by Function
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
Instruction
1110 Elementary
1 - GENERAL FUND
525,459.00
44,842.75
473,299.34
52,159.66
90.07
9,657.85
12,941.64
29,560.17
94.37
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
8,414,476.70
697,616.59
6,269,232.85
2,145,243.85
74.51
0.00
358.83
2,144,885.02
74.51
27,641.00
2,094.75
6,407.60
21,233.40
23.18
0.00
0.00
21,233.40
23.18
Total for All Funds
8,967,576.70
744,554.09
6,748,939.79
2,218,636.91
75.26
9,657.85
13,300.47
2,195,678.59
75.52
1130 Middle/Junior High
1 - GENERAL FUND
146,937.30
16,927.28
126,241.51
20,695.79
85.92
969.89
3,572.95
16,152.95
89.01
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
2,239,331.68
188,357.87
1,648,495.33
590,836.35
73.62
0.00
11,974.84
578,861.51
74.15
14,846.70
0.00
5,301.14
9,545.56
35.71
0.00
0.00
9,545.56
35.71
Total for All Funds
2,401,115.68
205,285.15
1,780,037.98
621,077.70
74.13
969.89
15,547.79
604,560.02
74.82
1150 Senior High
1 - GENERAL FUND
325,103.20
53,844.90
214,527.53
110,575.67
65.99
1,094.66
13,048.17
96,432.84
70.34
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
4,123,659.00
366,045.94
3,203,345.11
920,313.89
77.68
0.00
36,171.89
884,142.00
78.56
126,071.00
10.00
94,251.17
31,819.83
74.76
0.00
0.00
31,819.83
74.76
Total for All Funds
4,574,833.20
419,900.84
3,512,123.81
1,062,709.39
76.77
1,094.66
49,220.06
1,012,394.67
77.87
1191 Summer School (Regular)
1 - GENERAL FUND
30,049.00
0.00
206.34
29,842.66
0.69
3,816.43
0.00
26,026.23
13.39
2 - TEACHERS FUND
265,794.00
0.00
0.00
265,794.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
265,794.00
0.00
Total for All Funds
295,843.00
0.00
206.34
295,636.66
0.07
3,816.43
0.00
291,820.23
1.36
1 - GENERAL FUND
52,810.00
0.00
36,000.00
16,810.00
68.17
0.00
0.00
16,810.00
68.17
Total for All Funds
52,810.00
0.00
36,000.00
16,810.00
68.17
0.00
0.00
16,810.00
68.17
1,500.00
760.27
760.27
739.73
50.68
732.76
0.00
6.97
99.54
2 - TEACHERS FUND
122,828.00
10,269.58
92,970.70
29,857.30
75.69
0.00
0.00
29,857.30
75.69
Total for All Funds
124,328.00
11,029.85
93,730.97
30,597.03
75.39
732.76
0.00
29,864.27
75.98
1 - GENERAL FUND
2,126,439.87
203,171.67
1,968,807.14
157,632.73
92.59
685.59
19,289.12
137,658.02
93.53
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
4,022,414.00
335,350.74
3,016,191.87
1,006,222.13
74.98
0.00
6,056.85
1,000,165.28
75.14
4,485.00
0.00
4,483.00
2.00
99.96
0.00
0.00
2.00
99.96
Total for All Funds
6,153,338.87
538,522.41
4,989,482.01
1,163,856.86
81.09
685.59
25,345.97
1,137,825.30
81.51
1192 Juvenile Program
1210 Gifted
1 - GENERAL FUND
1221 Special Education and
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Budget Amount
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
1250 Supplemental Instruction
1 - GENERAL FUND
263,635.00
24,114.40
233,149.23
30,485.77
88.44
0.00
64.72
30,421.05
88.46
2 - TEACHERS FUND
871,030.00
70,224.48
661,863.02
209,166.98
75.99
0.00
799.39
208,367.59
76.08
1,134,665.00
94,338.88
895,012.25
239,652.75
78.88
0.00
864.11
238,788.64
78.96
1 - GENERAL FUND
365,851.00
48,827.48
292,999.06
72,851.94
80.09
396.59
3,332.27
69,123.08
81.11
2 - TEACHERS FUND
685,087.00
41,919.80
418,316.80
266,770.20
61.06
0.00
3,535.36
263,234.84
61.58
1,050,938.00
90,747.28
711,315.86
339,622.14
67.68
396.59
6,867.63
332,357.92
68.38
1 - GENERAL FUND
269,154.42
27,927.22
251,173.75
17,980.67
93.32
583.52
7,325.68
10,071.47
96.26
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
907,436.00
70,885.15
738,844.01
168,591.99
81.42
0.00
54,013.61
114,578.38
87.37
144,226.00
11,234.64
140,599.54
3,626.46
97.49
0.00
71.27
3,555.19
97.53
1,320,816.42
110,047.01
1,130,617.30
190,199.12
85.60
583.52
61,410.56
128,205.04
90.29
1,075,465.00
124,079.14
1,135,420.27
(59,955.27)
105.57
11,075.50
14,648.06
(85,678.83)
107.97
346,436.00
32,176.44
269,802.56
76,633.44
77.88
0.00
7,983.42
68,650.02
80.18
Total for All Funds
1280 Early Childhood Special
Total for All Funds
1300 Vocational Instruction
Total for All Funds
1400 Student Activities (Fund 60x)
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
10,000.00
0.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
1,431,901.00
156,255.58
1,405,222.83
26,678.17
98.14
11,075.50
22,631.48
(7,028.81)
100.49
1 - GENERAL FUND
83,190.00
4,709.27
82,929.02
260.98
99.69
0.00
0.00
260.98
99.69
Total for All Funds
83,190.00
4,709.27
82,929.02
260.98
99.69
0.00
0.00
260.98
99.69
2 - TEACHERS FUND
27,070.00
0.00
22,428.00
4,642.00
82.85
0.00
0.00
4,642.00
82.85
Total for All Funds
27,070.00
0.00
22,428.00
4,642.00
82.85
0.00
0.00
4,642.00
82.85
1 - GENERAL FUND
67,501.58
0.00
44,116.42
23,385.16
65.36
0.00
0.00
23,385.16
65.36
Total for All Funds
67,501.58
0.00
44,116.42
23,385.16
65.36
0.00
0.00
23,385.16
65.36
2 - TEACHERS FUND
30,886.00
0.00
30,885.17
0.83
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.83
100.00
Total for All Funds
30,886.00
0.00
30,885.17
0.83
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.83
100.00
Total for All Funds
Payments To Other Districts
1911 Tuition To Other Districts
1912 Tuition to Other Districts
1921 Area Career Center Fees
1932 Tuition for Special Education
1999 Total Instruction (K - 12
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Budget Amount
1 - GENERAL FUND
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
5,333,095.37
549,204.38
4,859,629.88
473,465.49
91.12
29,012.79
74,222.61
370,230.09
93.06
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
22,056,448.38
1,812,846.59
16,372,375.42
5,684,072.96
74.23
0.00
120,894.19
5,563,178.77
74.78
327,269.70
13,339.39
251,042.45
76,227.25
76.71
0.00
71.27
76,155.98
76.73
Total for All Funds
27,716,813.45
2,375,390.36
21,483,047.75
6,233,765.70
77.51
29,012.79
195,188.07
6,009,564.84
78.32
171,118.00
14,594.66
128,887.80
42,230.20
75.32
253.60
0.00
41,976.60
75.47
Support Services
2110 Attendance
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
5,870.00
567.83
5,456.98
413.02
92.96
0.00
0.00
413.02
92.96
176,988.00
15,162.49
134,344.78
42,643.22
75.91
253.60
0.00
42,389.62
76.05
2120 Guidance
1 - GENERAL FUND
5,000.00
552.65
2,121.27
2,878.73
42.43
2,431.89
27.82
419.02
91.62
2 - TEACHERS FUND
834,001.00
69,435.71
630,577.59
203,423.41
75.61
0.00
5,532.65
197,890.76
76.27
Total for All Funds
839,001.00
69,988.36
632,698.86
206,302.14
75.41
2,431.89
5,560.47
198,309.78
76.36
563,474.13
62,667.94
440,584.31
122,889.82
78.19
5,263.65
6,214.60
111,411.57
80.23
2,443.31
290.34
290.34
2,152.97
11.88
0.00
0.00
2,152.97
11.88
565,917.44
62,958.28
440,874.65
125,042.79
77.90
5,263.65
6,214.60
113,564.54
79.93
1 - GENERAL FUND
256,422.37
46,674.63
205,095.40
51,326.97
79.98
1,550.09
1,880.31
47,896.57
81.32
2 - TEACHERS FUND
136,040.63
12,203.44
123,873.18
12,167.45
91.06
0.00
9,184.32
2,983.13
97.81
Total for All Funds
392,463.00
58,878.07
328,968.58
63,494.42
83.82
1,550.09
11,064.63
50,879.70
87.04
189,509.51
2,750.85
169,396.56
20,112.95
89.39
782.52
6,426.36
12,904.07
93.19
70,489.86
3,676.66
46,681.62
23,808.24
66.22
0.00
0.00
23,808.24
66.22
259,999.37
6,427.51
216,078.18
43,921.19
83.11
782.52
6,426.36
36,712.31
85.88
1,205,428.64
70,554.74
1,059,428.14
146,000.50
87.89
1,795.37
50,720.40
93,484.73
92.24
473,703.00
39,485.44
347,159.09
126,543.91
73.29
0.00
1,338.94
125,204.97
73.57
45,000.00
3,700.70
25,906.70
19,093.30
57.57
0.00
9,628.95
9,464.35
78.97
1,724,131.64
113,740.88
1,432,493.93
291,637.71
83.08
1,795.37
61,688.29
228,154.05
86.77
1 - GENERAL FUND
123,833.00
348.74
108,911.90
14,921.10
87.95
192.00
174.37
14,554.73
88.25
Total for All Funds
123,833.00
348.74
108,911.90
14,921.10
87.95
192.00
174.37
14,554.73
88.25
2130-90 Health, Psych Speech
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
2210 Improvement Of Instruction
2214 Professional Development
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
2220-90 Media Services (Library)
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
2310 Board Of Education
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Budget Amount
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
536,641.00
47,582.87
454,015.51
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
63,840.93
88.10
2320 - 2330 Executive
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
82,625.49
84.60
402.50
18,382.06
571,886.00
48,111.18
527,802.01
44,083.99
92.29
0.00
46,959.50
(2,875.51)
100.50
1,108,527.00
95,694.05
981,817.52
126,709.48
88.57
402.50
65,341.56
60,965.42
94.50
511,276.00
42,499.54
447,948.39
63,327.61
87.61
0.00
18,002.72
45,324.89
91.13
2 - TEACHERS FUND
1,289,122.00
104,782.83
1,100,372.59
188,749.41
85.36
0.00
104,823.62
83,925.79
93.49
Total for All Funds
1,800,398.00
147,282.37
1,548,320.98
252,077.02
86.00
0.00
122,826.34
129,250.68
92.82
1 - GENERAL FUND
79,848.00
2,569.01
76,178.19
3,669.81
95.40
0.00
1,595.89
2,073.92
97.40
Total for All Funds
79,848.00
2,569.01
76,178.19
3,669.81
95.40
0.00
1,595.89
2,073.92
97.40
4,228,341.02
268,725.54
3,441,757.34
786,583.68
81.40
4,986.66
130,074.71
651,522.31
84.59
92,494.00
7,131.56
81,223.53
11,270.47
87.81
0.00
7,154.00
4,116.47
95.55
430,000.00
0.00
52,620.39
377,379.61
12.24
0.00
0.00
377,379.61
12.24
4,750,835.02
275,857.10
3,575,601.26
1,175,233.76
75.26
4,986.66
137,228.71
1,033,018.39
78.26
1 - GENERAL FUND
71,960.00
5,925.33
62,967.79
8,992.21
87.50
0.00
1,715.14
7,277.07
89.89
Total for All Funds
71,960.00
5,925.33
62,967.79
8,992.21
87.50
0.00
1,715.14
7,277.07
89.89
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
1,692,851.00
127,933.89
1,237,131.63
455,719.37
73.08
538.29
15,665.98
439,515.10
74.04
300,000.00
0.00
0.00
300,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
300,000.00
0.00
Total for All Funds
1,992,851.00
127,933.89
1,237,131.63
755,719.37
62.08
538.29
15,665.98
739,515.10
62.89
1 - GENERAL FUND
90,936.00
10,141.40
103,169.31
(12,233.31)
113.45
0.00
9,724.22
(21,957.53)
124.15
Total for All Funds
90,936.00
10,141.40
103,169.31
(12,233.31)
113.45
0.00
9,724.22
(21,957.53)
124.15
89,123.00
7,398.85
66,704.30
22,418.70
74.85
0.00
4,488.16
17,930.54
79.88
Total for All Funds
2400 Building Level Administration
1 - GENERAL FUND
2510 Business/Central Service
2540 Operation Of Plant
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
2546 Security Services
2552 District Operated
2554 District Operated
2559 Early Childhood Special
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
2561 Food Services
3,439.00
0.00
0.00
3,439.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3,439.00
0.00
92,562.00
7,398.85
66,704.30
25,857.70
72.06
0.00
4,488.16
21,369.54
76.91
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
103,013.96
22,328.77
99.14
0.00
246.98
98.46
394.96
103,013.96
22,575.75
99.14
86.41
0.00
301.52
1,329.61
88.92
86.41
0.00
301.52
1,329.61
88.92
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
2,597,000.00
539,559.21
2,471,262.31
125,737.69
95.16
394.96
16,000.00
12,400.00
15,753.02
246.98
98.46
0.00
Total for All Funds
2,613,000.00
551,959.21
2,487,015.33
125,984.67
95.18
1 - GENERAL FUND
12,000.00
(475.76)
10,368.87
1,631.13
Total for All Funds
12,000.00
(475.76)
10,368.87
1,631.13
Next MTD
Activity
2569 Food Service Title I
2600 Central Office Support
1 - GENERAL FUND
7,144.02
0.00
7,144.02
0.00
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
2 - TEACHERS FUND
12,576.12
0.00
12,455.83
120.29
99.04
0.00
0.00
120.29
99.04
Total for All Funds
19,720.14
0.00
19,599.85
120.29
99.39
0.00
0.00
120.29
99.39
12,431,905.69
1,250,004.09
10,493,073.04
1,938,832.65
84.40
18,591.53
368,408.22
1,551,832.90
87.52
3,492,064.92
285,684.99
2,875,892.76
616,172.16
82.36
0.00
174,993.03
441,179.13
87.37
791,000.00
16,100.70
94,280.11
696,719.89
11.92
0.00
9,628.95
687,090.94
13.14
16,714,970.61
1,551,789.78
13,463,245.91
3,251,724.70
80.55
18,591.53
553,030.20
2,680,102.97
83.97
1 - GENERAL FUND
17,765,001.06
1,799,208.47
15,352,702.92
2,412,298.14
86.42
47,604.32
442,630.83
1,922,062.99
89.18
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
25,548,513.30
2,098,531.58
19,248,268.18
6,300,245.12
75.34
0.00
295,887.22
6,004,357.90
76.50
1,118,269.70
29,440.09
345,322.56
772,947.14
30.88
0.00
9,700.22
763,246.92
31.75
Total for All Funds
44,431,784.06
3,927,180.14
34,946,293.66
9,485,490.40
78.65
47,604.32
748,218.27
8,689,667.81
80.44
2998 Total Support Services
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
2999 Total Instruction &
1610 Adult Basic Education
1 - GENERAL FUND
48,274.00
7,313.28
28,572.76
19,701.24
59.19
1,471.39
1,268.86
16,960.99
64.87
2 - TEACHERS FUND
196,979.44
14,780.50
140,269.99
56,709.45
71.21
0.00
14,167.20
42,542.25
78.40
Total for All Funds
245,253.44
22,093.78
168,842.75
76,410.69
68.84
1,471.39
15,436.06
59,503.24
75.74
1 - GENERAL FUND
294,657.00
38,381.37
399,306.22
(104,649.22)
135.52
11,166.12
17,759.77
(133,575.11)
145.33
2 - TEACHERS FUND
429,784.00
34,148.48
348,626.92
81,157.08
81.12
0.00
36,871.13
44,285.95
89.70
Total for All Funds
724,441.00
72,529.85
747,933.14
(23,492.14)
103.24
11,166.12
54,630.90
(89,289.16)
112.33
1 - GENERAL FUND
820,593.18
44,137.22
537,241.07
283,352.11
65.47
6,110.82
10,040.85
267,200.44
67.44
2 - TEACHERS FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
605,860.05
52,312.23
477,763.91
128,096.14
78.86
0.00
0.00
128,096.14
78.86
25,672.00
0.00
25,671.08
0.92
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.92
100.00
1,452,125.23
96,449.45
1,040,676.06
411,449.17
71.67
6,110.82
10,040.85
395,297.50
72.78
1620 - 1690 Adult Continuing
3000 Community Services
Total for All Funds
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
0.00
75,662.12
95.90
32,137.00
0.00
75,662.12
95.90
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
1,846,049.00
222,949.33
1,738,249.88
107,799.12
94.16
32,137.00
Total for All Funds
1,846,049.00
222,949.33
1,738,249.88
107,799.12
94.16
Next MTD
Activity
4000 Facilities Acquisition And
5100 Principal
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
550,000.00
0.00
450,000.00
100,000.00
81.82
0.00
0.00
100,000.00
81.82
1,406,186.25
0.00
1,406,186.12
0.13
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.13
100.00
Total for All Funds
1,956,186.25
0.00
1,856,186.12
100,000.13
94.89
0.00
0.00
100,000.13
94.89
5200 Interest
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
228,980.00
0.00
211,847.50
17,132.50
92.52
0.00
0.00
17,132.50
92.52
1,897,262.00
0.00
1,890,261.46
7,000.54
99.63
0.00
0.00
7,000.54
99.63
Total for All Funds
2,126,242.00
0.00
2,102,108.96
24,133.04
98.86
0.00
0.00
24,133.04
98.86
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
3,500.00
0.00
2,950.00
550.00
84.29
0.00
0.00
550.00
84.29
2,000.00
0.00
2,000.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
Total for All Funds
5,500.00
0.00
4,950.00
550.00
90.00
0.00
0.00
550.00
90.00
5300 Other (Fin, Fees, Etc)
9998 Subtotal
1 - GENERAL FUND
1,163,524.18
89,831.87
965,120.05
198,404.13
82.95
18,748.33
29,069.48
150,586.32
87.06
2 - TEACHERS FUND
1,232,623.49
101,241.21
966,660.82
265,962.67
78.42
0.00
51,038.33
214,924.34
82.56
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
782,480.00
0.00
664,797.50
117,682.50
84.96
0.00
0.00
117,682.50
84.96
5,177,169.25
222,949.33
5,062,368.54
114,800.71
97.78
32,137.00
0.00
82,663.71
98.40
Total for All Funds
8,355,796.92
414,022.41
7,658,946.91
696,850.01
91.66
50,885.33
80,107.81
565,856.87
93.23
1 - GENERAL FUND
18,928,525.24
1,889,040.34
16,317,822.97
2,610,702.27
86.21
66,352.65
471,700.31
2,072,649.31
89.05
2 - TEACHERS FUND
26,781,136.79
2,199,772.79
20,214,929.00
6,566,207.79
75.48
0.00
346,925.55
6,219,282.24
76.78
782,480.00
0.00
664,797.50
117,682.50
84.96
0.00
0.00
117,682.50
84.96
9999 Grand Total
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6,295,438.95
252,389.42
5,407,691.10
887,747.85
85.90
32,137.00
9,700.22
845,910.63
86.56
52,787,580.98
4,341,202.55
42,605,240.57
10,182,340.41
80.71
98,489.65
828,326.08
9,255,524.68
82.47
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Expense by Object
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
Object
6100 Salaries
1 - GENERAL FUND
6,268,699.89
521,745.88
5,252,936.51
1,015,763.38
83.80
6.54
131,509.13
884,247.71
85.89
2 - TEACHERS FUND
20,377,393.75
1,693,300.75
15,451,498.61
4,925,895.14
75.83
0.00
273,992.29
4,651,902.85
77.17
Total for All Funds
26,646,093.64
2,215,046.63
20,704,435.12
5,941,658.52
77.70
6.54
405,501.42
5,536,150.56
79.22
6,268,699.89
521,745.88
5,252,936.51
1,015,763.38
83.80
6.54
131,509.13
884,247.71
85.89
2 - TEACHERS FUND
20,377,393.75
1,693,300.75
15,451,498.61
4,925,895.14
75.83
0.00
273,992.29
4,651,902.85
77.17
Total for All Funds
26,646,093.64
2,215,046.63
20,704,435.12
5,941,658.52
77.70
6.54
405,501.42
5,536,150.56
79.22
5,207.00
154.94
1,614.53
3,592.47
31.01
0.00
0.00
3,592.47
31.01
2 - TEACHERS FUND
3,247,323.56
260,932.23
2,410,826.35
836,497.21
74.24
0.00
42,547.23
793,949.98
75.55
Total for All Funds
3,252,530.56
261,087.17
2,412,440.88
840,089.68
74.17
0.00
42,547.23
797,542.45
75.48
506,223.45
41,258.88
428,888.11
77,335.34
84.72
0.00
11,604.96
65,730.38
87.02
1,519.00
0.00
(99.80)
1,618.80
(6.57)
0.00
0.00
1,618.80
(6.57)
507,742.45
41,258.88
428,788.31
78,954.14
84.45
0.00
11,604.96
67,349.18
86.74
381,442.98
31,616.55
319,354.97
62,088.01
83.72
0.00
8,062.47
54,025.54
85.84
64,900.97
8,835.74
70,440.43
(5,539.46)
108.54
0.00
1,227.45
(6,766.91)
110.43
446,343.95
40,452.29
389,795.40
56,548.55
87.33
0.00
9,289.92
47,258.63
89.41
6199 Salaries - Subtotal
1 - GENERAL FUND
6211 Teacher Retirement
1 - GENERAL FUND
6221 Non-teacher Retirement
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
6231 OASDI
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
6232 Medicare
1 - GENERAL FUND
91,020.83
7,394.34
74,691.40
16,329.43
82.06
0.00
1,885.55
14,443.88
84.13
2 - TEACHERS FUND
291,713.03
23,873.38
217,618.68
74,094.35
74.60
0.00
3,874.23
70,220.12
75.93
Total for All Funds
382,733.86
31,267.72
292,310.08
90,423.78
76.37
0.00
5,759.78
84,664.00
77.88
1 - GENERAL FUND
1,982,635.02
123,570.72
1,579,752.75
402,882.27
79.68
0.00
47,591.55
355,290.72
82.08
2 - TEACHERS FUND
2,740,330.48
212,830.69
2,011,331.56
728,998.92
73.40
0.00
25,284.35
703,714.57
74.32
Total for All Funds
4,722,965.50
336,401.41
3,591,084.31
1,131,881.19
76.03
0.00
72,875.90
1,059,005.29
77.58
1 - GENERAL FUND
2,966,529.28
203,995.43
2,404,301.76
562,227.52
81.05
0.00
69,144.53
493,082.99
83.38
2 - TEACHERS FUND
6,345,787.04
506,472.04
4,710,117.22
1,635,669.82
74.22
0.00
72,933.26
1,562,736.56
75.37
6240 - 6270 Employee Insurance
6299 Employee Benefits -
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Budget Amount
MTD Activity
9,312,316.32
710,467.47
7,114,418.98
129,495.00
4,709.27
57,956.00
0.00
187,451.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
Total for All Funds
Total for All Funds
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
2,055,819.55
77.92
2,197,897.34
76.40
0.00
142,077.79
129,223.02
271.98
99.79
0.00
0.00
271.98
99.79
53,313.17
4,642.83
91.99
0.00
0.00
4,642.83
91.99
4,709.27
182,536.19
4,914.81
97.38
0.00
0.00
4,914.81
97.38
1,013,720.59
70,575.11
822,562.25
191,158.34
81.14
15,279.89
22,956.79
152,921.66
84.91
1,013,720.59
70,575.11
822,562.25
191,158.34
81.14
15,279.89
22,956.79
152,921.66
84.91
1 - GENERAL FUND
27,800.00
0.00
27,500.00
300.00
98.92
0.00
0.00
300.00
98.92
Total for All Funds
27,800.00
0.00
27,500.00
300.00
98.92
0.00
0.00
300.00
98.92
1 - GENERAL FUND
153,328.00
3,896.33
110,002.08
43,325.92
71.74
51.25
138.75
43,135.92
71.87
Total for All Funds
153,328.00
3,896.33
110,002.08
43,325.92
71.74
51.25
138.75
43,135.92
71.87
1 - GENERAL FUND
24,100.00
1,429.00
10,689.00
13,411.00
44.35
0.00
956.00
12,455.00
48.32
Total for All Funds
24,100.00
1,429.00
10,689.00
13,411.00
44.35
0.00
956.00
12,455.00
48.32
1 - GENERAL FUND
489,101.42
44,272.96
407,098.49
82,002.93
83.23
4,101.18
29,476.16
48,425.59
90.10
Total for All Funds
489,101.42
44,272.96
407,098.49
82,002.93
83.23
4,101.18
29,476.16
48,425.59
90.10
1 - GENERAL FUND
3,500.00
75.00
1,173.00
2,327.00
33.51
0.00
0.00
2,327.00
33.51
Total for All Funds
3,500.00
75.00
1,173.00
2,327.00
33.51
0.00
0.00
2,327.00
33.51
1 - GENERAL FUND
250,592.91
21,691.55
205,035.27
45,557.64
81.82
6,756.34
3,728.02
35,073.28
86.00
Total for All Funds
250,592.91
21,691.55
205,035.27
45,557.64
81.82
6,756.34
3,728.02
35,073.28
86.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
390,194.00
0.00
319,206.00
70,988.00
81.81
0.00
0.00
70,988.00
81.81
Total for All Funds
390,194.00
0.00
319,206.00
70,988.00
81.81
0.00
0.00
70,988.00
81.81
6311 Tuition
1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
6312-14 Professional Services
6315 Audit Services
6316, 18 & 19 Technical Services
6317 Legal Services
6330-39 Property Services
6341 Contracted Transportation
6343 -49 Travel
6351 Property Insurance
6352 Liability Insurance
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
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Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
0.00
2,368.00
92.67
0.00
2,368.00
92.67
0.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
100.01
0.00
123,549.94
(123,714.46)
104.11
100.01
0.00
123,549.94
(123,714.46)
104.11
451,546.29
91.83
26,188.66
180,805.66
244,551.97
95.57
4,642.83
91.99
0.00
0.00
4,642.83
91.99
5,127,046.32
456,189.12
91.83
26,188.66
180,805.66
249,194.80
95.54
272,132.56
2,023,692.12
128,695.99
94.02
37,916.82
69,341.81
21,437.36
99.00
272,132.56
2,023,692.12
128,695.99
94.02
37,916.82
69,341.81
21,437.36
99.00
389,841.82
56,396.72
354,594.59
35,247.23
90.96
2,197.66
9,398.96
23,650.61
93.93
389,841.82
56,396.72
354,594.59
35,247.23
90.96
2,197.66
9,398.96
23,650.61
93.93
1 - GENERAL FUND
42,400.70
822.29
42,396.47
4.23
99.99
0.00
0.00
4.23
99.99
Total for All Funds
42,400.70
822.29
42,396.47
4.23
99.99
0.00
0.00
4.23
99.99
1 - GENERAL FUND
5,100.00
1,410.00
10,070.68
(4,970.68)
197.46
42.97
0.00
(5,013.65)
198.31
Total for All Funds
5,100.00
1,410.00
10,070.68
(4,970.68)
197.46
42.97
0.00
(5,013.65)
198.31
1 - GENERAL FUND
1,500,286.00
77,373.47
1,083,743.55
416,542.45
72.24
0.00
7,554.17
408,988.28
72.74
Total for All Funds
1,500,286.00
77,373.47
1,083,743.55
416,542.45
72.24
0.00
7,554.17
408,988.28
72.74
1 - GENERAL FUND
78,000.00
8,158.64
72,354.14
5,645.86
92.76
0.00
3,946.05
1,699.81
97.82
Total for All Funds
78,000.00
8,158.64
72,354.14
5,645.86
92.76
0.00
3,946.05
1,699.81
97.82
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
32,300.00
0.00
29,932.00
2,368.00
92.67
0.00
Total for All Funds
32,300.00
0.00
29,932.00
2,368.00
92.67
0.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
100.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
100.00
Total for All Funds
100.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
100.00
1 - GENERAL FUND
3,011,047.52
600,356.13
3,011,212.04
(164.52)
Total for All Funds
3,011,047.52
600,356.13
3,011,212.04
(164.52)
5,525,279.44
747,005.35
5,073,733.15
57,956.00
0.00
53,313.17
5,583,235.44
747,005.35
1 - GENERAL FUND
2,152,388.11
Total for All Funds
2,152,388.11
1 - GENERAL FUND
Total for All Funds
Next MTD
Activity
6353 Fidelity Premium
6360 -90 Other Purchased
6399 Purchased Services 1 - GENERAL FUND
2 - TEACHERS FUND
Total for All Funds
6410 General Supplies
6430 Regular Textbook
6440 Library Books
6450 Periodicals
6480 Energy Supplies/Service
6490 Other Supplies
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
Page 17
ASBR Budget Report
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
90,240.99
450,766.64
89.19
90,240.99
450,766.64
89.19
32,137.00
0.00
435,691.73
80.34
32,137.00
0.00
435,691.73
80.34
0.00
0.00
0.00
27,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
27,000.00
0.00
15,054.70
56.37
0.00
0.00
15,054.70
56.37
19,451.30
15,054.70
56.37
0.00
0.00
15,054.70
56.37
17,040.09
298,921.95
70,513.75
80.91
0.00
9,700.22
60,813.53
83.54
17,040.09
298,921.95
70,513.75
80.91
0.00
9,700.22
60,813.53
83.54
43,000.00
0.00
42,650.00
350.00
99.19
0.00
0.00
350.00
99.19
43,000.00
0.00
42,650.00
350.00
99.19
0.00
0.00
350.00
99.19
290,000.00
0.00
0.00
290,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
290,000.00
0.00
290,000.00
0.00
0.00
290,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
290,000.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10,000.00
0.00
2,989,990.70
252,389.42
2,109,243.52
880,747.18
70.54
32,137.00
9,700.22
838,909.96
71.94
2,989,990.70
252,389.42
2,109,243.52
880,747.18
70.54
32,137.00
9,700.22
838,909.96
71.94
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
1 - GENERAL FUND
4,168,016.63
416,293.68
3,586,851.55
581,165.08
86.06
40,157.45
Total for All Funds
4,168,016.63
416,293.68
3,586,851.55
581,165.08
86.06
40,157.45
2,216,049.00
222,949.33
1,748,220.27
467,828.73
78.89
2,216,049.00
222,949.33
1,748,220.27
467,828.73
78.89
27,000.00
0.00
0.00
27,000.00
27,000.00
0.00
0.00
27,000.00
34,506.00
12,400.00
19,451.30
34,506.00
12,400.00
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
369,435.70
Total for All Funds
369,435.70
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
Next MTD
Activity
6499 Supplies - Subtotal
6520 Buildings
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6530 Improvement To Sites
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6541 Equipment - General
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6542 Equipment - Instructional
6551 Vehicles (Except School
6552 School Buses
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6590 Other Capital Outlay
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6599 Capital Outlay - Subtotal
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
6610 Principal
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
550,000.00
0.00
450,000.00
100,000.00
81.82
0.00
0.00
100,000.00
81.82
1,406,186.25
0.00
1,406,186.12
0.13
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.13
100.00
Total for All Funds
1,956,186.25
0.00
1,856,186.12
100,000.13
94.89
0.00
0.00
100,000.13
94.89
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 6/10/2016
2015-2016
Time : 06:58
Page 18
ASBR Budget Report
Budget Amount
MTD Activity
YTD Activity
Current Balance
% Realized
Encumbrance
(Current)
Next MTD
Activity
Projected Balance
% Realized
(Projected)
17,132.50
92.52
6620 Interest
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
228,980.00
0.00
211,847.50
17,132.50
92.52
0.00
0.00
1,897,262.00
0.00
Total for All Funds
2,126,242.00
0.00
1,890,261.46
7,000.54
99.63
0.00
0.00
7,000.54
99.63
2,102,108.96
24,133.04
98.86
0.00
0.00
24,133.04
98.86
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
3,500.00
0.00
2,950.00
550.00
84.29
0.00
0.00
550.00
84.29
Total for All Funds
2,000.00
0.00
2,000.00
0.00
100.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
100.00
5,500.00
0.00
4,950.00
550.00
90.00
0.00
0.00
550.00
90.00
6630 Other (Fin, Fees, Etc)
6699 Other Objects - Subtotal
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
782,480.00
0.00
664,797.50
117,682.50
84.96
0.00
0.00
117,682.50
84.96
3,305,448.25
0.00
3,298,447.58
7,000.67
99.79
0.00
0.00
7,000.67
99.79
Total for All Funds
4,087,928.25
0.00
3,963,245.08
124,683.17
96.95
0.00
0.00
124,683.17
96.95
1 - GENERAL FUND
18,928,525.24
1,889,040.34
16,317,822.97
2,610,702.27
86.21
66,352.65
471,700.31
2,072,649.31
89.05
2 - TEACHERS FUND
26,781,136.79
2,199,772.79
20,214,929.00
6,566,207.79
75.48
0.00
346,925.55
6,219,282.24
76.78
9999 Grand Total
3 - DEBT SERVICE FUND
4 - CAPITAL PROJECTS
Total for All Funds
782,480.00
0.00
664,797.50
117,682.50
84.96
0.00
0.00
117,682.50
84.96
6,295,438.95
252,389.42
5,407,691.10
887,747.85
85.90
32,137.00
9,700.22
845,910.63
86.56
52,787,580.98
4,341,202.55
42,605,240.57
10,182,340.41
80.71
98,489.65
828,326.08
9,255,524.68
82.47
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
Page 1
MAY VISA REPORT
Selection Criteria : Check Date Range From 05/01/2016 To 05/31/2016 | Vendor Name = VISA COMMERCE BANK PAYMENT |
Invoice Number
BADGLEY 9498
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
IT SUPPLIES 5/3
16-005-38575
OFFICE DEPOT -- LABELS 5163 100 PK
IT SUPPLIES 5/6
16-005-38576
OFFICE DEPOT -- LARGE FORMAT PRINTING -- BUIL
IT MACBOOK SUPPLIES 5/9
16-005-38577
WALMART -- STORAGE BAGS FOR MACBOOK COLLECTIO
KDG SUPPLIES 4/14
16-502-37567
KDG PLAYDAY SUPPLIES 4/20
16-502-37808
KDG SNOCONE MACHINE 4/22
16-502-37826
KDG STAFF LUNCH 4/22
16-502-37878
BROTMAN 3747
DUCKETT 4748
KDG PLAQUE D. WOODSMALL 4/21
16-502-37880
KDG FACULTY GIFTS 4/24
16-502-37889
KDG SUPPLIES 4/25
16-502-37893
KDG SUPPLIES 4/24
Line Amount
Amount
22.59
22.59
1.96
1.96
73.78
73.78
FLIPSIDE PRODUCTS INC -- Kindergarten Certifi
101.61
101.61
ORIENTAL TRADING -- Tattoos for Playday -- 15
69.99
69.99
AMAZON -- SnoCone machine for playdays and fu
376.30
376.30
Harps -- Classified Luncheon Tea
20.93
179.58
Chicken
69.83
179.58
mash potatoes
57.04
179.58
mac n cheese
31.78
179.58
Spectra 1 Trophies -- Plaque for Classified e
20.00
21.75
tax
Amazon -- Mier 24 Can Soft Coolers
21.75
750.00
750.00
1,000.00
1,300.00
teacher supplies, Ethridge, Eudaley
300.00
1,300.00
16-502-37890
Amazon.com -- (KIndle) Gift Cards for use on
420.00
420.00
KDG GIFT SUPPLIES 4/25
16-502-37892
Lakeshore -- Teacher Supplies -- Barriner, Ch
1,754.99
1,754.99
AEL HISET TEST 4/15
16-002-38650
HISET -- DUPLICATE CHARGE
95.00
95.00
AEL SECRETARY GIFT 4/27
16-002-37961
KROGER -- CANDY VASE FOR G. THOM -- SECRETARY
21.73
21.73
AEL ADVERTISING FEES 4/30
16-002-38612
FACEBOOK -- ADVERTISING CHARGE
16.96
16.96
AEL HISET TESTING 5/10
16-002-38377
HISET -- TESTING FEE FOR J. LEDBETTER
95.00
95.00
DRAPHIX/Teacher Direct -- Item #3710DC Clear
18.80
79.48
Item #WOFZD12 Bic Wite-out Quick Dry -- M. We
3.36
79.48
Item #6137206 2ct Paper Mate Dryline Correcti
7.76
79.48
Item #47320 12 ct Dry Erase Markers -- K. Dar
5.88
79.48
Item #520024 24ct Crayola Crayons -- K. Dare
8.90
79.48
Item #98189 Assorted Highlighters -- K. Dare
11.88
79.48
Item #80848 48ct Prang Classic Markers -- K.
15.88
79.48
Item #38936 Pencil Shaped Eraser -- K. Dare
7.02
79.48
Janelle Publications, INC. -- Item #4480 Phot
12.00
50.00
Item # 3316 Articulation Drill Skills
32.00
50.00
Freight
6.00
50.00
Discount School Supply -- Item #9CPYE YELLOW
1.96
99.72
ITEM #9CPHG HOLIDAY GREEN 9 X 12 PAPER -- M.
0.98
99.72
ITEM # 9CPWH WHITE 9 X 12 PAPER -- M. WEBSTER
3.92
99.72
ITEM #9CPDK DARK BROWN 9 X 12 PAPER -- M. WEB
0.98
99.72
ITEM #9CPSB SKY BLUE 9 X 12 PAPER -- M. WEBST
2.94
99.72
ITEM # MAGWB MAGNETIC DRY ERASE LAP BOARD --
14.97
99.72
ITEM #SPS PRESCHOOL PUZZLES SET OF 6 -- B. VE
26.99
99.72
ITEM # LETSET UPPER/LOWERCASE MAG LETTER 80 P
22.99
99.72
ITEM #MAGNUMB MAGNETIC NUMBERS - 162 PCS -- B
23.99
99.72
4/20/16 Beyond Play LLC -- Item #M292 --Lolli
19.95
97.52
Item #E001 -- Spin Again
29.95
97.52
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 4/20
SS SUPPLIES 4/20
16-001-38004
16-001-37895
GARRETT 4414
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 4/20
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 4/21
16-001-37873
16-001-37975
Teacher Direct -- Teacher Supplies, birdsong,
1.75
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
Page 2
MAY VISA REPORT
Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
SS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES 4/21
16-001-37975
SS SUPPLIES 4/20
16-001-37924
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
Item #H672 -- Sound Shape Sorter (Sound Puzzl
18.95
97.52
Item #L219 -- Rainbow Do-A-Dot Markers (6 pac
15.95
97.52
Shipping
12.72
97.52
SHOPTRN*Melissa & Doug -- Item #4102 -- Easel
34.95
44.93
Item #4129 -- Origami Paper -- R. Ziegler
9.98
44.93
Super Duper Publications -- Item #AP02 -- Art
14.99
153.42
Item #AP10 -- Artic Photos TH Deck CN -- J. M
14.99
153.42
5.98
153.42
Item #BKR2345B -- Jumbo Artic PHRS & Sent Boo
34.95
153.42
Item # FD37 -- Photo Feelings Fun DCK CN -- L
12.95
153.42
Item #IP8070 -- Honey Bee Tree -- J. Bradley
18.66
153.42
Item #SPIN267 -- Electronic Spinner 1-6 CN --
10.95
153.42
Item # STRP23 -- Inferencing Skill STRP CN --
39.95
153.42
CID School - Central Institute for the Deaf -
20.00
22.00
Item # 6629 Shipping Fee
2.00
22.00
Oriental Trading Company -- Item #IN-1366629
9.99
51.79
Item #IN-13650295 Puzzle Shaped Block Set (50
7.25
51.79
Item #IN-13674015 Bocce Ball Set (8 pc) -- S.
6.00
51.79
Item #IN-13698251 States of Matter Sorting --
5.99
51.79
Item #IN-62/4377 Earth and Habitat Learning -
2.58
51.79
Item #IN-13666293 Community Helper Readers --
9.99
51.79
Shipping and Handling
9.99
51.79
11.99
18.12
6.13
18.12
17.96
22.95
Item #BAT03 -- Battery - LR44 (2) -- J. Morin
16-001-37923
SS SUPPLIES 4/21
16-001-37869
SS SUPPLIES 4/20
16-001-37925
GARRETT 4414
16-001-38002
SS SUPPLIES 4/22
16-001-38001
AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS - Amazon.com -- eboot 5
Shipping
AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS - Love to Learn on Amazo
Shipping
22.95
SS EDUCATIONAL TRAINING 4/25
16-001-37918
Cross Country Education -- Eating with Ease:
599.97
599.97
SS AUTISM KIT 4/27
16-001-37963
PESI INC - Rehab Product Store -- Item #VPC00
SS SUPPLIES 4/26
SS SUPPLIES 4/27
SS SUPPLIES 4/28
16-001-38083
16-001-38080
16-001-38069
199.99
199.99
Oriental Trading Company -- Item #62/119 Writ
23.98
47.96
Item #13598344 Dry Erase Sleeves-Brights
13.99
47.96
Shipping
9.99
47.96
Scholastic INC. -- Item#NTs 602640 Science Ro
7.69
14.32
Item #NTS64461 25 Solve-the-Riddle Science Mi
4.38
14.32
Shipping
2.25
14.32
Super Duper Publications -- Item #BK251 134 S
19.95
47.40
Item #BK255 What''s Different? US
19.95
47.40
7.50
47.40
39.95
47.45
7.50
47.45
47.95
55.45
Shipping & Handling
SS SUPPLIES 5/2
SS SUPPLIES 5/9
GARRETT 6097
4.99
SS TRAVEL CEC CONF 4/14-4/15
16-001-38180
16-001-38444
16-001-37678
Super Duper Publications -- Item #GB410 Twist
Shipping
Super Duper Publications -- Item #GB154 - Gra
Shipping
7.50
55.45
Pickles deli -- St Louis MO -- CEC National
23.12
140.36
Charlie Gitto''s -- St Louis MO -- CEC Nation
66.09
140.36
Blueberry Hill -- St. Louis MO -- CEC Nationa
36.15
140.36
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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MAY VISA REPORT
Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
SS TRAVEL CEC CONF 4/14-4/15
16-001-37678
Gulf Oil - GT Express -- Fredericktown MO --
15.00
140.36
4/12/16 -- Drury Hotel -- CEC National Confer
154.99
541.59
11.24
541.59
174.99
541.59
12.69
541.59
174.99
541.59
12.69
541.59
5.00
33.00
10.00
33.00
2 PC Storage Bins
5.00
33.00
Natural Wonders Color Art
4.00
33.00
Living Wonders Color Art
4.00
33.00
Nautical Beach Tote
5.00
33.00
131.96
131.96
7.18
51.49
3.14
51.49
3.23
51.49
7.55
51.49
3.58
51.49
4.64
51.49
5.84
51.49
4.49
51.49
Candles
5.39
51.49
Spring
6.45
51.49
Menards -- Item #2452028 - 6 PC Latching Part
2.50
22.48
19.98
22.48
0.00
85.00
Email Marketing
55.00
85.00
MyLibrary Plus
5.00
85.00
Email Archive
5.00
85.00
4/12/16 -- Drury Hotel -- Occupancy Tax
SS TRAVEL CEC CONF 4/15
16-001-37162
4/13/16 -- Drury Hotel -- CEC National Confer
4/13/16 -- Drury Hotel -- Occupancy Tax
4/14/16 -- Drury Hotel -- CEC National Confer
4/14/16 -- Drury Hotel -- Occupancy Tax
Five Below 809 -- Gifts -- Rechargeable Power
Prang 24 CT Colored Pencils
SS SUPPLIES 5/2
GARRETT 6097
SS SUPPLIES 5/4
16-001-38152
16-001-38185
La Boutique -- Retirement Gifts -- Reversible
Hobby Lobby #586 -- Cards & Party
Cards & Party
SS SUPPLIES 5/7
16-001-38310
Photo Frame
SS SUPPLIES 5/9
16-001-38393
Item #2622111 10" Combo Planter
CTC Constant Contact -- Inv #1462113017117 --
EMULE MARKETING FEES 4/26
16-000-38621
Social Campaigns
20.00
85.00
279.80
279.80
30.99
30.99
0.00
87.02
10.48
87.02
Bounty Napkins
3.97
87.02
Spoons
2.84
87.02
96 Count Assorted
2.84
87.02
10.56
87.02
8.16
87.02
GV Freeze Quart 50
10.76
87.02
Freezer Bag
10.76
87.02
Paper Towel
9.97
87.02
Stir Sticks
7.52
87.02
HON ROWLAND RETIRE MEAL 4/27
16-000-38048
The Fishin Pig-- BBQ meal -- Retirement Recep
RETIREMENT CAKE 4/27
16-000-38046
Donut House-- Cake for retirement reception Walmart -- Supplies for Central Office
GV Plates 300 Count
GREEN 9421
CO SUPPLIES 5/3
16-000-38286
GV Snack Plate
Paper Bowl
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
Page 4
MAY VISA REPORT
Invoice Number
GREEN 9421
Invoice Description
CO SUPPLIES 5/3
FOUNDATION MEAL 5/9
HON 5160
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
HS SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/19
HS LIBRARY TRAVEL MASL 4/23
PO Number
16-000-38286
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
Forks
5.68
87.02
Hefty Cups
3.48
87.02
15.76
16-000-38285
Walmart -- Latch Boxes for old school records
15.76
16-000-38351
Papa Johns-- Pizza for Foundation lunch meeti
31.98
31.98
305.46
315.96
16-000-38283
16-105-37746
16-105-35691
HS SPEECH TRAVEL EXPENSES
16-105-36976
HS TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/22
16-105-38027
5-5-2016 -- Hotel Room -- Chris Hon -- MOASBO
5-5-2016 -- Meal -- Barbie Hon -- Charge will
10.50
315.96
Cyberweld -- Shop Supplies- Miller Lab Coat s
81.10
2,735.85
HObart Welding Helmet-Pro Black
322.00
2,735.85
Hobart Welding Helmet--Discorvery VS Black
745.00
2,735.85
BSX Welder Beanie
120.00
2,735.85
58.75
2,735.85
Victor Medalist 350 Acetylene Inlet-CGA 300(f
540.50
2,735.85
Miller Classic Clear Glasses
315.00
2,735.85
Jackson Nemesis Safety Glasses Shade 5
265.50
2,735.85
BSX Welding Jacket Large
144.00
2,735.85
BSX Welding Jacket Xlarge
144.00
2,735.85
Tan-Tar-A Resort -- Lodging for MASL Conferen
345.63
345.63
Hampton Inn -- Speech Trip to Springfield 4/2
115.17
225.06
Hampton Inn -- Double Queen Room -- Students
109.89
225.06
Jackson Earmuff-Vibe 23
Caseys General Store -- Fuel -- Science Club
45.62
45.62
213.96
301.04
5ft x 9ft Nylon US Flag
49.45
301.04
Solid Brass Swivel Snap
14.38
301.04
6.90
301.04
Army Strong Flag 3ft x 5ft
16.35
301.04
Amazon: Mitch Davis AAG Purchase for History-
33.94
374.80
7.98
374.80
21.95
374.80
3.99
374.80
17.00
374.80
3.99
374.80
23.33
374.80
3.99
374.80
21.99
374.80
3.99
374.80
21.93
374.80
3.99
374.80
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
58.41
374.80
Shipping
11.97
374.80
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
17.60
374.80
3.99
374.80
43.90
374.80
7.98
374.80
50.91
374.80
OSI UNITED STATES FLAG -- Supplies for JROTC
HS JROTC SUPPLIES 4/21
16-105-38031
Nickel Plated Zinc Swivel Snap
HS 2633
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity(m
HS AAG GRANT BOOKS 4/21
16-105-37936
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
Shipping
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity (
Shipping
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity(g
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
HS AAG GRANT BOOKS 4/21
16-105-37936
HS COUNSELOR SUPPLIES 4/14
16-105-37592
HS BUSINESS ED SUPPLIES 4/19
16-105-37747
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES 4/22
16-105-37935
Line Amount
Amount
Shipping
11.97
374.80
Amazon -- How to Write Powerful Letters of Re
65.85
77.82
Shipping and Handling
3.99
77.82
Shipping
7.98
77.82
139.90
139.90
Amazon: Business ED IPad Cases-Topsky Shock
Walmart: Science supply purchase: Nitrile Exa
HS 2633
Nitrile Exam Gloves Large 1000 Count
Tax
86.42
260.14
163.18
260.14
10.54
260.14
HS SCIENCE SUPPLIES 4/27
16-105-37958
Amazon:Science Dept Supplies- Ohaus Scout Pro
837.00
837.00
HS BUSINESS ED SUPPLIES 4/26
16-105-37926
Amazon -- Business Ed Toner-Ricoh Type 1170 B
24.90
24.90
Godfathers Pizza -- Lunch for Student Council
44.97
54.97
Tip
10.00
54.97
Amazon: Textbook Purchases for English Depar
69.54
161.54
Lord of the Flies, Centenary Edition
92.00
161.54
MACHS/3M - Michael Carter - Fingerprinting/Ba
43.05
258.30
MACHS/3M - John Reiser - Fingerprinting/Backg
43.05
258.30
MACHS/3M - LIsa Roberts - Fingerprinting/Back
43.05
258.30
MACHS/3M - Amanda Coble - Fingerprinting/Back
43.05
258.30
MACHS/3M - Jessie Warren - Fingerprinting/Bac
43.05
258.30
MACHS/3M - Linda Palmer - Fingerprinting/Back
43.05
258.30
305.46
305.46
15.69
15.69
16.60
28.59
11.99
28.59
HS STUCO LUNCH 4/15
HS TEXTBOOKS 4/22
BACKGROUND CHECKS
JACKSON 6048
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
16-105-38142
16-105-37929
16-000-38625
16-000-38626
Tan-Tar-a Resort, Lake of the Ozarks - 3 nigh
16-000-38627
Blimpie - Meals for Amy Jackson and Rod Pries
16-000-38628
Panera Bread/St. Louis Bread - Meals for Amy
16-000-38629
Taco Bell - Meal for Amy Jackson to attend th
10.35
10.35
16-000-38631
Tan-Tar-a Resort Pizzeria - Meals for Amy Jac
28.67
28.67
ADMIN SUPPLIES BOOKS
16-000-38632
American Association of School Perosnnel Admi
64.00
64.00
JH BETA CLUB GIFT CARD 4/16
16-205-37814
APPLEBEES -- Gift Card for Pull Tap fundraise
30.00
30.00
JH SHOP CLASS SUPPLIES 4/19
16-205-37701
WALMART -- Drill bits for shop projects
JH VENDING SUPPLIES 4/19
16-205-37700
JH 3877
JH HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/20
16-205-37788
7.88
7.88
WALMART -- Water and soda to seel to faulity
68.82
186.98
Mt. Dew and Dr. Pepper
27.92
186.98
snackscrackers, granola bars, nabisco snacks
61.68
186.98
chocolate
25.78
186.98
foam cups
2.78
186.98
WALMART -- food for FACS class to cook
0.00
68.68
Paarch Paper
6.96
68.68
GV Baking Soda
1.12
68.68
Chocolate Chips
18.60
68.68
Brown Sugar
6.96
68.68
White Sugar
5.34
68.68
3 strip ADV.
9.38
68.68
Margarine
4.90
68.68
Eggs
6.68
68.68
Flour
6.56
68.68
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
JH HOME EC SUPPLIES 4/20
16-205-37788
sea Salt
JH SUPPLIES 4/20
16-205-37742
WALMART -- Water for Earth Day at Lake Wappel
JH ADMIN ASST GIFT 4/22
16-205-37815
DIVA NAILS & SPA -- Gift Cert. for Admin. Ass
90.00
90.00
JH COFFEE SUPPLIES 4/26
16-205-37930
WALMART -- Coffee for the offices
27.72
27.72
WALMART -- Snacks for office and to sell
24.09
76.76
chocolate
23.68
76.76
Multi pack chips
13.96
76.76
2.78
76.76
JH VENDING SUPPLIES 4/26
16-205-37933
foam cups
cookies
JH PERFECT ATTEND GIFTS 4/26
16-205-37943
JHS ADMIN ASST LUNCHEON
JH 3877
16-205-37982
16-205-37969
Amount
2.18
68.68
42.00
42.00
12.25
76.76
WALMART -- Beats headphones for Perfect Atten
417.00
800.00
TV for Attendance Incentive
250.00
800.00
Black Beats
133.00
800.00
0.00
167.34
Water
14.00
167.34
Gaterade
47.84
167.34
Soda Coke and Sprite
48.00
167.34
Misc. Beverages
10.00
167.34
Rootbeer/Dr. Pepper. Mt. Dew
47.50
167.34
Lemonade House Grill -- Lunch for Mallory, Sh
23.76
25.82
2.06
25.82
MENARDS -- Paint for the Nurse''''s Office
27.98
40.94
Brushes and foam kit rollers
12.96
40.94
WALMART -- Snack for the Team 4 Fieldtrip
JH TEAM 4 FIELD TRIP SNACKS
Line Amount
Tax for lunch
JH SUPPLIES 4/28
16-205-38005
JH SUPPLIES 4/29
16-205-38010
WALMART -- Car Charger for Mr. Case''''s work
24.96
24.96
JH REFUND CREDIT 4/29
16-205-38057
Paypal Math League -- Refund Credit from last
-30.00
-30.00
WALMART -- milk for FACS class cooking
2.49
66.86
Oatmeal
7.44
66.86
butter quarters
8.82
66.86
GV Crisprice
8.79
66.86
Butter
8.74
66.86
Marshmellows, minis
9.60
66.86
Carmels
2.50
66.86
16.20
66.86
veg. oil
2.28
66.86
WALMART -- Foam Cups
5.56
85.59
Coke,Cola
5.52
85.59
41.88
85.59
Rt. Beer, Sprit, Mt. dew
6.72
85.59
Foam plates
3.97
85.59
17.94
85.59
Mr. Pibb
4.00
85.59
WALMART -- Plates foam for Teachers Appreciat
7.26
16.92
forks
5.68
16.92
napkins
3.98
16.92
177.80
177.80
JH HOME EC SUPPLIES 5/2
16-205-38105
sugar and flour
Multi bags of chips
JH STUCO SUPPLIES 5/3
16-205-38118
Hamburger buns
JH TEACHER APPREC SUPPLIES
JH STUCO LUNCHEON 5/4
16-205-38119
16-205-38181
HAYDENS -- Bar-B-Que for Teacher Appreciation
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
JH SUPPLIES 5/4
JH SUPPLIES 5/5
PO Number
Line Description
16-205-38179
WALMART -- Card for Nurse Appreciation week
16-205-38160
16-205-38201
3.67
3.67
123.10
freight on the order
14.47
123.10
HOME DEPOT -- Lumber to repair picnic table f
59.35
238.33
149.00
238.33
supplies to repair picnic table
29.98
238.33
picnic table for teachers and staff
JH NURSE DAY GIFT 5/5
16-205-38211
DIVA NAILS -- Gift certificate for Nurse''''s
30.00
30.00
JH SUPPLIES 5/6
16-205-38250
HOME DEPOT -- Chain for the Picnic Table out
30.75
30.75
WALMART -- Items for Faculty Dinner and Survi
0.00
99.25
52.92
99.25
Blue Bubble
2.88
99.25
Napkins
4.85
99.25
11.76
99.25
Table Clothes
6.79
99.25
plates
7.76
99.25
Bean bags
7.32
99.25
Tape
4.97
99.25
107.00
121.71
plastic tray
2.98
121.71
trim and edge kit
3.97
121.71
roller
2.77
121.71
one coat
4.99
121.71
107.00
121.71
Plasic tray and Trim kit
6.95
121.71
Large Roller
2.77
121.71
One coat three pack
4.99
121.71
RTIC COOLERS -- 30oz Tumbler Case of 30 for T
2,400.00
2,400.00
CRESTLINE SPECIALTIES -- Student Renaissance
JH SUPPLIES 5/9
16-205-38340
TC black round
MENARDS -- Paint for classrooms for Candace a
JH SUPPLIES 5/12
16-205-38541
Menards -- Paint for Candace Warren''''s room
JH SUPP;IES 5/12
HS TEACHER GIFTS 4/26
HS STUDENT GIFTS 4/21
ADMIN MEAL 4/27
KEIHNE 3366
Amount
108.63
INTERNATIONAL PLASTICS -- order plastic bags
Wave Hoops for Survivor Games
JH 3877
Line Amount
HS COUNSIL LUNCHEON 4/28
HS STAFF BDAY SNACKS 5/2
HS CUSTOMER CREDIT 5/3
16-205-38606
16-105-38162
16-105-38395
16-105-38147
16-105-38148
16-105-38145
16-105-38397
1,788.80
2,249.38
2 Color Imprint
182.00
2,249.38
2 Color Setup Change
115.00
2,249.38
Shipping and Handling
163.58
2,249.38
Buffalo Wild Wings- M. Kiehne -- Small Bonele
9.49
12.49
Tax
0.83
12.49
Tip
2.17
12.49
58.68
58.68
8.49
20.48
Cupcakes
11.99
20.48
Crestline -- Student Renaissance Gift, Credit
-3.44
-3.79
Customer Allowance Discount
-0.35
-3.79
Amazon Book Purchase (AAG Grant) The Lanahan
63.70
180.52
Rowland Stollen, Site Council Meeting-Box Lun
Rowland Stollen -- Office Staff Birthday- St
Shipping
HS AAG GRANT BOOKS 5/6
16-105-38249
The Lanahan Readings in the American Polity
Shipping
7.98
180.52
64.58
180.52
32.29
180.52
11.97
180.52
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
AD TRACK MEDALS 4/15
16-105-37410
CROWN AWARDS -- ONLINE -- TRACK MEDALS
528.09
528.09
BAYMONT INN & SUITES SPRINGFIELD -- HOTEL FOR
627.37
747.96
BLIMPIE -- MTN VIEW -- LUNCH FOR SOCCER TEAM
120.59
747.96
GIRLS SOCCER TOURN EXPENSES
16-105-37662
TRACK TEAM MEAL 4/16
16-105-37661
DOMINOS -- JEFF CITY -- PIZZA FOR VARSITY TRA
150.41
150.41
TRACK SITE LICENSE 4/18
16-105-37697
HY-TEK -- ACTIVE NETWORK, TFMM 5.0 SITE LICEN
250.00
250.00
HOLIDAY INN -- EUREKA -- HOTEL RMS FOR GOLF T
643.16
985.04
DOMINOS -- EUREKA -- PIZZA FOR DINNER MEAL GO
43.33
985.04
114.39
985.04
WALMART -- EUREKA -- PB&J AND GATORADE FOR LU
23.92
985.04
WHITE CASTLE -- FESTUS -- DINNER MEAL FOR GOL
56.19
985.04
BREAK TIME -- PB -- FUEL FOR MINI BUS FOR GOL
36.80
985.04
MOTOMART -- EUREKA -- FUEL FOR MINI BUS FOR G
43.25
985.04
FAMILY GOLF -- ST LOUIS -- RANGE BALLS FOR GO
24.00
985.04
357.56
357.56
IMOS PIZZA -- EUREKA -- PIZZA FOR DINNER MEAL
GOLF DISTRICT EXPENSES 5/1-5/3
16-105-38259
TRACK TEAM MEDALS 4/21
16-105-37938
CROWN AWARDS -- ONLINE -- AWARDS AND MEDALS F
TRACK TEAM MEAL 4/22
16-105-37932
CICI''S -- DESOTO -- PIZZA FOR DESOTO TRACK M
85.00
85.00
K&K INSURANCE - STUDENT DERRELL BARNES
29.00
29.00
STUDENT PAID CASH TO COVER PAYING BY VISA CC
0.00
29.00
WALMART -- PB -- POLY FILE FOLDERS FOR OFFICE
3.24
25.68
WALMART -- PB -- PHONE MESSAGE PAD FOR OFFICE
6.44
25.68
16.00
25.68
SN MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL -- REG.SPORTINGIN.COM
120.00
60.00
SN MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL -- CREDIT
-60.00
60.00
AD INSURANCE EXPENSE 4/25
AD SUPPLIES 4/26
16-105-37900
16-105-37964
WALMART -- PB -- 8.5X11 CERTIFICATE FRAMES FO
KEITH 0728
AD MHSBCA MEMBER DUES 4/28
16-105-38386
TRACK MEET REFRESHMENTS 4/28
16-105-38009
GOLF DISTRICTS EXPENSES 4/29
16-105-38255
HARPS -- PB -- COKE, DIET COKE, WATER, LEMONA
31.20
31.20
21 CAFE -- HOUSE SPRINGS -- DINNER MEAL FOR C
70.35
608.35
FOX RUN GOLF CLUB -- EUREKA -- DISTRICT FEES
400.00
608.35
63.77
608.35
74.23
608.35
643.20
643.20
0.00
643.20
105.00
105.00
FOX RUN GOLF CLUB -- EUREKA -- CART RENTAL FO
GOLF DISTRICTS LODGING 5/4
16-105-38328
FOOTBALL MTG MEAL 5/6
16-105-38366
PAPA JOHNS -- PB -- PIZZA FOR FOOTBALL COACHE
GOLF TRAVEL EXPENSES 5/7
16-105-38664
DRURY -- VALLEY PARK -- CANCELLATION FEE
25.00
25.00
FIVE GUYS -- SUNSET HILLS -- LUNCH FOR GOLF T
72.24
1,023.74
LONGHORN -- SUNSET HILLS -- LUNCH FOR GOLF TE
92.66
1,023.74
EXXONMOBIL -- CHEROKEE PASS MART -- FREDERICK
22.38
1,023.74
DRURY INN -- BRENTWOOD -- HOTEL RMS FOR GOLF
836.46
1,023.74
DOLLAR GENERAL -- PB -- SODA AND CUPS FOR BOY
18.33
289.60
PAPA JOHNS -- PB -- PIZZA FOR BOYS BASKETBALL
60.00
289.60
WALMART -- PB -- CRACKERS, CHIPS, PLATES, FLA
37.27
289.60
MIKE & ZACHS -- PB -- BBQ FOR BOYS BASKETBALL
174.00
289.60
MCDONALDS -- VAN BUREN -- BREAKFAST MEALS FOR
14.98
87.36
WALMART -- BOLIVAR -- LUNCH MEALS FOR GOLF TE
27.91
87.36
EL RODEO -- BOLIVAR -- DINNER MEALS FOR GOLF
44.47
87.36
9.48
9.48
89.08
89.08
GOLF SECTIONALS EXPENSES 5/7-5/9
BOYS BBALL BANQUET 5/10
STATE GOLF EXPENSES 5/15
KEITH 8704
HOLIDAY INN -- EUREKA -- HOTEL ROOMS FOR DIST
16-105-38376
16-105-38414
16-105-38666
1 NIGHT PAID ON PO 38259 , 2ND NIGHT PAID HER
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 4/14
16-105-37655
MCDONALDS -- PB -- AD SUPERVISION V/JV BASEBA
AD TENNIS BALLS 4/15
16-105-37625
WALMART -- PB -- TENNIS BALLS
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
AD TENNIS BALLS 4/15
16-105-37770
WALMART -- PB -- TENNIS BALLS
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 4/22
16-105-37886
MCDONALDS -- PB -- DINNER MEAL AD SUPERVISION
89.08
9.38
89.08
9.38
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 4/25
16-105-37931
RUBY TUESDAY -- SIKESTON -- AD DINNER SUPERVI
29.67
29.67
AD ADMIN ASSIST DAY LUNCH 4/27
16-105-37978
BREAD COMPANY -- PB -- LUNCH FOR AD & ADMIN.
22.35
22.35
IN GLOBE TICKET -- ONLINE -- LARGE CARRY CASH
940.00
984.51
AD SUPPLIES 4/27
16-105-37966
SHIPPING
44.51
984.51
AD TENNIS TEAM MEALS 4/29
16-105-38099
CULVERS -- FARMINGTON -- DINNER MEALS FOR BOY
97.07
97.07
DISTRICT VEHICLE FUEL 4/29
16-105-38098
HUCKS -- PB -- FUEL FOR THE SCHOOL VAN FOR BO
35.20
35.20
TEXAS ROADHOUSE -- CAPE -- DINNER FOR AD SUPE
15.00
155.06
CULVERS -- CAPE -- ICE CREAM & SODA FOR AD SU
BASEBALL CONF TRAVEL EXP
16-105-38191
6.98
155.06
COLTONS -- FARMINGTON -- TEXAS ROADHOUSE -- C
28.08
155.06
COMFORT INN -- ARNOLD -- HOTEL FOR AD SUPERVI
75.00
155.06
FUN RUN GOLF CLUB -- EUREKA -- CART RENTAL FO
30.00
155.06
11.71
11.71
133.49
133.49
AD MTG SNACKS 5/2
16-105-38037
ROWLAND STOLLEN -- PB -- COOKIES FOR HEAD COA
AD SUPPLIES TRACK 5/2
16-105-38074
OFFICE DEPOT -- PB -- TONER FOR JR HIGH TRACK
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 5/4
16-105-38247
SONIC -- PB -- AD DINNER MEAL, SUPERVISION JV
14.55
14.55
AD EVALUATION LUNCH 5/5
16-105-38246
DEXTER BBQ -- PB -- LUNCH FOR AD & SOCCER COA
19.94
19.94
WALMART -- PB -- DRINKS FOR TRACK MEET
71.76
71.76
0.00
71.76
TRACK MEET REFRESHMENTS 5/5
16-105-38248
WORKERS OFFICIALS MEALS 5/6
16-105-38265
KEITH 8704
AD TRAVEL EXP GOLF BASEBALL 5/7-5/9
16-105-38385
COKE, DIET COKE, DASANI WATER
PAPA JOHNS -- PB -- PIZZA FOR OFFICALS AND W
21.75
21.75
OUTBACK -- CAPE -- LUNCH MEAL FOR AD SUPERVIS
21.38
224.26
CULVERS -- CAPE -- DINNER MEAL FOR AD SUPERVI
11.18
224.26
FIVE GUYS -- DES PERES -- LUNCH MEAL FOR AD S
13.47
224.26
CALIFORNIA PIZZA -- DES PERES -- DINNER MEAL
19.48
224.26
COLTONS -- FARMINGTON -- DINNER MEAL FOR AD
26.58
224.26
COMFORT INN -- ST LOUIS -- AD HOTEL SECTIONAL
91.72
224.26
KROGER -- PB -- FUEL FOR RENTAL VEHICLE TO NO
21.60
224.26
KROGER -- PB -- FUEL FOR RENTAL VEHICLE TO ST
12.80
224.26
RHODES -- FARMINGTON -- FUEL FOR RENTAL VEHIC
6.05
224.26
AD SUPERVISION MEAL 5/11
16-105-38470
MCDONALDS -- PB -- DINNER MEAL FOR AD SUPERVI
9.48
9.48
AD PARENT MTG SNACKS 5/12
16-105-38472
ROWLAND STOLLEN -- PB -- COOKIES FOR PARENT M
11.18
11.18
TENNIS TEAM MEAL AND FUEL 5/13
16-105-38649
KROGER -- PB -- FUEL FOR RENTAL VEHICLE FOR A
27.35
422.60
BUFFALO WILD WINGS -- SIKESTON -- DINNER MEAL
395.25
422.60
KUM & GO -- ROGERSVILLE -- AD FUEL FOR RENTAL
15.15
30.02
SONIC -- SPRINGFIELD -- AD DINNER MEAL SUPERV
14.87
30.02
8.99
175.95
FUEL MEAL STATE GOLF 5/14-5/15
16-105-38651
MAYAS -- New Teacher Meal-Fajita Taco Salad,
CBO 10 Taco, Burr, Sheldon
8.99
175.95
13.99
175.95
Queso Dip
1.50
175.95
Franzia Special, Blevins
8.99
175.95
Con Oniion
0.85
175.95
Nachos Chicken & Cheese,Jameson
6.99
175.95
Fajita Quesadilla,Owen
9.99
175.95
Taquitos Mexicanos, Roderick
7.99
175.95
Fajitas Bravas-Sheldon
HS NEW TEACHER MEALS 5/4
16-105-38391
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
KEITH 8704
Invoice Description
HS NEW TEACHER MEALS 5/4
TCC SUPPLIES 4/15
PO Number
16-105-38391
16-110-37609
TCC SUPPLIES 4/18
16-110-37767
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 4/18
16-110-37637
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 4/18
TCC SUPPLIES 4/18
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 4/19
16-110-37738
16-110-37736
16-110-37737
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
Beans, Roderick
1.25
175.95
Rice, Roderick
1.25
175.95
Arroz Mayas, Patty
9.99
175.95
Nachos Faj Mix, Siebert
8.99
175.95
CBO 4 Tamale, Ch Rell, Kiehne
8.99
175.95
Chilli Relleno, Kiehne
2.99
175.95
Quesa Faj Mix, Perren
9.99
175.95
Sweet Tea
20.25
175.95
Cheese Dip
7.98
175.95
CBO 4 Tamale, Ch Rell, R-B, Kiehne
8.99
175.95
Tip
27.00
175.95
SURVEY MONKEY -- Subscription Renewal
26.00
26.00
AMAZON -- Order # 104-7658560 - NOYAFA NF-388
86.97
491.94
HP 1410 Series 1410-24GR Gigabit Unmanaged Au
404.97
491.94
MACHS -- Receipt ID 450684 Background check f
13.25
13.25
ALTAIR -- Instruments -- Sale #10651 - Hepa F
58.00
159.50
Filter Discs pks of 50
48.00
159.50
Enzymatic Cleaner-refill
20.00
159.50
Brush -Wand Cleaning Autoclavable
20.00
159.50
Shipping
13.50
159.50
SKILLSUSA ORG -- Skills Connect Assessments -
10.00
10.00
MASSAGE WAREHOUSE.COM -- Order # P28335370000
36.79
76.59
Stones Small Set of 10 (finger/toe)
25.85
76.59
Shipping
13.95
76.59
4.70
161.10
Sorry Game
7.88
161.10
Name Five
14.96
161.10
BGM Heads Up
19.97
161.10
Coke
12.96
161.10
GV 35PK DR
14.00
161.10
6.48
161.10
Dr Pepper
13.96
161.10
10 Marble
3.48
161.10
Blue Stripe
2.88
161.10
Wave Hoop
11.76
161.10
VBall/Badmin
29.64
161.10
Fam FD Box
5.97
161.10
Golf Balls
9.96
161.10
Lightr Fluid
2.50
161.10
Walmart -- Supplies for Student Appreciation
KINSEY 4755
Sprite
TCC SUPPLIES 4/20
16-110-37771
TCC STUDENT APPREC DAY 4/21
16-110-37828
Walmart -- Cake for Student Appriciation Day
59.96
59.96
TCC SUPPLIES 4/21
16-110-38063
SKILLSUSA ORG - NOCTI -- Collision Repair and
20.00
20.00
TCC ADOBE 4/21
16-110-38605
ADOBE - Invoice #717689057 - Acrobat Pro Subs
14.99
14.99
477.00
491.50
14.50
491.50
TCC GIFTS TUMBLERS 4/22
16-110-37905
AMAZON.COM -- RTIC 30 Oz Stainless Steel Tumb
Shipping
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
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2015-2016
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
TCC RETIREMENT GIFT 4/23
16-110-37904
AMAZON.COM -- Order #109-2627935-7105852 - C
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 4/25
16-110-37903
MACHS -- Back ground check for HVACR applican
payment fee
AMAZON -- Order #103-1110984-3785836 - Kingst
Silver Stone Technology 450W SFX Form Factor
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 4/26
16-110-38058
16-110-38089
KINSEY 4755
135.95
12.00
13.25
1.25
13.25
149.99
853.82
853.82
853.82
25.54
853.82
6.99
853.82
Crucial 16GB Kit Server Memory
96.98
853.82
100pcs Cat6, Cat5E Crimp Connectors Plug 8P8C
12.60
853.82
Silverstone Technology Premium Mini-ITX/DTX S
139.99
853.82
TRENDnet 24Port Cat5/5E Unshielded Wallmount
20.82
853.82
MACHS - Reciept #453393 - Background check fo
72.00
122.58
MACHS - Background checks for HVACR, Auto Te
48.00
122.58
Cable Matters (3pk) 90 degree Right Angle 6.0
Payment Fee
TCC SUPPLIES 4/27
135.95
64.99
Logisys Deepcool THETA 15 PWM Intel Core i3/i
16-110-38075
Amount
335.92
Seagate Surveillance HdD 2TB ST2000VX0003 6-G
TCC SUPPLIES 4/26
Line Amount
2.58
122.58
AMAZON - Brady 2025 3'''''''' Diameter Rings
175.44
2,411.63
Brady 2025 3'''' Diameter Rings Polyethylene,
175.44
2,411.63
Asrockrack Motherboard, Mini ITX DDR3 1066 LG
193.99
2,411.63
2015 Hikvision V5.2.5 DS-2CD2632F-IS 3MP Bull
298.00
2,411.63
Intel Xeon Processor E3-1246v3B Inel HD Graph
279.99
2,411.63
Monoprice 1000FT 24AWG Cat5e 350 MHz UTP soli
210.58
2,411.63
Monoprice 1000FT 24AWG Cate5e 350MHZ UTP Soli
105.29
2,411.63
GbE Smart Managed PoE Switch with GbE Uplink
310.99
2,411.63
UTP Solid Riser Rated (CMR) Ethernet Bare Cop
105.29
2,411.63
Monoprice 1000ft 24AWG Cat 5e 350 MHz UTP Sol
210.58
2,411.63
Monoprice 100FT 24AWG Cat5e 350MHz UTP Solid
105.29
2,411.63
Navepoint 15U Deluxe IT Wallmount Cabinet Enc
240.75
2,411.63
TCC ETHERNET 4/28
16-110-38591
AMAZON - #103-5803611-6173024 - Rackmount pow
350.37
350.37
TCC COSMO ADVERTISING 4/30
16-110-38598
FACEBOOK - Advertising for Cometology 4/18/16
395.11
395.11
MACHS - Background check for HVACR Applicant
12.00
13.25
1.25
13.25
SKILLSUSA ORG - WF S-NUR Membership discount
10.00
20.00
WF S-WEL - Membership discount
10.00
20.00
MACHS -- Missouri Automated Criminal History
48.00
49.25
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 5/2
TCC MEMBERSHIP FEES 4/21
TCC BACKGROUND CHECKS 5/4
16-110-38054
16-110-38596
16-110-38266
Payment Fee
Payment Fee
1.25
49.25
Wal-Mart -- Multi pack
9.98
261.57
HD Buns
TCC SNACKS SUPPLIES 5/5
16-110-38233
16.08
261.57
Lemon cookie
3.74
261.57
Cookies
3.74
261.57
15.88
261.57
Premium Tom
2.98
261.57
Celery Sticks
2.24
261.57
Scented Oil
6.42
261.57
Scented Beads
6.84
261.57
Folgers coffee classic
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
Bell peppers
3.88
261.57
Cucumber
2.34
261.57
Veggie Dip
3.64
261.57
Must Potato salad
5.48
261.57
11.94
261.57
Mac Salad
2.98
261.57
Candy
6.98
261.57
Tablecloth Vnyl
5.94
261.57
Dur Alk AA16 Battery
21.94
261.57
Dur Alk 9v2
13.94
261.57
Heinz Relish
1.54
261.57
Woe Jal Mustard
1.98
261.57
French mustard
2.47
261.57
Dill Relish
3.08
261.57
Creamer
2.88
261.57
Dr Pepper
6.98
261.57
Coke
6.48
261.57
15.74
261.57
5.56
261.57
10.68
261.57
Cup
6.64
261.57
Bounty Napkin
3.97
261.57
Tablepiece
4.88
261.57
Napkins
3.88
261.57
Tissue
7.84
261.57
Fuzzy Sticks
1.76
261.57
10.67
261.57
TC Rav Red
9.70
261.57
bleach
5.88
261.57
Diced onions
2.00
261.57
Dollar Tree -- Tissue
4.00
26.00
12.00
26.00
Paper clips
1.00
26.00
Sisal Twine
1.00
26.00
Flower Seeds
2.00
26.00
gift wrap
6.00
26.00
Image International Manufacturing -- Ageless
23.96
626.88
Prevention + Daily Hydrating Moisturizer
14.00
626.88
Prevention + Daily Matte Moisturizer
14.00
626.88
Prevention + Daily Tinted Moisturizer
29.60
626.88
I Peel I Prep Degreasing Solution
35.82
626.88
Professional Ageless Total Facial Cleanser
14.70
626.88
Professional The MAX Stem Cell Facial Cleanse
18.30
626.88
Professional Ageless Total Retinol A Creme
26.40
626.88
Baked Beans
TCC SNACKS SUPPLIES 5/5
16-110-38233
Cupcake Cont
Plates
KINSEY 4755
TC Yellow
Long Planter
TCC SUPPLIES 5/4
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/5
16-110-38229
16-110-38337
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
Professional Vital C Hydrating Anti-Aging
27.00
626.88
Professional Vital C Hydrating Repair Creme
37.80
626.88
Professional Prevention + Daily Tinted Moistu
34.80
626.88
Professional Iluma Intense Lightening Serum
19.20
626.88
124.00
626.88
Professional Clear Cell Restoring Serum
29.97
626.88
Professional Vital C Hydrating Facial Oil
41.97
626.88
Professional I Rescue Post Treatment Recovery
29.97
626.88
Professional Clear Cell Mattifying Moisturize
29.97
626.88
I rescue Post Treatment Recovery Balm
39.92
626.88
Professional Prevention + Ultimate Protection
17.40
626.88
Shipping
18.10
626.88
Image Post Treatment Kit
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/5
TCC CREDENTIAL FEES 5/5
KINSEY 4755
TCC PEARSON VUE 5/5
16-110-38337
16-110-38269
Professional Credential Services Inc - Ashley
150.00
150.00
16-110-38268
Professional Credential Services Inc - Alyssa
150.00
150.00
16-110-38267
Professional Credential Services Inc - Betha
150.00
150.00
16-110-38271
PEARSON VUE - Invoice #0030-5022-3855 - CompT
68.00
68.00
119.00
124.36
Room Tax Lodging
3.57
124.36
HOA Fee
1.79
124.36
Image International Skincare -- I Peel Perfec
48.00
299.35
I Peel Wrinkle Lift Peel Solution 4oz
33.00
299.35
I Peel Lightening Lift Peel Solution 4oz
33.00
299.35
I Peel I Prep Degreasing Solution 4oz
11.94
299.35
Professional Ageless Total Anti-Aging Serum 4
54.60
299.35
I Enhance 25% Stem Cell Facial Enhancer .5oz
17.37
299.35
I Enhance 25% Kojic Acid Facial enhancer .5o
17.37
299.35
I Enhance 25% Hyaluronic Facial Enhancer .5oz
17.37
299.35
Professional Vital C Hydrating Anti-Aging Ser
27.00
299.35
Professional The Max Stem Cell Masque 6oz
26.10
299.35
Shipping
13.60
299.35
Old Kinderhook the Lodge - Student Aid Confer
TCC TRAVEL EXPENSES 5/6
TCC COSMO SUPPLIES 5/9
MAINTENANCE 5510
16-110-38353
16-110-38273
MA SUPPLIES 4/22
16-006-38592
WALMART-BOTTLE WATER 28 PK
39.80
39.80
MA SUPPLIES 5/5
16-006-38595
THE UPS STORE- GROUND COMMERCIAL- SHIPPING
16.69
16.69
WALMART -- SUPER GLUE - GEL
2.86
17.40
EXTENSION CORD
9.57
17.40
LOCTITE SUPER GLUE
4.97
17.40
10.97
21.01
WING NUTS
1.18
21.01
MACHINE SCREWS OVAL HD
1.18
21.01
MAGNETS ROUND BASE
3.24
21.01
MAGNET ROUND BASE #11
2.24
21.01
CEILING BLANK COVER
2.20
21.01
IT SUPPLIES 4/21
16-005-38579
HOME DEPOT -- HUSKY 7" NIPPERS
MEDIA 8625
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 4/27
16-005-38580
16-005-38581
HOME DEPOT -- CHANNEL LOCK 7" CROSS CUT PLIER
IT RETURN CREDIT 4/27
16-005-38582
HOME DEPOT -- 7" NIPPERS RETURN
IT MACBOOK SUPPLIES 5/2
16-005-38584
WALMART -- LYSOL WIPES LEMON
20.98
20.98
-10.97
-10.97
10.44
80.00
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
IT MACBOOK SUPPLIES 5/2
16-005-38584
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
PERM MARKERS
3.52
80.00
MARKERS
0.94
80.00
65.10
80.00
3.90
21.30
STORAGE BAGS FOR MACBOOK COLLECTION
MEDIA 8625
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 5/12
16-005-38585
HOME DEPOT -- SLEEVE ANCHOR
1X10 6FT BOARDS
MONOPRICE -- CEILING BRACKET FOR PROJECTOR
IT REPAIR SUPPLIES 5/13
16-005-38593
SHIPPING
21.30
113.40
114.16
20.76
114.16
DISCOUNT COUPON
-20.00
114.16
136.89
136.89
MS SUPPLIES 4/15
16-404-37809
OFFICE SUPPLY KING -- Packing Tape Package Se
MS CHOIR SHIPPING FEES 4/18
16-404-37718
THE UPS STORE -- overnight check for Tim Fain
42.61
42.61
OFFICE SUPPLY KING -- Jumbo paper clips for t
40.18
175.58
Dry Erase Surface Cleaner
135.40
175.58
OFFICE SUPPLY KING -- Teacher Back To School
170.30
507.80
MMM260018A Masking Tape
75.99
507.80
PAP1921091 Red Flair Marker
83.47
507.80
166.94
507.80
11.10
507.80
136.89
16-404-37833
MS SUPPLIES 4/21
16-404-37812
PAP1921070 Black Flair Marker
Acc72380 Paper clips
MS SUPPLIES 4/15
16-404-37711
OFFICE SUPPLY KING -- Heavyweight Package Sea
136.89
MS LATIN TEXTBOOKS 4/22
16-404-37839
AMAZON -- Latin Alive! Textbooks
299.40
299.40
EAI EDUCATION -- GMS-531056 Linking Cubes
282.17
1,545.93
GMS-531169 Double-Six Dominoes
MS BOOKS SUPPLIES 4/22
16-404-37885
362.84
1,545.93
GMS-534490 Base Ten: Differentiated
42.65
1,545.93
GMS-503301 Dry Erase Paddles
38.15
1,545.93
GMS-534943 SmartPAL Sleeves
60.59
1,545.93
759.53
1,545.93
GMS-532735
OWINGS 0633
17.40
MS ADMIN ASSIST GIFTS 4/27
16-404-38291
MENARDS -- Secretaries Day gift for Paige Rob
79.96
79.96
MS SUPPLIES 4/29
16-404-38253
FLIPSIDE PRODUCTS INC -- VA195CL PE Achieveme
22.02
22.02
9.92
33.74
MS SUPPLIES 5/1
MS TEACHER APPREC DAY SNACKS
16-404-38300
16-404-38072
WALMART -- storage tubs
Whistles
23.82
33.74
WALMART -- Teacher Appreciation Day May 3 Wa
27.20
113.60
26.80
113.60
13.26
113.60
42.00
113.60
Assorted candy bars
Assorted sodas
Candy Bar
MS SUPPLIES 5/2
16-404-38299
MS SNACKS 5/2
16-404-38070
MS GIFTS 5/3
MS BETA CLUB SUPPLIES 5/4
16-404-38298
16-404-38297
4.34
113.60
273.79
273.79
HARPS -- Teacher Appreciation Day 100,000 Can
0.50
9.30
Snickers Bar
4.40
9.30
Dove Milk Choc
4.40
9.30
30.00
30.00
WALMART -- Supplies/soda for Beta Club pizza
4.84
106.87
Napkins
2.52
106.87
51.00
106.87
39.84
106.87
2.68
106.87
OFFICE SUPPLY KING -- Package Sealing Tape
HASTINGS -- Library AR prizes gift cards
Great Value
Sodas
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
MS BETA CLUB SUPPLIES 5/4
16-404-38297
tax
MS BETA CLUB PIZZA 5/7
16-404-38292
DOMINOS -- Beta Club 5th grade pizza party
Dominos -- 6th grade Beta Club pizza party
181.70
185.00
3.30
185.00
15.00
15.00
Walmart -- Student of the Month luncheon
7.90
19.28
Multipack drinks
6.98
19.28
Cookies
5.00
19.28
Gift Card
-0.60
19.28
Dominos -- Student of the Month end of year l
61.90
66.90
5.00
66.90
MS BETA CLUB PIZZA 5/6
16-404-38616
MS GIFT 5/9
16-404-38431
OWINGS 0633
MS SOM LUNCHEON 5/9
16-404-38433
MS SOM LUNCHEON 5/11
16-404-38415
ARCHITECT MTG MEAL 4/22
16-000-38513
16-000-38521
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
16-000-38519
DISTRICT SHREDDING FEES 5/5
HS LIBRARY EXPENSES 5/5
16-000-38522
16-105-38578
Tip
Walmart -- Honors Reception gift card for spe
Gratuity
Coltons -- Lunch for Architect Mtg -- Rod Pri
Tan Tara Resort -- Room for Rod Priest May 3Room Tax
Baxters Lakeside Grille-- Lunch - Amy Jackson
Tip
Iron Mountain -- Paper Shredding Service for
HS LIBRARY 5/5
RICHARDSON 6121
OG TRAVEL EXPENSES PBIS CONF
16-105-38479
16-105-38590
16-504-37984
34.31
297.00
305.46
8.46
305.46
28.93
33.93
5.00
33.93
269.60
0.00
507.39
111.70
507.39
3.29
507.39
LEGO Technic Power Function Accessory
28.34
507.39
OWI 14-in-1 Solar Robot
42.66
507.39
Hue Animation Studio
69.95
507.39
169.90
507.39
13.26
507.39
9.99
507.39
LEGO Power Functions Idea Book Volume 1
15.35
507.39
LEGO Compatible Brick Bulding Baseplates
42.95
507.39
0.00
507.39
31.94
31.94
Amazon -- order Rec''''d 5-12-16 Invoice #109
0.00
7.19
20 Pcs 2 Wire Leads 9V battery snap plug conn
7.19
7.19
R. Priest Visa 6103
0.00
7.19
38.57
0.00
LEGO 5 pc Power Function Morot Battery Ir Rem
R. Priest Visa 6103
HS LIBRARY SUPPLIES 5/12
34.31
269.60
Sphero Robotic Balls 2.0
Hexnub Cover for Sphero
16-000-38520
191.70
71.08
LEGO Technic Idea Book: Simple Machines
ADMIN TRAVEL MOASBO
106.87
269.60
Balance Green Screen Kit
16-105-38342
5.99
191.70
0.00
Amazon order Rec''d 5-13-16
Cromakey Green Screen Kit
HS LIBRARY BOOKS 5/5
Amount
71.08
Amazon -- Makerspace Materials
PRIEST 6103
Line Amount
Rapid Roberts -- Fuel for rental Vehicle-- Ro
Amazon MakerSpace Resources
Amazon MakerSpace Resources Credit
-38.57
0.00
Shogun Restaurant - Lunch for PBIS Conference
7.95
57.50
Coke
1.89
57.50
LB3 St Teriyaki Box
8.95
57.50
Dr. Pepper
1.89
57.50
LB3 St Teriyaki Box
8.95
57.50
LB1 Ck Teriyaki Box
7.95
57.50
L/Maki For Two-Salm R, California R
7.95
57.50
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
RICHARDSON 6121
Invoice Description
PO Number
OG TRAVEL EXPENSES PBIS CONF
16-504-37984
OG STAFF LUNCHEON 4/29
16-504-38067
OG BIN RACK SYSTEM 5/9
16-504-38535
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
Tax
3.97
57.50
Tip
8.00
57.50
DOMINOS PIZZA -- Staff luncheon
113.36
113.36
Seville Classics Inc -- Order #240300 5/9/16
139.99
139.99
0.00
139.99
Ear buds
12.00
236.91
Earphones
19.00
236.91
Flm w/disp. 20x1
48.53
236.91
Film w/disp 5x1
18.50
236.91
Tape, HD
14.39
236.91
Stamp, Void
23.03
236.91
-23.58
236.91
Dole Juice
5.54
236.91
Sherbet
5.94
236.91
100 ct forks
5.24
236.91
GV cups
4.98
236.91
Sprite
2.96
236.91
Hawaiian Punch
3.76
236.91
Stainless Steel Ladles
27.48
236.91
Shipping
14.38
236.91
2.96
236.91
1.42
236.91
1.61
236.91
Donuts
3.98
236.91
Bakers Dozen
3.98
236.91
Pastries
4.98
236.91
Bananas
2.49
236.91
Kids Chicken Fingers
27.54
236.91
Kids Grill Cheese
11.97
236.91
Kids Tips
22.77
236.91
Deluxe Chicken
8.59
236.91
Sweet Tea
2.49
236.91
6oz sirloin
8.59
236.91
Fries w/bacon
0.75
236.91
w/cheese
0.75
236.91
Unsweet Tea
2.49
236.91
6oz sirloin
8.59
236.91
Kids cheeseburger
4.29
236.91
Sirloin Tips
9.29
236.91
Loaded baked potato
1.00
236.91
Sweet Tea
2.49
236.91
-98.00
236.91
Tip
10.00
236.91
Tax
9.74
236.91
For 3rd grade/Ms. Taylor
Gift Card
Refrigerated items
Milk
RIDEOUT 4730
ON LATCHKEY SUPPLIES
16-506-38655
Gift Card
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
79.76
342.25
5.00
342.25
48.88
342.25
39.23
342.25
169.38
342.25
Marshalls -- Decor for Central Office -- Plan
63.95
105.93
Marshalls -- Decor for Central Office
41.98
105.93
155.12
482.96
82.30
482.96
199.38
482.96
46.16
482.96
Sam''s Club -- Supplies for Retirement Recept
129.71
129.71
MakeMusic -- Finale 2014 Site License for SH
750.00
760.72
Tax
0.77
760.72
Shipping (for Educator Instruction Manual)
9.95
760.72
170.96
188.06
Shipping
17.10
188.06
Visa 1485
0.00
188.06
Harps -- Baby''s Breath for Retirement Recept
39.92
75.38
Chips for Vending
27.96
75.38
WalMart -- Decor for Central Office -- Flower
CO SUPPLIES
16-000-37997
WalMart -- Decor for Central Office & Retirem
WalMart -- Food & Suppiles for Retirement Re
CO SUPPLIES 4/20
CO SUPPLIES
CO SUPPLIES 4/25
HS SITE LICENSES 4/26
16-000-37990
16-000-37996
16-000-37994
16-000-37872
Hobby Lobby -- Decor for Central Office & Ret
Free Spirit Publishing -- Book Order for J. W
ELEM GU BOOKS 4/26
CO SUPPLIES
16-000-38215
16-000-37992
Harps -- Waters for Vending
ROBERTSON 1485
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 4/26
16-404-38114
JH DIGITAL RESOURCES 4/28
16-000-38408
HS NURSE SUPPLIES 4/25
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 5/3
16-404-38439
16-404-38173
Amazon.com -- Southshore storage Cabinet
Amazon.com -- Vital Statistics on American Po
16-000-38344
75.38
213.44
213.44
91.99
91.99
Visa 1485
0.00
91.99
Wal-Mart.com -- order # 3871688653364
0.00
509.26
36" Utility cabinet
166.74
509.26
storage cabinent
158.74
509.26
System build cabinet
183.78
509.26
Wal-Mart -- storage bags
41.28
265.92
Lysol spray
52.70
265.92
Antacid
20.94
265.92
29.90
265.92
19.80
265.92
Chlorox wipes
32.94
265.92
Big ones wipes
25.68
265.92
4.40
265.92
Dermaplast
38.28
265.92
WalMart -- Snacks for Vending -- Sodas
27.92
120.80
Sodas
25.92
120.80
9.00
120.80
1.96
120.80
17.08
120.80
3.88
120.80
3.00
120.80
Diabetic snacks
Peroxide
CO VENDING SUPPLIES 5/3
7.50
Mini Chocolate
Chocolate Bars
Chocolate
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
Dated : 5/24/2016
2015-2016
Time : 11:06
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
Line Description
Line Amount
Amount
4.54
120.80
6.72
120.80
11.84
120.80
Mr. Salty
8.94
120.80
Visa 1485
0.00
120.80
Cheezit
CO VENDING SUPPLIES 5/3
16-000-38344
Chocolate Bars
JH NURSE SUPPLIES 5/4
16-404-38262
Hefner Furniture -- Refrigerator -- JH Nurse
499.95
499.95
HS NURSE SUPPLIES 5/4
16-404-38263
Menards -- Small Refrigerator -- HS Nurse Sup
299.00
299.00
74.99
317.93
MEX1085 desk
154.99
317.93
atat1022 phone
87.95
317.93
Kelvin -- Order for SINGS -- Dream House Desi
38.23
203.23
165.00
203.23
0.00
203.23
27.92
45.86
Sweet & Salty
7.48
45.86
Diet Coke
6.48
45.86
A&W
3.98
45.86
Visa 1485
0.00
45.86
167.44
167.44
Wayfair -- XQP1424 Chair
ELEM NURSE SUPPLIES 5/6
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/10
16-404-37965
16-000-38420
Wood Bungalow Framing Bulk Pack
Visa 1485
WalMart -- Snacks for Vending -- Chips
ROBERTSON 1485
CO VENDING SUPPLIES 5/11
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/12
16-000-38416
16-000-38418
Veritas Press -- SINGS order -- Wheelock''s L
Visa 1485
0.00
167.44
12.71
102.22
8.81
102.22
Mole Crab
12.71
102.22
Bugula
10.50
102.22
Diatoms
6.75
102.22
Fish Scale
23.99
102.22
Morey Eel
10.46
102.22
Freight Charges
16.29
102.22
0.00
102.22
83.80
83.80
VWR INTERNATIONAL INC -- Ward''s Science -- O
Ratfish
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/13
16-000-38456
Visa 1485
KDG COUNSELOR SUPPLIES 4/17
16-000-38212
Amazon.com -- KDG. order by R. Hager -- Magne
Visa 6163
0.00
83.80
480.84
1,116.26
503.76
1,116.26
131.66
1,116.26
Carolina Biological -- SINGS Order T. Allen--
56.10
287.38
Perch
34.65
287.38
Starfish
30.53
287.38
Sea Urchin
23.65
287.38
Sea Anemone
28.60
287.38
Quahog
17.88
287.38
Jellyfish
14.85
287.38
Bue Crab
63.53
287.38
Stingray
17.60
287.38
Visa 6163
-0.01
287.38
COMFORT INN -- SINGS to Crater of Diamonds St
MS SINGS TRIP LODGING 4/30
16-404-38295
ROBERTSON 6163
SINGS SUPPLIES 5/5
16-000-38235
Room charge
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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Invoice Number
Invoice Description
PO Number
HS ROBOTICS EOY 5/12
16-000-38568
ROBERTSON 6163
HS ROBOTICS EOY SNACKS 5/12
JH DIGITAL RESOURCES 4/29
16-000-38567
16-000-38214
Line Description
Papa Johns -- Pizza for SH Robotics Year End
Visa 6163
Rowland Stollen -- Cookies for SH Robotics Ye
Visa 6163
MobyMax -- School License for Jr. High -- Aug
Visa 8595
JH STAFF DIGITAL FEES 5/3
16-000-38588
JH DIGITAL RESOURCES 5/9
16-000-38350
EF RETIRE LUNCHEON 5/6
16-402-38407
16-402-38406
28.99
0.00
28.99
699.00
699.00
699.00
581.76
International Service Fee
5.76
581.76
Visa 8595
0.00
581.76
147.00
147.00
0.00
147.00
318.10
318.10
14.96
54.28
4.48
54.28
Perennial plants
13.92
54.28
planters
20.92
54.28
WALMART -- Supplies for Dojo Carnival - ploy
13.86
157.55
Candy
HSTRY LTD -- Premium Subscription for three t
Visa 8595
TIOS -- Farewell Reception luncheon for those
Dirt for plants
157.55
9.97
157.55
chalk
8.48
157.55
11.88
157.55
5.88
157.55
37.80
157.55
453.75
504.86
Mindset: the new psychology for success
51.11
504.86
16-006-38607
KUM & GO- FUEL (ALAN''S ASBESTOS CERT- TRIP)
25.25
25.25
16-006-38608
HARRISONVILLE INN& SUITES- ONE NIGHT LODGING
59.25
59.25
MA TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/15
16-006-38609
BREAK TIME- FUEL (ALAN''S ASBESTOS TRIP)
30.21
30.21
MA SUPPLIES 4/22
16-006-38610
WALMART- GV PUR WATER
30.14
30.14
1,008.00
1,411.20
403.20
1,411.20
16-402-38402
Bubbles
Bubble toys
drinks
EF PCD TRAVEL 4/29
MA TRAVEL EXPENSES 4/14
16-402-38388
Amazon.com -- Fair Isnt Always Equal
MA SUPPLIES BOXES
16-006-38613
HOME DEPOT- 16"X12"X12" BOXES
MA SUPPLIES 4/29
16-006-38614
MENARDS- GENERAL DUTY MASKING TAPE
76.32
76.32
MA ELEVATOR INSPECTION 5/2
16-006-38615
THYSSENKRUPP -- ELEVATOR INSPECTION
875.00
875.00
LR TEACHER APPREC MEAL 5/4
16-408-38184
STRAWBERRYS -- Lunch for teacher appreciation
300.00
300.00
The Country Connection -- Willow Tree figurin
126.00
149.00
Willow Tree Figurine
23.00
149.00
LR TEACHER GIFTS 5/11
16-408-38481
ECH MPP MTG SNACKS 4/14
16-750-37576
ROWLAND STOLLEN -- COOKIES (FOR MPP COMMUNITY
16.77
16.77
MPP MTG MEALS 4/14
16-750-37573
SUBWAY -- 2 SANDWICH TRAYS (FOR MPP COMMUNITY
76.00
76.00
2.99
20.95
14.97
20.95
2.99
20.95
HOBBY LOBBY -- CRAFT ITEM (FOR END OF YEAR PR
WESTBROOK 7133
42.00
28.99
69.68
EF SUPPLIES 4/28
WEADON 3682
42.00
0.00
face paint
TAYLOR 0125
URSERY 2225
42.00
0.00
WALMART -- supplies for Leader in Me Day yel
EF LEADER IN ME SUPPLIES 4/27
Amount
576.00
Powtoon -- Classroom Elite Subscription for J
ROBERTSON 8595
Line Amount
ECH EOY SUPPLIES 4/15
ECH CLASS PHOTOS 4/21
ECH SUPPLIES 4/20
16-750-37593
16-750-37835
16-750-37778
SEWING ITEM
WALGREENS -- PHOTOS (FOR LORI TIBBS ECH CLASS
27.00
27.00
TREND ENTERPRISES INC -- T-17001 CLASSIC PRES
63.14
126.27
T-170006 PRESCHOOL CERTIFICATE
63.13
126.27
Poplar Bluff R-I School District
1110 N Westwood Blvd
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-3336
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Invoice Number
WESTBROOK 7133
Invoice Description
PO Number
ECH SUPPLIES 4/27
16-750-37970
ECH SUPPLIES 5/3
Line Description
Amount
4.19
18.17
GLITTER
13.98
18.17
16-750-38124
WALGREENS -- SD CARD (FOR ECH END OF YEAR PRO
39.99
39.99
ECH CLASS PHOTOS 5/5
16-750-38258
WALGREENS -- PHOTOS (FOR LAURIE DALES CLASSRO
22.80
22.80
ECH FACULTY MTG MEAL 5/10
16-750-38641
DOMINOS -- PIZZA FOR (ECH CERTIFIED FACULTY M
94.82
94.82
THE BREAD COMPANY -- 2 SALADS (FOR PARENT CON
79.98
392.38
312.40
392.38
ECH PARENT INSERVICE MEALS 5/11
16-750-38702
HOBBY LOBBY -- GLITTER
Line Amount
SANDWICH TRAYS (FOR 44 PEOPLE)
POPLAR BLUFF R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
PROGRAM EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT
Program:
Dropouts/Annual Graduation Rate
Person(s) responsible:
Number of employees:
Michael Kiehne
Certified 90
Support Staff 44
Number of students enrolled/participating in program: 1335
Program required by:Board of Education
X
State
X
Federal
X
Program costs (optional):
Goal(s): ​Our goal is to improve or maintain our graduation rate annually.
Objectives: ​Our objective is to improve or maintain the graduation rate as compared to the previous year.
Evaluation criteria: ​Core Data/MOSIS
Procedures used to evaluate the collected data:​ The four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate is the number
of students who graduate in four years with a regular high school diploma divided by the number of students
who form the adjusted cohort for the graduating class. From the beginning of 9th grade, students, who are
entering that grade for the first time, form a cohort that is subsequently “adjusted” by adding any students who
transfer into the cohort later during the 9th grade or the next three years and subtracting any students who
transfer out, emigrate to another country, or die during that same period. Using this method, we have a
calculated graduation rate of 83.2% for the 2015-16 school year.
Who collects the data?
​High School Principal and Secretary
Who reports the data? ​High School Principal
Who analyzes the data? ​Administration
Success of program based on the data: ​Despite continued efforts of the High School Staff, we experienced a
decrease of 1% in our four-year adjusted rate as compared to last year.
Analysis of effectiveness: ​We feel that all efforts were made to ensure that all students have the ability to
graduate from high school, but we are looking at ways to improve our service for our at-risk population.
Recommended changes needed to achieve the goals and objectives of the program: ​We need to continue in
our efforts to make lasting connections with our students as they progress through their high school experience,
properly implement our alternative placements and intervention strategies, and strive to find the best practices
in reaching out to at-risk students to keep them on track to graduation.
Action to be taken: ​We will continue credit recovery opportunities in Night School and ICU, continue to utilize
our Advisory process to monitor student progress on a weekly basis, work to build partnerships with each
parent to ensure student support is coming from a united team, and fully implement the Graduation Center for
those students that need alternative placement.
Changes made: ​Continued analysis of our ICU program, Capturing Kids Hearts process, and our Advisory
process has made us aware of some changes we can make to improve the results we are getting.
Evaluator’s Signature: Michael Kiehne
Date presented to the Board of Education:
June 23, 2016
Office of the Superintendent
1110 N. Westwood Blvd.
Poplar Bluff, Missouri 63901
573-785-7751
573-785-0336 (FAX)
Rod Priest
Associate Superintendent of Finance
[email protected]
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
RE: Budget Revisions
Dear Board of Education:
Please find attached a spreadsheet showing the budget revisions needed to cover expenditures. Most are
where administrators moved the fund under their control to various accounts to cover the needs of their
buildings or programs or adjustments to various reimbursable grants needed to complete the year.
Items adding to the budget are:
• Title VIB for School Resource Officers: $4,842.00
• BE Services and Supplies: $17,700
There may be some additional changes needed to close out the year and along with approval of these
amendments, authorization to make final amendments will allow the district to close out the year and
begin working on the Annual Secretary of the Board Report.
Respectfully,
Rod Priest
Achieving excellence through learning: Every child – Every hour – Every day
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Account Description
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001-1111-6312-404-000-000
001-1111-6332-402-000-000
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EL REPAIRS & MAINT EF
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EL REPAIRS & MAINT LR
EL REPAIRS & MAINT OG
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EL TRAVEL 5 6
EL TRAVEL LR
EL TRAVEL PB KDG
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EL PHONE - IPAD 5-6
EL PHONE - IPAD ON (A Rideout)
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EL SUPPLIES 5/6
EL SUPPLIES LR
EL SUPPLIES PB KDG
EL SUPPLIES PE (PAT CLARK)
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001-1131-6334-205-000-000
001-1131-6343-205-000-000
001-1131-6361-205-000-000
001-1131-6411-205-000-000
001-1131-6431-205-000-000
004-1131-6542-205-000-000
JH REPAIRS & MAINT
JH FIELD TRIPS
JH TRAVEL
JH PHONE - IPAD JH
JH SUPPLIES
JH TEXTBOOK
JH EQUIPMENT
001-1151-6411-105-054-000
001-1151-6411-105-056-000
001-1151-6411-105-057-000
HS SUPPLIES HOME EC
HS SUPPLIES JROTC
HS SUPPLIES LA
001-1152-6312-105-000-871
001-1152-6411-105-000-871
GRAD CTR PUR SERVICES
GRAD CTR SUPPLIES
001-1155-6411-110-000-000
004-1155-6542-110-000-000
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VO EQUIPMENT ENHANCE R 5359
Budget
Revision
2
(2,000.00)
2,399.84
(1,300.00)
(1,230.00)
(1,500.00)
(23.54)
(150.00)
(350.00)
2,150.00
3,071.29
(312.86)
(1,515.33)
1,000.00
(500.00)
(306.38)
250.00
1,150.00
(2,571.29)
1,139.36
7,615.73
500.00
3,548.23
(1,213.46)
2,673.50
(5,750.40)
(3,524.69)
(1,250.00)
(2,000.00)
0.00
(365.64)
11.00
3,421.86
584.30
(2,068.09)
(1,324.13)
(259.30)
0.00
(1.20)
1.04
0.16
0.00
1,000.00
(1,000.00)
0.00
(5,130.00)
5,130.00
0.00
001-1192-6312-003-000-872
Truency Court -M Kayser
001-1221-6312-001-041-101
001-1221-6313-001-041-101
001-1221-6334-001-041-101
001-1221-6343-001-041-101
001-1221-6411-001-041-101
001-1221-6431-001-041-101
SS PUR SERVICES
PT PUPIL SERVICES
SS RENTAL
SS TRAVEL
SS SUPPLIES
SS TEXTBOOK
001-1280-6312-750-042-101
001-1280-6313-750-042-101
SE PURCHASE SERVICES
SE PUPIL SERVICE ECH
001-1300-6343-110-000-000
001-1300-6361-110-000-000
001-1300-6362-110-000-000
001-1300-6391-110-000-000
001-1300-6418-110-000-000
VO TRAVEL TCC
VO PHONE-IPad TCC
VO ADVERTISING
VO OTH PURCHASED SERVICES-COE
VO MULES CAFE- Food
001-1327-6411-110-027-000
001-1332-6343-110-000-000
001-1332-6411-110-000-000
VO SUPPLIES CPERKINS
VO TRAVEL/PURCHASED SERVICE
VO SUPPLIES
001-1391-6343-110-000-000
001-1391-6411-110-000-000
PUR SERV NON-TRAD AWARE GRANT
SUPPLIES NON-TRAD AWARENESS GRANT
001-1420-6361-105-000-873
001-1420-6411-105-000-873
AH PHONE - IPAD Kent Keith
AH SUPPLIES-GENERAL Kent Keith
001-1611-6343-002-000-827
001-1611-6344-002-000-827
001-1611-6411-002-000-827
001-1611-6412-002-000-827
001-1611-6412-002-827-827
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AEL PURCHASED SERVICE CAT 11 Admin
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001-1631-6313-110-786-000
001-1631-6411-110-786-000
PN PURCHASED SERVICES
PN SUPPLIES LPN
001-1911-6311-003-000-872
002-1912-6311-105-000-000
001-1921-6312-110-027-000
002-1932-6311-001-041-101
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TU TUITION DUAL CR TRCC
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001-2132-6343-404-410-000
001-2132-6361-404-000-000
001-2132-6411-105-000-000
001-2132-6411-404-000-000
001-2132-6411-404-410-000
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NU Travel/Purchased Services Health Sr
NU Phone-IPad S Talkington
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001-2212-6312-000-000-871
001-2212-6312-000-000-933
CU PURCHASED SERVICES
PERFORMANCE EVAL AND IMPROVE LICENSE
(3,190.00)
7,100.00
35,000.00
(1,000.00)
3,000.00
7,000.00
(5,000.00)
46,100.00
10,000.00
10,350.00
20,350.00
90.00
60.04
(150.04)
2,200.00
(2,200.00)
0.00
6,054.42
887.80
(1,022.00)
5,920.22
3,942.00
6,058.00
10,000.00
1,500.00
(1,500.00)
0.00
492.30
13.00
4,942.33
(843.92)
5,000.00
9,603.71
(500.00)
500.00
0.00
2,930.00
(6,316.00)
0.00
3,386.00
0.00
(303.22)
(2,705.56)
300.00
303.22
(300.00)
14,453.69
11,748.13
(16,438.13)
(1,061.87)
Reimburable
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
001-2212-6411-000-000-871
CU SUPPLIES
001-2213-6312-105-000-871
001-2213-6312-205-000-871
001-2213-6312-402-000-871
001-2213-6312-404-000-871
001-2213-6312-408-000-871
001-2213-6312-502-000-871
001-2213-6312-504-000-871
001-2213-6312-506-000-871
Collaborative Work Project HS
Collaborative Work Project JH
Collaborative Work Project EF
Collaborative Work Project 5-6
CollaborativeWork Project LR
Collaborative Work Project KG
Collaborative Work Project OG
Collaborative Work Project ON
001-2214-6312-000-000-871
001-2214-6312-000-002-871
001-2214-6312-000-006-871
001-2214-6312-005-006-871
001-2214-6343-205-000-871
001-2214-6343-404-000-871
001-2214-6343-408-000-871
001-2214-6343-504-000-871
PDC SERVICES PLC/CURRICULUM TRAINING
PDC PUR SERVICES SO WORKER
PDC CAPTURING KIDS HEARTS
PDC DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
PDC TRAVEL JR HIGH
PDC TRAVEL 5-6
PDC TRAVEL LAKE ROAD
PDC TRAVEL OAK GROVE
001-2215-6312-750-092-750
TI VIB PUR SERVICES Resource Officer
001-2221-6312-000-000-934
001-2221-6312-005-000-934
001-2221-6332-005-000-934
001-2221-6334-005-000-934
001-2221-6371-000-000-934
001-2221-6371-005-000-934
001-2221-6411-005-000-934
001-2221-6412-005-000-934
001-2222-6316-005-000-934
001-2222-6343-404-000-934
001-2222-6411-404-000-934
001-2222-6441-404-000-934
001-2222-6451-404-000-934
001-2225-6319-005-006-935
001-2225-6411-005-006-935
004-2221-6542-005-000-934
WEBSITE MAINTANANCE SERVICE
ME PURCHASE SERVICES
ME REPAIRS & MAINT
ME PRINTER RENTAL CHARGES
MoreNET DISTRICT INTERNET FEE
ME DUES & MEMBERSHIP
ME SUPPLIES
ME REPLACEMENT COMPUTERS
LB DATA PROCESSING
LB TRAVEL Ele (S Ursery)
LB SUPPLIES 5-6 (S Ursery)
LB LIBRARY BOOKS 5-6 (S Ursery)
LB RESOURCE MATERIALS 5-6 (S Ursery)
1-1 INFRASTRUCTURE PUR SERVICE
1-1 ACCESSORIES/SUPPLIES
ME EQUIPMENT
001-2310-6319-000-000-935
001-2310-6343-000-000-941
001-2310-6371-000-000-941
001-2310-6411-000-000-941
BE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
BE BOARD TRAVEL
BE DUES & MEMBERSHIP
BE SUPPLIES
001-2321-6312-000-000-935
001-2321-6316-000-000-935
001-2321-6317-000-000-935
001-2321-6319-000-000-935
001-2321-6332-000-000-935
001-2321-6334-000-000-935
001-2321-6343-000-000-935
EA PURCHASE SERVICES
SISFIN LICENSE FEES
EA LEGAL SERVICES
EA SECURITY CHECKS
EA REPAIRS & MAINT
EA RENTALS
EA TRAVEL
17,500.00
0.00
(1,469.44)
(5,666.74)
(417.37)
(1,820.32)
(2,884.07)
(2,712.80)
(3,345.07)
(863.82)
(19,179.63) Grant adjustment
13,958.95
(1,087.90)
(2,983.96)
(7,524.99)
(666.61)
(150.71)
(75.36)
(1,469.42)
0.00
4,842.00
4,842.00 Increase
7,744.00
(812.20)
936.60
3,450.00
11,345.00
2,675.60
(1,069.00)
(36,150.00)
3,200.00
(1,300.00)
(1,268.06)
3,200.70
(5,650.00)
20,655.00
(9,450.00)
(2,525.00)
(5,017.36)
12,700.00
(62.00)
62.00
5,000.00
17,700.00 over
5,500.00
4,000.00
(6,667.00)
(1,200.00)
(3,482.00)
(1,700.00)
(2,000.00)
001-2321-6361-000-000-935
001-2321-6362-000-000-935
001-2321-6371-000-000-935
001-2321-6391-000-000-935
001-2321-6398-000-000-935
001-2321-6411-000-000-935
EA PHONE/POSTAGE District Meter
EA ADVERTISING
EA DUES & MEMBERSHIP
EA OTHER PURCHASE SERVICES
EA Dese Pymt School Age-Boys Girls Club Grant
EA SUPPLIES
001-2540-6312-000-000-936
001-2540-6312-006-000-936
001-2540-6332-006-000-936
001-2540-6334-006-000-936
001-2540-6336-006-000-936
001-2540-6351-006-000-936
001-2540-6412-006-000-936
004-2540-6531-006-000-936
004-2540-6551-006-000-936
OM TEMP EMPLOY SERVICES
OM PURCHASE SERVICES
OM REPAIRS & MAINT
OM RENTAL EQUIPMENT
OM TRASH REMOVAL
OM PROPERTY & LIABILITY INSURANCE
OM SUPPLIES CUSTODIAL
OM IMPROVEMENT/SITES
OM VEHICLES
001-2552-6332-008-000-939
001-2552-6343-008-000-939
001-2552-6349-008-000-939
001-2552-6361-008-000-939
001-2552-6411-008-000-939
001-2552-6486-008-000-939
001-2552-6491-008-000-939
PT REPAIRS-Purchased Services
PT TRAVEL / DRIVER TRIP EXP
PT CONTRACTED SERVICES NON BUS
PT PHONE / INTERNET
PT SUPPLIES TIRES/OIL/FILTERS
PT GASOLINE/DIESEL
PT BUS REPAIR PARTS
001-2561-6318-007-000-938
001-2561-6332-007-000-938
001-2561-6391-007-000-938
001-2561-6411-007-000-938
004-2561-6541-007-000-938
SIS ANNUAL SUPPORT LUNCH SOFTWARE
FS REPAIRS & MAINT
FS OTHER EXPENSE CAFETERIA
FS SUPPLIES
FS EQUIPMENT REGULAR
001-2569-6491-750-051-750
FS FOOD SNACKS ECH
001-3111-6319-000-000-871
001-3111-6343-000-000-000
001-3111-6411-000-000-000
001-3111-6411-000-000-871
Americorp Background Checks
Americorp Member Travel
Americorp Member Supplies
Americorp Office Supplies
001-3511-6343-750-024-750
001-3511-6411-750-000-850
001-3511-6411-750-024-750
001-3512-6343-750-051-750
001-3512-6411-750-051-750
001-3912-6311-402-051-750
001-3912-6411-408-051-750
001-3912-6411-502-051-750
001-3912-6411-750-051-750
PAT TRAVEL
MPP Supplies
PAT SUPPLIES
CD TRAVEL ECH
CD SUPPLIES ECH
CD SUPPLIES EF Parent Involve
CD SUPPLIES LR Parent Involve
CD SUPPLIES PBK Parent Involve
CD SUPPLIES ECH Parent Involve
004-1301-6542-110-032-000
VO EQUIP STATE REIMB 50/50
(333.00)
4,900.00
982.00
(2,000.00)
27,290.00
2,000.00
27,290.00 B&G Grant
3,000.00
(7,100.00)
(12,000.00)
500.00
6,000.00
(19,600.00)
9,200.00
(3,000.00)
23,000.00
0.00
13,000.00
500.00
45,500.00
120.00
8,000.00
(93,120.00)
26,000.00
0.00
13.00
6,000.00
(413.00)
(1,600.00)
(4,000.00)
0.00
2,000.00
2,000.00 Grant
(150.00)
150.00
1,000.00
(1,000.00)
0.00
100.00
4,250.00
1,900.00
(2,500.00)
500.00
(1,000.00)
4,000.00
2,414.92
600.00
10,264.92 Grant
9,665.00
9,665.00 Grant
004-3511-6542-750-000-850
004-4031-6521-000-000-935
004-4031-6521-105-000-935
004-4031-6521-205-000-935
004-4031-6521-205-077-935
004-4031-6521-402-000-935
004-4031-6521-404-000-935
004-4031-6521-408-000-935
004-4031-6521-504-000-935
004-4031-6521-506-000-935
004-4031-6522-000-000-935
004-4051-6521-105-000-935
004-4051-6521-205-000-935
004-4051-6521-205-077-935
004-4051-6521-402-000-935
004-4051-6521-404-000-935
004-4051-6521-408-000-935
004-5311-6631-000-010-935
MPP Capital Improvements
ENGINEERING/PLANNING/TESTING DISTRICT
ARCHITECTURAL NEW 4-6 ITTNER
ARCHITECTURE NON-FEMA JH D&T
ARCHITECTURE/ENG FEMA JH D&T
ARCHITECTURAL EF ITTNER
ARCHITECTURAL NEW HS ITTNER
ARCHITECTURAL LR ITTNER
ARCHITECTURAL OG ITTNER
ARCHITECTURAL ON ITTNER
ARCHITECT REIMBURSABLES AND OTHER EXP
CONSTRUCTION 4-6
FEMA CONSTRUCTION NON ALLOWABLE COST
FEMA CONSTRUCTION ALLOWABLE
CONSTRUCTION EF
CONSTRUCTION NEW HS
CONSTRUCTION LR
SERIES 2014 ADMIN FEES
13,672.00 Grant
25,591.00
(55,280.00)
3,526.00
2,321.00
7,250.00
(154,681.00)
9,935.00
15,671.00
47,771.00
(26,820.00)
(20,000.00)
27,000.00
89,889.00
(7,250.00)
35,000.00
(923.00)
1,000.00
0.00
Office of the Superintendent
1110 N. Westwood Blvd.
Poplar Bluff, Missouri 63901
573-785-7751
573-785-0336 (FAX)
Rod Priest
Associate Superintendent of Finance
[email protected]
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Board Memo: Resolution Fund Transfers
Dear Board Members:
DESE has issued the final numbers for allowable fund transfers to the capital projects fund. The transportation transfer is
allowed to support the capital expenditures incurred for student transportation services such as school buses. The 7% transfer
is allowed to support capital expenditures such as facilities and equipment.
7% transfer amount:
Transportation amount:
$2,263,408.00
$ 262,595.67
DESE requires that any amount transferred above actual expenditures should be targeted for a specific project with an
estimated completion date. Four years ago we earmarked $302,947 for replacing the roof at the Jr. High. Three years ago the
board earmarked 953,232 for the district match on the FEMA building. Two years ago the board earmarked $791,325 for JH
Construction. All of this was used as part of the district’s commitment to use reserves to fund our current construction
projects.
Last year capital projects expenditures YTD were $6,686,405.68. Expenses related to the construction include professional
services and fees for $2,542,121.46 and district paid construction for $410,875.75. Also included was a lease payment in the
amount of $2,317,100. The amount not related to the lease projects was approximately $1,416,308 and was the amount of the
transfer.
As of the end of May the district had expended $5,427,979.82 from capital projects. Expenses related to construction,
professional services and lease payments are $4,299,249.50. The expenses not related to construction are $1,128,730 with an
ending balance in the $7MM range.
With the reduction of the levy for capital projects this year the operating fund grew at a larger proportion than in the prior year
which equates to approximately $432,000.00 more in the operating fund.
Depending on round two of the long range planning and other future capital expenditures the board may want to consider doing
a full transfer with the funds above expenses not related to construction committed to capital improvements at the preschool –
elementary level by FY19.
I would recommend the transportation transfer in the amount allowed by DESE to maintain the fleet.
In addition the board will need to transfer an amount needed to cover the final fund two expenditures. The exact amount will
not be known until we are able to run the final two payrolls. That number should be in the range of $1.2 MM.
I am recommending that the board approve this resolution to transfer revenue to fund 4 to cover expenses not related to the
lease construction, transportation, and to zero out fund 2.
Respectfully,
Rod Priest
Achieving excellence through learning: Every child – Every hour – Every day
MEMO
TO:
Chris Hon, Rod Priest, Board of Education
FROM:
Aaron Badgley
DATE:
06/16/2016
SUBJECT:
FY 2016 E-rate Bids
Please find the preferred vendors for FY 2016 E-rate bids outlined below. The services listed below are
subject to approval of E-rate funding and final commitment decision of USAC.
Category 1 Bids (Phone Service)
Phone Service – Big River Communications

Pre-discount Annual Charges:......................................................................................... $ 27,270.60
USAC Funding Commitment (40%): ................................................................................ - 10,908.24
District Commitment:............................................................................................. $ 16,362.36
Cellular Phone Service – Verizon Wireless (Voice Service Only)

Pre-discount Annual Charges:........................................................................................... $ 6,478.80
USAC Funding Commitment (40%): .................................................................................. - 2,591.52
District Commitment:............................................................................................... $ 3,887.28
Category 2 Bids (Wi-Fi – Eugene Field, Oak Grove, O’Neal, Kindergarten)
Cabling and Infrastructure – Brian Asberry

Pre-discount Charges: ..................................................................................................... $ 13,050.00
USAC Funding Commitment (80%): ................................................................................. - 10,440.00
District Commitment:............................................................................................... $ 2,610.00
Wireless Controller & Network Switches – Shelton Business Machines

Pre-discount Charges: ..................................................................................................... $ 23,929.00
USAC Funding Commitment (80%): ................................................................................. - 19,143.20
District Commitment:............................................................................................... $ 4,785.80
NOTE: Due to the FCC’s E-rate Modernization Order, Voice/Phone services in Category 1 are subject to a
20% yearly phase down in funding and will be completely eliminated in FY 2018. Mobile data/texting
plans have been completely eliminated from eligible Category 1 funding services.
POPLAR BLUFF R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION GOALS
2016-2017
1.
The Poplar Bluff R-I School District will develop and enhance quality educational/instructional
programs to improve performance and enable students to meet their personal, academic and
career goals.
A.
2.
1.
The district will administer formative assessments in all grade levels throughout
the course of the year in order to monitor achievement and identify specific skills
to target. Teams of teachers will meet to discuss and decide appropriate course
of instruction for individual students.
2.
The district will monitor the achievement of all subgroups, providing necessary
interventions and tutoring support for struggling students.
B.
The BOE sets the goal of implementing strategies to help reduce the dropout rate
while attaining a graduation rate of 85% or above and attaining an attendance rate of
90/90 (MSIP 5 goal of 90% of students individually maintaining 90% attendance).
C.
Academics will be supported by a commitment to increasing the opportunities for
students to use technology for instructional purposes during the day.
The Board of Education is committed to providing leadership and resources for the Poplar Bluff
School District to recruit, attract, develop and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the
district mission, goals and objectives.
A.
3.
The BOE continues to support the district CSIP (Comprehensive School Improvement
Plan) emphasizing strong student achievement accountable through making APR
(Annual Performance Report) yearly goals for performance.
The Board encourages recruitment of effective teachers and effective evaluation
practices for teachers and all staff.
The Board of Education supports strong instructional resources, support services, and
functional and safe facilities.
A.
The Board determines capital and building needs and establishes a time line
for building new facilities and ongoing improvements to existing facilities.
B.
The Board evaluates the effectiveness of district programs.
4.
The Board of Education promotes student, parent and community involvement in the
school district programs.
5.
The Board of Education provides leadership and oversight to be sure that the Poplar Bluff R-1
School District is governed in an efficient and effective manner benefiting the students, staff
and patrons of the district.
Revised 07-2015
POPLAR BLUFF R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT
MISSION STATEMENT
Achieving Excellence Through Learning:
Every Child, Every Hour, Every Day
Poplar Bluff Public Schools are the stewards and the builders of our most
priceless resource – our community’s youth. We use compassionate education
and knowledge as our tools to challenge and inspire all students to learn and
make a positive contribution to society.
PREAMBLE
Every successful endeavor starts with a plan, a road map that is referred to
often. It’s a guide and a framework that reveals the path that must be followed
to stay true to what the endeavor is trying to achieve.
In the case of the Poplar Bluff School District, it is the statement of and
adherence to our mission, vision and goals. These words are not just words.
They give all of us – teachers, administrators, students, parents and the
community at large – a bearing point. They are our true north.
Our children are the future. As a Professional Learning Community, we must
challenge each other and ourselves every day to strive for excellence –
excellence in nurturing and growing our youth through the foundation of
education.
THE POWER OF US
The power is in ‘us.’ Together we are stronger.
We are interdependent. We are unified.
The Poplar Bluff R-I School District is a society of professional educators,
learners and leaders of our youth who believe that graduation starts at Early
Childhood. We are dedicated to and dependent on each other to build a
successful learning pathway along which we can nurture, encourage and inspire
the youth in our community to grow and succeed.
Revised 07-17-2014
VISION
WHERE WE WANT TO BE
The Poplar Bluff R-I School District is recognized as an outstanding school
district. It is a place of nurturing, compassion, truth, happiness, respect,
creativity, excellence, self-actualization and industry leadership. All students,
staff and parents and the community at large come together to create a
Professional Learning Community that is committed to work in partnership to
build an environment where every student learns and succeeds.
VALUES
WHAT WE BELIEVE IN
We believe that graduation begins in Early Childhood.
We believe that our staff, students, parents and community members are
empowered and responsible for achieving the district’s vision, mission, goals
and values.
We believe that collaboration and teamwork are essential to success.
We believe in employing the best teachers, administrators and support staff.
We believe every child has the ability to learn and achieve.
We believe in teaching how to learn so we can create and encourage a passion
for knowledge.
We believe that instruction should be relevant and engaging to encourage and
ensure college and career readiness.
We believe our community (parents and guardians) are partners in the learning
process.
We believe community and business involvement and support are necessary to
enhance educational opportunities for students.
Revised 07-17-2014
GOALS
WHAT WE WANT TO ACCOMPLISH
We will continuously strive to build an integrated network of school campuses
where our students perform at the highest levels and the schools exceed state
and federal accountability standards.
Achievement gaps among all student groups will be eliminated as early as
possible in their academic career.
All students will graduate ready for college, post-secondary education, and
workforce readiness.
We will be recognized for our extraordinary graduation rates and student
performance.
We will be recognized as contributors and influencers within all parts of our
community through the education of our youth - including new levels of
knowledge, talent, creativity, work force development and leadership of our
community.
We will create a sense of ownership, spirit, strength and pride in our school
district throughout the community.
We will be known as the resource that nurtures the academic and cultural
growth of our community.
We will develop responsible, productive and respectful citizens for our
community.
Revised 07-17-2014
BOARD OF EDUCATION
POPLAR BLUFF R-I SCHOOL DISTRICT
2016-2017
REGULAR MEETINGS
BOARD OF EDUCATION ROOM
1110 N. WESTWOOD BOULEVARD
POPLAR BLUFF, MISSOURI
July 21, 2016
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
August 18, 2016
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
September 15, 2016
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
October 13, 2016 (Work-Session)
Thursday
6:00 p.m.
October 20, 2016
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
November 17, 2016
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
December 15, 2016
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
January 19, 2017
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
February 16, 2017
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
March 16, 2017
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
April 11, 2017 (Re-Organizational)
Tuesday
6:00 p.m.
April 20, 2017
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
May 18, 2017
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
June 22, 2017 (Work-Session)
Thursday
6:00 p.m.
June 29, 2017
Thursday
7:00 p.m.
DISTRICT COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
June 23, 2016
ADULT EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE – Cynthia Brown
AUDIT COMMITTEE – Ken Davis, John Scott, Steve Sells
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS COMMITTEE – Ken Davis, John Scott, Steve Sells
BUILDING TRADES COMMITTEE – Steve Sells
FEDERAL PROGRAMS COMMITTEE – Alana Robertson
FOOD SERVICE COMMITTEE – Vacant
(Advisory Committee – Steve Sells – 2-18-16)
HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE – Cynthia Brown
INSURANCE COMMITTEE – Alana Robertson, John Scott
POLICY COMMITTEE – Cynthia Brown
TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE – Vacant
DELEGATES -- 4-7-2016
MSBA – Alana Robertson
MSBA Alternate – Heather Tuggle
PB PUBLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION – Heather Tuggle
4-7-2016
STUDENT DISABILITIES
UNDER SECTION 504
AND TITLE II
Section 504/Title II Procedures
Manual & Forms
Author: Teri B. Goldman, Esq.
2013 Edition
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A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO SECTION 504 AND TITLE II
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (“Section 504”) is a federal law that
is designed to eliminate discrimination on the basis of disability in any program or
activity receiving federal financial assistance from the United States Department of
Education. 34 C.F.R. § 104.4. 1 The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), passed by
Congress in 1990, serves the similar purpose of eliminating discrimination on the basis
of disability. More specifically, Title II of the ADA provides that “no qualified individual
with a disability shall, by reason of such disability, be excluded from participation in or
be denied the benefits of services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be
subjected to discrimination by any such entity.” 42 U.S.C. § 12132. 2 Public schools are
public entities. Title II of the ADA applies only to those public entities that employ fifteen
or more persons.
Pursuant to Section 504 and the ADA, a person with a disability is defined as a
person with a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major
life activities. Per federal regulation, students in public elementary and secondary
educational programs who satisfy this first definition of disability are entitled to a free
appropriate public education (“FAPE”). 34 C.F.R. § 104.33. Under 504 and the ADA,
the definition of a person with a disability also includes (a) a person who has a record of
a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity, and (b) a
person who is regarded as having a physical or mental impairment that substantially
limits a major life activity. Pursuant to guidance from the United States Department of
Education, Office for Civil Rights (“OCR”), students in public schools who satisfy these
additional two definitions have no FAPE entitlement. OCR Senior Staff Memorandum
(OCR Aug. 3, 1992); Frequently Asked Questions About Section 504 (OCR March 4,
2005 and March 27, 2009) (“OCR FAQ”). These additional two definitions are “legal
fictions,” intended to address situations where individuals never were or are not
currently disabled but are treated by others as if they were. Id.
In 2008, Congress significantly amended the ADA and Section 504. This
amending legislation, known as the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act
(“ADAAA”), was signed into law by President George W. Busch on September 25, 2008.
The amended law became effective January 1, 2009. A copy of the 2008 ADAAA is
included in the Appendix to this publication.
1
C.F.R. stands for the Code of Federal Regulations, which contains regulations duly promulgated by
agencies of the federal government, including the Office for Civil Rights, United States Department of
Education. A copy of the relevant Section 504 regulations is included in the Appendix to this publication.
2
U.S.C. is the acronym for the United States Code that contains legislation passed by Congress and
signed into law by the President.
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In enacting the ADAAA, Congress explicitly overturned prior judicial precedent
that, in Congressional opinion, “narrowed the broad scope of protection intended to be
afforded by the ADA.” More specifically, Congress rejected the Supreme Court’s
interpretation of “disability” in the cases of Sutton v. United Air Lines, Inc., 527 U.S. 471
(1999), and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams, 534 U.S. 184
(2002). In rejecting the holdings and rationale of those cases, Congress noted that
“lower courts have incorrectly found in individual cases that people with a range of
substantially limiting impairments are not people with disabilities.” Accordingly,
Congress’ stated purpose in enacting the 2008 amendments was to expand the class of
individuals who are entitled to protection under the ADA and Section 504 and “[t]o
restore the intent and protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.” As
noted by Congress, the definition of disability “shall be construed . . . in favor of broad
coverage of individuals . . . to the maximum extent permitted by the terms of this Act.”
Although Congress did not modify the definitions of disability in the ADAAA, it
modified past interpretations of those definitions in several ways. For example, in the
ADAAA, Congress explicitly rejected the Supreme Court’s prior Sutton holding that
“whether an impairment substantially limits a major life activity is to be determined with
reference to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures.” As a result of the ADAAA,
the determination of whether an impairment substantially limits a major life activity must
be made without regard to the ameliorative (positive) effects of mitigating measures.
Mitigating measures are devices or practices that a person uses to correct for or
reduce the effects of that person’s mental or physical impairment. Mitigating measures,
per the ADAAA, include measures such as medication, low-vision devices (not including
ordinary eyeglasses or contacts), prosthetics, hearing aids and cochlear implants,
mobility devices, use of assistive technology, reasonable accommodations and learned
behavioral or adaptive neurological modifications. The list, however, is not exhaustive
and whether other measures (including individual health plans, classroom interventions
and aids and services provided by the student’s parent) constitute mitigating measures
must be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Additionally, in the ADAAA and although the law continues to require a
“substantial limitation,” Congress concluded that the Supreme Court, in the Williams
case, required a higher degree of limitation than Congress originally intended. While
Congress did not provide a definition of “substantially limits” in the 2008 amendments, it
explicitly rejected the definition of “significantly restricted” as previously applied by the
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”). As a result of this specific
change to the interpretation of “substantial limitation,” “[s]tudents who, in the past, may
not have been determined to have a disability under Section 504 and Title II may now in
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fact be found to have a disability under those laws.” Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan.
19, 2012).
As of 2013, neither the EEOC nor the OCR has defined “substantially limits.” In
its 2011 regulations, however, the EEOC created several “rules of construction” in lieu
of a definition. One such rule provides that “[t]he determination of whether an
impairment substantially limits a major life activity requires an individualized
assessment. However, in making this assessment, the term “substantially limits” shall
be interpreted and applied to require a degree of functional limitation that is lower than
the standard for “substantially limits” applied prior to the ADAAA.” 29 C.F.R. §
1630.2(j)(1)(iv). Importantly, an additional rule provides that “[a]n impairment is a
disability within the meaning of this section if it substantially limits the ability of
an individual to perform a major life activity as compared to most people in the
general population. An impairment need not prevent, or significantly or severely
restrict, the individual from performing a major life activity in order to be considered
substantially limiting. Nonetheless, not every impairment will constitute a disability
within the meaning of this section.” 29 C.F.R. § 1630.29(j)(1)(ii) (emphasis added).
Although the OCR has not addressed this issue via formal regulation, it has stated in
the context of other guidance that a school district could comply with Section 504 and
Title II by including the following language in its revised procedures and forms:
“’substantially limits’ means unable to perform a major life activity that the average
person in the general population can perform.” E.g., Oxnard (CA) Union High Sch.
Dist., 55 IDELR 21 (OCR Oct. 13, 2009); see also Sequoia (CA) Union High Sch. Dist.,
110 LRP 4676 (July 31, 2009) (comparison is to the average peer).
Further, in the ADAAA, Congress rejected the Williams Court’s analysis that the
term “major” as used in the definition of disability must be interpreted strictly so as to
create a demanding standard for disability. In relation to the phrase “major life
activities,” Congress extensively expanded the prior non-exclusive list of what
constituted a major life activity and further clarified that an impairment that substantially
limits one major life activity need not limit other major life activities. Under the ADAAA,
major life activities include, but are not limited to, caring for oneself, performing manual
tasks, seeing, hearing, eating, sleeping, walking, standing, lifting, bending, speaking,
breathing, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking, communicating, working and the
operation of major bodily functions. In the context of public elementary and secondary
schools, learning alone (including a student’s grades) is an insufficient basis on which to
determine whether a student has a disability. OCR FAQ (OCR 2009). All major life
activities that may be impacted by the student’s impairment(s) must be considered.
The ADAAA also provides that an impairment that is episodic or in remission
constitutes a disability if, when active, the impairment substantially limits a major life
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activity and without regard to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures. In
addition and pursuant to the ADAAA, the “regarded as” definition of disability does not
apply to impairments that are transitory and minor.
In the ADAAA, Congress expressed that “whether an individual’s impairment is a
disability under the ADA should not demand extensive analysis.” 42 U.S.C. §
12101(b)(5). However it is important to note that Subpart D of the current Section 504
regulations continues to require recipients of federal financial assistance that operate
public elementary or secondary educational programs or activities to conduct
evaluations prior to determining a student’s eligibility and placement under Section 504.
34 C.F.R. §§ 104.35(a)-(c). These regulatory provisions require, among other things,
that the school district draw upon information from a variety of sources, establish
procedures to ensure that information from all such sources be documented and
carefully considered and ensure that all such decisions are made by a group of
knowledgeable persons. Id. OCR rigorously enforces these provisions and, thus, to
comply with Section 504 and Title II, it appears that a more extensive analysis may be
necessary than is statutorily required under Title II.
Although the ADAAA does not address whether the positive effects of mitigating
measures can be taken into account once a disability is determined to exist, the EEOC,
in its 2011 regulations, opined that the ADAAA does permit the consideration of such
effects in determining whether an individual requires reasonable accommodation in the
workplace. More recently and consistent with the EEOC, OCR has stated that
“[a]lthough school districts may no longer consider the ameliorative effects of mitigating
measures when making a disability determination, mitigating measures remain relevant
in evaluating the need of a student with a disability for special education or related
services. . . . Once a school district determines that a student has a disability, however,
that student’s use of mitigating measures could still be relevant in determining his or her
need for special education or related services.” Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19,
2012). If, after a proper evaluation, a knowledgeable group of persons determines that
a student does not require special education or related services, neither the ADAAA nor
the 504 regulations obligate a school district to provide aids or services that the student
does not need. Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012). The student, however, is
still considered to be a person with a disability and is protected by 504 and Title II’s
nondiscrimination prohibitions. Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012); see also
Letter to Veir (Dec. 1, 1993). In the public school context, students who have
disabilities but have no need for services are sometimes referred to as “technically
eligible.”
OCR enforces Title II and Section 504 with respect to public schools and has
authority to promulgate regulations interpreting those two laws. Initially, OCR’s
predecessor agency (Health, Education and Welfare) promulgated regulations that
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became effective in 1977. Those regulations were adopted without change when the
Department of Education was created in 1980. No significant changes to the
regulations have been made since the late 1970’s and OCR’s most recent guidance
specifically indicates that the current regulations (adopted primarily in the 1970’s)
remain consistent with the ADAAA. OCR FAQ (OCR March 27, 2009)(“The
Amendments Act does not require ED to amend its Section 504 regulations. ED’s
Section 504 regulations as currently written are valid and OCR is enforcing them
consistent with the Amendments Act.”); Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012)
(“The Amendments Act does not require the Department to revise its existing Section
504 regulation or to create new regulatory provisions. . . . [N]othing in the Section 504
statute or current regulation contradicts the Amendments Act.”).
The purpose of this publication is provide a sample 504/Title II procedures
manual with forms that public school districts can use to promote effective compliance
with Section 504 and Title II as amended by the ADAAA, and as defined by the current
504 federal regulations, the 2011 EEOC revised regulations, formal and informal
guidance issued by the OCR and new cases as they have thus far been decided. The
procedures and forms included within this publication are intended to satisfy compliance
with Section 504 and Title II as it is known as of 2013. School districts periodically
should consult with the district’s legal counsel to determine if further changes to the
procedures and forms should be made.
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RELEVANT DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
Free appropriate public education (FAPE): a term used in the elementary and
secondary context. For purposes of 504, refers to the provision of regular or special
education and related aids and services that are designed to meet the individual
educational needs of students with disabilities as adequately as the needs of students
without disabilities are met and is based on adherence to procedures that satisfy the
Section 504 requirements pertaining to educational setting, evaluation and placement,
and procedural safeguards. (Source: March 2009 OCR FAQ and 34 C.F.R. § 104.33).
Placement: a term used in the elementary and secondary school context. Refers to
the regular and/or special educational program in which a student receives educational
and/or related services. (Source: March 2009 OCR FAQ). Placement decisions have
also been defined, by OCR, as “decisions about whether any special services will be
provided to the student and, if so, what those services are.” (Source: Escondido (CA)
Union Elem. Sch. Dist., 109 LRP 24519 (OCR Jan. 6, 2009)).
Qualified Disabled Person: with respect to public preschool, elementary, secondary
or adult educational services, a qualified disabled person is an individual (i) of an age
during which nondisabled persons are provided such services, (ii) of an age during
which it is mandatory under state law to provide such services to disabled persons, or
(iii) to whom a state is required to provide a free appropriate public education. (Source:
34 C.F.R. § 104.3(l)(2)).
Physical or mental impairment: means (A) any physiological disorder or condition,
cosmetic disfigurement, or anatomical loss affecting one or more of the following body
systems: neurological; musculoskeletal; special sense organs; respiratory; including
speech organs; cardiovascular; reproductive; digestive; genito-urinary; hemic and
lymphatic; skin; and endocrine; or (B) any mental or psychological disorder, such as
mental retardation, organic brain syndrome, emotional or mental illness, and specific
learning disabilities. (Source: 34 C.F.R. § 104.3).
Reasonable accommodation: a term used in the employment context that employers
make with respect to employees or prospective employees. According to the OCR, “this
term is sometimes used incorrectly to refer to related aids and services in the
elementary and secondary school context or to refer to academic adjustments,
reasonable modifications, and auxiliary aids and services in the postsecondary school
context.” (Source: March 2009 OCR FAQ).
Record of impairment: means has a history of, or has been misclassified as having, a
mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.
(Source: 34 C.F.R. § 104.3).
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Regarded as having an impairment: means (A) has a physical or mental impairment
that does not substantially limit major life activities but is treated as a recipient as
constituting such a limitation; (B) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially
limits major life activities only as a result of the attitudes of others toward such
impairment; or (C) has none of the impairments defined in the regulations but is treated
by a recipient as having such impairment. (Source: 34 C.F.R. § 104.3).
Related services: a term used in the elementary and secondary school context to refer
to developmental, corrective, and other supportive services, including psychological,
counseling and medical diagnostic services and transportation. (Source: March 2009
OCR FAQ).
Special Education: this term is not defined by the OCR or in the 504 federal
regulations. In Letter to McKethan (OCR Jan. 4, 1995), the OCR stated that “[w]hat
constitutes ‘special education’ under the civil rights statutes and regulations is a
decision for the local education agency to make in conformance with whatever other
local, state, and Federal laws apply (such as the IDEA).” In that same letter, the OCR
also stated that “Students may have a disability that in no way affects their ability to
learn, yet they may need extra help of some kind from the system to access learning.
For instance, a child may have very severe asthma (affecting the major life activity of
breathing) that requires regular medication and regular use of an inhaler while in school.
Without regulation administration of the medication and inhaler, the child cannot remain
in school. Whether that help is called special education, or related services, or
supplementary services is irrelevant under Section 504 and Title II.” In Letter to Veir
(OCR Dec. 1, 1993), OCR noted that the meanings of “regular or special education and
related aids and services, “special education or related services . . . in a regular or
special education program,” “related aids and services,” and “supplemental aids and
services” have identical meanings.
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SAMPLE SECTION
504/TITLE II
PROCEDURES
MANUAL
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Poplar Bluff R-1 School District
504/TITLE II PROCEDURES MANUAL
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a federal law that prohibits
discrimination against persons with disabilities in any program or activity that receives
federal financial assistance from the United States Department of Education. Title II of
the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in
programs and activities of a public entity. The Poplar Bluff R-1 School District is a
recipient of federal financial assistance from the United States Department of Education
and, therefore, is covered by Section 504. The Poplar Bluff R-1 School District has
fifteen or more employees and also is a public entity covered by Title II of the ADA.
Which students are covered?
Under 504 and Title II, a person with a disability is defined as an individual who:
1.
Has a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more
major life activities;
2.
Has a record of such an impairment; or
3.
Is regarded as having such an impairment.
Students who satisfy the first definition above are entitled to a free appropriate
public education (“FAPE”) in the least restrictive environment. 34 C.F.R. § 104.33.
FAPE, as defined by the Section 504 regulations, means the provision of regular or
special education and related services that are designed to meet the individual
educational needs of the disabled student as adequately as the needs of nondisabled
students and are based upon adherence to the procedures described in the 504
regulations. 34 C.F.R. § 104.33(b).
Students who satisfy only the second and third definitions (“record of” and
“regarded as”) are not entitled to FAPE or a reasonable modification of policies,
practices or procedures, but are entitled to be free from discrimination including, but not
limited, to protection from retaliation and harassment. OCR Senior Staff Memorandum
(OCR Aug. 3, 1992); Frequently Asked Questions About Section 504 (OCR March 4,
2005 and March 27, 2009) (“OCR FAQ”); Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012).
In these cases, the statutory protections apply whether or not the student has an
impairment and whether or not the impairment substantially limits a major life activity.
Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012). A person, however, will not be “regarded
as” a person with a disability if the student’s impairment is both transitory (having an
actual or expected duration of six months or less) and minor. 42 U.S.C. § 12102; Dear
Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012). The District can still voluntarily address such
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transitory and minor impairments by using the relevant form (Form L) contained within
this Manual. In addition and per OCR, school districts may always use regular
education intervention strategies to assist students without disabilities who are having
difficulties in school. OCR FAQ (March 2009).
A student’s eligibility under Section 504/Title II is not determined by a doctor or
psychologist but by a group of knowledgeable persons convened by the District. 34
C.F.R. § 104.35(c). That group must include persons who are knowledgeable about the
student, the evaluation data to be considered, the placement options and Section
504/Title II requirements. 34 C.F.R. § 104.35(c). When a meeting is convened for a
student whose medical condition may require aids or services, a medical professional
with adequate and student-specific knowledge of the medical condition should be
invited to participate in the meeting. See, e.g., Charlotte-Mecklenberg (NC) Sch., 54
IDELR 267 (OCR Sept. 17, 2009). Parents/guardians are not a mandated part of this
group but should be invited to group meetings and/or be provided with a meaningful
opportunity to have input into the process. See, e.g., Batavia (OH) Local Sch. Dist., 111
LRP 70127 (OCR Sept. 29, 2011); Escondido (CA) Union Elem. Sch. Dist., 109 LRP
24519 (OCR Jan. 6, 2009). With respect to those occasions, however, where the
student may be new to the District or otherwise relatively unknown to school staff, the
parent/guardian may need to be included in order to have a knowledgeable group. See,
e.g., Sequoia (CA) Union High Sch. Dist., 110 LRP 4676 (OCR 2009).
Mental or physical impairments are broadly defined and include any physiological
disorder or condition or any mental or psychological disorder, whether formally
diagnosed or not. 34 C.F.R. § 104.3(i); see also Bethlehem (NY) Central Sch. Dist.
(OCR March 11, 2009) (noting that formal medical diagnosis is not required). However,
an impairment, alone, is insufficient to qualify a student as Section 504 or Title II
disabled. OCR FAQ (OCR March 4, 2005 and March 29, 2009); Dear Colleague Letter
(OCR Jan. 19, 2012) (“A medical diagnosis alone does not necessarily trigger a school
district’s obligation to conduct an evaluation. . . .”). In addition, a medical diagnosis
or the fact that a student takes medication is not controlling in determining
whether that student has a 504 /Title II disability. OCR FAQ (OCR March 2009).
Finding a student 504 eligible solely on the basis of a diagnosis generally violates
Section 504. See OCR FAQ (OCR March 27, 2009).
Major life activities, as defined by Section 504 and the 2008 ADAAA, include –
but are not limited to – activities such as walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing,
learning, working, caring for one’s self, bending, standing, learning, thinking,
concentrating, reading, eating, sleeping, communicating and performing manual tasks.
Pursuant to the 2008 ADAAA, major life activities also include the operation of a major
bodily function, including, but not limited to, the immune system, normal cell growth,
digestive functions, bowel functions, bladder functions, neurological functions, brain
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functions, the respiratory system, the reproductive system, the circulatory system and
the endocrine system. These lists are not exhaustive or exclusive. Thus, the
knowledgeable group may need to consider other major life activities in determining
whether an individual student has a disability.
In determining whether a student has a disability within the meaning of 504 and
Title II, the knowledgeable group must consider all possible major life activities and
cannot limit its analysis to learning or academic performance. Dear Colleague Letter
(OCR Jan. 19, 2012) (“Nothing in the ADA or Section 504 limits coverage or protection
to those whose impairments concern learning.”). Accordingly, students whose
impairments may impact major life activities other than learning may need to be
evaluated to determine if a disability exists. Id. Additionally and per the ADAAA, an
impairment that substantially limits one major life activity does not need to limit other
major life activities for the student to be considered disabled.
To be disabled under Section 504 and Title II, the student’s mental or physical
impairment must substantially limit one or more major life activities. 42 U.S.C. §
12102. An impairment that is episodic or in remission is a disability if it would
substantially limit a major life activity when active. 42 U.S.C. § 12102.
Substantial limitation is not defined in Section 504 or the 2008 ADAAA. In the
2008 ADAAA, Congress stated that the phrase “substantially limits” must be interpreted
consistently with the findings and purposes of the 2008 Amendments and, however
defined, means less than “significantly restricted.” Moreover, the determination of
whether an impairment substantially limits a major life activity must be made without
regard to the ameliorative 3 effects of mitigating measures4 such as the following:
medication; medical supplies, equipment, or appliances; low-vision devices (which do
not include ordinary eye-glasses or contact lenses); 5 prosthetics, including limbs and
devices; hearing aids and cochlear implants or other implantable hearing devices;
mobility devices; oxygen therapy equipment and supplies; the use of assistive
technology; reasonable accommodations; auxiliary aids or services; 6 learned behavioral
or adaptive neurological modifications; the acquisition or modification of equipment or
devices; and other similar services and actions. The ameliorative effects of ordinary
3
Ameliorative is defined as “to make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory; improve;
meliorate.”
4
A mitigating measure is a device or practice that a person uses to correct for or reduce the effects of
the mental or physical impairment.
5
Ordinary eyeglasses or contact lenses mean lenses that are intended to fully correct visual acuity or
eliminate refractive error. Low-vision devices mean devices that magnify, enhance, or otherwise augment
a visual image.
6
Auxiliary aids and services include (a) qualifying interpreters or other effective methods of making
aurally delivered materials available to individuals with hearing impairments; and (b) qualified readers,
taped texts, or other effective methods of making visually delivered materials available to individuals with
visual impairments.
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eyeglasses or contact lenses can be considered in determining whether an impairment
substantially limits a major life activity. As a result of this change in the law,
impairments that may not previously have been considered to be disabilities because of
the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures may now meet the statutory definitions
of disability. Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012).
In determining whether a student has a disability within the meaning of Section
504 and Title II, the District will not take into account the ameliorative effects of
mitigating measures, including related aids and services or modifications already being
provided to a student by the parents or District. See, e.g., Batavia (OH) Local Sch.
Dist., 111 LRP 70127 (OCR Sept. 29, 2011).
In determining whether a student’s impairment substantially limits a major life
activity and, therefore, constitutes a disability, the District must conduct an evaluation.
34 C.F.R. § 104.35. The fact that a doctor or parent may regard the child as disabled
does not trigger the evaluation requirement. Rather, the District should inquire whether
there is reason to believe that, because of disability, the child may need to be
evaluated. OCR Senior Staff Memorandum (OCR Aug. 3, 1992); OCR FAQ (OCR
2009); Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012). Based on that evaluation and
without regard to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures, a group of
knowledgeable persons must determine if the student is substantially limited compared
to most people in the general population. For an elementary or secondary student,
such comparison generally would be to the average peer in the population.
When determining eligibility under Section 504, the District also is required to
determine if environmental, cultural, or economic disadvantage are the primary reason
for any limitations that the student may exhibit. OCR Appendix to Federal Regulations.
Temporary impairments may be covered by 504 if the impairment is substantially
limiting and if it is of sufficient duration. A transitory and minor impairment, however, is
not a disability. OCR FAQ (OCR March 2009); Dear Colleague Letter, (OCR Jan. 19,
2012). A transitory impairment is one with an actual or expected duration of six months
or less. As noted by OCR, “[a] temporary impairment does not constitute a disability for
purposes of Section 504 unless its severity is such that it results in a substantial
limitation in one or more major life activities for an extended period of time.” Id. A caseby-case determination is necessary, taking into consideration both duration and
substantial limitation. Id. If a student with a temporary impairment is not disabled, the
School District can voluntarily address the student’s transitory and minor impairment
without violating the “regarded as” definition of disability. (See Form L).
When determining eligibility, the group of knowledgeable persons should attempt
to reach consensus and a “vote” is neither necessary nor recommended. If consensus
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is not possible, District personnel (generally an administrator) must make the final
decision, which is then subject to the due process procedure described in the District’s
504/Title II Procedural Safeguards.
Procedural Safeguards and Grievance Procedures:
Public elementary and secondary schools that receive federal financial
assistance must establish and implement, with respect to actions regarding the
identification, evaluation, or educational placement of students who, because of
disability, need or are believed to need special instruction or related services, a system
of procedural safeguards that includes notice, an opportunity for the parents/guardian of
the student to examine relevant records, an impartial haring with opportunity for
participation by the person’s parents/guardian and representation by counsel, and a
review procedure. 34 C.F.R. § 104.36. A copy of the District’s 504/Title II procedural
safeguards is included in this Manual.
A copy of the District’s Section 504/Title II procedural safeguards will be given to
the parents/guardian only one (1) time a year, except that a copy also shall be given to
the parents/guardian –
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
Upon initial parent or staff referral or parental request for evaluation;
Upon the first occurrence of the filing of a Section 504/Title II due process
complaint as specified in the procedural safeguards;
Upon notification to the parent/guardian of a significant change of
placement as a result of disciplinary measures; and
Upon request by the parent/guardian. 7
A recipient that operates a public elementary or secondary education program
must also adopt a grievance procedure for the prompt and equitable resolution of claims
of discrimination. 34 C.F.R. § 104.7(b). A copy of the District’s required grievance
procedures for the resolution of claims of discrimination may be found in the Board of
Education’s Policies and Procedures at the Office of the Superintendent.
7
In informal guidance, OCR has implicitly authorized the provision of safeguards based on the above
standard adopted from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. See, e.g., Chicopee (MA) Publ.
Sch., 51 IDELR 138 (OCR Aug. 29, 2008); Miami-Dade County (FL) Sch. Dist., 52 IDELR 53 (OCR June
15, 2008); Rockford (IL) Pub. Sch., 50 IDELR 233 (OCR 2007).
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Notice Requirements:
The Section 504 regulations pertaining to procedural safeguards include “notice.”
OCR has interpreted this regulation to require the provision of notice to
parents/guardians explaining any evaluation and placement decisions affecting their
children and explaining the parents’ right to review records and to appeal decisions
regarding evaluation and placement. OCR FAQ (March 4, 2005 and March 27, 2009).
The District will provide notice to parents/guardians when the District and/or
knowledgeable group proposes or declines to take actions related to evaluation,
placement and the provision of FAPE and the notice will include the reasons why the
District and/or group have decided to proceed in that fashion. Any such notices will be
sufficiently detailed to allow parents/guardians to meaningfully evaluate whether they
wish to consent to the proposed action, refuse to act, or request due process.
Child Find, Referral and Evaluation:
Public elementary or secondary school districts that receive federal financial
assistance have the affirmative responsibility to annually undertake to locate and
identify all qualified disabled students residing in the District’s jurisdiction. 34 C.F.R. §
104.32. The duty extends to those non-resident students voluntarily included by the
District. The District will satisfy this obligation, commonly known as “child find,” by
posting the 504 Public Notice on the District website and in student handbooks.
Students who are suspected of having a 504/Title II disability can be referred for
evaluation by a parent or by members of the District’s certified and support staff
(specifically school nurse or school-based social worker). A copy of the 504/Title II
referral form can be obtained from the 504 District Coordinator or Building Coordinators.
Before identifying a student as 504/Title II disabled, the District is required to
conduct an initial or preplacement evaluation of that student to determine if he/she has
a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits a major life activity before taking
any action with respect to the initial placement of the student under 504/Title II. That
evaluation can consist of a review of existing data, observation, a request for medical,
psychological and/or other outside information with proper authorization and/or formal
assessment.
The fact that a parent or doctor may regard a student as disabled does not
automatically trigger the evaluation requirement. Moreover, a formal medical or
psychological diagnosis, standing alone, is insufficient to qualify a student as 504/Title II
disabled. Any information obtained from the student’s outside diagnosing or treating
medical or psychological professionals will be carefully considered and documented by
the members of the knowledgeable group convened to determine eligibility. However,
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outside information from medical professionals is not determinative in deciding whether
a student is disabled.
The District is required to establish standards and procedures for the evaluation
and placement of students who, because of disability, need or are believed to need
regular or special education or related services pursuant to 504/Title II. This section of
the procedures manual describes those standards and procedures. As part of these
standards and procedures, the District ensures that (1) tests and other evaluation
materials have been validated for the specific purpose for which they are used and will
be administered by trained personnel in conformance with the instructions provided by
their producer; (2) tests and other evaluation materials include those tailored to assess
specific areas of educational need and not merely those which are designed to provide
a single general intelligence quotient; and (3) tests are selected and administered so as
best to ensure that, when a test is administered to a student with impaired sensory,
manual, or speaking skills, the test results accurately reflect the student’s aptitude or
achievement level or whatever other factor the test purports to measure, rather than
reflecting the student’s impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills (except where
those skills are the factors that the test purports to measure).
As part of the District’s standards and procedures, the District also ensures that,
in interpreting evaluation data, the student’s knowledgeable group of persons will (1)
draw upon information from a variety of sources, including aptitude and achievement
tests, teacher recommendations, physical condition, social or cultural background, and
adaptive behavior and (2) establish procedures to ensure that information obtained from
all such sources is documented and carefully considered.
If the District’s knowledgeable group convened on behalf of a student believes
that a current medical or psychological assessment or evaluation of the student is
necessary to determine the existence of an impairment or as part of the evaluation to
determine 504/Title II eligibility, that assessment must be provided at no cost to the
parent. The District will follow current IDEA guidelines in determining whether it is
appropriate to access private or public insurance for such purposes.
If a student’s knowledgeable group determines that a formalized initial
assessment is necessary to determine whether the student has a 504/Title II disability
and/or a need for regular or special education or related services, the District will seek
to obtain informed and written parental/guardian consent prior to assessment. No
consent is necessary to conduct a review of existing data or to conduct school-based or
other observations.
If the parent/guardian refuses to provide consent to an initial/preplacement
evaluation deemed necessary by the knowledgeable group, the student will not be
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considered disabled and will remain a regular education student. The District has the
right to use the due process procedures identified in the 504/Title II procedural
safeguards if the parent refuses to consent to an initial/preplacement evaluation, but the
District is not required to do so. If the parent refuses to consent, the knowledgeable
group may consider whether there is sufficient existing information on which to
determine whether a disability exists.
As part of the District’s initial/preplacement evaluation, the student’s parent
and/or legal guardian may be asked to provide a written release or authorization to
obtain further information from diagnosing or treating physicians, psychologists or other
outside professionals. If the student’s knowledgeable group of persons concludes that
such information is a necessary part of the initial/preplacement evaluation and the
parent/guardian refuses to provide the requested written authorization to obtain it, the
District may treat such refusal as a refusal to consent to the initial/preplacement
evaluation. In that event, the District may consider the student to be without a disability
but the knowledgeable group may also consider whether there is sufficient other
available and existing information on which to determine that a disability exists.
A District is not required to evaluate or identify a student as 504/Title II disabled
simply at a parent’s or doctor’s request if the District does not have reason to suspect
that the student has a 504/Title II disability. If a parent/guardian initiates a 504/Title II
referral and/or requests a 504/Title II evaluation and the District refuses that request
because it has no reason to suspect a disability, the District will provide the parent with
a written notice of refusal and a copy of the District’s 504/Title II procedural safeguards.
There is no automatic obligation to evaluate students for 504/Title II eligibility after a
determination that a student is ineligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education
Act.
Students deemed eligible under 504/Title II must also be periodically reevaluated
and a reevaluation is required prior to any significant change in placement. A significant
change in placement is a significant change in the type or amount of regular or special
education or related aids or services provided to a student with a disability and may
include the addition or elimination of a program or service, or a substantial increase or
decrease in the amount of time a program or service is provided. A periodic
reevaluation also is necessary prior to a proposed discontinuation of a student’s
eligibility under Section 504/Title II or a disciplinary change of placement. Per OCR
guidance, a periodic reevaluation is not required prior to graduation with a regular
diploma. 8
8
Letter to Runkel, 25 IDELR 387 (OCR 1996).
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Reevaluations can consist of a review of existing data, observation, a request for
medical, psychological or other outside information with proper authorization and/or a
formal assessment. Parents/guardians must be notified by the District of an intent to
reevaluate under 504/Title II, but parental consent is not necessary for periodic
reevaluations.
Section 504 and Title II do not provide for independent educational evaluations.
However, in interpreting data and making placement decisions, the District will consider
any independent or outside evaluations presented by the student’s parent or guardian.
Individual Health Plans:
Not all students who have individual health plans (“IHPs”) have disabilities and
the District need not refer all students with IHPs. However, District staff will consider
whether any students who have IHPs should be considered for referral. Factors to
consider include, but are not limited to: (a) the frequency of required IHP services; (b)
the intensity of required IHP services; (c) the complexity of required IHP services; (d)
the health and safety risk to the student if IHP services are not provided; and (e) the
student’s need for other services from the District. An IHP may be considered a
mitigating measure if it provides for an individual student to receive aids or services that
ameliorate, in whole or in part, the impact of the student’s impairment. If the District
suspects that, without regard to the ameliorative effects of the IHP, the student would be
substantially limited in a major life activity, a staff referral should be made. If a disability
is suspected, the District should follow 504/Title II procedures in determining what
services, including the provision of an IHP, are needed as a result of disability. Any
resulting IHP, standing alone or in conjunction with other needed services, will become
part of the student’s 504/Title II Plan.
Provision of FAPE and Educational Placement:
The Office for Civil Rights defines placement as a term used in the elementary
and secondary school context that refers to the regular and/or special educational
program in which a student receives educational or related services. 9 After a group of
knowledgeable persons determines that a student is 504/Title II disabled, a
knowledgeable group (that may be the same or different) will determine if the student
requires any regular or special education and related aids and services to receive a
“free appropriate public education.” In making this determination, the knowledgeable
group will take into account the positive and negative effects of any mitigating measures
that have been or are being used by the student. 10 If the knowledgeable group
9
OCR FAQ (OCR 2009).
Dear Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012) (“Mitigating measures remain relevant in evaluating the
need of a student with a disability for special education or related services.” “If as a result of a properly
10
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determines that the student has a need, as a result of disability, for regular or special
education or related services, those services will be documented in an individualized
504/Title II FAPE Plan. If the knowledgeable group determines that the student has a
disability but, due to mitigating measures, has no current needs, the group will not
develop an individualized 504/Title II FAPE Plan for the student. However, the District
will document the student’s disability and the conclusion that no needs exist and staff
will monitor the student to determine if aids or services may be needed at a future date.
If the student demonstrates a possible need for aids or services at a future date, the
District will initiate a reevaluation pursuant to the procedures outlined in this Manual.
Such technically eligible students remain entitled to the protections of Section 504 and
Title II.
If the knowledgeable group determines that the disabled student requires regular
or special education and related aids and services as a result of the student’s disability,
the District will convene a knowledgeable group, within a reasonable time, to develop an
individualized 504/Title II FAPE Plan for the student. FAPE under 504/Title II could
consist of education in regular classrooms, education in regular classes with
supplementary services, and/or special education and related services. A student also
may receive adjustments in the regular classroom as part of a 504/Title II Plan. 11 The
group will include persons knowledgeable about the student, the evaluation data and
the placement options. The student’s parents/guardians generally are not required
participants in that process, but the District will extend an invitation to the
parent/guardian to participate and will attempt to schedule such meetings at a mutually
convenient time. The group can meet without the parent’s/guardian’s participation but
will consider and document any information provided by the parent/guardian.
In making placement/service decisions, the knowledgeable group will (1) draw
upon information from a variety of sources, including aptitude and achievement tests,
teacher recommendations, physical condition, social or cultural background, and
adaptive behavior; (2) ensure that information obtained from all such sources is
documented and carefully considered, (3) ensure that the placement decision is made
by a group of persons, including persons knowledgeable about the student, the
meaning of the evaluation data, and the placement options, and (4) ensure that the
placement decision is one in which the student will be educated with students who are
not disabled to the maximum extent appropriate to the needs of the disabled student. In
making placement decisions for an individual student, the group will place the disabled
student in the regular educational environment unless the group concludes that the
conducted evaluation, the school district determines that the student does not need special education or
related services, the district is not required to provide aids and services. . . . Further, the student is still a
person with a disability, and so is protected by [Section 504 and Title II]”.)
11
OCR FAQ (OCR March 2009).
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education of the student in the regular education environment with the use of
supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactorily.
If a student with a disability has dietary issues, the knowledgeable group of
persons may need to determine, as part of its placement decision, whether the District
may need to provide food or other dietary modifications as part of the student’s
individualized plan. Unlike medication, which the District is not required to provide, if
the District provides food to students generally, it will provide an appropriate meal
(including possible food substitutions) to the to the disabled student who has special
dietary needs on the same basis that food is provided to nondisabled students. 12
For certain students with 504/Title II disabilities, the knowledgeable group may
need to consider whether medication dissemination or administration is necessary for
the provision of FAPE and/or to prevent discrimination on the basis of disability and, if
so, medication dissemination or administration should be included in the student’s
504/Title II Plan as a related service. The knowledgeable group should consider,
among other things, whether to identify the person(s) responsible for dissemination or
administration, what emergency procedures may need to be included and whether staff
training may be necessary. 13 The District is not required to supply or pay for medication
to such students. 14
If the group places a student in a setting other than the regular educational
environment, the group will take into account the proximity of the alternate setting to the
student’s home.
If the group decides that a student requires a shortened school day, such
determination will be made on an individualized basis and documented in the student’s
Plan. Unless such an individualized decision has been made by a knowledgeable
group and consistent with 504/Title II procedures, disabled students are entitled to a
school day that is as long as that provided to non-disabled students. 15
In making a placement decision for an individual student, the knowledgeable
group may place the disabled student or refer the student for aids, benefits, or services
other than those operated or provided for by the District. If the group decides the
student needs such aids, benefits or services, the District will ensure that the 504/Title II
requirements outlined in this manual are met with respect to the student so placed or
referred.
12
Letter to Veir, 20 IDELR 864 (OCR 1993).
Letter to Mentink, 19 IDELR 1127 (OCR 1993); Berlin Brothers Valley (PA) Sch. Dist., 353 IDELR 124
(OCR 1988); Pearl (MS) Pub. Sch. Dist., 17 IDELR 1004 (OCR 1991); Culver City (CA) Unified Sch. Dist.,
16 IDELR 673 (OCR 1990).
14
Letter to Veir, 20 IDELR 864 (OCR 1993).
15
See, e.g., Pasco County (FL) Sch. Dist., 111 LRP 64900 (OCR June 16, 2011).
13
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If the group places a disabled student or refers a disabled student for aids,
benefits, or services not operated or provided for by the District, the group will ensure
that adequate transportation to and from the aid, benefits, or services is provided at no
greater cost than would be incurred by the person or his or her parents or guardian if
the student were placed in the aid, benefits, or services operated by the District.
If a student’s knowledgeable group determines that a public or private residential
placement is necessary to provide the student with a FAPE because of that student’s
disability, the placement, including non-medical care and room and board, shall be
provided at no cost to the student or his or her parents or guardian. 16
When making decisions regarding placement and the provision of FAPE, the
group of knowledgeable persons should attempt to reach consensus and a “vote” is
neither necessary nor recommended. If consensus is not possible, then District
personnel (generally an administrator) must make the final decision, which is then
subject to the due process procedures described in the District’s 504/Title II Procedural
Safeguards.
All relevant staff must implement the provisions of a student’s Section 504/Title II
FAPE Plan. If a particular aid or service is no longer appropriate to a student’s
individual needs, the District should reconvene the student’s knowledgeable group to
consider whether that particular component of the Plan should be modified.
16
34 C.F.R. § 104.33(c)(3).
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Consent to Place:17
If the knowledgeable team determines that an individual student has a disability
and is need of special education and/or related services and after the development of
an initial Section 504/Title II FAPE Plan, the District will seek informed written consent
from the student’s parent/guardian for initial placement. If the parent/guardian refuses
to provide the requested written consent, the student cannot be initially placed. If the
parent/guardian provides consent to an initial placement but subsequently withdraws
that consent, the District may initiate a due process hearing if the District believes the
student needs continued services to receive an appropriate education.
Transfer Students from Another School District:
Pursuant to the Section 504 federal regulations, the District must conduct an
evaluation before significantly changing the placement of a student with a disability. In
the context of transferring students, such an evaluation requires a review of the
student’s prior existing Section 504/Title II Plan and may require the District to obtain
additional information or assessment data concerning the student. Students who
transfer into the District should continue to receive services comparable to those in their
existing 504/Title II plans with as few interruptions as possible until the District
administratively accepts the existing plan, until a group of knowledgeable persons can
develop a new plan or until an evaluation can occur to determine if the student remains
disabled. 18
Placement of Disabled Students by Parents/Guardians:
17
The federal 504 regulations do not require parental consent to an initial placement and the Office for
Civil Rights has never explicitly required such consent. In some of its Letters of Finding, however, OCR
has implied both a consent to place as well as a parental right to withdraw consent to continued 504/Title
II services. See, e.g., Boston (MA) Publ. Sch., 53 IDELR 199 (OCR June 29, 2009). In such guidance,
OCR has indicated that it interprets Section 504 in a manner consistent with the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”). Under the IDEA, a parent may withhold consent to an initial
placement and, in such circumstances, a school district is not obligated to provide the student with FAPE
and is not permitted to use the due process procedure to override the parental refusal. Under the IDEA, a
parent may also revoke consent to services and, thus, withdraw the student from special education. In
interpreting the application of these IDEA provisions to Section 504, OCR has indicated that a school
district is not required to seek a due process hearing when a parent rejects a proposed non-initial
placement. However, OCR further has stated that a parent’s rejection of a non-initial placement does not
automatically relieve a district of its obligation to provide FAPE. In such instances, OCR has stated that,
where the parent rejects a non-initial placement, the district must seek a due process hearing or take
other steps to overcome a parent’s refusal where the district believes that the continuation of services is
necessary for FAPE. The OCR position, as stated in the Boston case, fails to recognize that, under the
IDEA, a parent’s decision to revoke consent for services cannot be challenged by a school district in a
due process proceeding and that the IDEA does not require parental consent to a proposed change in
placement or services. Districts should consult with legal counsel before determining whether to utilize
this optional provision.
18
See, e.g., South Pasadena (CA) Unified Sch. Dist. (OCR March 17, 2009); OCR FAQ (OCR March
2009).
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If the District has made available, in conformance with the 504 regulations and
this procedures manual, a free appropriate public education to a disabled student and
the student’s parents or guardian choose to place the person in a private school, the
District is not required to pay for the student’s education in the private school.
Disagreements between a parent or guardian and the District regarding whether the
District has made FAPE available or otherwise regarding the question of financial
responsibility are subject to the due process procedures outlined in the District’s 504
procedural safeguards.
Private and Home-Schooled Students:
If the District has made a free appropriate public education available to a
disabled student and the parent/guardian places the student in a private school, the
District is not required to provide services to the student in the private school. 19
If the District has offered a free appropriate public education to a disabled
student who is being home schooled, the District is not responsible for the provision of
educational services to such students. 20
Extracurricular and Nonacademic Activities and Services:
The District ensures that it will take steps to provide non-academic and
extracurricular services and activities in such a manner as is necessary to afford
disabled students an equal opportunity for participation in such services and activities.
To avoid discrimination on the basis of disability, the District must make reasonable
modifications to its policies, practices or procedures when the modifications are
necessary to allow for such equal opportunity unless the District can demonstrate that
making the modifications would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program
or activity.
In general, the obligation to provide FAPE does not extend to extracurricular and
nonacademic services unless a student’s knowledgeable group determines, as part of
the process outlined in this procedures manual, that the individual student requires
participation in those activities or services to receive FAPE.
Nonacademic and extracurricular services and activities may include counseling
services, physical recreational athletics, transportation, health services, recreational
activities, special interest groups or clubs sponsored by the District, referrals to
agencies which provide assistance to disabled students, and employment of students,
19
20
Letter to Veir, 20 IDELR 864 (OCR 1993).
Letter to Veir, 20 IDELR 864 (OCR 1993).
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including both employment by the District and assistance in making available outside
employment.
If a student’s knowledgeable group decides that a student requires participation
in a particular extracurricular or nonacademic activity to receive FAPE, that
determination must be documented in the student’s individualized 504/Title II FAPE
Plan. If a student’s knowledgeable group decides that the student does not need
participation in extracurricular and nonacademic activities and services to receive
FAPE, the group may still engage in discussion regarding a disabled student’s right to
have an equal opportunity to participate in extracurricular and nonacademic activities
and may choose to document any supports or services the student will need for such
participation in the student’s 504/Title II FAPE Plan, even though those supports or
services will not constitute part of the offer of FAPE to that student.
Summer School:
For disabled students who do not qualify for extended school year services
pursuant to the IDEA or Section 504, the District will ensure that qualified students with
disabilities will have an equal opportunity to participate in the District’s summer school
programs, if offered.
For a particular student, the District may need to provide reasonable
accommodations and modifications to the District’s summer programs to give students
with disabilities access unless those accommodations and modifications would
fundamentally alter the nature of the summer program.
Prior to the beginning of summer school, the District ensures that information
regarding the educational needs of students with disabilities is provided to the relevant
building administrator(s), summer school teacher(s), and/or other relevant summer
school staff. The District further ensures that persons knowledgeable about the
students’ disabilities will determine whether qualified students with disabilities who plan
to attend the District’s summer school program need program modifications or
accommodations in order to have an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from
the summer school programs. Any such modifications and accommodations may be
documented in the student’s 504/Title II Plan, at the District’s option, in the optional
section addressing extracurricular activities.
Discipline of Section 504/Title II Disabled Students:
The Section 504 regulations do not contain any provisions with respect to
discipline. OCR relies on the regulation at 34 C.F.R. § 104.35(a), that requires a
reevaluation prior to any significant change of placement as the basis for its guidance
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on discipline. In the disciplinary context, the required reevaluation consists primarily of
a determination of whether the misconduct is related to the student’s disability.
This section applies to identified 504/Title II disabled students, including those
students whose group of knowledgeable persons has determined a need for regular or
special education and related aids and services through a written 504/Title II Plan and
those students whose knowledgeable group has determined that, due to mitigating
measures, no aids or services are necessary. This section also will apply to nonidentified students where a disability is suspected and/or an initial evaluation is being
conducted. The discipline protections described in this section do not apply where the
parent/guardian will not allow the District to evaluate for purposes of Section 504/Title
II. 21
Under Section 504/Title II, a disciplinary removal from a student’s placement for
more than 10 consecutive days constitutes a significant change of placement and
requires that certain procedures be followed. When a student is removed, for discipline
purposes, for more than 10 consecutive days or when a student’s short-term removals
constitute a pattern of exclusion as currently defined by the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act (“IDEA”), the District will, within ten school days 22 of the date of the
disciplinary decision to change the student’s placement, convene a knowledgeable
group of persons to determine if the student’s act of misconduct is related to or a
manifestation of his or her disability. The group may be the same as the group making
placement decisions for the student. The knowledgeable group will apply the IDEA
manifestation standard that is in place at that time. The parent/guardian will be invited
to attend but generally is not a required participant. However, any information provided
by the parent/guardian will be carefully considered and documented.
In-school suspensions might, under certain circumstances, contribute to a pattern
of exclusion or a significant change of placement. 23 If transportation is a related service
for a 504/Title II disabled student, any incident of misconduct on the bus should be
viewed in the same manner as any disciplinary incident in the school. 24
If the group concludes that the student’s misconduct is related to his or her
disability, the District will not impose a long-term suspension or removal (over 10
consecutive school days) and/or will not impose additional days of suspension or
removal beyond the time when a pattern is or was created. The group, however, may
consider whether changes to the student’s 504/Title II FAPE Plan, including the
student’s educational placement, are necessary.
21
22
23
24
See, e.g., San Jose (CA) Unified Sch. Dist., 47 IDELR 79 (OCR 2006).
The ten school day timeline in this instance is taken directly from the IDEA.
See, e.g., Portsmouth (VA) Pub. Sch., 48 IDELR 229 (OCR 2006); Norfolk (VA) Pub. Sch., 46 IDELR 21 (OCR 2005).
Letter to Veir, 20 IDELR 864 (OCR 1993).
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If the group concludes that the student’s misconduct is unrelated to his or her
disability, the District’s administrators will determine the appropriate discipline including,
but not limited to, a long-term suspension or expulsion, based on the District’s Code of
Conduct. During the period of disciplinary removal, the District will not provide any
educational services to the student unless it provides such services to its regular
education students in similar circumstances.
A student is not considered to be disabled if he or she is currently engaged in the
illegal use of drugs when the District is acting on the basis of that use. Therefore,
when a student who has been determined to be 504/Title II disabled is being disciplined
for the current illegal use of drugs (including alcohol), that student will lose his or her
504/Title II protection and will be disciplined as if he or she was a regular education
student and no manifestation determination will be held. 25
For purposes of summer school discipline, the District may need to make
program modifications or accommodations to its summer school discipline policy or
practices to ensure that qualified disabled students have an equal opportunity to
participate in such programs. Where the student’s enrollment in summer school is
voluntary and not part of the student’s educational placement, suspension or dismissal
from the program is not considered a change of placement and does not require a
manifestation determination. 26
Early Childhood and Adult Education:
The “child find,” evaluation and placement, FAPE and procedural safeguards
provisions of the Section 504 regulations apply only to those recipients of federal
financial assistance that operate a public elementary or secondary education program
or activity. State law determines the definition of “elementary” and “secondary.” If state
law defines those terms in a way that excludes early childhood and adult education
programs, then such programs are not subject to those requirements and those
provisions of this manual do not apply. However, the regulations state that recipients of
federal financial assistance that provide preschool education or day care or adult
education may not, on the basis of disability, exclude qualified disabled persons and
may not take into account the needs of such persons in determining the aids, benefits,
or services to be provided to such persons. 34 C.F.R. § 104.38.
SECTION 504/TITLE II PROCEDURES
25
OCR Staff Memorandum (Jan. 28, 1991); OCR Memorandum Re: Discipline of Students with
Disabilities (April 18, 1991); 1998 Workforce Reinvestment Act (20 U.S.C. § 705(20)(iv)); Letter to Zirkel,
22 IDELR 667 (OCR 1995); OCR FAQ (OCR March 2009).
26
See, e.g., Savannah (MO) Sch. Dist., 50 IDELR 262 (OCR Dec. 6, 2007).
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1. Students may be referred for evaluation by members of the District’s certified or
support staff (specifically school nurse or school-based social worker). The
District will accept verbal or written referrals.
Parent Referrals:
2. Within 5 school days, of a parent/guardian referral, the District will provide a
copy of “Parent Section 504/Title II Referral Form” (Form A) to the
parent/guardian for completion. In addition to Form A, the District will also send
to the parent a copy of “Parent Referral Response Letter” (Form B-1). If the
referral is an initial referral for evaluation, the District will provide the
parent/guardian with a copy of the District’s Section 504/Title II procedural
safeguards.
3. Within 15 school days of the parent/guardian’s completion of Form A, the
District will administratively decide whether, based on completed Form A and
other available existing information, there is reason to suspect that the student
may have a 504/Title II disability. If the parent/guardian does not complete or
return Form A, the District will administratively make a decision based on
available existing information.
4. If the District administratively determines that there is no reason to suspect that
the student may have a 504/Title II disability and that an initial/preplacement
evaluation is not warranted, the District will provide the parent/legal guardian
with a Notice of Action (Form D) refusing the requested evaluation. This Notice
will be provided within 15 school days of the administrative decision.
5. If the District administratively determines that there is reason to suspect that the
student may have a 504/Title II disability and that an initial/preplacement
evaluation is warranted, please proceed to paragraph 11 below.
6. If the District administratively determines that there is reason to suspect that the
student may have an IDEA disability, the District 504 Coordinator/Building
Coordinator will provide the relevant information to the District’s Special
Education Administrator or other relevant personnel. The District will provide
the parent/guardian with a Notice of Action (Form D) refusing the requested
504/Title II evaluation and explaining the decision.
Staff Referrals:
7. If a District employee or contracted personnel is the referring party, the District
will, within 5 school days, provide a copy of the “Staff Section 504/Title II
Referral Form” (Form C) to the staff member for completion within10 school
days.
8. Within 15 school days of the staff member’s completion of Form C, the District
will administratively determine whether, based on Form C and other available
existing information, there is reason to suspect that the student may have a
504/Title II disability.
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9. If the District administratively determines that there is no reason to suspect that
the student may have a 504/Title II disability, the District will document that
decision on Form C and inform the staff member of that decision, but no further
action will be necessary. The District may utilize general education
interventions to address any needs that the student may have.
10. If the District administratively determines that there is reason to suspect that the
student may have a 504/Title II disability and that an initial/preplacement
evaluation is warranted, the District will notify the student’s parent/guardian by
using Form B-2 and then proceed to paragraph 11 below. If the District
administratively determines that an IDEA evaluation may be necessary, the
District will follow paragraph 6 above.
Post-Referral Procedures When Disability is Suspected:
11. If a parent or staff referral results in an administrative determination that there is
reason to suspect a 504/Title II disability, the District will convene a group of
knowledgeable persons within 15 school days of that administrative
determination to conduct a Review of Existing Data. The knowledgeable group
should be comprised of persons knowledgeable about the student and the
existing data such as the district’s 504 or building 504 coordinator or other
person with decision-making authority regarding the student. (teacher(s), the
school nurse, the building counselor and/or others). The parents generally are
not mandatory participants, but should be invited to the meeting. Form E
(Notification of 504/Title II Meeting) should be used to invite the parent and other
participants and/or to document a verbal invitation.
12. At this meeting, the knowledgeable group should review all existing relevant
data and information, including data and information provided by the parent, and
determine whether the existing data is sufficient to support the existence of a
504/Title II disability or whether further data and information, including formal
assessment, is needed. The group should complete Form F-1 to document the
review of existing data process and the group’s conclusions.
13. If the knowledgeable group determines that existing data alone is sufficient to
support the existence of a 504/Title II disability and to make relevant service and
programming decisions, the group should also complete Form F-2 (“504/Title II
Eligibility Determination Form Where No Additional Data Is Needed”). A copy of
Forms F-1 and F-2 should be provided to the parent within 15 school days of
the completion of the meeting. The District also should provide the parent or
guardian with a Notice of Action (Form D) describing the group’s decisions.
14. If the knowledgeable group determines that existing data is sufficient to support
the existence of a 504/Title II disability and to determine that the student has no
current need for regular or special education and related aids and services, due
to the use of mitigating measures, the group should complete Forms F-1 and F2. A copy of Forms F-1 and F-2 should be provided to the parent/guardian
within 15 school days after completion of the meeting. The District also should
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provide the parent/guardian with a Notice of Action (Form D) describing the
group’s decisions.
15. If, after the review of existing data, the group determines that existing data
demonstrates that the student (1) does not have a 504/Title II disability or (2) is
suspected of having an IDEA disability, the group should complete Form F-2.
The District also should provide the parent or guardian with a Notice of Action
(Form D) describing the group’s decisions. Completed copies of Forms D, F-1
and F-2 should be provided to the parents within a reasonable time after the
meeting, but in no event more than 20 school days after the meeting.
16. If the group determines that additional information including, but not limited to,
formal assessment or observation, is necessary to determine whether the
student has a 504/Title II disability or appropriate services or programming, the
group should indicate on Form F-1 (“Review of Existing Data/Evaluation Plan
Form”) what additional information or assessments are needed for the student’s
initial/preplacement evaluation.
17. If and after the group decides that an initial/preplacement evaluation is
necessary, the District should provide the parent/guardian with a copy of
completed Form F-1 (“Review of Existing Data/Evaluation Plan”), a Notice of
Action proposing an initial/preplacement evaluation (Form D) and Form H
seeking the parent/guardian’s informed written consent to the
initial/preplacement evaluation.
18. The District will complete the initial/preplacement evaluation and convene the
knowledgeable group to determine whether the student has a 504/Title II
disability eligibility within 45 school days of receiving the parent’s written
consent to evaluate. At that meeting, the group will review and consider all
existing data information, including data and information received from the
parent and from the initial evaluation, and will, on the basis of that data and
information, determine whether the student has a mental or physical impairment
that substantially limits a major life activity. The group will complete Form G
(Eligibility Determination Documentation) to document the results of the group’s
decision. The District will provide the parent or guardian with completed copies
of these forms within a reasonable time after the meeting, but in no event more
than 20 school days after the meeting. The District also should provide the
parent or guardian with a Notice of Action (Form D) documenting the group’s
decisions.
Provision of FAPE Procedures:
19. If the student is determined to have a 504/Title II disability and to have a need
for special education or related services, within 15 school days of that decision,
the District will convene a group of knowledgeable persons to prepare an
individualized 504/Title II FAPE Plan for the student. The knowledgeable group
should be comprised of persons knowledgeable about the student, the
evaluation data and the placement options. The team may include such
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persons as district’s 504 or building 504 coordinator or other person with
decision-making authority regarding the student. (teacher(s), the school nurse,
the building counselor and/or others). The parents generally are not mandatory
participants, but should be invited to the meeting. If appropriate, the student
may also be invited. Form E (Notification of 504/Title II Meeting) should be used
to invite the parent and other participants and/or to document a verbal invitation.
20. At a group meeting for an initial 504/Title II FAPE Plan, the group should review
Form I-1 (“504/Title II FAPE Plan) and determine what programs, aids, services,
supports, interventions, or accommodations the student needs to receive a
FAPE. For a particular student, the team may also need to consider whether
the student requires related services. If so, those related services, including the
frequency and duration, should be documented in the Plan. The group should
determine which District staff member is responsible for monitoring
implementation of the Plan.
When determining whether a student has a 504/Title II disability and the nature
of that disability, the knowledgeable group should consider whether the
impairment that is substantially limiting has a direct and substantial impact on a
student’s behavior and, if so, the knowledgeable group may consider conducting
a functional behavioral assessment as part of the student’s evaluation. If the
knowledgeable group concludes that the substantially limiting impairment has a
direct and substantial relationship to the student’s behavior, the team should
address that related behavior in the 504/Title II Plan and should consider
whether a behavior plan is necessary for the student to receive FAPE.
Transportation may need to be considered, particularly if the group places the
student in a program not operated by the District. In those situations, the District
must ensure that adequate transportation to and from those services is provided
at no greater cost than would be incurred by parents or guardian if the student
was placed in the District’s programs.
21. If the parent/guardian makes a request from the knowledgeable group that the
group or District refuses with respect to the provision of FAPE, the District
should provide the parent/guardian with a Notice of Action (Form D) refusing the
request and providing the reason for that refusal. The District should provide
any relevant Notices of Action proposed or refused resulting from the 504/Title II
Plan meeting to the parent/guardian within a reasonable time, but in no event
more than 15 school days after the meeting.
22. Copies of or access to the completed 504/Title II FAPE Plan (Form I or Form I-2)
should be provided to all teachers and/or staff with implementation
responsibilities. The District should also provide a copy of the Plan to the parent
within a reasonable time, but in no event more than 20 school days after the
meeting. The building coordinator is responsible for informing each staff
member of his or her implementation responsibilities.
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23. In general, the knowledgeable group should anticipate an annual review of each
individual student’s 504/Title II FAPE Plan although an annual review is not
required. The knowledgeable group can convene more frequently if necessary
to review and, if necessary, revise the Plan. The District Coordinator or Building
Coordinator is responsible for convening the group when necessary and/or
appropriate and for responding to staff or parent requests to convene. The
knowledgeable team can review and, if necessary, revise the current Form I-1 or
may use Form I-2 to document its review of a current plan.
24. Each 504/Title II student will have a case manager who will have the
responsibility to ensure the completion of all necessary paperwork and who will
serve as the primary contact person with the parent and student. The case
manager also will be responsible to convene the group whenever necessary, to
extend invitations to the parent to attend such meetings, and to determine when
and if a reevaluation is necessary.
25. Students with disabilities are entitled to an equal opportunity to participate in
nonacademic and extracurricular services. However, such opportunities are not
included within the definition of FAPE but instead are included with the law’s
discrimination prohibition. Since the 504/Title II FAPE Plan is written to address
FAPE issues, the group is not required to include within the Plan any
accommodations that the student may need for an equal opportunity to
participate. Parents and eligible students should be informed that those
nondiscrimination issues may be addressed with the District’s Section 504
Coordinator.
Optional language for paragraph 24 - Students with disabilities are entitled to an
equal opportunity to participate in nonacademic and extracurricular services.
However, the Office of Civil Rights has stated that such opportunities are not
included within the definition of FAPE but instead are included with the law’s
discrimination prohibition. However, the student’s 504/Title II group of
knowledgeable persons may address such issues in the 504/Title II FAPE Plan
but the Plan should denote that any supports offered for that purpose do not fall
within the District’s offer of FAPE].
Transfer Procedures:
26. Out-of-District transfers: Students with an existing 504/Title II plan who
transfer to the District from another school district. Within 2 school days of
enrollment, the District will request records from the sending school district,
including copies of any 504/Title II evaluations, eligibility determinations and
504/Title II plans. The District Coordinator, upon receipt of such records, will
determine whether to accept the evaluation, eligibility determination and
504/Title II plan and will follow the procedures outlined in and complete Form J
(504 Transfer Documentation Form) to document all decisions relating to
transfers. If the District Coordinator determines that the eligibility determination
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might be incorrect, the coordinator will convene a 504/Title II knowledgeable
group of persons to discuss a reevaluation of the student. If the District
Coordinator determines that the 504/Title II plan needs to be reviewed, the
District Coordinator also will reconvene a 504/Title II knowledgeable group for
that student. The parents will be invited to attend any such meetings, but
generally are not required participants.
27. Building-to-Building Transfers: Before the end of each school year, each
building coordinator is responsible to contact the building coordinator of other
buildings and to discuss those students with 504/Title II disabilities who will be
transferring buildings or programs within the District and to determine whether a
reevaluation is necessary and/ or whether the student’s 504/Title II Plan needs
to be revised to address the changing educational environment. If so, the
student’s knowledgeable group should be convened to address reevaluation
and/or a revised Plan. The parents will be invited to any such meetings, but
generally are not required participants.
Removal of Eligibility:
28. When a student’s knowledgeable group suspects that a 504/Title II disabled
student may no longer have a mental or physical impairment that substantially
limits a major life activity, the case manager is responsible for convening the
group to discuss a review of existing data/reevaluation to determine if the
student continues to be disabled and entitled to FAPE. The parent/guardian will
be invited to such meetings but generally is not a required participant. If the
group concludes, after a review of existing data or reevaluation with
assessment, that the student no longer is disabled, the knowledgeable group
will prepare an evaluation and eligibility report (using either Forms F-1 and F2 or
F-1 and G) that reflects that decision and will provide the parent with a properly
completed Notice of Action (Form D) and a copy of the 504/Title II procedural
safeguards.
Reevaluation Procedures:
29. Section 504 requires “periodic reevaluations” of students and also requires a
reevaluation prior to any significant change of placement. A significant change
in placement is a significant change in the type or amount of regular or special
education or related aids or services provided to a student with a disability and
may include the addition or elimination of a program or service, or a substantial
increase or decrease in the amount of time a program or service is provided. A
significant change of placement also may occur when a student receives a longterm suspension or removal, or when a student is subject to a series of shortterm suspensions that, together, create a pattern of exclusion or when removal
of a student’s status as a disabled is being proposed.
30. When a reevaluation is necessary, the knowledgeable group will convene to
discuss and complete Form F-1 (Review of Existing Data/Evaluation Plan). The
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team should then follow the procedures specified in paragraphs 11 through 18
above relating to initial or preplacement evaluations.
31. Parent written consent is not required for periodic or other reevaluations.
Discipline Procedures:
32. In general, most 504/Title II students should be expected to follow the District’s
disciplinary policies, rules, regulations and procedures and this should be noted
by the knowledgeable group, when applicable, in the student’s 504/Title II FAPE
Plan.
33. For suspensions or removals of greater than 10 consecutive days or those
cumulative short-term suspensions or removals that constitute a pattern of
exclusion as defined by the most current version of the IDEA, the
knowledgeable group will convene to conduct a manifestation determination
within 10 school days of the date of the decision to significantly change the
student’s placement through a disciplinary removal. The parent will be invited to
participate but generally is not a required participant. The knowledgeable group
should follow the procedures outlined in and complete Form K (504/Title II
Discipline/Manifestation Form).
34. If the knowledgeable group determines that there is no relationship between the
disability and the behavior, the student will be treated the same as nondisabled
students and can be removed, suspended or expelled according to the District’s
Code of Conduct and the level of the offense. No services will be required or
provided in this situation unless the District provides such services to its
nondisabled students in the same or similar circumstances.
35. If the knowledgeable group determines that there is a relationship between the
disability and the behavior, the student can be suspended for up through 10
consecutive days with no educational services or for any days that are less than
a pattern of exclusion. If deemed necessary, the knowledgeable group may
need to convene to determine if a change of educational placement may be
needed or if the student should be referred under IDEA.
36. A student who is otherwise eligible under 504/Title II but is currently engaged in
the illegal use of drugs or alcohol and who is being disciplined for such use will
lose his or her protection as an eligible student and will not be entitled to a
manifestation determination and will be disciplined as if he or she were a
nondisabled student.
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SAMPLE 504/TITLE II FORMS
These sample forms are provided to the Purchasers of this publication for use
within the school district which purchased the Manual. The forms are
samples only but were developed to promote effective compliance with
Section 504 and Title II, the 504 federal regulations and OCR formal and
informal guidance.
The forms are intended to be generic forms that can be used, as written, or
can be modified to suit the needs of a particular school district. Prior to
modification, each school district should consult with knowledgeable legal
counsel to ensure that any modifications do not render the forms
noncompliant.
The IDEAs in Education copyright information should be included on all forms.
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Form A
PARENT REFERRAL FOR SECTION 504/TITLE II
INITIAL EVALUATION
STUDENT INFORMATION
Name of Student:
Date of Birth:
School Attending:
Grade:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Address:
Phone Number:
Email:
REASON FOR REFERRAL
Provide all reasons that you have for referring your child for a 504/Title II evaluation:
MEDICAL INFORMATION Note: A medical diagnosis is not required to support the existence
of a 504 disability.
Does the student have any medical conditions or diagnoses:
Diagnosis:
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Date:
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Is the student on any medication(s)? (Please list)
Describe the impact of the medication(s) on the student?
Does the student wear glasses, contacts or other corrective lenses?
Does the student wear an assistive hearing device?
Does the student utilize any other mitigating measures that positively impact the student
educationally? A mitigating measure is something that helps to improve the impact of the
impairment. If yes, please list and describe the impact of each mitigating measure.
EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION
List all schools attended and the dates of attendance at each:
Has the student ever been home schooled? If Yes, please provide dates:
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Has the student ever been on an IEP, 504 or other educational support plan? If yes, please
describe:
Is the student considered to be bilingual or is English the student’s second language?
List any alternative programs in which the student has participated at this or other school districts
and the dates of participation: (Examples include but are not limited to Title I programs,
Alternative School, English as a Second Language Programs, Response to Intervention programs)
Please describe the results of any such programs:
CULTURAL, ECONOMIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
Describe any cultural, economic, or environmental factors that you believe may have impacted or
limited the student at school or in the school environment:
_______________________________________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian
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For School Use Only:
Date Referral Received:
Person Receiving:
District Action:
IDEA Disability Suspected – Refer to Special Education Department
504 Disability Suspected – Convene Team to Conduct Review of Existing Data
No Disability Suspected – Provide Parent with Notice of Action and Safeguards
No Disability Suspected - Recommend General Education Interventions – Provide
Parent with Notice of Action and Safeguards
Date of District Action:
Individual(s) participating:
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Parent Referral Response Letter
FORM B-1
[Date]
[Parent/Guardian Name and Address]
Re: [child’s name]
Dear [
]:
This letter is to acknowledge receipt of your referral of your son/daughter for
consideration of 504/Title II eligibility. Section 504 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities
Act are federal laws that provide for certain protections as well as the provision of a free
appropriate public education for students who are determined to be disabled under those laws.
Under 504 and Title II, a student is disabled if he or she has a mental or physical impairment
that substantially limits a major life activity.
In response to your referral, enclosed please find a 504/Title II Parent Referral Form for
your completion as soon as possible. Please return the completed form to______________.
Upon receipt of completed Form A – Parent Referral Form, the District will administratively
determine whether there is reason to suspect that your child may have a 504/Title II disability
and whether a preplacement/initial evaluation is necessary. The District will complete this
administrative review and notify you of the District’s decision within 15 school days of the
District’s receipt of completed Form A.
I also am enclosing a copy of the District’s 504/Title II procedural safeguards for parents.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at _________.
_______________________________________
504 District Coordinator
Encl.
504 Parent Safeguards
504 Referral Form – Form A
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FORM B-2
Staff Referral – Response to Parent Letter
Where Disability Suspected
Date
Parent/Guardian Name and Address
Re: [child’s name]
Dear
:
This letter is to inform you that a District staff member has referred your son/daughter
for consideration of Section 504/Title II eligibility. Section 504 and Title II of the Americans with
Disabilities Act are federal laws that provide for certain protections as well as the provision of a
free appropriate public education for students who are determined to be disabled under those
laws. After consideration of the staff referral, the District administratively has determined,
based on available information, that there is reason to suspect that your son/daughter may
have a disability and that further evaluation may be necessary.
As a result of this determination, ________ will be in contact with you to schedule a
meeting to review existing data/information on your child and to determine, through a group
process, what further action may be necessary.
I am enclosing a copy of the District’s 504/Title II procedural safeguards for parents. If
you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at ________.
________________________________________
District Coordinator
Encl.
504/Title II Parent Safeguards
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FORM C
SECTION 504 STAFF REFERRAL FORM
Name and Position of Staff Member Referring Student:_________________________________
Date of Referral:________________________________________________________________
STUDENT INFORMATION
Name of Student:
Date of Birth:
School Attending:
Grade:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Address:
Phone Number:
REASON FOR REFERRAL:
Email:
Note: A disability exists under 504 only if the student has a mental
or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.
Impairment or Suspected Impairment(s):
Major Life Activities Possibly Impacted:
Describe Possible Impact of Impairment(s) on the Major Life Activities Listed:
MEDICAL INFORMATION Note: A medical diagnosis is not required to support the existence
of a 504 disability.
Does the student have any medical conditions or diagnoses of which you are aware:
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Diagnosis:
Diagnosed By:
Date:
Diagnosis:
Diagnosed By:
Date:
Diagnosis:
Diagnosed By:
Date:
Is the student on any medication(s)? (Please list if known)
Describe the impact of the medication(s) on the student, if known:
Does the student wear glasses, contacts or other corrective lenses?
Does the student wear an assistive hearing device?
Does the student utilize any other mitigating measures that positively impact the student
educationally? A mitigating measure is something that helps to improve the impact of the
impairment. If yes, please list and describe the impact of each mitigating measure.
EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION
List all schools attended and the dates of attendance at each, if known:
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Has the student ever been home schooled? If Yes, please provide dates, if known:
Has the student ever been on an IEP, 504 or other educational support plan? If yes, please
describe:
Is the student considered to be bilingual or is English the student’s second language?
List any alternative programs in which the student has participated at this or other school districts
and the dates of participation: (Examples include but are not limited to Title I programs,
Alternative School, English as a Second Language Programs, Response to Intervention programs,
Gifted, Tutoring, Vocational)
CULTURAL, ECONOMIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
Describe any cultural, economic, or environmental factors that you believe may have impacted or
limited the student at school or in the school environment:
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EXISTING EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION
Current School Year Attendance: Days Present:
Days Absent:
List reasons for absences:
Past School Year Attendance: Days Present:
Days Absent:
List reasons for absences:
Existing Testing Data: List or attach a copy of the student’s State or District-wide testing data, the
results of any evaluations previously administered for IDEA or 504, and any relevant curriculum
based or classroom assessments.
Current Grades:
Promotion/Retention: Has the student ever been retained? _____ Yes
_____ No
Describe grades and dates, if known:
Academic Characteristics: The Current or Prior Year’s Teachers should estimate the student’s
current grade levels in the following academic areas and state the basis for that estimate.
Reading Fluency
Reading Comprehension
Basic Reading
Math Calculation
Math Reasoning
Spelling
Written Expression
Other
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General Education Interventions:
List any generally available general education interventions that have been used with this student
and indicate on a scale of 1 to 3 (with 1 being of no assistance and 3 being of great help) whether
the interventions assisted the student to be successful in regular education.
_____ Modified instructional methods (list)
1
2
3
_____ Modified instructional pacing
1
2
3
_____ Modified instructional materials
1
2
3
_____ Reteaching
1
2
3
_____ Parent conferences
1
2
3
_____ Behavior contract or plan
1
2
3
_____ Other (list)
1
2
3
Discipline: Attach a copy of student’s disciplinary records for the past two school years.
For Classroom Teacher Completion: Based on your knowledge and observation of this student,
please rate this student’s performance in comparison with the average student in the classroom.
Observations
1-Unsatisfactory to 5-Exellent
Classroom Work
Homework
Tests
Reading
Math
Written Expression
Following Oral Directions
Following Written
Directions
Attendance
Attention Span
Organization
Behavior/Compliance
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For Administrator Use Only:
Date Referral Received:
Person Receiving:
District Action:
IDEA Disability Suspected – Refer to Special Education Department
504 Disability Suspected – Convene Team to Conduct Review of Existing Data
No Disability Suspected
No Disability Suspected - Recommend General Education Interventions and/ or
referral to Student Assistance Team
Date of District Action:
Individual(s) participating:
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FORM D
504/TITLE II NOTICE OF ACTION
Student’s Name:_______________________________
Grade:______________________
Parent/Guardian Name and Address:______________________________________________
Date Notice Provided:__________________________
Method of Provision:
Mailed – First Class Mail
Mailed – Certified Mail
Emailed as Attachment
Hand Delivered to Parent/Guardian
Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with
Disabilities Act, the District is required to provide you with written notice regarding changes in
or refusals relating to the identification, evaluation, or educational placement of your child.
The following is to describe the action(s) being
□ Proposed or
□ Refused by the District
□
□
□
□
□
□
Initial Evaluation
Initial Eligibility
Reevaluation
Significant Change of Placement
Removal of Eligibility
Other _______________________________________
Explanation of Action:
Basis for the Action:
A copy of the 504/Title II Procedural Safeguards are enclosed. If you have any questions
regarding this Notice, you may contact me at the following number:__________________.
_________________________________________
Name
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FORM E
504/TITLE II MEETING NOTIFICATION
Date:_________________________________
To:
This notification is to [inform you/confirm with you] that a meeting with you has been scheduled
for__ _______________ at _____________ at ________________________________.
(Date)
(Time)
(Location)
The purpose of this meeting is to: (check all that apply)
□
□
□
□
Review existing data as part of an
Initial evaluation or reevaluation
Develop an evaluation plan
Determine initial 504/Title II eligibility
Other:____________________________
□
□
□
□
Consider continued eligibility
Review the results of an evaluation
Develop or review 504/Title II Plan
Conduct Manifestation Determination
The following individuals have been invited to participate in the meeting:
Name:
Role:
___________________________________
____________________________________
___________________________________
____________________________________
___________________________________
____________________________________
___________________________________
____________________________________
___________________________________
____________________________________
If you are unable to attend this meeting, please contact me at __________ as soon as possible.
_____________________________
Name
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Title
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FORM F-1
Poplar Bluff R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT
504/TITLE II EXISTING DATA, EVALUATION PLAN AND ELIGIBILITY FORM
Student’s Name:________________________________________ Date of Birth:_________________________________________
Age:_________________________________________________ Grade:_______________________________________________
Current Impairment(s) (Suspected or Diagnosed):___________________________________________________________________
This 504/Title II data review, evaluation plan and eligibility determination is being conducted as part of:
A 504/Title II preplacement/initial evaluation
A 504/Title II periodic reevaluation
A 504/Title II significant disciplinary change of placement
Other (Describe:_______________________________________________________________)
A group of knowledgeable persons
met and/or conferred
what additional data, if any, was needed to determine:
to review all relevant existing data and information to determine
Whether the student has a disability as defined by Section 504/Title II or, in the case of a periodic reevaluation, whether
the student continues to have a 504/Title II disability.
Whether the student with a disability has a need for special education or related services (including aids, services,
supports, interventions or accommodations) to have his/her needs met as adequately as those of his/her nondisabled
peers.
What special education or related services, the student needs to receive a free appropriate education (i.e., to have
his/her needs met as adequately as those of his/her nondisabled peers).
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SOURCE
RELEVANT
MITIGATING RELEVANT
ADDITIONAL
LIFE
OF
KNOWN OR
MEASURES
DATA NEEDED
ACTIVITY
INFORMATION SUSPECTED
AND IMPACT AND DATA
IMPAIRMENTS OF SUCH
MAJOR
INFORMATION
AND METHOD OF
OBTAINING
MEASURES
CARING FOR
ONESELF
HEARING
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WALKING,
BENDING,
STANDING,
LIFTING
LEARNING,
READING
THINKING,
CONCENTRATING
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PERFORMING
MANUAL
TASKS
EATING
SLEEPING
SPEAKING,
COMMUNICATING
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SEEING
BREATHING
MAJOR BODILY
FUNCTIONS
OTHER
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KNOWLEDGEABLE GROUP CONCLUSIONS AND DECISIONS
Based upon the review of existing data and evaluation plan, the knowledgeable group made the following decisions:
No additional data is needed.
Preplacement/Initial Evaluation (check one of the following):
o
o
o
o
o
Existing data is sufficient to determine that student is not a person with a disability as defined by Section 504/Title II.
Existing data is sufficient to determine that student is a person with a disability as defined by Section 504/Title II but
the student is, as a result of mitigating measures, not in need of special education or related services for the provision
of FAPE. As a result, the knowledgeable group will not convene to develop a Section 504/Title II FAPE/NonDiscrimination Plan but the student will otherwise receive the protections of Section 504 and Title II of the ADA. In
addition, the District will monitor the student to determine if services may be needed in the future.
Existing data is sufficient to determine that the student is a person with a disability as defined by Section 504/Title II
and to determine the special education or related services that the student requires to receive FAPE. In addition, the
student’s knowledgeable group of persons should convene within a reasonable time and within the timelines referenced
in the District’s Procedures to develop an individualized Section 504/Title II FAPE Plan.
Existing data shows that there is reason to suspect that the student may have a disability under the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act and the group of knowledgeable persons is, therefore, referring the student for evaluation
under that law and, at this time, will take no further action regarding Section 504/Title II.
Other: (Specify):_______________________________________________________________________________
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Periodic Reevaluation (check one of the following):
o
o
o
o
Existing data is sufficient to determine that the student no longer is a person with a disability as defined by Section
504/Title II.
Existing data is sufficient to determine that the student continues to be a person with a disability as defined by Section
504/Title but is no longer in need of special education and/or related services for the provision of FAPE due to the
ameliorative impact of mitigating measures.
Existing data is sufficient to determine that the student continues to be a person with a disability as defined by Section
504/Title II and to determine the special education and/or related services deemed necessary by the knowledgeable
group for the provision of FAPE. The knowledgeable group also should convene, within a reasonable time, to conduct
a periodic review of the student’s existing 504/Title FAPE Plan to determine if changes are needed.
Other: (Specify):_________________________________________________________________________________
Additional data is needed.
Preplacement/Initial Evaluation (check one of the following):
o
o
Existing data is not sufficient to determine if student is a person with a disability and/or the student’s need for special
education or related services as defined by Section 504/Title II and an evaluation is necessary. (Provide Parent with
Notice of Action – Form D and Notice and Consent for 504/Title II Initial Evaluation – Form H). If the
parent/guardian refuses to provide such consent, the District may – but is not required to – initiate due process. If
the parent/guardian refuses to provide such consent, the knowledgeable group may consider whether existing data is
sufficient to determine disability and possible needed services. If the group is unable to make such decisions where
the parent/guardian refuses to provide consent, the student remains a regular education student.
Other: (Specify):_________________________________________________________________________________
Periodic Reevaluation (check one of the following):
o
Existing data is not sufficient to determine that the student continues to be a person with a disability and/or is need of
continued special education or related services as defined by Section 504Title II and a reevaluation is, therefore,
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necessary. Informed parental consent is not necessary for a periodic reevaluation but the parent must be provided
notice of intent to evaluate.
o
o
Existing data is sufficient to determine that the student continues to be a person with a disability as defined by Section
504/Title II but a reevaluation is necessary to determine what special education or related services, if any, may be
necessary for the provision of FAPE. Informed parental consent is not necessary for a periodic reevaluation but the
parent must be provided notice of intent to evaluate.
Other: (Specify):__________________________________________________________________________________
The following individuals constituted the members of the group of knowledgeable persons who met and/or conferred, conducted the
review of existing data and made the above determinations on ____________________________________ (m/d/y).
Names
Title/Role
_____________________________________
____________________________________
_____________________________________
____________________________________
_____________________________________
____________________________________
_____________________________________
____________________________________
_____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
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FORM F-2
SECTION 504/TITLE II ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION FORM
WHEN NO ADDITIONAL DATA AND INFORMATION ARE NEEDED
STUDENT INFORMATION
Student Name:
Date of Birth:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Address:
Phone Number:
Current Grade:
Person Making Section 504/Title II Referral:
[Case Manager or Responsible Person]:
Date of Section 504/Title II Evaluation/Eligibility Meeting(s):
PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS
Most recent date 504 Procedural Safeguards Were Provided to Parent/Guardian:
Method of Provision:
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MENTAL OR PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT
Does the student have a mental or physical impairment?
_____ Yes
_____ No
List each identified or suspected impairment and, if formally diagnosed, the physician, psychologist or other professional who
made the diagnosis. Note: A formal diagnosis is not required for consideration of or for 504/Title II eligibility.
Impairment 1.______________________________ Diagnosed by:____________________________
Date:____________
Impairment 2.______________________________ Diagnosed by:____________________________
Date:____________
Impairment 3.______________________________ Diagnosed by:____________________________
Date:____________
Additional impairments can be added if necessary and relevant.
Are any of the student’s identified or suspected impairments episodic or in remission? _____ Yes
_____ No
If yes, state which impairment(s) are episodic or in remission and, if known, describe the frequency and nature of the
symptoms or characteristics:
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MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITIES
Would the student’s identified or suspected impairment(s) limit any of the following major life activities if the student does
not or did not have mitigating measures in place? _____ Yes _____ No
If so, please check which of the following major life activities is or may be limited by the impairment(s) and identify which
impairment is or might create the impact: (Example: Learning - √ Imp. 1 – ADHD).
Caring for One’s Self
Learning
Eating
Performing Manual Tasks
Hearing
Thinking
Speaking
Lifting
Walking
Concentrating
Sleeping
Breathing
Bending
Reading
Communicating
Standing
Seeing
Other:_________
Major life activities also include the operation of a major bodily function. Please check which, if any, of the functions of the
following major life activities are or may be impacted by the impairment(s) and identify the relevant impairment(s):
Immune System
Normal Cell Growth
Digestive
Circulatory
Bowel
Bladder
Neurological
Endocrine
Brain
Respiratory
Reproductive
Other:
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MITIGATING MEASURES
Are the identified impairment(s) positively impacted by the use of any of the mitigating measures listed above or any other
mitigating measures? _____ Yes _____ No
If Yes, describe what mitigating measures are in place?
If Yes, was the knowledgeable group able to determine the impact of the impairment(s) without the mitigating measure(s)
during the evaluation process? _____ Yes _____ No
If Yes, describe the impact of the mitigating measure(s) on the identified major life activity or activities and the difference, if
any of the impact with and without mitigating measures, if known?
SUBSTANTIAL LIMITATION ON A MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITY
To be disabled under Section 504/Title II, the student’s mental or physical impairment must substantially
limit the identified major life activity or activities indicated above. An impairment that substantially limits
one major life activity does not need to limit others to be considered a disability. An impairment that is
episodic or in remission is a disability if it substantially limits a major life activity when active. The
determination of whether an impairment substantially limits a major life activity must be made without
regard to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures such as medication, low-vision devices (which
do not include ordinary eye-glasses or contacts), prosthetics, hearing aids or cochlear implants, mobility
devices, the use of assistive technology, reasonable accommodations, or learned behavioral or adaptive
neurological modifications.
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IS THERE A SUBSTANTIAL LIMITATION?
Based on the review of existing data, the knowledgeable group should indicate on the following scale the degree to which
the impairment(s), singly or in combination, limit the identified major life activity or activities without regard to the
ameliorative effects of mitigating measures. In making this determination, the student should be compared to most people
in the general population.
No Limitation
Mild-Moderate
Limitation
Substantial Limitation
If a substantial limitation exists, state which major life activity or activities is substantially limited:
If the team determines that a substantial limitation exists for any major life activity, is the substantial limitation primarily the
result of cultural, economic, or environmental factors rather than the student’s impairment(s)? ____ Yes _____No
If the substantial limitation is primarily the result of such factors, the student is not 504/Title II disabled and the District is
not required to provide FAPE or develop a 504/Title II FAPE Plan.
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FORM G
SECTION 504/TITLE II EVALUATION AND ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION FORM
WHEN ADDITIONAL DATA AND INFORMATION ARE NEEDED
STUDENT INFORMATION
Student Name:
Date of Birth:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Address:
Phone Number:
Current Grade:
Person Making Section 504/Title II Referral:
[Case Manager or Responsible Person]:
Date of Section 504/Title II Evaluation/Eligibility Meeting(s):
PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS
Most recent date 504 Procedural Safeguards Were Provided to Parent/Guardian:
Method of Provision:
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SUMMARY OF ADDITIONAL EVALUATION AND DATA
Summarize the existing data, assessments, observations, or other additional information obtained through evaluation. If relevant,
attach Form F-1 in lieu of a summary of the existing data.
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MENTAL OR PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT
Does the student have a mental or physical impairment?
_____ Yes
_____ No
List each identified or suspected impairment and, if formally diagnosed, the physician, psychologist or other professional who
made the diagnosis. Note: A formal diagnosis is not required for consideration of or for 504/Title II eligibility.
Impairment 1.______________________________ Diagnosed by:____________________________
Date:____________
Impairment 2.______________________________ Diagnosed by:____________________________
Date:____________
Impairment 3.______________________________ Diagnosed by:____________________________
Date:____________
Additional impairments can be added if necessary and relevant.
Are any of the student’s identified or suspected impairments episodic or in remission? _____ Yes
_____ No
If yes, state which impairment(s) are episodic or in remission and, if known, describe the frequency and nature of the
symptoms or characteristics:
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MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITIES
Would the student’s identified or suspected impairment(s) limit any of the following major life activities if the student does
not or did not have mitigating measures in place? _____ Yes _____ No
If so, please check which of the following major life activities is or may be limited by the impairment(s) and identify which
impairment is or might create the impact: (Example: Learning - √ Imp. 1 – ADHD).
Caring for One’s Self
Learning
Eating
Performing Manual Tasks
Hearing
Thinking
Speaking
Lifting
Walking
Concentrating
Sleeping
Breathing
Bending
Reading
Communicating
Standing
Seeing
Other:_________
Major life activities also include the operation of a major bodily function. Please check which, if any, of the functions of the
following major life activities are or may be impacted by the impairment(s) and identify the relevant impairment(s):
Immune System
Normal Cell Growth
Digestive
Circulatory
Bowel
Bladder
Neurological
Endocrine
Brain
Respiratory
Reproductive
Other:
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MITIGATING MEASURES
Are the identified impairment(s) positively impacted by the use of any of the mitigating measures listed above or any other
mitigating measures? _____ Yes _____ No
If Yes, describe what mitigating measures are in place?
If Yes, was the knowledgeable group able to determine the impact of the impairment(s) without the mitigating measure(s)
during the evaluation process? _____ Yes _____ No
If Yes, describe the impact of the mitigating measure(s) on the identified major life activity or activities and the difference, if
any of the impact with and without mitigating measures, if known?
SUBSTANTIAL LIMITATION ON A MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITY
To be disabled under Section 504/Title II, the student’s mental or physical impairment must substantially
limit the identified major life activity or activities indicated above. An impairment that substantially limits
one major life activity does not need to limit others to be considered a disability. An impairment that is
episodic or in remission is a disability if it substantially limits a major life activity when active. The
determination of whether an impairment substantially limits a major life activity must be made without
regard to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures such as medication, low-vision devices (which
do not include ordinary eye-glasses or contacts), prosthetics, hearing aids or cochlear implants, mobility
devices, the use of assistive technology, reasonable accommodations, or learned behavioral or adaptive
neurological modifications.
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IS THERE A SUBSTANTIAL LIMITATION?
Based on the review of existing data and evaluation data, the knowledgeable group should indicate on the following scale
the degree to which the impairment(s), singly or in combination, limit the identified major life activity or activities without
regard to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures. In making this determination, the student should be compared to
most people in the general population.
No Limitation
Mild-Moderate
Limitation
Substantial Limitation
If a substantial limitation exists, state which major life activity or activities is substantially limited:
If the team determines that a substantial limitation exists for any major life activity, is the substantial limitation primarily the
result of cultural, economic, or environmental factors rather than the student’s impairment(s)? ____ Yes _____No
If the substantial limitation is primarily the result of such factors, the student is not 504/Title II disabled and the District is
not required to provide FAPE or develop a 504/Title II FAPE Plan.
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ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION
1.
Student is protected by Section 504/Title II because of a previously identified IDEA disability of _______________ and
student’s individualized educational needs resulting from that disability are addressed in student’s IEP.
2.
Student is suspected of having an IDEA disability and student will be referred for evaluation under IDEA. Results of
this evaluation will be forwarded to relevant IDEA personnel for consideration. Knowledgeable group will take no
further action, at this time, under Section 504/Title II.
3.
Student is not disabled under Section 504/Title II.
4.
Student is disabled as defined by Section 504/Title II because of a non-IDEA disability based on an impairment(s) of
______________________ but, due to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures, currently is not in need of
special education or related services and a 504/Title II FAPE Plan will not be developed at this time. The student
remains protected by Section 504/Title II, however, and the District will monitor the student to determine if services
may be needed at a future date.
5.
Student is disabled as defined by Section 504/Title II because of a non-IDEA disability based on an impairment(s) of
_________________ and is in need of special education or related services. A group of knowledgeable persons will
convene within a reasonable time to develop an Individualized 504/Title II Plan.
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KNOWLEDGEABLE GROUP PARTICIPANTS
Name
Position/Title/Role
___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
Copy of Form G provided to parent on_____________________________________________________________________________
Method of Delivery____________________________________________________
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FORM H
NOTICE AND CONSENT FOR 504/TITLE II
PREPLACEMENT/INITIAL EVALUATION
Student:_________________________________ DOB:_______________________________
School:__________________________________ Grade:______________________________
I/We, the parent(s)/guardian of ________________________________, have been asked to
give informed written consent for the __________________________ School District to
conduct a preplacement/initial evaluation of our child as indicated in the Review of Existing
Data/Evaluation Plan developed by a group of knowledgeable persons. I/We were invited to
participate in the development of that Plan. I/ We have received a copy of that evaluation plan
and understand that it describes the broad areas in which the District wishes to assess and the
possible test instruments to be used. I/We understand that my/our written consent is to an
evaluation in the broad major life activity areas indicated in the Evaluation Plan and not to the
possible specific test instruments to be used or to a particular evaluator. I/We understand that
the District will complete the assessment within _30____ school days of my/our consent unless
reasonable cause exists to extend that timeline.
I/We understand that the purpose of this preplacement/initial evaluation is to gain further
information about our child and his/her possible eligibility under 504 and Title II of the ADA and
that, by refusing consent for this evaluation, we would not be depriving our child of the right to
attend public school. I/We also understand that we can ask any questions or address any
concerns we might have with respect to this evaluation with appropriate staff prior to making a
decision to consent or not to the proposed evaluation. I/We also understand that if we refuse
to consent to this preplacement/initial evaluation under Section 504/Title II, the District is not
required to pursue any further an initial/preplacement evaluation of my/our child or to further
pursue an eligibility determination and my/our child remains a regular education student in the
District. I/We previously have been provided with a copy of our 504/Title II procedural
safeguards and have had an opportunity to read those safeguards.
____ I/We give my/our consent to the proposed initial evaluation.
____ I/We refuse to consent to the proposed initial evaluation.
____________________________________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian/Eligible Student
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Date
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FORM I - 1
INDIVIDUAL 504/TITLE II FAPE PLAN
STUDENT INFORMATION
Name:
Date of Birth:
School:
Grade:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Address:
Phone:
Email:
[Case Manager or Responsible Person]:
Date of 504/Title II Plan Meeting:
INFORMATION RELATING TO NATURE OF DISABILITY
1. Describe the student’s mental or physical impairment(s) that serve as the basis for the student’s 504/Title II disability and
how the student’s impairment(s) substantially limits a major life activity or activities, including how the disability impacts the
student in the educational setting.
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2. Is the student’s impairment(s) episodic or in remission? _____ Yes
_____ No
If yes, state the frequency and impact of the appearance of the impairment’s symptoms or characteristics. Also describe how
and when the episodic nature of the impairment impacts or limits the student in the educational setting?
PROVISION OF FAPE AND PLACEMENT
The student who is the subject of this individualized plan has been determined to be a student with a 504/Title II disability and in need of special
education or related services. As a result, the student is entitled to FAPE which, pursuant to 504 federal regulations, is defined as the provision
of regular or special education or related aids and services that are designed to meet the needs of the disabled student as adequately as the
needs of nondisabled students. Although a 504/Title II Plan may include accommodations, the standard for FAPE is not one of “reasonable
accommodation.” FAPE may consist of education in regular classrooms, education in regular classes with supplementary services, and/or special
education and related services as defined in the glossary to this publication. The services a student may receive through this Plan may include
reasonable modifications to the district’s policies, practices and procedures. FAPE also may include related services such as transportation,
occupational or physical therapy, the administration of medication and/or access to school health or nursing services. If the student’s disability
manifests itself in behavioral problems, the 504/Title II Plan may include a behavior plan. FAPE may also be provided by means of a health plan
as long as the health plan is developed pursuant to 504/Title II procedures.
NOTE: Although districts may not consider the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures when making disability determinations, mitigating
measures are relevant in evaluating the need of a disabled student for special education and related services and what, if any, such services
should be.
NOTE ON PLACEMENT: Per OCR Guidance, placement refers to the regular and/or special educational program in which a student receives
services. Under the 504 federal regulations, the district must place the disabled student in the regular educational environment unless the
education of the student in the regular environment with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactorily. This
regulatory provision must be taken into account by the knowledgeable group in determining where each of the following services should be
provided.
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Describe the General or Special Education or Related Services (including, but not limited, to the Programs, Aids, Services, Supports,
or Accommodations) Deemed Necessary by the Knowledgeable Group for the Provision of FAPE:
Student
Need
Description and Frequency
of Services
Location
Implementor(s) Effectiveness/Success of Service During
(including
Periodic Review
back-ups if
necessary)
3. Anticipated 504/Title II Plan Review Date:
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4. List of Participants (Name and Role/Title:)
________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
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[OPTIONAL]: CONSENT TO INITIAL PLACEMENT (Please review page 23 in determining whether to use this optional section):
I/We, the parent(s)/guardian of ____________________________________________ have been asked to provide informed
written consent to the _________________________ School District to implement the provisions of the initial Section 504/Title II
FAPE Plan described above. I/We were invited to participate in the development of the Plan. I/We understand that if I/we refuse
to consent to the implementation of this initial Plan that the District may, but is not required, to use the 504/Title II due process
hearing procedures to override my/our decision, but is not required to do so. I/We previously have been provided with a copy of
our Section 504/Title II procedural safeguards and have had an opportunity to review those safeguards.
_____ I/We give my/our consent to implementation of the initial 504/Title II Plan.
_____ I/We refuse to consent to the implementation of the initial 504/Title II Plan.
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian/Eligible Student
Date
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FORM I-2
PERIODIC REVIEW/REVISION OF SECTION 504/TITLE II FAPE PLAN
STUDENT INFORMATION
Name:
Date of Birth:
School:
Grade:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Address:
Phone:
Email:
[Case Manager or Responsible Person]:
Date of 504/Title II Review Meeting:
Purpose of the Review:
Step 1: Review the prior 504/Title II Plan developed for this student and determine if each of the services described has been
provided.
Step 2: Determine and document the effectiveness and/or success of the services described in the prior Plan in the space allocated
for that determination on the prior Plan.
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Step 3: Based on the knowledgeable group’s determinations in Step 1 and Step 2, is a periodic reevaluation necessary to review
whether the student continues to be a student with a 504/Title II disability and/or is in need of special education or related
services?
_____ Yes
_____ No (If Yes, begin reevaluation process by completing Form F-1).
Step 4: Based on the knowledgeable group’s determinations in Step 1 and Step 2, are revisions needed to the student’s 504/Title
II FAPE Plan? _____ Yes
_____ No
If No, the prior plan should continue to be implemented but a new anticipated review
date may need to be determined.
Step 5: If the answer to Step 4 is Yes, the knowledgeable group should complete the following sections and should note on the
prior plan that it should no longer be implemented:
Describe the General or Special Education or Related Services (including, but not limited, to the Programs, Aids, Services, Supports,
or Accommodations) Deemed Necessary by the Knowledgeable Group for the Provision of FAPE:
Student
Need
Description and Frequency
of Services
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List of Periodic Review Participants (Name and Role/Title):
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
__________________________________________________
____________________________________
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[OPTIONAL]: ACCOMMODATIONS FOR EXTRACURRICULAR AND NONACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:
The student for whom this Plan was developed has an equal opportunity to participate in the District’s nonacademic and
extracurricular activities. Unless determined by the student’s 504/Title II knowledgeable group that a particular extracurricular
or nonacademic activity is necessary for the provision of FAPE, the supports and/or accommodations listed below are not
necessary for the provision of FAPE to this student, but are listed for the sole purpose of allowing the student the required
equal opportunity.
Will the student have the opportunity to participate in nonacademic/extracurricular activities with his/her nondisabled peers?
_____ Yes
_____ Yes, with supports. (Describe)
_____ No. Explanation must be provided:
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FORM J
SECTION 504/TITLE II TRANSFER STUDENT DOCUMENTATION FORM
STUDENT INFORMATION
Student Name
Date of Birth
Grade
Date of Enrollment (m/d/y)
Date of first day of school attendance (m/d/y)
PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Name of School District
Building
Address
City
Phone
State
Zip
Fax
Records Request: To facilitate the transition for a child transferring from another school district
who has or is purported to have a 504/Title II disability, the Poplar Bluff School District will take
reasonable steps to promptly obtain the child’s records, including the 504/Title II preplacement
evaluation report, 504/Title II eligibility determination, and 504/Title II plan, from the previous
school in which the student was enrolled. Within 2 school days the District will request records
from the prior District.
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504/Title II Evaluation Report and
Eligibility Documentation
Requested (m/d/y)
Received (m/d/y)
504/Title II Plan
Requested (m/d/y)
Received (m/d/y/)
Other
Requested (m/d/y)
Received (m/d/y/)
No 504/Title II evaluation report and/or eligibility documentation received and no
504/Title II plan received. Go to Section 2.
Evaluation and/or eligibility documentation received, but no 504/Title II plan
received. Go to Section 3.
504/Title II plan received, but no evaluation and/or eligibility documentation
received. Go to Section 4.
Both evaluation report and/or eligibility documentation received and 504/Title II
plan received. Go to Section 5.
SECTION 2: NO EVALUATION REPORT/ELIGIBILITY DOCUMENTATION AND NO
504TITLE II PLAN RECEIVED. District implements procedures to determine if student
has known or suspected 504/Title II disability.
Did review of information on enrollment form indicate the student was receiving 504/Title II
interventions, services or accommodations? _____ Yes _____ No
Did the District conduct interviews to determine if the student was 504/Title eligible in the prior
district? _____ Yes _____ No If so, who was interviewed? ____ Parent/Guardian _____
Student _____ Prior School Official
What information was obtained from the interviews regarding student’s 504/Title II status?
From the interviews, is there any reason to suspect that the student has a 504/Title II disability?
____ Yes
____ No
Name/role of individual(s) making decision:
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SECTION 3: EVALUATION/ELIGIBILITY DOCUMENTATION RECEIVED BUT NO
504/TITLE II PLAN RECEIVED
Evaluation Report/Eligibility Documentation – Acceptance indicates that the documentation
includes all information necessary to determine that the student has a 504/Title II disability.
Upon receipt of the evaluation report/eligibility documentation, the District administratively
reviewed the evaluation report/eligibility documentation to determine whether to accept it or
reject it.
Date evaluation report/eligibility documentation reviewed (m/d/y):______________________
Decision:
_____ Accepted
_____ Rejected
If the evaluation report/eligibility documentation is rejected, the District must initiate a
reevaluation to determine if the student has a 504/Title II disability.
Name/role of individual(s) making decision:
Date of Decision:
SECTION 4: 504/TITLE II PLAN RECEIVED, BUT NO EVALUATION REPORT, ELIGIBILITY
DOCUMENTATION RECEIVED
504/Title II Plan – Acceptance indicates that the 504/Title II plan satisfies all relevant 504
regulations and District procedures and can be implemented as written without any revisions.
Date 504/Title II Plan reviewed (m/d/y):___________________________
Documentation of Decision:
Accepted – 504/Title II Plan to be implemented on ___________________
Rejected – New 504/Title Plan to be developed and/or implemented on _______________
Rejected – Reevaluation initiated on ____________________
Name/Role of individual(s) making decision:
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SECTION 5: 504 PLAN/TITLE II AND EVALUATION REPORT/ELIGIBILITY
DOCUMENTATION RECEIVED
Evaluation Report/Eligibility Documentation – Acceptance indicates that the documentation
includes all information necessary to determine that the student has a 504/Title II disability.
Upon receipt of the evaluation report/eligibility documentation, the District administratively
reviewed the evaluation report/eligibility documentation to determine whether to accept it or
reject it.
Date evaluation report/eligibility documentation reviewed (m/d/y):_____________________
Decision:
Accepted
Rejected
If the evaluation report/eligibility documentation is rejected, the District must initiate a
reevaluation to determine if the student has a 504 disability.
Name/role of individual(s) making decision:
Date of decision:
504/Title II Plan – Acceptance indicates that the 504/Title II plan satisfies all relevant 504
regulations and District procedures and can be implemented as written without any revisions.
Date 504/Title II Plan reviewed (m/d/y):______________________________________________
Documentation of Decision:
Accepted – 504/Title II Plan to be implemented on ___________________
Rejected – New 504/Title II Plan to be developed and/or implemented on ____________
Rejected – Reevaluation initiated on ____________________
Name/Role of Individual(s) Making Decisions:
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FORM K
SECTION 504/TITLE II DISCIPLINE/MANIFESTATION
DETERMINATION FORM
Within 10 school days of a decision to change the placement of a student with a disability
under 504/Title II because of a violation of the code of student conduct, the relevant members
of the student’s group of knowledgeable persons will review all relevant information,
including the student’s 504/Title II Plan, any teacher observations, and any relevant
information provided by the parents to determine if the conduct in question was caused by or
had a direct and substantial relationship to the child’s 504/Title II disability; or if the conduct
in question was the direct result of the District’s failure to implement the student’s 504/Title II
Plan.
A suspension or removal of a 504/Title II disabled student from his/her current educational
placement is a change of placement if: (1) the current suspension/removal is for more than
ten (10) consecutive school days; or (2) the current disciplinary incident results in a pattern of
exclusion.
Student Name:_____________________________________________
DOB:____________
Case Manager:______________________________________________ Date:____________
1. Date of Current Disciplinary Infraction:
2. Description of Current Disciplinary Infraction:
3. Number of days of suspension/removal imposed for this infraction:
If the total number of days of suspension or removal for this infraction is greater than
ten (10), the student’s group of knowledgeable persons must conduct a manifestation
determination.
4. Number of days during the current school year the student was suspended or removed
prior to this suspension:
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5. Does the current suspension/removal create a pattern of exclusion? Note: A pattern of
exclusion occurs when (1) the series of short-term removals/suspensions (each less
than 11 school days) totals more than ten (10) school days in the current school year;
(2) the student’s behavior is substantially similar to the student’s behavior in the prior
incidents that resulted in the series of removals; and (3) because of additional factors
such as the length of each removal, the total amount of time the student has been
removed, and the proximity of the removals to one another. The District will
administratively determine whether a series of short-term removals constitutes a
pattern of exclusion. If the administrative decision is that a pattern has been created,
the relevant members of the student’s knowledgeable group must convene to conduct
a manifestation determination.
_____ Yes
_____ No
Pattern of Exclusion Analysis Chart
Total number of days during the current school year the student has been suspended or
removed, including the current infraction:
Date
Description of Infraction
Number of Days of
Suspension/Removal
Dates Removed
MANIFESTATION DETERMINATION DOCUMENTATION
1.
504/Title II Impairment(s)_____________________________________________________
2.
Describe the manner in which the student’s impairment(s) substantially limit his/her major
life activities:
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3.
Provide a summary of history to include: student’s academic history, 504/Title II
interventions, strategies and accommodations, including any behavioral strategies,
results of past evaluations, information from outside sources (if appropriate and
relevant), and information from parents.
4.
Was the conduct in question caused by or did it have a direct and substantial
relationship to the student’s 504/Title II disability?
_____ Yes
5.
Was the conduct in question the direct result of the District’s failure to implement
the student’s 504/Title II Plan?
_____ Yes
6.
_____ No
_____ No
Explain rationale for decision:
If the team concludes that the conduct is not a manifestation of the student’s 504/Title II
disability, the student can be disciplined in the same manner as his/her nondisabled peers
according to the District’s Code of Conduct and the level of offense. The District will not
provide educational services to the student unless the District provides or offers such services
to its nondisabled students in the same or similar circumstances.
If the team concludes that the conduct is a manifestation of the student’s 504/Title II
disability, the student can be suspended for 10 consecutive days with no educational services
or for any days that are less than a pattern of exclusion.
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7.
If the conduct in question is related to the student’s 504/Title II disability, does the
team
a. Need to convene to determine if a change in programming or placement is
necessary?
_____ Yes
_____ No
b. Need to refer the student for a possible IDEA evaluation?
_____ Yes
_____ No
c. Need to conduct a functional behavioral assessment or develop a behavior
intervention plan?
_____ Yes
_____ No
d. Need to conduct a review of existing data to determine if a reevaluation is
necessary?
_____ Yes
_____ No
List of Participants and Roles:
Name
Role
Copy of form provided to parent on:________________________________________________
Method of delivery:__________________________________ By:________________________
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FORM L
TRANSITORY AND MINOR DOCUMENTATION FORM
Pursuant to the 2008 ADAAA and Section 504, a student who has a transitory and minor
impairment is not a student with a disability under Section 504/Title II and is, therefore, not
entitled to a free appropriate public education or a Section 504 FAPE Plan. A transitory
impairment is one with an actual or expected duration of six months or less. In addition, the
District’s administrative decision to voluntarily provide certain accommodations and
interventions to assist a student with a transitory and minor impairment will not result in
“regarded as” discrimination under Section 504 and/or the ADAAA. The District has
administratively determined that the student for whom this voluntary plan was developed has
only a transitory and minor impairment and the District, therefore, has no reason to suspect
that this student has a disability as defined by the ADA, Section 504 or the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act. Because the student is not a disabled person, the District is not
required to conduct a preplacement/initial evaluation of the student nor is the District required
to convene a group of knowledgeable persons to determine what accommodations, services
and/or interventions this student may need for the six month or less duration of this Plan.
Date of Plan:
Student’s Name:
Grade:
Nature of the Student’s Transitory and Minor Impairment:
Actual or expected duration of the impairment:
Describe the voluntary accommodations and/or interventions that the District will implement for
this student for the duration of the Plan:
Anticipated Expiration Date of Plan:
Individuals/roles of persons participating in the development of the Plan:
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SAMPLE 504/TITLE II
PROCEDURAL
SAFEGUARDS
Pursuant to the relevant Section 504 federal regulations, a recipient of federal financial
assistance that operates a public elementary or secondary education program or activity must
establish and implement a system of procedural safeguards with respect to actions regarding
the identification, evaluation, or educational placement of persons who, because of disability,
need or are believed to need special instruction or related services.
The first edition of this manual included two sample sets of procedural safeguards. The first set
included only the minimal set of rights specifically enumerated in the federal regulations as well
as some additional rights that it was advisable to include. The second set was an expanded
version that included not only all the rights specifically stated in the federal 504 regulations and
the additional rights included in the first set, but also included a non-required and detailed set
of procedures to govern any due process requests that might arise under Section 504/Title II.
The due process procedures defined in the second set were not mandated by the Section 504
regulations but were simply one set of procedures that would meet the requirements of
504/Title II.
As a result of more recent OCR guidance (formal and informal), the 2013 edition of this
publication includes only the expanded version and omits the minimal version. Per OCR
informal guidance, procedural safeguards should include details with respect to the manner in
which a district will provide a due process procedure, should one be requested.
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Poplar Bluff R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT’S
SECTION 504/TITLE II PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act
were designed to eliminate discrimination on the basis of disability. To that end, Section
504 provides, in pertinent part, as follows:
No otherwise qualified individual with a disability in the United States . . . shall,
solely by reason of her or his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be
denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or
activity receiving Federal financial assistance. . . .
Similarly, Title II of the ADA provides that:
No qualified individual with a disability shall, by reason of such disability, be
excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services,
programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to discrimination by any
such entity.
A disabled person under Section 504/Title II is defined as any person who has a
physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.
Pursuant to Subpart D of the 504 federal regulations, a recipient of federal financial
assistance that operates a public elementary or secondary education program must
establish and implement, with respect to actions regarding the identification, evaluation,
or educational placement of persons who, because of disability, need or are believed to
need special instruction or related services, a system of procedural safeguards. The
following is a description of the procedural safeguards or rights granted by federal law to
students with 504/Title II disabilities and/or their parents or legal guardians and to those
students who are suspected of having a 504/Title II disability and/or their parents or
legal guardians. Parents/guardian of students who are suspected of or identified with a
disability under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act are provided with copies
of the IDEA procedural safeguards unless those students have a separately identified
504/Title II disability that is not addressed through an IEP.
PARENT AND STUDENT RIGHTS UNDER SECTION 504/TITLE II:
1.
Parents/guardian and students have the right to be informed by the School
District of their rights under Section 504/Title II. The purpose of these Procedural
Safeguards it to advise you of those rights.
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2.
A student with a 504/Title II disability has the right to a free appropriate public
education. An appropriate education is defined as the provision of regular or special
education and related aids and services that are designed to meet the individual
educational needs of the disabled person as adequately as the needs of nondisabled
persons are met and are based upon adherence to 504 regulatory procedures.
Although a student’s disability status must be determined without regard to the
ameliorative effect of mitigating measures, the use of mitigating measures remains
relevant in evaluating a disabled student’s need for special education or related
services. If, as a result of a properly conducted evaluation, the district determines that a
student does not need special education or related services, the district is not required
to provide aids or services. The student is still a person with a disability and remains
protected by the general nondiscrimination provisions of Section 504 and Title II. (Dear
Colleague Letter (OCR Jan. 19, 2012)).
3.
The provision of a free education is the provision of educational and related
services without cost to the disabled person or to his or her parents or guardian, except
for those fees that are imposed on nondisabled persons or their parents or guardian.
Funds available from any public or private agency may be used to meet this
requirement. Under the law, insurers and other third parties are not relieved from an
otherwise valid obligation to provide or pay for services for a disabled student.
4.
A child with a disability has the right to take part in, and receive benefits from,
public education programs without discrimination because of his/her disability.
5.
The parent(s) or guardian of a child with a disability has the right to receive notice
with respect to the identification, evaluation, or placement of the child.
6.
A student with a disability has the right to receive services and be educated in
facilities that are comparable to those provided to nondisabled students.
7.
A student with a disability has the right to have evaluation, education and
placement decisions made based on a variety of information sources, and by persons
who know the student and are knowledgeable about the evaluation data and placement
options. The student also has the right to be periodically reevaluated.
8.
A student with a disability has an equal opportunity to participate in nonacademic
and extracurricular activities offered by the District.
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9.
A student with a disability has the right to have transportation provided to and
from an alternative placement setting (if the setting is in a program not operated by the
District) at no greater cost to the parent/guardian than would be incurred if the student
were placed in a program operated by the District.
10.
The parents/guardian of a student with a disability or an eligible student (over the
age of 18) have the right to examine all relevant records relating to decisions regarding
the student’s identification, evaluation and placement.
11.
The parents/guardian of a student with a disability or an eligible student and/or
the District have the right to request and participate in an impartial due process hearing
relating to decisions or actions relating to the student’s identification, evaluation,
program or placement and the parents or guardian have the right to be represented by
counsel in such hearings. The parents or guardian or eligible student and/or the District
also have the right to a review procedure involving such hearings. The procedures for
requesting an impartial due process hearing and the relevant review procedures are
described below.
12.
The parents/guardian of a student with a disability or an eligible student have the
right to file a local grievance with the District for issues unrelated to the identification,
evaluation, program or placement of the student. Board policy 1621describes the
procedures for filing a grievance and can be requested by contacting the
Superintendent.
Persons who believe that the District is discriminating against eligible persons on the
basis of disability may also file complaints with the District’s Section 504 Coordinator
and/or the Office for Civil Rights. For a list of regional OCR offices, see www.ed.gov.
The District’s Section 504 Coordinator is Camille MacDonald and may be reached at
573-785-2248.
DUE PROCESS APPEAL PROCEDURES:
This procedure should be used if the parent(s), legal guardian or eligible student intends
to challenge actions the District proposes or refuses under 504/Title II regarding the
identification, evaluation, programming (provision of FAPE) or placement of a student
with a disability. The District also has the right to initiate a 504/Title II due process
hearing regarding these same matters.
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1. If a parent, legal guardian or eligible student intends to challenge the action
proposed or refused by the District, the parent/guardian or eligible student must
file a written Request for 504/Title II Due Process Hearing within 15 school days
from the date of the District’s written notice of the proposed or refused action. A
copy of this form is attached to these Procedural Safeguards. The Request for
504/Title II Due Process Hearing should be filed with:
Section 504/Title II Coordinator
Camille MacDonald
3203 Oak Grove Road
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
573-785-2248
2.
3.
4.
5.
If the District intends to initiate a Section 504/Title II due process hearing, the
District’s Section 504/Title II Coordinator must complete the Request for a
504/Title II Due Process Hearing within the same number of calendar days as
specified above.
The Request for a 504/Title II Due Process Hearing must state the specific
circumstances, including all relevant facts, giving rise to the request for due
process; the specific issues to be decided at the impartial due process hearing;
and the relief being requested. The District will acknowledge, in writing, all
parent/guardian requests for a due process hearing within 15 school days of
receipt. If the District initiates the due process hearing, the District will inform the
parent or guardian within 15 school days of the District’s decision to so initiate.
The District will, within 15 school days of the District’s or parent/guardian’s
receipt of the Request for a 504/Title II Due Process Hearing, appoint and retain
a single impartial hearing officer to hear and decide the due process request.
The hearing officer must have knowledge or training in Section 504/Title II and
may not be an employee of the District. The hearing officer may not have a
personal or professional interest that would conflict with his/her objectivity in the
hearing. The District is not required to consult with the parent/guardian or eligible
student with respect to the hearing officer appointment.
Although nothing prohibits or discourages the District from having an informal
resolution process (including but not limited to filing a grievance or submitting to
mediation) prior to the hearing, such informal steps cannot be required prior to
the hearing and cannot operate in such a manner as to unduly delay the hearing.
The parties to the hearing have the following rights:
a. The right to inspect all relevant records, including personally identifiable records
of the student. The range of records reviewable is the same as under the Family
Educational Rights Privacy Act (FERPA);
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b. The right to participate in the hearing;
c. The right to be represented and advised by an attorney;
d. The right to present evidence and confront, cross-examine and compel the
attendance of witnesses;
e. The right to obtain a record of the hearing but at the cost of the party; 27 and
f. The right to obtain written findings of fact, conclusions of law, and decision.
6. Section 504/Title II due process hearings will be closed. The parents or guardian
may elect to have the student present at the hearing.
7. The hearing officer must hold the hearing within 45 calendar days of his/her
appointment as hearing officer. This timeline may be extended upon the request
of the party or parties and by agreement and order of the hearing officer.
8. Each hearing must be conducted at a time and place which is reasonably
convenient to the District and the parents or guardian. The District’s facilities will
be presumed to be a reasonably convenient location but the parents or guardian
may challenge this presumption with the hearing officer.
9. The party that requested the due process hearing may not raise issues at the
due process hearing that were not addressed in the Request for a 504/Title II
Due Process Hearing unless the other party agrees.
10. The hearing officer shall render a final, written decision no later than 15 calendar
days following the completion of the hearing. A decision may be rendered after
15 calendar days, if either party requests an extension of this timeframe, and for
good cause shown. The decision of the hearing is final and binding, subject to
the procedures outlined below.
11. The Poplar Bluff R-1 School District is responsible for costs directly attributable to
the provision of administration hearings described in these procedures, including
compensation of the hearing officer, and other related expenses. The District is
not responsible for the cost of hearing transcripts requested by the parent. The
District is not responsible for the costs of legal counsel or other representative of
the parent/guardian or eligible student or for the costs of producing or
reproducing the evidence presented by the parent/guardian or eligible student.
12. Any timelines specified herein may be extended by agreement of the District and
parent/guardian or eligible student or by order of the hearing officer.
13. Any party aggrieved by the decision of the impartial hearing officer may appeal
that decision to any court of competent jurisdiction.
27
OCR has acknowledged that Section 504, unlike the IDEA, does not obligate districts to provide or pay for
hearing transcripts to parents/guardians. See, e.g., Miami-Dade County (FL) Sch. Dist., 52 IDELR 53 (OCR 2008).
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NOTICE OF APPEAL
(Request for an Impartial Due Process Hearing under Section 504/Title II)
Student’s Name:_____________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________________________________
Address:____________________________________________________________
Phone Number:______________________ E-Mail:____________________________________
I am in disagreement with the following decisions made by the District pertaining to my child’s
identification/evaluation/educational placement under Section 504/Title II:
Please describe the facts and circumstances giving rise to the disagreement: (Please state the
background leading to the disagreement and why you disagree with the multidisciplinary
team’s decision(s):
Please state the specific issues to be decided at the due process hearing:
Please describe the relief you are requesting through the due process hearing (what result you
would like the hearing officer to provide if the hearing officer decides in your favor):
_________________________________________
Signature of parent/guardian/eligible student
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Date of Signature
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APPENDIX
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TEXT OF THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT AMENDMENTS ACT OF 2008
S. 3406
One Hundred Tenth Congress
of the
United States of America
AT THE SECOND SESSION
Begun and held at the City of Washington on Thursday,
the third day of January, two thousand and eight
An Act
To restore the intent and protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of
the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the ‘‘ADA Amendments Act of 2008’’.
SEC. 2. FINDINGS AND PURPOSES.
(a) FINDINGS.—Congress finds that—
(1) in enacting the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), Congress intended that the Act ‘‘provide a clear and
comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination
against individuals with disabilities’’ and provide broad
coverage;
(2) in enacting the ADA, Congress recognized that physical
and mental disabilities in no way diminish a person’s right
to fully participate in all aspects of society, but that people
with physical or mental disabilities are frequently precluded
from doing so because of prejudice, antiquated attitudes, or
the failure to remove societal and institutional barriers;
(3) while Congress expected that the definition of disability
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under the ADA would be interpreted consistently with how
courts had applied the definition of a handicapped individual
under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, that expectation has
not been fulfilled;
(4) the holdings of the Supreme Court in Sutton v. United
Air Lines, Inc., 527 U.S. 471 (1999) and its companion cases
have narrowed the broad scope of protection intended to be
afforded by the ADA, thus eliminating protection for many
individuals whom Congress intended to protect;
(5) the holding of the Supreme Court in Toyota Motor
Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams, 534 U.S. 184 (2002)
further narrowed the broad scope of protection intended to
be afforded by the ADA;
(6) as a result of these Supreme Court cases, lower courts
have incorrectly found in individual cases that people with
a range of substantially limiting impairments are not people
with disabilities;
(7) in particular, the Supreme Court, in the case of Toyota
Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams, 534 U.S.
184 (2002), interpreted the term ‘‘substantially limits’’ to
require a greater degree of limitation than was intended by
Congress; and
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(8) Congress finds that the current Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission ADA regulations defining the term
‘‘substantially limits’’ as ‘‘significantly restricted’’ are inconsistent
with congressional intent, by expressing too high a
standard.
(b) PURPOSES.—The purposes of this Act are—
(1) to carry out the ADA’s objectives of providing ‘‘a clear
and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of
discrimination’’ and ‘‘clear, strong, consistent, enforceable
standards addressing discrimination’’ by reinstating a broad
scope of protection to be available under the ADA;
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(2) to reject the requirement enunciated by the Supreme
Court in Sutton v. United Air Lines, Inc., 527 U.S. 471 (1999)
and its companion cases that whether an impairment substantially
limits a major life activity is to be determined with
reference to the ameliorative effects of mitigating measures;
(3) to reject the Supreme Court’s reasoning in Sutton v.
United Air Lines, Inc., 527 U.S. 471 (1999) with regard to
coverage under the third prong of the definition of disability
and to reinstate the reasoning of the Supreme Court in School
Board of Nassau County v. Arline, 480 U.S. 273 (1987) which
set forth a broad view of the third prong of the definition
of handicap under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973;
(4) to reject the standards enunciated by the Supreme
Court in Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams,
534 U.S. 184 (2002), that the terms ‘‘substantially’’ and
‘‘major’’ in the definition of disability under the ADA ‘‘need
to be interpreted strictly to create a demanding standard for
qualifying as disabled,’’ and that to be substantially limited
in performing a major life activity under the ADA ‘‘an individual
must have an impairment that prevents or severely restricts
the individual from doing activities that are of central importance
to most people’s daily lives’’;
(5) to convey congressional intent that the standard created
by the Supreme Court in the case of Toyota Motor Manufacturing,
Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams, 534 U.S. 184 (2002) for
‘‘substantially limits’’, and applied by lower courts in numerous
decisions, has created an inappropriately high level of limitation
necessary to obtain coverage under the ADA, to convey that
it is the intent of Congress that the primary object of attention
in cases brought under the ADA should be whether entities
covered under the ADA have complied with their obligations,
and to convey that the question of whether an individual’s
impairment is a disability under the ADA should not demand
extensive analysis; and
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(6) to express Congress’ expectation that the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission will revise that portion of its
current regulations that defines the term ‘‘substantially limits’’
as ‘‘significantly restricted’’ to be consistent with this Act,
including the amendments made by this Act.
SEC. 3. CODIFIED FINDINGS.
Section 2(a) of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(42 U.S.C. 12101) is amended—
(1) by amending paragraph (1) to read as follows:
‘‘(1) physical or mental disabilities in no way diminish
a person’s right to fully participate in all aspects of society,
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yet many people with physical or mental disabilities have been
precluded from doing so because of discrimination; others who
have a record of a disability or are regarded as having a
disability also have been subjected to discrimination;’’;
(2) by striking paragraph (7); and
(3) by re-designating paragraphs (8) and (9) as paragraphs
(7) and (8), respectively.
SEC. 4. DISABILITY DEFINED AND RULES OF CONSTRUCTION.
(a) DEFINITION OF DISABILITY.—Section 3 of the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12102) is amended to
read as follows:
‘‘SEC. 3. DEFINITION OF DISABILITY.
‘‘As used in this Act:
‘‘(1) DISABILITY.—The term ‘disability’ means, with respect
to an individual—
‘‘(A) a physical or mental impairment that substantially
limits one or more major life activities of such individual;
‘‘(B) a record of such an impairment; or
‘‘(C) being regarded as having such an impairment
(as described in paragraph (3)).
‘‘(2) MAJOR LIFE ACTIVITIES.—
‘‘(A) IN GENERAL.—For purposes of paragraph (1), major
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life activities include, but are not limited to, caring for
oneself, performing manual tasks, seeing, hearing, eating,
sleeping, walking, standing, lifting, bending, speaking,
breathing, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking,
communicating, and working.
‘‘(B) MAJOR BODILY FUNCTIONS.—For purposes of paragraph
(1), a major life activity also includes the operation
of a major bodily function, including but not limited to,
functions of the immune system, normal cell growth, digestive,
bowel, bladder, neurological, brain, respiratory, circulatory,
endocrine, and reproductive functions.
‘‘(3) REGARDED AS HAVING SUCH AN IMPAIRMENT.—For purposes
of paragraph (1)(C):
‘‘(A) An individual meets the requirement of ‘being
regarded as having such an impairment’ if the individual
establishes that he or she has been subjected to an action
prohibited under this Act because of an actual or perceived
physical or mental impairment whether or not the impairment
limits or is perceived to limit a major life activity.
‘‘(B) Paragraph (1)(C) shall not apply to impairments
that are transitory and minor. A transitory impairment
is an impairment with an actual or expected duration of
6 months or less.
‘‘(4) RULES OF CONSTRUCTION REGARDING THE DEFINITION
OF DISABILITY.—The definition of ‘disability’ in paragraph (1)
shall be construed in accordance with the following:
‘‘(A) The definition of disability in this Act shall be
construed in favor of broad coverage of individuals under
this Act, to the maximum extent permitted by the terms
of this Act.
‘‘(B) The term ‘substantially limits’ shall be interpreted
consistently with the findings and purposes of the ADA
Amendments Act of 2008.
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‘‘(C) An impairment that substantially limits one major
life activity need not limit other major life activities in
order to be considered a disability.
‘‘(D) An impairment that is episodic or in remission
is a disability if it would substantially limit a major life
activity when active.
‘‘(E)(i) The determination of whether an impairment
substantially limits a major life activity shall be made
without regard to the ameliorative effects of mitigating
measures such as—
‘‘(I) medication, medical supplies, equipment, or
appliances, low-vision devices (which do not include
ordinary eyeglasses or contact lenses), prosthetics
including limbs and devices, hearing aids and cochlear
implants or other implantable hearing devices, mobility
devices, or oxygen therapy equipment and supplies;
‘‘(II) use of assistive technology;
‘‘(III) reasonable accommodations or auxiliary aids
or services; or
‘‘(IV) learned behavioral or adaptive neurological
modifications.
‘‘(ii) The ameliorative effects of the mitigating measures
of ordinary eyeglasses or contact lenses shall be considered
in determining whether an impairment substantially limits
a major life activity.
‘‘(iii) As used in this subparagraph—
‘‘(I) the term ‘ordinary eyeglasses or contact lenses’
means lenses that are intended to fully correct visual
acuity or eliminate refractive error; and
‘‘(II) the term ‘low-vision devices’ means devices
that magnify, enhance, or otherwise augment a visual
image.’’.
(b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—The Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) is further amended
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by adding after section 3 the following:
‘‘SEC. 4. ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS.
‘‘As used in this Act:
‘‘(1) AUXILIARY AIDS AND SERVICES.—The term ‘auxiliary
aids and services’ includes—
‘‘(A) qualified interpreters or other effective methods
of making aurally delivered materials available to individuals
with hearing impairments;
‘‘(B) qualified readers, taped texts, or other effective
methods of making visually delivered materials available
to individuals with visual impairments;
‘‘(C) acquisition or modification of equipment or
devices; and
‘‘(D) other similar services and actions.
‘‘(2) STATE.—The term ‘State’ means each of the several
States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto
Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands of the United
States, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, and the
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.’’.
(c) AMENDMENT TO THE TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of
contents contained in section 1(b) of the Americans with Disabilities
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Act of 1990 is amended by striking the item relating to section
3 and inserting the following items:
‘‘Sec. 3. Definition of disability.
‘‘Sec. 4. Additional definitions.’’.
SEC. 5. DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY.
(a) ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY.—Section 102 of the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12112) is amended—
(1) in subsection (a), by striking ‘‘with a disability because
of the disability of such individual’’ and inserting ‘‘on the basis
of disability’’; and
(2) in subsection (b) in the matter preceding paragraph
(1), by striking ‘‘discriminate’’ and inserting ‘‘discriminate
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against a qualified individual on the basis of disability’’.
(b) QUALIFICATION STANDARDS AND TESTS RELATED TO UNCORRECTED
VISION.—Section 103 of the Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12113) is amended by re-designating subsections
(c) and (d) as subsections (d) and (e), respectively, and
inserting after subsection (b) the following new subsection:
‘‘(c) QUALIFICATION STANDARDS AND TESTS RELATED TO UNCORRECTED
VISION.—Notwithstanding section 3(4)(E)(ii), a covered
entity shall not use qualification standards, employment tests, or
other selection criteria based on an individual’s uncorrected vision
unless the standard, test, or other selection criteria, as used by
the covered entity, is shown to be job-related for the position in
question and consistent with business necessity.’’.
(c) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.—
(1) Section 101(8) of the Americans with Disabilities Act
of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12111(8)) is amended—
(A) in the paragraph heading, by striking ‘‘WITH A
DISABILITY’’; and
(B) by striking ‘‘with a disability’’ after ‘‘individual’’
both places it appears.
(2) Section 104(a) of the Americans with Disabilities Act
of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12114(a)) is amended by striking ‘‘the term
‘qualified individual with a disability’ shall’’ and inserting ‘‘a
qualified individual with a disability shall’’.
SEC. 6. RULES OF CONSTRUCTION.
(a) Title V of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(42 U.S.C. 12201 et seq.) is amended—
(1) by adding at the end of section 501 the following:
‘‘(e) BENEFITS UNDER STATE WORKER’S COMPENSATION LAWS.—
Nothing in this Act alters the standards for determining eligibility
for benefits under State worker’s compensation laws or under State
and Federal disability benefit programs.
‘‘(f) FUNDAMENTAL ALTERATION.—Nothing in this Act alters
the provision of section 302(b)(2)(A)(ii), specifying that reasonable
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modifications in policies, practices, or procedures shall be required,
unless an entity can demonstrate that making such modifications
in policies, practices, or procedures, including academic requirements
in postsecondary education, would fundamentally alter the
nature of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or
accommodations involved.
‘‘(g) CLAIMS OF NO DISABILITY.—Nothing in this Act shall provide
the basis for a claim by an individual without a disability
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that the individual was subject to discrimination because of the
individual’s lack of disability.
‘‘(h) REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS.—A
covered entity under title I, a public entity under title II, and
any person who owns, leases (or leases to), or operates a place
of public accommodation under title III, need not provide a reasonable
accommodation or a reasonable modification to policies, practices,
or procedures to an individual who meets the definition of
disability in section 3(1) solely under subparagraph (C) of such
section.’’;
(2) by re-designating section 506 through 514 as sections
507 through 515, respectively, and adding after section 505
the following:
‘‘SEC. 506. RULE OF CONSTRUCTION REGARDING REGULATORY
AUTHORITY.
‘‘The authority to issue regulations granted to the Equal
Employment Opportunity Commission, the Attorney General, and
the Secretary of Transportation under this Act includes the
authority to issue regulations implementing the definitions of disability
in section 3 (including rules of construction) and the definitions
in section 4, consistent with the ADA Amendments Act of
2008.’’; and
(3) in section 511 (as re-designated by paragraph (2)) (42
U.S.C. 12211), in subsection (c), by striking ‘‘511(b)(3)’’ and
inserting ‘‘512(b)(3)’’.
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(b) The table of contents contained in section 1(b) of the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 is amended by re-designating
the items relating to sections 506 through 514 as the items relating
to sections 507 through 515, respectively, and by inserting after
the item relating to section 505 the following new item:
‘‘Sec. 506. Rule of construction regarding regulatory authority.’’.
SEC. 7. CONFORMING AMENDMENTS.
Section 7 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 705)
is amended—
(1) in paragraph (9)(B), by striking ‘‘a physical’’ and all
that follows through ‘‘major life activities’’, and inserting ‘‘the
meaning given it in section 3 of the Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12102)’’; and
(2) in paragraph (20)(B), by striking ‘‘any person who’’
and all that follows through the period at the end, and inserting
‘‘any person who has a disability as defined in section 3 of
the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12102).’’.
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SEC. 8. EFFECTIVE DATE.
This Act and the amendments made by this Act shall become
effective on January 1, 2009.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Vice President of the United States and
President of the Senate
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PERTINENT SECTON 504 FEDERAL REGULATIONS
Subpart A -- General Provisions
104.1 Purpose.
The purpose of this part is to effectuate section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which is
designed to eliminate discrimination on the basis of handicap in any program or activity
receiving Federal financial assistance.
104.2 Application.
This part applies to each recipient of Federal financial assistance from the Department of
Education and to the program or activity that receives such assistance.
104.3 Definitions.
As used in this part, the term:
(a) The Act means the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Pub. L. 93-112, as amended by the
Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1974, Pub. L. 93-516, 29 U.S.C. 794.
(b) Section 504 means section 504 of the Act.
(c) Education of the Handicapped Act means that statute as amended by the Education for all
Handicapped Children Act of 1975, Pub. L. 94-142, 20 U.S.C. 1401 et seq.
(d) Department means the Department of Education.
(e) Assistant Secretary means the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights of the Department of
Education.
(f) Recipient means any state or its political subdivision, any instrumentality of a state or its
political subdivision, any public or private agency, institution, organization, or other entity, or
any person to which Federal financial assistance is extended directly or through another
recipient, including any successor, assignee, or transferee of a recipient, but excluding the
ultimate beneficiary of the assistance.
(g) Applicant for assistance means one who submits an application, request, or plan required to
be approved by a Department official or by a recipient as a condition to becoming a recipient.
(h) Federal financial assistance means any grant, loan, contract (other than a procurement
contract or a contract of insurance or guaranty), or any other arrangement by which the
Department provides or otherwise makes available assistance in the form of:
(1) Funds;
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(2) Services of Federal personnel; or
(3) Real and personal property or any interest in or use of such property, including:
(i) Transfers or leases of such property for less than fair market value or for reduced
consideration; and
(ii) Proceeds from a subsequent transfer or lease of such property if the Federal share of its fair
market value is not returned to the Federal Government.
(i) Facility means all or any portion of buildings, structures, equipment, roads, walks, parking
lots, or other real or personal property or interest in such property.
(j) Handicapped person -- (1) Handicapped persons means any person who (i) has a physical or
mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities, (ii) has a record
of such an impairment, or (iii) is regarded as having such an impairment.
(2) As used in paragraph (j)(1) of this section, the phrase:
(i) Physical or mental impairment means (A) any physiological disorder or condition, cosmetic
disfigurement, or anatomical loss affecting one or more of the following body systems:
neurological; musculoskeletal; special sense organs; respiratory, including speech organs;
cardiovascular; reproductive, digestive, genital-urinary; hemic and lymphatic; skin; and
endocrine; or (B) any mental or psychological disorder, such as mental retardation, organic brain
syndrome, emotional or mental illness, and specific learning disabilities.
(ii) Major life activities means functions such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks,
walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working.
(iii) Has a record of such an impairment means has a history of, or has been misclassified as
having, a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life
activities.
(iv) Is regarded as having an impairment means (A) has a physical or mental impairment that
does not substantially limit major life activities but that is treated by a recipient as constituting
such a limitation; (B) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits major life
activities only as a result of the attitudes of others toward such impairment; or (C) has none of
the impairments defined in paragraph (j)(2)(i) of this section but is treated by a recipient as
having such an impairment.
(k) Program or activity means all of the operations of-(1)(i) A department, agency, special purpose district, or other instrumentality of a State or of a
local government; or
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(ii) The entity of such State or local government that distributes such assistance and each such
department or agency (and each other State or local government entity) to which the assistance is
extended, in the case of assistance to a State or local government;
(2)(i) A college, university, or other postsecondary institution, or a public system of higher
education; or
(ii) A local educational agency (as defined in 20 U.S.C. 8801), system of vocational education,
or other school system;
(3)(i) An entire corporation, partnership, or other private organization, or an entire sole
proprietorship-(A) If assistance is extended to such corporation, partnership, private organization, or sole
proprietorship as a whole; or
(B) Which is principally engaged in the business of providing education, health care, housing,
social services, or parks and recreation; or
(ii) The entire plant or other comparable, geographically separate facility to which Federal
financial assistance is extended, in the case of any other corporation, partnership, private
organization, or sole proprietorship; or
(4) Any other entity which is established by two or more of the entities described in paragraph
(k)(1), (2), or (3) of this section; any part of which is extended Federal financial assistance.
(Authority: 29 U.S.C. 794(b))
(l) Qualified handicapped person means:
(1) With respect to employment, a handicapped person who, with reasonable accommodation,
can perform the essential functions of the job in question;
(2) With respect to public preschool elementary, secondary, or adult educational services, a
handicapped person (i) of an age during which non-handicapped persons are provided such
services, (ii) of any age during which it is mandatory under state law to provide such services to
handicapped persons, or (iii) to whom a state is required to provide a free appropriate public
education under section 612 of the Education of the Handicapped Act; and
(3) With respect to postsecondary and vocational education services, a handicapped person who
meets the academic and technical standards requisite to admission or participation in the
recipient's education program or activity;
(4) With respect to other services, a handicapped person who meets the essential eligibility
requirements for the receipt of such services.
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(m) Handicap means any condition or characteristic that renders a person a handicapped person
as defined in paragraph (j) of this section.
104.4 Discrimination prohibited.
(a) General. No qualified handicapped person shall, on the basis of handicap, be excluded from
participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any
program or activity which receives Federal financial assistance.
(b) Discriminatory actions prohibited. (1) A recipient, in providing any aid, benefit, or service,
may not, directly or through contractual, licensing, or other arrangements, on the basis of
handicap:
(i) Deny a qualified handicapped person the opportunity to participate in or benefit from the aid,
benefit, or service;
(ii) Afford a qualified handicapped person an opportunity to participate in or benefit from the
aid, benefit, or service that is not equal to that afforded others;
(iii) Provide a qualified handicapped person with an aid, benefit, or service that is not as effective
as that provided to others;
(iv) Provide different or separate aid, benefits, or services to handicapped persons or to any class
of handicapped persons unless such action is necessary to provide qualified handicapped persons
with aid, benefits, or services that are as effective as those provided to others;
(v) Aid or perpetuate discrimination against a qualified handicapped person by providing
significant assistance to an agency, organization, or person that discriminates on the basis of
handicap in providing any aid, benefit, or service to beneficiaries of the recipients program or
activity;
(vi) Deny a qualified handicapped person the opportunity to participate as a member of planning
or advisory boards; or
(vii) Otherwise limit a qualified handicapped person in the enjoyment of any right, privilege,
advantage, or opportunity enjoyed by others receiving an aid, benefit, or service.
(2) For purposes of this part, aids, benefits, and services, to be equally effective, are not required
to produce the identical result or level of achievement for handicapped and non-handicapped
persons, but must afford handicapped persons equal opportunity to obtain the same result, to gain
the same benefit, or to reach the same level of achievement, in the most integrated setting
appropriate to the person's needs.
(3) Despite the existence of separate or different aid, benefits, or services provided in accordance
with this part, a recipient may not deny a qualified handicapped person the opportunity to
participate in such aid, benefits, or services that are not separate or different.
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(4) A recipient may not, directly or through contractual or other arrangements, utilize criteria or
methods of administration (i) that have the effect of subjecting qualified handicapped persons to
discrimination on the basis of handicap, (ii) that have the purpose or effect of defeating or
substantially impairing accomplishment of the objectives of the recipient's program or activity
with respect to handicapped persons, or (iii) that perpetuate the discrimination of another
recipient if both recipients are subject to common administrative control or are agencies of the
same State.
(5) In determining the site or location of a facility, an applicant for assistance or a recipient may
not make selections (i) that have the effect of excluding handicapped persons from, denying
them the benefits of, or otherwise subjecting them to discrimination under any program or
activity that receives Federal financial assistance or (ii) that have the purpose or effect of
defeating or substantially impairing the accomplishment of the objectives of the program or
activity with respect to handicapped persons.
(6) As used in this section, the aid, benefit, or service provided under a program or activity
receiving Federal financial assistance includes any aid, benefit, or service provided in or through
a facility that has been constructed, expanded, altered, leased or rented, or otherwise acquired, in
whole or in part, with Federal financial assistance.
(c) Aid, benefits or services limited by Federal law. The exclusion of non-handicapped persons
from aid, benefits, or services limited by Federal statute or executive order to handicapped
persons or the exclusion of a specific class of handicapped persons from aid, benefits, or services
limited by Federal statute or executive order to a different class of handicapped persons is not
prohibited by this part.
104.5 Assurances required.
(a) Assurances. An applicant for Federal financial assistance to which this part applies shall
submit an assurance, on a form specified by the Assistant Secretary, that the program or activity
will be operated in compliance with this part. An applicant may incorporate these assurances by
reference in subsequent applications to the Department.
(b) Duration of obligation. (1) In the case of Federal financial assistance extended in the form of
real property or to provide real property or structures on the property, the assurance will obligate
the recipient or, in the case of a subsequent transfer, the transferee, for the period during which
the real property or structures are used for the purpose for which Federal financial assistance is
extended or for another purpose involving the provision of similar services or benefits.
(2) In the case of Federal financial assistance extended to provide personal property, the
assurance will obligate the recipient for the period during which it retains ownership or
possession of the property.
(3) In all other cases the assurance will obligate the recipient for the period during which Federal
financial assistance is extended.
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(c) Covenants. (1) Where Federal financial assistance is provided in the form of real property or
interest in the property from the Department, the instrument effecting or recording this transfer
shall contain a covenant running with the land to assure nondiscrimination for the period during
which the real property is used for a purpose for which the Federal financial assistance is
extended or for another purpose involving the provision of similar services or benefits.
(2) Where no transfer of property is involved but property is purchased or improved with Federal
financial assistance, the recipient shall agree to include the covenant described in paragraph
(b)(2) of this section in the instrument effecting or recording any subsequent transfer of the
property.
(3) Where Federal financial assistance is provided in the form of real property or interest in the
property from the Department, the covenant shall also include a condition coupled with a right to
be reserved by the Department to revert title to the property in the event of a breach of the
covenant. If a transferee of real property proposes to mortgage or otherwise encumber the real
property as security for financing construction of new, or improvement of existing, facilities on
the property for the purposes for which the property was transferred, the Assistant Secretary
may, upon request of the transferee and if necessary to accomplish such financing and upon such
conditions as he or she deems appropriate, agree to forbear the exercise of such right to revert
title for so long as the lien of such mortgage or other encumbrance remains effective.
104.6 Remedial action, voluntary action, and self-evaluation.
(a) Remedial action. (1) If the Assistant Secretary finds that a recipient has discriminated against
persons on the basis of handicap in violation of section 504 or this part, the recipient shall take
such remedial action as the Assistant Secretary deems necessary to overcome the effects of the
discrimination.
(2) Where a recipient is found to have discriminated against persons on the basis of handicap in
violation of section 504 or this part and where another recipient exercises control over the
recipient that has discriminated, the Assistant Secretary, where appropriate, may require either or
both recipients to take remedial action.
(3) The Assistant Secretary may, where necessary to overcome the effects of discrimination in
violation of section 504 or this part, require a recipient to take remedial action (i) with respect to
handicapped persons who are no longer participants in the recipient's program or activity but
who were participants in the program or activity when such discrimination occurred or (ii) with
respect to handicapped persons who would have been participants in the program or activity had
the discrimination not occurred.
(b) Voluntary action. A recipient may take steps, in addition to any action that is required by this
part, to overcome the effects of conditions that resulted in limited participation in the recipient's
program or activity by qualified handicapped persons.
(c) Self-evaluation. (1) A recipient shall, within one year of the effective date of this part:
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(i) Evaluate, with the assistance of interested persons, including handicapped persons or
organizations representing handicapped persons, its current policies and practices and the effects
thereof that do not or may not meet the requirements of this part;
(ii) Modify, after consultation with interested persons, including handicapped persons or
organizations representing handicapped persons, any policies and practices that do not meet the
requirements of this part; and
(iii) Take, after consultation with interested persons, including handicapped persons or
organizations representing handicapped persons, appropriate remedial steps to eliminate the
effects of any discrimination that resulted from adherence to these policies and practices.
(2) A recipient that employs fifteen or more persons shall, for at least three years following
completion of the evaluation required under paragraph (c)(1) of this section, maintain on file,
make available for public inspection, and provide to the Assistant Secretary upon request:
(i) A list of the interested persons consulted,
(ii) A description of areas examined and any problems identified, and
(iii) A description of any modifications made and of any remedial steps taken.
104.7 Designation of responsible employee and adoption of grievance procedures.
(a) Designation of responsible employee. A recipient that employs fifteen or more persons shall
designate at least one person to coordinate its efforts to comply with this part.
(b) Adoption of grievance procedures. A recipient that employs fifteen or more persons shall
adopt grievance procedures that incorporate appropriate due process standards and that provide
for the prompt and equitable resolution of complaints alleging any action prohibited by this part.
Such procedures need not be established with respect to complaints from applicants for
employment or from applicants for admission to postsecondary educational institutions.
104.8 Notice.
(a) A recipient that employs fifteen or more persons shall take appropriate initial and continuing
steps to notify participants, beneficiaries, applicants, and employees, including those with
impaired vision or hearing, and unions or professional organizations holding collective
bargaining or professional agreements with the recipient that it does not discriminate on the basis
of handicap in violation of section 504 and this part. The notification shall state, where
appropriate, that the recipient does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or
employment in, its program or activity. The notification shall also include an identification of the
responsible employee designated pursuant to 104.7(a). A recipient shall make the initial
notification required by this paragraph within 90 days of the effective date of this part. Methods
of initial and continuing notification may include the posting of notices, publication in
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newspapers and magazines, placement of notices in recipients' publication, and distribution of
memoranda or other written communications.
(b) If a recipient publishes or uses recruitment materials or publications containing general
information that it makes available to participants, beneficiaries, applicants, or employees, it
shall include in those materials or publications a statement of the policy described in paragraph
(a) of this section. A recipient may meet the requirement of this paragraph either by including
appropriate inserts in existing materials and publications or by revising and reprinting the
materials and publications.
104.9 Administrative requirements for small recipients.
The Assistant Secretary may require any recipient with fewer than fifteen employees, or any
class of such recipients, to comply with 104.7 and 104.8, in whole or in part, when the Assistant
Secretary finds a violation of this part or finds that such compliance will not significantly impair
the ability of the recipient or class of recipients to provide benefits or services.
104.10 Effect of state or local law or other requirements and effect of employment
opportunities.
(a) The obligation to comply with this part is not obviated or alleviated by the existence of any
state or local law or other requirement that, on the basis of handicap, imposes prohibitions or
limits upon the eligibility of qualified handicapped persons to receive services or to practice any
occupation or profession.
(b) The obligation to comply with this part is not obviated or alleviated because employment
opportunities in any occupation or profession are or may be more limited for handicapped
persons than for non-handicapped persons.
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Subpart D -- Preschool, Elementary, and Secondary Education
104.31 Application of this subpart.
Subpart D applies to preschool, elementary, secondary, and adult education programs or
activities that receive Federal financial assistance and to recipients that operate, or that receive
Federal financial assistance for the operation of, such programs or activities.
104.32 Location and notification.
A recipient that operates a public elementary or secondary education program or activity shall
annually:
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(a) Undertake to identify and locate every qualified handicapped person residing in the
recipient's jurisdiction who is not receiving a public education; and
(b) Take appropriate steps to notify handicapped persons and their parents or guardians of the
recipient's duty under this subpart.
104.33 Free appropriate public education.
(a) General. A recipient that operates a public elementary or secondary education program or
activity shall provide a free appropriate public education to each qualified handicapped person
who is in the recipient's jurisdiction, regardless of the nature or severity of the person's handicap.
(b) Appropriate education. (1) For the purpose of this subpart, the provision of an appropriate
education is the provision of regular or special education and related aids and services that (i) are
designed to meet individual educational needs of handicapped persons as adequately as the needs
of non-handicapped persons are met and (ii) are based upon adherence to procedures that satisfy
the requirements of 104.34, 104.35, and 104.36.
(2) Implementation of an Individualized Education Program developed in accordance with the
Education of the Handicapped Act is one means of meeting the standard established in paragraph
(b)(1)(i) of this section.
(3) A recipient may place a handicapped person or refer such a person for aid, benefits, or
services other than those that it operates or provides as its means of carrying out the requirements
of this subpart. If so, the recipient remains responsible for ensuring that the requirements of this
subpart are met with respect to any handicapped person so placed or referred.
(c) Free education -- (1) General. For the purpose of this section, the provision of a free
education is the provision of educational and related services without cost to the handicapped
person or to his or her parents or guardian, except for those fees that are imposed on nonhandicapped persons or their parents or guardian. It may consist either of the provision of free
services or, if a recipient places a handicapped person or refers such person for aid, benefits, or
services not operated or provided by the recipient as its means of carrying out the requirements
of this subpart, of payment for the costs of the aid, benefits, or services. Funds available from
any public or private agency may be used to meet the requirements of this subpart. Nothing in
this section shall be construed to relieve an insurer or similar third party from an otherwise valid
obligation to provide or pay for services provided to a handicapped person.
(2) Transportation. If a recipient places a handicapped person or refers such person for aid,
benefits, or services not operated or provided by the recipient as its means of carrying out the
requirements of this subpart, the recipient shall ensure that adequate transportation to and from
the aid, benefits, or services is provided at no greater cost than would be incurred by the person
or his or her parents or guardian if the person were placed in the aid, benefits, or services
operated by the recipient.
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(3) Residential placement. If a public or private residential placement is necessary to provide a
free appropriate public education to a handicapped person because of his or her handicap, the
placement, including non-medical care and room and board, shall be provided at no cost to the
person or his or her parents or guardian.
(4) Placement of handicapped persons by parents. If a recipient has made available, in
conformance with the requirements of this section and 104.34, a free appropriate public
education to a handicapped person and the person's parents or guardian choose to place the
person in a private school, the recipient is not required to pay for the person's education in the
private school. Disagreements between a parent or guardian and a recipient regarding whether
the recipient has made a free appropriate public education available or otherwise regarding the
question of financial responsibility are subject to the due process procedures of 104.36.
(d) Compliance. A recipient may not exclude any qualified handicapped person from a public
elementary or secondary education after the effective date of this part. A recipient that is not, on
the effective date of this regulation, in full compliance with the other requirements of the
preceding paragraphs of this section shall meet such requirements at the earliest practicable time
and in no event later than September 1, 1978.
104.34 Educational setting.
(a) Academic setting. A recipient to which this subpart applies shall educate, or shall provide for
the education of, each qualified handicapped person in its jurisdiction with persons who are not
handicapped to the maximum extent appropriate to the needs of the handicapped person. A
recipient shall place a handicapped person in the regular educational environment operated by
the recipient unless it is demonstrated by the recipient that the education of the person in the
regular environment with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved
satisfactorily. Whenever a recipient places a person in a setting other than the regular educational
environment pursuant to this paragraph, it shall take into account the proximity of the alternate
setting to the person's home.
(b) Nonacademic settings. In providing or arranging for the provision of nonacademic and
extracurricular services and activities, including meals, recess periods, and the services and
activities set forth in 104.37(a)(2), a recipient shall ensure that handicapped persons participate
with non-handicapped persons in such activities and services to the maximum extent appropriate
to the needs of the handicapped person in question.
(c) Comparable facilities. If a recipient, in compliance with paragraph (a) of this section,
operates a facility that is identifiable as being for handicapped persons, the recipient shall ensure
that the facility and the services and activities provided therein are comparable to the other
facilities, services, and activities of the recipient.
104.35 Evaluation and placement.
(a) Preplacement evaluation. A recipient that operates a public elementary or secondary
education program or activity shall conduct an evaluation in accordance with the requirements of
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paragraph (b) of this section of any person who, because of handicap, needs or is believed to
need special education or related services before taking any action with respect to the initial
placement of the person in regular or special education and any subsequent significant change in
placement.
(b) Evaluation procedures. A recipient to which this subpart applies shall establish standards and
procedures for the evaluation and placement of persons who, because of handicap, need or are
believed to need special education or related services which ensure that:
(1) Tests and other evaluation materials have been validated for the specific purpose for which
they are used and are administered by trained personnel in conformance with the instructions
provided by their producer;
(2) Tests and other evaluation materials include those tailored to assess specific areas of
educational need and not merely those which are designed to provide a single general
intelligence quotient; and
(3) Tests are selected and administered so as best to ensure that, when a test is administered to a
student with impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills, the test results accurately reflect the
student's aptitude or achievement level or whatever other factor the test purports to measure,
rather than reflecting the student's impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills (except where
those skills are the factors that the test purports to measure).
(c) Placement procedures. In interpreting evaluation data and in making placement decisions, a
recipient shall (1) draw upon information from a variety of sources, including aptitude and
achievement tests, teacher recommendations, physical condition, social or cultural background,
and adaptive behavior, (2) establish procedures to ensure that information obtained from all such
sources is documented and carefully considered, (3) ensure that the placement decision is made
by a group of persons, including persons knowledgeable about the child, the meaning of the
evaluation data, and the placement options, and (4) ensure that the placement decision is made in
conformity with 104.34.
(d) Reevaluation. A recipient to which this section applies shall establish procedures, in
accordance with paragraph (b) of this section, for periodic reevaluation of students who have
been provided special education and related services. A reevaluation procedure consistent with
the Education for the Handicapped Act is one means of meeting this requirement.
104.36 Procedural safeguards.
A recipient that operates a public elementary or secondary education program or activity shall
establish and implement, with respect to actions regarding the identification, evaluation, or
educational placement of persons who, because of handicap, need or are believed to need special
instruction or related services, a system of procedural safeguards that includes notice, an
opportunity for the parents or guardian of the person to examine relevant records, an impartial
hearing with opportunity for participation by the person's parents or guardian and representation
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by counsel, and a review procedure. Compliance with the procedural safeguards of section 615
of the Education of the Handicapped Act is one means of meeting this requirement.
104.37 Nonacademic services.
(a) General. (1) A recipient to which this subpart applies shall provide non-academic and
extracurricular services and activities in such manner as is necessary to afford handicapped
students an equal opportunity for participation in such services and activities.
(2) Nonacademic and extracurricular services and activities may include counseling services,
physical recreational athletics, transportation, health services, recreational activities, special
interest groups or clubs sponsored by the recipients, referrals to agencies which provide
assistance to handicapped persons, and employment of students, including both employment by
the recipient and assistance in making available outside employment.
(b) Counseling services. A recipient to which this subpart applies that provides personal,
academic, or vocational counseling, guidance, or placement services to its students shall provide
these services without discrimination on the basis of handicap. The recipient shall ensure that
qualified handicapped students are not counseled toward more restrictive career objectives than
are non-handicapped students with similar interests and abilities.
(c) Physical education and athletics. (1) In providing physical education courses and athletics
and similar aid, benefits, or services to any of its students, a recipient to which this subpart
applies may not discriminate on the basis of handicap. A recipient that offers physical education
courses or that operates or sponsors interscholastic, club, or intramural athletics shall provide to
qualified handicapped students an equal opportunity for participation.
(2) A recipient may offer to handicapped students physical education and athletic activities that
are separate or different from those offered to non-handicapped students only if separation or
differentiation is consistent with the requirements of 104.34 and only if no qualified handicapped
student is denied the opportunity to compete for teams or to participate in courses that are not
separate or different.
104.38 Preschool and adult education.
A recipient to which this subpart applies that provides preschool education or day care or adult
education may not, on the basis of handicap, exclude qualified handicapped persons and shall
take into account the needs of such persons in determining the aid, benefits, or services to be
provided.
104.39 Private education.
(a) A recipient that provides private elementary or secondary education may not, on the basis of
handicap, exclude a qualified handicapped person if the person can, with minor adjustments, be
provided an appropriate education, as defined in 104.33(b)(1), within that recipients program or
activity.
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(b) A recipient to which this section applies may not charge more for the provision of an
appropriate education to handicapped persons than to non-handicapped persons except to the
extent that any additional charge is justified by a substantial increase in cost to the recipient.
(c) A recipient to which this section applies that provides special education shall do so in
accordance with the provisions of 104.35 and 104.36. Each recipient to which this section
applies is subject to the provisions of 104.34, 104.37, and 104.38.
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The following information is from the Office for Civil Rights website relating to the Notice
of Non-Discrimination requirements included in the various federal laws that OCR
enforces. Note the Sample Notice of Non-Discrimination at the conclusion of the
materials.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
U.S. Department of Education
Office for Civil Rights
Washington, D.C. 20202-1100
January 1999
Introduction
The Department of Education's (ED) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces several statutes
that protect the rights of beneficiaries in programs or activities that receive financial
assistance from ED. These laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, and
national origin (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964), sex (Title IX of the Education
Amendments of 1972), disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973), and age
(Age Discrimination Act of 1975). OCR also has responsibilities under Title II of the
Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits state and local governments from
discriminating on the grounds of disability.
This fact sheet explains the requirements for schools, colleges, state and local governments
that receive federal funds to issue notices of non-discrimination, clarifies the information
that they should include in their non-discrimination notices, and provides a sample notice of
non-discrimination. This fact sheet is designed to assist education institutions in establishing
a notice of non-discrimination that meets the requirements of the applicable regulations.
Notice of Non-discrimination Requirements
The regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, and the Age Discrimination Act
contain requirements for recipients to issue notices of non-discrimination. (See 34 C.F.R.
Sections 100.6(d), 106.9, 104.8, and 110.25, respectively.) The Title II regulation also
contains a notice requirement that applies to all units of government, whether or not they
receive federal aid. (See 28 C.F.R. Section 35.106.)
These regulations require that recipients notify students, parents and others that they do
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, and age.
However, these regulations contain minor differences relating to the required content of
recipient notices of non-discrimination and the methods used to publish them.
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The Title VI regulation requires schools and colleges to notify students and others of the
regulatory provisions in a manner that a responsible ED official would find necessary to tell
students of their protections against discrimination under the statute and regulation.
The Title IX and the Section 504 regulations both contain more detailed requirements that
specify the information that must be included in a notice of non-discrimination. These
regulations also require recipients to designate at least one employee to coordinate efforts
to comply with and carry out responsibilities.
The Title IX regulation requires schools and colleges to implement specific and continuing
steps to inform students and others of the protections against discrimination on the basis of
sex. The notification must state that the requirement of non-discrimination in educational
programs and activities extends to employment and admission. It also must say that
questions about Title IX may be referred to the employee designated to coordinate Title IX
compliance or to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights. Schools are required to include the
name, address, and telephone number of the designated coordinator in their notifications.
The Section 504 regulation requires that a school employing 15 or more persons must
implement appropriate, continuing steps to notify students and others that the school does
not discriminate on the basis of disability in violation of the statute and regulation. The
notification must state, where appropriate, that the education institution does not
discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to its programs or activities. The notification
also must state that the institution does not discriminate in employment in its programs or
activities. The employee designated to coordinate compliance with Section 504 regulations
must be identified in the notification.
The Title II regulation requires that a public entity generally make information regarding the
provisions of Title II available to applicants, participants and other interested persons.
The regulation implementing the Age Discrimination Act requires a school or college to
notify its students and applicants of information regarding the provisions of the Act and the
regulations applicability to specific programs. The notice must identify the compliance
coordinator by name or title, address, and telephone number.
Methods of Notification
In accordance with the Title IX and Section 504 regulations, notification may include posting
information notices, publishing in local newspapers, and publishing in newspapers and
magazines operated by the school or its students, publishing in alumnae or alumni
newspapers or magazines, or distributing memoranda or other written communications to
students and employees. In addition, recipients are required to include a statement of
nondiscriminatory policy in any bulletins, announcements, publications, catalogs, application
forms, or other recruitment materials that are made available to participants, students,
applicants, or employees. As noted in the pertinent Section 504 regulation, schools may
meet this requirement either by including appropriate inserts in existing materials and
publications or by revising and reprinting the materials and publications.
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Neither the Title VI regulation, the Age Discrimination Act regulation, nor the Title II
regulation specifies the methods to be used by recipients in publishing notices of nondiscrimination.
Combined Requirements
OCR recognizes the variations among the regulations governing notice requirements and
understands that schools and colleges may wish to use one statement to comply with all
requirements of the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, and the Age
Discrimination Act. Public institutions also may wish to include Title II of the ADA in their
statement. OCR encourages one combined notice for the regulations.
A combined non-discrimination notice should contain two basic elements: (1) a statement of
non-discrimination that specifies the basis for non-discrimination; and (2) identification by
name or title, address, and telephone number of the employee or employees responsible for
coordinating the compliance efforts.
The regulations do not require that a recipient identify the pertinent regulations by title.
Please see the sample notice beginning on page 5.
The Title IX regulation requires a recipient to provide the name of the person responsible for
its compliance effort in addition to the address and telephone number where that person
may be contacted. However, because OCR recognizes that the inclusion of a person's name
in a non-discrimination notice may result in an overly burdensome requirement to republish
the notice if a person leaves the coordinator position, it is acceptable for a recipient to
identify its coordinator only through a position title.
The Section 504 regulation does not require a recipient to include the address or telephone
number of the responsible employee assigned to coordinate its compliance efforts. However,
OCR considers that identifying the responsible employee without information on how to
contact that person does not constitute an effective notice. An acceptable nondiscrimination notice should provide information on how to contact the responsible
employee.
Compliance with the notification requirements of Section 504 will also generally satisfy the
notification requirements of Title II for state and local governments.
Although the Section 504 and Title IX regulations state that schools and colleges, where
appropriate, shall specify non-discrimination in the areas of admission and employment, a
general statement indicating non-discrimination in all programs is acceptable.
The Title IX regulation indicates that inquiries concerning the application of the Title IX
regulations may be referred to the coordinator or to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights.
An acceptable notice may include the names and titles of either one or both individuals. If a
recipient designates two different people to coordinate compliance with Section 504 and
Title IX, both names and titles should be included in the notice.
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Sample Notice of Non-discrimination
The following sample notice of non-discrimination meets the minimum requirements of the
regulations enforced by OCR:
The (Name of Recipient) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been
designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Name and/or Title
Address
Telephone No.
Name and/or Title
Address
Telephone No.
For further information on notice of non-discrimination, see list of OCR enforcement offices
for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-(800)-4213481
* For use when more than one official has been designated to coordinate civil rights
compliance.
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The following sample “Public Notice” may be used to assist in satisfying Section
504/Title II’s Child Find requirements. The Notice can be placed in district
buildings, on the district’s website, in various public media such as newspapers,
and in various district publications such as handbooks and brochures.
504/TITLE II PUBLIC NOTICE
The Poplar Bluff R-1 School District, as a recipient of federal financial assistance from the United States
Department of Education and operates a public elementary or secondary education program and/or
activity, is required to undertake to identify and locate every qualified person residing in the District who
is not receiving a public education; and take appropriate steps to notify disabled persons and their parents
or guardians of the District’s duty.
The Poplar Bluff R-1 School District assures that it will provide a free appropriate public education
(FAPE) to each qualified disabled person in the District’s jurisdiction regardless of the nature or severity
of the person’s disability. For purposes of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of
the Americans with Disabilities Act, the provision of an appropriate education is the provision of regular
or special and related aids and services that (i) are designed to meet individual educational needs of
disabled persons as adequately as the needs of nondisabled persons are met and (ii) are based on
adherence to procedures that satisfy the requirements of the 504 federal regulations.
The Poplar Bluff R-1 School District has developed a 504/Title II Procedures Manual for the
implementation of federal regulations for Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Subpart D. This
Procedures Manual may be reviewed on the Poplar Bluff R-1 Schools website:
poplarbluffschools.net
This notice will be provided in native languages as appropriate.
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STUDENTS
Regulation 2110
Nondiscrimination and Student Rights
Equal Education Opportunity/§504 Procedural Safeguards
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act were designed to
eliminate discrimination on the basis of disability. To that end, Section 504 provides, in pertinent part,
as follows:
No otherwise qualified individual with a disability in the United States shall, solely by
reason of her or his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the
benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving
Federal financial assistance.
A disabled person under Section 504 is defined as any person who has a physical or mental impairment
that substantially limits one or more major life activities.
Pursuant to Subpart D of the 504 federal regulations, a recipient of federal financial assistance that
operates a public elementary or secondary education program must establish and implement, with
respect to actions regarding the identification, evaluation, or educational placement of persons who,
because of disability, need or are believed to need special instruction or related services, a system of
procedural safeguards. The following is a description of the procedural safeguards or rights granted by
federal law to students with 504 disabilities and/or their parents or legal guardians and to those students
who are suspected of having a 504 disability and/or their parents or legal guardians. Parents/guardian of
students who are suspected of or identified with a disability under the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act are provided with copies of the IDEA procedural safeguards unless those students have a
separately identified 504 disability that is not addressed through an IEP.
Parent and Student Rights Under Section 504:
1. Parents/guardian and students have the right to be informed by the School District of their rights
under Section 504. The purpose of these Procedural Safeguards is to advise you of those rights.
2. A student with a 504 disability has the right to a free appropriate public education. An
appropriate education is defined as the provision of regular or special education and related aids
and services that are designed to meet the individual educational needs of the disabled person as
adequately as the needs of nondisabled persons are met and are based upon adherence to 504
regulatory procedures.
3. The provision of a free education is the provision of educational and related services without cost
to the disabled person or to his or her parents or guardian, except for those fees that are imposed
on nondisabled persons or their parents or guardian. Funds available from any public or private
agency may be used to meet this requirement. Under the law, insurers and other third parties are
not relieved from an otherwise valid obligation to provide or pay for services for a disabled
student.
4. A child with a disability has the right to take part in, and receive benefits from, public education
programs without discrimination because of his/her disability.
5. The parents(s) or guardian of a child with a disability have the right to receive notice with
respect to the identification, evaluation, or placement of the child.
6. A student with a disability has the right to receive services and be educated in facilities that are
comparable to those provided to nondisabled students.
7. A student with a disability has the right to have evaluation, education and placement decisions
made based on a variety of information sources, and by persons who know the student and are
knowledgeable about the evaluation data and placement options. The student also has the right
to be periodically reevaluated.
8. A student with a disability has an equal opportunity to participate in nonacademic and
extracurricular activities offered by the District.
9. A student with a disability has the right to have transportation provided to and from an
alternative placement setting (if the setting is in a program not operated by the District) at no
greater cost to the parent/guardian than would be incurred if the student were placed in a
programed operated by the District.
10. The parents/guardian of a student with a disability or an eligible student (over the age of 18)
have the right to examine all relevant records relating to decisions regarding the student’s
identification, evaluation and placement.
11. The parents/guardian of a student with a disability or an eligible student and/or the District have
the right to request an impartial due process hearing relating to decisions or actions relating to
the student’s identification, evaluation, program or placement and the parents or guardian have
the right to be represented by counsel in such hearings. The parents or guardian or eligible
student and/or the District also have the right to a review procedure involving such hearings.
The procedures for requesting an impartial due process shearing and the relevant review
procedures are described below.
12. The parents/guardian of a student with a disability or an eligible student have the right to file a
local grievance with the District for issues unrelated to the identification, evaluation, program or
placement of the student. Board Policy 1621 describes the procedures for filing a grievance and
can be requested by contacting the Superintendent.
Persons who believe that the district is discriminating against eligible persons on the basis of
disability may also file complaints with the District’s Section 504 Coordinator and/or the address
for the Kansas City Office of OCR is: OCR, U.S. Department of Education, 601 E. 12th St.,
Kansas City, Missouri 64106. The Kansas City office’s jurisdiction extends to the states of
Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Oklahoma. For a list of other regional offices
and their coverage area, see www.ed.gov.
The District’s Section 504 Coordinator may be reached at 573-785-2248.
Due Process Appeal Procedures:
This procedure should be used if the parent(s), legal guardian or eligible student intends to
challenge actions the District proposes or refuses under 504 regarding the identification,
evaluation, program or placement of a student with a disability. The District also has the right to
initiate a 504 due process hearing regarding these same matters.
1. If a parent, legal guardian or eligible student intends to challenge the action proposed or
refused by the District, the parent/guardian or eligible student must file a written Request for
504 Due Process Hearing within 15 calendar school days from the date of the District’s
written notice of the proposed or refused action. A copy of this form is attached to these
Procedural Safeguards. The Request for 504 Due Process hearing should be filed with the
District’s Section 504 Coordinator.
If the District intends to initiate a Section 504 due process hearing, the District’s Section 504
Coordinator will complete the Request for a 504 Due Process Hearing within the same
number of calendar days as specified above.
2. The Request for a 504 Due Process Hearing must state the specific circumstances, including
all relevant facts, giving rise to the request for due process; the specific issues to be decided
at the impartial due process hearing; and the relief being requested. The District will
acknowledge, in writing, all parent/guardian requests for a due process hearing within 15
business school days of receipt. If the District initiates the due process hearing, the District
will inform the parent or guardian within 15 school days of the District’s decision to so
initiate.
3. The District will, within 15 business school days of the District’s or parent/guardian’s receipt
of the Request for a 504 Due Process Hearing, appoint and retain a single impartial hearing
officer to hear and decide the due process request. The hearing officer must have knowledge
or training in Section 504 and may not be an employee of the District. The hearing officer
may not have a personal or professional interest that would conflict with his/her objectivity in
the hearing. The District is not required to consult with the parent/guardian or eligible
student with respect to the hearing officer appointment.
4. The parties to the hearing have the following rights:
a. The right to inspect all relevant records, including personally identifiable records of
the student;
b. The right to be represented and advised by an attorney;
c. The right to present evidence and confront, cross-examine and compel the attendance
of witnesses;
d. The right to obtain a record of the hearing;
e. The right to obtain written findings of fact, conclusions of law, and decision.
5. The parents or guardian have the right to open the hearing to the public; otherwise, it Section
504/Title II due process hearings will be closed. The parents or guardian may elect to have
the student present at the hearing.
6. The hearing officer must hold the hearing within 30 45 calendar days of his/her appointment
as hearing officer. This timeline may be extended upon the request of the party or parties and
by agreement and order of the hearing officer.
7. Each hearing must be conducted at a time and place which is reasonably convenient to the
District and the parents or guardian. The District’s facilities will be presumed to be a
reasonably convenient location but the parents or guardian may challenge this presumption
with the hearing officer.
8. The party that requested the due process hearing may not raise issues at the due process
hearing that were not addressed in the Request for a 504 Due Process Hearing unless the
other party agrees.
9. The hearing officer shall render a final, written decision no later than 20 15 calendar days
following the completion of the hearing. A decision may be rendered after 30 15 calendar
days, if either party requests an extension of this timeframe, and for good cause shown. The
decision of the hearing is final and binding, subject to the procedures outlined below.
10. The District is responsible for costs directly attributable to the provision of administration
hearings described in these procedures, including compensation of the hearing officer,
transcripts or recordings of the hearing, and other related expenses. The District is not
responsible for the costs of legal counsel or other representative of the parent/guardian or
eligible student or for the costs of producing or reproducing the evidence presented by the
parent/guardian or eligible student.
11. Any timelines specified herein may be extended by agreement of the District and
parent/guardian or eligible student or by order of the hearing officer.
12. Any party aggrieved by the decision of the impartial hearing officer may appeal that decision
to any court of competent jurisdiction.
03-25-10/06-09-11/10-17-13
Poplar Bluff R-1
Personnel Office
MEMO
To:
Mr. Chris Hon, Superintendent and Board of Education
From:
Dr. Amy Jackson, Assistant Superintendent-Personnel
Date:
June 14, 2016
Re:
Additional Staffing Needs for Special Education 2016-17
Mr. Hon:
As was discussed with the board, special education class sizes were projected to be
high at the middle school level. In reviewing the most current projections, it is
recommended the board approve an additional special education teacher to provide
adequate staffing for the Poplar Bluff Middle School.
We currently have three teachers for both fourth and fifth grade and two teachers for
sixth grade special education students. Sixth grade teachers have approximately 34
students on their case-load. It is recommended the board approve an additional sixth
grade special education teaching position in order to reduce class sizes. The
addition position will allow more inclusion in the regular education setting in order to
meet the academic, social, and emotional need of students within the least restrictive
environment.
Thank you,
Amy
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Poplar Bluff R-1
Personnel Office
MEMO
To:
Mr. Chris Hon, Superintendent and Board of Education
From:
Dr. Amy Jackson, Assistant Superintendent-Personnel
Date:
June 14, 2016
Re:
Proposed salary adjustment for athletic director administrative assistant
Mr. Hon & Board of Education:
Based on the responsibilities of the Athletic Director’s Administrative Assistant and
Mr. Kent Keith’s recommendation, it is our recommendation the board increase the
position to base +.50 of the classified salary schedule and move the position from
205 work days per year to 240 annually with a 40 hour work week. The position is
currently a 35 hour a week position.
Thank you,
Amy
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Office of the Superintendent
1110 N. Westwood Blvd.
Poplar Bluff, Missouri 63901
573-785-7751
573-785-0336 (FAX)
Rod Priest
Associate Superintendent of Finance
[email protected]
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
RE: Lunch and Breakfast Pricing
Dear Board of Education:
The USDA has required districts to begin increasing prices for school lunches to provide equity between
what they reimburse districts for a free lunch and what the district charges for a full paid lunch. The
thought is that districts are using some of the free reimbursement to supplement pricing for those that do
not qualify.
The district currently charges $2.10 at 5-12 and $1.85 at grades K-4. The USDA reimburses the district
$3.01 that includes an additional .06 for voluntarily complying with USDA regulations earlier than
required.
I have included the USDA calculator that uses a weighted average to determine price. Currently the
districts weighted average is $2.03. The calculator determines we must be at least $2.13 average.
The USDA requires $2.78 per meal, but limits the increase required to 2% plus CPI (4.97%).
Last year we rounded down and did not raise the price of the meals even though food and personnel costs
increased .063 per meal.
In order to meet federal guidelines it is recommended that the district increase prices by .10 across the
board to reach the average of 2.13.
Respectfully,
Rod Priest
Achieving excellence through learning: Every child – Every hour – Every day
Go to instructions
SFA NAME:
POPLAR BLUFF R-I
SY2016-2017 Weighted Average Pricing Report
This report assists in tracking the pricing requirements and amounts carried forward for SY
2016-2017. Information on this report is used to determine the
SY 2016-2017 weighted average price requirements.
Please print and keep in records.
NOTE: If information is changed in the tool, the report contents will change.
Section 1: SY2016-2017 Weighted Average Paid Price Requirements
A. SY 2016-17 Weighted Average Price Requirement*:
*This price will be entered into the SY 2017-2018 tool to determine the
$2.13
SY2017-2018 weighted average price requirements
$2.10
B. Optional Price ROUNDED DOWN to nearest 5 cents:
Section 2: Amounts Carried Forward to SY 2017-2018
Select the SY 2016-2017 method used to ensure sufficient funds are provided for PAID
Lunches
Average Weighted Price Adjustments
A. Remaining increase carried forward to SY 2017-18:
$0.00
B. Remaining credit carried forward to SY 2017-18:
$0.00
Enter in the new average weighted price for SY 2016-17:
Non-Federal Source Contributions
C. Remaining Annual Non-Federal Source Contribution carried
forward to SY 2017-18:
D. Remaining Credit carried forward to SY 2017-18:
N/A
N/A
Enter the amount of Non-Federal Source contributions for SY
2016-17:
Enter Sources of Non-Federal Funds Contributed:
Split Calculations
E. Remaining Annual Non-Federal Source Contribution carried
forward to SY 2017-18:
N/A
F. Remaining Credit carried forward to SY 2017-18:
N/A
Enter the amount of Non-Federal Source contributions for SY
2016-17:
Enter the new average weighted price for SY 2016-17:
November 2015
SFA NAME:
Poplar Bluff R-I
SY 2016-17 Price Adjustment Calculator
SY 2016-17 Weighted Average Price
Requirement
Go to Instructions
Optional price
Requirement price
requirement
to the nearest
ROUNDED DOWN to
cent
nearest 5 cent
$
2.13
$
2.10
Note: Above prices are based on adjusting
SY 2015-2016 price requirement by the 2% rate
increase plus the Consumer Price Index (2.97%)
SY 2015-16 Weighted Average Price Calculator
Enter the paid prices and number of paid lunches sold at each price for
October 2015.
Monthly # of Paid
Lunches
1.
2.
3.
4.
5,274
14,612
Paid Lunch
Price
$
$
1.85
2.10
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
TOTAL
Monthly Revenue
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
19,886
$
SY 2015-16 Weighted
Average Price
9,756.90
30,685.20
40,442.10
$
2.03
Note: SY 2015-16 Weighted Average Price equal to or above $2.78 are compliant for SY
2016-17. $2.78 is the difference between the Free and Paid reimbursement rates for SY
2015-16.
Total Price Increase
for SY 2016-17
$
0.07
Required price increase for SY 2016-17 (with
10 cent cap)
$
Go to SY2016-2017 Report
2.10
$
Remaining increase carried forward
to SY 2017-18
-
$
Remaining credit carried forward
to SY 2017-18
-
Step 3 (Optional)
Pricing Estimation Calculator
Below is a tool allowing users to manipulate prices to achieve the required new weighted average price.
Monthly # of Paid
Lunches
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
TOTAL
-
Paid Lunch
Price
Monthly Revenue Weighted Average Price
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
-
Note: This tool is created to allow the user to only enter the number of paid lunches and the related prices. If any other parts of the tool
are modified, the user runs the risk of calculating an incorrect new average price. Users should not modify the tool's current
functionality. November 2015
FIELD REPORT
Project:
Contractor:
Report by:
Date:
Aaron Duncan
June 17, 2016
Poplar Bluff High School
K & S Associates, Inc.
Weather: 90 degrees, partly cloudy.
Recent work accomplished: Painting in Area “C”. Locker room area is primed. Mud and tape
in shower rooms. Guard rail installed at gymnasium catwalk. Drywall on upper floor of locker
room area has been primed. Drywall mud and tape in the Area “B” commons. Porcelain wall
tile installed. Ceilings in the office area “A”.
Work in progress: Paint primer and ceiling paint in gymnasium. Grading around Area “C”.
Plumbing installation in the locker rooms. Restroom wall tile in Area “C”. MEP installation in Area
“G”. Spray-on fire protection is in progress in Area “D”. Metal stud framing in Area “D” former
library. Work continues at transition between Area “B” and “D”. Science casework and fume
hood installation in upper “A” classrooms. Concrete paving at Area “A” entry. Masonry
installation at football grandstands.
Remarks:
FIELD REPORT
Project:
Contractor:
Report by:
Date:
Aaron Duncan
June 17, 2016
Poplar Bluff Middle School
Zoellner Construction
Weather: 90 degrees, sunny.
Recent work accomplished: Parking and victory lane have been connected to the loop drive.
A good amount of metal sheathing has been installed. Storefronts are in place. Soffits have
been framed up and sheathed in the library. Drywall is installed on the library feature wall.
Wood doors and cabinets are placed in the office area. Ceiling grid is up in the corridors. VCT
is installed in Area “C” corridor. Toilet partitions are in place.
Work in progress: Old “C” Building demolition is in progress. Concrete drive paving is still in
progress. Drywall tape and mudding in Areas “A” and “B”. Low voltage wiring being run.
Ceiling installation in Area “B”. Demolition in old “A” and “B” Buildings. Concrete foundations
are being built for connector piece between existing “A” and ”B” buildings. Grading work in
progress in front of the gymnasium. New metal stud framing is being installed in existing “B”
Building.
Remarks: