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JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD

Friday, January 11, 2019 - 6:08pm

JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD

Regular Meeting

Minutes of the regular Jamestown School Board meeting held on Monday, November 5, 2018, 5:15 pm in the Thompson Community room in the Middle School.

Present: Roger Haut, President, Heidi Larson, Vice President, Greg Allen, Melissa Gleason, Jason Rohr, Jennifer Schmidt, Robert Toso, Steve Veldkamp, Superintendent, Robert Lech and Sally Ost, Business Manager. Diane Hanson absent.

President Haut called the meeting to order and welcomed Tom LaVenture from the Jamestown Sun and Amy Neustel, Administrative Assistant.

Guests: Cheryl Schmidt, Elizabeth Siebert, Cody Mickelson, Emma Mickelson, Mari Stilwell, Pam Riederer, Madelyn Rienarts, Mackenzie Johnson, Beth Fritz, Sheena Neys, Luke Anderson, and Deb Hanson.

Mr. Toso moved, seconded by Mr. Veldkamp to approve the consent agenda which consisted of October 1, 2018 regular school board meeting minutes, payment of bills, submission of E-Rate application for Jamestown Public Schools and James Valley Career and Technology Center and appoint the District Administrator or his designee as authorized representative, and open enrollment waiver of a 12th grade Pingree- Buchanan student to attend Jamestown Public School for the 2018-2019 school year. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Jamestown School Board recognized staff members for years of service to JPS:

10 years- Beth Fritz, Sheena Neys, Kelvin Fisher, Cheryl Schmidt, Debbie Wegner, Kim Kreil, Pamela Riederer, Pat Smith, Cody Mickelson and Elizabeth Siebert.

25 years Deb Hanson, Mari Stilwell and Linda Kessler.

President Haut read a thank you from the NDSBA for our school board presenting at the convention this year.

Mr. Luke Anderson, Gussner Elementary Principal, reported on relationship mapping and how staff and students work to have positive relationships and culture in the school. Gussner Elementary has activities to encourage positive relationships with reading partners, walking program, postcard/ business card program. All of JPS buildings do relationship mapping designed to their building. Mr. Anderson and Dr. Lech presented relationship mapping at the NDCEL conference. Mr. Ted Dintersmith, came last year to visit with the Administrators regarding relationship mapping. Mr. Dintersmith is organizing a filming this year of this practice and included Gussner Elementary. The film will be part of the Innovation Playlist for other districts to review for implementation.

Mr. Greg Allen arrived at 5:30 pm.

Madlyn Reinharts, Student Council President, reported they are planning on 25 members to attend the state convention in December 9-11. The members sold pizzas to fundraise to attend the convention. Students pay the cost if over the amount raised. The fall blood drive is November 8th and 9th.

School Board members discussed highlights from the ND School Board Convention.

Superintendent Lech reported on positive presentations that were done by several people in the district. Presentation on relationship mapping at NDCEL, filming of Gussner Elementary for the implementation of relationship mapping, the school board presenting at NDSBA and Dr. Lech presented ancillary services to the Business Managers section at NDSBA.

Superintendent Lech reported on the partnership of Central Valley Health and Jamestown Public Schools to receive the safe routes to school grant and the details of what sidewalks were completed. This partnership would like to work on another grant to complete more sidewalks. An easement from Otter Tail Power Company will be coming soon for approval to put lighting on the path between Two Rivers Activity Center and the High School.

Superintendent Lech reported there is an addendum coming up later in the agenda for JRMC to assist with tournaments we may host. There will be no change in cost.

Superintendent Lech reported that Jamestown Public Schools will be issuing a check to NDSCS for the Adult Farm Business program they are taking over. The funds are from tuition paid to us for this program. The Career and Technology Center will provide an office for this program.

Superintendent Lech reported on a great opportunity for our teachers at Jamestown Public Schools. ND State University will have a Teacher Leadership Academy held next summer to assist teachers access to a Masters in Educational Leadership. There is no cost to the district. The benefit to teachers is access to the degree, a cohort model that develops and sustains leadership relationships, embedded relevancy as the curriculum is based around the school district and course delivery is provided on the JPS campus.

Mrs. Schmidt moved, seconded by Mrs. Gleason to approve the addendum to the Athletic Training contract. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried. The Board thanks JRMC for their support.

Mr. Rohr moved, seconded by Mr. Toso to approve the September monthly financials. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

President Haut informed the Board members on the process of voting on each section of the Superintendents Evaluation and then vote on the overall evaluation.

Mrs. Larson moved, seconded by Mr. Allen to satisfactory rating on Section 1 Goal and Vision Setting with a score of 3.77 out of 4.00. Roll call vote: Haut, yes; Larson, yes; Rohr, yes; Schmidt, yes; Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes; Allen, yes; Gleason, yes. Passed 8-0. Motion carried.

Mr. Toso moved, seconded by Mrs. Schmidt to satisfactory rating on Section 2 Board Relations with a score of 3.84 out of 4.00. Roll call vote: Larson, yes; Rohr, yes; Schmidt, yes; Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes; Allen, yes; Gleason, yes; Haut, yes. Passed 8-0. Motion carried.

Mr. Rohr moved, seconded by Mr. Allen to satisfactory rating on Section 3 Human Resource Management with a score of 3.67 out of 4.00. Roll call vote; Rohr, yes; Schmidt, yes; Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes; Allen, yes; Gleason, yes; Haut, yes; Larson, yes. Passed 8-0. Motion carried.

Mrs. Schmidt moved, seconded by Mr. Toso to satisfactory rating on Section 4 Curriculum and Student Support Services with a score of 3.73 out of 4.00. Roll call vote: Schmidt, yes; Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes; Allen, yes; Gleason, yes; Haut, yes; Larson, yes; Rohr, yes. Passed 8-2. Motion carried.

Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mrs. Larson to satisfactory rating on Section 5 Community Relations with a score of 3.82 out of 4.00. Roll call vote: Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes; Allen, yes; Gleason, yes; Haut, yes; Larson, yes; Rohr, yes; Schmidt, yes. Passed 8-0. Motion carried.

Mrs. Larson moved, seconded by Mr. Allen to satisfactory rating on Section 6 Operating and Resource Management with a score of 3.86 out of 4.00. Roll call vote: Allen, yes; Gleason, yes; Haut, yes; Larson, yes; Rohr, yes; Schmidt, yes; Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes. Passed 8-0. Motion carried.

Mr. Allen moved, seconded by Mr. Toso to a overall rating of satisfactory. Roll call vote: Gleason, yes; Haut, yes; Larson, yes; Rohr, yes; Schmidt, yes; Toso, yes; Veldkamp, yes; Allen, yes. Passed 8-0. Motion carried.

Mrs. Schmidt moved, seconded by Mr. Toso to approve rescinding Substitute Teachers Policy, DJA and the first reading of Substitute Teachers Policy DJA. Subsequent regulation DJA-AR Selecting Substitute Teachers. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mr. Allen moved, seconded by Mr. Veldkamp to approve the first reading of executive session policy BCAD. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mr. Toso moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to rescind Pubic Information Program Policy B-3 and approve the first reading of Board-Public Communication Policy BGA. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mr. Allen moved, seconded by Mr. Veldkamp to approve a tutition agreement for a 7th grade and 9th grade Montpelier students to attend Jamestown Public School for the 2018-2019 school year. Roll call unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mr. Rohr moved, seconded by Mrs. Larson to approve the tuition agreements for 9th grade and 11th grade Jamestown students to attend Beach Public School for the 2018-2019 school year. Roll call unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Allen to approve a tuition agreement for a 7th grade Jamestown student to attend Pingree Buchanan Public School for the 2018-2019 school year. Roll call unanimous "yes vote. Motion carried.

Mrs. Schmidt move, seconded by Mr. Veldkamp to approve the tuition agreement for a 7th grade Jamestown student to attend Montpelier Public School for the 2018-2019 school year. Roll call unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Superintendent Lech reported Community Leaders focus group will be meeting Tuesday, November 6th to discuss what is good and what needs improvement for Jamestown Public Schools. Dr. Schatz will facilitate with Dr. Lech to bring forth this information to the 1st of 7 meeting in the coming months for the strategic plan committee.

No further business, President Haut adjourned the meeting.

January 12, 2019

JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD

Regular Meeting

Minutes of the regular Jamestown School Board meeting held on Monday, November 19, 2018, 5:15 pm in the Thompson Community room in the Middle School.

Present: Roger Haut, President, Heidi Larson, Vice President, Greg Allen, Melissa Gleason, Diane Hanson, Jason Rohr, Jennifer Schmidt, Robert Toso, Steve Veldkamp, Superintendent, Robert Lech and Sally Ost, Business Manager.

President Haut called the meeting to order and welcomed Tom LaVenture from the Jamestown Sun, Tom Ravely, CSI Cable Services and Jane Lorig, Receptionist.

Guests: Ryan Harty and Joe Hegland.

Mr. Toso moved, seconded by Mr. Allen to approve the consent agenda which consisted of November 5, 2018 regular school board meeting minutes, payment of bills, pledge securities and November 8, 2018 James Valley Career and Technology Center Superintendent meeting minutes. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mrs. Larson moved, seconded by Mr. Veldkamp the 2017-2018 Superintendents Annual Report. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Superintendent Lech reported on the partnership with Carrington School District and NDSU to bring forth a great opportunity for teachers in these districts to get a Masters in Educational Leadership through Teacher Leadership Academy. The program would have relevant themes with topics of study focused on areas specific to the Jamestown and Carrington school districts. Teachers will need to complete an application. Fifteen to Twenty applicants will be selected to enter the Teacher Leadership Academy. The program will begin June 2019.

Superintendent Lech reported the administrative team conducted a book study on Strengths - Based Leadership. The focus of the book is on cultivating individual and team strengths as opposed to solely focusing on developing ones areas of weakness. The administrative team conducted the exercise to find their strengths. The results will help administrators to develop effective teams and support various district needs.

Superintendent Lech reported the district has been doing the Marzano Teacher Evaluation System for 5 years. Marzano Evaluation protocol and processes helps develop a strong partnership between administrator and teacher.

Superintendent Lech reported Strategic Planning community leader focus group had an excellent meeting. Internal stake holders were asked questions. Staff data was brought forward to the external stakeholders to disaggregate. Superintendent Lech is in the process of gathering data and presenters for the orientation and overview meeting of the executive committee on November 27.

Superintendent Lech reported the Wellness Committee met and they defined the quarterly meetings to encompass goal setting. Last year the buildings were encouraged to set wellness goals. Current year goal would be to improve understanding of the purpose and requirements of the districts wellness policy for all stakeholders.

Superintendent Lech reported the Salary Schedule Task Force met on November 7th. This was a task force developed based on discussion at negotiations last year.

Superintendent Lech recommends to have a school board retreat in January or February. Board members are asked to let the Superintendent know of any topics that would be valuable to the retreat.

Mr. Joe Hegland and Mr. Ryan Harty reported on the AdvancEd Performance Accreditation process. The accreditation is the school improvement process.

Mr. Hegland reported the Advance-ED has a new module tool called "eProve strategies". North Dakota Department of Public Instruction has adopted this tool as a feature all schools can use to meet the states requirements for the school improvement process. August 1 there was a training on eProve strategies and 4 from our district attended. The attendees shared the information with our district school improvement leadership team. December 3rd training is scheduled for the next phase for this new tool.

Mr. Harty reported the eProve strategies relates to our Engagement Review Report from last year. The report identified two improvement priorities. The improvement priorities are the elements of the report that the district must address and report progress on to AdvancEd. The first priority is developing a comprehensive data analysis process and the second priority is developing a curriculum development process. The district is identifying the various data sources that we have each school examine in order to create a clear picture of their current situation. Each school completed a summarization report which will be shared with the District School Improvement team in December. This is the first step in developing and implementing a formal data analysis in each school in the district. This process will expand with more data as schools become more familiar with the process.

Mr. Hegland reported December 5th early dismissal will be used to work on prioritizing standards at each grade level. The vertical articulation activity will assist teachers to see what standards have been prioritized per grade level, understanding how the standards at their grade level fit into the students development, and seeing if there are any gaps in development. Teachers K-5 will be working on the Math standards and teachers 6-12 will be working on standards for their particular content.

Mr. Toso moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve the Underground Line Easement with Ottertail Power Company. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

The Memo of Understanding with Jamestown Regional Medical Center to provide short term shelter was provided for the Board to review.

Mrs. Schmidt moved, seconded by Mrs. Gleason to approve the monthly financial reports. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mrs. Larson moved, seconded by Mr. Veldkamp to rescind the Summary of Rights as Parent/Guardian Policy A-2. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mr. Allen moved, seconded by Mrs. Schmidt to approve the second reading of Substitute Teachers Policy DJA. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mrs. Schmidt moved, seconded by Mrs. Hanson to approve the first reading of Fundraising Policy HBCC and amend Policy I-9 to exhibit for HBCC. Reviewed Fundraising Activities HBCC-E2. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mr. Allen moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve the first reading of Gifts & Bequests Policy HDD. Reviewed Donated Playground Equipment HDD-AR and IRS Receipt for Charitable Contributions HDD-E. Roll call with unanimous "yes" vote. Motion carried.

Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mrs. Larson to approve the tuition agreement for a 10th grade Ellendale student to attend Jamestown Public School for the 2018-2019 school year.

No further business, President Haut adjourned the meeting.

GENERAL FUND

# 1 TREE SERVICE2,200.00

ACCENT WORKPLACE

ENVRNMNTS4,928.00

ACRYLITE68.08

AMAZON.COM1,839.86

ANDERSON, LUKE 30.00

ANDERSON, NANCY 8.77

ANNE CARLSEN CENTER100,296.55

ARMITAGE, MICHAEL 71.47

ARNTSON STEWART WEGNER 261.66

ASCD858.00

AVI SYSTEMS INC623.63

BACKGROUND INVSTGTNBUR. 70.00

BISMARCK PUBLICSCHOOL 1,419.30

BLOOM'N HOUSE40.00

BORDER STATES PAVING632.03

CABLE SERVICES INC30.83

CAROLINA BIOLGCL SUPPLY 639.45

CASHWISE131.32

CENTRAL BUSINESS SYST3,186.20

CENTRAL VALLEY HEALTH 8,090.12

CITY OF JAMESTOWN4,424.78

CLARION HOTEL163.80

CLEMENS, PHYLLIS 30.00

COLE PAPERS INC3,966.46

CONWAY, JOHN 30.00

COOP EDUC SERV

AGENCY 3,450.00

COUNTRY GARDENS 55.00

CULTIVATE 21 LLC3,250.00

DACOTAH PAPER CO1,120.52

DAHLGREN, KIMBERLY 154.50

DAKOTA BOYS & GIRLS

RANCH10,047.00

DAKOTA CENTRAL 5,512.07

DAKOTA DUST TEX 679.85

DAKOTA RAIN LAWN IRRGTN630.00

DAVE BURGESS

CONSULTING1,875.00

DELTA AIRLINES,INC1,114.20

DELZER, EDDY 30.00

DIETRICH BUS SERVICE67,338.99

DISCOVERY BENEFITS 166.95

DR ANGELA PEERY

CNSLTNG24,000.00

ECKROTH MUSIC 423.35

ECKROTH, KAREN 328.50

EDENS, BRYAN 35.76

EDUTECH40.00

ENERGY TECH SYSTEMS 695.74

ESPECIAL NEEDS 68.94

FAIRFIELD INN 374.00

FAIRFIELD INN89.00

FARMERS UNION COOP 35.93

FASTENAL COMPANY40.48

FIX, MARLYS 228.50

FOLLETT SCHOOL SLTNS 25.25

FRANKLIN COVEY37.55

GAYLORD OPRYLANDRESORT224.74

GEHLHAR, ADAM 30.00

GLEASON, MELISSA 109.00

GOODROAD, TRAVIS 144.00

GOPHER SPORT1,394.68

GRAND FORKS SCHOOL 1,324.95

GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO3,707.09

HARTY INSURANCE 882.00

HARTY, BRANDI 109.00

HARTY, RYAN 402.50

HAWKINS INC1,844.85

HEGLAND, JOSEPH 30.00

HOFFER, LISA 119.50

HORN, ANJANETTE 45.50

HOUSE OF GLASS 682.88

HUGO'S #9537.77

INFORMATION TECH DEPT735.00

INNOVATIVE OFFICE SLTNS4,352.18

IRON MOUNTAIN66.96

JAMES RIVER SPECIAL ED 77,465.24

JMSTN PLUMBING1,730.88

JMSTN PUBLIC SCHOOL 241.17

JMSTN PUBLIC SCHOOL13,484.77

JMSTN PUBLIC SCHOOL6,785.00

JAMESTOWN SUN424.13

JAMESTOWN TRAVEL 594.10

JW PEPPER & SON 55.00

KOROPATNICKI, ABIGAIL 109.00

KRUEGER INTERNATIONAL 2,124.00

KRUEGER, LISA 11.77

LAKESHORE LEARNING MTRLS549.35

LECH, ROBERT 314.15

LIBRARIAN'S BOOK EXPRESS330.74

LIFESTYLE APPLIANCE 450.00

LINDBERG BROTHERS470.00

MARCO TECH 600.00

MARCO TECH 4,146.34

MENARDS 413.86

MENDEZ, JANNA 17.50

MONTANA DAKOTA UTLTS7,119.27

MOORHEAD AREA SCHOOLS129.87

NAPA AUTO PARTS 228.31

NASCO383.88

NATIONAL BALSA97.95

NTNL SCHOOL BOARDS 1,870.00

NCS PEARSON INC189.74

ND ATTORNEY GENERAL150.00

ND COUNCIL EDUC

LEADERS3,875.00

ND DEPT OF PUBLIC INSTRUC200.00

ND SCHOOL STUDY COUNCIL500.00

NDATL135.00

NELSON, SHEILA 4.58

NEVILLE, ERIN 109.00

NORTHWEST IRON FIREMAN 155.45

ORIENTAL TRADING 266.33

OSLUND, ANDREW 70.28

OST, SALLY 30.00

OTIS ELEVATOR 1,883.00

OTTERTAIL POWER CO23,855.52

PETERSON, PATRICIA 6.48

PITNEY BOWES1,500.00

PLANBOOK EDU 45.00

PLUNKETT'S PEST CONTROL 82.00

POPPLERS MUSIC 199.83

PRAIRIE LEARNING CNTR3,574.40

PRASEK, MICHELLE 127.80

PRUFROCK PRESS684.20

RADISSON HOTEL 497.40

RAINBOW GAS CO2,584.29

RAMKOTA HOTEL 1,978.20

READ NATURALLY 2,698.00

RETROFIT CO 1,288.75

ROHR, JASON 109.00

RYAN COMPANY 832.36

SCHAFER, BRIANA 109.00

SCHMIDT, JENNIFER 144.00

SCHMIDT, SHERRY 30.00

SCHMITT MUSIC 563.00

SCHOOL OUTFITTERS 286.83

SCHOOL SPECIALTY 837.91

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD156.95

SCOTTS ELECTRIC 3,687.26

SELVIG, SARAH 109.00

SERVICEMASTER165.00

SILBERNAGEL, FRANCIS 13.08

SLEEP INN 188.10

SLEEP INN 338.40

SMITH, PATRICIA 188.00

SE ED COOP300.00

SPEECH CORNER 117.89

SPRAGUE, JULIE 109.00

STADING, DARRYL 52.40

STEINS INC554.88

STILWELL, MARK 184.50

SUN DATA SUPPLY 334.90

TDS METROCOM158.28

TEACHERSPAYTEACHERS.COM40.60

TEAM LAB CHEMICAL 6,570.00

TECTA AMERICA DAKOTAS 504.48

TESSMAN CO1,089.43

TOSO, ROBERT 144.00

TRUMBAUER, JEFF 109.00

UNIVERSAL MRCHNTL

EXCHANGE 649.00

UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN83.02

VELDKAMP, STEVE 126.50

VISION SERVICE PLAN39.00

WALMART COMMUNITY361.22

WANZEK, ANGELA 235.50

WEIS, LAURA 109.00

WHITE, DOROTHY 126.50

WRIGHT EXPRESS FLEET 288.78

YATSKIS, YVETTE 883.00

Fund Total:460,395.29

BUILDING FUND

AVI SYSTEMS INC13,590.50

CONSOLIDATEDCNSTRCTN 3,000.00

JAMESTOWN PLUMBING 31,516.72

SCHERBENSKE 1,894.90

SCHOOL SPECIALTY 14,664.30

SCOTTS ELECTRIC 8,758.83

TWIN CITY GARAGE DOOR3,582.00

Fund Total:77,007.25

STUDENT ACTIVITY

A & S CRAFTED PRODUCTS2,235.00

A WISH COME TRUE 944.80

AMAZON.COM1,535.88

ANTHEM SPORTS79.55

APPLE14.99

BAND SHOPPE196.65

BAYMONT INN 1,820.00

BAYMONT INN 334.80

BECK, JAMIE 259.45

BECKER, NICHOLAS 115.00

BHS DEMONETTES90.00

BISMARCK PUBLIC SCHOOL 94.50

BLUE 84635.00

BSN SPORTS LLC971.69

BUFFALO LANES119.00

CARIBOU COFFEE10.00

CASHWISE121.51

DAUERS TROPHIES 125.00

DEAVER, BRIAN 44.50

DEFENSE SOAP 149.99

DICKINSON PUBLIC SCHOOL80.00

DIETRICH BUS SERVICE8,979.24

DOMINO'S PIZZA30.55

DUNHAMS SPORTS 0.00

ECKROTH MUSIC 211.28

ELKEN, DENA 304.00

EUROPEAN STUDENTPRGRM1,683.40

EXPRESSWAY SUITES665.00

FIREHOUSE PIZZA3,190.05

FOOD SERVICES/AMERICA43.28

FRESH ALTRNTV

FUNDRAISING5,175.00

GALL, RYLIE 35.00

GERRELLS SPORTS CTR1,515.00

GRAND FORKS SCHOOL 275.00

GRB INVESTMENTS 10.00

GREAT AMERICAN

OPPRTNTS 1,690.80

GROSVENOR, JACOB 53.00

HAGLUND, BRET 44.50

HILGEMANN, REBEKAH 210.00

HUDL1,500.00

HUGO'S #9161.31

JMSTN INFLATABLE GAMES350.00

JMSTN PUBLIC SCHOOL1,606.41

JMSTN REGIONAL MEDICAL 371.05

JETSTREAM CAR WASH 507.73

JONNY B'S BRICKHOUSE198.00

JW PEPPER & SON INC1,075.82

KELLER, LUCAS 157.50

KISH, ROGER 350.00

KREBS, CHARLES 329.50

LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL208.00

LIGHT OF CHRIST

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS80.00

LINZMEIER, STEVEN 63.00

MAGNANI, TREY 31.50

MAKE MUSIC INC2,045.00

MANDAN HIGH SCHOOL 80.00

MASTER TEACHER INC1,554.74

MCNALLY, MOIRA 72.50

MHS DANCE TEAM85.00

MILLER, DUSTIN 519.45

ND ASSN OF DANCE & DRILL300.00

ND COUNCIL EDUC LEADERS620.00

ND STRING TEACHERSASSOC.275.00

NEIS SERVICES8,948.40

NETBRANDS MEDIA CORP189.90

NIEMEIER, JULINA 35.00

ORRIGINALS INC4,055.50

PAYPAL.COM187.76

POPPLERS MUSIC597.40

PORTA PHONE COMPANY 149.35

ROALDSON, JAMES 30.00

ROMSDAL, JEFFREY 115.00

ROUGHRIDER SIGNS 429.50

S & R SPORT2,267.90

SABERETTE DANCE BOOSTER70.00

SAM'S CLUB206.62

SCHAFER, SHAUN 235.00

SCHLENKER, JILL 60.00

SCHLENKER, JON 53.00

SCHMITT MUSIC 300.28

SCHOLASTIC READING CLUB90.00

STOCKERT, BRETT 145.00

SWEETWATER1,941.91

TDS METROCOM4.24

TRAINHEROIC112.50

TWO RIVERS ACTIVITY CNTR1,075.20

TWO RIVERS PRINTING519.00

UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC SERV.9,674.12

UNIVERSITY OF MARY400.00

VALLEY CITY SCHOOL375.00

WALMART COMMUNITY814.82

WEIAND, ALICIA 35.00

WELLS FARGO3,200.00

WILDSIDE CREATIONS5,788.50

WILLEY'S SEPTIC TANK 2,840.00

WRIGHT EXPRESS FLEET 66.75

Fund Total:91,646.57

HEALTH INSURANCE

HAYS COMPANIES3,060.00

Fund Total:3,060.00

JPS FOUNDATION

JMSTN PUBLIC SCHOOL44.96

SECRETARY OF STATE25.00

TWO RIVERS PRINTING615.09

Fund Total:685.05

SCHOOL LUNCH

AMERIPRIDE LINEN 1,215.64

APPLEMAN ORCHARDS840.87

BACKGROUND INVSTGTN BUR 35.00

BERNATELLO'S FOODS660.00

CITY OF JAMESTOWN1,604.89

COCA COLA BOTTLING916.00

CULINEX5,114.16

DACOTAH PAPER 2,059.47

DAKOTA CENTRAL 293.44

DEAN FOODS 8,188.08

DUBORD, GWEN 1,976.95

EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO1,734.99

FOOD SERVICES OF

AMERICA45,608.43

HANSON, ALYSSA 52.40

HOBART SALES 250.44

HUGO'S #97.56

JAMESTOWN PLUMBING 513.15

JOBS HQ595.50

LAUSCH, AMANDA 56.35

MAC'S INC16.64

MACK, PATRICK 640.00

MACK, SHELLEY 31.94

ND ATTORNEY GENERAL50.00

ND DEPT OF PUBLIC INSTRUC253.33

PAPA MURPHYS 3,227.30

PEPSI BEVERAGES CO1,921.84

PRITCHERT, STEVEN 63.01

SCOTTS ELECTRIC 285.55

STEINS INC1,034.72

TWO RIVERS PRINTING95.00

WALMART COMMUNITY136.10

Fund Total:79,478.75

JAMES VALLEY CAREER AND

TECHNICAL CENTER

A & B BUSINESS INC83.09

ACME TOOLS403.99

ACT INC96.00

ADORAMA598.00

AMAZON.COM822.81

BEYER, JILLENE 60.00

BRUESKE, JUDY 60.00

BUILDERS FIRST SOURCE3.00

CABLE SERVICES INC130.30

CENTRAL BUSINESS SYST368.24

CENTRAL VALLEY HEALTH 4,835.46

CITY OF JAMESTOWN468.91

CLEMENS, LISA 268.75

COLE PAPERS INC941.47

DACOTAH PAPER CO5,031.26

DAKOTA CENTRAL 367.30

DAKOTA DUST TEX 302.70

DAKOTA RAIN LAWN IRRGTN294.75

DIETRICH BUS SERVICE571.50

ENVIROSAFETY PRODUCTS379.85

FISCHER, DEBRA 800.00

FREEDOM FUNDRAISING1,280.74

IRON MOUNTAIN69.74

JMSTN PUBLIC SCHOOL19,955.00

KAPLAN EARLY LEARNING 34.95

KLEVEN, CYNTHIA 60.00

LIPETZKY, KYLIE 60.00

LYNCH JR, JOHN 30.00

MANDT, NICOLLE 60.00

MENARDS 479.04

MONTANA DAKOTA UTLTS1,168.01

MOSER, SARA 75.00

NAPA AUTO PARTS 4,556.60

NASCO357.53

ND STATE COLLEGE OF

SCIENCE11,450.00

OREILLY AUTO PARTS530.21

OTTERTAIL POWER CO2,052.72

OUTPOST ENTERPRISES 128.85

POWERS, MELISSA 1,250.00

PRANKE, PAMELA 137.50

PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION677.79

PRODUCTIVITY INC659.56

SAFTEY KLEEN SYSTEMS 344.00

SCHLECHT, BARBARA 268.75

SOOPER STOP14.00

SOULIS, MICHAEL 353.10

STAMPS.COM65.99

TDS METROCOM12.02

WALMART COMMUNITY433.04

WILDSIDE CREATIONS317.00

WILLIAMS, HEIDI 75.00

FUND TOTAL63,843.52

January 12, 2019


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