Board of Education Work Session April 12, 2021 6:30 PM Blair Public Library 2233 Civic Drive, Blair NE 68008 Information concerning the Open Meeting Law, Chapter 84, Article 14 of Nebraska State …

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Board of Education Work Session April 12, 2021 6:30 PM Blair Public Library 2233 Civic Drive, Blair NE 68008 Information concerning the Open Meeting Law, Chapter 84, Article 14 of Nebraska State Statutes, is posted in this room at a location accessible to members of the public and is attached to the online agenda for viewing. The online agenda can be viewed by visiting the Blair Community Schools website at www.blairschools.org. The meeting notice was published in the Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. 1. Call to Order Mrs. Kari Loseke, President, called the Board of Education Work Session to order at 6:30 pm. 2. Roll Call Present Board Members: Brandi Petersen, Kari Loseke, Denise Cada, Laura Ronning, Deb Parks, Bob Schoby, Brittney Gunderson, Steve Callaghan (6:37 pm) and Ginger Fredericksen. 3. Items for Discussion Arbor Park Intermediate School teachers, Rachel Aten (3rd), Carson Norine (HAL), Tracy Custer (4th), Michelle Dean (3rd), Todd Wick (5th), and Ann Kobs (5th), shared a presentation on teaching math to mixed ability cohorts. The teachers are offering before and after school math interventions and math extension/enrichment to students. It allows the teachers to spend additional time with the students who struggle. 4. Adjournment Motion Passed: I move to adjourn the work session at 7:02 pm passed with a motion by Bob Schoby and a second by Laura Ronning. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Angie Conety, Secretary Board of Education Randall Gilson, Ed.D., Superintendent ZNEZ ENT 4-16-21 Board of Education Regular Board Meeting April 12, 2021 7:00 PM Blair Public Library 2233 Civic Drive, Blair NE 68008 Information concerning the Open Meeting Law, Chapter 84, Article 14 of Nebraska State Statutes, is posted in this room at a location accessible to members of the public and is attached to the online agenda for viewing. The online agenda can be viewed by visiting the Blair Community Schools website at www.blairschools.org. The meeting notice was published in the Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. 1. Call to Order Mrs. Kari Loseke, President, called the Board of Education Regular Meeting Session to order at 7:08 pm. 2. Roll Call Present Board Members: Brandi Petersen, Kari Loseke, Steve Callaghan, Denise Cada, Laura Ronning, Deb Parks, Bob Schoby, Ginger Fredericksen, and Brittney Gunderson. 3. Approval of Absent Board Member(s) 4. Pledge of Allegiance Dr. Randy Gilson led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance. 5. Approval of Emergency Additions to the Agenda – None 6. Call for Removal of Consent Agenda Items – None 7. Approval of the Consent Agenda Motion Passed: I move to approve the Consent Agenda as presented passed with a motion by Laura Ronning and a second by Steve Callaghan. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 7.1. Waiver of reading minutes from previous meeting. 7.2. Acceptance of minutes of the previous meetings as published. 7.3. Receipt of Communications 7.4. Treasurer’s Report 7.5. Audit of Claims 8. Business 8.1. Items removed from Consent Agenda – None 8.2. Recognitions 8.3. Acceptance of Gifts 8.3.1. Pacific Life Foundation Grant The Blair High School was awarded a 2021 Pacific Life Foundation 3T’s of Education grant in the amount of $3,000. The high school will be using the grant to fund technology that can be used to serve students accessing the classroom remotely at the same time as in person students or synchronously. The pandemic has created the need for students to quarantine for days and up to a month. For teachers to be able to remotely educate students during these quarantine times, additional classroom technology is necessary to allow students to see lab or class activities in live time. The current teacher set up is a Chromebook that is used to project to students that are in person. To be able to purchase technology that is specific to students joining the classroom via GoogleMeet or Zoom would be beneficial as the second piece of technology could then be moved around the classroom and students could participate with the group activity at the same time as the teacher is providing instruction to the class. The technology that will be purchased with this grant are for iPad Air 10" - $549 with a case and stand for each. Approximate total cost for each set is $629. Motion Passed: I move to accept the 2021 Pacific Life Foundation 3T’s of Education grant awarded to Blair High school in the amount of $3,000 to fund the purchase of five (5) iPad Air 10” passed with a motion by Steve Callaghan and a second by Deb Parks. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.3.2. Blair High School Fine Arts Booster Club The Blair High School Fine Arts Booster Club has donated $5,600 to the instrumental Music Department at the high school for the purchase of one (1) concert tuba. Motion Passed: I move to accept the donation from the Blair High School Fine Arts Booster Club in the amount of $5,600 for the purchase of one (1) concert tuba passed with a motion by Brittney Gunderson and a second by Laura Ronning. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.4. Consideration of Communications 8.5. Comments from The Public The Board heard public comment from Kelly Himes. 8.6. Committee Reports 8.6.1. Policy Committee The Policy Committee met on Monday, March 29, 2021 at 12:00 pm. A report of the committee meeting was given by Deb Parks. Motion Passed: I move to approve Blair Community Schools to voluntarily extend the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) through the end of the 2020-21 school year, which provides employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for the specific reasons related to COVID-19 passed with a motion by Deb Parks and a second by Laura Ronning. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Motion Passed: I move to approve on second and final notification the revisions to Policy 203.06-Board Committees passed with a motion by Deb Parks and a second by Ginger Fredericksen. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Motion Passed: I move to approve on first notification the revisions to policies 508.13-School Wellness Policy, 508.02-Administration of Medication to Students, 508.12-Asthma and Anaphylaxis Emergency Protocol, 508.12R1-Self-Management of Asthma, Anaphylaxis, and/or Diabetes, 508.12R2-Waiver of emergency Response Asthma or Anaphylaxis, 508.02R1-Asthma or Anaphylaxis Medical Management Plan, 508.02R2-Diabetes Medical Management Plan, 508.03-Communicable or Chronic Infectious Diseases, 508.03R1-Communicable Diseases Procedure, 508.15-Concussion Awareness and 508.16- Return to Learn from Cancer passed with a motion by Deb Parks and a second by Brittney Gunderson. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Motion Passed: I move to approve on first notification New Policies 508.13R1-School Wellness Policy, 508.15A-Concussion Awareness Return to Learn Protocol, 508.15B-Concussion Bridging the Gap (NDE), and 508.15C-Concussion Bridging the Gap passed with a motion by Deb Parks and a second by Brittney Gunderson. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.6.2. BG&T Committee The BG&T Committee met on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 4:30 pm. A report of the committee meeting was given by Bob Schoby. Motion Passed: I move to accept the proposal from Sports Facility in the amount of $16,152 for the purchase of a new gym curtain divider at the high school passed with a motion by Bob Schoby and second by Ginger Fredericksen. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Motion Passed: I move to accept the Papio-Missouri River NRD Tree Grant in the amount of $2,500 to fund the purchase of new trees to be planted on district property passed with a motion by Bob Schoby and a second by Ginger Fredericksen. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.6.3. Finance Committee The Finance Committee met on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at 12:00pm. A report of the committee meeting was given by Brandi Petersen. 8.7. Approval of New Certified Staff Approval of the following new certified staff for the 2021-22 school year: • Brian Swanigan - 9-12 Computer Science • Anna Combs - 9-12 Spanish Teacher • Trenton Bottorff - 9-12 Special Education Teacher • Patrick Hays - 6-8 Vocal Music • Dr. Cynthia Page – District Psychologist Approval of the following new Administrators for the 2021-22 school year: • Brett Swartz - Otte Middle School Principal • Ryan Wieczorek - Otte Middle School Assistant Principal • Dr. Ryan O'Grady - Director of Special Education & Student Services Motion Passed: I move to approve new certified staff Brian Swanigan, Anna Combs, Trenton Bottorff, Patrick Hays, and Dr. Cynthia Page, for the 2021-22 school year passed with a motion by Brandi Petersen and a second by Laura Ronning. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Motion Passed: I move to approve new administrators, Brett Schwartz – Otte Middle School Principal, Ryan Wieczorek – Otte Middle School Assistant Principal, and Dr. Ryan O'Grady – Director of Special Education & Student Services, for the 2021-22 school year passed with a motion by Brandi Petersen and a second by Laura Ronning. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.8. Acceptance of Resignation Letters of resignation were received from the following certified staff members upon the conclusion of the 2020-21 school year. • Jordyn Smith – 9-12 Computer Science • Molly Braniff – 6-8 Vocal Music • Chiyo Trauernicht – 7-8 Instrumental Music • Layne Lueders (Retirement) - Arbor Park Counselor Motion Passed: I move to accept the resignation of certified staff members, Jordyn Smith, Molly Braniff, Chiyo Trauernicht, and Layne Lueders (retirement), upon the conclusion of the 2020-21 school year passed with a motion by Laura Ronning and a second by Ginger Fredericksen. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.9. Superintendent Report Eileen Korth, Architect with Jackson, Jackson, & Associates, and Cole Kratochvil, Project Manager with D.R. Anderson, presented architectural plans for possible new construction of a Concession/Restrooms/Storage Complex at Krantz Field. 8.10. Informational Items 8.11. Closed Session The Board of Education is authorized by state statute to hold closed sessions. Closed sessions may be held when clearly necessary for the protection of the public interest or for the prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual. Reasons that meet this standard include but are not limited to: (a) strategy sessions with respect to collective bargaining, real estate matters, pending litigation, or litigation which is imminent as evidenced by communication of a claim or threat of litigation to or by the public body; (b) discussion regarding deployment of security personnel or devices; (c) investigative proceedings regarding allegations of criminal misconduct; (d) evaluation of the job performance of a person when necessary to prevent needless injury to the reputation of a person and if such person has not requested a public meeting; and (e) legal advice. The Board invited Dr. Gilson to attend the Closed Session. Motion Passed: I move to enter into Closed Session at 8:54 pm for the protection of public interest on the discussion of a personnel matter to prevent needless injury to the reputation of a person and if such person has not requested a public meeting passed with a motion by Brandi Petersen and a second by Brittney Gunderson. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Motion Passed: I move the Board to come out of Closed Session and reconvene to the regular session at 9:28pm passed with a motion by Bob Schoby and a second by Steve Callaghan Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes 8.12. Items from Closed Session After Board discussion of personnel, no motions were offered. 9. Adjournment Motion Passed: I move to adjourn the meeting at 9:32 pm passed with a motion by Bob Schoby and a second by Ginger Fredericksen. Denise Cada Yes Steve Callaghan Yes Ginger Fredericksen Yes Brittney Gunderson Yes Kari Loseke Yes Deb Parks Yes Brandi Petersen Yes Laura Ronning Yes Bob Schoby Yes Angie Conety, Secretary Board of Education Randall Gilson, Ed.D., Superintendent GENERAL FUND CLAIMS - 4/12/2021 VENDOR, AMOUNT, DESCRIPTION ABE'S TRASH SERVICE INC, $2,391.03, TRASH SERVICES AJ'S SERVICE AND REPAIR INC, $2,048.95, BUS REPAIRS AMERICAN BROADBAND CABLE, $2,408.79, TELEPHONE, LONG DISTANCE, INTERNET, & CABLE SERVICES ANDY'S MOW TOWN INC, $751.71, GROUNDS EQUIPMENT REPAIRS AWARD EMBLEM MFG CO, $311.38, AWARD PINS-BHS BAND BECKY BACK, $71.77, EMPLOYEE REIMBURSE-SCIENCE LAB SUPPLIES BLAIR ACE HARDWARE, $1,308.03, MAINTENANCE & AG EDUCATION SUPPLIES BLAIR COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, $70.00, TAHER MEETING SUPPLIES BOMGAARS, $149.18, GROUNDS SUPPLIES BOYS TOWN, $34,491.27, SPED TUITION- FEB21 CAPITAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC, $4,682.45, COPIER SERVICES CARQUEST AUTO PARTS, $85.50, BUS & VEHICLE PARTS CITY OF BLAIR, $3,073.53, UTILITY-WATER & SEWER CITY OF BLAIR, $8,404.76, SRO SERVICES - FEB21 & MAR21 CONTROL MANAGEMENT INC, $1,611.68, HVAC MAINTENANCE (OMS) CUBBYS INC, $6,927.22, BUS & VEHICLE FUEL DAN'S HANDYMAN PLUMBING, $637.80, PLUMBING SERVICES (N,OMS,BHS) DENISE BAKER, $562.46, SPED PARENT MILEAGE (FEB21 & MARCH21) DICK'S ELECTRIC, $750.01, ELECTRICAL REPAIRS (OMS & BHS) DIETZE MUSIC HOUSE, $11,230.22, GRANT FUNDED- TUBAS (2), BAND SUPPLIES (OMS) ECHO GROUP INC., $379.21, LIGHTS & EMERGENCY LIGHTS SUPPLIES EDUCATIONAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS, $4,595.31, SPED-LEXIA SOFTWARE LICENSES EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #3, $22,973.01, SPED-BROOKE VALLEY, VISION, SLP SERVICES, CHECK SUPPLY ELISA FORDYCE, $624.96, SPED PARENT MILEAGE ELKHORN SOUTH BAND, $98.00, BAND REGISTRATION FEE (BHS) ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING CO INC, $327.15, LEGAL NOTICES FAIRWAY OIL CO, $620.40, BUS FUEL (PROPANE) FIREGUARD INCORP, $488.30, FIRE ALARM REPAIRS (AP) FORT CALHOUN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, $2,096.11, INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT- OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST GERHOLD CONCRETE CO, $338.48, SAND SUPPLIES FOR KRANTZ FIELD GOODWILL INDUSTRIES INC, $4,171.00, SPED TUITION- WORK EXPERIENCE-FEB21 GRAINGER, $339.25, GROUNDS & MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC, $279.38, TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPLIES GREENKEEPER CO, $315.00, GROUNDS SUPPLIES HEARTLAND TIRES & TREADS INC, $1,987.10, BUS REPAIRS HIRERIGHT SOLUTIONS INC, $250.00, BUS DRIVER SCREENING HUNTEL COMMUNICATIONS INC, $323.40, ADMIN PHONE REPAIRS IDEAL PURE WATE, $401.44, PURIFIED WATER SUPPLIES INLAND TRUCK PARTS, $1,462.57, BUS REPAIRS J W PEPPER & SON INC., $156.99, BAND MUSIC (OMS) JAMF SOFTWARE, $4,367.00, DISTRICT SOFTWARE JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, $2,181.20, GROUNDS EQUIPMENT REPAIRS JOSTENS, $1,443.39, GRADUATION SUPPLIES- DIPLOMAS KIM LEGGOTT, $17.92, EMPLOYEE MILEAGE LARRY'S BOILER SERVICE, $1,199.77, BOILER MAINTENANCE (OMS) LISA JENSEN, $1,133.44, SPED PARENT MILEAGE MATHESON TRI-GAS INC, $107.50, VOCATIONAL ED- WELDING GAS SUPPLIES MATT WOOD, $52.58, EMPLOYEE MILEAGE MAXIM HEALTHCARE SERVICES, $6,174.00, SPED STUDENT NURSING SERVICES- FEB21 MCKINNIS ROOFING INC, $2,937.01, ROOF REPAIRS (N,DF,AP,OMS,BHS,BUS BARN) MECHANICAL SYSTEMS INC, $1,081.55, HVAC MAINTENANCE (DF,OMS,BHS) NASB, $50.00, NAEP CONFERENCE NEFF TOWING SERVICE, $300.00, BUS 13 REPAIRS NOVA FITNESS EQUIPMENT, $242.50, WEIGHT ROOM REPAIRS O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC, $20.14, SUBURBAN PARTS OFFICE DEPOT, $3,629.77, OFFICE & CLASSROOM & COPY PAPER SUPPLIES OMAHA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT, $22,000.00, UTILITY- ELECTRICITY OMAHA WORLD HERALD, $1,330.00, JOB OPENING ADVERTISEMENTS- OMS PRINCIPAL ONESOURCE THE BACKGROUND CK CO, $31.00, BACKGROUND CHECKS OVERDRIVE INC, $118.00, LIBRARY EBOOKS (BHS) PAYFLEX SYSTEMS USA INC, $238.65, FLEX PLAN FEE- MAR 21 PEST SOLUTIONS 365, $85.00, PEST CONTROL (BHS) PRESTO X CO, $328.00, PEST CONTROL (N,S,DF,AP,OMS) PRESTWICK HOUSE, $288.47, ENGLISH BOOKS (BHS) PURPLE COMMUNICATIONS INC., $175.00, SPEECH PATHOLOGY B-3 SERVICES SERVPRO OF OMAHA NORTHWEST, $692.70, PLUMBING REPAIRS (N) SHRED-IT US JV LLC, $656.72, DISTRICT SHREDDING SERVICES SPARTAN STORES LLC, $308.74, FCS, SCIENCE, & CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE, $240.05, CLASSROOM & OFFICE SUPPLIES STRATUS BUILDING SOLUTIONS, $12,672.00, CONTRACT CLEANING SERVICES- APRIL21 TALBOT LAW OFFICE P.C. LLC, $238.00, LEGAL SERVICES THE HOME DEPOT PRO, $8,024.84, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES THE OMNI GROUP, $18.00, 403B FEE- MARCH 21 THE WALDINGER CORPORATION, $327.75, OMS EQUIPMENT REPAIRS UNITE PRIVATE NETWORKS, $840.08, DISTRICT NETWORK SERVICES- APRIL21 US CELLULAR, $718.08, ESSER II GRANT- STUDENT REMOTE LEARNING WIFI SERVICES VERIZON, $250.08, DISTRICT WIRELESS PHONES VERNIER SOFTWARE, $345.09, AG EDUCATION- SUPPLIES (BHS) WANDA DOLPHIN, $16.24, EMPLOYEE MILEAGE WYEBOT INC, $700.00, DISTRICT SOFTWARE Summary, $199,775.06, GENERAL FUND-CHECKS ISSUED TO BE RATIFIED 4/12/2021 VENDOR, TOTAL, DESCRIPTION FRONTLINE TECHNOLOGIES GROUP LLC, $2,198.70, NEW HIRE APPLICANT TRACKING SOFTWARE VISA, $2,193.93, AMAZON ORDERS, TRAVEL, DUES, TRAINING & INSERVICE, SUPPLIES, LIBRARY BOOKS, MISC, REPAIRS, MEETINGS, EQUIPMENT, TECHNOLOGY NEEDS Summary, $4,392.63, GENERAL FUND-MARCH 2021 PAYROLL & BENEFITS TO BE RATIFIED 4/12/2021 GROSS PAYROLL, $1,169,783.68, GROSS SALARY & WAGES NET PAYROLL - DIRECT DEPOSITS, $809,427.82, NET PAY CHECKS- DIRECT DEPOSIT TOTALS NET PAYROLL - MANUAL CHECKS, $0.00, NET PAY CHECKS - MANUAL CHECK TOTALS NEBRASKA REVENUE NEB EPAY., $42,870.58, NE STATE W/H OMNI FINANCIAL1 CORP COLL, $7,817.15, P/R DEDUCTION - 403(B) INVESTMENTS OUTGOING WIRE TO US TREASURY, $271,803.37, FEDERAL W/H, FICA W/H & FICA TAXES RETIREMENT, $219,620.77, RETIREMENT VISION SERVICE PLAN INSURANCE CO, $1,104.82, P/R DEDUCTION - VISION INSURANCE MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., $4,697.36 EMPLOYEE LTD INSURANCE SECTION 125, $9,347.93, P/R DEDUCTION - FLEX PLAN CONTRIBUTIONS BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, $222,387.94, EMPLOYEE HEALTH & DENTAL INSURANCE CREDIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES, $485.04, P/R DEDUCTION - GARNISHMENT COMBINED HEALTH AGENCIES DRIVE INC., $10.00, P/R DEDUCTION - GARNISHMENT LUNCH FUND CLAIMS 4/12/2021 VENDOR, TOTAL, DESCRIPTION ALISON SMITH, $37.40, LUNCH ACCOUNT REFUND THE WALDINGER CORPORATION, $2,203.38, DISHWASHER REPAIRS (BHS & OMS) S&S PUMPING SERVICE, $175.00, PUMP GREASE TRAP (BHS) TAHER, $103,854.18, FOOD SERVICE EXPENSE- FEB 21 Summary, $106,269.96, BUILDING FUND CLAIMS 4/12/2021 VENDOR, TOTAL, DESCRIPTION THOMPSON, DREESSEN, AND DORNER INC, $2,900.00, KRANTZ FIELD RESTROOMS/CONCESSIONS DR ANDERSON AND CONSTRUCTORS CO, $478,656.88, BHS SCIENCE ROOMS/INDUSTRIAL TECH LAB RENOVATIONS JACKSON JACKSON & ASSOCIATES INC, $18,087.86, KRANTZ FIELD CONCESSIONS/INDUSTRIAL TECH LAB RENOVATIONS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, $7,850.00, OMS HEAT PUMP Summary, $507,494.74, SAVINGS/DEPRECIATION FUND CLAIMS 4/12/2021 VENDOR, TOTAL, DESCRIPTION MIDWEST TECHNOLOGY, $270.02, BHS INDUSTRIAL TECH SUPPLIES R & F CABINETS & FURNITURE, $2,855.00, BHS PLASTIC LAMINATE CABINETS Summary, $3,125.02, ZNEZ ENT 4-16-21

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