August 16, 2022

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FARGO BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES REGULAR – InForum

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FARGO BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES REGULAR MEETING November 23, 2021 The Board of Education of the City of Fargo met in regular session on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, virtually via Zoom webinar teleconferencing. Members present: Jennifer Benson, Jim Johnson, Robin Nelson, Nikkie Gullickson, Rebecca Knutson, Tracie Newman, Seth Holden, Brian Nelson, David Paulson Members absent: none Vice President Robin Nelson called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. She was leading the meeting for President Knutson as President Knutson was not able to virtually join the meeting with her video on but would join via phone. The next Board meeting is planned to be in person as the Board Room at the District Office will by then have the audio-visual equipment installed. Jim Johnson moved approval of the agenda with the addition of an HR Addendum added to 5.B. Tracie Newman seconded the motion. The agenda was approved as presented (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson). Five citizens addressed the Board. Matt Kosak shared concerns about the disinformation being shared at Board meetings during the public comment period and about comments made by Board member Brian Nelson during the November 9 Board meeting on masking. Kristin Sharbono, parent in the Carl Ben Eielson Middle School and South High School attendance area, asked for a response at the November 9 meeting but has not received one. She requested a written response on what was used to determine a mask mandate was needed during instructional time, why it was needed in schools but not in the District Office, and who from Fargo Cass Public Health is meeting with the District. She asked to be informed of when the District is meeting with Fargo Cass Public Health. She asked for a written response on what is being done on staff morale. Vice President Robin Nelson indicated a response was sent to her from the last Board meeting. Jake Schmitz, a parent of two students in the Fargo Public Schools, asked for a written response on who from Fargo Cass Public School is giving recommendations to Dr. Gandhi, what has changed to remove the mask mandate in January, and why is there still a mask mandate for middle and high schools. Cassie Schmidt, with Let Parents Decide That, commended the previous speakers for their comments. She asked for a public response to all the questions asked as stake holders wants those questions. She shared concerns on Board member Brian Nelson’s comments at the November 9 Board meeting on his work as a superintendent in other school districts and concerns on the ESSER plan in Rosholt, ND. She called for Mr. Nelson to resign his position on the Fargo School Board. She indicated that the North Dakota Century Code provided to her in the response to her November 9 questions does not give the authority to the Board to have a mask mandate in schools. Alexis Scott shared concerns on public comment via Zoom teleconferencing and public commenters not being able to be seen on video. She also shared concerns on academic achievement results for diverse students. She also encouraged parents to assist in schools and support teachers. Dr. Patty Cummings, director of special education, shared about the District’s partnership with the University of Minnesota focusing on the special education department. Kim Gibbons of the University of Minnesota provided an overview of the comprehensive program evaluation through the university’s Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement of the FPS special education program. She shared the findings of their evaluation that focused on programming, staffing and infrastructure, and student outcomes. The evaluation included a literature review, focus groups and interviews, staff surveys and a data review. Discussion occurred. It was noted the findings should be looked at for a 3-5 year period and not worked on all at once. The UofM team is working with the District on an implementation plan. FEA President Kim Belgarde shared that during American Education Week the FEA raised $1,000 for the senior high scholarship program. She also shared that the FEA is in favor of reinstating COVID-19 leave for staff members. She welcomes any questions from Board members on the ESSER project Dr. Gandhi will share during his report. Ms. Belgarde shared that the Recess Commission is meeting and will wrap in January, and the Salary Commission has also started meeting. Dr. Gandhi shared a presentation on a project using ESSER funds the District is receiving. The presentation was provided earlier in the day to the Planning Committee; Dr. Gandhi was asked to present it to the full Board. The name of the project is “All For One, One For All.” This project will improve instruction for all students in the Fargo Public Schools and help address critical shortage areas of employment that specifically impact students falling behind by creating a larger pool of internal candidates that can fill the identified critical shortage areas. The project would be to support teachers to receive an additional teaching endorsement and training specific to students with diverse needs. This would improve self-efficacy and instructional practice of all educators by providing each educator with additional tools that can be used to meet the needs of all students. Teachers could receive professional development and an endorsement in special education (special education LD or special education ED) and or in English learners. The project is optional for teachers to participate. Staff members who hold a ND Educator License eligible to receive the additional endorsements approved in this program will receive a one-time payment of $6,000 if they obtain the approved additional endorsement and proof of receiving the additional endorsement is submitted to the FPS HR Department prior to July 29, 2022 with employees receiving a one-time payment of $6,000 on their September paycheck in 2022-23 school year. A second opportunity would be available in the following school year. Employees will not receive compensation for more than one additional endorsement each year. Employees may obtain two additional endorsements for a total additional endorsement of $12,000. FPS will pay for the application fee to ESPB (one time per endorsement) and pay for the Praxis exam fee (one time per endorsement). FPS will also pay instructional staff up to five days of Professional Development at the employee’s daily rate of pay; the dates in 2022 would be scheduled for May 31-June 2 after the school year has ended. Two professional development opportunities would be held in 2023. If participation is low in the program, FPS will then use ESSER funds for previously planned projects. After receiving the endorsement and compensation, the employee is under no commitment to FPS (beyond the annual contract currently in). Staff members will not necessarily be reassigned or required to teach in the new endorsement area. Administration is looking to update administrative policy with this provision for this specific project. Discussion occurred. It was reiterated that the program would be voluntary for participation. Per a request from Jennifer Benson, Dr. Gandhi shared on the Be Legendary Institute, a Board member training program, being offered by ND Department of Public Instruction and how it relates to the Board’s current policy governance model. This topic was also discussed at a recent Governance Committee meeting. Discussion occurred. The deadline to apply for the institute, which costs would be partially covered by ND DPI, is November 30. Tracie Newman moved approval of the Consent Agenda with the HR addendum. Nikkie Gullickson seconded the motion which passed (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson; Absent: Holden, Johnson) thereby causing the following actions to be taken: A. The minutes of the regular meeting of November 9 were approved as written. B. The following Human Resources actions were approved: 1. New Hires: Tony Huseby, Grant Manager – District Office, MSUM/University of MN, Contracted Salary – at 100% – $83,873 – (196 days) 2. Resignations 2021-22: Jordan Johnson, Grade 5 – Jefferson, Dates of Employment: 2021, Effective Date: 11-30-2021; Katharine McArthur, Language Arts – Carl Ben, Dates of Employment: 2008-2021, Effective Date: 11-19-2021; Emily Schultz, Art – Bennett, Dates of Employment: 2006-2021, Effective Date: 12-03-2021 C. The following financial reports were approved: 1. The Fund Balance Report for October 2. The Revenue and Expenditure Reports for October 3. Statement of Bank Reconciliation for October 4. Check register for October Dr. Gandhi shared he was asked by the Governance Committee to share what was previously shared in the Superintendent Report in the Business Section of the agenda. Dr. Gandhi provided an update on COVID-19 positive case data. He shared data of positive cases by school week for the school year and in comparison to the 2020-21 school year, and shared mask exemption, vaccination exemption, and COVID-19 testing program data that allowed students to stay in school due to a COVID-19 close contact. Recently, FPS received updated guidance from Fargo Cass Public Health. As of January 17, FPS will change to a strongly recommended stance on masks in buildings during instructional hours. Per follow up conversations with the ND Department of Health, the district will also change to quarantining being optional for close contacts at that time. Notification to families for positive cases will also change and contact tracing as it is currently conducted will end. Discussion occurred. Jennifer Benson moved the Board of Education end the mask mandate as well as the quarantine mandate for Fargo Public Schools and leave it as a recommendation. David Paulson seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. Upon call of the roll, the motion failed (Yes: Benson, Paulson; No: Gullickson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman; Absent: Holden, Johnson). Due to time, Board Reports were forwarded to the next meeting agenda. The next regular meeting was confirmed for Tuesday, December 14 at 5:30 p.m. There being no further business to come before the Board, Vice President Nelson declared the meeting adjourned at 8:36 p.m. OCTOBER 2021 PAYMENTS MADE 702 COMMUNICATIONS $ 4,631.96 ; A & R ROOFING CO $ 554.00 ; A.S.P. OF MOORHEAD, INC $ 803.66 ; A.S.P. 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HILDE, ALLISON $ 77.00 ; HILDE, ALLISON $ 77.00 ; HODGE PRODUCTS, INC $ 1,300.00 ; HOESEHEN, ALLISON $ 450.00 ; HOESLEY, DEBRA $ 50.00 ; HOLDER, ALAYNA $ 105.00 ; HOLDER, ALAYNA $ 105.00 ; HOLEN, ANTHONY $ 84.50 ; HOLIDAY INN $ 2,419.20 ; HOLLAND, JASON $ 52.50 ; HOLLCRAFT, MEREDITH $ 139.50 ; HOLLCRAFT, MEREDITH $ 139.50 ; HOLLERUNG, KAREN $ 28.11 ; HOLTEN, CORY $ 242.00 ; HOLZER, BLAIR $ 38.86 ; HORNBACHER’S $ 1,958.73 ; HORSLEY SPECIALITIES INC $ 6,375.00 ; HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT $ 88.40 ; HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT $ 3,956.28 ; HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT $ 93,102.72 ; HOVDA, ALLYSON $ 281.02 ; INDEPENDENT EMERGENCY SERVICES $ 290.79 ; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $ 30.00 ; INNOVATIVE GYM SOLUTIONS $ 240.00 ; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS $ 166.43 ; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS $ 202.86 ; INSTRUCTURE $ 750.00 ; INTERIOR AFFAIRS $ 4,241.70 ; INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE $ 245,374.71 ; INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE $ 266,552.28 ; INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE $ 1,674,395.55 ; INTERWORLD HIGHWAY $ 243.32 ; INTERWORLD HIGHWAY $ 15,717.75 ; IPOP $ 150.00 ; IPOP $ 212.00 ; J & L SPORTS INC $ 4,841.00 ; J & R SCHOOL SUPPLIES, INC $ 299.00 ; JAYS SMOKIN BBQ $ 384.00 ; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $ 2,092.25 ; JOHNSON CONTROLS $ 279.00 ; JOHNSON CONTROLS $ 320.00 ; JOHNSON CONTROLS $ 867.50 ; JOHNSON CONTROLS $ 940.00 ; JOHNSON, ADELINE $ 25.54 ; JOHNSON, TODD $ 230.58 ; JONAS, DENISE $ 67.87 ; JONES, ADAM STEVEN $ 169.00 ; JOSTENS $ 756.30 ; JP MORGAN CHASE $ 505,248.83 ; JT LAWN SERVICE $ 1,181.00 ; JT LAWN SERVICE $ 2,412.00 ; KADING, JOSHUA $ 363.74 ; KALDOR, MARSHALL $ 75.00 ; KALDOR, MARSHALL $ 84.50 ; KAMPA, HANAH $ 930.00 ; KARSKY, TIM $ 84.50 ; KBRO METALWORKS $ 171.88 ; KELVIN $ 533.05 ; KERBAUGH, BRENDA $ 39.70 ; KESSLER, KEVIN D $ 105.00 ; KIDS DISCOVER $ 10,972.50 ; KRAFT, ARTHUR A $ 75.00 ; KRAFT, ARTHUR A $ 150.00 ; KRAFT, ARTHUR A $ 150.00 ; KRINGLIE, KELLIE $ 33.38 ; KRUIZE, HANNAH $ 70.00 ; KRUIZE, HANNAH $ 105.00 ; KRUIZE, HANNAH $ 105.00 ; KUENEMAN, KADEN $ 84.50 ; KUENEMAN, ROB J $ 84.50 ; LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS $ 720.10 ; LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS $ 790.99 ; LAMPERTS YARDS $ 252.39 ; LARSON, SHANNON M. $ 74.20 ; LAUER, LOUIS $ 263.52 ; LEAGUE LEGACY $ 545.82 ; LEAGUE LEGACY $ 681.01 ; LEAN, PAUL $ 52.50 ; LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES, INC $ 104.75 ; LEARNING WITHOUT TEARS $ 525.25 ; LEGO EDUCATION $ 287.60 ; LEIER, MICHAEL R $ 70.00 ; LEIER, MICHAEL R $ 70.00 ; LEIER, WESLEY D $ 118.00 ; LEVENGER $ 980.80 ; LIEN, MICHAEL $ 75.00 ; LIEN, MICHAEL $ 150.00 ; LOCH, MADISON $ 51.63 ; LOFFLER COMPANIES $ 6,426.09 ; LOGO 2 PROMO $ 52.45 ; LONG, COURTNEY $ 70.00 ; LUTTIO, JEREMY D $ 139.50 ; LYONS, KAITLAN $ 75.49 ; M & J AUTO PARTS INC $ 340.20 ; M & J AUTO PARTS INC $ 1,198.86 ; MACGILL SUPPLIES $ 37.95 ; MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES $ 909.51 ; MAC’S $ 53.95 ; MADSON, ROXANNE $ 135.00 ; MAGNUM ELECTRIC $ 3,492.00 ; MAKI, JACOB TIMOTHY $ 57.63 ; MARCO $ 24,154.63 ; MARCO $ 72,034.92 ; MARCO LEARNING $ 1,998.00 ; MARCO PRODUCTS, INC $ 227.78 ; MARCO’S PIZZA $ 143.40 ; MARCO’S PIZZA $ 289.27 ; MARK FORKNER SPECIALTIES $ 460.07 ; MARKERBOARD PEOPLE $ 6,480.00 ; MARRIOTT HOTELS $ 1,425.00 ; MARTIN, TRAVIS L. $ 84.50 ; MARTINSON, LOIS JEANETTE $ 70.00 ; MARTINSON, LOIS JEANETTE $ 105.00 ; MARTINSON, LOIS JEANETTE $ 175.00 ; MARZANO RESOURCES $ 1,680.00 ; MASTEL, MARY BETH $ 165.00 ; MATHCOUNTS $ 360.00 ; MAUCORT, BERNARD D $ 62.50 ; MAUCORT, BERNARD D $ 420.00 ; MBN ENGINEERING, INC $ 3,500.00 ; MCARTHUR TILE $ 5,503.39 ; MCGRAW HILL $ 652.35 ; MCGRAW HILL $ 2,686.54 ; MEAD AND HUNT $ 2,133.00 ; MEDCO SUPPLY COMPANY $ 59.88 ; MEDEX LOGISTICS $ 45.00 ; MEHL’S FLOUR COMPANY $ 683.98 ; MELBY, JILL $ 108.00 ; MENARDS $ 71.80 ; MENARDS $ 244.23 ; MENARDS $ 506.56 ; MENARDS $ 918.65 ; MENARDS $ 1,123.56 ; MERIDIAN COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION $ 6,722.45 ; MERIDIAN COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION $ 89,816.21 ; MICHAEL J BURNS ARCHITECTS $ 92.50 ; MIDWEST EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS $ 3,750.00 ; MIDWEST OVERHEAD CRANE CORP $ 302.34 ; MILLER, BRANT $ 75.00 ; MILLER, BRENTON $ 60.39 ; MILLER, HEATHER $ 263.52 ; MINKO CONSTRUCTION INC $ 3,150.00 ; MINKO CONSTRUCTION INC $ 37,739.00 ; MINNESOTA CHILD SUPPORT $ 132.90 ; MINNESOTA CHILD SUPPORT $ 132.90 ; MINNESOTA DEPT OF REVENUE $ 5,256.34 ; MINNESOTA DEPT OF REVENUE $ 5,827.84 ; MINNESOTA DEPT OF REVENUE $ 50,414.65 ; MINNKOTA RECYCLING $ 3,061.67 ; MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES $ 18.46 ; MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES $ 18.46 ; MITCHELL, EMMA $ 77.00 ; MN GIRLS BASKETBALL COACHES ASSOC $ 300.00 ; MOE, JAMES $ 367.00 ; MOELLER, ABIGAIL $ 40.60 ; MOEMS $ 119.00 ; MOEN PORTABLES & SEPIC $ 303.75 ; MOEN PORTABLES & SEPIC $ 385.00 ; MOEN PORTABLES & SEPIC $ 510.00 ; MOLIN CONCRETE PRODUCTS COMPANY $ 2,966.80 ; MONACO $ 3,718.10 ; MONEY MOVERS $ 840.00 ; MONONO, EWUMBUA MENYOLI $ 130.00 ; MOORE, SHANE SR $ 75.00 ; MOORE, SHANE SR $ 75.00 ; MOORE, SHANE SR $ 100.00 ; MOORHEAD PUBLIC SERVICE $ 6,217.82 ; MOSYLE CORPORATION $ 80,190.00 ; MTI DISTRIBUTING $ 310.10 ; MURPHY, AMYJO $ 281.02 ; MUSIC EMPORIUM $ 170.00 ; MUSIC EMPORIUM $ 525.00 ; NAGEL, BRIANNA $ 450.00 ; NASCO $ 29.76 ; NASCO $ 158.00 ; NATIONAL SPEECH AND DEBATE ASSOC $ 177.00 ; NAT’L ASSOC FOR MUSIC EDUCATION $ 100.00 ; NAT’L ASSOC FOR MUSIC EDUCATION $ 140.00 ; ND ACDA $ 42.00 ; ND ACDA $ 84.00 ; ND ACDA $ 133.00 ; ND BOARD OF NURSING $ 60.00 ; ND BOARD OF NURSING $ 60.00 ; ND BOARD OF NURSING $ 240.00 ; ND COUNCIL OF EDUC LEADERS $ 700.00 ; ND COUNCIL OF EDUC LEADERS $ 880.00 ; ND COUNCIL OF EDUC LEADERS $ 1,580.00 ; ND DECA $ 180.00 ; ND DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES $ 175.00 ; ND HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOC $ 50.00 ; ND HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOC $ 50.00 ; ND HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOC $ 90.00 ; ND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIRE $ 163,043.14 ; ND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIRE $ 414,973.41 ; ND STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE $ 1,328.00 ; ND STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT $ 1,425.20 ; ND STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT $ 1,692.16 ; ND STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT $ 5,943.00 ; ND STATE LAND DEPT $ 5,204.12 ; ND STATE TAX COMMISSIONER $ 101,343.00 ; ND TEACHER FUND FOR RETIREMENT $ 1,839,384.00 ; NDADD $ 100.00 ; NDALL $ 1,440.00 ; NDSAA $ 105.00 ; NDSAA $ 2,280.00 ; NDSU $ 200.00 ; NDSU $ 400.00 ; NDSU $ 981.80 ; NDSU $ 1,080.00 ; NETCENTER SUPPLY $ 260.51 ; NEWLAND, STEPHANIE DAWN $ 172.80 ; NEZNIK, JENNIFER ANN $ 19.15 ; NFL ROUGH RIDER DISTRICT $ 145.00 ; NFL ROUGH RIDER DISTRICT $ 315.00 ; NFL ROUGH RIDER DISTRICT $ 1,220.00 ; NICHOLE’S $ 40.00 ; NOCTURNAL HOSPITALITY GROUP $ 1,080.65 ; NOESEN, MADISON $ 450.00 ; NOLD, JEFFREY WILLIAM $ 84.50 ; NORCOSTCO $ 234.74 ; NORLAND, KORA $ 35.00 ; NORLAND, KORA $ 70.00 ; NORLAND, KORA $ 70.00 ; NORTH DAKOTA LIBRARY ASSOC $ 310.00 ; NORTH DAKOTA ONE CALL $ 12.50 ; NORTHERN CASS SCHOOL DIST #97 $ 249.00 ; NORTHLAND TRUSS SYSTEMS, INC $ 13,950.00 ; NORTHLAND TRUSS SYSTEMS, INC $ 19,385.00 ; NORTHWEST IRON FIREMEN INC $ 556.10 ; NOTHING BUNDT CAKES $ 216.00 ; NOVOA, MARIA $ 450.00 ; ODLAND, PAUL $ 335.00 ; OFFICE DEPOT $ 128.70 ; OFFICE DEPOT $ 177.55 ; OFFICE DEPOT $ 271.20 ; OFFICE SIGN COMPANY $ 64.12 ; OFFICE SIGN COMPANY $ 76.96 ; OFFICE SIGN COMPANY $ 1,463.41 ; OHLHAUSER, LENNY $ 546.76 ; OJEDA, RACHEL $ 450.00 ; OLSON, KARA LYN SCHMITZ $ 78.00 ; OLSON, KARA LYN SCHMITZ $ 83.00 ; OMNI GROUP INTERNATIONAL LLC $ 2,220.00 ; OPP CONSTRUCTION $ 30,622.72 ; ORIENTAL TRADING COMPANY $ 244.58 ; ORIENTAL TRADING COMPANY $ 293.81 ; OSTENDORF, AMANDA $ 35.00 ; OSTENDORF, KRISTINE $ 385.62 ; OURADNIK, KYLE S. $ 75.00 ; OURADNIK, KYLE S. $ 84.50 ; OVERDRIVE $ 18,000.00 ; PAN O GOLD BAKING CO $ 322.24 ; PAN O GOLD BAKING CO $ 1,148.69 ; PAN O GOLD BAKING CO $ 1,997.17 ; PAPA JOHN’S $ 110.00 ; PAPA JOHN’S $ 487.00 ; PAPA JOHN’S $ 1,057.00 ; PAPER, TONY $ 66.00 ; PAPER, TONY $ 90.00 ; PARSONS ELECTRIC $ 845.00 ; PAUL BUNYAN NURSERIES $ 234.15 ; PAWLIK, GREGORY $ 19.10 ; PAXTON PATTERSON $ 223.15 ; PEARSON $ 410.49 ; PEARSON $ 1,915.20 ; PEDERSON, KARLA $ 575.00 ; PEDERSON, KAY $ 105.00 ; PEDERSON, KAY $ 105.00 ; PEDERSON, KAY $ 140.00 ; PEDERSON, LEVI $ 117.10 ; PEETERS, SARAH $ 57.41 ; PEETERS, SARAH $ 119.40 ; PENNICK, KOBY A $ 139.50 ; PENNICK, KOBY A $ 139.50 ; PENNICK, KOBY A $ 139.50 ; PEPPER AT ECKROTH $ 652.63 ; PEPSI COLA BOTTLING $ 404.96 ; PEPSI COLA BOTTLING $ 1,013.11 ; PEPSI COLA BOTTLING $ 1,681.82 ; PEPSI COLA BOTTLING $ 1,812.99 ; PETERSON, ADDISON MAE $ 154.00 ; PETERSON, SUSAN NICOLE KENIEN $ 237.58 ; PETRO SERVE USA $ 2,769.00 ; PETSMART $ 48.75 ; PIATZ, SHANE $ 84.50 ; PIERCE LEE ROOFING, LLC $ 23,350.00 ; PINK IT FORWARD $ 1,435.50 ; PIONEER VALLEY BOOKS $ 99.00 ; PITSCO $ 209.50 ; PLAY IT AGAIN SPORTS $ 132.00 ; PLUNKETT’S PEST CONTROL $ 504.33 ; POCKET NURSE $ 233.24 ; POCKET NURSE $ 2,267.94 ; POLAR INSULATION $ 3,828.20 ; POPP BINDING & LAMINATING INC $ 291.54 ; POPPLERS MUSIC $ 3,186.64 ; POPULAR WOODWORKING $ 10.00 ; POST UP STAND $ 426.08 ; POTTER, BEN $ 84.50 ; POTTER, THOMAS $ 87.00 ; POTTY SHACKS $ 120.00 ; POWER SYSTEMS $ 111.56 ; PRAXAIR $ 73.35 ; PREMIUM WATERS, INC $ 65.99 ; PREMIUM WATERS, INC $ 134.74 ; PREMIUM WATERS, INC $ 239.68 ; PRIMUS, KYLIE $ 300.00 ; PRO-ED $ 725.70 ; PRO-ED $ 1,007.00 ; PROQUEST $ 14,639.01 ; PURE HEALTH SOLUTIONS $ 45.00 ; PURE HEALTH SOLUTIONS $ 90.00 ; PUTNAM, DESIRAE $ 70.00 ; QUINTUS, MATTHEW STEPHEN $ 60.01 ; R & R PETROLEUM EQUIP SALES $ 240.00 ; RACE PACE SWIM GEAR $ 547.50 ; RAMADA $ 345.60 ; RAMKOTA HOTEL $ 186.40 ; RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES $ 7,000.00 ; RATWIK, ROSZAK & MALONEY, P.A. $ 5,156.35 ; REALLY GOOD STUFF $ 26.94 ; REALLY GOOD STUFF $ 503.90 ; RED RIVER LANES $ 533.00 ; RED RIVER ZOO $ 263.50 ; REFRIGERATION HEATING INC $ 2,023.72 ; RENEGADE PHOTOGRAPHY $ 250.00 ; RENNEBERG HARDWOODS INC $ 1,199.00 ; RENNEBERG HARDWOODS INC $ 2,052.33 ; RETROFIT COMPANIES $ 502.80 ; RETROFIT COMPANIES $ 655.00 ; RHEAULT, ALLISON A $ 35.00 ; RHEAULT, ALLISON A $ 70.00 ; RHEAULT, ALLISON A $ 140.00 ; RICHARDSON, GRANT $ 133.50 ; RICHARDSON, GRANT $ 181.00 ; RICK ELECTRIC INC $ 3,532.50 ; RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN SPORTS $ 2,312.81 ; RIGELS, INC $ 699.00 ; RIGELS, INC $ 789.00 ; RIGGS, CALVIN $ 84.50 ; RIGGS, MARK R $ 84.50 ; RINAS, ALEXIS $ 155.85 ; RISE VISION $ 23.14 ; RIVERSIDE TECHNOLOGIES INC $ 32,316.00 ; ROACH, KENDRA $ 61.20 ; ROCHESTER 100, INC $ 135.00 ; ROCHESTER ARMORED CAR CO $ 561.84 ; ROCKLER $ 145.96 ; RODEWAY INN $ 665.60 ; ROHLOFF, PRESTON $ 66.00 ; ROHLOFF, PRESTON $ 90.00 ; ROSENBERG, MARY $ 13.89 ; RUSSO’S BOOKS $ 266.86 ; RWP $ 5,000.00 ; RWP $ 6,000.00 ; RWP $ 6,250.75 ; S & S LANDSCAPING $ 2,220.00 ; S & S PROMOTIONAL GROUP $ 135.90 ; S & S PROMOTIONAL GROUP $ 1,037.00 ; S & S PROMOTIONAL GROUP $ 1,552.81 ; SAGER, MADELYNNE $ 5.82 ; SAHR, JENNIFER $ 119.91 ; SAHR, JENNIFER $ 237.58 ; SAM’S CLUB $ 1,908.11 ; SANDMAN, ELEANOR $ 54.40 ; SANDMAN, MARK A. $ 84.50 ; SANDY’S DONUTS $ 142.28 ; SANDY’S DONUTS $ 205.55 ; SANFORD $ 65.00 ; SAVAGEAU, CHRIS $ 450.00 ; SAVILLE, STEVEN B $ 44.01 ; SCANTRON $ 1,592.50 ; SCHEELS $ 1,405.87 ; SCHELL, KAYLEE JO $ 179.00 ; SCHLEICHER, SARAH $ 101.00 ; SCHLEICHER, SARAH $ 139.50 ; SCHLEICHER, SARAH $ 279.00 ; SCHMITZ, ANN L $ 87.00 ; SCHMITZ, ANN L $ 92.00 ; SCHMITZ, ANN L $ 184.00 ; SCHOB, SANDRA A $ 56.00 ; SCHOB, SANDRA A $ 56.00 ; SCHOLASTIC $ 560.34 ; SCHOLASTIC $ 2,624.23 ; SCHOLASTIC $ 6,902.00 ; SCHOOL HEALTH $ 2,112.18 ; SCHOOL SPECIALTY $ 1,992.62 ; SCHOOL SPECIALTY $ 4,620.33 ; SCHOOLMART $ 2,664.85 ; SCHWAB VOLLHABER LUBRATT SERVICE $ 414.00 ; SCHWAB VOLLHABER LUBRATT SERVICE $ 679.50 ; SCHWINDEN, CRAIG $ 84.50 ; SCOTT’S ELECTRIC $ 40,921.11 ; SEEC $ 596.15 ; SEELIG, LINDSAY $ 17.50 ; SELE, NATHAN D $ 84.50 ; SELLDEN, TREVOR $ 66.00 ; SELLDEN, TREVOR $ 90.00 ; SERKLAND LAW FIRM $ 1,929.59 ; SHAR PRODUCTS COMPANY $ 200.64 ; SHAW, ADAM $ 66.00 ; SHAW, ADAM $ 90.00 ; SHOCKMAN, TOM $ 84.50 ; SIGN PRO $ 1,055.00 ; SIGNATURE CONCEPTS $ 3,725.37 ; SIMONSON LUMBER $ 22,296.35 ; SIR SPEEDY $ 245.18 ; SIR SPEEDY $ 1,804.00 ; SIR SPEEDY $ 2,749.35 ; SKATECITY $ 567.00 ; SKM COLLECTIONS $ 181.31 ; SKM COLLECTIONS $ 209.78 ; SLACK, DEBRA K $ 125.50 ; SMEDSHAMMER, VONNE $ 70.00 ; SMEDSHAMMER, VONNE $ 105.00 ; SMITH, SARA ANDREA $ 366.86 ; SMITHCO $ 33,062.64 ; SNO SITES $ 250.00 ; SOEHREN, SEAN $ 75.82 ; SOLUTIONS $ 300.00 ; SOUTHEAST REGION CTE $ 4,100.00 ; SOUTHEAST REGION CTE $ 13,035.25 ; SPARKLIGHT $ 39.37 ; SPARKLIGHT $ 1,190.50 ; SPHERO $ 1,821.32 ; STAHLS’ TRANSFER EXPRESS $ 81.42 ; STAHLS’ TRANSFER EXPRESS $ 157.80 ; STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE $ 577.70 ; STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE $ 2,460.66 ; STEEN, JERED $ 43.43 ; STEIN’S $ 660.63 ; STEIN’S $ 696.00 ; STEIN’S $ 4,029.48 ; STENHOUSE PUBLISHERS $ 2,304.00 ; STEVE WEISS MUSIC, INC $ 72.95 ; STOKKE, ALYSSA $ 930.00 ; STOMMES, ADRIONNA $ 175.00 ; STURM, KAYLA $ 930.00 ; SUBWAY $ 1,784.15 ; SUPER DUPER $ 252.70 ; SUPER DUPER $ 259.90 ; SWEETWATER $ 1,574.23 ; SYSCO $ 465.13 ; SYSCO $ 66,240.36 ; SYSCO $ 66,264.15 ; SYSCO $ 137,232.23 ; TAUNTON DIRECT $ 34.95 ; TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP $ 689.94 ; TEACHER’S CURRICULUM INSTITUTE $ 1,662.00 ; TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS $ 40.98 ; TECTA AMERICA DAKOTAS $ 741.60 ; TECTA AMERICA DAKOTAS $ 2,427.74 ; TECTA AMERICA DAKOTAS $ 2,682.50 ; THISETH, KRISTI $ 162.12 ; THOMPSON, ELIZABETH I. $ 51.30 ; THROW, JOSEPH $ 44.86 ; THUNDER ROAD $ 445.00 ; TIBOR, HANNAH $ 450.00 ; TIDY UP CLEANING $ 12,000.00 ; TNT KID’S FITNESS $ 9,253.80 ; TOAY, BRIAN PATRICK $ 36.00 ; TOAY, BRIAN PATRICK $ 36.00 ; TOOLS4READING $ 500.00 ; TOSHIBA FINANCIAL SERVICES $ 907.86 ; TRAILL PAINTING COMPANY $ 694.98 ; TRAINING ROOM INC $ 1,119.00 ; TRANS-MISSISSIPPI BIOLOGICAL $ 768.93 ; TRICORNE AUDIO, INC $ 8,373.96 ; TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC $ 97.44 ; TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC $ 17,741.90 ; TURNITIN $ 1,937.85 ; UCA/UDA CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES $ 1,689.00 ; UGGERUD, SUZANNE $ 54.10 ; ULINE $ 1,483.15 ; ULINE $ 1,776.24 ; UND $ 14,250.00 ; UNITED PARCEL SERVICE $ 132.00 ; UNITED RENTALS $ 686.70 ; UNITED RENTALS $ 2,266.85 ; UNITED SOCCER COACHES MEMBERSHIP $ 125.00 ; UNITI FIBER $ 4,837.86 ; UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA $ 6,958.63 ; URGENTMED $ 150.00 ; US BANK $ 12,674.52 ; US BANK $ 43,881.25 ; US MATH RECOVERY COUNCIL $ 175.00 ; US MATH RECOVERY COUNCIL $ 484.00 ; US MATH RECOVERY COUNCIL $ 2,080.00 ; VALLEY ATHLETIC $ 43,355.00 ; VALLEY BUS COMPANY $ 19,650.87 ; VALLEY BUS COMPANY $ 324,100.75 ; VALLEY BUS COMPANY $ 359,209.07 ; VALLEY HARDWOOD SUPPLY $ 6,920.32 ; VALLEY REGION VOLLEYBALL $ 250.00 ; VALLEY REGION VOLLEYBALL $ 500.00 ; VARSITY SPIRIT $ 428.95 ; VARSITY SPIRIT $ 818.80 ; VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY $ 1,484.99 ; VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY $ 1,485.00 ; VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY $ 2,639.09 ; VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY $ 25,185.60 ; VERIZON WIRELESS $ 2,044.00 ; VERIZON WIRELESS $ 3,375.41 ; VETSCH, ELLIE $ 450.00 ; VEX ROBOTICS $ 148.48 ; VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICES $ 290.88 ; VOSGERAU, DENNIS $ 139.50 ; WAHPETON PUBLIC SCHOOL DIST $ 150.00 ; WALLING, MICHAEL G. $ 8,750.00 ; WALMART $ 1,438.46 ; WALMART $ 4,252.19 ; WALSTROM, TANNER $ 75.00 ; WALSTROM, TANNER $ 225.00 ; WARD, GRACE $ 450.00 ; WARD’S NATURAL SCIENCE $ 204.82 ; WENAAS, KIRSTEN $ 104.89 ; WENAAS, LARRY $ 279.00 ; WEST MUSIC COMPANY, INC $ 169.75 ; WEST MUSIC COMPANY, INC $ 2,210.00 ; WEST SIDE STEEL $ 676.20 ; WESTERHAUSEN, RENITA $ 135.00 ; WESTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES $ 194.70 ; WEX $ 18.60 ; WEX $ 22.05 ; WEX $ 53.10 ; WEX $ 68.75 ; WEX $ 75.66 ; WEX $ 253.00 ; WEX $ 394.60 ; WEX $ 402.85 ; WEX $ 441.63 ; WEX $ 509.12 ; WEX $ 567.43 ; WEX $ 650.39 ; WEX $ 810.00 ; WEX $ 877.20 ; WEX $ 950.00 ; WEX $ 964.00 ; WEX $ 1,139.69 ; WEX $ 1,457.80 ; WEX $ 1,462.03 ; WEX $ 1,815.49 ; WEX $ 2,762.25 ; WEX $ 2,762.25 ; WEX $ 3,214.00 ; WEX $ 12,825.41 ; WEX $ 22,600.00 ; WHITE, RICKY $ 250.00 ; WHITE, RICKY $ 1,500.00 ; WIGGS, IVY PEARL $ 70.00 ; WIGGS, IVY PEARL $ 70.00 ; WILSON, DEAN $ 284.06 ; WIXO, HAILEY F. $ 70.00 ; WOEHL, BRAD $ 84.50 ; WONDER WORKSHOP $ 1,123.99 ; WOODCRAFT $ 19.99 ; WOODSMITH $ 29.00 ; WOODWORKER’S JOURNAL $ 19.95 ; WORKFORCE SAFETY & INSURANCE $ 350.00 ; WORLD OF OFFICIATING $ 1,280.00 ; XCEL ENERGY $ 230.29 ; XCEL ENERGY $ 17,180.56 ; XCEL ENERGY $ 29,598.73 ; XCEL ENERGY $ 202,043.83 ; XEROX CORPORATION $ 884.97 ; YAEGER, JAIME $ 102.42 ; YHR PARTNERS $ 8,347.77 ; YOUTH FRONTIERS, INC $ 3,370.00 ; ZACHRISON, AIMEE $ 137.50 ; ZANDBROZ $ 261.03 ; ZERR BERG ARCHITECTS INC $ 38,225.30 ; ZIMMERMAN, BETHANY $ 30.46 (Dec. 22, 2021)

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