PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Meeting of the

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Meeting of the

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Meeting of the Board of Trustees Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at 5:30 P.M. AGENDA The Pasadena Independent School Dis...

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Meeting of the Board of Trustees Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at 5:30 P.M. AGENDA

The Pasadena Independent School District Board of Trustees Personnel Committee will meet in Room L101 of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at 5:30 P.M. I.

Convene in a Quorum and Call to Order; Invocation; Pledge of Allegiance

II.

Adjournment to closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee.

III.

Reconvene in Open Session

IV.

Adjourn

The Pasadena Independent School District Board of Trustees Policy Committee will meet in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, at 5:30 P.M. I.

Convene into Open Session

II.

Discussion regarding proposed policies

III.

Adjourn

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The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District will meet in regular session at the conclusion of any committee meetings on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. A copy of items on the agenda is attached. I.

Convene in a Quorum and Call to Order THE SUBJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED OR CONSIDERED OR UPON WHICH ANY FORMAL ACTION MIGHT BE TAKEN ARE AS FOLLOWS:

II.

First Order of Business 1.

Section II

Adjournment to closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code Sections: 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee; 551.071 to consult with district’s attorneys:  concerning matters on which the attorney’s duty to the District under the Code of Professional Responsibility clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act  when the District seeks the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer 551.072 for the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property.

III.

2.

Reconvene in Open Session

7:00 P.M.

3.

Special Recognition

30 minutes

4.

Public Comments - according to Policy BED (LOCAL), Addressing the Board

30 minutes

Consent Agenda

Section III

5 minutes

1.

Minutes of May 24, June 2 & 21, 2016

pages 9-40

2.

Informational Pages

pages 41-119

3.

Bid Items pages 120-131 a. Competitive Sealed Bids and/or Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals:  Catering Services, Snack Trays, and Food Trays, RFP #16-031  Lumber, Building Supplies, Chain Link Fencing, and Related Products, RFP #16-035  Construction Project Management Services, RFP #16-038

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b.

c.

IV.

Contract Renewals:  Copier Services, BID #12-024  Special Education Management System, RFP #14-037  Floor Machines, Accessories, Replacement Parts, Related Items Services, RFP #14-049  Snack Trays, Food Trays and Catering Services, RFP #15-028  Ad-Valorem Tax Collection System Services, RFP #16-017 Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000:  June 1, 2016 through June 30, 2016

Personnel Section

Section IV 10 minutes

1. Consideration and Possible Approval of Administrative Personnel

V.

2. Consideration and Possible Approval of Group Self-Funded/Fully Insured Administrative Services Only (ASO), Stop Loss Reinsurance, and Prescription Benefit Manager (PBM) CSP #16-028

page 132

3. Consideration and Possible Approval of Benefit Changes for 2017

page 133

4. Consideration and Possible Approval of T-TESS Teacher Appraisal Calendar 2016-2017 and Local Procedures

pages 134-138

5. Certified Personnel

pages 139-146

Educational Section

Section V

1. Consideration and Possible Approval of Interlocal Agreement Between the Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Community Youth Services to Provide a Youth Service Specialist for the Summit

page 147

2 minutes

2. Consideration and Possible Approval of Agreement Between Pasadena Independent School District and Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation for Kruse School Based Health Center Housed on Kruse Elementary School Property

pages 148-149

2 minutes

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3. Consideration and Possible Approval of Agreements Between Pasadena Independent School District and University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston for a School Based Student Nursing Clinical Rotation

page 150

2 minutes

4. Consideration and Possible Approval of Agreement Between Pasadena Independent School District and Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation for W.A.V.E. School Based Health Center Housed on Matthys Elementary School Campus

pages 151-152

2 minutes

5. Consideration and Possible Approval of Revised ADA Snapshot Time for Selected Pasadena Early College High School Students in Grade 11 and 12

pages 153-156

2 minutes

6. Consideration and Possible Approval of Peer Facilitator (PF) Appraisal Instrument for Implementation during the 2016-2017 School Year

page 157

2 minutes

7. Consideration and Possible Approval of Partnership Between the Pasadena Independent School District and The City of Houston, Texas Acting By and Through its Houston Department of Health and Human Services (HDHHS) Bureau of Oral Health for Implementation of Project Saving Smiles (PSS)

page 158

2 minutes

8. Consideration and Possible Approval of Partnership Between the Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services (HCPHES) for Implementation of Super Smile Saver Program

page 159

2 minutes

9. Consideration and Possible Approval of Application for General TEA Waivers for Early Release and the State Teacher Data Portal System for the 2016-2017 School Year

page 160

2 minutes

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10. Consideration and Possible Approval of Sole Source Purchase of District Site License for Algebraic Reasoning by Cosenza and Associates for High School Algebraic Reasoning Course

page 161

2 minutes

11. Consideration and Possible Approval of Advise TX Contract and MOU Agreement for 2016-2017

page 162

2 minutes

12. Consideration and Possible Approval of Renewal for Gartner Inc.’s CIO Essentials One Year Service

page 163

2 minutes

13. Consideration and Possible Approval for Sole Source Purchase of Waterford Early Learning Reading Curriculum (Grades PK-2) from Waterford Research Institute for the 2016-2017 School Year

page 164

2 minutes

14. Consideration and Possible Approval of Multiple Grant Awards and Grant-Funded Positions

pages 165-166

2 minutes

15. For Your Information Only Grants Department-Year in Review

10 minutes

16. Consideration and Possible Approval of Extension of Vacation or Non-Duty Day Deadlines through October 30, 2016 for Vicki McWilliams

page 167

VI.

Student Achievements NONE

Section VI

VII.

Policy Update and Review

Section VII

1. Consideration and Possible Adoption of TASB Localized Policy Update 104, Affecting Local Policies (see list)

pages 168-169

2 minutes

2. Consideration and Possible Adoption of PISD Interim Local Policy Update 2016.03, Affecting Local Policies (see list)

pages 170-171

2 minutes

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2 minutes

VIII.

IX.

X.

Financial Section

Section VIII

1. Consideration and Possible Approval of Budget Amendments

pages 172-193

2 minutes

2. Consideration and Possible Approval of Renewal of Interlocal Agreement with TASB as Third Party Administrator for Workers’ Compensation 2016-2017

page 194

2 minutes

3. Consideration and Possible Approval of Salary Schedule Book for the 2016-2017 School Year

page 195

2 minutes

Operations Section

Section IX

1. Consideration and Possible Approval of Design Development Phase for the New Mae Smythe Elementary School Replacement Project

page 196

2. Consideration and Possible Approval of Construction Contract for the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School Addition Project, and Funding by the 2014 Bond Contingency Pool

pages 197-198

2 minutes

3. Consideration and Possible Approval of Design Services Agreement for the Miller Intermediate School Kitchen Hood Replacement Project

page 199

2 minutes

4. Consideration and Possible Approval of Blanket Electrical Easements for the Dobie High School 9th Grade Campus Project

page 200

2 minutes

5. Consideration and Possible Approval of Allowance Expenditure Authorization (AEA) No. 37 for the Nelda Sullivan Middle School Project

page 201

2 minutes

Construction Update (see handout)

Section X

10 minutes

2 minutes

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XI.

Miscellaneous Section

Section XI

1. Communications

1 minute

2. Public Comments (continuation if necessary)

10 minutes

3. Consideration and Possible Approval of 2016-2017 Internal Audit Schedule 4. Set date for next regular meeting suggest Tuesday, August 30, 2016

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page 202

5 minutes

1 minute

If during the course of the meeting covered by this notice the Board should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session of the Board should be held or is required in relation to an item noticed in this meeting notice, then such closed or executive meeting or session as authorized by Section 551.001 et seq. of the Texas Government Code (the Open Meetings Act) will be held by the Board at that date, hour and place given in this notice or as soon after the commencement of the meeting covered by this notice as the Board may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by Sections 551.071-551.084, inclusive, of said Open Meetings Act, including, but not limited to:

Section 551.084 - For the purpose of excluding witness or witnesses from a hearing during examination of another witness. Section 551.071 - For the purpose of a private consultation with the Board’s attorney on any or all subjects or matters authorized by law. Section 551.072 - For the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property. Section 551.073 - For the purpose of considering a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation. Section 551.074 - For the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer or employee or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee. Section 551.082 - For the purpose of considering discipline of a public school child or children or to hear a complaint by an employee against another employee if the complaint or charge directly results in a need for a hearing. Section 551.076 - To consider the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel or devices. Section 551.083 - For the purpose of considering the standards, guidelines, terms or conditions the Board will follow, or instruct its representatives to follow, in consultation with representatives of employee groups in connection with consultation agreements provided for by Section 13.901 of the Texas Education Code. 5.

Adjournment

9:42 P.M.

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Minutes of the Board Tuesday, May 24, 2016 The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School district met in regular meeting on Tuesday, May 24, 2016, at 5:34 PM in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Ms. Mariselle Quijano, presiding officer Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Marshall Kendrick Mrs. Nelda Sullivan Mr. Fred Roberts Mr. Jack Bailey Mr. Kenny Fernandez (arrives at 6:45 PM) The Presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Bailey gave the Invocation and Mrs. Sullivan led the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board adjourned into Executive Session at 5:36 P.M. pursuant to Texas Government Code Sections: 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee; 551.071 to consult with district’s attorney;  Concerning matters on which the attorney’s duty to the District under the Code of Professional Responsibility clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act  When the District seeks the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer 551.072 for the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property. The Board reconvened into open session at 7:02 P.M. and discussed the following business.

Special Recognition

Justice Henderson, Dobie HS student, was recognized for her outstanding senior track season winning awards in the district championships, area meets and the regional meets. The Dobie Speech and Debate Team were recognized for their extraordinary success on the state and national circuit.

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Dr. Powell recognized the Elementary New Teacher of the Year, Jason Juneau of Jessup ES; the Middle School New Teacher of the Year, Daniel Frazier III of Schneider MS; Intermediate New Teacher of the Year, Rachel Matthews of Park View IS; High School New Teacher of the Year, Joe Duda of Sam Rayburn HS; Elementary Teacher of the Year, Patricia Wright of Turner ES; and Secondary Teacher of the Year, Lloyd Love of Pasadena Memorial HS. Mrs. Vickie Morgan was recognized for 30 years of service to the district and students of Pasadena ISD. Public Comments

Mr. George Taylor addressed the Board regarding the noise of the air conditioner at Sullivan Middle School.

No. 21354 APPROVED Consent Agenda

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Consent Agenda, as shown on pages 8-107, Section III of the agenda, and copied below. Informational Pages on pages 8-96 Competitive Sealed Bids and/or Request For Competitive Sealed Proposals on pages 97-107  Warehouse Stock Items (Child Nutrition, Custodial, Art, Clinic, Electrical Lamps & Floor Machine Equipment and Supplies), BID #16-018  Service Department Uniforms, RFP #16-021  Retail Purchases of Materials, Supplies and Miscellaneous Items, RFP #16-025 Contract Renewals:  Internet Access (Erate), RFP #14-035  Painting Murals, RFP #14-039  In-Store Purchases of School Materials, Supplies, and Miscellaneous Items, RFP #14-048  PSTN Access Lines for VOIP PBX System and POTS (Erate), RFP #15-016  Party Rental Equipment & Supplies, RFP #15-025  Plumbing Contractor, RFP #15-029 Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 April 1, 2016 through April 30, 2016 Mrs. Sullivan asked if the Software Licensing & Maintenance Agreement for $186,000 for the Tax Department on page 106 of the board book had been approved by the Board. Anita Henry, PISD Tax Assessor & Collector, responded that it was approved by the Board in June of last year as part of the package

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from Mr. Piscacek and Mrs. Conway. Dr. Powell added that this becomes effective this coming June and will help make the department more efficient. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21355 APPROVED Administrative Personnel

Motion by Mrs. Sullivan, seconded by Mr. Kendrick, that the Board approve Administrative Personnel, as shown on addenda pages AE, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

Jane Wilbanks Olivia A. Martin Jessica L. McCoy Jeremy Richardson Andrea Wenke

Occupational Therapist Science Specialist Asst Principal, Lewis CTHS Principal, Memorial HS Principal, South Houston HS

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21356 APPROVED Percent of Midpoint Salary Increases for the 2016-2017 School Year

Motion by Mr. Kendrick, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve the percent of midpoint salary increases for the 2016-2017 school year as presented, as shown on pages 108-109, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

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Teachers: The GPI (General Pay Increase) is based on 2.25% of the midpoint for each pay grade. The proposed salary schedule for 2016-2017 includes a beginning bachelor’s degree salary of $51,018 and provides a salary increase of $1,288. We will continue to implement the "5th year retention bump" to give a one-time additional 1% to teachers that have completed their fifth year of experience. This additional 1% for these employees will provide a salary increase of $1,860. In the future, it is our intent to build teacher salary schedules that reflect this additional one-time 1% for teachers that complete their 5th year of service. Paraprofessionals: The GPI (General Pay Increase) is based on 2.25% of the midpoint for each pay grade. Administrative Support – Non Exempt: The GPI is based on 2.25% of the midpoint for each pay grade.

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Administrators: The GPI is based on 2.25% of the midpoint for each pay grade. Administrative Support – Exempt: The GPI is based on 2.25% of the midpoint for each pay grade. PISD Police: The GPI is based on 2.25% of the midpoint for each pay grade. Teachers: Paraprofessionals: Administrative Support – Non Exempt: Administrators: Administrative Support – Exempt: PISD Police:

5,228,180 747,205 605,020 1,153,058 43,623 43,614

Total

$7,820,700

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the Percent of Midpoint Salary Increases for the 2016-2017 School Year as presented. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21357 APPROVED Additional Personnel for 2016-2017 School Year

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve additional personnel for the 2016-2017 school year as presented on page 110, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

The Superintendent’s Cabinet has reviewed the personnel requests for 2016-2017. These items have been designated as the priority requests for the 2016-2017 budget. Other Funds

Personnel Additions: Certified Bilingual Teachers (-4) Regular Teachers (-10) Sp Ed OMEGA Teachers (4) Sp Ed Behavior Support Serv. Teacher (1) Sp Ed Resource/SF Teachers (7) Sp Ed ABLE/PABLE Teacher (-1)

Local Funds (244,480) (580,000) 238,240 60,080 410,550 (59,560)

Total Certified

0

(175,170)

       

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Non-Certified Sp Ed Gen Res/Supp. Fac C02 185 days (3)

69,000

Sp Ed Appraisal Clerk C03 185 days (7) Sp Ed Aide ABLE/PABLE C03 185 days (-3) Paraprofessional Aides Crossing Guards N04 178 days 4.5/hr (3) Campus Ind Study Monitor C04 185 days

168,000 (72,000) (69,000) 45,000 29,000

Coun. Clerk Middle School C04 190 days

30,000

Total Non-Certified   

0   

Total

200,000   

0

24,830

The cost is included in the proposed budget for 2016-2017. We recommend approval of the additional personnel for the 20162017 school year as presented. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21358 APPROVED Pre-Kindergarten Grant Funded Teachers for 2016-2017 School Year

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve Pre-K Grant Funded Teachers for the 2016-2017 school year as presented on page 111, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

The Superintendent’s Cabinet has reviewed the personnel requests for 2016-2017. These items have been designated as the priority requests for the 2016-2017 budget. We have recently received funding approval for the new state grant for Pre-Kindergarten programs from TEA and are requesting approval of the teachers at this time. Other Funds

Personnel Additions: Certified Pre-K Teachers (11) Bilingual Pre-K Teachers (9)

638,000 550,080 Total 1,188,080

Local Funds 0 0 0

The cost is included in the proposed budget for 2016-2017 in the Pre-Kindergarten Grant Fund. We recommend approval of Pre-K Grant Funded Teachers for the 2016-2017 school year as presented.

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Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21359 APPROVED Early College High School District Coordinator Position (A04-240 days)

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Early College High School District Coordinator position (A04-240 days), as shown on page 112, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

The expansion of the Early College High School (ECHS) model from one to five program requires district level coordination. The ECHS District Coordinator will oversee implementation and growth of the ECHS programs at all comprehensive high schools in Pasadena. The Coordinator will develop proposals for ECHS program designations by TEA, execute recruitment activities, act as liaison between San Jacinto College and ECHS programs in accordance with the Texas ECHS Blueprint, disaggregate and present data regarding program progress, and audit programs for compliance. This position is to begin on August 1, 2016. $118,000 from local funds We recommend approval of the Early College High School District Coordinator position (A04 – 240 days). Mr. Kendrick asked if we have more than one ECHS campus. Dr. Powell responded that we do not at this time. You’ll remember, as part of our Bond as well as our Strategic Plan, in 2017 we will be adding all the other high schools. We will be bringing this person on to get ready for this major undertaking with our partnership with San Jacinto College. Dr. Hickman added that this person will begin on August 1st and will do the recruiting for all 4 high schools next class. That means going to all of the schools, producing the brochures, advertising to the 8th graders for the following year, and helping hire the Deans that we hope to hire in December that will begin in March if we go according to plan. They will do all the work necessary with the architects over that next year to have everything ready for the following year to start the 4 new Early College High Schools. Mr. Kendrick asked what happens if the ECHS campuses are delayed because of the bids for building the campuses.

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Dr. Powell clarified that they would go hand in hand…..they position with the building of the campuses. Mrs. Sullivan asked if we have a complete job description for this position. Dr. Hickman responded that we do and handed a copy out to the Board. Dr. Powell added that we would bring this ECHS Coordinator on a year ahead of when the schools would open to recruit and make sure we are ready and San Jacinto College is ready. This is a huge undertaking not only for our district but San Jac College as well. If we find out the building of the campuses is postponed we will postpone the position as well. Mrs. Sullivan stated that this is going to take an extremely qualified person. Dr. Powell replied that we will look until we get that person. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21360 APPROVED Renewal of Contract for RFQ #14-046 for Employee Benefits and Insurance Consulting Services

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve to renew the contract for RFQ #14-046 to Gallagher Benefit Services, for Employee Benefits and Insurance Consulting Services effective July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017, as shown on page 113, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

The District awarded Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. for Employee Benefit and Insurance Consulting Services. Services to be provided under this solicitation are consulting management services for our PISD Medical Plans, Clinic Services, and Pharmacy Services along with compliance services required by the Affordable Care Act. Services are also to be provided to assist PISD in bidding out our voluntary insurance coverage and assisting us in the analysis and recommendation of the various products. We were able to have services paid by commissions earned by the District voluntary insurance coverage to offset all of these fees ($200,000/yr) so the District did not actually incur any cost for these consulting services. The estimated fee will be paid by funds in the PISD Employee

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Benefits Fund and/or with commissions from our voluntary insurance products. We recommend that the Board renew the contract for RFQ #14-046 to Gallagher Benefit Services, for Employee Benefits and Insurance Consulting Services effective July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21361 APPROVED Action to Nonrenew the Term Contract of Susan Levonius, Instructional Material Coordinator, Effective at the End of the 20152016 School Year

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the nonrenewal of the term contract of Susan Levonius, Instructional Material Coordinator, effective at the end of the 20152016 school year, as shown on page 114, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21362 APPROVED Contract Corrections

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve corrections be made for the individuals named below, as shown on page 115, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

The administration recommends that District nonrenew the term contract of Susan Levonius, Instructional Material Coordinator, based on one or more reasons set forth in Board Policy DFBB (Local), effective at the end of the 2015-2016 school year. Nonrenewal of the term contract of Susan Levonius, Instructional Material Coordinator, effective at the end of the 2015-2016 school year. None

We recommend that corrections be made for the individuals named below. A copy is included in permanent records. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

Certified Personnel

The information below reflects action on Certified Personnel for the 2016 – 2017 school year, as shown on pages 116-118, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

None

The information below reflects action on Certified Personnel for the 2016-2017 school year.

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We recommend approval for the New Hires for the 2016-2017 school year. A copy in available in the Superintendent’s Office. No. 21363 APPROVED District-Wide Application for a TEA Low Attendance Waiver

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve the district-wide application for a TEA low attendance waiver for the missed instructional day, as shown on page 119, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. TEA allows applications for waivers if district-wide attendance is low on a particular day due to weather, health or safety issues and provides for them to be excused. The waiver is being submitted due to inclement weather/flooding on April 18, 2016. The district-wide ADA for the day was 35.7%. ADA will be adjusted pending TEA waiver approval. We recommend approval of the district-wide application for a TEA low attendance waiver for the missed instructional day.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21364 APPROVED Cap Enrollment at Overcrowded Campuses

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the schools listed be capped for transfer enrollment effective June 10, 2016, for the 2016-2017 school year, as shown on page 120, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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The increased enrollment across the district has put a strain on the facilities in some campuses. The district allows limited transfers among schools in the district for children of district employees, programmatic offerings and as required under the federal AYP process. Capping enrollment would prohibit any new transfers to a capped campus for the 2016-17 school year, beginning Friday, June 10, except for siblings of students currently on a transfer and for extenuating circumstances. Students living within the school’s attendance zone would still be permitted to enroll. The following campuses face significant enrollment pressure and are recommended to be capped. Dobie High School, Rayburn High School, Bondy Intermediate, Thompson Intermediate, and Pomeroy Elementary.

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We recommend the schools listed above be capped for transfer enrollment effective June 10, 2016, for the 2016-17 school year. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21365 APPROVED Gardens Elementary Turnaround Plan for the 20162017 School Year

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Turnaround Plan for Gardens Elementary School to be implemented in the 2016-2017 school year, as shown on page 121, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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Gardens Elementary is required to submit a Turnaround Plan to the Texas Education Agency due to accountability ratings of Improvement Required for three consecutive years. This plan must address the campus’ systemic approach to producing significant and sustainable gains in achievement and a Met Standard rating within two years. The campus implemented a Reconstitution Plan this school year that resulted in major growth and success in student achievement as evidenced in common assessments and district CBA results. A contributing factor to this success is the campus Professional Learning Community (PLC) process that focuses on intensive data review and collaborative planning. The Turnaround Plan developed for the 2016-2017 school year will strengthen the PLC process by focusing on Response to Intervention (RtI) which addresses early identification of struggling learners and the establishment of effective tiered intervention strategies. The RtI plan provides for:  Campus specific staff development that supports instruction and intervention  Coaching and modeling of instruction that promotes highly engaged classrooms  Data analysis to track student learning and create an “early warning system” for intervention  Active collaboration and sharing of lesson plans and interventions among teachers  Lesson design and data protocols that provide continuity across content and grade levels  Intermittent checks that will ensure fidelity of the RtI processes and systems  Communication with parents to support learning in the home environment We recommend approval of the Turnaround Plan for Gardens Elementary School to be implemented in the 2016-2017 school year.

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Dr. Hickman reviewed the Turnaround Plan for 2016-17 with the Board. She praised Lindsey Lesniewski, principal at Gardens ES, and Linda Wright, AYP/SES Coordinator, for their work on this. Mr. Fernandez stated that he had several questions when he first looked at this item. In a district that is so proactive this is one of those reactive moments. Everyone I’ve talked to said good things about Lindsey and Linda and what they are bringing to the table. Thanks for hopefully bringing us out of the woods on this one. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21366 APPROVED Partnership Agreement Between PISD and Houston Methodist St. John Hospital

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the partnership agreement with Houston Methodist St. John Hospital System for the 2016-2019 school years, as shown on page 122, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

None

Houston Methodist St. John Hospital has expressed their willingness to provide partial funding for the head trainer for the District, as well as enhanced orthopedic services for student athletes. In return, Pasadena ISD will provide advertising opportunities and designate Methodist as the official healthcare provider for PISD athletics. Methodist will fund a portion of the salary of the PISD District Athletic Trainer at an amount not to exceed $75,000 annually and provide two sports medicine scholarships of $2,500 annually. The District will assume financial responsibility for the remaining amount of the salary due. We recommend approval of the partnership agreement with Houston Methodist St. John Hospital System for the 2016-2019 school years. Mr. Roberts stated that it says in this item that Methodist is paying $75,000 of this person’s salary and that the District will assume financial responsibility for the remaining amount of the salary due. What is the difference? Mr. Piscacek responded that this person will be paid on the teacher salary scale for 240 days and his salary will be approximately $84,800….so we will make up the difference in the two amounts. Mrs. Sullivan asked how long the agreement is for. Rodney Chant responded that it is from 2016 until 2019.

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Mrs. Sullivan stated that she believes this will be the first time for this long of a term. Mr. Chant explained that when we first began this with Memorial we went 3 year and then it was yearly. Mrs. Sullivan asked if a student had to go to St. John Hospital in case of an emergency. The Methodist Hospital representative remarked that they don’t expect every student to come to them. We understand that you have great providers in this community and parents have a choice where they go. We just want to be tied to a district that is proactive with kids. We have a strong foundation in providing these services across the greater Houston area and would like to partner with PISD and continue what we are doing in your community as well. Ms. Quijano asked about the doctor that was at the football games. The Methodist Hospital representative assured her that they would supply physicians to cover games….not just ours…..there is a physician in the district that has been here for a long time. We are not coming in to remove that relationship…..Dr. Kirkwood will still be actively participating. With our agreement we are also funding a position through the hospital that will float to assist your current athletic trainer and also at your junior high levels as well. Mr. Roberts commented that Methodist Hospital is an excellent group of hospitals and I think will be a great partner. Dr. Powell added that she is excited about this partnership and sees a lot of benefits for our students and staff. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21367 APPROVED Contract with Kuzmich Consulting Services to Provide Professional Development for Techers and

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve a contract with Kuzmich Consulting Services to provide professional development for teachers and administrators for the 2016-2017 school year, as shown on page 123, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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This contract provides for 16 days of consulting services to include professional development for teachers and administrators including literacy training and calibration of walk throughs focused on alignment and implementation of the Pasadena guaranteed

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curriculum. These services will be provided by Lin Kuzmich, a nationally recognized author and leader in school reform. $50,000 plus travel expenses paid from district funds We recommend approval of a contract to with Kuzmich Consulting Services to provide professional development for teachers and administrators for the 2016-17 school year.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21368 APPROVED Participating in the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Early Participation Program, 20162017

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve participation in the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Early Participation Program, 2016-2017, as shown on pages 124-125, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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The College Board’s Early Participation Program is an initiative to support the involvement of all students in the college-going process at an earlier age while there is still time to increase students’ readiness for college expectations. As a participant in the Early Participation Program, the district agrees to pay the registration fee and administer the PSAT/NMSQT to at least 75% of the total ninth, tenth and eleventh grade class on the Wednesday administration date. The district will require all of the high schools to participate in administration. The district will require all intermediate schools to administer the PSAT 8/9 to all eighth grades during a fall testing window. The exam measures skills students need to be on track for college success. All result reports will be reviewed by district and campus personnel to identify skill gaps and improve teaching and learning. The district will receive the following :  PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 exam materials  Student Paper Score Report  Student Online Score Report, delivered via College Board website.  Access to Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy; (Students receive free personalized unique study plans based on their performance  School online access to individual student score reports and aggregate score reports and downloadable student data file  District/School online access to AP access Approximately $159,947.00 from local funds will be used for the

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cost. The PSAT/NMSQT discounted fee is $11.00 per exam. The total cost for the PSAT/NMSQT administration is $133,661.00 based on an enrollment of 12,151 of ninth, tenth and eleventh graders. The PSAT 8/9 total fee is estimated at $26,286.00 based on a student eighth grade population of 4,044 ($6.50 cost per exam). In the fall, PISD will review the enrollment to determine the final cost. We recommend approval of participation in the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Early Participation Program, 2016-17 . Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21369 APPROVED Memorandum of Understanding Between the Department of Defense Youth Program, Starbase 2.0 and PISD

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Defense Youth Program, Starbase 2.0 and PISD, as shown on page 126, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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The vision of the Department of Defense STARBASE is to raise the interest and improve the knowledge and skills of youth in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), providing for a highly educated and skilled workforce that can meet the advanced and technological requirements of the future workplace. STARBASE has provided over 20 years of STEM-based science enrichment programming to 5th grade students at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base during the school year. While this successful program will continue for our 5th grade students, STARBASE selected Pasadena ISD to participate in a new program, STARBASE 2.0. STARBASE 2.0 combines STEM activities with a relationship-rich, school-based environment for extended science learning and will provide an on-site after school program for 6th grade students at two pilot campuses for the 2016-17 school year. This program extends the positive impact of STARBASE through a team mentoring approach, which solidifies the student’s attachment to and engagement with school. STARBASE 2.0 will meet once a week after school for a total of 20 hours and explore Forensic Sciences through STEM-based activities. $3,000 Local Funds

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We recommend approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Defense Youth Program, Starbase 2.0 and Pasadena ISD. Mr. Kendrick asked approximately how many will participate. Dr. Hickman replied that they would probably have about 20 per school and a total of 40 at the most. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21370 APPROVED Memorandum of Understanding Between PISD and Psych On Site

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Memorandum of Understanding between PISD and Psych On Site to provide behavioral and mental health services to students of The Summit, as shown on pages 127-128, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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In order to support the behavioral and emotional needs of our students, The Summit is pursuing a partnership with Psych On Site. Psych On Site’s “Pathway to Progress School Behavioral Health Program” offers a variety of services targeting students who suffer from emotional and behavioral difficulties. Through an integrated therapeutic approach, Psych On Site clinicians provide comprehensive mental health services to educate students and their families dealing with issues impeding academic achievement and social functioning. Psych On Site will provide a licensed mental health professional who will see students and their family members during and after school hours at The Summit, Monday through Friday. Talk therapy will be provided by one of the following licensed clinicians: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or a Clinical Psychologist. The preference will be for a clinician who is bilingual in Spanish and English. There will be no monetary cost to the Pasadena Independent School District but The Summit will provide Psych On Site with student referrals and a confidential office space to see students. The Summit will also provide the clinician with information on grades, attendance and behavior for students they are servicing. Psych On Site will receive payment for services through Medicaid, Texas Health STEPS, CHIP, Texas Children’s Health Plan and private insurance. Through this partnership, we anticipate an increase in school performance and the overall quality of life for our students and their families.

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The Summit will provide office space with access to a computer, phone, printer, and copy machine. We recommend approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Pasadena Independent School District and Psych On Site to provide behavioral and mental health services to students of The Summit. Mrs. Sullivan asked who would be doing the billing for this. Mr. DeWolfe, Summit principal, stated that Psych On Site will be responsible for capturing any funds for services. They will do that within their own support system that they will be supplementing with the actual clinical person that will be on site. Mrs. Sullivan asked how many students they expect to need these services. Mr. DeWolfe responded that they are anticipating a case load of approximately 40-60 students at one time and this will be rotating. They are looking at performing short term intervention as well as short term therapy with the students and their families. Mrs. Morgan asked if it would be group or individual therapy. Mr. DeWolfe replied that it will be individual and would include family members as needed and that decision would be up to the clinician. Mr. Kendrick remarked that this will be a great help to the families. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21371 APPROVED Ongoing Easytech Purchases from Sole Source Provider Learning.com from IMA Funds

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve Budget Amendments, as shown on page 129, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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Proclamation 2014 encompasses Instructional Materials adoption in the following areas: Technology Applications (K-8). This product, EasyTech, is sole source. Sole source purchase will exceed $50,000.00 but will not exceed $120,500.00 during the 2016-2017 school year to be paid with Instructional Materials Allotment Funds. Approval of ongoing Easytech purchases from Sole Source provider

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Learning.com from IMA funds. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21372 APPROVED Renewal of a Sole Source Agreement with Eduphoria! Inc. for the Premium Suite (SchoolObjects) and Lead4Ward Module Support Renewal

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve the renewal of a sole source agreement with Eduphoria! Inc. for the Premium Suite (SchoolObjects) and Lead4Ward module support renewal, as shown on page 130, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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The district purchased Eduphoria SchoolObjects Suite in 2007. It is a fully integrated instructional management solution that is vital to the district. This system is used by all campuses and departments. Eduphoria SchoolObjects Premium Suite is an integrated solution that is used throughout the District by campuses and administrators to warehouse the District’s assessment data, curriculum documents, instructional resources, lesson plans, professional learning opportunities, teacher professional development portfolios, teacher appraisals, classroom walkthroughs, and countless data reports. It also serves as the Technology Helpdesk solution, district online forms and survey tool. The Suite includes Aware, ForeThought, PDAS, Workshop, Helpdesk, Formspace and Facilities & Events. This also includes the Lead4Ward test question database that is integrated into Aware and purchased from into Eduphoria. This product is sole source due to the suite of applications provided. The renewal cost of $101,775.00 is in current Technology Department budgets. Recommendation to approve renewal of a sole source agreement with Eduphoria! Inc. for the Premium Suite (SchoolObjects) and lead4ward module support renewal.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21373 APPROVED PISD Sports Medicine Students to Travel to Orlando, Florida During Spring Break, March 12-

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve PISD sports medicine students to travel to Orlando, Florida during Spring Break, March 12-18, 2017 as shown on pages 131132, Section V of the agenda, and copied below.

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The goal of the district’s high school sports medicine program is to expose students to many educational opportunities within the field of sports medicine and better prepare students to enter the profession of athletic training. Approval is requested for a trip to Orlando,

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Florida during Spring Break, March 12 – 18, 2017, for students from Pasadena, Sam Rayburn, South Houston, J. Frank Dobie, and Pasadena Memorial High Schools. The trip will provide students with opportunities to meet with athletic trainers at Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, visit a university athletic training program, and meet the medical staff for the Houston Astros. Disney World employs full-time athletic trainers to treat all employees from cast members to the cleaning crew. They create injury reduction programs for their stunt men among various other responsibilities. Students will meet with the athletic trainers at Disney World and Universal Studios to discuss options within the athletic training field and how students can work in the performing arts sector of this profession. Arrangements will be made to tour the campus of the University of Central Florida and meet with university athletic trainers. In addition to touring a college campus, this portion of the trip will also help students understand athletic training in the collegiate setting and expose them to the vigorous schedules and course work involved in an athletic training education program. Students will also attend a Houston Astros spring training game or practice (depending on their schedule) and meet with the team’s medical staff. A tour of the facilities and discussion of options for careers within professional sports will help students gain greater understanding of what professional sports require. The cost of the trip is approximately $1,240 per student not to exceed $1,300. All student travel guidelines and expectations will be followed according to the district Business Office procedures. We recommend approval for Pasadena ISD sports medicine students to travel to Orlando, Florida during Spring Break, March 12 – 18, 2017. Mrs. Sullivan asked how many students are expected to participate. Jeremy Jackson stated that they expect about 40 students but they would love about 60. Each school is doing their own fund raising.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

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No. 21374 APPROVED Budget Amendments

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve budget amendments, as shown on pages 139-152, Section VIII of the agenda, and copied below. Budget amendments must be made in accordance with the budgeting procedures set out in the Financial Accounting Resource Guide, which states, “public funds shall not be expended in any manner other than that provided for in the Official Budget, as approved and properly amended. The budget must be amended when a change is made increasing any one of the functional expenditure categories, or revenue object accounts as listed in the Official Budget. Each amendment shall be reflected in the official minutes of the Board of Trustees, and the approved amendments shall be recorded as part of the district’s accounting records. We recommend approval of the budget amendments. A copy if included in permanent records. Mrs. Sullivan asked if the increase on page 144 for the Tax Office budget was the equipment she questioned in the Consent Agenda. Mrs. Conway responded that it was.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21375 APPROVED Student Accident/UIL Insurance for 2016-2017 School Year

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Student Accident/UIL Insurance coverage to The Brokerage Store for the 2016-2017 school year, as shown on page 153, Section VIII of the agenda, and copied below.

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In response to parent concerns about the depth of benefits and coverage offered for athletes, the District requires continuing student accident coverage that comprises not only athletes and student managers, but all other UIL participants including cheerleaders, dance team, choir and band members, vocational trade’s students, and JROTC participants. Our insurance consultant, Joe Blasi, with Region IV Risk Management Services obtained informal quotes this year to gauge the renewal market. The renewal includes no rate increase based on our claims experience and loss ratio. The renewal proposal from The Brokerage Store for 2016-2017 maintains the same schedule of benefits and PISD parents will continue to enjoy “Zero Balance”

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billing when attending network providers and facilities. It also includes the On-line Sports Injury Management system that helps control claims and reduces other coverage issues.

Accident Coverage Catastrophic $7,500,000 ($25K Deductible) Total

2015-2016 $334,000 10,171 $344,171

Proposed 2016-2017 $334,000 10,171 $344,171

We recommend approval of the Student Accident / UIL Insurance coverage to The Brokerage Store for the 2016-2017 school year. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21376 APPROVED Meal Price Increase for 2016-2017

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve the meal prices be increased as noted in the table below, as shown on page 154, Section VIII of the agenda, and copied below.

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Section 205 of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 requires districts participating in the National School Lunch Program to ensure that funds generated from the reimbursement of free meals are not used to subsidize paid student lunches. Districts must raise lunch prices annually as needed until the district paid meal price meets or exceeds the difference between the free meal reimbursement rate and the paid meal reimbursement rate. Child Nutrition revenue will increase approximately $100,000. It is recommended that the meal prices be increased as noted in the table below: Meal / Item Breakfast All Grade Levels Lunch Elementary / Middle Lunch Intermediate / HS

2015-2016 Universal Free Breakfast

2016-2017 Universal Free Breakfast

Increase

2.00

2.10

.10

2.50

2.60

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Ms. Quijano asked if we still have about 80% on Free/Reduced. Dr. Powell responded that we do. Mary Harryman, Director of Child Nutrition Services, explained that due to the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act every year we now get a paid lunch equity tool and calculator. We enter in how many lunches we serve and how much we charge and it tells us what we have to charge the coming year. If we don’t charge what the tool tells us to TEA can withhold our funding. This is why you have seen a few increases over the last 3-4 years than the previous 6 years. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21377 APPROVED Budget and Design Services Agreement for the Renovations to Science Classrooms at south Houston Intermediate School Project

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Kendrick, that the Board approve the budget totaling $250,000 for Phase 1 of the renovations to science classrooms at south Houston Intermediate School project and the design services agreement with SBWV Architects, Inc. in the amount of $18,750, as shown on page 155, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below.

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South Houston Intermediate School currently has inadequate 7th and 8th grade Science facilities, and is in desperate need of Science classroom renovations. During the summer of 2015, the Facilities Department built a new Science portable building (2 classrooms) to help meet immediate needs, while phasing interior renovations. A budget of $250,000 has been established for Phase 1 of the project, which consists of renovations of one science classroom, and all (ADA) revisions required for two restrooms that serve the science area. SBWV Architects, Inc. is the recommended architect for the project. The Facilities Department is requesting approval for Phase 1 of the project: PHASE 1 BUDGET:

$ 250,000

DESIGN SERVICES: (7.5 % of Construction Budget)

$ 18,750

Funding of Phase 1 for a total of $250,000, and design services for a total of $18,750 will be paid by the Facilities Department budget.

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We recommend approval of the budget totaling $250,000 for Phase 1 of the Renovations to Science Classrooms at South Houston Intermediate School project, and the design services agreement with SBWV Architects, Inc. in the amount of $18,750. Mrs. Sullivan stated that she did not realize we had these inequities. Dr. Powell explained that this is not coming out of Bond monies but will be financed through Mr. Fornof’s budget. We have done an analysis through Becky Benner and some of the other Specialists on what our needs were because of curriculum and the need for quality labs and SHIS rose to the top. It is not our only one … we have a list and are taking baby steps to address them. We started with a portable science lab last year at SHIS which helped but this is a permanent solution to some of their needs. We then have a list of other campuses that we need to continue to focus on as money comes available. Mrs. Sullivan asked if the additions will be to the portable of the building itself. Mr. Fornof replied that these would be interior renovations within the building such as upgrades, electrical, plumbing with the existing classrooms. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21378 APPROVED Additional Design Services for the Thomas Hancock Elementary School Project

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve additional design services for the Thomas Hancock Elementary School project in the amount of $33,350, as shown on page 156, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below.

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Additional Design Services have been requested and are recommended for approval for the Thomas Hancock Elementary School Project. Randall-Porterfield is the architect for the project. The initial construction contract amount was $13,650,311. Previously approved Change Orders 1-4 increased the final construction contract amount to $13,873,829. Additional design services were provided by Randall-Porterfield for change orders: 1, 2, and 4. Additional construction administration services were also provided for an extension to the original

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substantial completion date by 24 weeks. The architect has offered, as a more equitable and reasonable approach, to split the additional fee with the district. In summary, a recap of the additional services recommended is as follows: Original A/E Fee: 4.2% of $13,500,000 Proposed A/E Fee: 4.2% of $13,873,829

$ 567,000 $ 582,700

Additional A/E Fee: Additional CA Fee Extension: Total Additional Fees: 50% Adjustment:

$ $ $ $

15,700 51,000 66,700 33,350

Recommended Fee Adjustment:

$ 33,350

Funding will be provided by the Bond Program budget for the Thomas Hancock Elementary School Project. We recommend approval of additional design services for the Thomas Hancock Elementary School project in the amount of $33,350. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21379 APPROVED HVAC Testing and Balancing Services Agreement for the New Dobie 9th Grade Campus Project

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the HVAC Testing and Balancing Services Agreement with National Precisionaire, LLC for the New Dobie 9th Grade Campus Project for a total amount of $78,250.00, as shown on page 157, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below.

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HVAC Testing and Air Balancing is required on all construction projects. All elements of the HVAC system are tested and adjustments are made to provide heating and cooling capacities as specified, and to verify proper operating systems for each project. The Facilities and Construction Department is recommending National Precisionaire, LLC for approval. Contract Amount:

$78,250.00

Funding is provided by the New Dobie 9th Grade Campus Project

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budget. We recommend approval of the HVAC Testing and Balancing Services Agreement with National Precisionaire, LLC for the New Dobie 9th Grade Campus Project for a total amount of $78,250.00. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21380 APPROVED Rejection of All Bids Submitted for CSP 16-023, Early College High School Annexes at Sam Rayburn HS, South Houston HS, and Pasadena Memorial HS

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve the rejection of all bids submitted for CSP 16-023, Early College High School Annexes at Sam Rayburn HS, South Houston HS, and Pasadena Memorial HS, as shown on page 158, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below.

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On May 05, 2016 Pasadena ISD received Competitive Sealed Proposals (CSP) from one general contractor for the Early College High School Annexes at Sam Rayburn HS, South Houston HS, and Pasadena Memorial HS Project. Due to the lack of competitive bids submitted, and a single bid exceeding available funds for the project, the evaluation committee recommends rejection of all bids in the best interest of the District. In order to attract smaller general contractors and multiple bidders, the project will be divided into three separate projects and re-bid in June, 2016. Construction contracts will be presented for consideration and possible approval at the June 2016 regular board meeting. The original project completion date of July 01, 2017 will need to be extended to August 01, 2017. IBI Group Architects is the architect for the project. We recommend a rejection of all bids submitted for CSP 16-023, Early College High School Annexes at Sam Rayburn HS, South Houston HS, and Pasadena Memorial HS. Mr. Roberts asked if the bids were way out of line or just not enough bids. Mr. Fornof replied that we had only one bid and it was way out of line. Mr. Roberts asked if there was a cause for this. Mr. Fornof stated that they thing it was because all 3 projects were

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together. We have split them out now and plan on getting them out for bid the first part of June and bringing them to the June regular board meeting. Mr. Roberts asked if they were talking to any of our ex-good contractors and hearing what their complaints, etc. are. Mr. Fornof replied that these will be prime projects for some of the smaller contractors. We are getting the word out to many of the local smaller general contractors and are getting good feedback and think we will get a lot of activity on them. Mrs. Sullivan asked if the drawings were complete and ready to go. Mr. Fornof replied that they are. Mrs. Morgan stated that we need to make sure these contractors have good recommendations. Mr. Fornof answered that they would. We have worked with a lot of the small contractors that are interested. Mr. Fernandez asked if this would help get the work done quicker. Mr. Fornof responded that it may with the projects being split. One of the projects down fall was that the larger general contractors really didn’t have the personnel to have 3 different superintendents and 3 project managers. We will have a lot more focus on each individual project. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21381 APPROVED Change Order No. 001 for the South Houston High School Track Replacement Project

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve Change Order No. 001 to Beynon Sports Surfaces, Inc. in the credit amount of $17,616.00 for the South Houston High School Track Replacement project, as shown on page 159, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below.

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On October 29, 2015 the contract for construction of the South Houston High School Track Replacement Project was awarded to Beynon Sports Surfaces, Inc. in the amount of $738,412. The project is completed at this time. Change Order No. 001 consists of the following items: Credit for Unused

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Owner Contingency Allowance:

($17,616.00)

TOTAL CHANGE ORDER N0. 001: ($17,616.00) Funding is credited to the Project Owner’s Contingency Allowance for the South Houston High School Track Replacement project in the credit amount of ($17,616.00). We recommend approval of Change Order No. 001 to Beynon Sports Surfaces, Inc. in the credit amount of $17,616.00 for the South Houston High School Track Replacement project. Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

None Adjournment to closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code Sections at 8:20 PM: 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee  to deliberate the appointment of a public officer/officers Reconvene at 8:51 PM.

Reorganization of Board

No. 21382 APPROVED Board President

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Kendrick, that the Board approve Mrs. Sullivan as Board President.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21383 APPROVED Board Vice President

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Kendrick, that the Board approve Mr. Roberts as Board Vice-President.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21384 APPROVED Board Secretary

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve Mr. Fernandez as Board Secretary.

None

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Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21385 APPROVED Board Assistant Secretary

Motion by Mr. Bailey, seconded by Mr. Kendrick, that the Board approve Mrs. Morgan as Board Assistant Secretary.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

No. 21386 APPROVED Date for Next Regular Meeting

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Fernandez, that the Board approve Tuesday, June 28, 2016 for the next regular meeting.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Quijano, Morgan, Kendrick, Sullivan, Roberts, Bailey, Fernandez

None

None

None

Meeting adjourned at 8:55 P.M.

_____________________________________ President, Board of Trustees

_____________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees

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Minutes of the Board Thursday, June 2, 2016 The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School district met in special called meeting on Thursday, June 2, 2016, at 10:33 AM in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Mrs. Nelda Sullivan, presiding officer Mr. Fred Roberts Mr. Kenny Fernandez Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Jack Bailey Mr. Marshall Kendrick Ms. Mariselle Quijano The Presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Roberts gave the Invocation and Ms. Quijano led the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board adjourned into Executive Session at 10:35 P.M. pursuant to Texas Government Code Sections: 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee; 551.071 to consult with district’s attorney;  Concerning matters on which the attorney’s duty to the District under the Code of Professional Responsibility clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act  When the District seeks the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer 551.072 for the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property. The Board reconvened into open session at 11:18 P.M. and discussed the following business.

No. 21387 APPROVED Administrative Personnel

Motion by Ms. Quijano, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve Administrative Personnel, as shown on addenda pages AC, and copied below. Erin Comeaux John Powell

Grants Coordinator Coordinator Innovation & Development

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Jae Lee Yeas Noes

Principal, Burnett ES

Trustees Sullivan, Roberts, Fernandez, Morgan, Bailey, Kendrick, Quijano None

Meeting adjourned at 11:21 A.M.

_____________________________________ President, Board of Trustees

_____________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees

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Minutes of the Board Tuesday, June 21, 2016 The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School district met in special called meeting on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, at 5:30 PM in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas.  

Board Members Present

Mrs. Nelda Sullivan, presiding officer Mr. Fred Roberts Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Jack Bailey Ms. Mariselle Quijano

Board Members Absent

Mr. Kenny Fernandez Mr. Marshall Kendrick The presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Bailey gave the Invocation and Ms. Quijano led the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board adjourned into Executive Session at 5:33 P.M. pursuant to Texas Government Code Sections: 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee: 551.071 to consult with district’s attorney;  Concerning matters on which the attorney’s duty to the District under the Code of Professional Responsibility clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act  When the District seeks the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer 551.072 for the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property. The Board reconvened into open session at 6:12 P.M. and discussed the following business.

No. 21388 APPROVED Administrative Personnel

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Ms. Quijano, that the Board approve Administrative Personnel, as shown on addenda pages A-I, and copied below. Abby Farmer

Counselor, Park View Intermediate

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Jill S. Kennard Sandra I. Plaza Daniella A. Urias Amber B. Macneish Jennifer Guerrero Bradley Luster Aaron D. Smith John Derek Moody

Diagnostician LSSP LSSP Wellness specialist/Health/PE Asst Principal, PMHS Asst Principal, SHHS Asst Principal, SHHS Principal, Southmore IS

Yeas Noes

Trustees Sullivan, Roberts, Fernandez, Morgan, Bailey, Kendrick, Quijano

Budget Workshop

Nina Conway reviewed the changes with the Board on the Budget for 2016-2017

None

Recess from 7:00 PM – 7:16 PM Level Three DGBA Hearing by Mr. Clarence Steptoe and Related Actions

Mr. Steptoe was represented by Mr. Jay Brim and the District was represented by Ms. Jodie Kennemer and Superintendent Dr. DeeAnn Powell. Adjournment to closed session pursuant to Texas Government Codes at 7:17 PM: 551.074 for the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer, employee, or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee:  consider Level Three DGBA hearing by Mr. Clarence Steptoe and related actions 551.071 to consult with district’s attorneys:  concerning matters on which the attorney’s duty to the District under the Code of Professional Responsibility clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act  when the District seeks the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer  legal advice regarding Level Three DGBA hearing by Mr. Clarence Steptoe and related actions 551.082 for the purpose of considering discipline of a public school child, or complaint or charge against personnel:  consider Level Three DGBA hearing by Mr. Clarence Steptoe and related actions The Board reconvened into open session at 8:55 P.M. and discussed the following business.

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No. 21389 APPROVED Action Regarding Level Three DGBA Hearing by Mr. Clarence Steptoe

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Ms. Quijano, that the Board deny the complaint of Mr. Steptoe and uphold the decision to terminate his probationary contract at the end of its present term.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Sullivan, Roberts, Fernandez, Morgan, Bailey, Kendrick, Quijano

None Meeting adjourned at 9:00 PM

_____________________________________ President, Board of Trustees

_____________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees

______________________________________ Date

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    SUBJECT: BACKGROUND:

                                                                       

Check Disbursements for the Month of June, 2016. The following pages recap the disbursements made for accounts payable and payroll for the month of May. The accounts payable disbursements have been made for services and purchases in accordance with applicable state and local policies and procedures. In addition, disbursements were paid to board authorized personnel expenses. These pages are for your information.

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  The following is a summary of invoices paid during the month of June, 2016:

ACCUMULATED FUND CHARGES

199

LOCAL MAINTENANCE

2xx

SPECIAL REVENUE

$4,660,669.35 748,705.34

3xx 4xx

92,516.75

240

FOOD SERVICE

469,401.82

461

ACTIVITY

605,162.54

511

DEBT SERVICE

63x

BOND SERIES 2005

0.00

637

BOND SERIES 2012

5,536.62

638

BOND SERIES 2013

569,562.90

639

BOND SERIES 2015B VARIABLE

655,393.74

640

SERIES 2015A FIXED

275,058.42

692

BOND PAY AS YOU GO 2012

0.00

693

BOND PAY AS YOU GO 2014

81,971.91

753

GROUP BENEFIT FUND

75,171.16

770

WORKERS COMPENSATION

863

PAYROLL CLEARING & LIABILITY FUND

865

AGENCY FUND

36,829.62

0.00

92,753.96 TOTAL

               

128,935.19

$8,497,669.32

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    The following is a summary of payroll for the month of June, 2016:

PAYROLL

199

LOCAL MAINTENANCE

2xx, 3xx, 4xx

SPECIAL REVENUE

240

FOOD SERVICE

418

TRS SUPPLEMENT

0.00

461

ACTIVITY

0.00

637

BOND SERIES 2012

753

GROUP BENEFIT FUND

0.00

865

AGENCY

0.00

2,027,276.74 812,606.26

5,413.45

TOTAL                                                

27,978,054.68

$30,823,351.13

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      PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/14/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 648.00 100.00 59.92 200.00 726.50 1,035.94 7,931.25 2,753.32 244.82 89.00 31.95 207.30 1,537.03 795.00 600.00 420.89 202.50 31.21 234.00 459.41 282.66 229.60 1,875.72 33.88 1,102.83 2,068.50 44.55 3,662.00 5,401.85 56.00 1,430.00 344.77 450.00 264.47 1,045.08 114.00 114.00 12.00 144.00 11.80 471.54 25.19 216.50 7,034.12 239.70 58.34 272.10 450.00 207.36 778.08

CD I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

VENDOR NAME 1ST CHOICE BANK 7 SPICE CAJUN KITCHEN 99 CENT ONLY STORES A D S CUSTOM SIGNS INC A D S CUSTOM SIGNS INC A F C TRANSPORTATION A F C TRANSPORTATION A M C MUSIC A M C MUSIC A S C D A S C D A T & T TEXAS A T & T TEXAS A-AFFORDABLE VACUUM SERV AARON HERVEY AARON HINZE ABASCAL, MARIA ABIGAIL ORTEGA ACADEMY OF NUTRITION/DIE ACADEMY SPORTS AND OUTDO ACADEMY SPORTS AND OUTDO ACCENT SCREEN PRINTING I ACCO BRANDS DIRECT ACCO BRANDS DIRECT ACCO BRANDS DIRECT ACCU-TECH CORPORATION ACCU-TECH CORPORATION ACCU-TECH CORPORATION ACE IMAGE WEAR ACE MART RESTAURANT SUPP ACE T-SHIRTS ACE T-SHIRTS ACE T-SHIRTS ACE T-SHIRTS ACME ARCHITECTURAL HARDW ADILENE FLORES SANCHEZ ADRIANA PRUNEDA ADRIANA SALAZAR ADRIANNA ALLEN ADVANCE AUTO PARTS ADVANCE AUTO PARTS ADVANCE AUTO PARTS ADVANCE AUTO PARTS ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS AFSHEEN A ASHNA AFTER SCHOOL TO ACHIEVE AIRGAS INC AIRGAS INC

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/02/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/28/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 803.94 405.00 202.50 71.00 31.59 86.08 150.00 2,434.97 65.00 1,416.67 15.00 2,010.00 78.06 70.00 51.80 24.00 344.95 1,065.00 130.90 1,237.50 155.66 163.86 121.14 130.00 18.10 7,435.28 21.00 17.00 130.21 404.11 75.00 1,801.30 19,060.00 217.11 98.08 290.00 216.00 553.83 202.30 146.28 130.00 130.00 7.46 7.46 86.00 226.09 17.72 17.50 1,454.91 794.24

CD I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

VENDOR NAME ALBA, RICARDO M ALBRIGHT, JUDY ALEGRIA J ASENCION & VIC ALENA JOAN GRINSTEAD ALFEGO MONTERO ALFONSO RAFAEL RAMIREZ ALICE HENRICHSEN A-LIST SERVICES LLC ALIZA MATA ALL PRO ENVIRONMENTAL MG ALLEN ESCOBEDO ALLIANCE FOR MULTICULTUR ALLISON L NOLAN ALMA ARREDONDO ALMA QUIROGA ALMA VALDIVIA ALONTI CAFE AND CATERING ALONTI CAFE AND CATERING ALONTI CAFE AND CATERING ALONTI CAFE AND CATERING ALONTI CAFE AND CATERING AL'S FORMAL WEAR ALTAGRACIA DELGADO ALVARO TORRES ALVIN WHITE AM HERIT LIFE INS AMANDA FLORES AMANY KHALIL AMBER CHRISTINE BACCIGAL AMBER MARIE ALLAN AMERICAN ASSOC OF TEACHE AMERICAN HERITAGE LIFE I AMERICAN LOGISTICS COMPA AMERICAN MAINTENANCE SUP AMERICAN MAINTENANCE SUP AMERICAN ROBOTICS ACADEM AMERICAN VENDING & SCHOO AMSTERDAM PRINTING AND L AMSTERDAM PRINTING AND L AMSTERDAM PRINTING AND L AMY JARAMILLO ANA BEATRIZ GARCIA ANA CANO ANA CANO ANA GRANDE ANA JUDITH GONZALEZ ANA SOLIS ANA VIRGIA LEYVA DIAZ ANDERSON'S ANDERSON'S ALPHABET U

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/06/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/21/16 06/29/16 06/30/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/02/16 06/03/16 06/06/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/28/16 06/16/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 26.21 1,200.00 13.59 15.00 3,168.00 135.00 420.00 4,980.00 1,598.90 325.79 358.30 2,562.25 478.25 147.94 333.50 65.00 123.66 15.99 500.00 13.00 63.50 159.14 60.32 15.00 75.00 905.51 152.60 166.00 500.00 435.00 300.00 1,315.00 472.00 480.00 1,216.00 888.00 128.00 243.00 409.00 4,809.00 2,121.00 1,333.00 470.00 298.00 51.83 300.00 275.00 300.00 567.00 102.48

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VENDOR NAME ANDREA KOCUREK ANDREA OGONOSKY PhD ANDREA ROSAS ANDRES HURTADO ANDREW BARRETT ANDREW BARRETT ANDREW REYNOLDS ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANDY'S HAWGWILD BAR B QU ANGEL SALDANA ANGELA KENNEDY ANGELICA DIAZ ANGELO'S PIZZA AND PASTA ANNA CORONADO ANNA SEGOVIA ANNETTE ROCHA ANSCHERIDA JAMESON ANTHONY GUTIERREZ ANTONIA GARCIA ANTONIA R ERVIN & ANTONIO G DAVILA ANTONIO'S ITALIAN GRILL ANTONIO'S ITALIAN GRILL ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA AND MORE APOLLO SIGNS APPLE INC APPLE INC APPLE INC APPLE INC APPLIED CONCEPTS INC APPRAISAL & COLLECTION APRIL RENEE LOFTIN AQUARIUM - HOUSTON AQUARIUM - HOUSTON AQUARIUM - HOUSTON AQUARIUM - HOUSTON ARACELI RODRIGUEZ

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/13/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/09/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 187.98 12.00 1,560.00 200.00 528.00 200.00 20.00 384.85 99.00 50.00 71.00 100.00 16,789.29 430.00 12.00 120.00 139.78 135.84 12.00 58.47 991.86 190.00 1,190.96 65.00 312.00 3,799.00 2,999.00 202.50 3,196.00 2,397.00 89,180.00 21,130.00 260.00 336.00 250.00 458.85 1,408.39 6,550.00 4,950.00 750.00 4,400.00 551.00 1,337.50 251.00 1,037.78 216.69 53.32 32.24 176.50 1,371.99

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VENDOR NAME ARGUELLO, CENEY ARLITH SANCHEZ ARMADILLA LANES ARMAND BAYOU NATURE CENT ARMAND BAYOU NATURE CENT ARMAND BAYOU NATURE CENT ARMANDINA CANO ARMSTRONG REPAIR CENTER ARNOLD MAGANA ARTHUR J GALLAGHER RISK ARTHUR J GALLAGHER RISK ARTIE A-S 66 &BELTWAY 8 BLACKH ASEL ART ASHLEE PATRICE NICKERSON ASHLEY CORDOVA ASHLEY DEAN COLLIER ASHLEY PARTICKA ASHLEY RIVERA ASHLIE HAAS ASSOCIATED SUPPLY CO, IN ASTRO APPAREL ATHLETIC, MISC EXP AUGUSTUS LAVINIER AUTHENTIC PROMOTIONS.COM AUTISM AND BEHAVIORAL TE AUTISM AND BEHAVIORAL TE AVALOS, ISABEL V AVID CENTER AVID CENTER AVID CENTER AVONDALE HOUSE AWARDS BY GULF COAST TRO AWARDS BY GULF COAST TRO AWARDS UNLIMITED INC AWARDS UNLIMITED INC AWARDS UNLIMITED INC AWESOME EVENTS AWESOME EVENTS AWESOME EVENTS AWESOME EVENTS AYLESCO/COBB AND COMPANY AYLESCO/COBB AND COMPANY AYLESCO/COBB AND COMPANY B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/20/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/27/16

CK-AMOUNT 6,293.69 12,225.82 1,973.06 2,920.17 2,704.83 4,765.36 1,264.50 2,566.41 458.45 5,731.67 461.04 17.40 362.94 190.80 73.30 1,412.00 2,345.00 3,539.82 15,521.19 1,278.28 3,714.80 3,535.02 134.74 6,003.98 9,686.82 9.50 37.82 1,759.31 547.55 1,898.45 3,185.23 754.65 5,279.33 612.67 119,813.66 75.33 251.88 1,343.68 1,122.51 70.00 43,119.75 6,675.55 7,242.20 57.56 5,122.87 4,984.62 78.09 1,605.01 229.41 164.96

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VENDOR NAME B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO B S N SPORTS B S N SPORTS B S N SPORTS B S N SPORTS BACA, DALE B & OLIVIA BAJ'S COACHING INC BAKER DISTRIBUTING COMPA BAKER, VICKY L BALDEMAR CAMACHO-ARANDA BALDWIN, CRAIG & BALFOUR BALFOUR COMPANY BALFOUR PUBLISHING/YEARB BALFOUR PUBLISHING/YEARB BALFOUR PUBLISHING/YEARB BALFOUR PUBLISHING/YEARB BALFOUR/ACHIEVEMENT PROD BALFOUR/ACHIEVEMENT PROD BALFOUR/ACHIEVEMENT PROD BALFOUR/ACHIEVEMENT PROD BALFOUR/ACHIEVEMENT PROD BALFOUR/ACHIEVEMENT PROD BALFOUR/LONE STAR LETTER BALFOUR/LONE STAR LETTER BALFOUR/LONE STAR LETTER BALFOUR/LONE STAR LETTER BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHE BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHE BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHE BANDA, SILVIA & FELIX BANK OF AMERICA BARBARA KROHN BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS BARNES & NOBLE COLLEGE BARNES & NOBLE COLLEGE BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/14/16 06/29/16 06/14/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/27/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/20/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 745.35 1,167.95 1,784.78 3,534.14 2,741.14 914.25 10,620.36 117.50 54.36 324.00 360.00 42.00 262.58 74.45 17,572.69 708.88 108.00 449.00 20.00 1,536.62 490.00 1,918.00 69,423.91 2,164.92 322.75 1,857.50 123.12 59.98 2,000.00 725.00 26.68 916.10 1,426.00 443.28 454.00 5.29 334.90 2,204.99 650.00 159.98 481.15 80.38 7,029.00 1,260.00 56.10 3,454.85 866.52 937.37 910.46 1,953.13

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VENDOR NAME BARNES & NOBLE INC BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PART BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PART BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PART BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PART BASS COMPUTERS, INC. BASS COMPUTERS, INC. BATH & BODY WORKS #1276 BATTERIES PLUS BULBS BATTLESHIP TEXAS BATTLESHIP TEXAS BAUDVILLE INC BAUDVILLE INC BAUDVILLE INC BAUER VISUAL GRAPHICS IN BAUER VISUAL GRAPHICS IN BAUER VISUAL GRAPHICS IN BAUER VISUAL GRAPHICS IN BAUER VISUAL GRAPHICS IN BAY-IBI GROUP ARCHITECTS BAYOU WILDLIFE PARK BAYSIDE PLUMBING SERVICE BEAED LP BEARCOM BEARCOM BEARCOM BEATRICE LYNN CAMPOS BEATRIZ BOURMAN BEAUMONT ISD BEAUMONT ISD BELTRAN, FRANCISCO BENAVIDES, ARACELI B BENCHMARK EDUCATION COMP BENITEZ, EDDIE D BENTON ELECTRONICS INC. BERTHA RIOS BEST BUY BUSINESS ADVANT BEST BUY BUSINESS ADVANT BEST BUY BUSINESS ADVANT BEST BUY BUSINESS ADVANT BEVERLY WHITTON BEYOND PLAY BIG Z LUMBER BIG Z LUMBER BIO CORPORATION BIO CORPORATION BIO CORPORATION BIRCH AGENCY BIRCH AGENCY BIRCH AGENCY

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/21/16

CK-AMOUNT 779.49 130.00 16.50 130.00 2,030.74 492.65 3,406.51 360.69 63.28 22.80 1,198.30 6,500.00 564.00 247.00 928.00 343.89 168.00 84,649.71 16,464.61 24,653.53 12,052.60 7,274.50 1,275.26 32,292.44 2,577.79 3,056.33 256.47 1,897.96 7,946.15 355.80 37.74 12.40 15.00 420.00 25,000.00 990.00 4,284.00 110.00 130.00 98.61 31.99 6,413.75 53.41 2,877.15 83.17 232.41 516.69 629.73 2,101.19 54.00

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VENDOR NAME BLACK-EYED PEA BLAKE NELON BLANCA ESTELA ESCOBAR BLASA MARTINEZ BLICK ART MATERIALS BLICK ART MATERIALS BLICK ART MATERIALS BLICK ART MATERIALS BLICK ART MATERIALS BLUE MOOSE TEES BLUE MOOSE TEES BLUE WAVE SECURITY BOB BULLOCK TEXAS STATE BOB BULLOCK TEXAS STATE BOOKS ARE FUN BOOKSOURCE BOOSTERS INC BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BOSWORTH OFFICE AND TECH BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOULDEN PUBLISHING BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOK BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOK BOUQUETS BY BETTY BOYD, MONICA BRADLEY LUSTER BRADY CHANT BRADY'S LANDING BRAE BURN CONSTRUCTION C BRAIN CHASE PRODUCTIONS BRAWNER PAPER CO INC BREAKER AND CONTROL CO BRENDA CAMERON BRENDA GARCIA AGUILAR BRENDA MUNOZ BRIGHT STAR PRODUCTIONS BRITTANY NICOLE BATES BROOKS, JESS BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALE BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALE BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALE BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALE BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALE BROOKWOOD COMMUNITY

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/20/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16

CK-AMOUNT 2,500.00 4,110.56 1,972.41 180.00 221.00 625.00 3,011.50 273.32 173.50 202.50 10.99 164.58 11.94 90.00 125.40 92.50 9.27 69.25 251.00 30.00 1,409.00 174.00 561.00 270.00 1,690.00 88.79 107.04 568.64 65.00 180.00 41.42 398.78 320.50 62.92 39.93 202.60 270.70 268.40 500.00 875.00 1,733.88 90.00 82.50 22,872.87 63.96 232.00 2,498.84 202.50 116.65 130.00

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VENDOR NAME BRUCE CASEY GOODNER BT-HOU LLC BUCKEYE CLEANING CENTERS BUCKEYE CLEANING CENTERS BUCKS PIZZA BUD GRIFFIN CUSTOMER SUP BUFFALO SPECIALTIES, INC BUFFALO SPECIALTIES, INC BUFFALO SPECIALTIES, INC BUI, LEANNA & SON BUILDING AND GROUNDS, MI BUILDING AND GROUNDS, MI BURKHAM, LUNETTE BURLESON FLORIST BURLESON FLORIST BURLESON FLORIST BURMAX COMPANY INC BYRON GREEN C & D TROPHIES C & D TROPHIES C G GRAPHX C G GRAPHX C G GRAPHX C G GRAPHX C G GRAPHX C SANDERS EMBLEMS LP CALANDRA SALTER CALDER TESTERS INC CALEB GUERRERO CAM FINE ART WORKSHOPS CAMP, CHARLES K CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT, MISC CANDELARIO RIOS CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA CANON SOLUTIONS AMERICA CANON USA INC CANON USA INC CANON USA INC CAPSTONE CAPSTONE CAPSTONE CAPSTONE CAPSTONE AUTO BODY PARTS CAPSTONE CLASSROOM CARDENAS, PORFIRIO CARMEN DOMINGUEZ CARMEN GALVAN

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 72.40 54.95 147.25 6.57 80,000.00 100,340.00 214.89 330.52 7,921.53 97.18 342.74 133.74 202.50 1,065.00 1,275.00 241.28 10,037.48 381.45 733.32 307.99 114.00 120.22 3,308.80 474.38 4,399.13 19,788.54 40.41 2,050.00 220.46 110.76 638.80 1,248.00 1,684.15 1,072.90 11,522.13 2,844.10 3,185.20 31.08 13.76 101.71 801.04 6,216.00 1,601.14 202.50 630.41 1,007.56 4,307.00 94.70 837.88 16,303.87

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VENDOR NAME CAROL A BRABANT CAROL LYNN BAIRD CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPP CAROLINE MINA PICKETT CARRIER CORPORATION CARRIER CORPORATION CARRIER ENTERPRISE, LLC CARRIER ENTERPRISE, LLC CARRIER ENTERPRISE, LLC CARROLL J SHERMAN CARROLL, PARKER C CASHIER, P I S D CASTRO, SAN JUANITA CATERED BY THE COACH LLC CATERING BY RENEE CDW GOVERNMENT LLC CDW GOVERNMENT LLC CDW GOVERNMENT LLC CDW GOVERNMENT LLC CDW GOVERNMENT LLC CECILIA CHAPA CELIA LOURDES ESPINOZA CENGAGE LEARNING CENGAGE LEARNING CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTRAL HARDWARE INC CENTRAL HARDWARE INC CENTURY ASPHALT LTD CENTURY ASPHALT LTD CERAMIC STORE OF HOUSTON CERTIFIED COMPANIES, INC CHALKS TRUCK PARTS, INC. CHALKS TRUCK PARTS, INC. CHALKS TRUCK PARTS, INC. CHALKS TRUCK PARTS, INC. CHALKS TRUCK PARTS, INC. CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY CHANNEL DOOR INC CHANNING BETE COMPANY IN CHAPA, DORA CHAPA, MANUEL & LAMAR M CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS CHARLOTTE A MANNING CHAVEZ, URIEL F CHEFS PRODUCE

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/20/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16

CK-AMOUNT 3,464.18 223.63 6.95 90.60 1,571.30 372.00 55.00 270.75 230.75 122.75 348.25 83.50 500.00 443.28 220.00 208.50 85.35 621.06 147.50 69.50 198.80 91.04 328.50 247.00 299.00 262.80 65.78 822.25 75.66 15.00 20.00 14.90 11.02 140.38 111.90 83.44 200.00 51.97 226.55 65.18 300.00 69.97 155.00 65.00 160.00 25.00 119.80 101.83 129.88 101.83

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VENDOR NAME CHEFS PRODUCE CHERYL PATRICK CHERYL PRITCHETT CHERYLE A LERCH CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHILI'S CHRIS TRUONG CHRISTIAN REYES CHRISTINA LEIGH GARCIA CHRISTINA LEIGH GARCIA CHRISTINA MARENT MHMOUD CHRISTINA MARIE TORRES CHRISTINA NELSON CHRISTINE GOLIBART-COPPE CHRISTOPHER BRYAN QUINN CHRISTOPHER TABOR CHRISTY ANN FOSTER CICI'S PIZZA #37 CICI'S PIZZA #37 CICI'S PIZZA #37 CICI'S PIZZA #37 CICI'S PIZZA #37 CICI'S PIZZA #37 CICI'S PIZZA #45 CICI'S PIZZA #45 CICI'S PIZZA #45 CICI'S PIZZA #45

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/20/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 142.53 43.47 20.00 306.72 343.34 343.34 682.18 300.00 3,462.03 180.26 77.46 6,805.93 21,611.75 10,837.45 6,590.00 46,222.31 14,305.93 33,971.68 6,921.18 1,590.00 135.00 110.00 492.58 208.17 2,559.65 621.69 197.27 150.00 1,807.47 661.35 800.00 128.00 204.88 51.70 20.00 95.00 150.00 2,158.96 600.00 8,680.69 493.20 1,497.60 99.96 95.66 86.18 114,289.00 52,749.00 840.00 413,390.69 56,726.91

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VENDOR NAME CICI'S PIZZA #45 CINDY ORALIA GARCIA CINDY VISCARRA CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CITY OF BAYTOWN CITY OF HOUSTON CITY OF HOUSTON CITY OF HOUSTON CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER CITY OF PASADENA - PERMI CITY OF PASADENA - WATER CITY OF PASADENA - WATER CITY OF PASADENA - WATER CITY OF SO HOUSTON - WAT CITY OF SOUTH HOUSTON-PE CITY OF SOUTH HOUSTON-PE CITY OF SOUTH HOUSTON-PE CITY SUPPLY INC. CITY SUPPLY INC. CITY SUPPLY INC. CITY SUPPLY INC. CITY SUPPLY INC. CLARISSA CASTLEBERRY CLARK SECURITY PRODUCTS CLARKE DISTRIBUTING CO CLARKE DISTRIBUTING CO CLARKE DISTRIBUTING CO CLAUDETTE RM THOMAS CLAUDIA DELANGEL CLAUDIA PUENTE CLAY EWELL EDUCATIONAL S CLAY EWELL EDUCATIONAL S CLEAR BROOK CITY M.U.D. CLIFFORD LEE-ONE ON ONE COASTAL DISTRIBUTION COCA-COLA REFRESHMENTS U COCA-COLA REFRESHMENTS U COLLEGE ASSIST/PREMIERE COLLEGE ASSIST/PREMIERE COLLEGE ASSIST/PREMIERE COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGE BOARD, NYO COLLIER CONSTRUCTION, LL COLLIER CONSTRUCTION, LL

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/21/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/16/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/22/16

CK-AMOUNT 975.06 67.07 90.34 52.20 52.20 95.40 7.95 4,787.50 10,383.75 37,679.00 66,250.00 15,813.00 4,050.00 318.09 815.93 87.53 31.98 1,435.23 3,305.00 2,545.51 944.74 169.99 65.00 150.00 420.00 800.00 800.00 2,000.00 140.29 1,405.43 474.85 405.46 173.59 65.00 70.00 3,095.89 13,492.00 103.83 682.68 950.76 147.82 369.22 734.52 22,418.42 1,469.81 921.85 216,438.69 1,763.70 734.52 2,169.43

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VENDOR NAME COLOR BLAZE SUPPLY LLC COLTON ELLIOTT COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMMUNICATION AXESS ABIL COMMUNICATION AXESS ABIL COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS COMMUNITY BANK OF TEXAS COMMUNITY EVENING SCH MI COMPLETE LINE GLASS WHOL COMPLETE LINE GLASS WHOL CONGO NURSERY CORALS LLC CORNISH MEDICAL ELECTRON CORPORATE INCENTIVES, IN COX, FRANCIS CRACKER BARREL STORE #20 CRESHAUNDA ROBINSON CRISIS PREVENTION INSTIT CROCODILE ENCOUNTER CROSSFIT INC CROWD PLEASERS DANCE CAM CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL -MEDI CRUZ, JOSE & ROSALES, DI CUEVAS, YESICA M & CUMMINS-ALLISON CORPORAT CUSTOMINK.COM CXTEC CYNDIE TORRES CYNTHIA ARENAS CYPRESS LAWN & TURF EQUI CYPRESS LAWN & TURF EQUI D B S TEXAS D F SALES D F SALES D F SALES D F SALES DAHILL DAHILL DAHILL DAHILL DAHILL DAHILL DAHILL DAHILL

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/21/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/09/16 06/09/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/09/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16

CK-AMOUNT 734.52 1,262.39 34.99 725.00 5,372.75 7,035.50 446.52 40.24 100.00 35.32 147.02 3,130.00 15.42 119.12 115.21 39.00 17.21 21.89 61.72 1,416.75 150.00 66.00 11.00 14.65 29.69 1,483.30 5,646.85 5,646.85 5,646.85 15.00 45.56 188.84 1,120.70 2,160.86 65.00 86.37 4,024.09 477.91 5,660.67 465.30 2,376.21 1,730.25 14.50 92.46 99.14 192.00 13.00 130.00 283.90 1,080.93

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VENDOR NAME DAHILL DAHILL DAIRY QUEEN DAKTRONICS INC DAKTRONICS INC DAKTRONICS INC DALTILE DANA BABINEAUX DANA D ROLAND DANA D ROLAND DANA J TARTER DANCELINE PRODUCTIONS DANETTE JOHNSON DANETTE PRICE THOMAS DANETTE PRICE THOMAS DANIEL RODRIGUEZ DANIELA LUNA DANIELLE KNIGHT DANIELLE URIAS DANNY JAMES LEE DANNY WONG DAN'S PIZZA CO DAN'S PIZZA CO DARLA BUMGARDNER DARLA DANETTE MASSEY-JON DAVE & BUSTERS LLP DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID MUNOZ DAVID RODRIGUEZ DAVID SCARCELLA DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIS & STANTON INC DAYANARA RAMOS DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPL DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPL DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPL DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPL DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPL DEANAN GOURMET POPCORN DEBBIE BARRETT DEBBIE MCKELVEY DEBORAH ANN BALFANZ DEBORAH HARDY DEBORAH OCHIENG DEBRA SILVA DECKER EQUIPMENT/SCHOOL DECKER EQUIPMENT/SCHOOL

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/15/16

CK-AMOUNT 67.50 206.68 100.00 1,354.94 35.64 22.00 25,839.28 26,159.24 14,767.72 4,438.20 6,884.64 2,463.38 103.75 54.00 73.57 96.60 465.71 100.60 340.52 173.95 117.75 98.20 20.00 162.50 162.50 162.50 160.00 122.99 7,000.00 72.10 20.00 32,324.31 101.25 25.90 119.14 119.97 65.00 463.61 250.00 24.00 18,855.08 988,549.01 25,063.72 740.44 201.85 414.00 877.32 150.00 150.00 1,500.00

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VENDOR NAME DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEIDRE STEPHENS DELEGARD TOOL CO DELEGARD TOOL CO DELIA MEDINA DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELORES DAVILA DELORES J YATES DELORES LYNN WHITESIDE DEMCO, IN DEMCO, IN DEMCO, IN DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DENISE MOODY DENISE RIDGWAY DENORAH PENA DEPT OF CHILDREN & FAMIL DEPT OF CHILDREN & FAMIL DEPT OF CHILDREN & FAMIL DERRICK WARD DESIREE WALKER DEVELOPING MINDS, INC DEVIN M COBB DEVIN MOLINA DEXTER D JOYNER DIAL, ANTHONY G & DIANA E REBA DIANA GOMEZ DIANA GOMEZ DIANA MONTES DIAZ, RENE A DICKINSON ISD DINA EDWARDS DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY DISCOVER HOUSTON TOURS DISCOVER HOUSTON TOURS DNN INVESTMENTS

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/02/16 06/02/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/02/16 06/06/16 06/13/16 06/20/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/27/16 06/01/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/16/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/14/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/16/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16

CK-AMOUNT 37.73 46.97 701.93 494.00 104.00 11.00 65.00 24.00 24.00 40.00 14.00 24.00 22.00 889.92 93.75 46.52 34.25 218.25 50.25 143.25 53.91 44.18 32.20 65.18 176.64 100.99 187.24 471.01 40.50 32.27 134.00 20.50 123.00 115.50 349.75 80.00 63.00 30.00 210.75 44.88 8.80 5,139.00 12,474.32 14,093.57 3,316.18 205.75 4,920.00 202.50 17,013.00 330.00

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VENDOR NAME DOBIE DONUTS DOBIE DONUTS DOBIE HIGH SCHOOL, MISC DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOMINGUEZ, HERNANDO DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA DOMINOS PIZZA LLC DON CARLOS MEXICAN RESTA DON JOHNSTON DONALD CHARLES ZELENKA DONNA M BRANCH DONUT HAVEN INC DONUT HAVEN INC DONUT HAVEN INC DONUT HAVEN INC DONUT HAVEN INC DONUT HAVEN INC DONUT HOLE DONUT TIME DONUT TIME DONUT TIME DORENE J. D'AMBROSIO DORIS E. ROBINSON DOROTHY G COTTON DOS TERRA DOUBLETREE BY HILTON - H DOUBLETREE BY HILTON - H DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DR JOHN KIRKWOOD DUKHIE, NANDRANI J DUSTLESS AIR FILTER CO DZINE GRAPHICS LLC

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/07/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 496.64 101.88 715.41 7,056.87 169.83 17,355.00 35,595.20 5,100.73 1,335.68 181.98 1,098.21 674.04 355.80 1,104.97 2,607.02 93.99 1,521.98 350.67 38,805.00 51,600.00 79.00 490.00 2,152.40 2,335.00 16,946.00 9,405.00 4,096.00 5,517.24 65.00 5,260.00 130.00 4,125.00 44.28 51.00 223.74 21.09 24.40 65.00 210.01 135.00 323.92 286.91 74.00 8.99 141.50 77.89 148.88 12.58 3.08 39.95

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VENDOR NAME E A I EDUCATION E A I EDUCATION E A I EDUCATION E ROCK LLC E T A HAND2MIND EAGLE BRUSH & CHEMICAL I EAGLE BRUSH & CHEMICAL I EAGLE COLLISION REPAIR C EAN HOLDINGS, LLC EAN HOLDINGS, LLC EBSCO PUBLISHING EBSCO PUBLISHING ECOLAB EQUIPMENT CARE ECOLAB EQUIPMENT CARE ECOLAB EQUIPMENT CARE ECOLAB EQUIPMENT CARE ECOLAB EQUIPMENT CARE EDUARDO A RETA EDUCAIDE SOFTWARE EDUCATION PARTNERS SOLUT EDUCATION WEEK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATOR'S DEPOT INC EDUCATOR'S DEPOT INC EDUCATOR'S DEPOT INC EDUCATOR'S DEPOT INC EDUCATOR'S DEPOT INC EDU-SOURCE CORP EDWARD BRAUGHTON EDWARD DON & COMPANY EILEEN BELMARES EKON-O-PAC LLC ELDA MELISSA HARKINS ELDA RIVAS ELECTRONICS FOR IMAGING, ELENA TREVINO GILSHENAN ELEXIA DANIELLE STRICKLA ELIZABETH CHOGE ELIZABETH FRANKLIN ELIZONDO, J L ELLEN DEEANN POWELL ELLIE ANN CASTILLO ELLISON EDUCATIONAL EQUI ELSIE COBB EMILY BOURGEOIS EMILY MARSALA RHYMER EMILY MORIN EMILY VICTORIA STERKEN EMILY ZIHLMAN ENABLING DEVICES

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CK-AMOUNT 122.00 89.99 3,433.50 325.00 7,919.50 827.00 585.00 3,533.80 123.50 1,064.00 28.94 68.49 50.00 65.00 256.06 19.97 24.50 65.00 168.77 114.00 500.05 42.70 20.00 110.33 197.42 3,054.00 65.00 20.00 29.95 4,674.00 1,318.24 401.78 26,010.00 162.50 65.00 67,209.72 184.31 971.97 2,200.00 1,100.00 60.00 24.00 35.00 440.81 101.59 135.05 811.78 1,186.81 19.80 19.98

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VENDOR NAME ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITTANICA ENDZONE VIDEO SYSTEMS ENHANCED LASER PRODUCTS ENHANCED LASER PRODUCTS ENHANCED LASER PRODUCTS ENHANCED LASER PRODUCTS ENHANCED LASER PRODUCTS ENHANCED LASER PRODUCTS ENTERPRISE TOLLS ERIC BROWN ERIK HERNANDEZ ERIKA GONZALEZ ERIKA WILLIS ERIN MCBRIDE ERNIE'S CAFE AND CATERIN ESAI TORRES ESMERALDA DAVILA ESMERALDA LOZANO ESPINOZA ANDRES ESTRELLA CAZARES EUGENE JOHNSON EUGENIA DIANE BARNES EUGENIA DIANE BARNES EUROOPTIC LTD EUSEBIA CERVANTES EVANGELINA ALONSO EVANGELINA POSTEL EVCO INDUSTRIAL HARDWARE EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCT EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCT EXPLORE LEARNING EXPRESS BOOKSELLERS, LLC EZEQUIEL LEMUS FACILITIES SOURCES FAIR, WALTER B JR FAITH, GUY A JR FAITHBRIDGE CHURCH FAMILY CUISINE FAMILY CUISINE FAMILY DOLLAR STORES FAST SIGNS FASTENATION, INC FAT BRAINS TOYS FELICIA IRIS JUAREZ FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC FIESTA MART FIESTA MART

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CK-AMOUNT 382.38 347.89 726.00 800.00 482.43 482.43 52.70 1,525.70 570.90 87.24 87.24 3,483.60 171.57 107.00 418.00 1,485.33 358.99 890.27 63.00 1,366.00 3,345.00 75.00 1,336.35 541.91 243.74 6,675.00 786.32 559.88 73.83 124.95 2,800.00 689.04 135.70 1,036.50 4,222.40 313.55 2,075.30 8,583.72 209.00 6,966.04 263.39 355.24 581.39 3,442.30 256.67 975.19 143.83 20.30 390.00 51.03

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VENDOR NAME FINE ARTS, MISC EXPENSE FINE ARTS, MISC EXPENSE FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE FIREHOUSE SUBS FIREHOUSE SUBS FIRELIGHT BOOKS FIRST AMERICAN TITLE CO. FIRST BOOK FIRST SOURCE SERVALL FIRST SOURCE SERVALL FISHER SERVICE COMPANY FITNESS FINDERS INC FLEMING INSTRUMENT REPAI FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FLORES, LORI & RAUL FLOWERS & CO FLOWERS FOR YOU FLOWERS FOR YOU FLOWERS FOR YOU FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS FOOD SERVICE, MISC EXP FOOD TOWN FOOD TOWN FORDE-FERRIER EDUCATIONA FORMAL FASHIONS, INC FORT WORTH RUNNING COMPA FORT WORTH RUNNING COMPA FORT WORTH RUNNING COMPA FORT WORTH RUNNING COMPA FORT WORTH RUNNING COMPA FORT WORTH RUNNING COMPA FORWARD EDGE INC. FOUR BROTHERS OUTDOOR PO FOUR BROTHERS OUTDOOR PO FOUR BROTHERS OUTDOOR PO FOUR BROTHERS OUTDOOR PO FOUR BROTHERS OUTDOOR PO FOUR IMPRINT FOUR IMPRINT FRANCIS ANTHONY RITTER FRANCISCA TARANGO FRANK GOMEZ FRANKELS COSTUME CO INC

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CK-AMOUNT 2,017.00 4,575.00 68.17 15.00 135.00 2,686.75 2,686.75 214.42 464.40 7.03 1,810.00 400.00 236.83 40.00 692.00 17,858.76 17,958.75 875.00 1,075.65 3,170.40 4,456.70 3,445.50 188.50 202.50 220.72 197.92 172.94 88.00 85.00 851.00 5,025.00 64.21 5,040.00 4,536.00 580.18 468.36 3.00 498.77 6,601.30 25,264.62 3,837.60 150.00 25.56 279.83 290.15 392.22 258.00 223.64 323.74 26.63

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VENDOR NAME FRANKELS COSTUME CO INC FRANKELS COSTUME CO INC FRED ALDRIDGE III FRED PERKINS FREDERIC BURFORD FRIO HYDRATION LLC FRIO HYDRATION LLC FROG PUBLICATIONS FRY'S ELECTRONICS G D I TIMS G T DISTRIBUTORS, INC G T M SPORTSWEAR GABRIEL FELAN PEREZ GABRIEL MEYER GALLS, LLC GALLS, LLC GALLS, LLC GANDY INK GANDY INK GANDY INK GANDY INK GANDY INK GANDY INK GAONA, MOISES GARCIA, JUANA L GARCIA, OVIDIO & ANABEL GARCIA, REGINO JR & GARDNER & MARTIN GARDNER & MARTIN GARDNER & MARTIN GARRATT-CALLAHAN COMPANY GARRETT DWAYNE D GARY STROMBERG & GARY STROMBERG & GARZA, BERNADETTE GARZA, JESSICA GARZA, JUAN L GARZA, MARCELO GATEWAY PRINTING & OFFIC GATEWAY PRINTING & OFFIC GAYLORD OPRYLAND HOTEL GCASE GEEMA MOORE GENERAL REVENUE CORPORAT GENERAL REVENUE CORPORAT GENERAL REVENUE CORPORAT GEORGE RANCH HISTORICAL GERMAN ANTONIO FLORES GERSTLE, THEODORE GHADA A HASHEM

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CK-AMOUNT 145.01 202.50 92.63 46.00 112.50 713.88 672.33 260.40 3,846.39 2,019.78 188,482.36 5,729.80 5,468.10 13,922.32 1,437.11 3,835.23 18.50 816.89 1,534.85 128.03 921.78 50.00 530.00 155.00 80.00 44.42 480.00 2,880.00 1,372.00 450.00 202.50 405.00 699.88 400,676.55 1,704.19 281.61 525.02 1,089.94 3,226.33 749.15 57.02 148,212.00 24.69 27.96 1,056.54 499.00 2,051.00 267.26 284.20 284.20

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VENDOR NAME GILBERTO BONET GIROD, GARY LEE GISELA I GARCIA GLADYS ESTELA GONZALEZ GLASS WHOLESALERS INC GLAZIER FOODS COMPANY GLAZIER FOODS COMPANY GLAZIER FOODS COMPANY GLAZIER FOODS COMPANY GLAZIER FOODS COMPANY GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLENDA S HARDY GLENNA G SHIELDS GLENNA G SHIELDS GLORIA BETANCOURT GNC BUILDERS INC GOLD STONE AUTO GLASS GOLD STONE AUTO GLASS GOLD STONE AUTO GLASS GOLDEN CORRAL FAMILY STE GOMEZ, MARIO L GONZALEZ FOTOS GONZALEZ FOTOS GONZALEZ FOTOS GONZALEZ MEAT MARKET GONZALEZ, FRANCISCO J GONZALEZ, NOE & LUCERO GONZALEZ, PATRICIA G GOOSE CREEK C I S D GOPHER SPORT GOPHER SPORT GOPHER SPORT GOPHER SPORT GOPHER SPORT GOPHER SPORT GORETTI RERRI GOWAN INC GRACE VINCENT GRACIELA HERNANDEZ GRAND HYATT SAN ANTONIO GRAND PRIZE BARBEQUE INC GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY GREATER LAKES HIGHER EDU GREATER LAKES HIGHER EDU GREATER LAKES HIGHER EDU

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CK-AMOUNT 749.25 51.68 19.65 459.66 989.36 206.34 300.00 1,228.50 67.80 4,899.00 250.00 4,720.65 2,465.00 2,345.00 15.00 118.80 80.17 18.37 33.51 54.78 34.10 37.44 63.93 66.37 204.72 224.92 75.54 61.04 87.00 54.56 42.64 34.12 48.77 39.98 47.46 189.14 499.82 73,529.56 20.00 909.95 2,010.90 1,821.15 121.84 460.06 1,306.25 68.04 1,852.03 3,988.55 225.00 38.50

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VENDOR NAME GREMMINGER FAMILY GRANTO GRISELDA NEEL GRYPHON HOUSE GUEL, RAEGAN R GUERRA, JORGE & MORALES, GUIDORZI, SANDRA L GULF COAST AREA ASSN SCH GULF COAST ATHLETIC SUPP GULF COAST ATHLETIC SUPP GULF COAST ATHLETIC SUPP GULF COAST BOILER SERVIC GULF COAST MATERIALS, IN GULF COAST RADIATOR GULF POINTE 30 AMC GUSTAVO AVILA H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H E B PANTRY FOODS H2U WELLNESS CENTERS LLC HAILEY SUAREZ HAMERAY PUBLISHING GROUP HAPPY FEET HAPPY FEET HARLEY SAMUEL WILLIAMS HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY TOLL ROAD

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CK-AMOUNT 2,502.14 43.90 3,074.93 78.00 3,074.93 459.39 18.92 310.00 219.00 315.12 658.50 280.83 185.29 988.00 2,134.00 4,252.70 260.12 189.00 784.49 726.70 4,735.00 571.45 17.90 2,854.94 5,934.28 848.75 104.25 1,000.00 202.50 7,000.00 311.39 500.00 326.96 65.00 46.16 238.98 3,343.35 17.99 201.20 157.75 108.56 126.73 63.43 15.26 119.92 38.00 45.24 66.55 20.00 15.29

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VENDOR NAME HARRIS COUNTY TOLL ROAD HARRIS COUNTY TOLL ROAD HARRIS COUNTY TREASURER HARRIS COUNTY TREASURER HARRIS COUNTY TREASURER HARRIS, SAM HARVEY ZUNIGA HEALTH MUSEUM HEALTH MUSEUM HEATHER HALL HEAVY DUTY BUS PARTS INC HEFFERNAN, ELENA JEAN HEIDI LYNN EBERHARDT HEIGHTS ARMATURE WORKS I HEINEMANN HEINEMANN HEJTMANEK, FRANK G HELMER CLEANERS HEREBIA, AYDALINA I HERFF JONES INC HERFF JONES INC HERFF JONES INC HERFF JONES INC HERFF JONES INC HERFF JONES INC HERFF JONES INC HERMITAGE ART CO INC HERMOSA PLAZA LLC HERNANDEZ, ANTONIO JR & HERNANDEZ, JASON A HERNANDEZ, SUSAN M HERNDON PANORAMICS HICKMAN, SCOTT S & TRACE HILDA ARIZMENDI HILDA GARCIA HILLARY WOEST HILTON - ANAHEIM HOA KHUONG BUI & HOBART CORPORATION HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HODALIS RESENDIZ HOLLY E YOES

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CK-AMOUNT 29.64 17.05 146.08 317.03 147.34 127.75 64.99 76.44 128.97 30.67 77.39 108.19 371.34 836.30 1,689.08 802.36 2,306.49 279.97 310.79 345.00 2,613.60 2,544.75 2,149.34 110.00 2,045.35 1,950.00 109.80 232.68 99.98 26,500.02 490.00 552.50 462.00 450.00 425.00 425.00 375.00 425.00 476.00 385.00 425.00 425.00 406.00 145.00 1,500.00 133.00 44.00 225.00 885.00 14,175.00

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VENDOR NAME HOLLY E YOES HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVIC HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVIC HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVIC HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVIC HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVIC HOMEGOODS, INC HONORS GRADUATION LLC HOSA TA HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON COMMUNITY NEWSPA HOUSTON FOOD BANK HOUSTON GARDEN CENTERS HOUSTON ISD HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SC HOUSTON RADIATOR HOUSTON SYMPHONY SOCIETY HOUSTON ZOO, INC HOUSTON ZOO, INC HOUSTON ZOO, INC HOUSTON ZOO, INC HPMI PROPERTIES TRUST

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CK-AMOUNT 202.50 28,004.45 407.56 12,582.47 2,053.12 9,882.25 407.96 46.10 169.93 314.56 1,111.00 46.04 169.00 700.00 500.00 549.12 205.00 54.00 75.00 2,338.23 88.00 2,750.41 72.50 520.34 12.00 41.85 738.00 30.00 117.95 1,647.50 2,146.75 399.50 998.75 2,969.82 119.52 89.60 130.00 2,705.00 11,185.00 10,750.00 359.85 2,100.00 600.00 508.50 840.00 12.50 1,985.90 286.18 82.50 301.48

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VENDOR NAME HUMPHREY, PATRICIA E HURRICANE TOOL & SUPPLY HYATT CORPORATION HYATT REGENCY DALLAS HYDROTEX I G CONSULTANTS I G CONSULTANTS I W S GAS & SUPPLY I W S GAS & SUPPLY I W S GAS & SUPPLY IASIS HEALTHCARE CORPORA IBANEZ, REYNALDO ICE AT THE GALLERIA ICE EXPRESS ICE EXPRESS ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAV IDALIA C GARZA IFLY HOLDINGS LLC IFLY HOLDINGS LLC IFLY HOLDINGS LLC IFLY HOLDINGS LLC IGLESIA HISPANA BAUTISTA ILSSE C MILLS IMAGENET CONSULTING LLC IMCAT INFOR (US), INC INFOR (US), INC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION FIRST LABS IN INSPIRE ROCK, LTD INSPIRE ROCK, LTD INSPIRE ROCK, LTD INSPIRE ROCK, LTD INSTRUMENTALIST AWARDS L INTERNATIONAL INTERESTS, INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF H INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF H INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF H

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CK-AMOUNT 6,915.86 8,334.30 190.00 3,000.00 65.00 112.50 619.07 112.50 15.00 11.99 500.00 360.00 48.63 59.34 1,639.50 772.20 172.99 430.74 414.15 303.97 130.00 95.52 119.14 15.00 193.84 450.00 101.00 81.00 132.01 622.03 133.10 137.50 212.08 4,585.00 4,620.00 130.86 190.64 115.91 29.55 2.15 65.00 10.21 1,000.00 141.80 150.00 99.92 80.00 109.59 38.45 123.63

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VENDOR NAME INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF H INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF H INTERSIGN GROUP INVENT NOW, INC IRENE RODRIGUEZ IRS - AUSTIN IRS - AUSTIN IRS - AUSTIN ISAAC NINO ISABELLA HERNANDEZ ISLAND DRIVING SCHOOL IT'Z FEC PASADENA, LLC IT'Z FEC PASADENA, LLC IYESOGIE STEPHANIE OGBON J E M RESOURCE J W MARRIOTT INDIANAPOLI J W PEPPER & SON INC J W PEPPER & SON INC J W PEPPER & SON INC J W PEPPER & SON INC J. G. TORRES JACQUALINE E HARDWICK JAEL PENN JAKE HALL JAMES BOUTWELL JAMES C SMITH JAMES NOWLIN JAMES O'NEILL JAMES R SAWYER JAMEX, INC JAMIE BURT JAMIE LUSK JANA WILLIAMS JANE WILBANKS JANE WILBANKS JANET D NUZZIE JANET D NUZZIE JANET SUE SWEEZEY JANET WILLIAMS JANICE HILL JANIE ROJAS JASON KIRKPATRICK JASON PALMER JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI

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CK-AMOUNT 138.00 165.00 88.83 1,227.30 210.00 406.00 316.57 340.03 18.88 17.68 58.06 88.43 47.14 73.88 270.00 76.07 80.00 500.00 70.19 350.00 706.09 29.11 65.00 182.50 150.00 1,860.74 65.45 183.00 819.56 99.98 37.99 138.38 230.20 81.50 74.17 141.20 65.00 81.59 309.22 150.90 50.92 38.97 45.00 567.44 4,366.96 8.11 61.14 61.35 44.17 19.96

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VENDOR NAME JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JASON'S DELI JAYMIE RENEE HOFFMAN JAZMYN DRUMGO JEAN CAIN JEANNE DEVEZIN JEFFERSON NATIONAL CANCE JEFFERY GANSKE JEFFREY EMBREY JENKINS, CLARENCE L JR & JENNIFER DIANE PHELAN JENNIFER EDWARDS JENNIFER EDWARDS JENNIFER G JOHNSON JENNIFER LEE BUCHER JENNIFER MARIE GARZA JENNIFER MORTON JESSE GARCIA JESSICA JONES JESSICA MARIE ALANIS JESSICA MENDEZ JESSICA MENDEZ JESUS GARCIA JILL YVETTE LACAMU JIMENEZ, BENJAMIN JR JO GRETCHEN POLNAC JOANN E. TUCKER JOANN FABRICS AND CRAFTS JODI VASQUEZ JODI VASQUEZ JOE ANTHONY PENA

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CK-AMOUNT 50.00 20.00 4,000.00 104.95 165.00 924.21 144.45 195.56 62.76 125.10 107.82 1,285.50 146.97 1,424.50 305.00 229.70 486.04 2,324.79 903.12 2,093.72 3,813.83 675.00 1,805.00 2,150.00 860.00 65.00 130.00 114.45 148.05 490.43 395.71 1,578.96 530.36 130.00 130.00 13.20 19.81 153.71 65.00 65.00 125.00 865.93 575.44 24.75 18.65 70.00 1.67 15.00 2,800.00 192.00

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VENDOR NAME JOE SAM'S FUN SHOP JOEL OYERVIDES LOZANO JOE'S BARBEQUE COMPANY JOE'S DELI JOHN AUGILLARD JOHN O. HARRIS VENTURES, JOHN W JACKSON JOHNNA MIKOLAJCHAK JOHNNIE L FERRELL JR JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNNY TAMALE CANTINA JOHNSON SUPPLY JOHNSON SUPPLY JOHNSON SUPPLY JOHNSON SUPPLY JOHNSON SUPPLY JOLLY JUMPERS MOONWALKS JOLLY JUMPERS MOONWALKS JOLLY JUMPERS MOONWALKS JOLLY JUMPERS MOONWALKS JONATHAN ACEVES VEGA JONATHAN ESTRADA JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES, TAMMY R JORGE RODRIGUEZ JORGE CRUZ JORGE DELATORRE JORGE ROSAS JORLY THOMAS JOSE CASTILLO JOSE CASTONEDA JOSE CHAPA JOSE CHAPA JOSE CHAPA JOSE MUNOZ JOSE RENTERIA JOSE RODRIGUEZ ZAPATA JOSEFINA AVILA JOSEPH MORALES JOSTENS SCHOLASTIC JOY Y BROWN-JOHNSON

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CK-AMOUNT 1,250.20 15.00 25.00 12.00 16.00 65.00 17.50 400.00 10.68 90.00 391.40 21.20 70.80 56.17 654.92 199.00 57.51 348.70 130.00 503.86 108.37 116.34 95.08 87.75 101.52 20.34 42.24 299.34 2,000.00 5,600.00 44.00 39.49 38.28 20.00 15.00 24.00 30.00 30.00 65.00 346.62 16.15 50.00 19.99 180.20 150.90 196.36 211.22 150.66 21,425.00 47.23

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VENDOR NAME J'S EMBROIDERY & MORE JUAN AGUILLON JUAN CARLOS ALTEDILL LO JUAN EVANGELISTA IZAGUIR JUANA CHAVEZ JUANA DE LEON JUANITA A. SANCHEZ JUANITA AHRLETT JUANITA MARTINEZ DBA JULIA MALDONADO JULIA MONTES JULIA RENEE PIKE JULIE DIANNE SCOTT JULIE STINSON JUST FOR KIX CATALOG, LL KADA L LAMAS KADA L LAMAS KAGAN CO-OP LEARNING KAMRYN HERNANDEZ KANDI FACISON KANSAS PAYMENT CENTER KANSAS PAYMENT CENTER KANSAS PAYMENT CENTER KAPCO LIBRARY PRODUCTS KAREL KUJAWA KAREN GUZMAN KAREN JORDAN KAREN MICHELLE GREEN KAREN RICHARDS ADAMS KAREN RICHARDS ADAMS KAREN S DOUGLAS KAREN S DOUGLAS KARINA FLORES KARINA MONTERO KARLA BECERRA KARLA BRAUGHTON KARLA CASTILLO KARLA GONZALEZ KARLA MACIAS KASIE FERNANDEZ KATHERINE ARLENE GUMP KATHERINE CONCEPCION LOP KATHERINE COTTO KATHERINE PHELAN LANGE KATHRYN HIGGINBOTHAM-JON KATHRYN VOLLMER KATHY BAILEY KATRINA TOLLEY KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLY ANN CALLIHAN

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CK-AMOUNT 36.19 220.20 16.40 21.60 11.88 10.91 304.93 70.00 650.00 1,800.00 173.91 104.50 119.99 12.00 130.00 180.08 5.08 181.89 251.47 20,760.15 114.00 750.00 575.75 16,912.00 336.00 107.90 146.59 124.62 84.00 108.15 662.44 61.81 276.16 83.00 47.50 70.74 227.59 65.86 21.68 31.63 16.36 1,889.47 30.90 45.00 17.00 43.73 12.95 20.57 78.62 6.99

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VENDOR NAME KELLY E LUCOT KELLY JEANNE COOK KELLY MEARS KELLY SUE PILLOW KELLY SUE PILLOW KERRI KIRKPATRICK KEVIN W CROSS KEVIN WAGNER KIDSFIT & INTERNATIONAL KIDSFIT & INTERNATIONAL KIMBERLY ANN RICHARDSON KIMBERLY ANNE MCCALLA KIMBERLY ANNE MCCALLA KIMBERLY HERNANDEZ KIMBERLY HOLLAND KIMBERLY LYNN KING KIMBERLY RENNER KIRKLAND'S - 175 - BAYBR KIRKLAND'S - 175 - BAYBR KIRKMONT MUNICIPAL UTILI KLARISSA DELEON KOMMERCIAL KITCHENS KOMMERCIAL KITCHENS KOMMERCIAL KITCHENS KONA ICE OF HOUSTON KORNEY BOARD AIDS KRISHNA SHAH KRISTEN COLANDER KRISTEN TOLLEY KRISTOPHER WILLIAM PETRE KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER

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CK-AMOUNT 24.15 829.81 19.70 37.01 58.35 22.05 79.71 16.56 123.27 19.98 22.49 31.48 1,175.37 60.00 44.99 49.24 8,270.43 2,052.74 218.01 534.04 234.91 231.60 1,978.68 500.00 899.10 62.66 450.00 1,146.74 185.07 245.10 426.40 170.00 333.33 1,450.00 1,719.72 25.44 3,450.00 182.76 314.52 16.45 50.01 85.76 75.94 64.76 138.32 93.71 280.00 924.65 202.00 18.04

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VENDOR NAME KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KRYSTI MARTINEZ KURZ & CO KURZ & CO KURZ & CO KURZ & CO KURZ & CO LA BRISA ICE CREAM LA BRISA MEXICAN GRILL LA MADELEINE, INC LABELVALUE.COM LAKESHORE LEARNING MATER LAKESHORE LEARNING MATER LAKESHORE LEARNING MATER LAKESHORE LEARNING MATER LAKESHORE LEARNING MATER LAKESHORE LEARNING MATER LAMAR UNIVERSITY LAMAR, CHARLENE & ROGERS LANCE STEWART POWELL LANSDOWNE-MOODY CO INC LARRY'S ARTS & CRAFT LASSETTER LAFOUR EQUIPME LAURA DAVIS LAURA DICKINSON LAURA LOPEZ LAURA PALMER-BELL LAURA RODRIGUEZ LAURA SPAULDING LAUREEN IZYGON LAURIE SCARCELLA LAURIE SCARCELLA LAWRENCE WINDSHIELD REPA LE THEM K LEAD4WARD, INC LEAH MINTER

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CK-AMOUNT 153.72 877.62 163.00 5,387.64 1.83 139.20 500.25 448.75 446.00 15.00 242.61 51.41 186.57 42.23 65.00 239.00 643.06 2,611.74 878.85 6.48 51.55 69.49 183.22 70.20 60.00 102.49 25.76 34.22 2,080.00 1,040.00 1,040.00 29.65 25.55 43.36 22.24 17.25 149.61 18.52 1,829.50 380.00 6.00 1,432.34 200.00 40.00 75.00 40.00 60.00 60.00 225.00 200.00

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VENDOR NAME LEANDRA HELLER WALLS LECTORUM PUBLICATIONS IN LEGAL DIGEST LEGO EDUCATION LEIGH ANN SORGE LEIGH GUTIERREZ LENOX CATERING SERVICE LENOX CATERING SERVICE LEONETTI GRAPHICS, INC LEROY RIOS LESLEY DIANE CASLER LESLIE AXEL LESLIE CONSTANT LETICIA MARIA BALDERAZ LETICIA RICHARTE LEXIS NEXIS LIFETOUCH PUBLISHING INC LIFETOUCH PUBLISHING INC LIFETOUCH PUBLISHING INC LILIA YBARRA LILIAN SPIGNER LILIANA GARZA LILIANA HUTSON FINNEN LINA MARCELA OSSA LINDA FLETCHER LINDA FLETCHER LINDA M HOFFPAUIR LINDA SMITH LINDSEY BERRIDGE LINDSEY BERRIDGE LINDSEY BERRIDGE LINDY K PACE LISA APPLEBY-KURTZMAN LISA GAYE BAUMANN LISA LYNN ORR LISA M ALLEN LISA VAVRICKA LISA VELASQUEZ LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA

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CK-AMOUNT 30.00 20.00 215.00 74.98 12.00 99.50 663.41 200.00 550.00 369.81 65.00 2,380.00 2,380.00 4,585.00 148.02 16.29 26.29 150.00 15.58 690.00 419.50 118.58 989.41 26.08 1,383.89 133.38 135.95 202.50 3,251.35 174.15 88.24 130.00 85.00 111.34 122.54 500.00 10.00 180.94 700.00 5,310.00 2,175.00 377.10 144.17 119.60 37.44 322.88 1,499.00 500.00 4,306.93 792.48

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VENDOR NAME LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LIUNKA HOLMES LIVEBINDERS,INC LLAMAS, RITO G LONE STAR TRAPEZE ACADEM LONE STAR TRAPEZE ACADEM LOPEZ, CARLOS LORI ANN CASTRO LORI MESSINA, OT LLC LORI MESSINA, OT LLC LORI MESSINA, OT LLC LORI MUIRHEAD LORRIE C EIGNUS LORRIE C EIGNUS LOU ANN BUSSEY LOUIS & COMPANY LOVING GUIDANCE, INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC. LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC. LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC. LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC. LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC. LOZA, ROBERT A LSS DIGITAL PRINT FINISH LUCI WEAVER LUCY ILENE BURCH LUIS VASQUEZ LULU THE CLOWN LYDIA ANN DERR M & M RESTAURANT GROUP L M & M RESTAURANT GROUP L M & M RESTAURANT GROUP L M & M RESTAURANT GROUP L M D L ENTERPRISE INC M D L ENTERPRISE INC M F ATHLETIC CO INC M S C INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY M S C INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY MAC HAIK FORD MAC HAIK FORD MAC HAIK FORD MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOU MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOU MACKIN EDUCATIONAL RESOU MACRINA R. MARTINEZ

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CK-AMOUNT 46.69 24.21 919.17 707.37 1,238.58 202.50 720.10 12,695.00 193.67 70.00 240.00 252.00 216.05 34.73 60.00 504.40 29.10 70.00 38.80 15.00 3.78 70.00 24.61 129.87 24.44 194.89 31.00 100.10 65.00 98.80 16.50 130.00 54.29 15.98 5.75 15.87 349.77 30.73 25.00 65.00 156.23 101.62 158.99 70.00 1,676.23 2,261.13 200.00 39.25 96.91 20.00

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VENDOR NAME MADELINE COLLINS MADELYNE CHAPA ESCAMILLA MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS-P MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS-P MAGEE, ANITA MAIERHOFER, DARRELL MAIN EVENT ENTERTAINMENT MARCHING AUXILIARIES MARCIA ANN GRIFFIN MARCOS ANTONIO LOPEZ MARCO'S PIZZA MARCO'S PIZZA MARCO'S PIZZA MARCO'S PIZZA MARCOS SALAS MARES, SARAH O MARGARET ANN MCAUGHAN MARGARITA ALANIS MARIA BEAMAN MARIA BERNAL MARIA DE LA LUZ ROCHA MARIA DEL CARMEN BARAJAS MARIA DOLORES RAMIREZ MARIA E ESCOBAR MARIA E TORRES MARIA FRANCISCA SAUCEDA MARIA IVETH LEAL MARIA JASSO MARIA LOPEZ MARIA M HERNANDEZ MARIA MELCHOR MARIA PEREZ MARIA T PADILLA MARIA TINAJERO MARIA V ESCALANTE MARIA V. PONCE MARIANELA COLON MARIANO GARCIA MARIBEL GARIBAY MARICELA RAYNOSO MARIETTA KASPER MARIETTA KASPER MARIO DUARTE MARIO JASSO MARK ANDY PRINT PRODUCTS MARR, MICHAEL L MARSHA L RILEY MARSHA L RILEY MARSHALL'S MARTHA P RIVERA

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/06/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/16/16 06/27/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/16/16 06/20/16

CK-AMOUNT 65.00 163.89 85.60 202.50 65.00 849.93 14.95 416.34 24.00 34.50 35.58 20.25 7,437.00 7,644.00 760.00 68.51 513.75 3,267.00 200.00 7,570.80 225.00 1,270.66 263.37 124.82 202.50 1,920.00 1,137.50 139.00 185.00 47.88 173.58 600.00 3,731.70 76.45 130.00 37.80 5,536.93 179.97 149.93 59.99 65.00 4,331.97 2,569.32 184.32 68.59 110.00 106.99 136.33 49.98 56.43

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VENDOR NAME MARTHA P CASTILLO MARTIN GALLARDO MARTIN J MOFFETT MARTINEZ, NICOLAS & MARY MARY JOHNSON MARY ANN FETCHIN MARY ESHELMAN MARY HARRYMAN MARY HARRYMAN MARY LORRAINE ROSS MARY LORRAINE ROSS MARY SCROGGINS MATERA PAPER CO., LTD MATERA PAPER CO., LTD MATHWARM-UPS.COM MATTHEW MARQUES MAXWELL MEDALS & AWARDS MCDONALDS CORP 042/0332 MCDONALD'S RESTAURANTS MEDALLION INVESTMENTS IV MEDCO SPORTS MEDICINE MEDCO SPORTS MEDICINE MEDCO SPORTS MEDICINE MEDCO SPORTS MEDICINE MEDINA, JIMMY MEDISOUTH, LLC MEGHAN BEAUDRY MELBA KATHLEEN LARSON MELEISSA CREEL MELISSA ERIN ALLEN MELLINGER, DONALD J & LI MEMORIAL BOYS BASKETBALL MENTORING MINDS LP MENTORING MINDS LP MERCEDES MURCIA MERIEM MASON MERITAGE HOMES OF TEXAS MI TIENDA MI TIENDA MI TIENDA MIA HERNANDEZ OVIEDO MICHAEL C. FINA CO. MICHAEL C. FINA CO. MICHAEL DAVID BONAS MICHAEL LYNN MARLER MICHAEL PRESTON MICHAEL WARREN MICHAEL'S MICHAEL'S MICHAEL'S

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/21/16 06/28/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/02/16 06/02/16 06/02/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/09/16 06/16/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 27.92 230.32 500.00 114.00 35.80 3,803.00 599.72 243.26 124.74 95.28 480.02 220.65 210.30 404.01 498.90 110.50 251.52 60.00 225.00 98.00 180.00 180.00 180.00 19.91 17.51 114.75 2,727.00 1,905.00 405.00 699.00 1,201.52 15.00 104.69 15.00 577.10 636.80 696.50 577.10 27,279.00 984.00 676.60 513.80 1,385.51 202.50 391.07 574.75 239.15 357.60 70.00 1,103.05

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VENDOR NAME MICHAEL'S MICHAEL'S MICHELLE MAYO MICHELLE RANGEL URIBE MIGUEL RUIZ MILLENNIUM PROJECT SOLUT MINDWARE MINH CONG PHAM MIRNA NAVARRO MIRNA NAVARRO MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF HUMA MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF HUMA MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF HUMA MOBILE FASTENERS MOBILE FASTENERS MOBILE FASTENERS MOBILE MODULAR MANAGEMEN MOBILE MUNCHIES, INC MOBLEY, LARRY T & MARTHA MOBYMAX, LLC MOMIN, MINAZ Z & ZULFIQA MONA KIMBERLY ROBINSON MONICA DELAPORTILLA MONICA GUERRERO MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MOODY GARDENS INC MORENO, JOSE MORENO, ROGELIO MOSS, BRYAN MOTIVATED PRINT AND DESI MOTIVATORS PROMOTIONAL P MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC MU ALPHA THETA MUNSON, ROBIN R & BRENDA

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/06/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/03/16

CK-AMOUNT 959.75 2,345.44 302.00 258.71 1,591.00 185.29 21.82 210.00 315.00 360.00 631.85 385.00 469.00 95.00 766.40 112.71 70.00 29.78 81.52 1,986.71 319.35 1,004.01 2,567.87 3,883.61 81.50 435.29 707.61 11.00 100.00 80.00 57.50 192.50 4,023.00 2,855.00 8,831.00 600.00 81.50 180.00 50.00 4,000.00 121.89 26.80 7,300.00 246.00 491.49 482.04 500.94 539.97 88.83 2.81

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VENDOR NAME MURPHYS VACUUM CENTER MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC FILING SOLUTIONS MUSIC IN MOTION INC MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIO MY TEXAS REALTY LLC MYRA LOPEZ WHITE N A E S P N A E S P N A E S P N A S S P N A S S P N A S S P N A S S P N C S PEARSON, INC NANCY A. CARDENAS NANCY GALLEGOS NANCY L CARLTON NANCY SALGADO LOPEZ NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NASCO NASCO NASCO NATALIA NAVA NATALIE HERNANDEZ NATIONAL AWARDS NATIONAL AWARDS NATIONAL AWARDS NATIONAL CHEERLEADERS AS NATIONAL CHEERLEADERS AS NATIONAL CHEERLEADERS AS NATIONAL FEDERATION OF S NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATIO NATIONAL FRENCH CONTEST NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL EVEN NATIONAL PRECISIONAIRE, NATIONAL SCHOOL PRODUCTS NATIONAL SCHOOL REFORM F NATIONAL SIGNS, LTD NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE NATIONAL STUDENT LOAN PR NATIONAL STUDENT LOAN PR NATIONAL STUDENT LOAN PR NATIONWIDE TRAILERS, LLC NEAL CHRISTOPHER BROWNLE NELLY CEPEDA

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CK-AMOUNT 44.90 2.25 1,348.20 737.23 1,690.00 1,784.00 1,343.00 11,499.99 1,046.92 85.62 19.00 1,600.00 425.00 3,000.00 475.00 2,000.00 261.94 70.00 65.00 189.11 65.00 1,319.86 30.63 191.04 163.30 20.00 400.00 800.00 1,500.00 50,200.00 72.00 415.00 68.83 90.69 117.98 179.55 157.50 184.54 199.50 232.50 496.00 310.00 21.00 31.00 8.50 265.90 65.00 65.00 1,430.16 240.71

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VENDOR NAME NELLY CEPEDA NELLY CEPEDA NEUHAUS EDUCATION CENTER NEW TEACHER CENTER NEWBART PRODUCTS INC NEWBART PRODUCTS INC NEWBART PRODUCTS INC NEWTON EDUCATION SOLUTIO NGUYEN, TRUNG NICOLAS WHITE NIDIA SILGUERO NO FEAR SPORTS NO FEAR SPORTS NO FEAR SPORTS NO FEAR SPORTS NO FEAR SPORTS NOELLE CHRISTINE HOKE NORA ESTRADA NORA GALLOSO NORA N SOLIS NORA RODRIGUEZ NORDSTRAND, BARBARA M NORMA A RODRIGUEZ-GARCIA NORMA C GOMEZ-VALENZUELA NORMA C GOMEZ-VALENZUELA NORMA VILLEGAS NORTH AMERICAN COUNCIL NORTH AMERICAN COUNCIL NORTHSTAR DEMO & REMEDIA NORTHSTAR DEMO & REMEDIA NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOTHING BUNDT CAKES NOVUS WOOD GROUP, LP NOVUS WOOD GROUP. LP NOVUS WOOD GROUP. LP NOVUS WOOD GROUP. LP NUNEZ, BELIA OBDULIA RUIZ OCTAVIO GARCIA OFELIA CASARES OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/16/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/27/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/06/16 06/13/16 06/13/16

CK-AMOUNT 4,923.25 1,290.66 7.14 205.40 147.93 1,927.62 93.35 72.16 137.36 24.00 12,879.97 4.99 355.50 1,318.13 408.00 20.88 230.27 202.50 264.81 31.76 135.08 15.00 1,827.90 376.75 70.00 1,523.80 980.92 4,269.75 388.14 477.21 116.38 918.95 461.15 462.37 65.00 526.99 3,333.86 8,485.92 300.00 3,577.50 12.00 1,400.00 324.50 202.50 421.00 421.00 421.00 231.84 43.47 57.96

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VENDOR NAME OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OIL RANCH OLGA TORRES OLIVE GARDEN OLIVER, KENNETH W & PAT OLIVIA GARZA OLIVIA SMITH-DAUGHERTY OLIVIA SMITH-DAUGHERTY OLIVIA TAFOLLA ONE STOP TENTS AND EVENT ONE STOP TENTS AND EVENT ORALIA CASTILLO O'REILLY AUTO PARTS O'REILLY AUTO PARTS O'REILLY AUTO PARTS ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORTEGA, BERNARDINO M OSCAR RAMIREZ OSLIN NATION CO OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY OVERDRIVE INC P I S D POLICE OFFICERS P VONTO LTD PABLO ALDANA PAINTINGS BY KATHY PALETERIA EL PIBE PALMER, JR NED W PAM BASSEL PAM BASSEL PAM BASSEL PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/20/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/07/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/28/16 06/01/16 06/02/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/16/16 06/20/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/27/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/30/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/23/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/21/16 06/28/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16

CK-AMOUNT 57.96 28.98 138.41 630.42 882.40 184.39 98.50 283.18 89.00 65.50 38.00 78.00 24.27 132.25 132.25 352.50 42.90 140.94 72.72 82.48 23.88 31.85 169.88 102.55 62.57 86.20 52.95 283.17 94.43 296.92 18.58 176.77 48.95 101.88 39.80 175.00 52.00 400.00 100.00 1,855.00 210.00 15.00 150.00 150.00 16.00 15.00 819.75 1,414.50 98.00 1,383.30

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VENDOR NAME PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PANTOJA, FIDENCIO PAOLA BEAR PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA PAPPA YOLK'S GRILL INC PAPPA YOLK'S GRILL INC PAPPA YOLK'S GRILL INC PAPPA YOLK'S GRILL INC PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PASADENA BAR ASSOCIATION PASADENA CITIZEN PASADENA ISD EDU FOUNDAT PASADENA ISD EDU FOUNDAT PASADENA MULCH PASADENA ROTARY CLUB PASADENA ROTARY CLUB PASADENA SOUTH ROTARY PASADENA SOUTH ROTARY PASADENA SOUTH ROTARY PASADENA SOUTH ROTARY PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS

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CK-AMOUNT 1,477.54 1,335.00 3,873.50 6,067.96 7,163.38 275.00 715.12 6.80 211.97 65.00 35.66 144.71 99.07 36.40 18,000.00 3,066.00 432.91 40.00 24.99 137.22 6,114.00 97,647.00 1,955.50 1,500.00 71.58 115.90 1,251.60 337.50 183.37 1,256.02 1,507.65 475.57 83.95 189.00 228.28 374.58 35.43 1,296.00 202.50 318.06 318.06 60.00 25.00 100.00 517.25 70.00 185.00 207.90 923.63 32.14

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VENDOR NAME PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASADENA SPORTING GOODS PASCO SCIENTIFIC PATRICIA A. CARGILL PATRICIA GAIL SURFACE PATRICIA HERNANDEZ PATRICIA LANDRUM PATRICIA MOORE PATRICIA SERMAS PATSY MAUREEN BLAIR PATTERSON DESIGNS PAUL ALAN MOONEYHAM PAUL H TRAN PAUL PADIERNA PAULA SWORD PC & MAC EXCHANGE PC & MAC EXCHANGE PC & MAC EXCHANGE PEARLAND ALTERNATOR CO PEARLAND I S D PEARSON EDUCATION PEDRAZA, ENRIQUE & SAHYL PEERLESS EVENTS AND TENT PENA'S DONUT HEAVEN AND PENDERS MUSIC CO PENSKE TRUCK LEASING PEPWEAR PEREZ, SAMUEL & VASHTI PETCO PETER LOCOCO PETER PIPER PIZZA PETERSON, ALAN PEYTON SMITH PFIRMAN, RICHARD L PHAM, CUA VAN & NHAN, TH PHEAA PHEAA PHILIP LYLES PHOEBE TORRES PHONOSCOPE ENTERPRISES G PHONOSCOPE LIGHT WAVE IN PHOTOGRAPHY BY R N R PHYLLIS SALINAS PILGRIM CLEANERS PINEDA, SERGIO PINNACLE OFFICE GROUP IN

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CK-AMOUNT 5.01 391.57 382.97 364.03 109.35 383.65 73.25 275.00 461.58 165.00 43.98 153.00 85.85 149.70 99.80 99.80 26.97 131.76 43.92 149.70 99.80 82.35 99.80 93.33 32.94 82.35 70.40 112.45 161.85 407.63 208.85 83.30 973.17 13,980.00 132.99 142.84 16,026.66 295.00 270.00 383.99 463.05 1,020.52 87.02 7.57 310.00 350.00 350.00 621.41 99.72 280.00

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VENDOR NAME PINNACLE OFFICE GROUP IN PIONEER CREDIT RECOVER PIONEER CREDIT RECOVER PIONEER CREDIT RECOVER PIPELINE PIZZA PIPELINE PIZZA PIPELINE PIZZA PIRATES! LEGENDS OF PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PLANK ROAD PUBLISHING PLANK ROAD PUBLISHING PLANT INTERSCAPES INC PLANT INTERSCAPES INC PLAYSCRIPTS INC PLOCHECK, GERALD W POLICE DEPT, MISC EXPENS POLLOCK PAPER DISTRIBUTO POOLE INTERESTS INC. POPARAZZIS POPCORN PORTIONPAC CHEMICAL CORP POS SYSTEMS GROUP INC POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSTMASTER POSTMASTER POTEET WRECKER SERVICE POTEET WRECKER SERVICE POTTER, DEE PRESTWICK HOUSE PRIDE OF TEXAS MUSIC FES

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CK-AMOUNT 3,996.00 792.00 1,650.00 495.00 819.00 1,176.00 39.96 5,212.00 5,457.00 6,339.62 175.00 223.00 3,526.24 1,198.50 1,627.50 66.95 140.12 2,895.50 18.00 108.00 81.00 165.00 51.34 1,943.50 900.00 259.00 694.61 21,318.00 192.67 86.88 256.03 202.50 90.20 191.98 738.00 85.45 202.50 144.00 214,001.58 644.60 100.00 100.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 65.00 43.68 194.85 32.92 67.87

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VENDOR NAME PRIME SYSTEMS PRIME SYSTEMS PRINT CENTRAL PRINT CENTRAL PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROMAXIMA MANUFACTURING PROTECTIVE LIFE INSURANC PSAT/NMSQT PUMPS OF HOUSTON, INC PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS Q E P INC Q E P INC Q E P INC Q E P INC QUEEN OAKS CLEANERS INC QUEEN OAKS CLEANERS INC QUEEN OAKS CLEANERS INC QUEEN OAKS CLEANERS INC QUYNH NGUYEN R & H THEATRICALS R & K COMMERCIAL AQUATIC R & K COMMERCIAL AQUATIC R B C MUSIC COMPANY INC RAA WEE INC RACHAEL CASTILLO RACHAEL'S HALLMARK RACHEL TRADER RADNEY, RAYMOND D & JANE RAIN PONCHOS PLUS, LLC RAISING CANE'S RESTAURAN RALLY EDUCATION RALPH FELLOWS RAMIREZ, ANTONIA AGUILAR RANCHITO TAQUERIA RESTAU RANDALL-PORTERFIELD ARCH RANDLES, MARIA S RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES, LLC RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES, LLC RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES, LLC RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES, LLC RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES, LLC RAQUEL CASTELLANOS RAWSON TRANSLATIONS LTD RAYMOND H QUOYESER READYREFRESH READYREFRESH

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 93.81 164.69 88.92 23.93 65.00 353.54 33.62 48.94 1,377.00 832.74 225.00 150.00 350.00 160.00 100.00 6,365.50 300.00 182.25 322.19 20,045.04 89.95 30.60 941.11 897.21 63.00 549.00 549.00 88.89 70.00 511.94 511.94 583.46 23.48 280.20 4,301.10 75,447.43 7,044.00 20,450.99 5,792.79 4,039.80 1,415.56 1,434.90 93.75 6.00 133.67 277.08 515.67 968.75 967.51 1,282.50

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VENDOR NAME READYREFRESH READYREFRESH REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REBECA TREVINO REBECCA A BRIGHT REBECCA LYNN FLOWER REBECCA ROBERTSON RECIPE FOR SUCCESS FOUND REFUND ADVISORY CORP REGION IV EDUCATION SERV REGION IV EDUCATION SERV REGION IV EDUCATION SERV REGION IV EDUCATION SERV REGION IV EDUCATION SERV REGION IV EDUCATION SERV REGION V EDUCATION SERV RELEVANT SOLUTIONS LLC RENTAL STORE INC DBA REPUBLIC SERVICES, INC REVTRAK, INC REYES, HOWARD A & REYMUNDO, MARIA D REYNOSO, ABIGAIL RICARDO DE SOTO RICE UNIVERSITY RICE UNIVERSITY RICHARD ALBA RICHARD REYES RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATI RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATI RICOH USA INC RICOH USA, INC RICOH USA, INC RICOH USA, INC RICOH USA, INC RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPT RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPT RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPT RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPT RIDLEY'S VACUUM & JANITO RIDLEY'S VACUUM & JANITO RIKE HAJ RIKITRA JOSHON STEWART RIKITRA JOSHON STEWART RIO SAN ANTONIO CRUISES RIOS, REYNA L & RIVERA, ANA Y ROBBINS-DELTORO, PAULA ROBERT BARTEL

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/06/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16

CK-AMOUNT 65.00 98.41 49.39 25.00 58.34 1,679.25 2,225.00 39.92 119.72 370.00 123.37 52.30 401.80 202.50 489.13 1,241.25 279.00 30.00 36.45 4,743.87 1,715.00 1,382.50 1,680.00 70.00 78.45 20.00 30.00 405.00 20.00 13.11 18.49 65.00 692.05 30.24 65.00 61.56 360.00 159.50 995.14 2,619.75 1,300.48 4,335.73 500.00 12.26 452.89 60.00 198.62 177.81 191.78 160.42

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VENDOR NAME ROBERT E DIERDORF ROBERT GUZMAN ROBERT OMAR SAYAVEDRA ROBIN M A DUNN ROBIN POOL ROCHESTER 100 INC ROCHESTER 100 INC ROCIO OCHOA ROCIO VIDAL ROCK THA HOUSE MOONWALKS RODNEY CHANT RODNEY VERNARD GALLOWAY RODOLFO ROJAS RODRIGUEZ, BENJAMIN T & RODRIGUEZ-ALVARADO, JAIM ROGERS, MORRIS & GROVER, ROMEO MUSIC ROMEO MUSIC RONALD G HOLLEY DBA ROOMS TO GO RORY ALEXANDRA AUTRY RORY ALEXANDRA AUTRY RORY ALEXANDRA AUTRY ROSA MARTINEZ ROSA N NUNEZ ROSA REYES ROSAENNA BARRIENTOS ROSALES, ALICIA ROSALINDA CISNEROS ROSALINE LEAL ROSE C CAMPBELL ROSITA LOPEZ ROSITA V. DUENEZ ROXANA ASCENCIO RUBI CELIA ACOSTA RUBY SALINAS-MARROQUIN RUN OFF MANAGEMENT GROUP RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TE RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TE RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TE RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TE RUSH TRUCK CENTERS OF TE RU-SHANE TANSIEL RUSSELL GUY E & URSULA I RUVALCABA, MARIA M RYAN DESOTO RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD S & S WORLDWIDE INC

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/02/16 06/02/16 06/02/16 06/02/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/09/16

CK-AMOUNT 160.11 39,707.20 9,373.00 789.95 18,265.00 543.39 398.41 65.00 53.11 125.00 499.23 314.06 493.10 174.69 235.19 372.48 106.28 261.56 117.76 213.91 64.16 13.96 208.03 23.86 60.59 206.09 145.92 130.85 334.95 55.22 47.16 195.13 20.98 154.52 493.76 64.10 35.96 92.68 106.44 194.84 456.44 234.04 172.55 151.60 134.46 253.11 494.89 148.31 97.73 282.28

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VENDOR NAME S & S WORLDWIDE INC S H I GOVERNMENT SOLUTIO S K G CONSULTING LLC SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC SAFEWAY SUPPLY INC SALDIVAR, FILIBERTO &ORF SALINAS, EMILIO & LETICI SALOME MARTINEZ SAM FLIPPIN SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVER SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/09/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16

CK-AMOUNT 59.26 266.84 479.14 72.90 497.00 49.90 390.62 247.12 462.14 426.00 84.90 43.94 286.03 35.92 43.76 315.29 290.60 315.29 492.36 498.44 496.40 498.38 499.62 164.56 343.32 1.10 217.52 52.13 48.94 36.50 46.36 61.79 27.92 19.90 43.48 100.87 205.75 195.99 39.88 365.54 121.74 330.74 242.40 265.46 232.14 157.16 122.38 65.24 394.41 37.88

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VENDOR NAME SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16

CK-AMOUNT 329.96 159.06 38.98 35.88 270.09 194.66 20.66 59.76 127.74 101.71 123.16 90.37 310.55 52.44 398.03 71.82 352.94 78.10 250.68 38.98 181.10 48.72 111.01 423.32 80.43 45.00 136.73 172.46 495.45 181.09 72.80 189.77 296.86 76.76 347.11 493.79 92.48 102.56 111.08 74.66 394.51 62.25 299.41 9.98 79.20 69.23 156.94 49.49 240.21 288.48

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VENDOR NAME SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/30/16 06/30/16 06/30/16 06/30/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/06/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/16/16 06/16/16

CK-AMOUNT 156.83 181.73 319.95 411.64 135.00 27.60 493.54 136.66 258.59 313.61 20.00 1,110.00 750.00 432.00 288.00 17.51 519.71 20.00 37.90 24.00 81.66 83.58 64.41 47.69 60.99 32.82 20.00 130.00 148.64 176.44 70.00 50.00 113.94 7.96 120.00 160.00 184.23 130.00 85.30 305.00 412.00 200.00 212.00 294.98 2,489.00 180.00 102.00 257.50 167.94 106.50

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VENDOR NAME SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMUEL CASTILLO SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO MUSEUM OF HI SAN JACINTO MUSEUM OF HI SANA ZAYED SANCHEZ, RITA J & OCHOA, SANDRA ALLEN SANDRA ANNETTE DICKERSON SANDRA COREAS SANDRA ENID MATTESON SANDRA H RAMIREZ SANDRA JASMINE THOMAS SANDRA JASMINE THOMAS SANDRA LINS-BOBBIO SANDRA PLAZA-TOVAR SANDRA YVETTE GARZA SANDRA YZAGUIRRE SANJUANITA TORRES RODRIQ SANJUANITA TORRES RODRIQ SARA DUARTE SARA WILLIAMS SARA WYNN BERGMAN SARAH ELIZABETH BONHAM SARAH ELIZABETH POTTER SARAH WROBLESKI SARAH WROBLESKI SARAI CANTU SARGENT WELCH SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/16/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/21/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 327.75 102.45 1,832.65 30.00 278.00 57.00 5,864.48 5,635.07 8,661.28 4,153.46 6,054.98 149.87 326.46 175.78 258.33 817.45 109.89 462.64 169.97 672.00 515.74 307.38 296.82 313.51 46.10 2,674.57 3,799.30 407.13 100.00 1,144.19 2,021.88 11.27 1,632.27 2,024.02 1,373.02 209.00 438.51 202.50 65.00 23.30 331.05 2,880.00 40.00 42.00 358.65 90.65 15.00 185.18 144.74 118.16

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VENDOR NAME SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SAVANNAH CAFE AND BAKERY SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC CLASSROOM MAG SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATIO SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATIO SCHOOL MATE SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCOTT EQUIPMENT INC SEA SUMMIT SEC & ELEM AD SEBASTIAN, MANJU & RENJI SEBCO BOOKS SEBCO BOOKS SEIDLITZ EDUCATION LLC SEIDLITZ EDUCATION LLC SEIDLITZ EDUCATION LLC SELENE REYES SEPULVEDA, DAVID R SEPULVEDA, SERVANDO SERGIO R. FABELA SETH HOWARD JOHNSON SETH HOWARD JOHNSON SHAFI A MCCANTS SHAMIRA MCCRUSE SHANDAR NICOLE HOBBS SHANNON KOEBELEN HOWARD SHANNON RAYGOZA SHANTAL S. LOPEZ SHARI LIPPE SHARI LIPPE SHARLON DAVIS

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/09/16 06/23/16 06/29/16 06/16/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/16/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/07/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16

CK-AMOUNT 27.13 870.00 59.28 100.00 137.93 922.87 59.73 65.00 360.28 2,389.84 1,367.70 282.21 30,323.94 442.08 148.70 35.75 134.82 497.15 29.96 89.00 1,870.00 1,436.58 1,742.50 2,860.00 15.00 30,734.27 4,278.94 270.00 536.00 338.00 210.00 1,497.74 2,998.51 202.50 140.00 111.85 390.44 208.80 53.70 16.88 323.75 88.89 314.50 800.00 100.00 1,800.00 450.00 500.00 270.94 120.34

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VENDOR NAME SHARON DENISE BIRTON SHARP SHOOTERS VIDEO SHAWNTELL DOUGLAS SHEILA A DAVILA SHELLEY WHEELER SHEPARD, SHANNON & SHERRIE ARLENE GROUNDS SHERRY GARZA SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHILOH TREATMENT CENTER SHINE, MICHELLE SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SIDDONS MARTIN EMERGENCY SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC SIERRA STAGE COACHES INC SIERRA STAGE COACHES INC SILVIA AGUILAR SIRSIDYNIX SIX FLAGS FIESTA TEXAS SKATEWORLD OF PASADENA I SKATEWORLD OF PASADENA I SKELTON BUSINESS EQUIPME SKILLS USA - VICA SKINNER, HENRY S & DELIA SNAP-ON INDUSTRIAL SNOW, LARRY & BARBARA SOCCER TIME SOLUTION TREE, LLC SOLUTIONS STORES SOMETHIN' SWEET SOMETHIN' SWEET SONIA HERNANDEZ SONORA ENTERTAINMENT GRO SOUPER SALAD SOURCEBOOKS INC SOUTH BELT EMBROIDERY SOUTH BELT EMBROIDERY SOUTH BELT-ELLINGTON LEA SOUTH BELT-ELLINGTON LEA SOUTH HOUSTON CHAMBER SOUTHERN FLORAL COMPANY SOUTHERN FLORAL COMPANY

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/23/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/16/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/03/16

CK-AMOUNT 1,037.81 500.00 80.00 2,620.00 281.25 2,372.00 1,237.35 206.35 624.15 582.75 802.90 246.05 325.00 448.95 104.25 427.35 350.00 26.73 110.00 32.93 178.72 191.68 12.00 202.50 1,500.00 51.80 250.00 91.08 199.70 26,316.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 86.70 90.00 200.00 240.00 270.00 239.67 238.00 10,193.41 10,687.50 82.92 20.80 72.12 65.00 42.00 857.76 31.76 58.67

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VENDOR NAME SOUTHERN FLORAL COMPANY SOUTHERN KOMFORT KITCHEN SOUTHERN TIRE MART LLC SOUTHERN TIRE MART LLC SOUTHWEST EMBLEM CO SOUTHWEST TEXAS EQUIP DI SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CITY RESTORATIONS SPACE WALK SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SP SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SP SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SP SPENCER MESSICK SPENCER, TED D & SPIRIT MONKEY LLC SPOK INC ST AGNES ACADEMY STACEY LYNN BARBER STACY MUNN BEARD STAGE ACCENTS STANDING CHAPTER 13 TRUS STANDING CHAPTER 13 TRUS STANDING CHAPTER 13 TRUS STAPLES ADVANTAGE STAR OF THE REPUBLIC MUS STAR OF THE REPUBLIC MUS STAR OF THE REPUBLIC MUS STARFALL EDUCATION STARTEX TITLE CO., LLC STATE BAR OF TEXAS STATE COMPTROLLER STELLAR EDUCATIONAL STEPHANIE MILLER STEPHANIE MILLER STEPHANIE MILLER STEPHANIE RAMIREZ STEPHANIE SPITZER STERICYCLE INC STEVE SPANGLER SCIENCE STEVE SPANGLER SCIENCE

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/28/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/21/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/07/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/21/16 06/22/16

CK-AMOUNT 287.89 125.00 2,857.50 1,240.00 5,062.50 81.40 3,241.80 3,600.00 69.25 124.00 94.00 12,116.92 12,195.45 7,953.81 7,765.94 1,633.65 1,469.85 5,850.00 402.00 15,931.50 16,340.00 528.00 40.00 61.56 84.09 188.94 360.00 360.00 2,200.00 974.88 935.63 544.73 550.49 58.47 905.00 220.00 130.00 1,490.90 378.00 72.74 1,588.00 9,543.83 8,311.08 8,768.12 919.00 85.00 71.00 210.00 70.00 140.00

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VENDOR NAME STEVEN VILLANO STEVE'S WINDOW FASHIONS STRAWBRIDGE STUDIOS INC STRAWBRIDGE STUDIOS INC STRAWBRIDGE STUDIOS INC STRIPES LLC STRIPES LLC c/o STROZESKI ENTERPRISES SUBWAY SUBWAY SUBWAY SUN COAST RESOURCES INC SUN COAST RESOURCES INC SUN COAST RESOURCES INC SUN COAST RESOURCES INC SUNDANCE FUELS SUNDANCE FUELS SUNDANCE FUELS SUPPLY ROOM INC SUPREME MEDICAL FULFILLM SUPREME MEDICAL FULFILLM SURVEYMONKEY.COM, LLC SUSAN AYALA SUSAN CLARE BAKER SUSAN CROFT SUSAN ELAINE BLUE SUSAN FOWLER SUSAN FOWLER SUSAN M CATLETT PH.D. SUTHERLAND, KATHRYNE L SWE HOMES LP SWEENEY, JAMES P SWEETWATER EDUCATIONAL SYLVIA AVILA T A S B T A S B O T A S B O T C T A T E P S A T E P S A T E P S A T G T G T G T M P A T S N O REGION IV T S N O REGION IV T S N O REGION IV T S N O REGION IV T S N O REGION IV

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/09/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/14/16 06/29/16 06/14/16 06/27/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/30/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/16/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/21/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/08/16

CK-AMOUNT 19,719.76 164.97 500.00 55.90 335.97 100.00 184.99 17.00 27.01 25.94 138.34 50.00 43.69 30.47 47.55 67.50 180.34 18.26 1,319.97 12.25 728.00 8,834.80 850.00 3,096.58 111.92 95.00 11,191.00 80.00 7,310.68 53.19 80.00 80.00 35.00 160.00 100.00 560.00 2,925.00 120.00 495.00 202.01 150.00 570.00 2,450.95 318.00 25.38 189.41 77.25 109.00 534,611.12 64,751.89

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VENDOR NAME T S T A TACO EXPRESS TAKE 1 VIDEO PROD TALIA TRANEE KIRKPATRICK TAMEZ, MARIA G & CANTU, TAMIRAH MAGNES TAMMIE A HINTON TAMMY POWELL TANA L HAASS TARA MERIDA TARGET TARGET TARGET STORES TARGET STORES TASHA WALKER TASN TASSEL DEPOT TASSP TEACHER CREATED MATERIAL TEAM EXPRESS TEAMLINE LTD TECHLAND HOUSTON TED A PENLAND PHOTOGRAPH TEJAS MATERIALS TERESA FERNAN TERESA POTTER TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC TEX ICE TEXAS AFT / PEG TEXAS ART SUPPLY CO TEXAS ASSOC OF STUDENT C TEXAS ASSOC OF STUDENT C TEXAS ASSOC OF SUPV OF M TEXAS DEPARTMENT/PUBLIC TEXAS DEPT OF LICENSING TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSN TEXAS POLICE CHIEFS ASSO TEXAS PROFESSIONAL HEARI TEXAS RESTAURANT ASSOCIA TEXAS SCHOOL BUSINESS TEXAS SCHOOL PUBLIC RELA TEXAS SWIM SHOP TEXAS SWIM SHOP TEXAS TACO CABANA LP TEXAS TACO CABANA LP TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TOMORROW FUND TEXAS-IBI GROUP TEXAS-IBI GROUP

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/21/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/13/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/22/16

CK-AMOUNT 224.40 8,368.18 200.00 560.60 864.00 20.80 268.84 65.07 3,960.00 3,102.00 43.20 202.50 294.00 11,607.25 1,351.47 3,923.35 6,256.09 7,581.54 3,320.50 45.00 396.00 82.50 1,972.50 700.00 20.00 161.39 177.86 1,211.52 143.38 93.57 100.00 450.00 1,080.00 86.37 364.00 95.84 525.80 574.13 9,583.99 331.09 52.69 9,924.07 469.72 2,832.72 77.94 576.94 11.00 36.00 4,073.65 1,427.40

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VENDOR NAME TEXAS-IBI GROUP TEXAS-IBI GROUP THE ALAMO THE BLACK BOOK DEPOT THE COOL SCHOOL KIDS THE LIBRARY STORE INC THE READING WAREHOUSE IN THEODORE FREDRICK THOURS THERAPY CONSULTANTS THERAPY CONSULTANTS THERESE KRZYZANIAK THIEL, ALPHONSE M & THINGS REMEMBERED THOMAS BUS GULF COAST GP THOMAS BUS GULF COAST GP THOMAS BUS GULF COAST GP THOMAS BUS GULF COAST GP THOMAS BUS GULF COAST GP THOMAS BUS GULF COAST GP THOMAS EDWARD DOUGLAS THOMASON'S FINE JEWELRY THOMPSON & HORTON LLP THOMPSON & HORTON LLP THREE THREADS ALTERATION TIMOTHY LOTT TIMOTHY MIKOLAJCHAK TIVA TMKK PROPERTIES TOM J DEIBEL TONIE LA-TON NOISE TONYA SPRINKLES TOPGOLF USA WEBSTER TOPGOLF USA WEBSTER TRACI ANN GOODWIN TRADEMARK IMAGES INC TRAN MY VU TRANSAMERICA PREMIER LIF TRANSPORTATION, MISC EXP TRAVELERS TREERING CORPORATION TREVINO, HELEN TRIANGLE REPRODUCTIONS I TRIANGLE REPRODUCTIONS I TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS I TROY A MCCARLEY TUCKER, MARGO J TYLER DAO TYLER REDMON TYPHOON TEXAS WATERPARK U S A D

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/16/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/23/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/20/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 15,114.00 2,411.00 1,641.60 2,715.81 2,510.15 2,780.70 25.00 25.00 25.00 220.99 141.00 520.00 297.85 325.00 834.07 10,956.80 545.16 8,832.86 178.48 6,994.00 3,757.00 1,390.13 3,741.50 32.80 530.00 53.50 475.00 550.00 475.00 500.00 2,860.00 105.00 35.00 173.72 289.25 216.67 255.86 9,979.00 237.84 6,567.93 4,565.06 44,061.31 690.86 417.62 639.46 209.51 522.86 202.50 42.00 5,676.27

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VENDOR NAME U S A TEAM SPIRIT U S A TEAM SPIRIT U S B ENROLLMENT SERVICE U S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCAT U S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCAT U S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCAT U S DEPARTMENT OF TREASU U S DEPARTMENT OF TREASU U S DEPARTMENT OF TREASU U S GAMES U S POSTAL SERVICE U S POSTAL SERVICE U S SCHOOL SUPPLY INC ULINE INC UNCLAIMED FUNDS RETRIEVA UNIPAK CORPORATION UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADERS UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICE UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICE UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICE UNIVERSITY CHEER AIR FOR UNIVERSITY INTERSCHOLAST UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT A UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT A UPSTART UPSTART URIBE, VICTOR H & DORA I V C A ANIMAL MEDICAL CEN V M I PREMIER GROUP LLC VARA, JOSE A VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS VASQUEZ, ROSA M VAZQUEZ, ANDREW C VAZQUEZ, TRINIDAD H VEGA, FIDEL & ANGELITA VEGA, MARIA ESTHER VEGA, RAFAEL & DORA L VENDING CONCEPTS LLC VERIZON WIRELESS

98

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/13/16 06/01/16 06/23/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/20/16 06/23/16 06/27/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16

CK-AMOUNT 1,776.81 1,777.45 5,675.65 6,155.09 5,675.51 13,263.93 90.66 119.89 163.20 15.00 12.00 107.06 64.62 61.00 2,696.26 2,554.08 4,804.49 1,859.02 7,682.29 3,732.25 1,671.90 1,231.09 27.97 3,347.50 42.59 100.00 2,353.60 15,552.00 300.00 124.08 760.74 70.00 527.47 65.00 156.00 1,033.52 75.00 126.15 555.77 633.90 1,348.27 3,013.50 934.85 8.19 41.60 13.49 405.00 658.07 124.68 245.23

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VENDOR NAME VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERONICA ANN POLHEMUS VERONICA CELEDON-RODRIGU VERONICA CELEDON-RODRIGU VERONICA FLORES VERONICA GONZALES VERONICA LEIVA ZAVALA VERONICA SANCHEZ VERONICA TORRES VESCO BUSINESS PRODUCTS VESCO BUSINESS PRODUCTS VESCO BUSINESS PRODUCTS VESCO BUSINESS PRODUCTS VESCO BUSINESS PRODUCTS VESCO BUSINESS PRODUCTS VEX ROBOTICS INC VEX ROBOTICS INC VICKY LYNN BASYE VICTOR KEASLER VICTOR RAYGOZA VICTORIA AGUILAR VIDEO INSIGHT VIDEO INSIGHT VIET DINH PHOTO VILLARREAL, ALVARO M VINAGRE, JESUS J & VIRGINIA CASTILLEJA VIRGINIA LOUISE LAY VIRGINIA RAMOS VISUAL SERVICES OF TEXAS VULCAN CONSTRUCTION VUTHY KUON W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALKER, BUDDY J WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC

99

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/07/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/08/16 06/09/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/13/16 06/14/16 06/14/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/16/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/22/16 06/23/16 06/23/16

CK-AMOUNT 149.95 123.04 204.16 14.30 499.97 29.15 174.69 118.72 72.07 102.54 104.05 56.26 64.68 87.03 15.00 39.56 16.91 67.38 94.49 107.04 65.50 35.88 54.80 48.26 200.79 123.16 110.50 46.61 98.78 232.51 19.84 207.13 56.91 101.99 105.46 215.94 45.52 66.04 168.37 100.70 43.09 25.38 30.72 41.66 29.40 13.70 22.48 227.86 28.20 127.30

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VENDOR WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART WALMART

NAME STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES STORES

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INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/23/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/27/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/28/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/06/16 06/06/16 06/08/16 06/13/16 06/15/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/20/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/21/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/03/16 06/08/16

CK-AMOUNT 82.64 29.34 150.85 376.36 208.09 55.91 272.32 155.08 231.24 105.03 195.68 225.30 170.05 237.97 32.00 109.12 25.88 76.04 93.07 965.59 56.40 90.72 129.82 83.12 15.68 35.70 47.58 73.89 31.84 296.38 12.93 60.89 160.81 26.56 66.28 101.54 47.00 59.78 598.22 148.50 34,303.60 2,441.19 17,000.00 514.38 48.75 11.47 105.40 142.25 2,294.00 10,500.00

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VENDOR NAME WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WALMART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WARREN KEITH PALMER JR. WARREN KEITH PALMER JR. WASHING EQUIPMENT OF TEX WASHING EQUIPMENT OF TEX WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE MANAGEMENT WEAVER AND TIDWELL LLP WELDON, WILLIAMS & LICK WENDY ALMAGUER WENDY GREEN WENDY MURPHY WENDY MURPHY WENGER CORPORATION WEST BELT SURVEYING INC

101

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/01/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/15/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/29/16 06/29/16 06/08/16 06/01/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/22/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/01/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/03/16 06/29/16 06/22/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/15/16 06/22/16 06/15/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/08/16 06/15/16 06/29/16

CK-AMOUNT 400.00 200.00 200.00 4,846.50 202.50 4,467.98 2,714.47 131.00 74.70 329.88 5,775.35 5,767.74 6,182.74 756.45 130.00 7,801.72 115.20 11,788.00 1,472.00 4,480.00 776.76 12,515.46 79.81 36,544.23 36.00 41.99 3,500.00 4,975.00 18,284.00 6,030.00 8,310.00 130.00 119.06 892.33 2,201.40 225.44 20.00 24.31 3,350.00 100.00 40.00 25.00 20.00 465.00 70.00 12.00 70.00 2,220.00 2,235.00 1,800.00

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VENDOR NAME WESTAT INC WESTAT INC WESTAT INC WET N WILD SPLASHTOWN WHITEHEAD, ANDREW WHITESTONE REIT OPERATIN WHITESTONE REIT OPERATIN WHITNEY NICOLE MCGUIRE WHOLESALE CHESS WHOLESALE CHESS WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM MALPASS WILLIAM ULLOA WILLIAM V MACGILL & CO WILLIAM V MACGILL & CO WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT IN WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT IN WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT IN WILSONART INTERNATIONAL WINDSTREAM HOLDINGS INC WISSTECH ENTERPRISES WMC FUND LLC WOODWIND BRASSWIND WORLD FINANCE CORP. OF T WORLD WIDE TIRES WORLD WIDE TIRES WORLD WIDE TIRES WORLD'S FINEST CHOCOLATE WORLD'S FINEST CHOCOLATE XENIA GONZALES XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XIMENA VARGAS YADIRA PADILLA YADIRA VILLARREAL YANETH CASTILLO YAZMIN TURRUBIARTES YESENIA GUERRA YEZENIA ALEMAN YMCA GREATER HOUSTON ARE YOLANDA BALBINO YOLANDA SANCHEZ YOLANDA VILLALVAZO YOUNG AUDIENCES INC OF H YOUNG AUDIENCES INC OF H YOUNG PICASSOS HOUSTON

102

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 06-01-2016 THRU 06-30-2016 CK-DATE 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/03/16 06/15/16 06/01/16 06/03/16 06/08/16

CK-AMOUNT 317.13 10.95 6.00 130.00 202.50 91.37 5.01

CD I I I I I I I

VENDOR NAME YOUTHLIGHT YULISSA GUZMAN YVETTE HERNANDEZ ZACHARY FERNANDEZ ZELLER, FREDERICK W ZENO DIGITAL SOLUTIONS, ZENO DIGITAL SOLUTIONS,

 

___________________ TOTAL CASH* * * DISBURSEMENTS

$8,497,669.32 _______________

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Local Maintenance Fund

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 99 Other Governmental Charges 00 Other Uses FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES 3600 3410 3430 3510 3545 3551 3590

Undesignated Fund Balance - Beg Reserve for Inventory Reserve for Prepaid Items Committed Construction Committed Other Assigned Land Acquisition Assigned for Outstanding Encumbrance

3000

TOTAL FUND BALANCE - BEG

Current Budget 133,040,945 319,994,160 10,338,931 463,374,036

Current Month Revenues / Expenditures 1,776,380 32,956,768 1,064,957 35,798,104

Year-to-Date Encumbrances -

Year-to-Date Revenues / Expenditures 133,256,259 289,183,071 5,634,780 428,074,110

Unencumbered Balance (215,314) 30,811,089 4,704,151 35,299,927

297,338,708 6,847,380 7,673,098 5,859,417 35,421,979 18,553,565 331,200 4,939,912 15,738,744 6,235,474 11,777,317 50,381,853 5,265,136 9,586,584 309,889 4,942,442 100,000 1,169,000 1,000,000 483,471,698

8,661,045 249,933 900,984 540,551 2,295,284 1,165,909 16,491 134,150 891,777 671,541 1,010,325 3,649,998 377,530 428,434 2,988 119,919 84,337 21,201,194

954,599 54,033 110,582 43,967 68,002 247,529 5,524 484,161 248,795 279,540 1,288,361 178,196 798,911 533,955 5,296,156

259,963,286 6,042,777 5,967,803 4,915,775 30,834,501 16,448,848 249,716 4,230,277 13,197,827 5,877,423 9,655,725 41,962,603 4,262,459 5,953,020 136,056 2,305,178 99,000 1,162,022 806,328 414,070,623

36,420,823 750,570 1,594,713 899,675 4,519,476 1,857,188 81,484 704,112 2,056,756 109,256 1,842,051 7,130,889 824,481 2,834,653 173,833 2,103,308 1,000 6,978 193,672 64,104,919

414,692,115 26,366,977 21,465,670 11,708,293 8,238,643 1,000,000 483,471,698

16,833,056 1,974,756 1,425,167 747,467 136,411 84,337 21,201,194

1,985,489 1,842,951 135,382 1,332,333 5,296,156

366,177,306 19,940,351 13,688,838 10,475,446 2,982,353 806,328 414,070,623

48,514,809 4,441,137 5,933,881 1,097,465 3,923,956 193,672 64,104,919

(20,097,662) 59,255,562 1,044,438 4,100,000 23,750,000 9,683,339 97,833,339

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

(20,097,662)

3000 3410 3430 3510 3545 3551

TOTAL FUND BALANCE - END Reserve for Inventory Reserve for Prepaid Items Committed Construction Committed Other Assigned Land Acquisition

77,735,677 (1,044,438) (4,100,000) (11,186,000) -

3590

Assigned for Outstanding Encumbrance UNDESIGNATED FUND BALANCE END

3600

(6,000,000) 55,405,239

104

14,003,486

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Debt Service Fund Current Month Current

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Budget 32,450,000 17,000,000 -

Expenditures -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 32,527,526 19,919,692 -

Balance (77,526) (2,919,692) -

TOTAL REVENUES

49,450,000

-

-

52,447,218

(2,997,218)

EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses

58,050,000 250,000

327,906 22,070

-

42,643,411 210,576

15,406,589 39,424

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

58,300,000

349,975

-

42,853,987

15,446,013

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

58,050,000 250,000 58,300,000

327,906 22,070 349,975

-

42,643,411 210,576 42,853,987

15,406,589 39,424 15,446,013

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

(8,850,000)

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

49,557,928

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

40,707,928

9,593,231

105

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Campus Activity Funds

-

Current Month Revenues / Expenditures 654,572 -

TOTAL REVENUES

-

EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

Year-to-Date Revenues / Expenditures 5,037,670 -

654,572

-

5,037,670

-

247,191 17,705 14,132 37,599 69 345,592 14,259 393 676,939

131,550 1,976 16,770 274,080 4,600 428,976

1,189,125 141,394 540 162,038 40,086 930 2,973,404 18,829 601 11,545 93,439 4,631,931

-

11,557 57,832 391,182 196,509 19,858 -

62,855 296,131 69,990 -

53,419 215,068 2,903,132 1,332,572 127,740 -

-

676,939

428,976

4,631,931

Current Budget

-

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

3,285,162

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

3,285,162

Year-to-Date Encumbrances

405,739

106

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Bond 2011 Current Month Current REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget 35,210 -

Expenditures 3,042 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 35,209 -

Balance

35,210

3,042

-

35,209

1

21,819,195 -

600,495 -

6,318,428 -

11,593,075 -

3,907,692 -

21,819,195

600,495

6,318,428

11,593,075

3,907,692

21,819,195 -

855 599,639 -

6,318,428 -

51,739 11,541,336 -

(51,739) 3,959,431 -

21,819,195

600,495

6,318,428

11,593,075

3,907,692

(21,783,985)

(11,557,866)

21,783,985 0

107

1 -

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Bond 2014 Current Month Current REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget 970,240 -

Expenditures 210,717 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 970,241 -

Balance

970,240

210,717

-

970,241

(1)

158,103,910 -

1,048,367 -

59,030,740 -

9,490,854 -

89,582,316 -

158,103,910

1,048,367

59,030,740

9,490,854

89,582,316

158,103,910 -

1,048,367 -

59,030,740 -

9,490,854 -

89,582,316 -

158,103,910

1,048,367

59,030,740

9,490,854

89,582,316

(157,133,670)

(8,520,613)

157,133,670 0

108

(1) -

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 All Special Revenue Funds

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources TOTAL REVENUES

-

Current Month Revenues / Expenditures 168,488 129,000 4,584,220 4,881,707

EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

-

1,374,706 105,110 127,628 121,876 304,152 3,132 547 1,557 (380) 2,038,327

380,699 4,711 26,402 282 81,471 85 493,649

26,102,153 322 1,139,152 1,260,816 1,233,737 4,236,328 121,503 8,546 18,090 193,517 34,314,164

(26,482,852) (322) (1,143,862) (1,287,218) (1,234,018) (4,317,799) (121,503) (8,546) (18,090) (193,601) (34,807,813)

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

-

1,247,899 617,436 99,535 73,456 2,038,327

166,061 306,452 21,137 493,649

25,730,031 2,726,735 5,201,803 584,916 70,678 34,314,164

(25,730,031) (2,892,796) (5,508,255) (606,053) (70,678) (34,807,813)

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

2200

Beginning Deferred Revenue

-

3600

Ending Balance

-

Current Budget

Year-to-Date Encumbrances -

Year-to-Date Revenues / Expenditures 538,174 4,121,093 23,156,758 27,816,024

Unencumbered Balance (538,174) (4,121,093) (23,156,758) (27,816,024)

(6,498,139)

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Food Service Current Month Current

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Budget 4,800,000 205,000 29,529,300 -

Expenditures 53,645 916,260 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 4,471,725 197,813 27,977,346 -

Balance 328,275 7,187 1,551,954 -

TOTAL REVENUES

34,534,300

969,906

-

32,646,884

1,887,416

EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses

34,534,300 -

985,731 722 -

543,223 -

30,533,729 4,022 -

3,457,349 (4,022) -

34,534,300

986,453

543,223

30,537,750

3,453,327

13,840,300 113,000 17,675,000 2,256,000 650,000 -

377,353 19,902 367,384 221,814 -

6,711 362,526 173,985 -

11,443,747 52,801 16,520,193 2,230,858 290,151 -

2,396,553 53,488 792,281 25,142 185,863 -

34,534,300

986,453

543,223

30,537,750

3,453,327

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

3450

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

5,883,554

3410

Reserved Inventory

570,871 6,454,425

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

6,454,426

2,109,134

110

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016 Instructional Material Allotment Fund Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Budget 4,553,620 -

Expenditures 129,000 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 3,949,414 -

TOTAL REVENUES

4,553,620

129,000

-

3,949,414

604,206

EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 00 Other Uses

4,057,427 49,467 446,726 -

(150,000) -

-

3,151,541 -

905,886 49,467 446,726 -

4,553,620

(150,000)

-

3,151,541

1,402,079

496,193 4,057,427 -

(150,000) -

-

3,151,541 -

496,193 905,886 -

4,553,620

(150,000)

-

3,151,541

1,402,079

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 Debt Service 6600 Capital Outlay 8900 Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

-

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

-

797,872

111

Unencumbered Balance 604,206 -

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT ACTIVITY FUNDS STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016

ASSETS: Cash and Investments Accounts Receivable:

$724,579

TOTAL ASSETS

$724,579

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accounts Payable

$724,579

Total Liabilities

$724,579

Unreserved, Undesignated Fund Balance Year-to-Date Change to Fund Equity

$0 $0

Total Fund Equity

$0 $724,579

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

112

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GROUP BENEFIT PLAN STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016

REVENUES: Investment Interest Premiums/Contributions Stop Loss Recoveries Operating Transfer TOTAL REVENUES

$7,044 $37,323,663 $2,096,859 $0 $39,427,566

CLAIMS & OTHER EXPENDITURES: Administration Fees Health Claims Expenditures/Misc Stop Loss Reinsurance Premiums

$2,281,856 $34,040,812 $1,472,308

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$37,794,977

Excess - Revenue over Expenditures For 2015-2016

113

$1,632,589

114

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GROUP BENEFIT PLAN STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016

ASSETS: Cash and Investments Accounts Receivable: Stop-Loss Claims Other Restricted Assets

$5,288,025

TOTAL ASSETS

$5,288,025

$0 $0

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accounts Payable Accrued Health Claims Payable

$0 $2,009,819

Total Liabilities

$2,009,819

Beginning Reserve for Self Funded Insurance Year-to-Date Change to Fund Equity

$1,645,616 $1,632,589

Total Fund Equity

$3,278,206

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$5,288,025

115

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WORKER'S COMPENSATION SELF-INSURANCE FUND STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016

REVENUES: Investment Interest Contributions from Other Funds

$9,883 $0

TOTAL REVENUES

$9,883

CLAIMS & OTHER EXPENDITURES: Worker's Compensation Claims & Administration Fees

$704,847

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$704,847

Excess - Revenue over Expenditures For 2015-2016

116

($694,964)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WORKER'S COMPENSATION SELF-INSURANCE FUND STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES For the Year Ending June 30th, 2016

ASSETS: Cash and Investments Accounts Receivable: Stop-Loss Claims Other Restricted Assets

$5,635,317

TOTAL ASSETS

$5,635,317

$0 $0

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accrued Claims Payable

$2,352,076

Total Liabilities

$2,352,076

Beginning Reserve for Self Funded Insurance Year-to-Date Change to Fund Equity

$3,978,205 ($694,964)

Total Fund Equity

$3,283,241

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$5,635,317

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Pasadena ISD Tax Assessor/Collector's Report For the Month of June 2016: 2015-2016 School Year Thru Prior Month

This Month

Year-To-Date

Original Current Roll (09-1-2015) Adjustments Roll Back Adjustment 2015 Roll Back Adjustment Total Adjusted Current Roll

0.00 156,561,838.32 (84,914.82) (13,271.81)

0.00 (7,578.37) 0.00 0.00

0.00 156,554,259.95 (84,914.82) (13,271.81) 156,456,073.32

Current Taxes Collected Roll Back Collected 2015 Roll Back Collected 2016 Current Rendition Penalty Late Fee Uncollected Balance - Current

150,732,038.16 13,271.81 84,914.82 130,938.41

1,022,970.33

151,755,008.49 13,271.81 84,914.82 134,206.08 4,468,672.12

Original Delinquent Roll (09-01-15) Adjustments Credits/Variance Total Adjusted Delinquent Roll

(885,712.21) 0.00

(126,563.71) 0.00

12,684,702.09 (1,012,275.92) 0.00 11,672,426.17

Delinquent Taxes Collected Delinquent Rendition Penalty Late Fee

1,303,793.77 8,536.78

87,503.53 1,210.46

1,391,297.30 9,747.24

3,267.67

Uncollected Balance-Delinquent Penalty & Interest Collected Miscellaneous Income, Copies Tax Certificates Court Costs

10,271,381.63 1,436,906.43 3,341,620.91 1,410.00 17,114.61

183,395.81 (1,726.88) 50.00 1,771.73

Total Amount Collected

Attorney Fees Collected

1,620,302.24 3,339,894.03 1,460.00 18,886.34 4,980,542.61

407,658.45

118

16,350.02

424,008.47

Summary of Delinquent Tax Collections Collection Target by June 30, 2016:

$3,721,660

All Delinquent Years Prior to 2014 Month Jul-2015 Aug-2015 Sep-2015 Oct-2015 Nov-2015 Dec-2015 Jan-2016 Feb-2016 Mar-2016 Apr-2016 May-2016 Jun-2016 Total

Adjusted Collectible Amount for All Other Delinquent Years $9,969,000

Amount Collected $135,367 $76,679 $52,772 $100,853 $16,378 $110,627 $88,626 $113,060 $75,598 $71,665 $91,451 $43,794 $976,866

(Beginning Bal. has not been adjusted by Tax Deferrals, Govt' Entity status and Uncolletibles.

2014 Delinquent Taxes Only

Month Jul-2015 Aug-2015 Sep-2015 Oct-2015 Nov-2015 Dec-2015 Jan-2016 Feb-2016 Mar-2016 Apr-2016 May-2016 Jun-2016 Total

2014 Delinquent Taxes Due $3,721,660

Grand Total Delinquent Collections

Amount Collected $267,032 $186,407 $65,770 $35,103 $56.892 $94,164 $18,821 $88,355 $39,616 $197,330 $57,989 $43,709 $1,151,188 $2,128,055

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PURCHASING AGENDA ITEMS JULY 26, 2016 REGULAR BOARD MEETING

1.

Competitive Sealed Bids and/or Request For Competitive Sealed Proposals  Catering Services, Snack Trays, and Food Trays, RFP #16-031  Lumber, Building Supplies, Chain Link Fencing, and Related Products, RFP #16-035  Construction Project Management Services, RFP #16-038

2. Contract Renewals  Copier Services, BID #12-024  Special Education Management System, RFP #14-037  Floor Machines, Accessories, Replacement Parts, Related Items & Services, RFP #14-049  Snack Trays, Food Trays and Catering Services, RFP #15-028  Ad-Valorem Tax Collection System Services, RFP #16-017 3.

Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000  June 1, 2016 through June 30, 2016

Director of Purchasing: Derek Gillard

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1. Competitive Sealed Bids and/or Request for Proposals SUBJECT:

Catering Services, RFP #16-031

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in accordance with Texas Education Code 44.031. The purchasing office mailed RFPs to 95 companies and 13 companies responded. Contract dates will run from August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017 with one (1) one-year renewal options. Annual estimated PISD spend is $160,000.00

RECOMMENDATION:

We are recommending awards to the following companies who met the specifications:             

Snack

Trays,

and

Food

Trays,

Casas Catering, Inc. Domino’s, Inc. Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen #2, Inc. HEB Grocery Company Logan Farms Westheimer LLC dba Logan Farms Honey Glazed Hams & Market Café Maria Zardeneta dba Ernie’s Café and Catering Olive Tree Mediterranean Grill, LLC Pizza Properties Inc dba Peter Piper Pizza Southern Ice Cream Southern Komfort Kitchen Sun Butter, LLC Tavistock Freebirds, LLC dba Freebirds World Burrito ZKS Ventures Inc. dba Papa John’s

CONTACT PERSON:

Derek Gillard Jannell Faust

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Lumber, Building Supplies, Chain Link Fencing, and Related Products, RFP #16-035

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in accordance with Texas Education Code 44.031. The purchasing office electronically distributed RFPs to 265 companies and 11 companies responded. Contract dates will run from August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017 with two (2) one-year renewal options. Annual estimated PISD spend is $150,000.00

RECOMMENDATION:

We are recommending awards to the following companies who met the specifications:           

Acme Architectural Hardware, Inc. Big Z Lumber Co. Clark Security Products, A Division of Anixter, Inc. Clark's Hardwood Lumber Co. Crawford Electric Supply Co. Deer Park Lumber Co., Ltd. Hardwood Products Company Houston Door & Specialties, Inc. Joseph Dow dba Dow Pipe & Fence Supply Company Tejas Materials, Inc. Wilsonart, LLC

CONTACT PERSON:

Derek Gillard Jannell Faust

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Construction Project Management Services, RFP #16-038

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in accordance with Texas Education Code 44.031. The purchasing office electronically distributed RFPs to 66 companies and 14 companies responded. Contract dates will run from August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017 with four (4) one-year renewal options. Annual estimated PISD spend is $318,000.00

RECOMMENDATION:

We are recommending awards to the following companies who met the specifications:          

AECOM Technical Services, Inc. AGCM, Inc. BAJ's Coaching, Inc. Hill International, Inc. Israel Grinberg dba IG Consultants Jacobs Project Management Co. Leo A Daly Company dba Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc. Shauna K. Gagneaux dba SKG Consulting LLC Warren S. Strang dba SPMS

CONTACT PERSON:

Derek Gillard Kevin Fornof

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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2. Contract Renewals _____________________________________________________________________ Copier Services BID #12-024, Opening: May 29, 2012 Initial Board Approval: June 26, 2012 Estimated Annual Expenditure: $1,233,234 Renewal Contract Period: September 1, 2016 through August 31, 2017 Renewal Option: Year 5 of 5 (Board Action July 26, 2016) Vendor(s):  Dahill CONTACT PERSON: Derek Gillard _____________________________________________________________________ Special Education Management System RFP #14-037, Opening: March 22, 2014 Initial Board Approval: April 22, 2014 Estimated Annual Expenditure: $240,000 Renewal Contract Period: September 1, 2016 through August 31, 2017 Renewal Option: Year 2 of 4 (Board Action July 26, 2016) Vendor(s):  Esped.com, Inc. CONTACT PERSON: Karen Mintsioulis Derek Gillard _____________________________________________________________________ Floor Machines, Accessories, Replacement Parts, Related Items & Services RFP #14-049, Opening: June 26, 2014 Initial Board Approval: July 29, 2014 Estimated Annual Expenditure: $160,125 Renewal Contract Period: August 1, 2016 through July 31, 2017 Renewal Option: Year 3 of 3 (Board Action July 26, 2016) Vendor(s):  Brawner Paper Company, Inc.  Buckeye Cleaning Center-Houston  Genesis II, Inc.  High Point Sanitary Solutions  Hillyard, Inc.  Matera Paper Company  Pollock Paper Distributors  Pyramid School Products  Ridley’s Vacuum & Janitorial Supply CONTACT PERSON: Derek Gillard Jannell Faust

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Snack Trays, Food Trays and Catering Services RFP #15-028, Opening: May 28, 2015 Initial Board Approval: June 23, 2015 Estimated Annual Expenditure: $206,279 Renewal Contract Period: August 1, 2016 through July 31, 2017 Renewal Option: Year 2 of 3 (Board Action July 26, 2016) Vendor(s):  Alonti Catering  Andy’s Hawg Wild BBQ  Antonio’s Pizza & More  Billy’s Donuts  Black-Eyed Pea Catering  Boudreaux’s Cajun Kitchen  Catering By Renee  Catered By The Coach  Chick-Fil-A Pasadena  CiCi’s Pizza #37  Ditta Meat Company  Family Cuisine Café & Bakery  Gabby’s BBQ  Ice Cream Party LLC  Ice Express  Jason’s Deli  Joe’s Barbeque Company  Johnny Carino’s  Johnny Tamale  Lenox Barbeque & Catering, Inc.  Luna’s Mexican Restaurant  Marble Slab Creamery  Mobile Munchies, Inc.  Monterey’s Little Mexico  Napoli Italian Restaurant  Northwest Catering Services  Pappa Yolk’s Grill  Pappi Chulo’s  Pepper’s Beef & Seafood  Pizza Hut  Pizza Patron  Sam’s Club  Savannah Café & Bakery  Spanky’s Pizza  Sudie’s Catfish House  Texas Taco Cabana LP CONTACT PERSON(S): Derek Gillard Jan Faust

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_____________________________________________________________________ Ad-Valorem Tax Collection System Services RFP #16-017, Opening: February 2, 2016 Initial Board Approval: February 23, 2016 Estimated Annual Expenditure: $29,500 Renewal Contract Period: September 1, 2016 through August 31, 2017 Renewal Option: Year 2 of 4 (Board Action July 26, 2016) Vendor(s):  SpindleMedia, Inc. CONTACT PERSON: Anita Henry Derek Gillard _____________________________________________________________________

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3. Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 June 1, 2016 thru June 30, 2016 _____________________________________________________________________ SCHOOL DEPT

DESCRIPTION

VENDOR

QTY

TOTAL COST

PO NUMBER

LEGAL AUTHORITY

Hancock ES

Instructional Materials and Teaching Supplies

Benchmark Education Company

Lot

$19,993.00

286308

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Food Services

2016/17 Menu Calendars

Exalt Printing Solutions

Lot

$20,260.00

286311

RFP #14-036

Hancock ES

Books (Opening Collection)

Mackin Educational Resources

Lot

$174,241.27

286322

Bid #14-008 Board Approved 11/19/13

Vocational

Health Science Careers Learning Management System (SHHS)

Paxton / Patterson

Lot

$32,400.00

286326

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Vocational

Health Science Careers Learning Management System (PMHS)

Paxton / Patterson

Lot

$32,400.00

286327

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Vocational

Health Science Careers Learning Management System (DHS)

Paxton / Patterson

Lot

$32,400.00

286328

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Hancock ES

White Boards and Easels

Educator’s Depot, Inc.

Lot

$11,210.00

286343

ESC 5

Hancock ES

Classroom Rugs

Educator’s Depot, Inc.

Lot

$12,364.00

286435

ESC 5

Facilities & Construction

Construction Contract L. F. Smith ES

Drymalla Construction Co., Inc.

Lot

$19,846,063.00

286476

CSP #16-019 Board Approved 4/26/16

Maintenance

Wi-Fi Tower Project at Various District Locations

Millennium Project Solutions

Lot

$185,601.05

286478

HCDE/CP

Library Services

E-Books for Hancock ES

Capstone

Lot

$20,000.00

286574

Bid #14-008 Board Approved 11/19/13

L. F. Smith ES

Visual Arts, Music & Dance Sessions

Young Audiences Inc. of Houston

Lot

$12,480.00

286594

RFP #15-022 Board Approved 8/25/15

Food Service

Kitchen Equipment & Utensils for Stock

Kommercial Kitchens

Lot

$47,342.19

286597

ESC 5

CTE HS

Dental Equipment & Supplies

Midwest Dental Equipment & Supplies

Lot

$34,893.00

286678

No Bid Dental Equipment

Fine Arts

Charms Subscription Renewal(s)

Dorian Business Systems, Inc.

Lot

$15,350.00

286681

Sole Source

Library Services

Library Books for Sullivan MS

Follett School Solutions, Inc.

Lot

$215,000.00

286694

Bid #14-008 Board Approved 11/19/13

CTE HS

Eventmate Frame & Drapery

Wenger Corporation

Lot

$11,620.00

286723

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Demolition of Building Automation System (Pomeroy ES)

Siemens Industry, Inc.

Lot

$10,750.00

286734

NJPA

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Fine Arts

Annual Site License Renewal(s)

Quavermusic.com LLC

Lot

$19,440.00

286874

Sole Source

Technology Services

(50) Epson Projectors

CDW Government, LLC

50

$23,400.00

286907

DIR

Fine Arts

(8) Yamaha Mellophones

Music and Arts Center

8

$10,688.00

286959

Bid #13-032 Board Approved 6/25/13

Vocational

Learning Management System

Paxton / Patterson

Lot

$32,400.00

287011

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Gifted & Talented

Laying the Foundation Training

National Math and Science Initiative

Lot

$32,625.00

287087

No Bid Non-Professional Services, Instructional

Library Services

E-Books for Sullivan MS

Sebco Books

Lot

$13,998.73

287096

Bid #14-008 Board Approved 11/19/13

Hancock ES

Musical Instruments

West Music Company

Lot

$16,138.04

287098

Bid #13-032 Board Approved 6/25/13

CTE HS

Maritime Simulator

Technical Laboratory Systems

Lot

$286,225.00

287166

HCDE/CP

Facilities & Construction

Removal of Portable Buildings at Pomeroy ES

Brown & Root Industrial

Lot

$93,621.00

287187

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Detention Pond Rehabilitation at Queens IS

Facilities Sources

Lot

$183,987.50

287189

TCPN

Hancock ES

Cubbies for Classrooms

Educator’s Depot, Inc.

Lot

$21,083.69

287229

ESC 5

Maintenance

District Flooring Supplies

VMI Premier Group, LLC

Lot

$12,352.50

287256

RFP #16-026 Board Approved 4/26/16

Building and Grounds

(2) Toro Commercial 21” Mowers and (2) Toro Zero Turn Rider 5000 Series Mowers

Cypress Lawn & Turf Equipment

4

$13,492.00

287341

RFP #16-003 Board Approved 10/29/15

Technology Services

Network Electronic Equipment for Sullivan MS

M&S Technologies, Inc.

Lot

$34,574.05

287345

DIR

Technology Services

Network Electronic Equipment for Hancock ES

M&S Technologies, Inc.

Lot

$39,180.96

287347

DIR

Technology Services

(4015) 3-Year Absolute DDS Mobile Standard

M D L Enterprise, Inc.

4015

$67,050.50

287351

DIR

Facilities & Construction

Science Classroom & Restroom Renovations at South Houston IS

Brown & Root Industrial

Lot

$192,826.00

287385

TCPN

Warehouse

Art Materials for Stock

Blick Art Materials

Lot

$12,633.90

287403

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Sullivan MS

Orchestra Instruments

Lisle Violin Shop

Lot

$21,711.00

287414

Bid #13-032 Board Approved 2/26/13

Sullivan MS

Band Equipment

Music and Arts Center

Lot

$104,261.00

287417

Bid #13-032 Board Approved 2/26/13

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Food Services

Food Service Supplies (Bags)

Ekon-O-Pac, LLC

Lot

$14,300.00

287430

TIPS

Food Services

Kitchen Equipment & Supplies for Miller IS

Kommercial Kitchens

Lot

$148,112.00

287432

ESC 5

Transportation

(10) Transit Vans and (2) Ford F-150 XLs

Chastang Ford

12

$286,821.00

287490

Buyboard

Textbooks

Student & Teacher Edition Textbooks

MPS

Lot

$14,837.63

287525

Sole Source

Sullivan MS

Band/Choir/Orchestra Furniture

Educator’s Depot, Inc.

Lot

$33,405.91

287526

ESC 5

Food Services

MealViewer Set-Up and Software Installation

MealViewer Digital Signage Systems

Lot

$214,210.00

287647

Buyboard

Rayburn HS

Drill Team Attire

Backstage Dancewear and Gifts

Lot

$10,461.00

287665

Student Funds

Leadership & Learning

English & Spanish Supplies

Lakeshore Learning Materials

Lot

$33,904.62

287746

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Leadership & Learning

Furniture for Various District Elementary Schools

Educator’s Depot

Lot

$117,851.92

287766

ESC 5

Student Services

RaaWee Truancy & Dropout Prevention System Enhancements & Changes

RaaWee, Inc.

Lot

$21,318.00

287820

RFP #16-002 Board Approved 10/29/15

Vocational

Health Science Careers Learning Management System

Paxton/Patterson

Lot

$32,400.00

287849

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

Facilities & Construction

Portable Building Renovations at Bailey ES

Brown & Root Industrial

Lot

$102,717.00

287885

TCPN

Sullivan MS

Science Department Start-Up Supplies

Flinn Scientific, Inc.

Lot

$23,356.14

287892

RFP #14-019 Board Approved 11/19/13

Red Bluff ES

Hallway Mural

Paintings By Kathy

Lot

$10,150.00

288044

RFP #14-039 Board Approved 6/24/14

Food Service

Cambro (Breakfast In The Classroom) Carts and Food Container Boxes for Various Campuses

Kommercial Kitchens

Lot

$19,978.29

288119

ESC 5

Technology Services

Cisco Phones & Licenses for Sullivan MS

Netsync Network Solutions

Lot

$42,447.60

288124

DIR

Technology Services

Cisco Phones & Licenses for Hancock ES

Netsync Network Solutions

Lot

$42,447.60

288125

DIR

Data Processing

Epson Projectors, Screens with Labor & Installation for Bondy IS

Procomputing Corporation

Lot

$12,410.00

288126

ESC 5

Data Processing

Projector and Mounts for Auditorium at SHHS

Troxell Communications, Inc.

Lot

$10,063.00

288129

ESC 5

Kendrick MS

Student Desks, Tables and Chairs

Gateway Printing & Office Supply

Lot

$29,155.00

288140

ESC 5

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Facilities & Construction

Science Room Renovations at South Houston IS

SBWV Architects, Inc.

Lot

$18,750.00

288152

Professional Service Board Approved 5/24/16

Data Processing

Maintenance Support Renewal (Benefits, New Hire, Payroll)

Intellias, Inc.

Lot

$20,546.46

288202

Sole Source

Data Processing

Website Hosting Package Renewal

Reliance Communications, LLC

Lot

$51,261.00

288211

RFP #13-021 Board Approved 2/26/13

Food Service

Food Equipment and Small Wares

Pasco Brokerage, Inc.

Lot

$12,081.90

288220

HCDE/CP

SHHS

Dance Uniforms

Custom Design

Lot

$18,999.00

288285

Bid #14-005 Board Approved 10/29/13

Accountability & Compliance

Medical Training Supplies

School Health Corporation

Lot

$16,402.98

288300

RFP #14-018 Board Approved 1/29/14

Technology Services

Dark Fiber Equipment

M&S Technologies, Inc.

Lot

$1,153,444.70

288336

DIR

Technology Services

Dark Fiber Equipment (Campus Switches)

M&S Technologies, Inc.

Lot

$2,743,427.20

288337

DIR

Gifted & Talented

Blanket Purchase Order for PSAT 8/9

College Board

Lot

$160,000.00

286312-BL

Sole Source Board Approved 5/24/16

Facilities & Construction

Blanket Purchase Order for District Wide Repairs (Modular Buildings)

Mobile Modular Management Corp.

Lot

$17,000.00

286374-BL

Buyboard

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Compartment Lunch Plates for Stock

Bioplanet Corp.

Lot

$20,875.00

286735-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Brawner Paper Company, Inc.

Lot

$164,287.00

286736-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Cleaning Products for Stock

Eagle Brush & Chemical, Inc.

Lot

$313,265.00

286741-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Edward Don & Company

Lot

$231,542.00

286744-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Highpoint Sanitary Supplies

Lot

$36,131.50

286745-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Child Nutrition/Custodial Supplies for Stock

Jake’s Finer Foods, Inc.

Lot

$206,845.00

286746-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Last Group

Lot

$20,349.00

286748-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Matera Paper Co., Ltd

Lot

$13,881.00

286750-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Olmsted-Kirk Paper Company

Lot

$32,968.00

286751-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Pollock Paper Distributors

Lot

$148,785.00

286752-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

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Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Ridley’s Vacuum & Janitorial

Lot

$142,120.56

286753-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Safeway Supply, Inc.

Lot

$241,260.00

286754-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Unipak Corporation

Lot

$85,600.00

286756-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Child Nutrition/Custodial Supplies for Stock

Wallace Packaging, LLC

Lot

$146,430.00

286757-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Maintenance

Blanket Purchase Order for District Grease Trap Service

Liquid Environmental Solutions

Lot

$26,000.00

287245-BL

RFP #16-008 Board Approved 11/17/15

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Clinical & Cleaning Supplies for Stock

Buckeye Cleaning Centers

Lot

$271,771.50

287406-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Genesis II, Inc.

Lot

$29,841.00

287408-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Custodial Supplies for Stock

Pyramid School Products

Lot

$56,124.50

287420-BL

Bid #16-018 Board Approved 5/24/16

Pasadena HS

Blanket Purchase Order for PECH Textbooks

Barnes & Noble, Inc.

Lot

$10,000.00

287512-BL

Bid #15-009 Board Approved 7/28/15

CTE HS

Blanket Purchase Order for Student T-Shirts

Fort Worth Running Company

Lot

$10,000.00

287961-BL

Bid #15-006 Board Approved 1/20/15

Purchasing

(2) Xerox D95 Copiers for Sullivan MS

Dahill

2

$20,458.08

286479-MY

Bid #12-024 Board Approved 6/26/12

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Group SelfFunded/Fully Insured Administrative Services Only (ASO), Stop Loss Reinsurance, and Prescription Benefit Manager (PBM), CSP #16-028

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in accordance with Texas Education Code 44.031. The purchasing office distributed RFPs to 12 companies and 10 companies responded. Contract dates will run from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 with four (4) one-year renewal options.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Approx. Annual Savings:  Aetna – ASO Fees $165,919  Aetna – IBNR $400,000  CVS/Caremark – $2,851,032

RECOMMENDATION:

We are recommending awards to the following companies who met the specifications:   

Medical ASO - Aetna PBM - CVS/Caremark (CVSC) Stop Loss – rejecting all proposals

CONTACT PERSON:

Keith Palmer John Piscacek Vonnie Conde

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and Changes for 2017

BACKGROUND:

The District’s Insurance Committee is charged with the responsibility of an on-going review and evaluation of our employee-related health insurance programs. This year we are recommending very little changes. We are recommending not to increase premiums for 2017 and to eliminate Plan I as an option. This plan has been costing the fund considerably more per employee per month (PEPM) vs the other three (3) plans. The members from Plan I will manage their claim cost more effectively in the three (3) remaining plans. The loss of higher Plan I premium contributions will be offset by lower claim costs incurred/paid on behalf of the transition.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Employee contributions and District budgeted funds should adequately fund the medical plans.

RECOMMENDATION:

Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the Committee’s recommendations not to increase premiums and to eliminate Plan I as an option.

CONTACT PERSON:

Keith Palmer John Piscacek Vonnie Conde

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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Possible

Approval

of

Benefit

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of T-TESS Teacher Appraisal Calendar 2016-2017 and Local Procedures.

BACKGROUND:

The teacher appraisal calendar and local procedures have been revised to include the dates for school year 2016-2017.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

N/A

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the 2016-2017 T-TESS Teacher Appraisal Calendar and Local Procedures.

CONTACT PERSON:

Keith Palmer Karen Hickman DeeAnn Powell

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

TEXAS TEACHER EVALUATION AND SUPPORT SYSTEM (T-TESS) 2016-2017 LOCAL PROCEDURES FOR APPROVED APPRAISERS, TEACHER RESPONSES/REBUTTALS, REQUESTS FOR SECOND APPRAISALS, AND OTHER LOCAL ISSUES APPROVED APPRAISERS All campus principals and assistant principals who have met all certification requirements to be a T-TESS appraiser are approved to serve as T-TESS appraisers. In addition, second appraisals may be performed by central office instructional support personnel who are T-TESS certified. These persons include executive directors, directors, assistant directors, instructional specialists, and coordinators. Classroom teachers who participated in T-TESS training may be used for staff development and as resource persons for other teachers, but will not be used as appraisers. LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES Teacher Orientation Sessions: Each campus is required to review T-TESS implementation procedures with all teachers prior to beginning the evaluation process. All teachers shall attend T-TESS orientation no later than the first three (3) weeks of school and at least two (2) weeks before the first observation when;

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the teacher is new to the district; the teacher has never been appraised under the T-TESS; or district policy regarding teacher appraisal has changed since the last time the teacher was provided a T-TESS orientation

Teacher orientation shall be conducted in a face-to-face setting during the district’s first year of T-TESS implementation and include all state and local appraisal policies and the local appraisal calendar. New teachers must receive T-TESS training within three (3) weeks of their start date. T-TESS orientation may include online materials in addition to a face-to-face training session. In addition to the orientation, campuses may hold other sessions allowing teachers to actively participate in a discussion of T-TESS specifics and to have their questions answered. Pre-conferences: (Goal Setting and Observation) All teachers in the first year of appraisal under the T-TESS or teachers new to the district must conference concerning their Goal-Setting and Professional Development Plan prior to the teacher submitting the plan to the teacher’s appraiser. After a teacher’s first year of appraisal under T-TESS within the district, an observation pre-conference must be conducted prior to announced observations. Goal-Setting and Professional Development Plan: The annual teacher appraisal shall include a completed and appraiser-approved Goal-Setting and Professional Development Plan. For teachers in the first year of appraisal under the T-TESS or teachers new to the district, the plan must be submitted to the teacher’s appraiser within the first six (6) weeks from the day of completion of the T-TESS orientation. Plans initially drafted in conjunction with the teacher’s end-of-year conference from the previous year and revised as needed for the current school year, shall be submitted to the teacher’s appraiser within the first six (6) weeks of instruction. The plan is maintained throughout the school year by the teacher to track progress of goals and professional development activities in the approved plan and is to be shared with the teacher’s appraiser prior to the end-of-year conference. The plan will be used after the end-of year conference in the determination of ratings for the goal setting and professional development dimensions of the T-TESS rubric. Cumulative Data: Any documentation that will influence the teacher’s summative annual appraisal report must be shared in writing with the teacher within ten (10) working days of the certified appraiser’s knowledge of the occurrence. The principal shall also be notified in writing of the cumulative data when the certified appraiser is not the teacher’s principal. Formal and Walk-Through Classroom Observations: Formal classroom observations must be at least 45-minutes in duration. This 45-minute period may be divided into shorter segments only with the mutual consent of both the teacher and the teacher's supervisor. Notice of at least two (2) working days will be given before any formal observations. A minimum of two (2) informal walk-throughs are required. No advance notice is required for informal walk-throughs. Observation Post Conferences: An observation post-conference shall be conducted within ten (10) working days after completion of an observation. The conference is diagnostic and prescriptive in nature. A written report of the rating of each dimension observed is presented to the teacher after a discussion of the areas for reinforcement and refinement. This can allow for, at the discretion of the appraiser, a revision to an area based on the postconference discussion. End-of-Year Conferences: A written summative annual appraisal report shall be provided to the teacher within ten (10) working days of the conclusion of the end-of year conference. The end-of-year conference shall; 

review the appraisal data collected throughout the school year

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examine and discuss evidence related to the teacher’s performance of Domain IV examine and discuss evidence related to the performance of the teacher’s students and, identifies potential goals and professional development activities for the teacher for the next year. be held no later than fifteen (15) working days before the last day of instruction for students.

Less Than Full Annual Appraisal (Waiver from Formal Observation): PISD Board Policy DNA (Local) establishes district requirements for less than annual appraisals. Except as otherwise provided by this subsection and described in PISD Board Policy DNA (Local), a full appraisal must be done each school year. A teacher may receive a full appraisal less frequently if the teacher requests in writing and the teacher’s most recent appraisal meets T-TESS or PISD requirements for less than annual evaluations. A teacher must receive a full appraisal at least once during each period of five (5) school years. To be eligible for less than annual evaluations under the T-TESS a teacher shall:      

Be employed on an educator term contract; Have received an Exceeds Expectations rating in six of the eight PDAS domains on the last three consecutive full PDAS appraisals, including ratings of Exceeds Expectations in all Domains I-IV; or A teacher’s most recent full appraisal resulted in the teacher receiving summative ratings of at least proficient on nine of the sixteen dimensions of T-TESS and did not identify any area of deficiency defined by a rating of Improvement Needed or the performance of the teacher’s students. Have been employed by the District as a teacher for the last two consecutive years. Eligibility for waiver does not guarantee appraisal approval of waiver for Less Than Full Annual Appraisal. After approving a waiver request, an appraiser may revoke the approval at any time for any reason as long as it is communicated in writing with the teacher. In a year in which a teacher does not receive a full appraisal due to meeting the requirements of T-TESS or PISD Board Policy, a teacher shall participate in the Goal-Setting and Professional Development Plan process and a modified end-of-year conference that addresses the progress on the Goal-Setting and Professional Development Plan, the performance of the teacher’s students, and the following year’s GoalSetting and Professional Development Plan. WRITTEN RESPONSES/REBUTTALS A teacher may submit a written response or rebuttal at the following times:

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for Domains I, II and III after receiving a written observation summary or any other written documentation related to the ratings of those three domains or for Domain IV and for the performance of the teacher’s students after receiving a written summative annual appraisal report. Any written response or rebuttal must be submitted within ten (10) working days of receiving a written observation summary, a written summative annual appraisal report, or any other written documentation associated with the teacher’s appraisal. REQUESTS FOR SECOND APPRAISALS A teacher may request a second appraisal by another certified appraiser from outside the teacher’s campus at the following times:

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for Domains I, II, and III after receiving a written observation summary with which the teacher disagrees; or for Domain IV and for the performance of the teacher’s students after receiving a written summative annual appraisal report with which the teacher disagrees.

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The second appraisal must be requested within ten (10) working days of receiving a written observation summary or a written summative annual appraisal report. The second appraiser shall make observations and walk-throughs as necessary to evaluate the dimensions in Domains I-III or shall review the Goal-Setting and Professional Development Plan for evidence of goal attainment and professional development activities. When applicable, cumulative data may also be used by the second appraiser to evaluate other dimensions. APPRAISAL PROCESS GRIEVANCES The Pasadena Independent School District has provided a written policy establishing a procedure for teachers to present grievances regarding the evaluation process. The purpose of this policy is to provide employees an orderly process for the prompt and equitable resolution of complaints. The Board of Education intends that, whenever feasible, complaints can be resolved at the lowest possible administrative level. The Board has the authority to review the educational judgment of an appraiser regarding denial of credit and may award credit only if the appraiser's educational judgment was clearly erroneous or an abuse of discretion. Teachers may refer to Board policies DGBA (LEGAL) and DGBA (LOCAL) concerning employee complaints to address grievances related to the appraisal process.

2016-2017 APPRAISAL CALENDAR TEXAS TEACHER EVALUATION AND SUPPORT SYSTEM (T-TESS) PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT September 2, 2016 Deadline for T-TESS face-to-face teacher orientation for all teachers new to the district or that have never been appraised under the T-TESS. All teachers will receive face-to-face orientation during the district’s first year of implementation. If a teacher has a later start date, the teacher must receive T-TESS orientation within three (3) weeks of their start date. T-TESS orientation may include online materials in addition to face-to-face training session. September 19, 2016 Due date for Teacher Request for Waiver from Formal Observation Formal classroom observations may begin for teachers that have completed T-TESS orientation. Notice of at least two (2) working days will be given before any formal observations. Walk-throughs and other documentation possibly impacting a teacher’s appraisal may be conducted at any time during the school year. After a teacher’s first year of appraisal under T-TESS within the district, an observation pre-conference shall be conducted prior to announced observations. Observations may not be conducted on the days immediately before or after school holidays, days scheduled for end-of-semester or end-of-year exams, or days scheduled for state-mandated or other standardized tests. These dates include but are not limited to: November 18, 28; December 15-16; January 4; March 10, 20; April 13, 18; and May 26-June 1 An observation post-conference shall be conducted within ten (10) working days after completion of an observation. The conference is diagnostic and prescriptive in nature. A written report of the rating of each dimension observed is presented to the teacher after a discussion of the areas for reinforcement and refinement. This can allow for, at the discretion of the appraiser, a revision to an area based on the postconference discussion. The teacher may request a second appraisal by another appraiser within (10) working days of receiving a written observation summary or written summative annual appraisal report in which the teacher disagrees.

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April 25, 2017 Deadline for End-of-Year conference. A written summative annual appraisal report shall be provided to the teacher within ten (10) working days of the conclusion at the end of year conference but no later than 15 working days before the last day of instruction. May 9, 2017 Deadline for written summative annual appraisal report. A written summative annual appraisal report shall be provided to the teacher within ten (10) working days of the conclusion at the end of year conference but no later than 15 working days before the last day of instruction.

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SUBJECT:

Certified Personnel

BACKGROUND:

The information below reflects action on Certified Personnel for the 2016-2017 school year

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

N/A

RECOMMENDATION:

Recommendation to approve New Hires for Certified Personnel for the 2016-2017 school year.

CONTACT PERSON:

Keith Palmer

BOARD DATE:

July 26, 2016 2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel 

Last Name

First Name

Asbeck Allen Blanco Channon Heard Lea Gonzalez Wilks Emler Viverette

Sandi Courtney Jennifer John Karen David Erika Diahana Kristi Brandy

Borger

Jennifer

Gomez

Desiree

Nowicki

Misty

Harrel Stanley

Kathlyn Tara

Location Atkinson Elem Bailey Elem Bailey Elem Bondy Int Bondy Int Bondy Int Burnett Elem Burnett Elem Bush Elem Bush Elem

Nurse Music Bilingual 3rd Grade Art SpEd Lifeskills Asst. Band Director Bilingual 3rd Grade SpEd Able Kindergarten SpEd Generic  Resource Career & Tech  English High Career & Tech  Health Science High Career & Tech  Health Science  High Teacher DeZavala Art DeZavala 5th Grade

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0 1 pending 0 0 0 2 pending 9 pending 9 pending 3 pending 3 pending

Board  Date 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

9 pending

07/26/16

0

07/26/16

4 pending

07/26/16

6 0

07/26/16 07/26/16

Position

Exp

2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name

First Name

Location

Fults

Williams

Dobie High

Hall Prindle Wenzel Wernig Arnold Bates Duran Escobar Hooper Perez Steinmann Dawson Aguilar‐Romero Gonzalez Lawler Dunagan Canright

Chastity Christine Voy Nathan Melissa Rachel Suzanne Maite Amanda Patricia Emily Sheila Claudia Leticia Ashley Katie Bradley

De Leon

Janet

Medina

Veronica

Trejo

Erica

Pevoto

Kimberly

Dobie High Dobie High Dobie High Dobie High Fisher Elem Fisher Elem Fisher Elem Fisher Elem Frazier Elem Frazier Elem Frazier Elem Gardens Elem Garfield Elem Garfield Elem Garfield Elem Genoa Elem Golden Acres  Elem Golden Acres  Elem Golden Acres  Elem Golden Acres  Elem Homebound

Gill Hyde Rowell Stone Zant Beasley

Angela Shannon Clayton Whitney Dodie Tracy

Jackson Int Jackson Int Jackson Int Jackson Int Jackson Int Jensen Elem

10 pending

Board  Date 07/26/16

16 pending 2 pending 20 pending 3 pending 10 pending 0 0 2 pending 1 pending 24 pending 2 2 pending 8 13 pending 10 pending 0 3 pending

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

Position Theater Arts  Teacher Math Orch Asst. Director SpEd (Inclusion) Theater Arts 2nd Grade 4th Grade SpEd (Res) Bilingual 1st Grade Pre‐Kindergarten 3rd Grade SpEd Able 2nd Grade PE Bilingual 2nd Grade Pre‐Kindergarten 1st Grade 4th Grade

Exp

Bilingual 2nd Grade 3 pending

07/26/16

3rd Grade

0

07/26/16

Bilingual 4th Grade 0

07/26/16

Homebound  Teacher SpEd Generic Social Studies English Social Studies Reading SpEd BSS

8 pending

07/26/16

0 0 0 0 0 13 pending

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

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2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name

First Name

Banogon Sciarpelletti Benner Medlin

Kathline Laura Courtney Stacia

Rivera

Monique

Sattaur

Maria

Austin Cowardin Estrada Falcon Moes Moreno Rangel Taillac Vargas Brown Covell Franklin Milam Ragan Bilbao Dukes

Sarah Elizabeth Laura Sarai Milah Karina Areli Marguerite Raquel Katie Christina Tonya Chae Martha Fermina  Milagro Megan

Gaw

Arianna

McKown

Lauren

Giberson Mora Martinez

Jacob Yesenia Alicia

Location

Position

Jessup Elem 2nd Grade Jessup Elem 3rd Grade Keller Middle 5th Grade Kendrick  SpEd Generic  Middle Resource Kendrick  Technology Teacher Middle Kendrick  5th Grade Middle Kruse Elem 1st Grade Kruse Elem SpEd Lifeskills Kruse Elem Bilingual 2nd Grade Kruse Elem Bilingual 3rd Grade Kruse Elem 3rd Grade Kruse Elem Bilingual 4th Grade Kruse Elem Bilingual 4th Grade Kruse Elem 3rd Grade Kruse Elem 2nd Grade L. F. Smith Elem Kindergarten L. F. Smith Elem Pre‐Kinder Lomax Middle ELAR Lomax Middle Science 5th Lomax Middle Bilingual 6th Grade Mae Smythe  SpEd Gen Res Elem Mae Smythe  3rd Grade Elem Mae Smythe  1st Grade Elem Mae Smythe  4th Grade Elem Matthys Elem 3rd Grade Matthys Elem Bilingual 4th Grade McMasters  Bilingual Pre‐K Elem

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Exp 1 pending 0 1 0

Board  Date 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

2 aide

07/26/16

0 24 pending 2‐aide 0 0 6 0 2 pending 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

0

07/26/16

0

07/26/16

0

07/26/16

0 0 0

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name

First Name

Martinez‐Macario Shahin Irwin Skipper Konzelman Wilson Bell Davidiuk Liggio Borski

Erika Celeste Kristin Julie Tawayna Monica Shannon Christin

Harris

Michael

Jolivet

Amanda

Jones

Carisa

Jordan

Dreux

Leal

Xavier

Davila Bogucki Garza Galvan Basco Caballero Ferguson Flynn Gieseke Idichandy Lindsey Perkins Soliz

Laura Shelby Monica Patricia Broderick Nicholas Chris Miller Samuel Mathew Quincy Sha'Kenya Angela

Nurse

0

Board  Date 07/26/16

Nurse Nurse SpEd Generic Res 6th Grade Math Math Life Science 7th ESL/Reading PE

pending 0 0 0 13 pending 0 14 pending 2 Aide

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

Social Studies

5 pending

07/26/16

5th Grade

0

07/26/16

5th Grade

4 pending

07/26/16

SpEd Lifeskills

0

07/26/16

Bilingual 5th Grade 0

07/26/16

4th Grade Orchestra Asst. Dir. ELAR Bilingual 4th Grade Earth Science Math Math Speech Math SIOP Biology SpEd BSS English Test Coord

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

Location McMasters  Elem Meador Elem Meador Elem Melillo Middle Melillo Middle Miller Int Miller Int Miller Int Milstead  Middle Milstead  Middle Milstead  Middle Milstead  Middle Milstead  Middle Milstead  Middle Morales Elem Morris Middle Morris Middle Parks Elem Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High

Position

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Exp

0 0 0 13 pending 0 0 5 pending 11 pending 0 13 pending 0 10 + 4  pending

2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name

First Name

Wilson Adams

Jeffery Jere'

Maxwell

Pamela

Morrell

Brandon

New

Kimberly

New

Richard

Reed Hamrick Hester Fears Lee Oronoz Quigg Velasquez Woitena Barajas

Molly Clipper Theresa Suzette Tiffany Zuleima Whitley Jacquelyn Heather Lanna

Beltran

Eduardo

Clark

Rebecca

Doskocil

Timothy

Espinoza

Robert

Flores

Christina

Loginov

Sasha

Lynch

Terry

History 1 pending CTE Fam & Cons Sci 0

Board  Date 07/26/16 07/26/16

Psychology

9

07/26/16

SpEd Resource

4 pending

07/26/16

CTE Horticulture

15 pending

07/26/16

CTE Ag Technology 17 pending

07/26/16

SpEd Able Choral Asst. Dir. SpEd (Generic) Music 2nd Grade Bilingual Pre‐K 1st Grade 1st Grade SpEd Lifeskills  Technology Fac.

0 0 11 12 pending 4 8 pending 0 4 0 7 pending

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

Sports Medicine

4 pending

07/26/16

Chemistry

0

07/26/16

SpEd Omega

7 pending

07/26/16

Location Pasadena High P. Memorial  High P. Memorial  High P. Memorial  High P. Memorial  High P. Memorial  High Pearl Hall Elem Queens Int Queens Int Red Bluff Elem Red Bluff Elem Red Bluff Elem Red Bluff Elem Red Bluff Elem Richey Elem Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High

Position

Exp

Physical Education 0

07/26/16

Chemistry

0

07/26/16

Art

0

07/26/16

English

22 pending

07/26/16

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2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name

First Name

Mata

Marcus

St. John

Nishi

Baker Martinez Pagel Smith

Billie Marysol Danielle Sonya

Van Lengen Wilson Jones

Thomas Brianna Trey

Morrow

Jennifer

Pond (Scott)

Whitney

Rhodes

Willie

Rodriguez

Erica

Gunter Mascardo Zink Zoubi Reliford Morris

Tiffany Melody Melissa Khida Roneasha Jessica

Paz

Chloe

Zabarah

Sharouq

Dockall

Meredith

Gomez

Kristen

Geography

0

Board  Date 07/26/16

Tech Ed/Ind Arts

0

07/26/16

9 0 0 17 pending

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

9 pending 0 0

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

1 pending

07/26/16

0

07/26/16

1 pending

07/26/16

7 pending

07/26/16

8 pending 1 pending 2 pending 3 0 0

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

0

07/26/16

0

07/26/16

22 pending

07/26/16

0

07/26/16

Location Sam Rayburn  High Sam Rayburn  High San Jacinto Int San Jacinto Int San Jacinto Int San Jacinto Int

Position

Math Math Math English/Language  Arts San Jacinto Int Orchestra Dir San Jacinto Int English/Lang Arts Schneider  Social Studies Middle Schneider  5th Grade Middle Schneider  5th Grade Middle Schneider  Math 6th Grade Middle Schneider  Bilingual 5th Grade Middle Shaw Middle 5th Grade Shaw Middle Science (6th) Shaw Middle ELAR Shaw Middle Math (6th) So Belt Elem SpEd Generic Res So Houston  1st Grade Elem So Houston  2nd Grade Elem So Houston  Kindergarten Elem So Houston  Special Ed (Res) High So Houston  SpEd (OMEGA) High

144

Exp

2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name

First Name

SpEd (Inclusion)

0

Board  Date 07/26/16

Social Studies Earth Science Bilingual 4th Grade Bilingual Pre‐K Math Math Health Health Biingual 3rd Speech Lang Path

1 +4pending 0 1 aide 4 pending 0 0 1 aide 6 pending 13 pending 0

07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

Speech Lang Path

0

07/26/16

Speech Lang Path

0

07/26/16

Location

Position

Moreno

Yvette

Auces Guerra Faz Stiemann Barboza Bavda Grabowski Holmes Davis Luviano‐Perez Actkinson

Francisco Cludia Lorena Olga Sabrina Chaulladevi Matthew Krystle Gisela Emily

Bracey

Kisa

Miller

Eric

Cowan Delarosa

Ana Donna

So Houston  High So Houston Int So Houston Int So Shaver Elem So Shaver Elem Southmore Int Southmore Int Southmore Int Southmore Int Sparks Elemy Special  Programs Special  Programs Special  Programs Sullivan Middle Sullivan Middle

Guerra‐Watson Jacobo Phillips

Barbara Louis Kristen

Sullivan Middle Sullivan Middle Sullivan Middle

Vetter Chargois Wood Cousins Garcia III Farina Russell Ryan Abel

Tonya Kirk Kevin Katrina Luis Rachel Kayla Lori Shannon

Cortese

Kristin

Sullivan Middle Summit High Summit High Summit Int Summit Int Teague Elem Teague Elem Teague Elem Tegeler Career  Cntr Thompson Int SpEd Gen Res

Exp

Bilingual 5th Grade 8 pending SpEd Lifeskills 2 (a)  pending Bilingual 5th Grade 0 Bilingual 6th Grade 0 5th Grade 2 +1  pending 5th Grade 9 pending History 3 pending Math 3 pending 5th Grade 7 pending Character Dev 3 pending Kindergarten 4 pending 1st Grade 0 2nd Grade 8 pending Math 10

07/26/16 07/26/16

1 pending

07/26/16

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07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

2016 ‐ 2017 Approved Personnel  Last Name Hawkinson McMullin Peterson Tang

First Name Dora Kandace Ryan Stefanie

Location Thompson Int Thompson Int Thompson Int Thompson Int

Position Earth Science Earth Science History Reading

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Exp 0 0 6 pending 0

Board  Date 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16 07/26/16

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of the Interlocal Agreement Between the Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Community Youth Services to Provide a Youth Service Specialist for the Summit

BACKGROUND:

Community Youth Services (CYS) is a program provided by Harris County Protective Services for Children and Adults. CYS will provide a Youth Service Specialist to work with students assigned to the Summit. The role of the specialist is to facilitate the successful transition of Summit students returning to their home campuses. A caseload of students in grades 8 - 12 that do not have a history of success at their home campus will be created. The specialist will establish a positive relationship with students while at the Summit and follow them back to their home campuses to coordinate transitional services. Grades and attendance will be monitored, and students will be referred to established social services on campus and in the community. The specialist will also conduct home visits and assist in reducing truancy of students returning to their home campus. In addition, the specialist will act as a liaison between the school district, community, and courts. These students will also be able to access the large array of social services offered by CYS, including job development programs and counseling for individuals and families. An interlocal agreement has been created to establish the contractual obligations of the Summit and Harris County. The Summit will pay half of the annual salary of the Youth Service Specialist and provide confidential office space and appropriate demographic information on each student referred for intervention.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The total cost of services, $38,374.96 is included in the 2016-2017 budget for the Summit.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the 2016-2017 Interlocal Agreement between the Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Community Youth Services to provide a Youth Service Specialist for the Summit.

CONTACT PERSON:

Robert De Wolfe Angela Stallings

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Agreement Between Pasadena Independent School District and Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation for Kruse School Based Health Center Housed on Kruse Elementary School Property

BACKGROUND:

In 2013, the PISD Board approved a cooperative agreement with Memorial Hermann Healthcare System to establish a School Based Health Center on the Kruse Elementary property. Services began August, 2014 for students at Kruse Elementary, Richey Elementary, Gardens Elementary, De Zavala Middle School, Jackson Intermediate and Pasadena High School. The primary focus has been uninsured, underinsured, or Medicaid students. Memorial Hermann has provided all professional staff, equipment and supplies, while PISD has provided the facility, utilities, housekeeping services (with the exception of biochemical waste disposal) and maintenance. The Kruse School Based Health Center has provided prevention and screening, physicals, immunizations, treatment of minor acute illness and injury, some chronic care, referral and follow-up, laboratory testing, prescribed pharmaceuticals associated with the visit, health education, nutritional counseling, individual and group counseling, case management, and expert medical consultation at no cost to students or families. Center staff consists of a nurse practitioner and a licensed vocational nurse with medical supervision from Memorial Hermann. A licensed clinical social worker, part-time dietitian, parttime navigator and receptionist complete the staff. Mobile dental services including screenings, cleanings, fillings, sealants, simple extractions, and education are also provided. A mobile dental van with equipment and supplies is staffed by a dentist, dental hygienist, and dental assistant.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the agreement between the Pasadena Independent School District and Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation to continue the Kruse School Based Health Center

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housed on the Kruse Elementary School property. The term of the agreement is August 1, 2016 through July 31, 2017. CONTACT PERSON:

April Weisedel Darla Massey-Jones

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Agreements Between Pasadena Independent School District and University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston for a School Based Student Nursing Clinical Rotation

BACKGROUND:

Nursing students enrolled in a college program are required to obtain clinical hours in the area of community health services. Public School Nurses have historically served as clinical preceptors to Nursing Students for this rotation. The objective of this clinical experience includes application of core professional values such as health promotion, prevention of illness injury partnership and respect for the healthy environment. Nursing students may also examine the impact of socioeconomic status and culture on lifestyle, health of the community and healthcare access. Student nurses will also have the opportunity to perform community assessments for a target population and integrate those findings in the delivery of care to the target population.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

No additional costs

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the agreements between Pasadena Independent School District and University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

CONTACT PERSON:

April Weisedel, RN Darla Massey

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Agreement Between Pasadena Independent School District and Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation for W.A.V.E. School Based Health Center Housed on Matthys Elementary School Campus

BACKGROUND:

In 1995, the PISD Board approved a cooperative agreement with Memorial Hermann Healthcare System to establish the W.A.V.E. School Based Health Center on the Matthys Elementary campus. Full services began on January 1, 1996 for students enrolled at Matthys Elementary and South Houston Intermediate, and limited services were later extended to students at South Houston Elementary. By 1998, students at South Houston Elementary were eligible to receive full services. As per the original agreement, Memorial Hermann has provided all professional staff, equipment and supplies, while PISD has provided the facility, utilities, housekeeping services (with the exception of biochemical waste disposal) and maintenance. Since 1996, the W.A.V.E. Health Center has provided professional staff, prevention and screening, physicals, immunizations, treatment of minor acute illness and injury, some chronic care, referral and follow-up, laboratory testing, prescribed pharmaceuticals associated with the visit, health education, nutritional counseling, individual and group counseling, case management, and expert medical consultation at no cost to students or families. Center staff consists of a nurse practitioner and a licensed vocational nurse with medical supervision from Memorial Hermann. A licensed clinical social worker, part-time dietitian, parttime navigator and receptionist complete the staff. During the spring of 2000, mobile dental services were added. Dental services include screenings, cleanings, fillings, sealants, simple extractions and education. All costs for the mobile dental van, equipment, supplies and professional staff, including a dentist, dental hygienist and dental assistant, have been paid by Memorial Hermann. The dental van is at the W.A.V.E. Health Center site for a month at a time for approximately four months per year. As part of the school district’s continuing partnership with Memorial

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Hermann, the PISD Board approved a contract in the amount of $68,435 for the construction of a hard surface parking pad for the dental van and a twelve vehicle parent parking lot adjacent to the health center on the Matthys campus. The parking lot is for the exclusive use of the mobile dental van and parents transporting students to the W.A.V.E. Center for medical and/or dental services. Students at L.F. Smith Elementary became eligible for medical services at the W.A.V.E. Health Center in 2001-2002. Due to staffing, facility and financial constraints, L.F. Smith students were not eligible for mobile dental services at that time, but they did become eligible for dental services in 2007-2008. When Schneider Middle School opened in 2006-2007, all students became eligible for W.A.V.E. Health Center medical services. In 2008-2009, the W.A.V.E. Clinic operation expanded into two adjacent classrooms in order to enhance services to eligible PISD students. Students at Jessup Elementary became eligible for medical services at the W.A.V.E. Health Center in 2010-2011. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the agreement between the Pasadena Independent School District and Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Corporation to continue the W.A.V.E. School Based Health Center housed on the Matthys Elementary School campus. The term of the agreement is August 1, 2016 through July 31, 2017.

CONTACT PERSON:

April Weisedel Darla Massey-Jones

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Revised ADA Snapshot Time for Selected Pasadena Early College High School Students in Grade 11 and 12

BACKGROUND:

The 2016-2017 school year marks Year 6 of the Pasadena Early College High School (PECHS) implementation. Students in the Junior and Senior level cohort (11th and 12th grade students) will attend college classes on the San Jacinto College District (SJCD) campus. These students’ classes are offered based on the SJCD class schedule requiring them to be away from the PECHS campus at the designated 9:30 a.m. ADA snapshot time. The Student Attendance Accounting Handbook requires a local school board to adopt a policy for an alternate attendance-taking time for any student not assigned to a class at the district’s official ADA snapshot time. In order to comply with state requirements for ADA funding, PECHS needs to set 8:00 a.m. as the designated ADA snapshot time for identified Junior and Senior level students (see attached list) that will not be present on the Pasadena High School campus at 9:30 a.m. This alternate attendance-taking time may not be used for any student who is scheduled to be on campus during the regular attendance-taking time.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the revised ADA snapshot time for selected Pasadena Early College High School Students in Grade 11 and 12.

CONTACT PERSON:

Aldo Prado Joe Saavedra Jamie Burt Joyce Boyd Barbara Fuqua Steve Fullen

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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Pasadena HS Early College 2016-2017

Student Name ALCARAZ, JAZMIN ALLEN, JOSSELYN E ALVARADO, KEVIN D ARREDONDO, VERONICA BARAJAS, MARIA G BAUTISTA, FRANCISCO J BELMARES, ALEXIS BENAVIDES, JESSICA BERLANGA, HOMERO BETANCOURT, SULIFLOR CARREON, NICOLAS X CARROLL, ANGELICA C CASTILLO, BRYAN CASTILLO, DEZEREE M CASTILLO, FRANK CHAVARRIA, XZAVIER S CONKLIN, HALEIGH K CONTRERAS, DAVID A COTTO, LILLIANA N CUX, ANA M ELIZONDO, ANA D ESCALERA, ARMANDO FIGUEROA, ELIZABETH FLORES, MARIA L GARZA, ERIKA GARZA, JENNIFER GOMEZ, BLAS Jr. GOMEZ, MAURICIO M GONZALEZ, CASSANDRA D GONZALEZ, MARLENE GONZALEZ, RUBY A GUERRERO, BIANCA HERNANDEZ, VALISSA A ITZEPMALDONADO , EDRIC R JUAREZ ALONSO, CECILIA KING, ALEXA M LARA, NINA M MARTINEZ, JAQUELIN MENDEZ, KARLA M MUNOZ, ANAHI NAJERA, JORGE A Jr. NOLASCO DIAZ, ANDREA J ORTA, CHARU PACHECO, SOFIA N

Yr of Graduation 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017

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Pasadena HS Early College 2016-2017

Student Name PEREZ, KAESSA T PINEDA, JULIA A QUINTERO, MARIA D RAMOS, ALEJANDRO E RESENDEZ, VANESSA REYES, LIZETH ROBLES, JUAN C RODRIGUEZ, CLAUDIA E RODRIGUEZ, PABLO ROSAS, ADRIAN M ROSAS, JUAN M RUELAS, JENNIFER URRUTIA, DESREE C VAZQUEZ, CRYSTAL VENEGAS, ROLANDO G ALANIZ, JOSEPH J ALVAREZ, MELISSA ARITA, RAUL A CANO, ALEXSANDRIA C CAVAZOS, DIANA I CHAVEZ, ASHLEY L DEAQUINO, ARTURO DURAN, ISABELL FRANCO, MATTHEW A FRIAS, ANGEL M GONZALEZ, JOCELYNN GONZALEZ, MICHELLE LIBBY, SPENCER G LOPEZ, RUBEN A MACIAS TIJERO, VALERIA S MEDELLIN, MARISA MENCHACA, JOSE A Jr. MERCADO, DAISY MERCADO, JORGE A MORAN, MARLENE X NACIANCENO , ALINA A NAVARRO, ISMAEL E OLVERA RODRIGUEZ, OSCAR A PEREZ LAGUNA, ARTURO PEREZ, ALEXA J PEREZ, ANGEL F PEREZ, CARMEN E RAMOS OJEDA, ANGEL I SALAS, ANA N

Yr of Graduation 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018

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Pasadena HS Early College 2016-2017

Student Name SALAZAR, JENNIFER S SAUCEDO, JENNIFER SEGURA, XAVIER TORRES, ALEJANDRO M TREVINO, HELIOS I VASQUEZ, ALFREDO J ZAVALA, VALENTIN R

Yr of Graduation 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018

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SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of a Peer Facilitator (PF) appraisal instrument for implementation during the 2016-2017 school year.

BACKGROUND:

A team of peer facilitators and districts instructional specialists representing the elementary, middle school, and intermediate levels worked collaboratively to draft a new appraisal instrument to be used for providing annual feedback to all district peer facilitators. The team based their work on the peer facilitator job description and structured the instrument after the format of the Texas Teacher Evaluation and Support System (T-TESS). The PF appraisal draft was sent to campus principals, assistant principals, and peer facilitators for feedback. Responses were reviewed and adjustments were made to the draft. If approved by the board, the new PF appraisal instrument will be implemented during the 2016-2017 school year.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of a Peer Facilitator (PF) appraisal instrument for implementation during the 20162017 school year.

CONTACT PERSON:

Karen Hickman Gloria Gallegos Scott Harrell

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

157

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Partnership between the Pasadena Independent School District and The City of Houston, Texas acting by and through its Houston Department of Health and Human Services (HDHHS) Bureau of Oral Health for implementation of Project Saving Smiles (PSS)

BACKGROUND:

Houston Department of Health and Human Services Bureau of Oral Health seeks to reduce the prevalence of dental caries/decay in low-income children in Harris County and decrease school absences due to oral health problems by providing preventive care in the form of oral health education, oral health assessments, fluoride varnish applications, referrals, and patient navigation as needed. Eligible students at participating campuses receive preventive dental services, dental screenings, fluoride varnish, dental sealants for cavity-free posterior teeth and oral health education. The program serves second grade students in schools with fifty percent (50%) or more of its students on the Free and Reduced lunch program. Parental consent is required prior to student participation.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the Partnership between Pasadena Independent School District and Houston Department of Health and Human Services (HDHHS) Bureau of Oral Health for implementation of Project Saving Smiles (PSS).

CONTACT PERSON:

April Weisedel Darla Massey-Jones

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

158

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Partnership between the Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services (HCPHES) for implementation of Super Smile Saver Program

BACKGROUND:

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services seeks to reduce the prevalence of dental caries in Harris County by providing preventive care in the form of oral health education, oral health assessments, fluoride varnish applications, referrals, and patient navigation as needed. Through the 1115 Medicaid Waiver, also referred to as the “DSRIP” Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments, HCPHES received a grant that focuses on access to preventive dental care for underserved populations. Between the dates of October 1, 2016 and September 31, 2018, eligible students at participating campuses will receive preventive dental services, including oral health education, dental assessments, fluoride varnish applications, and referrals as needed. Through the utilization of the HCPHES mobile clinic, on site services will focus primarily on Prekindergarten and Kindergarten students at participating campuses. Parental consent will be required prior to student participation.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the Partnership between Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services (HCPHES) for implementation of Super Smile Saver Program.

CONTACT PERSON:

April Weisedel Darla Massey-Jones

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

159

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of the Application for General TEA Waivers for early release and the State Teacher Data Portal System for the 2016-17 school year.

BACKGROUND:

Early Release – Our 2016-17 district calendar calls for four (4) early release days. The early release days will be utilized for teacher planning/collaboration and staff development. Teacher Data Portal of the Texas Assessment Management System Waiver - the State allows school districts to apply for a waiver of participation in the teacher portal component of the Texas Assessment Management System if the district can provide assurance that the local teacher data portal meets the statutory requirements outlined in TEC32.258. Our AWARE, Chancery, and Mizuni data management systems all meet the requirements of the State and all three are utilized by our teachers, campus and district administrators, and support staff to access testing and other important student data.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the Application for General TEA Waivers for early release, participation in the State Teacher Data Portal System for the 2016-17 school year.

CONTACT PERSON:

Karen Hickman

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

160

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of a sole source purchase of district site license for Algebraic Reasoning by Cosenza and Associates for high school algebraic reasoning course.

BACKGROUND:

Algebraic Reasoning by Cosenza is an online textbook that provides mathematics instruction, assessment and intervention for students enrolled in the new Algebraic Reasoning course. The Algebraic Reasoning online resource will provide teachers with lessons that are inquiry-focused based on a compacted 5E Instructional model. The ancillary materials included with the purchase include editable test item banks to check for understanding as well as instructional videos to support student learning. This purchase will provide district personnel explicit permission to embed the resources in any learning management system (LMS) employed by PISD without the need to manage access codes. The purchase will provide PISD a 9 year site license to use the Algebraic Reasoning digital materials.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Sole Source purchase in the amount of $59,940.00 paid with local and IMA funds from this fiscal year.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of a sole source purchase of district site license for Algebraic Reasoning by Cosenza and Associates for high school algebraic reasoning course.

CONTACT PERSON:

Karen Hickman, Toni Lopez, Sondra Cano

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

161

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Advise TX Contract and MOU Agreement for 2016-2017

BACKGROUND:

The Advise TX program, supported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) and the College Advising Corps (CAC), seeks to increase the number of low-income, first-generation and underrepresented students entering and completing post-secondary education. This mission is being accomplished by placing exceptional recent college graduates from all fields of study on high school campuses as near-peer College Advisers. This program has been a positive addition to the college readiness efforts within Pasadena High School and Sam Rayburn High School since the 2011-2012 school year. During this time, Pasadena ISD has developed a positive partnership with the Texas A&M chapter of the Advise TX CAC and has fully supported and acknowledged that the main goals of the Advise TX CAC are to collaborate with high school staff and other college readiness programs to enhance the high school’s college going culture, and to increase the number of students who are pursuing higher education. THECB and CAC recently received approval to add two additional adviser positions within the greater Houston area and are requesting that placement of both new advisers be in Pasadena ISD high schools, specifically South Houston High School and Pasadena Memorial High School.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

$20,000 from local funds in Academic Achievement FY2017 budget ($10,000 per high school campus to support employment and training of adviser, and/or provide supplies for the program)

RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of Advise TX Contract and MOU Agreement for 2016-2017

CONTACT PERSON:

Dr. Karen Hickman Karen McCarley

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

162

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of renewal for Gartner Inc.’s CIO Essentials one year service agreement.

BACKGROUND:

Gartner Inc. is an industry icon in technology research. Gartner works with 900+ education organizations and over 60,000 clients in 12,000 organizations worldwide. Gartner has globally recognized subject matter experts that could provide research and insight to streamline our efforts and quickly identify industry best practices. Gartner is an ideal source of research, performance metrics, and technology ratings for several of our Technology projects such as Data Center re-location, technology aspect of Personalized Learning, Cloud Computing, and Disaster Recover. Included in the services agreement is: Gartner for IT Executives, IT News & Insights for three Technology Services staff, tool kits, templates, RFP studies, contract reviews, pod casts, videos, workshops, research library and access to world class technology analysts.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The cost of $51,015.08 will be funded with current budget and uses DIR Contract DIR-TSO-2531.

RECOMMENDATION:

Recommend that the Board authorize renewal for Gartner Inc.’s CIO Essentials one year service agreement.

CONTACT PERSON:

Steve Wentz Karen Hickman

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

163

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of a sole source purchase of Waterford Early Learning® Reading Curriculum (Grades PK-2) from Waterford Research Institute for the 2016-2017 school year.

BACKGROUND:

Waterford is a research based reading instructional software utilized with general education and intervention students on campuses across the district. Waterford has been used several years, and has been very effective. This purchase will allow use for all students in intervention in grades PK-2 in English. A Spanish version is not available at this time. The program targets early literacy and math skills and will provide a significant boost to the resources available to teachers at these grades.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

$90,000 from Instructional Materials Allotment (IMA) funds

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of a sole source purchase of Waterford Early Learning® Reading Curriculum (grades PK-2) from Waterford Research Institute for the 20162017 school year

CONTACT PERSON:

Karen Hickman Marsha Jones

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

164

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of Multiple Grant Awards and Grant-Funded Positions

BACKGROUND:

Mental Health America Pasadena ISD has been awarded a grant in the amount of $40,000 for the 2016-17 school year. The grant is funded by Mental Health America and will improve Pasadena ISD’s existing school behavioral health framework through the Enhancing PBIS with Trauma-Informed Care (EPTIC) project. The project will (1) increase the number of secondary teachers trained in behavioral health strategies, such as Youth Mental Health First Aid and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports; (2) certify 25 district staff as Level 1 Trauma instructors; and (3) contract with Licensed Professional Counselor-Interns to conduct individual trauma therapy and school-based counselors to provide group counseling sessions. The EPTIC project will serve approximately 2,295 participants. 2016-2017 Texas 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Cycle 8, Yr. 4 Pasadena ISD has been awarded a 21st Century Learning Centers grant in the amount of $1,803,250 from the Texas Education Agency. The grant will provide academic enrichment, fine arts professional services, college and career awareness activities, nutrition/physical education classes, and family engagement activities. Participating schools are: Sam Rayburn and Dobie High Schools, Park View, San Jacinto, Jackson and Miller Intermediate Schools, Mae Smythe and Pomeroy Elementary Schools, and The Summit. 2016-2017 Texas 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Cycle 9, Year 1 Pasadena ISD has been awarded a Texas 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Grant in the amount of $1,800,000. The purpose of the grant is to allow Pasadena ISD to create community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities for children, particularly students who attend high-need, high-poverty, low-performing schools, to meet state and local student standards in the core academic subjects. The 21st Century funds will create and expand afterschool programs that offer extended learning

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opportunities for children and their families. Participating schools are: South Shaver, Richey, Pearl Hall, Parks, McMasters, Jessup and Gardens Elementary Schools, Keller and Milstead Middle Schools, and Queens Intermediate School. Additionally, board approval is requested for hiring the following positions to support the activities required to meet the goals and objectives of the Cycle 9, Year 1 grant: Positions 21 Century Coordinator (1) Campus-based Site Coordinator (10) 21st Century Family Engagement Specialist (1) 21st CCLC Grant Secretary (50% funded from the Texas 21st CCLC, Cycle 8 grant) st

Classification A02 E04

Days 240 225

A01

205

C04

225

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None – all positions are grant-funded.

RECOMMENDATION:

Pasadena ISD Administration recommends the acceptance of the $3,643,250 in grant dollars and approval of the grant-funded positions.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Gloria Gallegos, Rhonda Parmer, Steve Fullen, Alyta Harrell, Angela Stallings, Lindsey Lesniewski, Ryan Pavone, Andrea Gilger, Frances Burley, Allison Tamez, Stephen Harding, Andrea Zapata, Marty Moffett, Erica Ordogne, Diane Phelan, Scott Pollack, Troy Jones, Robert Hasson, Dianna Walker, Paula Sword, Vanessa Reyes, Franklin Moses, Robert Stock, Robert DeWolfe, Linda Rodriguez, Olivia Smith-Daugherty

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

166

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of an extension of vacation or non-duty day deadlines through October 30, 2016 for Vicki McWilliams

BACKGROUND:

The Board grants vacation time to its employees to give adequate time for rest in preparation for the rigors of each school year. Board Policy DEC (Local) requires board approval if an employee needs to carry over vacation time into the next school year for extenuating circumstances. One employee has requested the Board grant an extension of the time available to use vacation leave from July 31, 2016 to October 30, 2016. Vicki McWilliams requests roll over vacation time due to the extensive curriculum writing work being done through August and the August/September 1:1 roll out that will not allow her to take vacation time.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None.

RECOMMENDATION:

I recommend the Board grant this employee an extension of her vacation or non-duty day deadlines through October 30, 2016, based on extenuating circumstances.

CONTACT PERSON:

Karen Hickman DeeAnn Powell

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

167

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Adoption of TASB Localized Policy Update 104, affecting local policies (see attached list).

BACKGROUND:

TASB issued Update 104 in March 17, 2016. This update is responsive to legislation that was passed during the 2015 legislative session. It also moves many of the individual names listed as Title IX, Title VII, and ADA Coordinators to regulations so that they may be easily updated by the Administration, as needed. Following this page, you will find the Instruction Sheet for Update 104. For more information, please refer to the Update 104 policy booklet.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt Update 104.

CONTACT PERSON:

Jodie Kennemer

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

168

Instruction Sheet TASB Localized Policy Manual Update 104 District Policy ATTN EEH FB FD FEB FFC FFH CCG CFA CFC CQA DBAA DFE DHB E EHBAF EHDC EI EKB FB FD FFA FL FB FFC FFH

Pasadena ISD Code Note LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL EXHIBIT EXHIBIT EXHIBIT

Action To Be Taken No policy enclosed Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy DELETE policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace table of contents ADD policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy Replace policy ADD exhibit ADD exhibit ADD exhibit

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Note See explanatory note Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy See explanatory note Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised table of contents See explanatory note Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy Revised policy See explanatory note See explanatory note See explanatory note

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Adoption of PISD Interim Local Policy Update 2016.03, affecting local policies (see attached list).

BACKGROUND:

The Administration recommends changes to Local policies as outlined in the Instruction Sheet Policy Update 2016.03 and the Explanatory Notes in your Interim Update booklet. The recommended changes include correction of the date for the District’s May election, additional revisions to policies affecting attendance accounting and admissions beyond those included in TASB Update 104, and adoption of DNA(Local) outlining the District’s move from the PDAS to the T-TESS for evaluation of teachers.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt PISD Interim Local Policy Update 2016.03.

CONTACT PERSON:

Jodie Kennemer

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

170

Instruction Sheet PISD Interim Local Policy Update 2016.03 Policy

Code

Action To Be Taken

Note

BBB

(LOCAL)

Replace policy

Revised policy

DNA

(LOCAL)

Replace policy

Revised policy

FDA

(LOCAL)

Replace policy

Revised policy

FEB

(LOCAL)

Replace policy

Revised policy

DNA

(Regulation) ADD regulation

See explanatory note

         

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SUBJECT:

Budget Amendments

BACKGROUND:

Budget amendments must be made in accordance with the budgeting procedures set out in the Financial Accounting Resource Guide, which states, “public funds shall not be expended in any manner other than that provided for in the Official Budget, as approved and properly amended. The budget must be amended when a change is made increasing any one of the functional expenditure categories, or revenue object accounts as listed in the Official Budget. Each amendment shall be reflected in the official minutes of the Board of Trustees, and the approved amendments shall be recorded as part of the district’s accounting records.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

See attached amendments.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the budget amendments.

CONTACT PERSON:

Nina Conway John M. Piscacek

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

172

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

13 31 33

6000 6000 6000

Curriculum Development Guidance & Counseling Health Services

11

6000

Instruction

36 41 51 52

6000 6000 6000 6000

Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Plant Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (1,344) (2,000) (933)

415 39 699 288 2,836

To reallocate funds for instructional supplies (Function 11), Science Fair supplies (Function 36), Service agreement with Hanover Research (Function 41), permit renewals (Function 51), extended day crossing guard payroll and Raptor supplies (Function 52)

Karen Hickman Barbara Fuqua

Kevin Fornof Rhonda Parmer

173

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

240

Food Service

Function

Object

00

5800

State Revenue

5,000

35

6000

Food Service

5,000

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

Training funds received from Texas Department of Agriculture for Food Service

John M. Piscacek Nina Conway

174

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

242

Food Service

Function

Object

00

5900

Federal Revenue

349,300

35

6000

Food Service

349,300

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Opening budget for Summer Food Service Program

John M. Piscacek Nina Conway

175

Amount

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

2,096

51 11

6000 6000

Plant Maintenance & Operations Instruction

1,296 800

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

To recognize revenue received from facility rentals

John M. Piscacek Nina Conway

176

Amount

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

1,317

12

6000

Instructional Resources & Media

1,317

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

To recognize funds received for Little Free Libraries

Karen Hickman

177

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

2,500

41

6000

General Administration

2,500

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

To recognize revenue received from transcript charges and allocate to training budget

Barbara Fuqua

178

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

500

13

6000

Curriculum Development

500

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

To recognize donated funds for Conscious Discipline Institute.

Gloria Gallegos

179

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

175,288

13

6000

Curriculum Development

175,288

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

To recognize revenue for Alternative Teacher Certification Program (ATCP).

Keith Palmer

180

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

180

21

6000

Instructional Leadership

180

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

To recognize ABC Dental donated funds for graduation.

Gloria Gallegos

181

Amount

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

13

6000

Curriculum Development

31

6000

Guidance & Counseling

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (35,785)

35,785

Transfer funds to assist in AP cost at Dobie, PHS and CTHS.

Karen Hickman

182

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

23

6000

School Leadership

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (707)

707

To allocate funds for 5th grade orientation

Karen Hickman

183

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

23

6000

School Leadership

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (1,770)

1,770

To allocate funds for Intermediate and High School orientation

Karen Hickman

184

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

81

6000

Facilities Construction

51

6000

Plant Maintenance & Operations

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (16,764)

16,764

To transfer funds for Overtime on Bluewave Project.

Kevin Fornof

185

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

23

6000

School Leadership

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (18,000)

18,000

To replace old Bondy furniture for Principal, Assistant Principal and conference room.

Troy McCarley

186

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

23

6000

School Leadership

36

6000

Co-Curricular Activities

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (19,875)

19,875

To transfer funds for ice machine, football tower and headset system for athletics.

Rhonda Parmer

Barbara Fuqua

187

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

36

6000

Co-Curricular Activities

11 13

6000 6000

Instruction Curriculum Development

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (10,870)

6,670 4,200

To reallocate funds for instructional supplies and staff development.

Karen Hickman

188

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

31

6000

Guidance & Counseling

33 41

6000 6000

Health Services General Administration

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (19,514)

16,403 3,111

To reallocated funds for medical training equipment.

Barbara Fuqua

189

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

13

6000

Curriculum Development

21

6000

Instructional Leadership

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (16,000)

16,000

To reallocate funds for Princeton Review training for PSAT/SAT Prep.

Karen Hickman

190

June Budget Amendments June 30, 2016 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

13

6000

Curriculum Development

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (1,275)

1,275

To reallocate funds to pay overtime for Chess Program.

Karen Hickman

191

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Budget Amendments As of June 30, 2016 Local Maintenance Fund

Adopted

September

May

thru May

Amended

June June

Amended

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Budget 130,625,800 319,989,170 10,338,931 -

Amendments 2,233,264 4,990 -

Budget 132,859,064 319,994,160 10,338,931 -

Amendments 181,881 -

Budget 133,040,945 319,994,160 10,338,931 -

TOTAL REVENUES

460,953,901

2,238,254

463,192,155

181,881

463,374,036

EXPENDITURES 11 Instruction 12 Instructional Resource & Media 13 Curriculum & Staff Development 21 Instructional Leadership 23 School Leadership 31 Guidance & Counseling 32 Social Work Services 33 Health Services 34 Pupil Transportation 35 Food Service 36 Co-Curricular Activities 41 General Administration 51 Maintenance & Operations 52 Security / Monitoring 53 Data Processing 61 Community Services 71 Debt Service 81 Facilities Construction 95 Juvenile Justice 99 Other Governmental Charges 8000 Other Uses

291,790,750 6,401,514 7,285,313 5,724,198 34,642,333 18,025,288 327,700 4,754,940 15,167,766 5,871,836 11,214,383 49,009,808 4,941,068 6,485,377 252,950 0 1,550,000 100,000 1,259,000 0

5,561,825 444,549 259,651 119,039 779,044 514,006 3,500 169,502 570,978 354,594 556,624 1,353,697 321,232 3,101,207 56,939 3,409,206 (90,000) 1,000,000

297,352,575 6,846,063 7,544,964 5,843,237 35,421,377 18,539,294 331,200 4,924,442 15,738,744 6,226,430 11,771,007 50,363,505 5,262,300 9,586,584 309,889 0 4,959,206 100,000 1,169,000 1,000,000

(13,867) 1,317 128,134 16,180 602 14,271 15,470 9,044 6,310 18,348 2,836 (16,764) -

297,338,708 6,847,380 7,673,098 5,859,417 35,421,979 18,553,565 331,200 4,939,912 15,738,744 6,235,474 11,777,317 50,381,853 5,265,136 9,586,584 309,889 0 4,942,442 100,000 1,169,000 1,000,000

464,804,224

18,485,593

483,289,817

181,881

483,471,698

(3,850,323)

(16,247,339)

(20,097,662)

0

(20,097,662)

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

192

193

SUBJECT:

Consider Renewal of Interlocal Agreement with TASB as Third Party Administrator for Workers’ Compensation 2016-2017.

BACKGROUND:

The following tabulation is the Amount Paid in Workers’ Compensation Claims for the years indicated. AMOUNT PAID BY FISCAL YEAR AS OF JUNE 30, 2015 Fiscal Year 10/11 11/12 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16

# of Claims 359 371 588 374 347 299

Amount Paid $695,027 $854,288 $645,181 $996,820 $1,606,382 $337,813

For the past several years, we have been in an interlocal agreement with TASB as our third party administrator over this program. This includes Claims Management, Loss Control and Stop Loss Coverage. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The administrative fees charged in FY 2015/2016 have increased in the renewal proposal for FY 2016-2017. Stop Loss Coverage from the insurance companies however, decreased over 2015/2016 from $86,324 to $79,545.

RECOMMENDATION:

The Administration recommends that the Board approve renewal of the interlocal agreement with the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) for the fiscal year 2016/2017 for the estimated Administrative Fees and Stop Loss coverage of $122,195.

CONTACT PERSON:

Monica De La Portilla John Piscacek

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

194

SUBJECT:

Consider Salary Schedule Book for the 2016-2017 School Year

BACKGROUND:

The Board of Trustees previously approved the individual hiring salary schedules for all regular employees on May 24. The Salary Schedule Book for the 2016-2017 school year includes more detailed information pertaining to the various positions associated with the different pay grades and includes the various hiring schedules for each pay grade. It also includes the employee supplements and the one-time extra duty pay rates. The Salary Schedule Book will be published on the PISD web site to give access to all employees and appropriate information will also be published on the web site of the Business Office Procedure Manual.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The salary schedules, supplements, and pay rates in the Salary Schedule Book are included in the proposed budget for 2016-2017.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the Salary Schedule Book for the 2016-2017 school year.

CONTACT PERSON:

John M. Piscacek Keith Palmer

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

195

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of the Design Development phase for the New Mae Smythe Elementary School Replacement project.

BACKGROUND:

The Design Development phase of the project is complete and SBWV Architects, Inc. will present this phase of the project for Board approval.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the Design Development phase for the New Mae Smythe Elementary School Replacement Project.

CONTACT PERSON:

Kevin Fornof Israel Grinberg

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

196

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of the Construction Contract for the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School Addition Project, and funding by the 2014 Bond Contingency Pool.

BACKGROUND:

On July 07, 2016 Pasadena ISD received Competitive Sealed Proposals (CSP) from three general contractors for the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School Addition Project. The CSP Evaluation Committee identified Division One Construction as the “Best Valued Contractor.” The cost of the project is $5,050,000 with a project duration of 365 days upon issuance of the Notice to Proceed. Several factors have led to a project cost exceeding the original construction budget. The major additional cost factors for the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School Addition Project are the following: 1. In planning the 2014 Bond, PISD established a construction budget of $155/SF. This budget factored an increase in construction cost of 15% from the last project that bid in May 2014, which was $135/SF. Since then the district has seen an unprecedented rise in the cost of construction, which has impacted the submitted project cost of $225/SF. 2. The original program and square footage was based on a 20,000 square foot addition. Due to campus programs, and the District’s need for a minimum of sixteen classrooms, the architect was authorized to increase the building program to 22,490 square feet. The additional square footage of 2,490 SF x $225/SF = $560,250 of the final contract amount. Texas-IBI Group is the architect for the project.

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Base Proposal Amount:

$5,136,000

Accepted Alternates: Alternate No. 1: ($ Acrovyn by Design Wall Graphics

30,000)

Total Base Bid & Alternates:

$5,106,000

VE Negotiation Amount: TOTAL PROJECT COST:

($ 56,000) $5,050,000

Construction Budget: 2014 Bond Contingency Pool:

$3,000,000 $2,050,000

FINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT:

$5,050,000

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Funding of $3,000,000 is provided by the budget for the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School Addition Project and $2,050,000 by the 2014 Bond Contingency Pool.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the Construction Contract to Division One Construction for the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School Addition Project in the amount of $5,050,000 including funding of $2,050,000 by the 2014 Bond Contingency Pool.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Kevin Fornof Israel Grinberg

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

198

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of the Design Services Agreement for the Miller Intermediate School Kitchen Hood Replacement Project.

BACKGROUND:

The project will include removal and replacement of the existing kitchen hood including related modifications of existing construction for installation of the new hood, fire suppression system, fans, ductwork, plumbing and electrical connections. The existing gas range will be replaced with two new combi-ovens, a convection oven, braising pan and hot plate base. Design services by Cre8 Architects are submitted for approval as follows: 

Miler Intermediate School Kitchen Hood Replacement Project Est. Construction Budget: Design Fee 7.0%:

$

$238,000 16,660

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Funding will be provided by the Child Nutrition Services Department budget, with no impact to the General Fund.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the design services agreement with Cre8 Architects for the Miller Intermediate School Kitchen Hood Replacement Project in the estimated amount of $16,660.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Mary Harryman Kevin Fornof Steve Rice

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

199

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of Blanket Electrical Easements for the Dobie High School 9th Grade Campus project.

BACKGROUND:

CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC is requiring the granting of a Blanket Easement for 3-Phase Overhead and Underground Electric Service for the Dobie High School 9th Grade Campus project. Upon completion of the work PISD will be provided with defined easements described by sealed survey drawings.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

One Dollar ($1.00)

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of Blanket Electrical Service Easements to CenterPoint Houston Electric, LLC. for the Dobie High School 9th Grade Campus project.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Kevin Fornof Israel Grinberg

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

200

SUBJECT:

Consideration and possible approval of Allowance Expenditure Authorization (AEA) No. 37 for the Nelda Sullivan Middle School project.

BACKGROUND:

On May 27, 2014 the Nelda Sullivan Middle School construction contract was awarded to Collier Construction Company in the amount of $16,622,635. AEA No. 37 consists of the following items: Credit Unused Signage Allowance: Credit Unused Foundation Allowance: Credit Unused Technology Allowance: TOTAL AEA NO. 37:

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

($13,271.00) ($42,686.00) ($50,000.00) ($105,957.00)

Funding is credited to the Contract Owner’s Contingency Allowance for the Nelda Sullivan Middle School project. We recommend approval of AEA No. 37 to Collier Construction Company for the Nelda Sullivan Middle School project in the credit amount of $105,957.00.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Kevin Fornof Shauna K. Gagneaux

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

201

SUBJECT:

Consideration and Possible Approval of the 2016-2017 Internal Audit Schedule.

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with board policy the internal auditor shall furnish the Board and Superintendent with evaluations, analyses, recommendations, and information concerning the areas to be reviewed. Areas to be reviewed were selected based on Superintendent request, change in personnel (management/financial bookkeeper), prior coverage, internal controls, and financial impact.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the 2016-2017 Internal Audit Schedule. Elementary Bailey Bush Fisher Gardens Jessup Moore Morales Pomeroy South Belt South Shaver Williams Intermediate Bondy Miller Park View Queens San Jacinto Thompson

CONTACT PERSON:

DeeAnn Powell Maritza Davis

BOARD MEETING DATE:

July 26, 2016

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