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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Meeting of the Board of Trustees Tuesday, January 20, 2009, 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, January 20, 2009, 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, January 20, 2009, at 5:30 P.M. I.

Convene into Open Session

II.

Discussion regarding proposed policies

III.

Adjourn

The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District will meet in regular session at the conclusion of any committee meetings on Tuesday, January 20, 2009, 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

1.

Minutes of Meetings on November 11 & 18, December 11 & 16, 2008 and January 6, 2009

pages 7-38

2.

Informational Pages

pages 39-203

3.

Bid Items a. Competitive Bids and Request for Proposals: • ERATE – Network Electronics, RFP #09-007

pages 204-221

5 minutes



b.

c.

4.

IV.

ERATE – Wireless Access Points, RFP #09-008 • ERATE – Video Conferencing Equipment, RFP #09-009 • ERATE – Video Distribution, RFP #09-010 • ERATE – SmartNet (Network Hardware Maintenance), RFP #09-011 • ERATE – Web Hosting, RFP #09-012 • ERATE – Email and Elocker, RFP #09-013 • ERATE – Local Area Network Cabling, RFP #09-014 • ERATE – Internet Access, RFP #09-015 • Fundraising Items, CSP #09-017 • Hardware and Related Supplies, CSP #09-018 • Fasteners and Related Supplies, CSP #09-019 Contract Renewals • Environmental Abatement and Demolition Services, CSP #06-MA-600 Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 • November 1, 2008 thru November 30, 2008 • December 1, 2008 thru December 31, 2008

Donations

Personnel Section

pages 222-226

Section VIII 10 minutes

1. Approve Administrative Personnel 2. Approval of Flexible Spending Account Debit page 227 Cards for Child Care and/or Medical Reimbursement 3. Approval of 2009-2010 Calendar

pages 228-229

4. Certified Personnel

pages 230-231

5. Classified Personnel

page 232

V.

VI.

VII.

VIII.

Educational Section

Section IV

1.

Approval of the 2009-2010 High School Graduation Dates, Locations and Times

page 233

2 minutes

2.

Approval of PreAP and Honors Courses Identified for No-Pass, No Play

page 234

2 minutes

3.

Approval of South Houston High School Fencers to Travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico February 12-17, 2009

page 235

2 minutes

4.

Approve Acceptance of Multiple Grant Awards

page 236

2 minutes

5.

Approval of Innovative Course Application for Introduction to General Maritime Studies and Careers

page 237

2 minutes

Section V pages 238-252

1 minute

Policy Update and Review Update 84

Section VI pages 253-271

2 minutes

Interim Update FFH (Local), FB (Local), DEA (Local)

pages 272-287

Financial Section

Section VII

1. Approve Budget Amendments

pages 288-301

2 minutes

2. Approval of Interlocal Agreement with Brazos Valley Council of Governments

pages 302

2 minutes

3. Approval of Annual Financial Report of 2007-2008 School Year

page 303

2 minutes

4. Approval of Annual Investment Policy Review

pages 304-319

2 minutes

5. Approval of Investment Broker/Dealer

page 320

2 minutes

Student Achievements

IX.

Operations Section

Section IX

1. Approval of Change Order No. 10 for BP10, Shaw Middle School Project

page 321

2 minutes

2. Approval of Technology Additional Services for BP24, De Zavala Middle School Project

page 322

2 minutes

3. Approval of Control Cabling of Portable Classrooms for Programmable Thermostats

page 323

2 minutes

4. Approval of Interlocal Agreement between Pasadena ISD and Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services to Provide Certain Assets and Facilities during a Public Health Emergency

page 324

2 minutes

5. Approval of Exploring Possible Revenues Using Bus Advertising

page 325

2 minutes

X.

Construction Update (JFI Update Booklet)

Section X

XI.

Miscellaneous Section

Section XI

1. Communications

pages 326-327

2. Approve Joint Election Agreement with the pages 328-337 City of South Houston to Conduct a Joint Election in Precincts that Can Be Served by Common Polling Places Pursuant to Chapter 271 of the Texas Election Code and Section 11.0581 of the Texas Education Code 3. Approve Election Order and Notice for the 2009 Pasadena ISD Trustee Election 4. Public Comments (continuation if necessary) 5. Set date for next regular meeting suggest Tuesday, February 24, 2009

pages 338-344

1 minute 2 minutes

2 minutes

10 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, implementation, of security personnel or devices.

or

specific

occasions

for

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. 6.

Adjournment

9:04 P.M.

MINUTES OF THE BOARD November 13, 2008

The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District met in special session on Thursday, November 13, 2008, at 7:25 P.M. in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Mr. Marshall Kendrick, presiding officer Mr. Frank Braden Mr. Fred Roberts Mrs. Nelda Sullivan

Board Members Absent

Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Jerry Speer Mrs. Carmen Orozco The presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Braden gave the Invocation; Mrs. Sullivan led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Employee Hearings Cancelled

Mr. Kendrick explained that due to a family illness Mr. Francisco Rodriguez, LULAC representative for Ms. Flores and Ms. Conde, asked to postpone the two employee Level III Grievance Hearings scheduled for this evening. These hearings will be rescheduled at a later date.

Student Hearing

Mr. Kendrick asked the parents of the student if they wanted an open or closed hearing. The parents answered that they would like a closed hearing. Adjournment to closed session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.082 and Student Code of Conduct to hear complaint presentation of a student. The parents represented the student and Ms. Barbara Fuqua represented the Administration. The Board went into deliberation alone at 8:04 P.M. after all information was presented. The Board reconvened at 8:15 P.M. and conducted the following business.

No. 19714 APPROVE Decision on Student Hearing

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board uphold the Administration in the punishment recommended for the student.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None The meeting adjourned at 8:20 P.M.

____________________________________________ President, Board of Trustees ____________________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees ____________________________________________ Date

MINUTES OF THE BOARD November 18, 2008

The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District met in regular session on Tuesday, November 18, 2008, at 5:30 P.M. in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Mr. Marshall Kendrick, presiding officer Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Frank Braden Mr. Fred Roberts Mrs. Nelda Sullivan Mr. Jerry Speer

Board Members Absent

Mrs. Carmen Orozco

The presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mrs. Morgan gave the Invocation; Mr. Speer led the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board Personnel Committee met at 5:30 P.M. and reconvened at 5:42 P.M. The Board adjourned into Executive Session at 5:43 P.M. 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 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 Meeting 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 7:00 P.M. and discussed the following business. Special Recognition

Dr. Lewis and the Board of Trustees honored Mr. Walter Woodard for his dedication and support to the Pasadena schools over past decades. He was commended for his outstanding devotion, spirit and enthusiasm that will live on forever. The recipients of the National Merit and Advanced AP Scholars Award were recognized for their outstanding work and introduced by their counselors. Ms. Brenda Bradford, President of AP Strategies, gave special recognition to the district and Ms. Pat Sermas, Director of Advanced

Academics, Assessment and Guidance Department, for the tremendous effort that has taken place in our district related to Advanced Placement. Mr. Fred Wu, of CLEAResult Consulting, recognized the district for its participation in the SCORE Program, provided a brief overview of the district’s accomplishment, recognized specific district staff and presented the district with a check for $116,000 for incentives earned by the district. No. 19715 APPROVED Consent Agenda

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Consent Agenda, as shown on pages 7-154, Section III of the agenda, and copied below.

Minutes of meetings on October 28, 2008, pages 7-29 Informational Pages, pages 30-138 Bid Items, pages 139-154 a. Competitive Bids & Request for Proposals: • Custodial/Food Service Chemicals, Eq., & Supplies, CSP #08-059 (Amended Recommendation) • Books, Textbooks, Publications, & Audio Visual Materials, CSP #09-004 b. Contract Renewals • Hardware-Line Item/Catalog Discount, CSP #06-MA-588 • Welding Gases & Supplies, CSP #06-MA-642 • Paint & Related Supplies, CSP #06-MA-643 • Electric Motors & Parts, CSP #06-MA-644 • AC Compressor Overhaul, CSP #06-MA-645 • Award Jackets, Sweaters, Blankets, & Accessories/Catalog Discount, CSP #07-003MI • Clinic/Athletic Training Supplies & Eq. CSP #08-012 • Science Materials & Eq./Catalog Discount, CSP #08-013 • Communications Cabling Service (Supplies, Eq., & Installations), CSP #08-017 • Yearbooks, CSP #08-020 • Diploma Inserts/Certificates, Covers/Catalog Discount for Miscellaneous Graduation Items, CSP #08-033 c. Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board No. 19716 approve Administrative Personnel, as shown on addenda pages A-C, APPROVED Administrative Section IV of the agenda, and copied below. Personnel

Benetta, Earnestine Olivares, Roberta Bernsen, Candy

Counselor/Guidance Center Occupational Therapist Principal/South Belt Elem.

34 yrs. 13 yrs.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19717 APPROVED Renewing the Contract for Stop Loss Insurance with American Stop Loss

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve renewing the contract for stop loss insurance with American Stop Loss, as shown on page 155, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below. The District is covered by a specific stop loss policy that insures an individual medical claim for over $200,000 and an aggregate stop loss policy that insures the total group’s (Plan I & II) paid claims over approximately $10,500,000. The annual cost is approximately $800,159.00. This includes an 8% rate increase from 2008; we are still negotiating to lower the 8% but the increase is based on the plan change for the life time maximum from $750,000 to $1,000,000 effective January 1, 2009. We recommend renewing the contract for stop loss insurance with American Stop Loss.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

Certified Personnel

The attached reflects action on Certified Personnel during October/November 2008, as shown on pages 156-157, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

2008-2009 Additional Previously Approved Personnel: Last Name

First Name

Data Anna Hernandez Enrique Little Deanna Hoppe Jennifer Reiland Douglas Carmona Jacqueline Bunbury Orton Anthony Araiza Wendy

Campus Keller Middle Keller Middle Melillo Middle Melillo Middle Melillo Middle Melillo Middle Pasadena High Shaw Middle

Position Social Studies (5th) Science (6th) Social Studies Social Studies 6th 5th Grade 5th Grade SpEd Success Bilingual 5th

Exp 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Supt Appr Date 10/30/08 10/30/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 10/30/08

Board Date 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08

2008-2009 Additional Previously Approved Personnel: Last Name Cordova

First Name Ricardo

Campus Shaw Middle

Position Bilingual 6th

Exp 0

Supt Board Appr Date Date 10/30/08 11/18/08

2008-2009 Replacement Personnel: Last Name Soto Salazar Elsweisy Haji Henriques Saldana Goodman Flores Hicks Brown Fagan Wilkerson Huynh Swan Vides Mayorga Tornero Lopez Bassinger Smith Hale Cox Negrete Chhim Stewart Mitchell Ware Rogers

First Name Olga Lizette Eman Nizar Concepcion Elisabeth Jason Christina Lynn Asia Lindsey Wayne Huyen David Luis Audrey Gabriela Jennifer Sarah Megan Clinton Stephanie Alexandra Veasna Sara Christopher Brandon Matthew

Classified Personnel

Campus Atkinson Elem DeZavala DeZavala DeZavala DeZavala Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Jackson Inter Lomax Middle Lomax Middle Lomax Middle Lomax Middle Meador Elem Pasadena High Pasadena Mem. Pasadena Mem. Pasadena Mem. Richey Elem Sam Rayburn High Schneider Middle Schneider Middle So. Houston High Southmore Inter

Position Bilingual 3rd Bilingual 5th Math/Science 5th Grade Bilingual 6th Sci ESL Math Science 7th Reading Reading Reading ESL ESL/Science 5th SS Bilingual SS 6th Bilingual Math 6th Science 6th Bilingual 2nd English SpEd/M.R. English CTE/Health Sci 4th Grade Math 5th Grade Bilingual 6th Special Ed (Inc) Special Ed.

Supt Exp Appr Date 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/13/08 0 11/06/08 0 pend. 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 11/06/08 0 10/30/08 0 10/30/08 0 10/30/08 0 11/13/08

Board Date 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08

The attached reflects action on Classified Personnel during October/November 2008, as shown on page 158, Section IV of the agenda, and copied below.

EMPLOYMENT Briggs, Norma

Coord After School Prog Fed - South Houston High School

Majano, Lorena

Custodian I (12M) - De Zavala Middle School

Salas, Maria

Custodian I (10M) - Beverly Hills Intermediate

RESIGNATIONS Medellin, Eva

Sp Ed Aide Autistic - Frazier Elementary

TERMINATION Brignac, Rebecca

Gen Sec(Recept/Process)Warehouse - Warehouse

Burk, Dale

Bus Driver 5.5/Hr - Transportation

Castaneda, Anna

Custodian I (10M) - Kruse Elementary

Terry, Latoya

Sp Ed Aide Autistic - Bush Elementary

Valladares, Ana

Custodian I (10M) - Lomax Middle School

RETURN FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE Herrera, Ana No. 19718 APPROVED Campus Improvement Plans for the 2008-09 School Year

Bilingual Aide - Schneider Middle School Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve the campus improvement plans for the 2008-2009 year, as shown on page 159, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. Campus site-based decision making committees have reviewed the latest data available concerning student achievement, attendance, drop-out rates, and other criteria related to their campus plans, and have revised their goals, objectives, strategies, and action steps for the 2008-2009 school year. Budgeted items under the resource column in the campus improvement plans are allocated within the approved budget for the 2008-2009 school year. We recommend approval of the campus improvement plans for the 2008-2009 year. Dr. Lewis explained that there are some focused and wonderful plans on the campuses for next year. We are excited about what they are attempting to accomplish and the focus they have.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19719 APPROVED Agreement with Texas Virtual Schools Network (TxVSN)

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve the Agreement with Texas Virtual Schools Network as presented, as shown on page 160, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. The Texas Virtual Schools Network (TxVSN) was created by the 80th Texas Legislature to provide quality education online courses for Texas students and equitable access by students to those courses. Pasadena Independent School District already has approved online courses that meet the requirements outlined in TEC Chapter 30A. For the PISD classes offered on the TxVSN, PISD will invoice TxVSN for the tuition charged on the course registration and use those funds to pay the instructor fees and use any remaining funds to enhance the PISD Virtual Schools Program. For the non-PISD classes on the TxVSN taken by PISD students, TxVSN will invoice PISD for the appropriate tuition. The Pasadena Virtual School will collect the money from the students and pay TxVSN with a Purchase Order. Pasadena Independent School District online coursework will be included in the first Virtual School Network catalog. Districts and open enrollment charter schools throughout Texas will now have access to our quality courses and instructors via the TxVSN. This agreement will provide an additional revenue stream to the District. We recommend approval of the Agreement with Texas Virtual Schools Network as presented.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board No. 19720 approve the acceptance of the $179,843 in grant dollars, as shown on APPROVED Texas Fitness page 161, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. Now Grant Pasadena ISD has been awarded the Texas Fitness Now grant in the amount of $179,843 for Rick Schneider Middle School, Jackson, Queens, San Jacinto, South Houston and Southmore Intermediate schools. The goal of the grant is to reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes through emphasis on physical education and fitness in middle schools. To support in school physical education (PE) programs, the grants seek to provide students with a foundation for a life of fitness and healthy lifestyle choices.

No financial implications. Pasadena ISD administration recommends the acceptance of the $179,843 in grant dollars. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19721 APPROVED Sam Rayburn HS Choral to Travel to Orlando, Florida May 2-5, 2009

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve for the Sam Rayburn High School Choir to travel to Orlando, Florida May 2 - 5, 2009, as shown on page 162, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. The Sam Rayburn High School Choral Department has been approved to perform at Walt Disney World’s “Magic Music Days,” a festival celebrating the musical accomplishments of students from music programs around the country. Disney Magic Music Days is a unique educational program designed for students of the arts. It gives instrumental, vocal and dance ensembles an opportunity to showcase their talents in a professional setting, study their craft in a positive, lively environment, and have fun doing it! The Disney Magic Music Days program is available year-round to performing groups of schools, studios and other organizations around the globe. Workshops are taught by professionals in their respective fields: actors, choreographers, comedians, dancers, composers, singers, arrangers, musicians and conductors. Many are nationally recognized artists, working in Hollywood and performing arts venues throughout the country Approximately 30 students will travel with 5 chaperones, including 2 directors, and 1 administrator. All chaperones will be trained in school district policy regarding responsibilities and duties prior to the trip. All rules of conduct established by the school district will be strictly enforced. The cost will be approximately $850 per student and will be funded through the 60/40 guidelines established by the district. Students needing additional assistance will be helped on an as needed basis. We recommend approval for the Sam Rayburn High School Choir to travel to Orlando, Florida May 2 - 5, 2009.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19722 APPROVED

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Braden, that the Board approve for the Dobie High School Band to travel to Washington D.C.

Dobie HS Band to Travel to Washington D. C. on May 1-5, 2009

on May 1st - May 5th, as shown on page 163, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. The Dobie High School Band will be performing in the Capital Music Festival in Washington D.C. or have a workshop with members of one of the United States Military Bands stationed around Washington D.C. While in D.C., the students will visit various national landmarks important to our nation’s history. Stops on the trip include: Monument Tour, National Archives, Museum of Natural History, Arlington National Cemetery, Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress. Approximately 100 students will travel with 8 chaperones, 3 directors, and 1 administrator. All Chaperones will be trained in school district policy regarding responsibilities and duties prior to the trip. All rules of conduct established by the school district will be strictly enforced. The cost will be approximately $1150 per student and will be funded through the 60/40 guidelines established by the district. Students needing additional assistance will be helped on an as needed basis. We recommend approval for the Dobie High School Band to travel to Washington D.C. on May 1st - May 5th

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19723 APPROVED Hiring Additional Accountant Due to Increased Volume & Accountability of District Grants

Motion by Mr. Speer, seconded by Mr. Braden, that the Board approve hiring an additional accountant due to the increased volume and accountability of district grants, as shown on page 164, Section V of the agenda, and copied below. Pasadena Independent School District has increased its federal funding and grants from $26 million in 2005-2006 to over $42 million for the start of the 2008-2009 school year. The number of grants has more than doubled. During the 2008-2009 budget process, an additional staff accountant was requested, but cut during Cabinet deliberations due to the lack of available funds. TEA has revised the rules that allow school districts to claim indirect cost on grants that were not eligible in the past. Based on this new information, we have determined that indirect cost revenue will increase by $50,000 for the 2008-2009 budget year. Recently, TEA notified PISD of a 3 million dollar increase in Title I Federal Funds. We plan on allocating $2 million of Title I funds to campus funds which were cut during 2007-2008 Title I budget allocations. Additionally $500,000 will be used to cover three peer facilitators and three counselor-parent coordinators salaries that have been previously charged to the local budget since there was not enough money to cover their salaries from federal funds. This will result in an increase of revenue to the local

budget of $550,000. This newly available revenue can be used to hire a staff accountant who will handle the increased volume and accountability required by the districts grants and federal funds. $550,000 increased revenue to local budget. paid from increased revenue in local budget.

Salary for accountant

We recommend hiring an additional accountant due to the increased volume and accountability of district grants. Dr. Lewis explained that after we approved the budget we received notice from the Federal government that our title moneys had been increased significantly. We were able to do some adjustments in the funding between local and federal funds and save the district about ½ million dollars in local funding by applying the federal funds to that. Also, because of the volume that we are dealing with the grants now and the compliance issues with reporting those effectively, we felt that we needed another accountant to help with that. They had originally had that position in the budget and was cut because of the lack of funds this year…but with this extra money we felt like it was money well spent. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19724 APPROVED Budget Amendments

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Budget Amendments, as shown on pages 185-191, 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. A copy is included in the permanent records.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19725 APPROVED Pasadena

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Pasadena ISD Position Statement on School Finance, as shown on pages 192-193, Section VIII of the agenda, and copied

ISD Position Statement on School Funding

below. The Texas Legislature will convene in January 2009. Among the items they will probably discuss will be adjustments to the state public education funding formulas. HB 1, passed by the legislature in 2005, capped state funding to local districts based upon a “target revenue” established for each district based on revenue in the 2005-06 school year. With minor adjustments, the target revenue remains unchanged in 2008-09. There has been little adjustment for inflation and less flexibility as districts cope with increasing costs. Pasadena ISD is operating a $23.4 million deficit budget for 2008-09, due primarily to three years of capped revenue under the state school funding plan. While the Administration and Board considered a tax rate election for 2008-09, the economic conditions made passage of the election doubtful. The district’s healthy fund balance provided a one year opportunity to transition to the next legislative year in hopes that the legislature will pass favorable legislation in 2009 to increase the revenue flow to local school districts. Recognizing the needs within the district, the Administration has developed a Position Statement on state school finance that we would like to communicate with our state senators and representatives. The position statement, if approved by the Board, would be presented to the staff and community to help them understand the financial situation in Pasadena ISD and possible solutions to some of those issues. No financial implications. We recommend approval of the Pasadena ISD Position Statement on School Finance. Mr. Kendrick thanked the Superintendent for this. It is something that needed to be done and sent to the State because all school districts are in the same financial problems.

Texas Public School Finance A Pasadena ISD Position Statement The Texas Legislature passed House Bill 1 in 2006 that changed the mechanism for funding public schools in Texas. A fundamental element of the new funding formula is a district’s Target Revenue. Under provisions of the bill, Target Revenue was capped at levels established in the 2005-06 school year. Property value increases experienced by property owners since that time have generated new revenue, all of which now goes to the State of Texas instead of to the local school districts. The bill has left the system with serious problems related to adequate and equitable funding. For instance, under the bill, there are no provisions for inflationary increases or regional cost of living differences.

Some legislators are beginning to understand the difficult financial position in which the bill has placed many local districts. There are estimates that most school districts in Texas, Pasadena ISD, included, will face major financial difficulty unless the legislature acts. The following represents the position of the Pasadena Independent School District administration regarding school funding: Proposals • Find consistent, adequate and equitable source or sources of state funding for public education. Eliminate the ceiling or raise the floor of target revenue to overcome inflationary increases since 2005-06. • Adjust and fund the state formula for regional differences in cost of living. o Property Insurance (Gulf Coast) o Housing/Teacher Salaries (Metropolitan areas) • Adjust for inflation in the state funding formula in general terms and for specific costs impacting all districts. o Utility costs o Fuel costs o Transportation Allotment • Increase in the state technology allotment to expand 21st century technology. • Increase teacher salaries to assist local districts in high poverty areas to recruit and retain quality staff. • Increase state funding weights for students at-risk, gifted and talented, in bilingual education, special education and for students on free and reduced lunch. • Change provisions of law requiring tax rate election to either eliminate the provision or allow the election to be held when it makes sense for budget development. • Extend the 17 cent tax rate cap to provide future flexibility to raise revenue. ______________________________ Superintendent

______________________________ President, Board of Trustees November 2008

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19726 APPROVED Design Development Phase for Spark Park for Matthys Elem. School

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Design Development phase for the Spark Park for Matthys Elementary School, as shown on page 194, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below. Former Houston City Council Member Eleanor Tinsley created SPARK in 1983 to transform public school grounds into neighborhood parks. SPARK combines the resources of federal funds, eight local school districts, Harris County, the private sector, neighborhood groups, PTA/PTO groups, and concerned citizens. The mutual participation and cooperation of all these entities is just one aspect that makes this program unique. Bay Architects has donated their services to provide the design for the

park at Matthys Elementary School and will present the Design Development phase for approval by the Board of Trustees. Funding will be provided by the following: Harris County Community Development: Matthys Elementary Booster Club: H.E.B.: Lowe’s Charitable & Ed Foundation: Gage Roofing: Port of Houston: Harris County Precinct 2 (Sylvia Garcia):

$95,671 $ 8,036 $ 7,500 $ 5,000 $ 500 $ 5,000 $ 5,000

The total project budget is $126,707 We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the Design Development phase for the Spark Park for Matthys Elementary School. Mrs. Sullivan asked if this would be our fourth park. Dr. Lewis and Julian Garcia explained that this is for the second park with the third on the way. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19727 APPROVED Transfer of Project Funds to Bond Contingency Pool

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve the transfer of bond project funds to the Bond Contingency Pool in the amount of $3,924,579, as shown on page 195, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below. Several of the 2004 Bond Program projects have been substantially completed and are in the process of financial close out. The projects listed below have unused contingency balances that could be utilized for the remaining bond projects that require additional funding or other projects as determined by the Board. The following are the new contributions recommended to be transferred to the Bond Contingency Pool: BP01 – Schneider MS: BP02 – Bush ES: BP03A – Dobie HS: BP04 – San Jacinto IS: BP04A – Southmore IS: BP05 – Milstead MS: BP05A – Lomax MS: BP07 – Melillo MS:

$ 60,000 $ 58,579 $ 121,000 $1,081,000 $1,289,000 $ 62,000 $ 100,000 $ 191,000

BP09 – Pearl Hall ES: BP09A – Richey ES: BP22A – Transportation Center: Facility Assessment Projects: (BP11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, & 19)

$ 74,000 $ 145,000 $ 251,000 $ 492,000

Total New Contributions:

$3,924,579

Current Pool Balance: New Contributions: Adjusted Pool Balance:

$1,451,984 $3,924,579 $5,376,563

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the transfer of bond project funds to the Bond Contingency Pool in the amount of $3,924,579. Mr. Roberts asked if this money would be used for schools that possibly had things that were needed but they were unable to get. Dr. Lewis answered that the plan at this point is to reconvene the Community Facility Committee that worked on this. We have talked with the principals about providing us with a list of needs they have that they think are pretty pressing. $5.3 million doesn’t go nearly as far as it sounds like it would. Any bond interest that we have earned over time can not be spent for anything other than capital improvement. It can not go to salaries, hiring new teachers or anything like that so we must spend it on facilities. We will reconvene the Committee to try and come up with recommendations for the board within the next couple of months for some future projects. Mr. Braden mentioned that proper supervision of the work of our Bond Program yielded this and expressed his appreciation to those involved. Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Kendrick also expressed their gratitude to Mr. Garcia, his staff and the Jacobs staff. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19728 APPROVED Change Order No. 09 for BP10, Shaw Middle School Project

Motion by Mr. Speer, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve Change Order No. 09 for the BP10 project, as shown on page 196, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below. The following is a summary of the required changes: Change Order No. 09 – BP10 Shaw MS: CPR#138 Substantial completion extension: Total Change Order No. 09 – ICI Construction:

10 days 10 days

Funding is provided under the 2004 Bond Program for the BP10 project. We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the Change Order No. 09 for the BP10 project. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19729 APPROVED Change Order No. 3 for the Baseball & Softball Fields for South Houston HS

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve Change Order No. 3 to Jerdon Enterprise, LLP for the baseball and softball fields for South Houston High School in the credit amount of ($744.20), as shown on page 197, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below. On February 5, 2008 the Pasadena ISD awarded the contract for construction of new baseball and softball fields for South Houston High School to Jerdon Enterprise, LLP. The project is complete and Change Order No. 3 refunds the unused portion of the construction contingency in the credit amount of $744.20. The final contract funding is as follows: Original Contract: Change Orders Nos. 1 & 2: Change Order No. 3:

$672,500.00 $135,059.37 ($ 744.20)

Final Contract Amount:

$806,815.17

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve Change Order No. 3 to Jerdon Enterprise, LLP for the baseball and softball fields for South Houston High School in the credit amount of ($744.20). Mr. Roberts asked for clarification on the changes. He also stated that it would be interesting to see what it would cost to put lights on the ball fields to keep our teams at home and not use gas to take them all over town. Mr. Garcia explained that this is just the refund of unused funds. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19730 APPROVED Allowance Expenditure

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Allowance Expenditure Authorizations for the BP07 and BP09A projects, as shown on page 198, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below.

Authorization (AEA) for Owner’s Construction Contingency (OCC) & Landscape (LAD) for Multiple 2004 Bond Projects

The following is a list by project and a summary of the required changes: AEA-OCC No. 15 – BP07 Melillo MS: CPR#69 Use Enviro-Shield bonded fiber matrix: CPR#85 Remove sub sill flashing: CPR#87 Remove window sub-sill flashing: CPR#92R1 Remove six floor drains in science labs: CPR#115 Air balancing extra trip charge: Total AEA-OCC No. 15 – Cadence McShane:

($ 3,950) ($ 485) ($ 750) ($ 3,073) ($ 500) ($ 8,758)

AEA-OCC No. 15 – BP09A Richey ES: CPR#83 Cable tray corrections: CPR#88 Delete domestic appliances: Total AEA-OCC No. 15 – Skanska:

($ 3,037) ($ 3,000) ($ 6,037)

AEA-LAD No. 01 – BP09A Richey ES: CPR#87 Add sod in lieu of hydro seed: Total AEA-LAD No. 01 – Skanska:

$ 28,373 $ 28,373

Funding is provided under the 2004 Bond Program for the BP07 and BP09A projects. We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the Allowance Expenditure Authorizations for the BP07 and BP09A projects. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19731 APPROVED Demolition of Part of Staff Development Center Located at 2220 Pasadena Blvd.

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve the demolition of Buildings B and C of the staff development center by CST Environmental in the amount of $60,000, as shown on page 199, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below. In 2007 the district purchased the former church on the property adjacent to Mae Smythe Elementary School for use as a staff development center until a proposed staff development center could be provided in the Pasadena (Summit) Center. Hurricane Ike inflicted severe damage on two of the three buildings in the complex and due to the extreme restoration cost of these areas, the Facilities and Construction Department is recommending demolition of Buildings B and C. Building A, which was the former sanctuary of the church, was relatively unharmed and will continue to be used for staff development. CST Environmental LP has submitted a proposal under their Abatement & Demolition contract with the district in the amount of $54,800 for the project and a contingency of $5,200 is recommended by the Facilities and Construction Department for a total of $60,000.

Funding will be provided by the Hurricane Ike repair fund established for funding repairs due to the storm. We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the demolition of Buildings B and C of the staff development center by CST Environmental in the amount of $60,000. Mr. Speer asked if these buildings received a lot of damage from Ike. Dr. Lewis answered that sections B & C were pretty much destroyed and not worth rebuilding. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19732 APPROVED Boundary & Topographical Survey of Garfield Elem. School for New Spark Park

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the surveying services by R. W. Patrick Associates of the Garfield Elementary School campus, as shown on page 200, Section IX of the agenda, and copied below. R. W. Patrick Associates has submitted a proposal for surveying services of the Garfield Elementary School site to assist in the design for the new Spark Park. Randall Porterfield Architects is the design firm for the project and the survey is required to assure proper layout and drainage for the project. The Facilities and Construction Department recommends approval by the Board of Trustees. Funding will be provided by the Facilities and Construction Department budget. We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve the surveying services by R. W. Patrick Associates of the Garfield Elementary School campus. Mrs. Morgan asked if this was the third park and Dr. Lewis answered that it was.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

Construction Update

Mr. Roberts expressed his appreciation for the engineering shadowing that Jacobs is doing and the fact that they are giving back. Mr. Terry Page answered that they enjoy working with the kids and that this is the third year for them to do this.

No. 19733 APPROVED Next Regular Board Meeting

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Braden, that the Board approve Tuesday, January 20, 2009, the next regular Board meeting date.

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None Meeting adjourned at 7:42 P.M.

__________________________________________________ President, Board of Trustees

___________________________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees

___________________________________________________ Date

MINUTES OF THE BOARD December 11, 2008 The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District met in special session on Thursday, December 11, 2008, at 12:00 noon in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Mr. Marshall Kendrick, presiding officer Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Frank Braden Mr. Fred Roberts Mrs. Nelda Sullivan

Board Members Absent

Mr. Jerry Speer Mrs. Carmen Orozco The presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Braden gave the Invocation; Mrs. Morgan led the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board adjourned into executive session at 12:02 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 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. The Board reconvened into open session at 12:08 P.M. and conducted the following business.

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board No. 19734 APPROVED approve the administrative personnel, as shown on addenda pages AAdministrative C, and copied below. Personnel Diaz, Judy Principal/Jensen Elementary Andrade, Martha Asst. Principal/Ritchey Elementary Pitts, Demetria Asst. Principal/Moore Elementary

Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19735 APPROVED Construction, Testing and Balancing, and Material Testing Contracts for BP24, DeZavala Middle School Additions Project

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the Construction, Testing and Balancing and Material Testing Contracts for the De Zavala Middle School Additions project to Brothers Construction, Precisionaire, and Fugro Consultants in the total amount of $3,296,397, and copied below. On November 18, 2008, the Pasadena ISD received Competitive Sealed Proposals (CSP) for the De Zavala Middle School Additions project as part of the 2004 Bond Program. The CSP Evaluations Committee identified Brothers Construction as the “Best Valued Contractor”. Additionally, proposals were received from Precisionaire for Testing and Balancing Services and Fugro Consultants for Material Testing Services and are recommended for approval for the project. The following is a summary of the contracts: Brothers Construction: Precisionaire: Fugro Consultants: Total Contracts:

$3,256,401 $ 13,680 $ 26,316 $3,296,397

Funding will be provided by the 2004 Bond Program for the BP24 project. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19736 APPROVED Allowance Expenditure Authorization (AEA) for Owner’s Construction Contingency (OCC) at Multiple 2004 Bond Projects

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve Allowance Expenditure Authorizations for the BP03A and BP05A projects. The following is a list by project and a summary of the required changes: AEA-OCC No. 13 – BP03A Dobie HS: CPR#030 Door revisions: CPR#048 Additional Terracon testing costs: CPR#054 Deduct drywall and weld connections: CPR#055 Additional Terracon testing costs: CPR#062 Correction to AEA-OCC#02: Total AEA-OCC No. 13 – State Construction:

($ 257) ($ 3,335) ($ 7,812) ($ 820) ($ 20) ($12,244)

AEA-OCC No. 33 – BP05A Lomax MS: CPR#081 Delete domestic cold water pipe:

($ 6,370)

CPR#146 Delete portion of chain link fence: Total AEA-OCC No. 33 – Skanska:

($ 862) ($ 7,232)

Funding is provided under the 2004 Bond Program for the BP03A and BP05A projects. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19737 APPROVED Demolition of the Southmore Pool and Supporting Areas

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the demolition of the Southmore Intermediate School Pool and supporting areas by ICI Construction, Inc. as part of the construction contract for the Bobby Shaw Middle School project, and copied below. Due to the age and subsequent damage during the hurricane season to the swimming pool of the old Southmore Intermediate School and the costs to refurbish the pool and the areas related to the pool, it is recommended that the building housing the facility be demolished along with the demolition of the old Southmore school. The construction contract for the Bobby Shaw Middle School contains funds for a limited scope of work in the pool area, and therefore the cost of the abatement and demolition of the pool is expected to result in a credit to the contract. That total is not completely determined at this point, but in order to facilitate the pool demolition with the Southmore demolition project we request approval to proceed with the demolition of both elements of the school as soon as possible. The final cost / credit will be submitted to the Board for approval at the January 2009 Board meeting. Mr. Kendrick asked what happens now. Dr. Lewis explained that we are looking for alternatives for our swim team. We have a tentative agreement with U of H Central Campus for PHS and Rayburn. We are also having conversations with surrounding school districts that have pools at their intermediate schools. We have not been successful so far but continue to work on it. Whatever we do will be a short term fix because it will not satisfy the program needs for the long term. It will take a bond issue to do what we need. The city of Pasadena is about to redo their pool and will soon be building a new one but not as large as the one they have now. That will present a problem as well and that is the only option we have within the City. We have used the pools at Beverly Hills, Southmore, and Strawberry Park, so we will be down to two.

Mr. Roberts asked if we had spoken to San Jacinto College. Dr. Lewis answered that we have and it is his understanding there are time conflicts involved in using their pool. He said he does believe there are solutions out there but we just have not found them yet. Mr. Kendrick asked if we have checked with the YMCA. Dr. Lewis answered that it is too small but we are looking into the one on Hwy 3. Mr. Braden asked how many students were involved. Dr. Lewis answered that there are 140. Mrs. Sullivan commented that more students would take the course if we had a pool to meet the needs. What is the cost of the demolition? Julian Garcia explained that we would receive a credit from the contractor around $100,000. Terry Page explained that it would be about $135,000. Mr. Braden commented that district wide we do not have a facility to meet the needs of the program. Dr. Lewis answered that even with Southmore we did not have a pool the size to handle a district wide meet. We could do dual meets at the Beverly Hills site and Southmore but we will now be limited. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19738 APPROVED Entering into Engagement Agreement for Legal Services with Thompson & Horton, LLP

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board approve the District enter into an engagement for legal services with Thompson & Horton LLP. I further move that the Board authorize the superintendent to sign the engagement letter with Thompson & Horton LLP, and enter into any agreement regarding the transfer of files between Thompson & Horton LLP and Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, and copied below. In an effort to provide legal services at a rate more acceptable to local school districts, Bracewell & Giuliani recently decided to split its law firm. A new law firm has been established under the direction of David Thompson and Jeff Horton. The firm includes most of the school attorneys the district has employed over the last two decades. In order to take advantage of their services, the district must sign a letter of

engagement with the new firm. The letter does not preclude the district form using Bracewell & Giuliani anytime it deems necessary. The district maintains its choice. Mr. Roberts asked for further explanation on this. Dr. Lewis explained that Bracewell & Giuliani is splitting off and Thompson & Horton will deal specifically with school law. A lot of the attorneys we use on regular bases will go with them. Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

No. 19739 APPROVED Resolution to Declare District Property as Surplus Property for the Purpose of Soliciting Bids for Sale

Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the resolution to declare the designated property as surplus property and to begin the process for soliciting bids for possible sale of the property, and copied below. The District purchased acreage at the old Gilley’s site that included 3.48 acres of frontage along Spencer Road as a site for a future middle school. The 3.48 acres represents surplus acreage that will not be needed in order to construct the school. In addition, the District received a donation of 9.64 acres on Pansy. This parcel is too small for development as a school site and is considered surplus property. In order to offer the property for auction, the Board of Trustees must declare the acreage as surplus property under Section 272.001 of the Texas Local Government Code which sets forth procedures for solicitation of bids for the sale of the property. If bids are received, the District is under no obligation to accept the bids if the value of the bids is less than the value deemed appropriate by the Board. There will be minimal costs associated with the advertising of the solicitation of bids. If sold, the funds will bolster the district’s existing fund balance.

RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District (“the District”) hereby makes the following findings in connection with District property and facilities: 1.

A.) As a result of lack of need as a school facility, the real property more particularly described as (4422 Spencer Highway, Pasadena Texas; Legal Description: approximately 3.48 acres 600’ x 253’ being a portion of Lot 22, South Houston Gardens, Section 5, Harris County, Texas) is no longer required by the District for educational purposes; B.) As a result of lack of need as a school facility, the real property more particularly described as (9.64 acres-Pansy Street, Pasadena Texas; Legal Description: Lots 31 and 32, South Houston Gardens, Section 4, Harris County, Texas) is no longer required by the District for educational purposes; and

2.

Section 272.001 of the Texas Local Government Code sets forth the procedure for solicitation of sealed bids or offers for the purchase.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, (1) that the Facility is deemed and hereby declared excess property; and (2) that the District will publicly advertise and receive sealed offers for the purchase of the Facility. Passed the _________ day of ______________________, 2008.

President, Board of Trustees Pasadena Independent School District

Attest: Secretary, Board of Trustees Pasadena Independent School District Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Braden, Roberts, Sullivan None

Announce Mr. Kendrick announced the Pasadena Independent School District Board of Board of Trustees Continuing Education Credits. This announcement Trustees will also be made at the Regular Board Meeting in February 2009. Continuing Education Update to Texas Education Code The following Board Members received the required training on the Credits dates below and are not required to attend another Update until after the Legislature meets in 2009. • Marshall Kendrick (Sept 2007) • Vickie Morgan (Oct 2007) • Jerry Ross Speer (Oct 2007) • Frank Braden (Sept 2007) • Carmen Orozco (Oct 2007) • Fred Roberts (Oct 2007) • Nelda Sullivan (Oct 2007) Team Building All Board Members and Superintendent are scheduled for this training on January 6, 2009 with Mr. Jerry Smith of CommunicAid. • Marshall Kendrick • Vickie Morgan • Jerry Ross Speer • Frank Braden • Carmen Orozco • Fred Roberts • Nelda Sullivan • Kirk Lewis Additional Continuing Education • Marshall Kendrick – exceeds requirement • Vickie Morgan – exceeds requirement • Jerry Ross Speer – exceeds requirement • Frank Braden – exceeds requirement • Carmen Orozco- lacks sufficient credits (due to illness) • Fred Roberts – exceeds requirement • Nelda Sullivan – lacks sufficient credits at this time but will exceed requirement after her GCAASB Meeting scheduled on February 4, 2009 and the TASB Winter Legal Seminar in Tyler, TX scheduled on February 17, 2009 that she is registered to attend

Records of the training received by individual board members are available for public inspection in the Superintendent’s Office. Requirements: •

Additional Continuing Education



Update to Texas Education Code Sufficient length to (after the Legislature meets)address major changes



Team Building

5 hours minimum

3 hours minimum

The Board adjourned into executive session at 12:22 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 attorneys concerning maters 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 adjourned at 12:56 P.M.

_______________________________________ President, Board of Trustees

_______________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees

_______________________________________ Date

December 16, 2008 The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District met in a special called meeting on Tuesday, December 16, 2008, at 5:30 P.M. in the Board Room of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Mr. Marshall Kendrick, President, presiding officer Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Jerry Speer Mr. Frank Braden Mr. Fred Roberts Mrs. Nelda Sullivan

Board Members Absent

Mrs. Carmen Orozco

The presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Speer gave the Invocation; Mr. Roberts led the Pledge of Allegiance. The Board adjourned at 5:35 P.M. to await the arrival of Mr. Rodriguez, of LULAC. The Board reconvened at 5:40 P.M., and conducted the following business. Employee Hearing Linda Flores

Adjournment to executive session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074 and policy DGBA (Local) to hear a Level III employee complaint presentation from Linda Flores, in closed session unless the employee requests that the matter be heard in open session. If the presentation is in open session and the employee complains about other officers or employees, the Board may conduct the presentation in closed session. Mr. Kendrick asked Ms. Flores if she preferred an open or closed hearing and she requested a closed hearing. Mr. Francisco Rodriguez, LULAC District Director, represented Ms. Flores. Paul Lamp, attorney with Feldman & Rogers, represented the Administration. The Board adjourned at 6:35 P.M. to deliberate.

The Board reconvened at 6:43 P.M. and conducted the following business. No. 19740 Motion by Mrs. Morgan, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the APPROVE Board uphold the decision the Administration set forth in the Uphold Level II Hearing. Administrative Decision Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer , Braden , Roberts, Sullivan None The Board reconvened at 6:48 P.M., and conducted the following business.

Employee Hearing Vonnie Conde

Adjournment to executive session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074 and policy DGBA (Local) to hear a Level III employee complaint presentation from Vonnie Conde, in closed session unless the employee requests that the matter be heard in open session. If the presentation is in open session and the employee complains about other officers or employees, the Board may conduct the presentation in closed session. Mr. Kendrick asked Ms. Conde if she preferred an open or closed hearing and she requested a closed hearing. Mr. Francisco Rodriguez, LULAC District Director, represented Ms. Conde. Paul Lamp, attorney with Feldman & Rogers, represented the Administration. The Board adjourned at 7:20 P.M. to deliberate. The Board reconvened at 7:28 P.M. and conducted the following business.

Motion by Mr. Speer, seconded by Mrs. Morgan, that the Board No. 19741 uphold the districts recommendation. APPROVE Uphold Administrative Decision Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer , Braden , Roberts, Sullivan None

The Board reconvened at 7:34 P.M., and conducted the following business. Employee Hearing Troy Harrison

Adjournment to executive session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.074 and policy DGBA (Local) to hear a Level III employee complaint presentation from Troy Harrison, in closed session unless the employee requests that the matter be heard in open session. If the presentation is in open session and the employee complains about other officers or employees, the Board may conduct the presentation in closed session. Mr. Kendrick asked Mr. Harrison if he preferred an open or closed hearing and he requested a closed hearing. Mr. Greg Cagle, Attorney with the Texas Municipal Police Association, represented Mr. Harrison. Paul Lamp represented the Administration. The Board adjourned at 8:00 P.M. to deliberate. The Board reconvened at 8:39 P.M. and conducted the following business.

Motion by Mr. Braden, seconded by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board No. 19742 uphold the administrations recommendation for the termination APPROVE of Mr. Harrison. Uphold Administrative Decision Yeas Noes

Trustees Kendrick, Morgan, Speer , Braden , Roberts, Sullivan None

The Board adjourned into executive session at 8:42 PM 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

The meeting adjourned at 9:05 P.M. _______________________________________________ President, Board of Trustees _______________________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees _______________________________________________ Date

MINUTES OF THE BOARD January 6, 2009

The Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District met in special session on Tuesday, January 6, 2009, at 5:30 P.M. in Room L101 of the Administration Building, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas. Board Members Present

Mr. Marshall Kendrick, presiding officer Mrs. Vickie Morgan Mr. Jerry Speer Mr. Frank Braden Mrs. Carmen Orozco Mrs. Nelda Sullivan

Board Members Absent

Mr. Fred Roberts

The presiding officer called the meeting to order; Mr. Braden gave the Invocation; Mrs. Sullivan led the Pledge of Allegiance. Team Building Worksession

Mr. Jerry Smith, of Communicaid, facilitated the Team Building Session for the Board and Superintendent.

The meeting adjourned at 7:40 P.M.

___________________________________________ President, Board of Trustees

___________________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees

___________________________________________ Date

SUBJECT:

Check Disbursements for the Month of November, 2008.

BACKGROUND:

The following pages recap the disbursements made for accounts payable and payroll for the month of November. 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.

The following is a summary of invoices paid during the month of November, 2008:

ACCUMULATED FUND CHARGES

199

LOCAL MAINTENANCE

2xx

SPECIAL REVENUE

$8,577,844.95 421,067.28

3xx 4xx 240

FOOD SERVICE

411

TECHNOLOGY FUND

119,505.11

461

ACTIVITY

135,530.83

511

DEBT SERVICE

63X

BOND SERIES 2005, 2006, 2007

691

PAY AS YOU GO

753

GROUP BENEFIT FUND

770

WORKERS COMPENSATION

863

PAYROLL

865

AGENCY TOTAL

1,762,708.59

20,964.70 2,733,192.18 0.00 166,318.23 0.00 1,182,673.70 50,723.89 $15,170,529.46

The following is a summary of payroll for the month of November, 2008:

PAYROLL

199

LOCAL MAINTENANCE

2xx

SPECIAL REVENUE

$25,254,255.27 2,242,380.08

3xx 4xx 240

FOOD SERVICE

418

TRS SUPPLEMENT

461

ACTIVITY

2,316.35

753

GROUP BENEFIT FUND

3,683.54

865

AGENCY TOTAL

702,306.20 0.00

0.00 $28,204,941.44

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/03/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/25/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 154.96 46.21 99.99 51.70 73.90 57.60 240.00 426.09 3.19 838.34 35.12 104.88 70.16 115.91 1,390.82 3,910.00 79.00 46.90 49.00 437.50 433.50 350.50 164.00 3,320.50 395.00 733.50 8,277.30 1,215.50 31.07 630.68 625.59 705.56 19,187.50 6,245.86 746.50 157.11 1,275.62 254.42 31.22 37.85 58.99 306.50 3,011.79 2,383.80 476.00 1,677.50 860.64 600.21 135.48 101,219.32

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VENDOR NAME 11X17 INC 21ST MORTGAGE CORP 99 CENT ONLY STORES 9ER'S GRILL 9ER'S GRILL 9ER'S GRILL A A T G A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C R SUPPLY INC A C R SUPPLY INC A C R SUPPLY INC A M C MUSIC A M C MUSIC A PHOTO IDENTIFICATION A S C D A S C D A S C D A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A T & T A T & T A T & T A T & T LONG DISTANCE A T & T MOBILITY A T P E ABATIX ENVIRONMENTAL ABBOTT NUTRITION ABBOTT NUTRITION ABILITATIONS ABUNDIA MEDRANO ABUNDIA MEDRANO ACADEMY / PASADENA STORE ACCURINT / SEISINT INC ACE IMAGE WEAR ACE IMAGE WEAR ACE T-SHIRTS ACME ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE IN ACT PIPE AND SUPPLY INC ADAM MALEK ADAM MALEK ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS, INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/04/08 11/09/08 11/12/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/21/08

CK-AMOUNT 767.08 4,590.00 2,503.20 177.50 840.40 1,448.00 13,723.00 392.00 240.38 815.42 587.90 2,225.27 3,600.00 3,821.06 87.92 129.45 136.72 125.00 500.00 325.48 434.30 358.45 1,155.05 120.20 9,790.06 3,795.00 92.27 24.46 786.90 82.40 3,150.00 116.25 40.00 185.45 568.00 975.00 309.00 357.50 250.00 109.90 147.37 56.00 168.00 140.00 80.00 77.59 32.99 14,372.92 1,035.21 22.23

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VENDOR NAME ADMIRAL GLASS & MIRROR ADMIRAL GLASS & MIRROR ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS OF ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS OF ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS OF ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED OFFICE SYSTEMS AHA PROCESS, INCORPORATED AIMEE ALEXIS BUTLER AIMEE SCHULTZ AIMEE SCHULTZ AIMEE SCHULTZ AIMEE SMALL AIMEE SMALL AIMEE SMALL AIMS EDUCATION FOUNDATION AIMS EDUCATION FOUNDATION AIMS EDUCATION FOUNDATION AIR FILTERS, INC AIR FILTERS, INC AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AIRGAS SOUTHWEST ALA GRAPHICS ALARM SECURITY GROUP LLC ALARM SECURITY GROUP LLC ALDINE I S D ALDO FRANCISCO PRADO ALL START ALLDATA ALLSTATE SIGN & PLAQUE ALLSTATE SIGN & PLAQUE ALMA N. QUIROGA AL'S FORMAL WEAR INC ALTA NUTE ALVIN C SIMMONS JR ALVIN C SIMMONS JR ALVIN C SIMMONS JR ALVIN HIGH SCHOOL ALWIN LYNN BURGESS ALYTA TENGASANTOS HARRELL AM HERIT LIFE INS AM HERIT LIFE INS CRITICAL AMANDA MARTINEZ

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/18/08 11/13/08 11/06/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/11/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/24/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/05/08 11/13/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/07/08

CK-AMOUNT 122.22 62.37 45.80 65.00 738.52 76.00 19.95 19.95 19.95 134.99 242.00 285.59 194.70 132.64 206.55 35.36 559.13 145.24 235.00 52.64 196.45 200.00 170.47 217.67 67.76 78.99 160.00 80.00 423.54 475.78 62.95 91.70 270.00 375.00 270.00 39.38 300.00 84.50 66.95 139.50 247.25 144.00 40.00 4,544.85 136.00 787.50 102.44 108.81 119.74 405.63

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VENDOR NAME AMAZON.COM AMBER RENE GONZALES AMERICAN ASSN OF NOTARIES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEACHE AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY AMERICAN CERAMIC SUPPLY CO AMERICAN LEGACY PUBLISHING AMERICAN LEGACY PUBLISHING AMERICAN LEGACY PUBLISHING AMERICAN RED CROSS AMERICAN VENDING & SCHOOL SUP AMSCO SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS INC AMSTERDAM PRINTING AND LITHO AMSTERDAM PRINTING AND LITHO AMSTERDAM PRINTING AND LITHO AMY CROWDER AMY HADDICAN AMY KAYE KIEL ANA GLORIA GUILLEN ANA SEGULIN ANA SEGULIN ANDERIA TROUTMAN ANDREW CANTU ANGEL A LOZANO DBA ANGELA MICHELLE BAKER ANGELA STALLINGS ANGLETON HIGH SCHOOL ANGLETON HIGH SCHOOL ANITA G LAFLEUR ANNE REGIER ANNE REGIER ANTHONY J GOMEZ ANTONIO ALMENDARES ANTONIO ALMENDARES ANTONIO ALMENDARES ANTONIO ESCOBAR ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE APACHE OIL COMPANY APOLLO SIGN & T-SHIRT APOLLO SIGN & T-SHIRT APOLLO SIGN & T-SHIRT ARDETH K BRODIE ARDETH K BRODIE ARMANDINA SAENZ ARMSTRONG REPAIR CENTER INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/06/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/11/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/25/08 11/07/08

CK-AMOUNT 968.24 310.00 170.00 18.90 100.00 125.00 125.00 300.00 37,999.10 12,690.60 3,093.27 270.40 825.07 3,953.30 73.31 82.00 244.85 24.24 116.65 75.70 130.00 8,187.70 162.50 2,100.00 1,145.75 3,247.70 115.00 59.00 1,029.66 48.29 583.92 81.94 117.65 135.45 196.94 219.95 374.45 27.38 2,071.41 323.98 920.00 123.43 320.35 73.87 150.00 536.43 219.30 30,354.02 12,394.39 170.47

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VENDOR NAME ARMSTRONG REPAIR CENTER INC ARNECIA HARRIS ARNECIA HARRIS ARNOLD MAGANA ART ALEMAN ART ALEMAN ART ALEMAN ASCEND EDUCATION ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AT & T CAPITAL SERVICES INC AT & T CAPITAL SERVICES INC ATICO INTERNATIONAL ATLANTIC EXPRESS CORP ATLAS PEN & PENCIL CORP AUDIO VISUAL AIDS CORP AUDIO VISUAL SPECIALISTS AUDRA RAMOS AUGUSTA CLOYD AUGUSTA CLOYD AVES AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS INC AVES AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS INC AWESOME EVENTS AWESOME EVENTS AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYUB MOKARZEL AYUB MOKARZEL B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO AUDIO B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO AUDIO B M I EDUCATIONAL SERVICES B S N CORP B S N CORP BACKFLOW TRAINING ASSOCIATES BADGE 703 SALES BAHRAM BABA BEHZADPOUR BALDINA NUNEZ BALFOUR COMPANY BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHERS BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHERS BANK OF AMERICA BANK OF AMERICA BANSAL, AMIT K MD

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/10/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/03/08 11/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 59.76 21.44 93.59 92.48 13.80 54.96 143.91 1,287.00 994.50 192.48 142.00 78,359.00 17,811.63 299.22 87.60 235.35 100.00 3,749.38 1,153.30 2,765.22 382.96 185.78 129.89 451.26 10,240.00 921.60 21.65 7,255.86 80.00 305.85 14.63 30.71 96.00 105.00 47.13 10.99 70.00 252.00 252.00 14.58 264.98 1,394.69 120.76 76.75 1,162.50 2,924.50 180.00 120.00 79.83 64.00

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VENDOR NAME BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA L FUQUA BARBARA PETTIS BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS INC BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS INC BARCLAY BLOCKS BARMORE INSURANCE AGENCY INC BARMORE INSURANCE AGENCY INC BARMORE INSURANCE AGENCY INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARRON A DEMINGS BARRY COFER BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PARTS BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PARTS BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PARTS BATH & BODY WORKS #1276 BATRES RENE BAUDVILLE INC BAYFRONT INN - CORPUS CHRISTI BAYSIDE PLUMBING SERVICES BAYWOOD COUNTRY CLUB BEAU MILLER BEAZER HOMES TEXAS LP BED BATH AND BEYOND BEERGAS COMPANY BELINDA GARZA BELINDA GARZA BELLAIRE HIGH SCHOOL BENJAMIN CARL SCHAEFER BERKELEY CAPITAL LTD BERROSPES, PRIMITIVO & CLARA BERTHA ALICIA GARZA BERTHA BLEDSOE BERTHA BLEDSOE BERUMEN, ADAN & MARIE E BEST BUY GOV/ED LLC BEST BUY GOV/ED LLC BEVELY FLANNEL BEVERLY JO KRELL BIG Z LUMBER BIG Z LUMBER BILLY G RIPLEY BILLY G RIPLEY BILLYE SMITH BILLY'S DONUTS

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/17/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/18/08 11/17/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/25/08 11/11/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/25/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08

CK-AMOUNT 65.50 65.00 115.50 521.47 371.19 1,332.13 20,340.41 4,512.50 9,698.41 206.93 1,550.00 182.82 328.88 100.19 76,779.21 78,235.60 59,476.61 14,920.40 3,586.92 605.00 42,502.15 2,717.65 80,103.35 1,366.95 124.70 36,823.92 2,710.19 105.66 40.00 40.00 125.00 2,200.00 2,750.78 3.95 248.63 265.87 1,856.00 308.35 402.80 64,961.76 18,677.19 86.93 61.63 55.97 857.50 28,078.40 18,372.00 2,357.13 672.96 123.05

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VENDOR NAME BILLY'S DONUTS BILLY'S DONUTS BILLY'S DONUTS BIO CORPORATION BLACK-EYED PEA BLACK-EYED PEA BLOCK VISION OF TEXAS, INC BLUE BELL CREAMERIES, LP BLUE BELL CREAMERIES, LP BOBBY DARRELL COTTON BOBBY J SMITH BONNIE ALEXANDER BOOSTERS INC BOOSTERS INC BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOTTOMLINE TECHNOLOGIES BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOKS INC BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOKS INC BOUQUETS BY BETTY BRACEWELL & GIULIANI, LLP BRADY HULL & ASSOCIATES BRANDON SCOTT DAVIS BRAZOSPORT ISD BRAZOSPORT ISD BRAZOSWOOD GOLF BOOSTER CLUB BRENDA PARTRIDGE BRINK'S INCORPORATED BRODART COMPANY BRODART COMPANY BROOKE ELAINE LAURA BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC BROTHERS CONTRACTING PARTNERS BROTHERS CONTRACTING PARTNERS BRULINDA A PFANNES BRYAN AXTELL BRYAN S BRADLEY BUCK SNIDER BUCKEYE CLEANING CENTERS BUCKEYE CLEANING CENTERS BUCKSTAFF COMPANY BUDGET DEPARTMENT, MISC EXP BUMPERS TO GO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/17/08 11/11/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/19/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/24/08 11/03/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/03/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/21/08

CK-AMOUNT 38.00 185.00 1,564.50 69.95 109.95 529.33 198.00 18.00 180.00 162.00 500.00 112.12 123.75 235.00 498.75 40.00 100.00 4,390.00 67.05 6,929.06 53.45 210.00 112.00 102.82 69.42 4,178.76 100.00 100.00 317.66 3,212.25 16,722.00 2,109,850.00 107.95 491.80 1,100.25 1,979.25 292.57 1,504.00 145.07 110.10 36.84 94.97 171.07 66.23 31.95 18.72 91.49 94.79 94.83 211.19

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VENDOR NAME BURBANK BARREL & DRUM BUREAU OF EDUCATION & RESEARCH BUREAU OF EDUCATION & RESEARCH BURLESON FLORIST BURLESON FLORIST BURNS PUMP SERVICE INC BUSINESS PROF OF AMERICA BUSINESS PROF OF AMERICA BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMER BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMER BUSTERS BAR-B-QUE BUSTERS BAR-B-QUE BUSTERS BAR-B-QUE BUSTERS BAR-B-QUE C C V SOFTWARE C E KING HIGH SCHOOL C N A SURETY C S T ENVIRONMENTAL INC CAI, TRAN CHRISTINE CALDER TESTERS INC CALENDARS CALICO INDUSTRIES INC CALICO INDUSTRIES INC CALVIN R HENDERSON CALVIN R HENDERSON CAMDEN PLAZA HOTEL CAMPUS IMPRESSIONS USA LP CAMPUS IMPRESSIONS USA LP CANDACE AHLFINGER CANDLES & MORE INC CANNON SPORTS CAPITAL BUS SALES & SVC OF TEX CAPPS RENT-A-CAR INC CAPPS RENT-A-CAR INC CAPSTONE PRESS INC CAPSTONE PRESS INC CARDENAS, MARIA E CAREER SOLUTIONS PUBLISHING CARLOS LUIS CARLOS ROBERT TORRES, III CARMEN DOMINGUEZ CAROL LYNN BAIRD CAROL SUE GILBERT CAROL SUE GILBERT CAROL SUE GILBERT CAROLE HELMLE CAROLYN A ELENDER CAROLYN A ELENDER CAROLYN A ELENDER CAROLYN HEADBERG

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/10/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/25/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 540.40 241.02 559.86 185.90 123.55 11,085.15 305.49 305.50 246.72 490.03 29.90 88.92 156.21 567.42 131.99 228.21 220.73 17,557.75 4,093.36 4,633.55 72.74 700.00 31,459.69 321.10 46.37 29.26 54.25 1,412.58 110.48 149.50 250.00 74.98 124.46 4,428.35 2,245.85 335.50 8,400.00 9,504.00 19,008.00 39,074.00 20,171.00 419.27 422.51 827.76 871.13 78.78 330.85 247.50 7,325.40 50.00

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VENDOR NAME CAROLYN MASHBURN CAROLYN PRESTON CARQUEST AUTO PARTS CARQUEST AUTO PARTS CARRIE JOYCE GEIER CARRIER CORPORATION CARRIER CORPORATION CARRIER CORPORATION CARRINGTON MORTGAGE SERVICES CASHIER, P I S D CASHIER, P I S D CATHERINE ANN JABLONSKI CATHERINE R HOUSTON CATHERINE R HOUSTON CATHERINE SUE DANNA CATHLEEN PADDEN CAVAZOS, IRACEMA M CENGAGE LEARNING CENGAGE LEARNING CENTER AMERICA PROP TR INC CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTEX HOMES CENTRAL HARDWARE INC CENTRAL HARDWARE INC CENTURY ASPHALT LTD CENTURY, INC CEOLA D HUTSON CERTIFIED LABORATORIES CHAD DWIGHT BARRETT CHADRICK SENNETTE CHADRICK SENNETTE CHALKS TRUCK PARTS INC CHALKS TRUCK PARTS INC CHALKS TRUCK PARTS INC CHAMPION TOUR & EVENTS, INC CHAMPIONS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM CHAMPIONS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM CHANG, THERESA CHANG, THERESA CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY INC CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY INC CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY INC CHANNING BETE COMPANY INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARLES ATCHISON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/17/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/17/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/25/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 210.00 105.00 6.00 102.30 444.22 715.00 10,055.50 18,074.03 19,838.42 51.48 128.22 297.36 180.00 273.50 119.81 122.00 167.25 71.00 169.96 106.50 106.50 144.00 79.40 76.10 77.59 100.00 250.00 50.00 50.00 34.40 416.00 141.82 85.00 150.00 84.59 503.00 251.50 730.70 491.85 41.88 360.00 720.00 26,634.06 10,607.34 727.00 225.00 1,078.02 333.23 461.43 3,764.06

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VENDOR NAME CHARLES DAVIS CHARLES RAYBORN CHARLIE RIGGS CHARLOTTE SPENCER CHAVARRIA, LEONOR A & CHEER ALL OUT CHEFS PRODUCE CHEFS PRODUCE CHEFS PRODUCE CHERYL ANN PARK CHERYL COX EDU CONSULTANTS CHICAGO TITLE 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 CHRIS FINKLEA CHRIS L GREEN CHRIS L GREEN CHRIS TOUCHETTE CHRISTOPHER MAUPIN CHRISTY MAXWELL CHRISTY'S SNOW VILLAGE CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CINDY K ZAID CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CIRCLE SAW BUILDERS SUPPLY INC CITY OF HOUSTON - PERMIT DEPT CITY OF HOUSTON - PLANNING CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER DEPT CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA - CONTROLLER CITY OF SO HOUSTON - WATER DPT CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CITY SUPPLY CO, INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/18/08 11/14/08 11/10/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/06/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 8,793.46 1,021.70 339.75 5,706.16 310.68 90.00 1,450.81 40.00 160.00 40.00 130.00 40.00 40.00 255.00 1,115.00 150.00 150.61 50.00 126.70 122.00 2,030.00 345.00 9,691.00 492.30 79.95 79.95 129.26 79.95 123.00 159.75 31.37 11,665.83 50.00 635.96 177.00 100.07 471.60 215.00 371.03 34.90 176.56 182.97 200.00 325.00 250.00 190.00 3,974.25 275.00 165.00 422.33

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VENDOR NAME CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CLARENCE LEE ELLIS CLARKE DISTRIBUTING CO CLASSROOM DIRECT CLAUDIA GARZA CLEAR BROOK CITY M.U.D. CLEAR BROOK HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR BROOK HIGH SCHOOL - GOLF CLEAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR CREEK ISD CLEAR CREEK ISD CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR SPRING HIGH SCHOOL CLIFFORD ALVIN HUNTOON JR CLIFFORD ALVIN HUNTOON JR CLINT THORNTON COCA-COLA ENTERPRISES COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGE FLAGS & BANNERS CO. COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES COMPLETE ATHLETE COMPLETE LINE GLASS WHOLESALER COMPLETE LINE GLASS WHOLESALER CONROE TENNIS BOOSTER CLUB CONTINENTAL BATTERY CORP CONTINENTAL MATHEMATICS LEAGUE CONTROL SOLUTIONS INC CONTROL SOLUTIONS INC CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES CORDOVA, SILVIA CORWIN PRESS INC CORY BRUNSON CORY BRUNSON CRAIG COREY CRAIG COREY CRAIG COREY CREATIVE MATHEMATICS CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING CREATIVE SOLUTIONS CREATIVE THERAPY STORE CRIOLLO, ANA R &

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/11/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/24/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 1,887.84 235.00 31.73 59.99 184.91 940.94 45.85 105.00 169.35 28.41 104.00 28.75 266.73 15.00 159.00 35.99 272.37 555.31 485.04 1,113.73 3,241.80 2,367.24 609.95 24.99 225.00 10.53 105.89 145.00 48.00 414.77 642.69 120.00 7,948.80 0.55 106.00 72.00 109.00 51.00 51.71 105.00 50.00 250.00 134.55 100.00 100.00 50.00 2,773.04 2,773.04 62.31 128.12

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VENDOR NAME CRISIS PREVENTION INSTITUTE IN CROSBY HIGH SCHOOL CRYSTAL DAVIS CRYSTAL DAVIS CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC CURTIS GERROD GRAHAM CURTIS SIMMONS CYNTHIA A LOCKE CYNTHIA A LOCKE CYNTHIA A WRIGHT CYNTHIA ANN BARNSTABLE CYNTHIA CORONADO CYNTHIA GUERRERO CYNTHIA LAVET ATKINS CYNTHIA LAVET ATKINS CYNTHIA PRATT-PENA D F SALES D F SALES D F SALES D L B EDUCATIONAL CORP D L B EDUCATIONAL CORP D L B EDUCATIONAL CORP DAIRY QUEEN DANA G JENKINS DANA J TARTER DANA J TARTER DANA J TARTER DANA L GARRISON DANA L SWANSON DANIEL GERARD CONNOLLY DANNY M ROARK DANSBY & MILLER ARCHITECTS DANSBY & MILLER ARCHITECTS DARDON ANN HAYTER DARDON ANN HAYTER DARDON ANN HAYTER DARDON ANN HAYTER DARLENE DAVIS DARYL GERKEN DARYL JOHNSON DAVID A GRAY DAVID AARON WHITE DAVID B BERGERON JR DAVID B BERGERON JR DAVID B BERGERON JR DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID L JONES DAVID LAZENBY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/06/08 11/06/08 11/12/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/17/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/17/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/06/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 200.00 200.00 250.00 100.00 75.29 1,774.33 6,502.19 494.00 221.89 136.00 333.86 1,115.16 5,121.60 25,812.48 653.33 67.92 68.39 116.79 446.47 27.56 99.99 1,053.26 13.20 76.79 81.00 90.09 56.10 200.00 480.00 320.00 58.80 74.20 95.92 60.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 196.49 2,559.73 539.54 20.56 200.00 70.00 70.00 122.00 124.68 1,751.26 35,713.11 59,057.10 16,080.45

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VENDOR NAME DAVID LYNN TAMEZ DAVID LYNN TAMEZ DAVID LYNN TAMEZ DAVID WHITE DAVID WINBORN DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIS & STANTON DAVIS JERRY & LORIE DAYONE PUBLISHING DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEANNA KAY MCBRIDE DEBBIE BARRETT DEBBIE BARRETT DEBBIE BARRETT DEBORAH L JAMES DEBORAH L JAMES DEBORAH SAWYER DEBORAH SCHEFFER DEBORAH VANDERHOEF DEBRA J SEYFANG DEBRA KRAMPEN DEBRA LYNN SULLIVAN DECA - DISTRICT 3 DECA - DISTRICT 3 DECA IMAGES DECKER EQUIPMENT DECKER EQUIPMENT DEENA HILL, ED.D DEER PARK GOLF BOOSTER CLUB DEER PARK HIGH SCHOOL DEER PARK I S D DEER PARK I S D DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK RENTAL & SALES, INC DELBERT W TEUTSCH DELBERT W TEUTSCH DELBERT W TEUTSCH DELEGARD TOOL CO DELEGARD TOOL CO DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/25/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/11/08

CK-AMOUNT 103,561.18 21.94 481.47 110.26 42.25 510.42 183.31 2,101.09 695.00 564.26 77.27 262.00 238.00 122.00 25.00 50.00 50.28 525.00 241.26 154.10 139.00 82,659.68 89.00 21.84 250.00 690.00 55.10 150.00 47.94 31.39 59.00 76.99 81.00 101.46 99.95 61.26 201.18 324.40 1,586.25 84.40 75,241.26 871,115.82 609.89 11.00 150.00 91.00 200.00 125.00 125.00 361.50

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VENDOR NAME DELL MARKETING L P DELORES LYNN WHITESIDE DELTA MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DEMIDEC RESOURCES DENISE MOODY DENISE RIDGWAY DENNIS HAYTER DENNIS HAYTER DENNIS HAYTER DENNIS W TEICHELMAN DENNIS W TEICHELMAN DENNIS YOUNG DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT,MISC EXP DEREK VAUGHN SANDERS DEVELOPMENTAL RESOURCES, INC. DEXTER D JOYNER DIANA GOMEZ DIANA GOMEZ DIANA HARO DIANE A VEALE DIANE L. PINE DIANE LUCILLE RIDGWAY DIANE MARSALIS DIANE MARSALIS DIANIRA GARCIA DIANNA HOKE WALKER DILA CECILIA YARBROUGH DINA K GARRETT DINA K GARRETT DINA K GARRETT DINA K GARRETT DINAH-MIGHT ADVENTURES, INC DINAH-MIGHT ADVENTURES, INC DIRECT ADVANTAGE DIRECT ENERGY MARKETING, INC. DIRECT ENERGY MARKETING, INC. DOBIE HIGH SCHOOL, MISC EXP DOLLAR GENERAL STORE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOMINICK REZZA, II DOMINICK REZZA, II DOMINICK REZZA, II DOMINOS PIZZA

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 88.04 81.69 72.18 222.70 225.00 29.40 6.60 217.00 89.00 58.50 846.00 300.00 3,615.00 547.50 3,108.48 374.30 25.00 502.50 135.00 105.00 135.00 581.04 761.40 296.51 1,502.73 1,606.00 318.39 749.25 1,950.00 2,196.00 56.55 1,395.00 538.21 28,170.72 193.50 317.30 190.88 71.97 139.94 104.85 123.53 35.20 1,780.34 267.70 167.40 1,586.00 246.40 2,439.36 19,214.00 50.00

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VENDOR NAME DONALD DEAN DONALD R BILBO SR DONALD RAY SHELVIN DONNA ALSDORF DONNA G MORIN DONNA L SUMMERS DONNA L SUMMERS DONUT HEAVEN DONUT HEAVEN DONUT WHEEL DORIAN BUSINESS SYSTEMS DORIS KEENER DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DRAPHIX DRUG SCREENS ETC DWAYNE L SILLS DWAYNE L SILLS DWAYNE L SILLS DWAYNE L SILLS DYNASTUDY, INC DYNASTUDY, INC E C S LEARNING SYSTEMS INC E C S LEARNING SYSTEMS INC E F S FUNDRAISERS E T A / CUISENAIRE E T A / CUISENAIRE E T A / CUISENAIRE EAGLE BRUSH & CHEMICAL INC EARL E BENNETT JR EBSCO PUBLISHING ECOLAB ECOLAB ECOLAB ECOLAB/GCS SERVICES, INC ECOLAB/GCS SERVICES, INC EDGAR LOPEZ EDHELPER EDUCATION CENTER INC EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SERVICE EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SERVICE EDUCOM CONSULTING GROUP EDWARD U DESTEFANO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/03/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/11/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/11/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/11/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/24/08

CK-AMOUNT 103.92 110.00 50.00 32.10 36.86 120.75 308.12 162.05 750.00 219.00 246.29 201.24 96.00 109.75 60.00 70.00 93.95 152.00 58.00 110.00 1,261.21 29.85 11.95 33.81 2,202.23 1,401.77 360.00 89.41 245.79 154.00 247.50 87.82 26.28 24.13 83.50 21,695.00 50.00 68.31 273.10 18.99 87.38 1,166.77 3,217.50 2,673.00 6,930.00 3,416.16 279.90 2,402.90 3,259.22 66.00

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VENDOR NAME EINSTEIN BROS BAGELS EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL ELAINE DELANCY ELEANOR R MANRY ELEANOR R MANRY ELEVATOR TRANSPORTATION ELIZABETH AGNES GEORGE ELIZABETH LALOR ELIZABETH VELA ELLEN CRONIN-MORELAND ELLEN DEEANN POWELL ELLISON EDUCATIONAL EQUIPMENT EMILY COOPER EMILY EILEEN ADAIR EMMA CRUZ ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED LEARNING ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA INC ENGRAPHICS ENGRAPHICS ENGRAPHICS ENTENMANN-ROVIN COMPANY ENTERPRISE LEASING COMPANY & ENTERTAINMENT PUBLICATIONS INC ERIC ARMIN INC ERIC ARMIN INC ERICA REYNA ERICA REYNA ERICK HUERTA ERIKA ALVERSON ERIN RICHARDSON ERNESTO ESCUDERO - U MIX CAFE ESCHOOL SOLUTIONS EUGENE P BEREK EUGENE P BEREK EUGENIA DIANE BARNES EVAN-MOOR CORPORATION EVAN-MOOR CORPORATION EVANS, JOHN R EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCTS EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCTS EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCTS EXPRESS IMAGE PAPER COMPANY EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION FACTS ON FILE INC FAIRMONT JEWELRY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/03/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 1,623.00 348.88 202.67 444.28 144.97 16.37 6,312.15 4,097.15 3,592.80 1,191.65 182.83 62.47 418.70 433.42 590.00 248.04 221.02 100.00 30.00 2,008.88 35.28 14.64 971.00 350.00 217.23 1,150.00 92.27 19.90 200.00 350.00 250.00 233.07 36.86 50.00 230.95 18.00 60.64 55.34 69.36 137.07 8,109.60 821.58 441.56 335.00 80.00 18,735.05 225.00 500.00 1,912.80 45.00

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VENDOR NAME FAIRWAY SUPPLY INC FAIRWAY SUPPLY INC FALLAS PAREDES FEDEX FEDEX FEDEX FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRIS & GROVER FIESTA MART FIRST AMERICAN R/E TAX SERVICE FIRST AMERICAN R/E TAX SERVICE FIRST SOURCE FIRST SOURCE FIRST TO THE FINISH FISHER SCIENTIFIC FLEMING INSTRUMENT REPAIR FLOOR & DECOR FLOWERS & CO FLOWERS & CO FLOWERS FOR YOU FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES FOOD TOWN FOODARAMA FORDE-FERIER EDUCATIONAL FOTOFEST FOUR IMPRINT FOX HUNT LAND RESEARCH SERVICE FRAN SIMMONS FRAN SIMMONS FRANCISCO BENGOCHEA FRANCISCO BENGOCHEA FRANCISCO BENGOCHEA FRANCO, SYLVIA FRANK BRADEN FRANK CASTRO JR FRANKELS COSTUME CO INC FRANKLIN COMMUNICATINS FRANKLIN COVEY FRED SKILLERN FRED SKILLERN FREDERICK RATLIFF FRESH COUNTRY FUND RAISING FREY SCIENTIFIC CO FRIAS, NICHOLAS FRIENDS OF HOUSTON PUBLIC FRIENDSWOOD JUNIOR HIGH SOUTH FUGRO CONSULTANTS, LP FUNTYME RENTALS LLC G F EDUCATOR'S INC G J LAFAVERS & CO G T M SERVICES

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/04/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/09/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/03/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/24/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 129.98 58,077.00 22,620.00 80.32 76.63 40.00 50.00 330.00 292.30 3,173.60 177.02 424.00 151.82 57.00 56.00 6,674.00 151.16 135.62 104.72 375.00 125.00 92.37 364.24 90.54 50.00 200.00 500.00 88.88 84.93 250.00 135.00 347,031.43 313,483.52 476,829.39 200,513.10 11,520.00 492.80 145.88 266.92 432.65 120.00 100.00 50.00 286.46 25,532.62 166.35 466.31 1,560.00 497.31 2,641.04

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VENDOR NAME GABBY'S BAR B Q GAGE ROOFING & CONSTRUCTORS GAGGLE NET INC. GAIL WARD GAIL WARD GALENA PARK I S D GALLERY FLOWERS AND GARDEN CTR GALVESTON ISLE ORCHESTRA FESTI GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GARCIA, FRANK A GARCIA, JUAN & SAN JUANA GARDEN RIDGE GARDNER & MARTIN GARDNER & MARTIN GARRATT-CALLAHAN COMPANY GARY GODWIN GAYLN BLINKA GAYLORD BROS INC GCASE GCASE LAW CONFERENCE GENE TOULOUZA GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION GENUINE PARTS CO GEORGE DECKERT GEORGE HESTER GEORGE HESTER GEORGE WONG GEORGE WONG GEORGETOWN ISD GERALD THOMAS BREYMEYER GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLOBAL LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS GOLDEN CHILD RESOURCES GOMEZ, JAIRO & DAISY GONZALEZ, LEONARDO GONZALEZ, LUIS L GOOSE CREEK C I S D GOOSE CREEK C I S D GOOSE CREEK C I S D GOPHER GOPHER GOPHER GOPHER GOURMET GIFTS INC GRAPHIC EDGE GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/03/08 11/16/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/03/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08

CK-AMOUNT 23.12 1,151.00 2,015.00 92.14 96.38 205.92 16.30 20,196.00 1,995.00 80.82 203.92 180.00 434,150.50 435,185.50 526.50 654.00 3,077.75 1,745.00 418.55 1,131.95 56.04 10.00 32.92 18.44 35.92 30.00 3,020.00 673.31 169.00 108.53 351.53 45.44 109.71 1,502.82 2,048.81 41,643.20 404.00 68.60 5,000.00 1,920.00 200.00 2,900.00 35.00 695.00 216.00 19.97 123.00 67.46 61.32 307.53

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VENDOR NAME GRAYS, PERCY GREAT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITIES GREAT SOUTHWEST PAPER CO GREG ARRANT GREGORY A TUCKER GREGORY H JONES GREMMINGER, JIMMY DEAN GROLIER ONLINE GUIDANCE SOFTWARE,INC GUILLERMO TELLEZ GUITAR CENTER GULF COAST DRUM CORPS ASSOC Gulf Coast Ed Fed CU Gulf Coast Ed Fed CU GULF COAST SPECIALTIES GULF COAST SPECIALTIES GULF COAST SPECIALTIES GULF COAST TROPHIES INC GUMDROP BOOKS GUSTAFSON MANUFACTURING CO INC 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 T E COMPRESSORS INC HAAN CRAFTS HAL BOWMAN PROFESSIONAL DEVELO HAMPTON-BROWN COMPANY HAMPTON-BROWN COMPANY HANCOCK FABRIC #1530 HANCOCK FABRIC #1530 HARCOURT ACHIEVE HARCOURT ACHIEVE HARLAND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES HARLAND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES HAROLD E THOMAS HARRIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC. HARRIS COUNTY TOLL ROAD AUTHOR HARRY K WONG PUBLICATIONS HARVEY ZUNIGA HATTIE BRITT HATTIE BRITT HAYDEN, SHIRLEY M

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/11/08 11/13/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 1,340.00 179.94 482.90 59.23 122.81 934.77 351.14 670.00 351.14 421.65 252.80 47.55 5.95 392.00 200.00 2,783.61 45.72 262.50 120.00 127.50 50.00 94.04 60.49 468.00 19.19 400.00 500.00 141.57 554.92 295.95 85.00 69.41 141.04 87.60 464.04 53.96 129.22 13.43 54.85 113.40 416.43 686.94 216.67 52.80 927.01 33.82 9.53 41.59 11.99 87.86

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VENDOR NAME HEALTH OCCUPATION STUDENTS OF HEAVY DUTY BUS PARTS INC HEAVY DUTY BUS PARTS INC HEIDI LOVEJOY HEIDI LOVEJOY HEIGHTS ARMATURE WORKS INC HEIGHTS ARMATURE WORKS INC HEIGHTS ARMATURE WORKS INC HEIGHTS ARMATURE WORKS INC HEINEMANN EDUCATIONAL BOOKS HEINEMANN EDUCATIONAL BOOKS HEINEMANN WORKSHOPS HELEN DRAB HENRY AND SONS DUMP TRUCK SVC HENRY AND SONS DUMP TRUCK SVC HENRY SCHEIN INC HENRY SCHEIN INC HERBERT GILBERT HERBERT GILBERT HERBERT GILBERT HERNANDO OMAR SALGADO HERNANDO OMAR SALGADO HERNANDO OMAR SALGADO HIGHPOINT SANITARY SUPPLIES HIGHSMITH INC HILL STREET BLUES DANCE EDU HILL STREET BLUES DANCE EDU HILLARY WOEST HILTI INC HILTON - ARLINGTON HISPANIC FAMILY INITIATIVE HOBART CORPORATION HOBART CORPORATION HOBART CORPORATION HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS - MCALLEN HOLLAND MARK HOLLISTER ENTERPRISES, INC HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/17/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/24/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 78.85 29.53 352.18 249.00 59.82 5.17 60.69 46.47 1,786.05 48.00 2,512.50 200.00 2,375.75 1,047.84 2,375.75 68,421.65 1,093.76 996.52 219.98 16.47 431.00 930.00 1,232.12 364.00 944.00 150.00 260,152.00 118.00 260.00 295.25 9,583.93 61.00 289.00 262.80 368.15 378.20 112.00 140.00 125.00 75.00 582.54 31.92 11.97 100.97 55.99 395.00 30.15 3,699.55 3,093.27 3,760.81

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VENDOR NAME HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE HOPE FOUNDATION HOSA TA HOUSTON BALLET HOUSTON BAPTIST UNIVERSITY HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO HOUSTON COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER HOUSTON FREIGHTLINER HOUSTON GARDEN CENTERS HOUSTON PLATING & COATINGS HOUSTON RADIATOR HOUSTON RADIATOR HOUSTON SWEEPERS HOUSTON SYMPHONY EDUC DEPT HOUSTON ZOO, INC HUGH O'BRIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP I C I CONSTRUCTION, INC IBARRA, MARIA ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING IDEA ART IDEX IDVILLE, INC. IDVILLE, INC. IMAGE MARKET IMAGE MARKET IMAGESTUFF.COM INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INDUSTRIAL AIR TOOL INDUSTRIAL AIR TOOL INDUSTRIAL AIR TOOL INSECT LORE PRODUCTS INC INTEGRATIONS INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF HOUSTON INTERSTATE MUSIC SUPPLY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/12/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/17/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/13/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/11/08 11/05/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 582.02 2,074.70 820.40 151.20 3,445.12 139.37 22.57 370.00 445.00 224.48 110.76 116.83 116.83 15.80 66.00 395.87 8,250.00 95.94 7,479.08 1,299.85 931.65 1,942.89 1,875.00 30.65 99,783.00 421.47 130.83 304.21 450.00 120.00 95.00 35.00 88.92 135.05 155.39 95.00 50.00 100.00 270.00 270.00 2,960.00 76.05 78.22 100.00 329.13 31.20 23.99 214.56 854.50 100.00

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VENDOR NAME INTERSTATE MUSIC SUPPLY INX INC INX INC INX INC INX INC IRIS BELIA MUNOZ IRIS L TORRES DBA IRS - AUSTIN IRS - AUSTIN IRS - BENSALEM IRS - BENSALEM IRS - HOUSTON IRS - HOUSTON ISABEL ATKINS ISMAEL CAPELO J & S PRINTING INC J A T COMPUTER CONSULTING INC J C PENNEY J R INC J W PEPPER OF DALLAS J W PEPPER OF DALLAS J W PEPPER OF DALLAS J3 RESOURCES INC JACLYN LEGENDRE JACOBS FACILITIES INC JACQUELINE BURQUEZ JAIME OTTO JAMELIA BOUIE JAMES A DOHERTY COMPANY, INC JAMES A MAY JAMES ARTHUR JAMES E NANCE JAMES EARLY JAMES FOWLER JAMES H HORTON JAMES HALLMARK JAMES JOHNSON JAMES M DOLNIER JAMES R BATES JAMES R BATES JAMES R POOLE JAMES R SAWYER JAMES W JOHNSON III JAMIE BURT JAMIE LUSK JAMIE LUSK JAMIE LUSK JANA LYNN GANDERSON JANPAK JASON C ANDRENO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/06/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/17/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/24/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 200.00 250.00 435.95 378.56 79.32 121.83 179.05 185.47 350.00 98.85 30.05 60.50 115.32 37.61 252.92 84.18 60.00 647.20 113.82 150.00 66.51 245.00 108.99 650.00 675.00 96.48 47.09 62.11 123.60 23.76 39.96 5,537.25 250.00 150.00 120.00 105.00 98.95 66.77 5.06 12.79 176.35 72.26 250.00 49.85 44.97 45,978.06 2,800.00 224.72 149.81 155.81

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VENDOR NAME JASON C ANDRENO JASON C ANDRENO 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 JAYNE MCFARLAND JEAN COKINS JEAN COKINS JEAN W HAGEN JEANEE MARIE WELLS JEANNE NELSON JEANNE PARTLANGELI JEANNE PARTLANGELI JEANNE PARTLANGELI JEFFERSON NATIONAL CANCER JEFFREY BROWN JEFFREY DWAYNE SILLS JEFFREY DWAYNE SILLS JEFFREY DWAYNE SILLS JENIFER JONES JENNIFER BOUSHLEY JENNIFER ESCOBAR JENNIFER FARRIS JENNIFER LOPEZ JENNIFER MCGEE JENNIFER MUSGRAVES JENNIFER STEWART JENNIFER STEWART JERDON ENTERPRISE, LP JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/07/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/14/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 178.50 25.43 3,262.58 390.76 27.95 120.00 70.00 114.36 181.44 57.58 41.65 100.00 1,082.02 138.00 60.00 44.77 213.47 178.43 132.21 622.61 171.48 132.76 59.35 56.98 27.77 99.00 200.00 225.00 250.00 135.00 255.00 172.00 190.00 48.00 122.00 52.11 50.00 56.97 61.88 330.63 23.58 220.35 316.00 472.00 75.66 13,786.37 24,213.07 160.16 381.26 480.28

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VENDOR NAME JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JERRY KRAMPEN JERRY ROBINSON JERRY'S ARTARAMA OF HOUSTON JESSE J LEE JESSE J LEE JILL S CHILDRES JIMMY WAYNE CAMERON JIST PUBLISHING JO ANN D'ANTONIO JO BATSON JO-ANN FABRICS AND CRAFTS JOANN WIECHMANN JOANNE REIN JODA MENDOZA JOE ANTHONY PENA JOEL D RICHARDS JOEY V DUNCAN JOEY V DUNCAN JOEY V DUNCAN JOHANNA JAMES JOHN H BUI JOHN PAUL LYMAN JOHN PAUL LYMAN JOHN PAUL LYMAN JOHN S REDDELL JOHN S REDDELL JOHN W SMITH JOHN W SMITH JOHN W SMITH JOHN W SMITH JOHNNIE L FERRELL JR JOHNNIE L FERRELL JR 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 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/25/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/16/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/14/08 11/03/08 11/04/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/11/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/11/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 1,160.04 17,556.00 6,224.00 1,186.18 19,565.53 102.74 809.30 10.89 66.06 20.57 60.99 200.00 104.37 54.37 50.00 91.63 50.00 61.00 9.54 953.05 204.75 14.05 38.74 274.00 150.00 70.00 40.00 70.00 70.00 35.00 90.00 18.00 500.00 148.00 122.00 6,478.00 50.04 52.82 2,709.77 848.39 390.00 81.26 900.00 354.68 25.00 19.95 108.81 165.56 73.96 117.50

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VENDOR NAME JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES, DOY G II JORGE LUIS ZAPATA JORLY THOMAS JOSE JESSE SAAVEDRA JOSE JESSE SAAVEDRA JOSEPH HILTON PHILLIPS JOSEPH HILTON PHILLIPS JOSEPH HILTON PHILLIPS JOSEPH OGLETREE JOSHUA COLLINS JOSHUA COLLINS JOY JOOST JOY Y BROWN-JOHNSON JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH I NUGENT JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JULIA MONTES JULIAN GARCIA JUMPBUNCH K-12 MASCOTS KAGAN CO-OP LEARNING KAGAN CO-OP LEARNING KALIM LOWE-ALI KALIM LOWE-ALI KAMICO INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA KAMICO INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA KAPITAL KAMPERS INC KAREN ANN BROWN KAREN ELLEN STOCCO KAREN HICKMAN KAREN MCCARLEY KAREN MCCARLEY KAREN R DAIGLE KAREN R DAIGLE KARINA FLORES KARLA KLOESEL

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/10/08 11/06/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/13/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/18/08 11/14/08 11/10/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 200.00 350.00 250.00 24.57 88.09 488.96 54.98 701.58 277.59 121.94 75.00 670.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 36.00 160.29 724.97 25,831.05 90,847.55 107,071.60 20,724.00 112.32 20.02 69.36 81.69 109.89 34.00 34.00 140.00 95.00 61.00 247.40 101.06 195.71 50.00 68.50 63.40 200.00 275.00 38.96 34.01 131.67 180.49 510.00 28.39 37.06 17.44 23.98 208.80

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VENDOR NAME KASSIE REZZA KASSIE REZZA KASSIE REZZA KATHERINE GUMP KATHERINE SUE MASSEY KATHLEEN BEAUDRY KATHLEEN MARY CONNOLLY KATHLEEN MARY CONNOLLY KATHLEEN WALKER MURRELL KATHY BAILEY KATHY L. CHING KATHY L. CHING KATY ISD KATY ISD KEITH MARTIN KELLEY DENISE JONES KELLI L GREEN-ERWIN KELLI L GREEN-ERWIN KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLY A CALLIHAN KELLY RENEE LOHSE KELLY RENEE LOHSE KELVIN WELLS KEN FOO DBA K & S SECURITY KENNETH GLOVER KENNETH GLOVER KENNETH GLOVER KENNIE B PERRY KENS BAKERY KENYON, CAPTAIN KERRY BRUMFIELD KEVIN BADGETT KEVIN KINSEL KEVIN KINSEL KEVIN KINSEL KEVIN W CROSS KILGO CONSULTING, INC KIM AUBIN KIMBERLY ALLEN ARRANT KIMBERLY JONES KIMBERLY MICHELLE REYNOLDS KINDER FOUNDATION TEACHER KING DOLLAR KING DOLLAR KING DOLLAR KING DOLLAR KINKO'S

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/10/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/09/08 11/19/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/03/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/09/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08

CK-AMOUNT 11,018.89 1,580.00 160.02 6,314.82 28.94 52.11 52.47 1,078.98 27.57 33.15 479.43 4,475.11 48.00 7,378.00 38.66 268.54 19,419.16 12,119.21 82.05 425.50 102.00 162.00 40.00 1,645.95 215.00 191.45 1,288.59 1,615.95 230.00 120.00 500.00 327.78 2,290.00 247.50 26.89 200.00 325.00 250.00 52.73 32.76 33.08 34.55 23.83 145.00 18.87 298.02 132.92 48.81 99.48 467.60

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VENDOR NAME KIRKMONT MUNICIPAL UTILITY DIS K-LOG, INC KNOWLEDGE ADVENTURE KOMEN HOUSTON RACE FOR THE CUR KRISTIN H HODGE KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER-SW KMA CUSTOMER CHARGES KRONOS INC KRYSTAL LEIGH WALKER KUDER INC KUDLACEK, LINDI KUDLACEK, LINDI KURZ & CO KURZ & CO KYLE KLOOTWYK L R P PUBLICATIONS, INC LA BRISA POPSICLE FACTORY LA BRISA POPSICLE FACTORY LA PORTE HIGH SCHOOL LA PORTE ISD LA PORTE ISD - ATHLETICS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAMAR CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL LAMAR CONSOLIDATED ISD LAMB & BARGER LANCE DONAHO LANDRUM, MIKE LANGUAGE CIRCLE ENTERPRISES LARA ARLENE ROBERTS LARRY R AYALA LARRY R AYALA LARRY R AYALA LARRY TURNER LAURA DANA MANN LAURA DANA MANN LAURA DANA MANN LAURA RAHMAN LAURA RAHMAN LAURA T GOMEZ LAURENCE MAYS LAURIE ETNYRE LAURIE PALMER-HERNANDEZ LAW INSTRUTOR PUBLICATIONS LAWSON, HARRY J TR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/06/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/16/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/16/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/20/08

CK-AMOUNT 418.75 479.65 89.91 3,971.10 95.82 500.94 22,728.00 38.46 119.76 106.43 137.24 2,615.93 44.76 35.00 6,699.00 108.42 53.60 100.00 325.00 250.00 110.57 124.70 675.65 316.00 151.07 3,442.19 1,530.24 125.00 37.21 99.00 98.00 22.50 195.00 222.00 79.00 62.00 62.00 43.19 304.46 795.00 58.65 479.46 100.00 225.00 250.00 665.00 2,770.00 300.00 60.00 94.00

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VENDOR NAME LEAPIN LEOTARDS LTD LEAPIN LEOTARDS LTD LEARNING A-Z LEARNING PAGE LEARNING RESOURCES LEARNING TOOLS LEARNING.COM LECTORUM PUBLICATIONS INC LEE WEAVER LEE WEAVER LEE WEAVER LEHMANN ENTER FAIRWAY LEROY FREDRICK BEER LEROY'S SERVICE CENTER LESCO INC LESLIE AXEL LESLIE BRYAN LESLIE J DAVENPORT LESLIE J DAVENPORT LESLIE J DAVENPORT LIBBY ORTIZ LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC LIBRARIES UNLIMITED INC LIBRARY SKILL.COM LIBRARY STORE INC LIFE INVESTORS INSURANCE CO. LIFETOUCH PUBLISHING INC LILIANA GARZA LILIANA GARZA LINDA FLETCHER LINDA FLORES LINDA GAYLE ERICKSON LINDA J TRAYLOR LINDA RISINGER LINDA STEPHENS LINDA STEPHENS LINDA STEPHENS LINDA THACKER LINDSEY ANDERSON LINDSEY E GUERRA LINGUI SYSTEMS INC LIONGATE HOLDINGS I LP LISA M HEMMINGER LISA M HEMMINGER LISA M HEMMINGER LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/11/08 11/14/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/17/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/13/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/17/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 10.00 450.00 150.00 780.00 660.00 1,500.00 7,442.95 50.85 577.60 80.27 50.97 260.47 109.75 31.36 58.12 40.37 66.69 157.95 1,082.80 340.41 100.00 358.80 172.05 2,223.08 1,571.01 480.00 119.00 143.87 11.20 339.92 50.78 382.42 498.00 1,495.18 143.91 374.77 60.15 39.49 5.27 54.00 47.74 105.12 41.01 13.40 48.21 129.95 852.50 260.54 1,310.92 490.16

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VENDOR NAME LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE GREEN APPLES INC LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL LLOYD'S MARTIAL ARTS LLOYD'S MARTIAL ARTS LOFLIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LONE STAR UNIFORMS INC LONG'S ELECTRONICS LOPEZ JESUS LOPEZ, RUBEN LORENA CARRASCO LORENA GARCIA LORI DEARDORFF LORI DEARDORFF LORI DEARDORFF LORI THOMPSON LORRAINE DIAZ-ANDREWS LORRIE EIGNUS LOUIS & COMPANY LOUIS BYRON LOUIS J WATSON JR LOVE AND LOGIC PRESS LOVING GUIDANCE, INC LOVING GUIDANCE, INC LOWE, ANA ROSA LOWELL M ROSENTHAL LOWE'S LOWE'S LOWE'S LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOYAL AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE LUCI WEAVER LUCK'S MUSIC LIBRARY LUCY BURCH LUCY BURCH LUCY CURTIS LUIS GARZA LUPE C ALANIZ LUZ ELENA HUFFMAN LYNDON WANG LYNDSAY WATKINS LYNDSAY WATKINS LYNN CARD COMPANY M B FLIPPEN & ASSOCIATES M S C INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO M S C INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO M S C INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/11/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 1,261.49 85.30 41.75 168.00 182.00 15.70 325.00 325.00 487.50 600.00 826.73 92.96 320.13 250.00 135.94 81.00 2,977.35 116.11 101.96 3.99 86.00 57.27 250.00 66.57 70.00 81.00 198.32 1,448.03 81.00 10.99 121.27 120.00 180.00 120.00 87.58 100.00 56.78 56.40 50.00 50.00 57.62 136.65 261.00 61.95 175.50 54.41 28.09 8.43 68.30 105.30

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VENDOR NAME MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS-PTP AUS MAGGIE ALLEN MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAIL BOXES MAIN EVENT ENTERTAINMENT MAIN EVENT ENTERTAINMENT MAIN EVENT ENTERTAINMENT MAIN STREET YOUTH THEATER MANUEL MORENO JR MANUEL MORENO JR MANUEL MORENO JR MANUEL MORENO JR MANUEL, TREVINO DBA MARCELA SALINAS MARCHING SHOW CONCEPTS MARCIA ANN GRIFFIN MARCIA ANN GRIFFIN MARCUS NORWOOD MARIA B HERNANDEZ MARIA DOLORES GARZA MARIA E BRAVO MARIA G HERNANDEZ MARIA ROJAS MARIANA MENESES MARIANNA EGGERS MARIANNA INC MARIEL B MEJIA MARILYN BOURQUE MARIO E MEGALE MARION L MAYO JR MARION L MAYO JR MARION L MAYO JR MARITZA DAVIS MARK BEAVER MARK A HOLLEY MARK A HOLLEY MARK RICHARD MARK RICHARD MARK S SMITH MARK S SMITH MARKSMAN INDOOR RANGE INC MARSHALL CAVENDISH CORP MARTIN O'CONNOR MARTIN O'CONNOR MARTINEZ, OSCAR MARTY MOFFETT MARVIN LEBLANC MARY DARLENE MCCORVEY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/17/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 250.00 17.16 60.65 44.44 50.72 4,000.00 1,600.00 688.00 940.00 1,345.00 45.71 132.00 64.41 50.00 100.00 80.50 217.95 2,859.30 202.50 2,113.00 2,275.00 70.54 35.74 50.00 321.53 823.17 3,245.25 51.80 28.46 138.32 2,278.76 444.56 118.18 77.85 200.00 225.00 250.00 125.00 95.00 102.20 155.00 60.00 308.30 430.00 100.00 580.86 586.28 150.26 105.61 113.56

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VENDOR NAME MARY ELLEN SANTOS MARY FARRELL MARY FRANCES JAIME MARY HARRYMAN MARY O'NEAL MARY PAT OSBORNE MARY PAT OSBORNE MASTER TEACHER MATHWARM-UPS.COM MATHWARM-UPS.COM MATINEE DONUTS MATINEE DONUTS MATINEE DONUTS MATT BERGERON MATT BERGERON MATT BERGERON MECA SPORTSWEAR MEDCO SUPPLY CO MEDEIROS, MANUEL P & LYNN MEDICAL SCREENING SERVICES INC MEDICAL SCREENING SERVICES INC MELEISSA CREEL MELEISSA CREEL MELISSA WILLIAMS MENDOZA, ELADIO & LILIANA MENJIVAR, ANA J & CARLOS A MENTORING MINDS LP MENTORING MINDS LP MERIEM MASON MERIEM MASON MetLife MEXICANO, RICARDO MFASCO HEALTH & SAFETY MICHAEL BRENT PUBLICATIONS MICHAEL BRETT EMERSON MICHAEL BRETT EMERSON MICHAEL BRETT EMERSON MICHAEL G MACHOL MICHAEL G MOORE MICHAEL JENKINS MICHAEL K MASSEY MICHAEL K MASSEY MICHAEL LYNN MARLER MICHAEL NEWTON MICHAEL S MARCOTTE MICHAEL WALTER GENCARELLI MICHAEL WALTER GENCARELLI MICHAEL WAYNE ALSOBROOKS MICHAEL'S MICHAEL'S

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/09/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 199.00 100.00 118.17 154.00 580.00 519.79 680.00 20.00 112.48 230.00 29.48 30.00 19.00 133.00 160.00 426.30 100.58 442.78 95.59 37.95 32.70 32.70 40.00 122.90 360.00 166.00 110.00 121.94 195.00 114.40 23.90 17.25 77.00 196.00 210.00 91.45 210.93 138.08 48.84 105.00 136.00 88.14 46.10 50.69 157.28 15.00 500.00 150.00 55.90 37.95

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VENDOR NAME MIGUEL TORRES MIKE RICE MIKE STEPHENS MILLMARK EDUCATION MINUTE MAID PARK MIRANDA, RAY MIRROR PUBLISHERS INC MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 60.00 70.00 23.90 10.95 21.90 9.00 39.99 36.45 5.22 19.49 30.00 19.95 368.00 92.25 12.00 261.50 16.00 44.20 44.20 144.00 221.53 23.90 130.50 34.74 57.37 207.60 101.57 200.00 28.70 40.00 144.48 183.78 152.66 291.35 84.00 27.00 84.01 28.67 19.99 300.00 119.00 85.29 66.88 24.06 35.91 189.00 44.98 147.00 7.60 60.49

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VENDOR NAME MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/17/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08

CK-AMOUNT 98.00 50.00 12.44 230.00 48.47 3.50 49.16 48.00 75.00 18.45 21.85 18.38 20.50 150.00 82.65 43.90 277.56 60.35 72.00 14.25 70.00 177.87 147.80 23.98 123.50 25.10 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 350.00 393.93 39.99 104.90 43.98 23.60 160.00 203.53 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 92.96 100.00 27.13 9.82 7.47 400.00

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VENDOR NAME MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/24/08 11/24/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/10/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/18/08

CK-AMOUNT 8.00 42.00 273.00 37.50 27.71 83.86 17.37 33.05 103.55 500.00 15.56 120.00 290.00 290.00 695.00 12,038.56 1,382.87 23.60 56.73 79.96 49.90 346.92 77.04 481.44 150.00 161.50 109.77 60.64 308.00 93.63 78.22 204.86 1,142.00 95.00 178.00 1,863.15 380.04 762.78 10.00 217.85 99.95 2,095,499.81 729,917.64 1,141.56 84.50 150.00 54.73 32.76 60.00 56.94

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VENDOR NAME MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISDU MISDU MOBILE ED PRODUCTIONS INC MOBILE MODULAR MANAGEMENT CORP MODERN SCHOOL SUPPLIES INC MODERN SCHOOL SUPPLIES INC MONARCH PAINT COMPANY MONICA DARLENE HANCOCK MONICA GUERRA MONICA SERNA MONUMENT CHEVROLET MONUMENT CHEVROLET MOODY GARDENS GOLF COURSE MORIN, CELEDONIO MOTIENT MOTIVA ENTERPRISES LLC MOVIE LICENSING USA MOWERS INC MOWERS INC MPH INDUSTRIES INC MULTICULTURAL AMERICA INC MURPHY KELLUM MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC IN MOTION MUSIC IS ELEMENTARY MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL MYRA GAYLE PURCELL N C C E P N C R I N C R I N C S PEARSON, INC NA, PHANN NAIMON LEE NAIMON LEE NANCY A. CARDENAS NANCY MORRIS NANCY TABOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/11/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 37.08 410.74 928.25 199.27 92.56 152.02 135.14 149.50 720.00 325.00 29.95 448.00 11,090.00 300.00 15.00 70.00 213.00 1,620.00 620.00 432.38 3,215.86 28.50 354.69 85.38 902.00 995.00 471.74 402.63 80.04 80.97 1,546.99 115.24 16.24 167.67 57.85 27.80 750.00 150.00 390.00 599.92 186.00 2,000.00 653.00 8,484.00 30.78 84.65 1,739.35 1,326.51 524.02 223.96

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VENDOR NAME NAPA AUTO PARTS NASAR LATIF DBA NASCO NASCO NASCO NASCO NATHAN D SCHMIDT NATIONAL ASSN OF SCHOOL NURSES NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL NATIONAL COUNCIL TEACHERS-ENGL NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL MUSIC CO NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL MUSIC CO NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HOSA NATIONAL HOSA NATIONAL PEN COMPANY NATIONAL PEN COMPANY NATIONAL TAILORS NEELY, ELLAWESE P & NEITZY RETTA NEWBART PRODUCTS INC NEWHOUSE MEDICAL NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS NGUYEN, DUNG DBA USA NICHOLAS A STANSELL NICHOLAS A STANSELL NICOLE MELDRUM LP NINA DYE NINH, THE HOANG NORA LINDA HERNANDEZ NORA LINDA HERNANDEZ NORA LINDA HERNANDEZ NORA NELLY MARTINEZ NORMAN P MEJIA NORTHSTAR FIRE PROTECTION NORTHWIND PROPERTIES LTD NOVUS WOOD GROUP NULL LAIRSON OCCUPATIONAL MEDICAL CARE OCE IMAGISTICS INC OCE IMAGISTICS INC OCE IMAGISTICS, INC OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/17/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/24/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 812.14 191.15 172.63 173.90 71.97 26.97 1,076.15 1,068.00 254.27 982.23 123.86 1,229.40 66,771.61 75.47 222.54 71.94 52,519.29 1,891.12 21.45 199.15 199.15 372.30 1,174.40 58.00 295.80 279.38 855.19 300.67 275.00 36.76 247.75 3,220.94 2,688.94 838.53 820.32 1,052.35 52.58 52.24 79.69 50.50 474.33 81.70 33.48 60.65 850.00 2,070.00 44.90 230.00 318.71 155.00

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VENDOR NAME OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE SCAPES DIRECT OFFICE SCAPES DIRECT OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OKLAHOMA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICE OKLAHOMA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICE OLD FASHION CANDY COMPANY OLD FASHIONED PRODUCTS INC OLD MACDONALD'S FARM OLIVE GARDEN OLMEDO, ANATOLIO B & OLMSTED-KIRK PAPER COMPANY OMNIGRAPHICS ON DECK ENTERTAINMENT OPERATIONS, MISC EXPENSE OPTIONS PUBLISHING/BUCKLE DOWN O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC OSI COLLECTIONS SERVICES INC OSWEGO STATE UNIVERSITY OTIS SPUNKMEYER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER P C CABLE CONNEXION INC P C CABLE CONNEXION INC P C I EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING P I S D POLICE OFFICERS ASSOC PACHECO, MELQUIADES & PATRICIA PACIFIC NORTHWEST PUBLISHING

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/10/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/03/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/03/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/10/08 11/07/08 11/03/08 11/14/08 11/13/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 85.03 242.66 371.17 113.37 414.77 16.98 60.14 58.55 177.17 103.31 37.24 143.86 142.89 68.00 444.00 38.97 11.96 102.11 42.32 8.99 54.86 350.37 66.92 37.35 53.50 76.90 513.95 76.90 243.04 220.00 44.00 161.00 120.00 100.00 1,697.80 1,213.60 287.00 3,092.10 4,466.93 72.00 3,462.71 346.00 186.03 93.00 211.07 131.63 74.16 48.00 89.99 50.00

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VENDOR NAME PAM MURRAY PAMELA DENISE (ODUOL) BROWNING PAMELA JANET GROSSMAN PAMELA JANET GROSSMAN PAMELA TEVIS PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PAPA JOHNS PAPA JOHNS PAPA JOHNS PAPA JOHNS PAPER DIRECT, INC PAPER DIRECT, INC PARADIGM RESEARCH PARENT INSTITUTE PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY CITY PARTY WHOLESALERS PARTY WHOLESALERS PASADENA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PASADENA ISD GOLF BOOSTER CLUB PASADENA ISD GOLF BOOSTER CLUB PASADENA NOON OPTIMIST CLUB PASADENA NOON OPTIMIST CLUB PASADENA ROTARY CLUB PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PATRICIA ANN WATKINS PATRICIA BOUDRA PATRICIA BOUDRA PATRICIA CAIN PATRICIA EUBANKS PATRICIA FOXWORTH PATRICIA GAIL SURFACE PATRICIA SERMAS

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/25/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/07/08

CK-AMOUNT 182.00 70.00 56.99 167.19 169.08 88.04 47.96 11.20 91.09 5,472.00 2,936.29 579.50 2,300.00 48,021.50 59.78 207.92 437.97 128.58 50.00 324.00 303.74 667.38 48.92 42.94 54.40 5.01 763.63 67.80 34.50 38.50 1,194.88 5,011.41 2,891.90 5,354.23 85.48 85.48 6,855.45 253.00 28,891.72 32,011.75 14,935.79 25,510.30 176,778.56 38,986.90 971.01 190.36 1,675.99 89.69 914.57 56.58

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VENDOR NAME PATRICIA SERMAS PATRICIA WALOVEN PATRICK BERNARD PATRICK K STELLY PATRICK K STELLY PAUL MICHAEL MASCHERI PAULA SWORD PAULA WARNER PAULETTE FAWCETT PC & MacExchange PEARLAND I S D PEARSON ASSESSMENTS PEARSON DIGITAL LEARNING, INC PEARSON EDUCATIONAL MEASUR. PEDRO FUNES PEGGY CRAFT PEGGY CRAFT PEGGY CREED PEGGY JORDAN PENA RUBEN & MARTHA PENDERS MUSIC CO PENWORTHY COMPANY PEPPERS BEEF & SEAFOOD PEPPERS BEEF & SEAFOOD PEREZ, JOSE F & REYES L PEREZ, ZENAIDA MENDOZA PERFECTION LEARNING CORP PERFECTION LEARNING CORP PERFORMING ARTS SUPPLY CO PERFORMING ARTS SUPPLY CO PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND PETE PLASENCIA PETE PLASENCIA PETERSON, D L TRUST PERSONAL PETINA PERVIN PETROLEUM WHOLESALE L.P. PETROLEUM WHOLESALE L.P. PETROLEUM WHOLESALE L.P. PETROLEUM WHOLESALE L.P. PFEIFFER & SON LTD PFS DISTRIBUTION CORPORATION PHEAA PHILIP WUTHRICH PHONAK PHYLLIS SALINAS PINEDA, ALBERT J JR & PINNACLE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT CO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/17/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/04/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/13/08 11/18/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/10/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 47.58 555.08 1,340.00 78.52 2,080.17 162.00 33.36 177.32 70.00 70.00 152.50 35.00 96.00 50.00 117.94 17.00 20.48 290.56 581.12 1,102.94 57,800.00 31.45 3,639.50 67.85 1,875.21 417.25 970.34 926.82 104.41 868.41 34,182.00 323.84 4,099.00 230.00 65.00 131.64 47.74 114.60 24.72 1,809.00 4,039.00 2,025.00 4,113.00 3,945.00 112,542.00 108.85 49.15 28.99 3,562.00 3,315.00

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VENDOR NAME PINNACLE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT CO Pioneer Credit Recovery PISD EDUCATION FOUNDATION PITNEY BOWES INC PITNEY BOWES INC PITSCO PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PLANK ROAD PUBLISHING PLANNER PADS INC PLANNER PADS INC PLANT INTERSCAPES INC PLANT INTERSCAPES INC PLASTIC WINDOW PRODUCTS CO PLATO LEARNING INC. POPPLERS MUSIC INC PORTA PHONE POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS PRENTICE HALL INC. PRENTKE ROMICH CO PREPARED RESPONSE INC PREVENTIVE PEST CONTROL PRIMARY SCHOOL SUPPLIES INC PRIMOS ALARM & TINT PRIMOS ALARM & TINT PRITCHARD, SHEILA PRITCHARD, SHEILA PRO CHEMICAL & DYE PROCESS VALVE & SUPPLY LLC PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES PROFESSIONAL TURF PRODUCTS PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS PUBLIC PSAT/NMSQT PSAT/NMSQT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/06/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/21/08 11/09/08 11/10/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 4,615.90 295.90 1,613.52 202.00 387.51 465.37 393.50 393.50 363.72 448.00 250.00 21.99 808.08 3,607.16 6,263.86 409.46 996.00 202.50 93.90 21,646.16 250.00 54.71 170.00 129.40 60.00 150.00 15,313.21 772.40 70.65 231.66 292.57 750.00 463.17 289.27 212.71 152.80 93.97 400.00 6,048.00 35.00 185.00 50.00 35.00 35.00 25.50 88,235.00 245.00 2,701.00 125.00 200.00

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VENDOR NAME PV RENTALS, LTD PV RENTALS, LTD PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS Q E P INC QUALITY PRODUCTS INC QUINTERO, FELIZ JR & R & K COMMERCIAL AQUATIC SVCS R & K COMMERCIAL AQUATIC SVCS R B C MUSIC COMPANY INC R G'S MUSIC REPAIR R S H SAND AND TRUCKING, INC RADIO SHACK RAGAN COMMUNICATIONS INC RAINBOW BOOK COMPANY RAINBOW BOOK COMPANY RAMIREZ, CLEMENTE RAMIREZ, BEN JR RAMIREZ, JOSE JR RANDALL CRAIG ALLEN RANDALL-PORTERFIELD ARCHITECTS RANDY & DYANA GERFERS RANDY J MEYER RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES RAUL, RAZO RAYMOND PEREZ RAYMOND PEREZ RBC INSURANCE REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REBECCA CRISTINE HAMILTON REBECCA D HAMPTON REBECCA SULLIVAN REBECCA SULLIVAN REBECCA TERRY REGENT BOOK COMPANY INC REGINALD B PLUMMER REGION II EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION V ACADEMIC DECATHLON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/04/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/10/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 70.00 250.00 39,837.44 44.47 107.93 1,347.10 17.44 2,857.58 5,031.46 281.06 126.44 66.00 200.00 13,183.20 13,545.78 1,176.47 206.18 552.41 100.00 90.00 100.00 311.99 80.00 120.00 430.00 18.04 50.00 2,065.92 583.34 384.02 1,618.37 1,184.32 2,261.06 319.20 168.00 428.93 186.98 2.88 622.25 201.76 480.00 99.92 58.14 125.00 280.00 476.00 308.00 255.00 81.32 142.50

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VENDOR NAME REGION XIII EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION XIX UIL MUSIC REGION XX EDUCATION SERV CTR REGIS CORPORATION REMEDIA PUBLICATIONS INC RENAISSANCE HOTEL- FT WORTH RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENDON, JUAN RENEE DOLSON RENERO D DENOON REPUBLIC WASTE SERVICES REPUBLIC WASTE SERVICES RESEARCH & EDUCATIONAL SVCS REYES, ARNOLDO L & SANJUAN REYES, MARTIN & RICHARD D WILSON RICHARD D WILSON RICHARD D WILSON RICHARD HICKS RICHARD LEE CLARK RICHARD LEE CLARK RICHARD PHILLIPS RICHARD YOES RICK KASTNER RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPTG GOOD RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPTG GOOD RIDLEY'S VACUUM & JANITORIAL RISO INC RISO INC RISO INC RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO ROBERT BARTEL ROBERT C FAWCETT ROBERT CATON ROBERT EARL BROWN ROBERT FRANK HEMMINGER ROBERT FRANK HEMMINGER ROBERT FRANK HEMMINGER ROBERTO RIOS ROBIN POOL ROCHESTER 100 INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/06/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/09/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/04/08

CK-AMOUNT 149.94 829.84 77.80 100.00 50.00 50.00 100.00 225.00 250.00 50.00 53.44 60.21 55.84 32.00 91.22 270.56 50.00 74.88 250.00 95.43 18.94 121.51 34.00 200.00 60.00 210.00 95.00 30.24 94.15 240.75 173.98 404.91 290.56 992.87 9,872.50 245.17 608.40 38.44 178.75 1,387.74 332.55 120.00 400.00 12.00 203.71 80.51 103.97 35.00 97.60 214.49

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VENDOR NAME ROCKY MARCENELLE RODGERS, ELLA RODNEY CHANT RODNEY WHEELER RODNEY WHEELER RODNEY WHEELER ROGER D JAMES ROGER D JAMES ROGER D JAMES ROGERS CHRISTMAN RON L MCMILLER RON L MCMILLER RON L MCMILLER RON SPOZIO RONALD L ISBELL, SR RONALD S CAULEY RONALD WHEELER RONETTE A SKIRVIN ROSA GUTIERREZ ROSE BRAND THEATRICAL FABRICS ROSE C CAMPBELL ROSE MARIE STEVENSON ROSEMARY NIETO ROY KELLY GRANT RUBEN LOPEZ RUBEN LOPEZ RUDOLPH A GUERRERO RUSSELL HANCOCK RUSSELL HANCOCK RUSSELL'S EDUCATIONAL CONSULT RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD S & T ENTERPRISES S H I GOVERNMENT SOLUTIONS INC S W S COMMUNICATIONS S W S COMMUNICATIONS SADDLEBACK EDUCATIONAL INC SADLIER-OXFORD SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC SAGEMONT CHURCH SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY SALVADOR ARRONA SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/04/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/09/08 11/09/08 11/09/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08

CK-AMOUNT 69.44 84.43 104.74 122.56 73.92 80.15 70.00 36.72 40.69 117.89 175.00 59.98 97.24 98.40 61.62 112.18 172.91 74.34 208.00 346.48 35.74 40.89 187.77 118.33 208.64 382.27 246.30 151.33 324.85 85.55 425.38 391.32 292.12 273.09 201.90 24.58 111.99 175.00 99.97 112.50 131.86 158.44 57.52 116.66 323.55 125.94 107.53 103.27 37.87 140.07

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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

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/24/08 11/24/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/10/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 493.14 482.33 390.69 178.85 35.00 80.96 118.61 309.13 500.00 595.00 1,925.00 395.50 297.50 370.98 135.55 418.29 100.00 200.00 325.00 250.00 58.50 33.99 150.00 433.13 150.00 1,321.78 1,172.72 547.23 2,510.35 208.22 538.00 228.00 70.00 39.75 795.00 2,500.90 253.60 211.36 34.77 250.16 294.53 197.19 102.74 4,087.81 405.23 1,121.10 1,592.93 87.00 440.66 298.42

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VENDOR NAME SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO METHODIST HOSPITAL SANCHEZ, CIRILA SANDOVAL, MOISES SANDRA DURAN SANJAY GUPTA SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL SANTIAGO E DIAZ SANTIAGO E DIAZ SANTIAGO E DIAZ SARAH CARNES SARAH CARNES SARAH J CLARK SARAH LOWELL SARAH LOWELL SARBALI INC DBA SARBALI OIL INC SARGENT-WELCH LLC SAX ARTS & CRAFTS SAX ARTS & CRAFTS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC LIBRARY PUBLISHING SCHOOL BUS UNIFORMS SCHOOL DATEBOOKS INC SCHOOL HEALTH ALERT SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/25/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/13/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/03/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 192.88 368.35 295.04 95.80 231.50 54.94 380,240.36 2,091.59 347,726.07 10,575.92 139.30 1,286.81 291.15 13.94 196.76 100.00 138.99 110.16 50.00 100.00 13.97 13.97 2,942.60 434.44 238.85 119.34 99.92 94.00 189.90 76.85 150.55 606.04 6,798.00 387.30 270.39 622.72 81.69 96.06 22.96 16.97 115.29 62.90 113.80 9.43 11.64 115.16 2,026.28 111.00 4,449.42 2,411.03

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VENDOR NAME SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY PUBLISHING SCIENCE KIT LLC SCIENCE KIT LLC SCIENCE KIT LLC SCIENCE KIT LLC SCORPION'S DJ SCOTT A JOHNSON SCOTT JOHNSON SEAN SANCHEZ SEAN SANCHEZ SEAWAY PIPE LINE CO SEAWAY PIPE LINE CO SELECT ENVIRONMENTAL SELECT PORTFOLIO SERVICING SEVEN DIPPITY SHANE TOUT SHANNON POCHE SHANNON RAYGOZA SHEILA LYNNE WISE SHEILA LYNNE WISE SHEILA LYNNE WISE SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL SHERMAN CLAY PIANOMAX SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERYL LINTON SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES INC SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIRLEY WARNELL SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW PUBLISHING SHREE NATH INC DBA SIDNEY PERKINS SIEMENS BLDG TECHNOLOGIES INC SIEMENS BLDG TECHNOLOGIES INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/04/08 11/12/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/06/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/20/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/20/08

CK-AMOUNT 20.00 125.00 129.23 73.31 107.47 850,714.36 568.00 585.00 175.50 15.34 72.20 9,345.10 99.68 250.00 696.45 1,883.20 1,562.32 15,900.00 12,120.00 76,005.00 4,250.00 4,650.00 3,645.84 28.85 47.96 246.73 48.62 4,099.64 639.26 754.75 222.88 356.01 131.26 25,416.96 20.78 165.00 2,726.37 2,905.00 329.00 329.00 329.00 300.00 2,180.34 72.03 14.49 184.83 129.98 3,884.74 86.67 86.67

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VENDOR NAME SIGNE PETERSON SIGNE PETERSON SILVIA LUNA SILVIA LUNA SILVIA LUNA SKANSKA USA BUILDING INC SKATETIME HOUSTON SKELTON BUSINESS EQUIPMENT SMITH CREATIVE SNAP-ON INDUSTRIAL SNAP-ON INDUSTRIAL SOCCER TIME SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOL SERVICE SONIA CAMACHO SOUTH HOUSTON GOLF CARTS INC SOUTHEASTERN PERFORM APPAREL SOUTHERN FLORAL COMPANY SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC SOUTHWEST HOUSTON TIRE SALES SOUTHWEST HOUSTON TIRE SALES SPANISH STEPS SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SPRINGS SPECIAL POPULATIONS SPECTRUM CORP SPECTRUM CORP SPLASHTOWN WATERPARK SPLASHTOWN WATERPARK SPORTDECALS INC SPORTDECALS INC SPORTIME SPORTIME SPRADLING RENTAL PROPERTY SPRING BRANCH I S D SQUARE D COMPANY STACY, CHRIS STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATOR STAGE LIGHT INC STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS INC STANTON'S SHEET MUSIC STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE STATE COMPTROLLER STATE OF FLORIDA DISBURSEMENT STATE OF FLORIDA DISBURSEMENT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/11/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/20/08 11/17/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/06/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08

CK-AMOUNT 79.24 15.00 90.00 145.00 280.00 190.00 443.43 95.65 50.00 563.40 91.96 103.99 63.89 125.00 90.00 14,000.00 253.77 1,770.00 696.00 18.90 1,946.00 83.94 70.00 3,150.00 110.50 110.50 1,436.75 1,392.20 76.99 2,301.82 471.60 313.50 80.00 2,340.00 126.19 8.47 127.53 78.98 108.00 29.26 1,658.50 824.25 2,417.14 2,700.00 84.96 112.55 1,277.00 3,725.20 380.00 150.00

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VENDOR NAME STENHOUSE PUBLISHERS STEPHANIE ALBERT STEPHANIE KRAMER STEPHANIE MELLANE BAILEY STEPHEN F AUSTIN STATE UNIV STEPHEN HALLMARK STEPHEN MICHAEL OVERBY STEPS TO LITERACY LLC STEVE BECKER STEVE T JAMAIL STEVE T JAMAIL STEVEN J JONES STEVEN J JONES STEVEN J JONES STEVEN R ALEXANDER STEVENS LEARNING SYSTEMS INC STEVENSON LEARNING SKILLS INC STEVE'S WINDOW FASHIONS STEVE'S WINDOW FASHIONS STEWART DEAN RUSSELL STUDY ISLAND LLC STUMPS SUBWAY SUCCESS FOR ALL FOUNDATION SUMMIT COUNTY CSEA SUMMIT COUNTY CSEA SUMMIT PRODUCTS SUMMIT SPORTSWEAR SUMMIT SPORTSWEAR SUMMIT SPORTSWEAR SUMMIT SPORTSWEAR SUNDANCE SOLAR SUNY OSWEGO SUSAN B BUCKLEY SUSAN DICKENS SUSAN EILEEN BLALOCK SUSAN ELEANOR METCALFE SUSAN LEVONIUS SUSAN LOCKLEAR SUSAN LYNN BAUER SUSAN M CATLETT PH.D. SUSAN M CATLETT PH.D. SUSAN MCCRARY SUSTEEN INC SUZANNE ANDERSON SWEET DREAMS SWIM SHOPS OF THE SOUTHWEST T & L CLEANERS INC T A A E T A H P E R D

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/13/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/03/08 11/03/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/03/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/13/08 11/07/08 11/07/08 11/14/08

CK-AMOUNT 125.00 125.00 105.00 100.00 1,542.50 150.00 12,786.04 84.74 200.00 1,675.00 20,812.32 84.04 111.77 1,188.00 150.00 150.00 45.91 273.60 63.83 450.00 39.36 250.00 33.90 52.46 16.78 45.59 35.98 62.57 76.18 247.88 21.24 14.16 1,108.72 483.80 31.93 31.93 3,619.00 78.65 34.14 150.00 150.00 420.00 37.00 303.00 274.00 180.00 87.00 59.90 422.86 571.00

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VENDOR NAME T A H P E R D T A H P E R D T A S B O T A S C DISTRICT XIII T C T A T E T A THEATREFEST T G T I V A T S H A T S P R A T S T A T U S E TACO CABANA TAHPERD TAHPERD TAHPERD TAMARA ELIZABETH HAYMAN TAMARA GAIL WEBBER TAMMY REED TAMMY REED TAMMY REED TANYA PAZ TANYA SUE HAGAR TARA EVANS TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET STORES TARGET STORES TASSP TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS TEACHER'S MEDIA CO TEACHER'S VIDEO CO TEACHER'S VIDEO CO TEAM GO FIGURE TECHNICAL LABORATORY SYSTEMS TEMEKA V BROWN TEPSA TEPSA TEPSA TEPSA TEPSA TEPSA TERESA HORTON TERESA SARABIA TERRA COM TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/03/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/03/08 11/10/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/03/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/17/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/13/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/24/08 11/05/08 11/11/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 11,450.50 39.34 150.00 70.00 496.80 140.00 312.53 1,100.00 1,321.00 42.00 200.00 1,017.06 60.00 66.00 90.00 600.00 15.00 10.00 40.00 325.00 220.00 1,050.00 23.00 60.00 75.00 210.00 3,250.00 1,536.00 60.00 335.00 150.00 550.00 336.00 450.00 80.00 162.00 30.00 200.00 396.00 28.00 32.29 7.98 787.12 28.27 329.89 100.00 283.00 50,963.28 500.00 89.95

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VENDOR NAME TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC TERRIE LYNNE HINOJOSA TERRY ANDERSON TERRY ROBINSON TERRY SHEEHAN TEXACO GOLF CLUB TEXAS A & M COLLEGE OF SCIENCE TEXAS ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEXAS ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEXAS ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEXAS ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEXAS AFT / PEG TEXAS ASSN OF FUTURE EDUCATORS TEXAS ASSN OF FUTURE EDUCATORS TEXAS ASSOC OF SCHOOL ADMINIST TEXAS ASSOCIATION CONCERNED TEXAS BLUEBONNET AWARD TEXAS COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC AC TEXAS COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATOR TEXAS COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATOR TEXAS DANCE EDUCATORS ASSOC TEXAS DEPT OF LICENSING & REG TEXAS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION TEXAS DISTRICT VI FFA TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY TEXAS EDUCATIONAL SOLUTIONS TEXAS FCCLA TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSN TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION TEXAS MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSN TEXAS MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL TEXAS RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL TEXAS SCHOOL BUSINESS TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY TEXAS TOMORROW FUND TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION TEXICAN CATERERS THE KOLACHE SHOPPE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/17/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/13/08 11/07/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/20/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/18/08 11/06/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/18/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 210.00 96.00 113.90 312.00 328.00 182.00 81.00 333.66 568.34 1,833.70 74.99 32.87 200.00 250.00 100.00 125.00 118.00 127.67 120.00 3,800.00 257.13 3,000.00 644.00 94.40 307.71 100.00 5,300.00 150.00 171.35 201.15 88.04 121.79 32.05 120.00 127.50 138.40 25,551.54 2,400.00 73.50 1,030.63 807.68 1,008.26 50.00 8,941.13 1,434.25 11,700.00 1,620.73 350.00 120.00 344.87

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VENDOR NAME THEODORE HARYHDZAK JR THIRD COAST AQUARIUM THIYANI MARIAN PERERA THOMAS A MOON THOMAS A MOON THOMAS A MOON THOMAS A MOON THOMAS BUS GULF COAST THOMAS BUS GULF COAST THOMAS BUS GULF COAST THOMAS BUS GULF COAST THOMAS EDWARD DOUGLAS THOMAS GALINDO JR THOMAS GALINDO JR THOMAS RAY MILLER THOMAS RAY MILLER THOMAS SWAN TIM V ROYE TIMBER CREEK GOLF CLUB TIME TO TRAVEL & TOURS TIMOTHY KEENLEY TINDALL & FOSTER PC TMPA TOBY DAY TOM J DEIBEL TOM J DEIBEL TOM SNYDER PRODUCTIONS TOMORROWS COLLEGE INVESTMENTS TONIA REED TONY JACKSON TONY TORRES TOOLE, LENA TRACY L SKRIPKA TRACY MARSHALL TRACY MARSHALL TRAINER'S WAREHOUSE TRANSAMERICA CANCER TRANTEX TREETOP PUBLISHING TRIPLE-S STEEL SUPPLY CO TRIUMPH LEARNING TRIUMPH LEARNING TROPICAL CHILL SNOWCONES TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROY RALLS TUESDAY MORNING INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/12/08 11/17/08 11/19/08 11/13/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/24/08 11/14/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 205.32 403.81 830.00 1,724.75 3,512.50 3,286.00 5,032.25 6,141.35 288.90 496.23 202.42 126.00 84.00 84.00 195.20 34.00 2,012.00 184.00 1,289.10 80.36 951.60 166,318.23 1,286.37 660.81 946.96 4.60 767.70 2,700.00 40.00 477.00 800.76 125.00 3,300.00 78.00 132.50 21.80 1,114.91 242.83 294.65 550.53 168.59 176.90 182.92 1,899.84 2,557.92 1,398.42 250.00 16,240.97 1,555.13 12.30

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VENDOR NAME TUMBERLINSON, ARLENE TURRUBIARTES, JAMES & TWO COOL PERCUSSION U A P DISTRIBUTION INC U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A MOBILITY WIRELESS INC U S DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE U S GAMES U S POSTAL SERVICE U S POSTAL SERVICE U S POSTMASTER U S SCHOOL SUPPLY U S TECH U S TECH U S TECH ULINE ULTIMATE OFFICE UNCLE BOBS SELF STORAGE (255) UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE CO UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN UPSTART US Dept. of Education V C A ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER V W CREDIT LEASING LTD VALERIAN STANLEY GURKA, JR VAN HOFF INC SUBWAY SANDWICHES VANCE C DUNCAN VELASQUEZ, NELSON YOBANY VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERNIER SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY VERONICA URIBE-ARCHUNDIA VESCO VESCO VESCO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/12/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/03/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/04/08 11/04/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/09/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/10/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/11/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 248.95 481.53 394.10 197.45 120.00 50.00 2,777.50 2,310.00 185.29 250.00 202.50 37.09 278.66 77.59 692.62 353.38 299.57 1,811.48 97.60 497.02 5,699.38 8.33 8.40 22,982.40 197.77 108.75 53.16 436.00 34.45 50.19 77.84 62.52 293.08 56.15 46.66 498.34 145.04 190.10 40.20 37.56 32.13 40.10 220.35 95.00 29.88 116.78 109.81 69.89 13.68 37.00

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VENDOR NAME VESCO VESCO VESCO VESCO VICKI SHEPPARD VICTOR BATISTE VICTOR KEASLER VICTOR KEASLER VICTOR RAYGOZA VICTOR RAYGOZA VILLARREAL, YOLANDA VIRGINIA HAMNETT VULCAN CONSTRUCTION W A CARTER W C A WASTE SYSTEMS INC W C A WASTE SYSTEMS INC W GILLETTE DOOLAN W T COX SUBSCRIPTIONS W T COX SUBSCRIPTIONS W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALLACE PACKAGING, LLC 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 WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/13/08 11/16/08 11/17/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/18/08 11/19/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/24/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/05/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/20/08 11/19/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 37.14 10.77 72.95 23.01 58.37 62.42 17.17 97.26 169.84 79.57 140.51 53.88 62.34 59.82 18.84 83.70 123.38 14.84 53.64 36.00 11.44 33.26 434.11 187.31 135.48 128.70 26,324.22 2,723.29 1,165.70 3,380.13 69.30 561.92 182.70 341.29 934.26 535.46 535.46 86.40 92.52 3,824.00 612.75 58.90 52.82 148.65 6,240.00 87.40 5,307.39 5,207.39 105.00 95.00

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VENDOR NAME 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 WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WALTERS SWIM SUPPLIES INC WARREN KEITH PALMER JR. WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE MANAGEMENT WATCO EQUIPMENT WAVELENGTH INC. WAYNE PIANGENTI WEEKLY READER WEEKLY READER WELDON, WILLIAMS & LICK INC WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL TEXAS WELLS FARGO HOME MTG WELLS FARGO HOME MTG WENDY MARIE GILBREATH WENDY WISEBURN WENGER CORPORATION WEST MUSIC CO WEST MUSIC CO WILBERT JONES, JR WILLAM V MACGILL & CO WILLAM V MACGILL & CO WILLAM V MACGILL & CO WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM HOWARD WHITLEY WILLIAM M MCDONALD

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 11-01-2008 THRU 11-30-2008 CK-DATE 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/07/08 11/05/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/07/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/05/08 11/05/08 11/07/08 11/14/08 11/19/08 11/21/08 11/21/08 11/14/08 11/21/08 11/07/08 11/19/08 11/12/08 11/21/08 11/12/08 11/12/08 11/19/08 11/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 50.00 50.00 200.00 6,454.50 4,538.25 1,798.00 566.00 152.19 685.74 191.77 25.36 137.89 175.00 239.06 100.00 416.00 207.55 4,433.77 193.00 244.80 320.00 313.15 342.46 73.43 250.00 550.00 432.81 328.58 1,376.14 625.00 16,929.78

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VENDOR NAME WILLIAM OGDEN WILLIAM OGDEN WILLIAM SURFACE WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT INC WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT INC WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT INC WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT INC WILSONART INTERNATIONAL WILSONART INTERNATIONAL WILSONART INTERNATIONAL WINDELL CURTISS GILL WOLVERINE SPORTS SUPPLY WOODLANDS HIGH SCHOOL WRIGHT, EDWIN G WRITING ACADEMY XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XL PARTS XL PARTS YEN PHUNG DBA YOLANDA DE LA GARZA YOUNG AUDIENCES INC OF HOUSTON YVONNE RUSSELL ZAPATA, MAXIMILIANO III ZAVALA, JOSE & RAMIREZ, PAULA ZOOMERANG ZYTRON INC

___________________

TOTAL CASH* * * DISBURSEMENTS

$15,170,529.46 _______________

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Local Maintenance Fund Current Month REVENUES

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget

Expenditures

Encumbrances

Expenditures

Balance

5700

Local And Intermediate Sources

115,928,528

9,242,289

-

11,361,233

104,567,295

5800 5900 7900

State Sources Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

22,920,663 245,146 545

-

140,827,385 301,510 545

88,239,566 2,080,499 (545)

TOTAL REVENUES

347,377,488

32,408,643

-

152,490,672

194,886,816

228,610,555 6,029,369 4,108,969 3,717,306 26,067,034 11,338,973 154,583 3,870,078 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,466,220 44,982,150 3,745,923 4,571,838 492,918 1,251,929 11,220,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

20,065,357 620,139 415,447 166,173 1,107,278 929,476 16,138 340,609 2,842,355 26,012 373,853 569,704 5,949,989 290,328 251,912 47,615 (64,369) -

961,411 4,218 67,453 8,052 44,275 12,493 7,725 2,300 112,846 276,573 296,184 25,684 240,985 780,731 -

68,460,248 1,710,664 1,257,055 598,270 6,665,686 3,401,057 60,331 1,199,914 4,820,736 26,012 1,226,590 1,985,931 11,526,457 1,238,825 931,802 163,314 339,178 (166,730) -

159,188,897 4,314,486 2,784,462 3,110,984 19,357,073 7,925,423 94,252 2,662,438 4,705,394 (18,795) 4,537,192 6,203,716 33,159,508 2,481,414 3,399,051 329,604 1,251,929 10,100,092 790,730 1,173,202 -

375,837,322

33,948,017

2,840,930

105,445,340

267,551,052

313,045,803 28,791,896 12,751,659 8,720,945 1,251,929 11,275,090 -

25,804,958 4,626,274 1,327,113 140,950 2,048,722 -

1,198,419 715,664 61,217 865,631 -

92,015,154 7,019,560 3,049,979 615,060 2,745,586 -

221,030,649 20,573,917 8,986,016 8,044,668 1,251,929 7,663,873 -

375,837,322

33,948,017

2,840,930

105,445,340

267,551,052

EXPENDITURES 11 12 13 21 23 31 32 33 34 35 36 41 51 52 53 61 71 81 95 99 00

Instruction Instructional Resource & Media Curriculum & Staff Development Instructional Leadership School Leadership Guidance & Counseling Social Work Services Health Services Pupil Transportation Food Service Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring Data Processing Community Services Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Governmemntal Charges Other Uses

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 6200 6300 6400 6500 6600 8900

Payroll Costs Contracted Services Supplies & Materials Other Operating Debt Service Capital Outlay Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

3000

Beginning Fund Balance

3410

Reserve for Inventory

3600

(28,459,834)

55,439,284 1,575,555

Adjusted Beginning Fund Balance

53,863,729

Estimated Ending Fund Balance

25,403,895

47,045,333

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Debt Service Fund Current Month REVENUES

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget

Expenditures

Encumbrances

Expenditures

Balance

5700

Local And Intermediate Sources

26,690,000

983,662

-

1,152,798

25,537,202

5800 5900 7900

State Sources Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

15,400,000 -

17,065,104 -

-

17,065,104 -

(1,665,104) -

TOTAL REVENUES

42,090,000

18,048,766

-

18,217,902

23,872,098

-

-

-

-

-

Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Uses

42,090,000 -

57,623 -

-

757,082 -

41,332,918 -

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

42,090,000

57,623

-

757,082

41,332,918

-

-

-

-

-

42,090,000 -

57,623 -

-

757,082 -

41,332,918 -

42,090,000

57,623

-

757,082

41,332,918

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 81 95 00

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 6600 8900

Debt Service Capital Outlay Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

24,335,720

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

24,335,720

17,460,819

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Campus Activity Funds Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget -

Expenditures 418,550 678 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 828,838 678 -

TOTAL REVENUES

-

419,228

-

829,516

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

-

66,899 10,390 252 41,918 48,852 450 -

9,134 148 3,998 17,677 -

173,677 18,878 770 252 98,333 103,065 450 -

-

168,761

30,955

395,425

-

3,034 3,895 115,490 46,343 -

1,342 20,009 9,604 -

15,811 6,850 252,752 120,012 -

-

168,761

30,955

395,425

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

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

1,790,380

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

1,790,380

434,090

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Bond 2004 - Growing Together Current Month 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

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget -

Expenditures 5,234 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 153,127 -

Balance (153,127) -

-

5,234

-

153,127

(153,127)

53,903,768 -

3,653,199 -

23,946,052 -

199,464 -

29,758,252 -

53,903,768

3,653,199

23,946,052

199,464

29,758,252

53,903,768 -

3,653,199 -

23,946,052 -

199,464 -

29,758,252 -

53,903,768

3,653,199

23,946,052

199,464

29,758,252

(53,903,768)

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

47,755,366

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

(6,148,402)

(46,338)

Unencumbered

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Bond Pay As You Go Current Month Current

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget 234,570 -

Expenditures -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures -

Balance 234,570 -

TOTAL REVENUES

234,570

-

-

-

234,570

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

567,921 -

-

69,610 -

-

498,311 -

567,921

-

69,610

-

498,311

567,921 -

-

69,610 -

-

498,311 -

567,921

-

69,610

-

498,311

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

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

(333,351)

384,962 51,611

Unencumbered

-

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 All Special Revenue Funds Current Month Current REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Revenues /

Revenues /

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 124,226 (24,322) 37,693 -

Unencumbered Balance (124,226) 24,322 (37,693) -

-

Expenditures (36) 21,114 82,128 -

TOTAL REVENUES

-

103,206

-

137,597

(137,597)

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

-

1,782,916 1,523 92,279 142,852 41,277 215,973 3,416 20,013 1,480 13,375 6,240 -

121,422 400 2,023 -

5,439,603 3,018 248,909 527,689 121,524 756,668 11,731 69,442 (43) 3,198 7,452 46,333 9,551 -

(5,561,025) (3,418) (250,931) (527,689) (121,524) (756,668) (11,731) (69,442) 43 (3,198) (7,452) (46,333) (9,551) -

-

2,321,344

123,845

7,245,074

(7,368,919)

-

1,921,267 84,273 275,853 39,951 -

330 11,861 111,655 -

6,378,729 369,668 397,947 98,731 -

(6,378,729) (369,998) (409,808) (210,386) -

-

2,321,344

123,845

7,245,074

(7,368,919)

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

Budget

Year-to-Date Year-to-Date

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

2200

Beginning Deferred Revenue

-

3600

Ending Balance

-

(7,107,478)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Food Service Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget 6,764,750 529,496

Expenditures 462,329 90,833

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 1,355,755 90,833

Balance 5,408,995 438,663

Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

19,047,379 -

1,780,208 -

-

6,022,995 -

13,024,384 -

TOTAL REVENUES

26,341,625

2,333,370

-

7,469,583

18,872,042

-

-

-

-

-

Food Service Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring Data Processing Community Services Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Uses

26,341,625 -

2,400,023 -

50,922 -

6,802,575 -

19,488,128 -

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

26,341,625

2,400,023

50,922

6,802,575

19,488,128

9,813,771 110,347

789,093 1,071

15,410

2,800,091 3,920

7,013,680 91,017

14,005,991 1,947,831 463,685 -

1,530,177 79,681 -

34,409 1,103 -

3,729,961 268,603 -

10,241,621 1,678,125 463,685 -

26,341,625

2,400,023

50,922

6,802,575

19,488,128

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 7900

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 36 41 51 52 53 61 71 81 95 00

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 6400 6500 6600 8900

Supplies & Materials Other Operating Debt Service Capital Outlay Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

1,637,602

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

1,637,602

Unencumbered

667,008

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of November 30, 2008 Technology Fund Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget

Expenditures

Expenditures 1,408,669 -

Balance

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

1,271,336 -

1,408,669 -

Encumbrances -

TOTAL REVENUES

1,271,336

1,408,669

-

1,408,669

(137,333)

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

1,271,336 -

128,486 -

33,851 -

259,424 -

978,061 -

1,271,336

128,486

33,851

259,424

978,061

16,855 1,235,960 18,521 -

360 1,268 126,858 -

2,000 31,851 -

360 1,480 249,463 8,121 -

(360) 13,375 954,646 10,400 -

1,271,336

128,486

33,851

259,424

978,061

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

-

1,149,245

(137,333) -

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT ACTIVITY FUNDS STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES As of November 30, 2008

ASSETS: Cash and Investments Accounts Receivable:

$420,053

TOTAL ASSETS

$420,053

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accounts Payable

$420,053

Total Liabilities

$420,053

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

$0 $0

Total Fund Equity

$0

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$420,053

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GROUP BENEFIT PLAN STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES As of November 30, 2008

REVENUES: Investment Interest Premiums/Contributions Stop Loss Recoveries

$39,721 $6,106,656 $67,324

TOTAL REVENUES

$6,213,701

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

$501,432 $5,954,967 $177,109

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$6,633,507

Excess - Revenue over Expenditures For 2008-2009

($419,806)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GROUP BENEFIT PLAN STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES As of November 30, 2008

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

$10,834,518

TOTAL ASSETS

$10,834,518

$0 $0

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accounts Payable Accrued Health Claims Payable

$0 $0

Total Liabilities

$0

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

$11,254,323 ($419,806)

Total Fund Equity

$10,834,518

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$10,834,518

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WORKER'S COMPENSATION SELF-INSURANCE FUND STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES As of November 30, 2008

REVENUES: Investment Interest Contributions from Other Funds

$6,008 $0

TOTAL REVENUES

$6,008

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

$179,593

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$179,593

Excess - Revenue over Expenditures For 2008-2009

($173,585)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WORKER'S COMPENSATION SELF-INSURANCE FUND STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES As of November 30, 2008

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

$3,488,754

TOTAL ASSETS

$3,488,754

$0 $0

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accrued Claims Payable

($116,386)

Total Liabilities

($116,386)

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

$3,778,726 ($173,585)

Total Fund Equity

$3,605,140

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$3,488,754

SUBJECT:

Check Disbursements for the Month of December, 2008.

BACKGROUND:

The following pages recap the disbursements made for accounts payable and payroll for the month of December. 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.

The following is a summary of invoices paid during the month of December, 2008:

ACCUMULATED FUND CHARGES

199

LOCAL MAINTENANCE

2xx

SPECIAL REVENUE

$5,946,664.06 546,786.90

3xx 4xx 240

FOOD SERVICE

411

TECHNOLOGY FUND

127,318.25

461

ACTIVITY

226,082.88

511

DEBT SERVICE

63X

BOND SERIES 2005, 2006, 2007

691

PAY AS YOU GO

753

GROUP BENEFIT FUND

770

WORKERS COMPENSATION

863

PAYROLL

865

AGENCY TOTAL

1,036,377.58

32,179.04 6,960,262.06 0.00 140,046.53 0.00 1,425,495.14 43,944.55 $16,485,156.99

The following is a summary of payroll for the month of December, 2008:

PAYROLL

199

LOCAL MAINTENANCE

2xx

SPECIAL REVENUE

$21,886,916.17 1,727,292.11

3xx 4xx 240

FOOD SERVICE

418

TRS SUPPLEMENT

0.00

461

ACTIVITY

0.00

753

GROUP BENEFIT FUND

0.00

865

AGENCY

0.00

TOTAL

601,470.85

$24,215,679.13

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/15/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 68.09 53.82 226.78 445.66 174.26 1,797.31 387.20 199.91 1,447.50 3,608.00 565.51 471.63 496.49 410.96 24,742.10 900.00 89.00 324.00 936.00 235.00 3,476.69 1,931.00 385.00 508.50 1,835.50 492.67 31.07 1,044.77 13,470.12 751.15 19,719.80 6,173.88 350.00 306,918.00 62.21 538.00 157.11 314.22 100.00 792.00 32.28 131.34 295.00 79.99 366.95 456.70 1,600.00 2,372.38 469.50 2,375.64

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VENDOR NAME 99 CENT ONLY STORES 9ER'S GRILL A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C COLLINS FORD INC. A C R SUPPLY INC A C R SUPPLY INC A C T RGV HOUSTON - DALLAS A D A RESOURCES INC A D A RESOURCES INC A M C MUSIC A M C MUSIC A M C MUSIC A M S PRODUCTIONS A S B O INTERNATIONAL A S C D A S C D A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A S E RESOURCES INC A T & T A T & T A T & T A T & T A T & T LONG DISTANCE A T & T MOBILITY A T P E A T T A C K SYSTEMS A W MECHANICAL SERVICES AARON JACOB PENTON A-ATHLETIC & MEDICAL SUPPLY ABBOTT NUTRITION ABBOTT NUTRITION ABBY CORRINGTON ABECEDARIAN COMPANY ABILITATIONS ABRAMS & CO PUBLISHERS INC ABYDOS LEARNING ACADEMY / PASADENA STORE ACCURATE LABEL DESIGNS ACCU-TECH CORPORATION ACCU-TECH PLUS ACE IMAGE WEAR ACE T-SHIRTS ACME ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE IN

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 395.94 287.16 192.00 101,230.93 101,573.61 1,364.80 137.50 1,037.55 450.00 2,923.48 126.00 512.00 901.00 1,665.89 273.10 169.54 660.40 660.40 66.50 3,825.74 964.60 10,951.54 277.29 171.99 53.40 112.76 120.33 179.02 270.00 104.14 40.00 42.12 87.00 112.35 93.00 40.21 123.71 192.10 27.26 89.55 50.00 95.68 64.00 530.00 167.96 400.00 382.75 222.81 93.78 110.46

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VENDOR NAME ACT PIPE AND SUPPLY INC ADAM MALEK ADAPTIVE DRIVING ACCESS INC ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS, INC ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS, INC ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCE SCREEN PRINTING ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS OF TEX ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS OF TEX ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS OF TEX ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS ADVANCED GRAPHICS Aetna Long Term Care Aetna Long Term Care AHA PROCESS, INCORPORATED AHA PROCESS, INCORPORATED AIMS EDUCATION FOUNDATION AIR FILTERS, INC AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AIRGAS SOUTHWEST AKWELEY EL ALBERT G GONZALES ALBERTO TORRES ALDINE I S D ALDO FRANCISCO PRADO ALENA JOAN GRINSTEAD ALENA JOAN GRINSTEAD ALENA JOAN GRINSTEAD ALENA JOAN GRINSTEAD ALENA JOAN GRINSTEAD ALERT SERVICES INC ALFRED ALAN VALDEZ ALFRED BROUGHTON ALICE MCCOY ALISON LENTZ ALL AMERICA SALES CORP ALLIANCE MULTICULTURAL ALLISON GAIL BINNICKER ALLISON STEVENS ALLSTATE SIGN & PLAQUE ALLSTATE SIGN & PLAQUE ALMA LIDIA ENRIQUEZ ALTA NUTE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/11/08 12/04/08 12/08/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/04/08 12/11/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/08/08

CK-AMOUNT 84.63 300.00 70.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 173.08 14,556.79 15,266.20 14,396.03 973.19 27.50 29.85 449.99 432.63 59.92 169.95 205.00 2,140.00 731.50 1,824.68 19.95 230.00 338.00 325.00 352.00 44.00 110.00 24.90 41.00 50.96 55.00 250.00 99.76 28.63 50.00 494.82 85.64 21.64 70.96 5.00 152.67 24.00 65.00 250.00 46.80 141.61 12.00 61.53 20.00

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VENDOR NAME ALTA NUTE ALTIMA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. ALVIN C SIMMONS JR ALVIN HIGH SCHOOL ALVIN I S D ALVIN ISD ALYTA TENGASANTOS HARRELL AM HERIT LIFE INS AM HERIT LIFE INS AM HERIT LIFE INS AM HERIT LIFE INS CRITICAL CAR AMANDA MARTINEZ AMANDA PALMER AMANDA PALMER AMBER CHRISTINE HAYS AMBER MCCOY AMBER RENE GONZALES AMELIA JANE DICKERSON AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION AMERICAN LEGACY PUBLISHING AMERICAN LEGACY PUBLISHING AMERICAN LEGACY PUBLISHING AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION AMERICAN RED CROSS AMERICAN SCHOOL COUNSELORS AMERICAN VENDING & SCHOOL SUP AMERICAN VENDING & SCHOOL SUP AMERICAN VENDING & SCHOOL SUP AMMIE ENTERPRISES AMY MICHELLE WHALEN ANA ELISA BALTAZAR ANA ESCOBEDO ANA JIMENEZ ANA PAYNE ANA PAYNE ANA PAYNE ANA SEGULIN ANA SEGULIN ANA SEGULIN ANDRE MORGAN ANDRE MORGAN ANDREA SENTELL ANDREA ZAPATA ANDY MESSINA ANGELA CASTELLANO ANGELA KENNEDY-FERRARI ANGELA STALLINGS ANGELICA GARAY ANGELICA OPREA ANGELIKA MISHRA

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/08/08 12/04/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/15/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 6.00 110.75 198.32 49.93 501.30 704.30 138.12 155.77 70.00 70.00 119.00 417.69 25.12 381.47 105.86 32.00 50.00 50.00 212.42 60.00 135.00 255.00 386.00 208.00 150.00 190.00 590.00 306.14 148.00 7,200.00 62.50 100.00 1,222.25 156.18 202.11 315.00 26.75 114.70 136.57 128.55 202.81 299.66 1,293.99 120.00 60.00 81.61 29.99 193.75 532.50 125.00

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VENDOR NAME ANGELIKA MISHRA ANGELINA MARTINEZ ANITA G LAFLEUR ANNA MARIE WEAVER-JACKSON ANNE REGIER ANNE REGIER ANNEKA REED ANNEKA REED ANNEKA REED ANNEKA REED ANNETTE HILL ANNETTE STUBBS ANSCHERIDA JAMESON ANSCHERIDA JAMESON ANTHONY CRAWFORD ANTHONY FURMAN ANTHONY QUARTO ANTHONY ROBERT CESARIO ANTHONY WINDISH ANTHONY WINDISH ANTONIO ALMENDARES ANTONIO ALMENDARES ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE ANTONIO'S PIZZA & MORE APEX LEARNING INC APOLLO SIGN & T-SHIRT APOLLO SIGN & T-SHIRT APOLLO SIGN & T-SHIRT ARACELI RODRIGUEZ ARACELI RODRIGUEZ ARCHIE B DANIELS ARDETH K BRODIE ARDETH K BRODIE ARDETH K BRODIE ARDETH K BRODIE ARMANDINA SAENZ ARMSTRONG REPAIR CENTER INC ARMSTRONG REPAIR CENTER INC ARNECIA HARRIS ARNECIA HARRIS ARNETT MATHIS ARNOLD ALANIS ARROW PLASTICS ARROW PLASTICS ART ALEMAN

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/15/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08

CK-AMOUNT 70.37 38,866.80 12,730.90 39,468.60 1,362.75 163.79 3,377.20 83.14 73.24 940.00 3,703.00 214.50 498.00 1,095.00 87.00 399.00 2,586.80 3,986.00 1,196.50 77.55 48.16 2,380.50 874.95 306.00 150.00 180.79 3,194.91 482.47 2,352.98 27.22 68.54 246.33 330.00 40.00 158.03 105.00 207.48 49,708.52 350.00 3,000.00 5,000.00 130.00 137.50 97.00 461.16 48.68 16.93 14.17 38.02 59.81

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VENDOR NAME ARTHUR WILLIAMS ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ATHLETIC, MISC EXPENSE ATLAS PEN & PENCIL CORP ATLAS TRUCK SALES AUDRA RAMOS AUGUSTA CLOYD AUTOMATED BUSINESS SYSTEMS AVES AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS INC AVES AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS INC AWARD COMPANY OF AMERICA AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYLESCO UNIFORM SALES AYUB MOKARZEL B & G PASADENA WHOLESALE B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO AUDIO B & H PHOTO, VIDEO, PRO AUDIO B A F L PASADENA PANTHERS B I C S I B M I EDUCATIONAL SERVICES B S N CORP BABIES R US BABIN'S SEAFOOD HOUSE BADGE 703 SALES BAINE LEE MCCLURE BALL CHAIN MANUFACTURING CO BALL HIGH SCHOOL BALL HIGH SCHOOL BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHERS BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHERS BALLARD & TIGHE PUBLISHERS BANK OF AMERICA BANK OF NEW YORK BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST BANZAI FRESH BARBARA CARACCIOLO BARBARA DIANE KIMBALL BARBARA DIANE KIMBALL BARBARA DIANE KIMBALL BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN BARBARA KROHN

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/02/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 99.00 63.11 95.36 75.00 3,169.96 66.00 390.00 71.00 142.95 271.80 129.27 403.60 490.36 59.80 118.96 271.76 598.00 31.59 1,902.00 1,232.81 21.50 5,590.62 25.74 384.07 1,379.23 16.60 23,670.10 75.00 213.00 1,525.00 319.59 1,270.97 21.65 195.16 20.48 386.10 252.00 252.00 262.00 236.96 100.00 596.71 366.34 7,982.31 161.90 484.38 43.85 3,495.60 532.00 270.00

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VENDOR NAME BARBARA KUNTZ BARBARA L KETCHAM BARBARA PETTIS BARBERS HILL ISD BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS INC BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS INC BARCELONA SPORTING GOODS INC BARMORE INSURANCE AGENCY INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARNES & NOBLE INC BARRIE CUDMORE BARRY GIBSON BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PARTS BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PARTS BASS & MEINEKE AUTO PARTS BASS COMPUTERS, INC. BAUDVILLE INC BAUDVILLE INC BAUER VISUAL GRAPHICS INC BAY ARCHITECTS INC BAY AREA MACHINE WORK INC BAY CITY HIGH SCHOOL BAYWOOD COUNTRY CLUB BE PUBLISHING BE PUBLISHING BEAU MILLER BED BATH AND BEYOND BELINDA GARZA BERNADETE CONSILIO BERTHA BLEDSOE BERTHA BLEDSOE BERTHA SHERRILL BERYL BAILEY BEST BUY #357 BEST BUY GOV/ED LLC BEST BUY GOV/ED LLC BEST BUY GOV/ED LLC BETTY S BURR BEVERLY JO KRELL BIG LOTS BIG Z LUMBER BIG Z LUMBER BILLY CECIL MCKELVEY JR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/15/08 12/10/08 12/01/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 60.00 80.76 1,111.61 362.38 450.00 20,181.28 7,267.92 6,653.84 2,605.00 110.00 250.00 181.18 133,597.51 23,113.07 48,246.88 43,584.28 21,786.60 3,116.04 1,103.15 349.36 2,332.78 113.85 111.75 1,400.00 1,500.00 800.00 800.00 19,200.85 5,270.00 20,822.18 922.50 1,568.70 1,316,243.00 1,360,123.00 90.39 422.84 210.00 30.50 62.00 191.64 3,950.00 49.04 50.00 201.00 180.00 270.00 50.00 159.00 243.10 350.00

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VENDOR NAME BILLY G RIPLEY BILLY R BELL BIWAY MEDIA BLACK-EYED PEA BLAKE EMMONS BLOCK VISION OF TEXAS, INC BLUE BELL CREAMERIES, LP BLUE BELL CREAMERIES, LP BLUE BELL CREAMERIES, LP BOARD OF TAX PROF EXAMINERS BOBBY DANYSH BONNIE ALEXANDER BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BORDEN MILK PRODUCTS LP BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOSWORTH PAPERS INC BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOKS INC BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOKS INC BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOKS INC BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY BOY SCOUT TROOP 158 BOY SCOUT TROOP 388 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA TROOP 16 BOYD, SMITH & ASSOCIATES BRACEWELL & GIULIANI, LLP BRACEWELL & GIULIANI, LLP BRACEWELL & GIULIANI, LLP BRADY HULL & ASSOCIATES BRADY HULL & ASSOCIATES BRAE BURN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BRAE BURN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BRANDON RUMFIELD BRAWNER PAPER CO INC BRAZOSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL BRENDA MEYOYER BRENDA MITCHELL BRENDA MITCHELL BRENDA PARTRIDGE BRENDA SAENZ BRENDA VARVOUTIS BRENDA WALLER BRENDAN LYONS BRENT HUGHES BRIAN DRAKE BRIAN WOODARD BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS BRIE ANNA LOPEZ

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 592.92 57.75 330.52 100.00 36.55 111.00 372.32 40.30 216.52 35.00 45.07 188.02 1,662.00 810.20 480.70 242.90 120.00 75.17 179.01 300.00 180.00 350.00 1,548.00 3,153.60 38.94 199.00 174.45 110.00 49.95 72.00 1,638.00 785.00 9,810.00 231.00 118.00 5,904.00 690.00 79.11 72.29 5,095.30 1,436.40 248.85 40.00 180.00 20,338.60 4,275.00 81,801.00 1,562,733.93 1,289,549.55 548.25

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VENDOR NAME BRINDA KAY STANFIELD BRINK'S INCORPORATED BRINK'S INCORPORATED BRITTANY GALLARDO BRODART COMPANY BRODERICK LOUIS GRISSETT BROOKE ELAINE LAURA BROOKE ELAINE LAURA BROOKE LYLES BROOKE LYLES BROOKE LYLES BROOKE LYLES BROOKS & SPARKS INC BROOKS DUPLICATOR CO BROOKS DUPLICATOR CO BROOKS DUPLICATOR CO BRUCE STONE BRULINDA A PFANNES BRYAN EUGENE GRIPP BRYAN HIGH SCHOOL BRYAN MICHAEL SMOUTHER BUCK SNIDER BUCKEYE CLEANING CENTERS BUCKEYE CLEANING CENTERS BUCKLE DOWN PUBLISHING BUREAU OF EDUCATION & RESEARCH BURLESON FLORIST BURLESON FLORIST BURLESON FLORIST BUSINESS PROF OF AMERICA BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMER BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMER BUSINESS SOFTWARE, INC BUSTERS BAR-B-QUE BUSTERS BAR-B-QUE BUTTER BRAID FUNDRAISING BUTTER BRAID FUNDRAISING BYRON A JACKSON BYRON G THURMOND C C V SOFTWARE C C V SOFTWARE C C V SOFTWARE C E KING HIGH SCHOOL C L TAYLOR C S T ENVIRONMENTAL INC C S T ENVIRONMENTAL INC CADENCE MCSHANE CORPORATION CADENCE MCSHANE CORPORATION CADENCE MCSHANE CORPORATION CALIBRE PRESS LLC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 64.57 100.00 270.00 87.46 54.13 165.50 5,874.50 2,157.50 560.25 607.96 840.00 515.95 73.04 5,000.00 272.03 49.85 180.00 50.00 88.40 28.77 147.29 33.04 45.10 81.79 40.81 77.17 49.00 582.43 165.50 129.23 3,480.96 185.00 23.56 190.71 41.13 20.00 540.40 226.30 194.22 34.55 179.84 21.92 688.26 266.54 50.00 676.60 503.23 388.78 1,566.43 100.00

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VENDOR NAME CALVIN N SMITH JR CAMTU NGUYEN CANARY SIMMONS CANARY SIMMONS CANDACE AHLFINGER CANDACE AHLFINGER CANDLES & MORE INC CANDLES & MORE INC CANDLES & MORE INC CAPSTONE PRESS INC CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CAREER TRACK CARL JENKINS CARL RUSSELL DESIGNS, INC CARLA P SMITH CARLEX CARLOS G GARZA CARLOS HERRERA, JR CARLOS LUIS CARLOS LUIS CARLOS LUIS CARMEN DOMINGUEZ CAROL CAUDLE BUYS CAROL COULSTON CAROL COULSTON CAROL COULSTON CAROL COULSTON CAROL WILDS CAROLE HELMLE CAROLE HELMLE CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY CO CAROLINA TURRUBIATES CAROLYN A ELENDER CAROLYN HEADBERG CAROLYN KAYE POST CAROLYN KAYE POST CAROLYN MASHBURN CAROLYN PEIRSOL CAROLYN PRESTON CAROLYN WALLER CARQUEST AUTO PARTS CARQUEST AUTO PARTS CARQUEST AUTO PARTS CARQUEST AUTO PARTS CARRIE LELSZ CARRIE MOORE CARRIER CORPORATION CARRIER CORPORATION CARRIER CORPORATION CASEY SMITH

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/05/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/15/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/01/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 67.05 500.00 865.95 33.93 50.00 3,711.42 175.78 3,019.05 10,824.10 111,032.18 67.42 458.44 868.04 180.00 2,002.05 2,502.70 3,519.90 237.45 105.44 190.34 95.53 84.57 5,457.20 470.00 191.00 1,324.20 149.70 216.00 4,790.25 712.50 74.44 140.00 91.98 119.45 315.00 79.10 435.75 9.50 6,767.77 807.31 278.00 99.50 156.49 106.50 350.00 80.00 62.50 106.50 105.45 62.30

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VENDOR NAME CASHIER, P I S D CATER, INC CATER, INC CATHERINE ANN JABLONSKI CATHY'S HEALING HANDS CENGAGE LEARNING CENTER FOR LEARNING CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTERPOINT ENERGY CENTRAL HARDWARE INC CENTRAL HARDWARE INC CERAMIC STORE INC CHAD ST JEAN CHALKS TRUCK PARTS INC CHALKS TRUCK PARTS INC CHALKS TRUCK PARTS INC CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY INC CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY INC CHANNEL BEARING & SUPPLY INC CHAPMAN VENDING AND COFFEE SVC CHAPMAN VENDING AND COFFEE SVC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARCO PROMOTIONAL PRODS INC CHARLENE DUNN CHARLES DAVIS CHARLES SWAN CHARLES WAYNE BURTON CHARLES WILLIAMS JR CHARLES WILLIAMS JR CHARLOTTE A MANNING CHARLOTTE SPENCER CHEFS PRODUCE CHERYL COX EDU CONSULTANTS CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A CHILDREN'S SUCCESS FOUNDATION CHIPOLTE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 270.00 250.00 25.00 100.00 86.91 84.00 263.00 365.00 330.00 180.00 30.00 78.93 219.45 50.00 208.00 268.73 395.00 23.28 29.48 26.62 250.00 251.50 11,683.09 549.45 232.10 146.76 17,848.35 2,880.44 3,233.50 14,917.01 695.63 0.00 28,006.41 12,138.39 16,473.60 425.00 3,590.84 199.04 36.90 4,504.55 809.00 593.41 248.21 369.00 540.00 44.90 121.28 107.72 219.29 467.97

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VENDOR NAME CHRIS FINKLEA CHRIS L GREEN CHRISTIAN AWARDS OF AMERICA CHRISTINA PARK CHRISTOPHER DWAYNE ROGERS CHRISTY YOUNG CHRISTY'S SNOW VILLAGE CHRISTY'S SNOW VILLAGE CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CICI'S PIZZA CINDY LISA COLE CINDY NARON CINDY NARON CINEMARK THEATRES (CNMK TX PRP CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CINTAS CORPORATION #81 CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER DEPT CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER DEPT CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER DEPT CITY OF HOUSTON - WATER DEPT CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA CITY OF PASADENA - CONTROLLER CITY OF SO HOUSTON - WATER DPT CITY OF SO HOUSTON - WATER DPT CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CITY SUPPLY CO, INC CLARENCE W MITCHELL, JR CLARKE DISTRIBUTING CO CLARKE DISTRIBUTING CO CLASSROOM DIRECT CLASSROOM DIRECT CLASSROOM DIRECT CLAUDE TOUCHETTE CLAUDIA GARZA

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/11/08 12/11/08

CK-AMOUNT 54.94 66.30 147.00 3,040.77 130.00 468.00 40.00 80.00 352.18 212.50 50.00 80.00 18.18 1,550.00 2,790.00 3,403.68 163.50 3,501.50 80.00 300.00 45.00 98.97 79.95 79.95 79.95 79.95 79.95 28.80 11.52 1,750.00 8,262.50 51,250.00 23,000.00 44.19 123.00 300.00 4,693.50 600.12 50.00 20,708.00 170.00 72.00 9.08 270.00 79.11 50.80 346.35 1,221.40 56.91 127.50

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VENDOR NAME CLAUDIA GARZA CLAUDIA PEREZ CLEAR BROOK AQUATICS CLEAR BROOK CITY M.U.D. CLEAR BROOK HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR CREEK GOLF COURSE CLEAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL CLEAR SPRING HIGH SCHOOL CLOVIS LANE LEWIS CMS COMMUNICATIONS, INC COACH COMM COACH U S A COCA-COLA ENTERPRISES COCA-COLA ENTERPRISES COLENCIA REED COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGE BOARD COLLEGIATE PACIFIC INC COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMMERCIAL ART SUPPLY COMMERCIAL ART SUPPLY COMMUNICAID COMMUNICATION AXESS ABILITY COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS COMMUNITY EVENING SCH MISC EXP COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES COMPLETE ATHLETE COMPLETE ATHLETE COMPLETE LINE GLASS WHOLESALER CONROE HIGH SCHOOL CONTROL SOLUTIONS INC CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES COOKE, J P COMPANY COOKE, J P COMPANY COREY JACKSON COREY JACKSON CORLISS PRIVETTE CORWIN PRESS INC CORWIN PRESS INC CORY BRUNSON CORY BRUNSON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/02/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/02/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 375.00 566.38 425.00 100.00 3,766.50 5,877.98 250.00 1,680.00 136.00 19.02 3,111.70 87.45 447.70 732.60 7.99 3,056.26 540.00 28.50 55.77 108.00 478.00 146.25 81.17 924.00 94.87 1,040.00 3,137.19 10,558.80 2,783.55 1,046.35 463.56 641.38 1,882.62 13,211.20 2,830.89 600.00 180.00 22.96 125.00 31.59 69.41 362.00 16.00 224.00 231.66 81.17 1,275.00 100.00 151.90 4,320.00

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VENDOR NAME COSN COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL COUNTRY MEATS CRAIG COREY CRE8, INC CRE8, INC CRESENCIA AGUILAR CROWD PLEASERS DANCE CAMPS INC CUAHUTEMOC PAZ CUAHUTEMOC PAZ CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES INC CVS PHARMACY CYBEREVIDENCE CYNTHIA A CAMERON CYNTHIA A LOCKE CYNTHIA A LOCKE CYNTHIA CORONADO CYNTHIA HERRERA CYNTHIA LAVET ATKINS CYNTHIA PRATT-PENA CYNTHIA RUTH WILLIAMS CYNTHIA SIMER CYPRESS RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL D & H DISTRIBUTING D & H DISTRIBUTING D & H DISTRIBUTING D F SALES D F SALES D F SALES D J INKERS D L B EDUCATIONAL CORP D L B EDUCATIONAL CORP D.A.R.E. - NEW HAMPSHIRE DAISY M LANE DANA DOUGLAS DANA G JENKINS DANA J TARTER DANA KOLHLER DANA L GARRISON DANA L GARRISON DANA L GARRISON DANA L SWANSON DANA MARIE BRADSHAW DANCELINE PRODUCTIONS DANIEL CARDENAS DANIEL LYNN ANDERSON DANKA OFFICE IMAGING COMPANY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 73.04 19,077.12 51.00 221.00 165.00 157.04 315.00 15,643.84 152.68 73.46 100.00 122.00 50.00 31.00 89.93 282.00 161.69 80.83 2,773.04 2,773.04 250.00 53.62 142.92 150.00 100.00 414.31 50.00 180.00 79.74 139.50 174.54 77.55 182.85 915.10 28,737.27 1,801.26 11,863.74 50.37 16.45 333.86 249.00 1,192.30 3,949.52 878.06 6,980.06 200.00 245.50 650.00 455.00 455.00

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VENDOR NAME DANNY DAVILA SR DANSBY & MILLER ARCHITECTS DARDON ANN HAYTER DARDON ANN HAYTER DARIUS MACKEY DARLA DANETTE MASSEY DARWYN B CRAWFORD DATA PROJECTIONS INC DAVE GRADY DAVE GRADY DAVID A GRAY DAVID ALLEN PATTERSON DAVID ANDREW ANDRUS DAVID B BERGERON JR DAVID B BOSLEY DAVID B BOSLEY DAVID BENZ DAVID EATON DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID G. PEAKE DAVID GARZA DAVID L JONES DAVID LAZENBY DAVID LYNN TAMEZ DAVID LYNN TAMEZ DAVID MICHAEL GARZA DAVID NGO DAVID ORIOL DAVID ORIOL DAVID W SEMIEN DAVID W SINCLAIR DAVID WINBORN DAVID WINBORN DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAVIDSON TITLES INC DAWN WOODWORTH DAY TIMERS INC DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEALERS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY DEANA LYNN GARZA DEANA LYNN GARZA DEANAN GOURMET POPCORN DEANAN GOURMET POPCORN DEANAN GOURMET POPCORN

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/15/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 910.00 287.32 109.19 5.90 192.00 1,652.00 50.00 700.00 4,600.00 238.95 30.00 43.00 108.00 429.61 83.25 60.00 656.00 339.68 140.00 80.00 213.43 383.92 221.02 945.48 750.23 45.46 12,875.89 104,117.78 27,910.41 244.50 1,041.10 481.47 571.41 266.29 1,971.45 129.71 10.53 92.67 114.00 180.00 165.48 61.00 34.00 80.28 145.66 152.98 32.50 343.50 330.00 87.57

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VENDOR NAME DEANAN GOURMET POPCORN DEBBIE BARRETT DEBBIE BARRETT DEBBIE SMITH DEBORAH C POWELL DEBORAH J HIRSCH DEBORAH J HIRSCH DEBORAH VANDERHOEF DEBRA A DILLER DEBRA ANN GARCIA DEBRA KRAMPEN DEBRA KRAMPEN DEBRA KRAMPEN DEBRA LANG DEBRA PINNOCK DECA - DISTRICT 3 DECA ORGANIZATION DEENA HILL, ED.D DEER PARK GOLF BOOSTER CLUB DEER PARK HIGH SCHOOL DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DEER PARK LUMBER CO INC DELEGARD TOOL CO DELEGARD TOOL CO DELEGARD TOOL CO DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELL MARKETING L P DELLA SELLS DELMHORST INSTRUMENT CO. DELTA MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DEMCO, INC DENISE CARTER GOODEN DENISE RIDGWAY DENISE RIDGWAY DENNIS EDWARDS DENNIS EDWARDS DENNIS HAYTER DENNIS HAYTER DENNIS YOUNG DENNIS YOUNG DENNIS YOUNG DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SER DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SER DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SER DEREK VAUGHN SANDERS

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/19/08 12/14/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/14/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 85.74 194.32 119.00 110.86 2,240.00 144.50 50.00 40.78 109.87 8.91 24.43 5.89 320.13 341.15 19.20 483.48 6,846.90 62.60 2,109.00 46.40 113.80 2,669.90 1,232.03 1,385,667.11 350.00 3,249.00 383.90 4,400.00 35.94 66.00 20.57 30.00 4.00 21.00 131.00 51.00 55.00 125.00 180.00 93.77 135.00 80.74 360.00 49.40 270.00 76.47 95.10 250.00 16.46 129.49

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VENDOR NAME DEREK VAUGHN SANDERS DEREK VAUGHN SANDERS DESHONDRA STOKES DETRA COLBERT DEVOLVE CORPORATION DIANA GOMEZ DIANA GOMEZ DIANA GOMEZ DIANA GOMEZ DIANE HALLMAN DIANE HALLMAN DIANE HALLMAN DIANE HORSTMAN DIANE WHEELER DICK BLICK DICK BLICK DIGITAL SPORTS VIDEO INC DINAH-MIGHT ADVENTURES, INC DINAH-MIGHT ADVENTURES, INC DINAH-MIGHT ADVENTURES, INC DINAH-MIGHT ADVENTURES, INC DIRECT BROADCAST SYSTEMS,INC DIRECT ENERGY MARKETING, INC. DIRECT ENERGY MARKETING, INC. DISCOVER WRITING COMPANY DISNEY EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTIONS DITTA MEAT COMPANY DNT EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS DOBIE DONUTS DOBIE DONUTS DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOLLAR TREE DOMINICK REZZA, II DON CARTER DONALD A WILLIAMS DONALD DEAN DONALD DEAN DONALD J CARPENTER DONALD LAMAR LAMBERT DONALD R BILBO SR DONALD R BILBO SR DONALD R CARROLL DONALD R WOEST DONNA ALSDORF DONNA ALSDORF

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/11/08 12/14/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/02/08 12/17/08 12/15/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 52.43 80.73 46.88 64.35 120.00 90.07 30.00 42.00 90.00 4,231.44 4,188.77 710.00 177.18 90.00 1,000.00 135.00 420.00 272.72 175.34 897.00 62.04 687.25 2,499.50 120.89 833.70 7,689.60 4,230.80 990.00 239.02 2,184.78 5,604.24 1,449.92 140.66 781.23 60.00 60.00 529.00 23.54 68.26 14.00 40.00 15,750.00 585.75 109.75 170.00 40.00 25.00 644.20 644.20 3,550.57

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VENDOR NAME DONNA ALSDORF DONNA ALSDORF DONNA EDWARDS DONNA L SUMMERS DONNA L SUMMERS DONOVAN JACKSON DONUT HEAVEN DONUT HEAVEN DORSEY L MILTON DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DOW FENCE & SUPPLY CO DOWNTOWN AQUARIUM DRAWING BOARD DUFFY MAPES DUSTIN TRAVIS HACKER DWAYNE L SILLS DWAYNE L SILLS DWIGHT L SCOTT DYNASTUDY, INC DYNIX INC E C S LEARNING SYSTEMS INC E F S FUNDRAISERS E T A / CUISENAIRE E T A / CUISENAIRE E T A / CUISENAIRE EAGLE BRUSH & CHEMICAL INC EAGLE BRUSH & CHEMICAL INC ECAMPUS SYSTEMS ECOLAB ECOLAB ECOLAB ECOLAB/GCS SERVICES, INC ECOLAB/GCS SERVICES, INC ECOLAB/GCS SERVICES, INC EDGAR N SMITH IV EDGAR N SMITH IV EDGEWOOD PRESS INC EDITH CORRIGEUX BARRERA EDUCATION CENTER INC EDUCATION FOUNDATION OF HARRIS EDUCATION FOUNDATION OF HARRIS EDUCATION PARTNERS SOLUTION EDUCATIONAL BRIDGE, LLC EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORIES INC EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORIES INC EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION OF TH & EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/08/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 672.00 2,587.20 111.32 70.00 40.00 68.54 55.00 80.93 321.00 23.00 29.84 404.83 71.43 19.19 123.44 93.76 782.67 40.00 50.00 300.00 110.57 93.00 48.43 40.00 250.00 20.00 67.87 225.00 231.00 67.50 25.00 46.00 375.50 310.61 67.61 198.00 76.40 144.43 128.00 48.00 101.70 81.65 349.50 57.48 54.00 247.50 33.96 966.00 250.00 37.00

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VENDOR NAME EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SERVICE EDUCATORS PUBLISHING SERVICE EDWARD GENE DEUTSCHENDORF EDWARD GENE DEUTSCHENDORF EDWARD GENE DEUTSCHENDORF EDWARD NELSON EGLANTINA TORRES EILEEN O'CONNOR EIMICKE ELAINE DELANCY ELEANOR R MANRY ELEVATOR TRANSPORTATION ELISA ROMERO ELIZA RAMOS-HERRERA ELIZABETH AGNES GEORGE ELIZABETH ANN MCCLURE ELIZABETH C ORTIZ ELIZABETH JO ANN PITZER ELIZABETH KATRA LEDFORD ELKINS HIGH SCHOOL ELLEN CRONIN-MORELAND ELLEN DEEANN POWELL ELLIE CASTILLO ELMA L NYGAARD ELOISA MARTINEZ EMILIO SANTIAGO DE LOS SANTOS EMILY COOPER EMMANUEL BLUEFORD EMPOWERING WRITERS, LLC ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED FLORIST ENCHANTED FLORIST ENGINE-UITY LTD ENGRAPHICS ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR ERIC ARMIN INC ERIC ARMIN INC ERIC MICHAEL ESPINOZA ERIC MICHAEL ESPINOZA ERIC S ALEXANDER ERIC S ALEXANDER ERIC T FREDRICKSEN ERICA EVETTE FERNANDEZ ERICA ORDOGNE ERICA REYNA ERIKA MARTIN ESCAPE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER ESTEFANNI FABRE ETHEL MOORE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/11/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 445.00 1,240.17 100.53 70.00 450.00 65.00 3,465.00 19,866.89 9,184.80 69.27 62.31 3,800.00 7,878.22 1,100.00 101.62 413.35 325.50 29.11 196.20 88.88 153.83 90.84 186.90 262.50 81.50 93.45 39.00 11.90 30.00 200.00 218.80 179.90 197.00 175.02 33.41 60.00 9,019.11 28,845.68 1,801.25 12,615.39 331.25 831.25 122.00 453.77 445.00 22.72 61.10 180.67 1,145.70 822.00

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VENDOR NAME ETOOLS4EDUCATION, LLC EUGENIA DIANE BARNES EULA F COMFORT EULA F COMFORT EVELIA EMMONS EVENT PROMOTIONS NOW EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCTS EXCALIBUR WOOD SHELVING EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXPRESS INDUSTRIES CORPORATION EXXONMOBIL FLEET/GECC EYE ON EDUCATION EZZARD HENTON EZZARD HENTON FAIRWAY SUPPLY INC FALLAS PAREDES FALLAS PAREDES FALLAS PAREDES FAMILY CUISENE FAMILY CUISENE FAMILY CUISENE FAMILY CUISENE FAMILY DOLLAR STORES FAMILY DOLLAR STORES FAMILY DOLLAR STORES FAMILY, CAREER AND COMMUNITY FAT BRAINS TOYS FAT BRAINS TOYS FEDERAL NEWS SERVICES INC FEDEX FEDEX FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FELDMAN,ROGERS,MORRiS & GROVER FERDINAND ANTHONY LABUA III FIESTA MART FIRESAFE PROTECTION SERVICES FIRST SOURCE FIRST SOURCE FITNESS FINDERS INC FLEMING INSTRUMENT REPAIR FLEMING INSTRUMENT REPAIR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/14/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/09/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 17,577.56 1,849.50 3,593.10 518.75 100.00 113.00 51.00 3,902.36 14,423.94 271.30 139.04 28.75 603.75 40.00 40.00 1,358.18 5,857.88 16.00 150.00 65.00 50.00 83.30 5.00 3,474.95 250.00 1,500.00 1,135.00 118.78 297.88 460.00 35,160.18 61.20 149.65 624.00 12,012.00 13,978.50 2,170.00 220.00 640.00 330.00 165.04 135.58 2,052.75 910.00 26,097.00 174,102.00 460.83 61.50 735.89 50.00

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VENDOR NAME FLEXBEN FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC FLOWCABULARY FLOWERS FOR YOU FLOWERS FOR YOU FLOWERS FOR YOU FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES FOOD SERVICE, MISC EXP FOOD TOWN FORDE-FERIER EDUCATIONAL FORDE-FERIER EDUCATIONAL FORT BEND I S D FORT BEND I S D FORT BEND I S D FORT BEND I S D FRANCES HERNANDEZ FRANCISCO BENGOCHEA FRANK ANDERSON FRANK ANDERSON FRED DOWLEN FRED DOWLEN FREEDOM FUNDRAISING FRIENDSWOOD HIGH SCHOOL FROG PUBLICATIONS FRONT PORCH PRESS, INC FRY'S ELECTRONICS FUDDRUCKERS FUGRO CONSULTANTS, LP FUGRO CONSULTANTS, LP FUSECO G F EDUCATOR'S INC G J LAFAVERS & CO G T M SERVICES G T M SERVICES G T M SPORTSWEAR G T M SPORTSWEAR G T M SPORTSWEAR G T M SPORTSWEAR G&K SERVICES GABBY'S BAR B Q GABBY'S BAR B Q GABBY'S BARBECUE & RIBS GAGE ROOFING & CONSTRUCTORS GAGE ROOFING & CONSTRUCTORS GAIL MCCRACKEN GAIL WARD GALENA PARK I S D GALENA PARK I S D

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/14/08 12/14/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/04/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 156.40 361.22 1,611.94 78.65 2,310.00 160.80 426.25 2,207.50 500.00 345.00 2,804.00 262.50 82.58 118.24 412.93 115.86 166.33 138.00 14.00 28.00 1,247.00 3,337.00 195.42 264.41 310.93 188.42 195.00 268.68 1,667.37 5.67 5.88 294.50 337.95 304.30 350.41 785.60 67.00 2,422.00 1,192.07 2,080.00 27.97 50.00 270.00 81.61 270.00 336,166.06 208,342.94 130,562.39 487.15 90.00

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VENDOR NAME GALLERY COLLECTION GALLERY COLLECTION GALLS INCORPORATED GALLS INCORPORATED GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GANDY INK EMB & SCREEN INC GARDEN RIDGE GARDEN RIDGE GARDEN RIDGE GARDEN RIDGE GARDEN RIDGE GARDNER & MARTIN GARDNER & MARTIN GARDNER & MARTIN GARDNER & MARTIN GARRATT-CALLAHAN COMPANY GARY CARAWAY GARY ROSS RACKLEY GARY ROSS RACKLEY GARY WARNER GARY WARNER GAYLORD BROS INC GAYLORD BROS INC GDI TIMS GDI TIMS GEEMA MOORE GENE TOULOUZA GENE TOULOUZA GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION GENERATORS OF HOUSTON GEORGE CERVANTES GEORGE CRANDALL GEORGE D CARSON GEORGE D CARSON GERALD S GREENE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER FOODS SERVICE GLAZIER SUPPLY CO GLEN BRANCH JR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/02/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 21.76 584.46 169.00 14.40 70.00 108.00 56.98 809.80 510.00 1,164.20 414.96 51.75 1,639.72 40.00 1,345.72 184.46 29,882.26 2,372.00 1,508.00 1,800.00 2,697.99 17.00 240.00 105.55 150.00 405.90 75.21 2,124.16 270.00 106.26 390.39 1,142.48 2,127.60 24.50 70.00 257.68 90.09 71.50 291.65 282.59 74.04 400.00 3,356.00 530.60 2,907.00 2,255.70 436,136.50 435,538.50 168.00 432.00

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VENDOR NAME GLENDA SHELTON GLOBAL SERVICES LLC GLOBAL SERVICES LLC GLORIA DIMAS GLORIA EDITH GONZALEZ GLORIA GALLEGOS GLORIA GARCIA GO FLOW, INC GOLD STONE AUTO GLASS GOLFCREST COUNTRY CLUB GOLFCREST COUNTRY CLUB GOLIBART-COPPEDGE, CHRISTINE M GOODHEART-WILLCOX CO INC GOOSE CREEK C I S D GOPHER GOPHER GOPHER GOURMET GIFTS INC GOURMET GIFTS INC GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH GRACE I BLASINGAME GRACE I BLASINGAME GRACE I BLASINGAME GRACIELA GONZALEZ GRANBURY HIGH SCHOOL GRANDIN BICKHAM GRANDIN BICKHAM GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY INC GRAYLON GASTON GREAT EVENTS PUBLISHING GREAT SOURCE EDUCATION GROUP GREAT SOURCE EDUCATION GROUP GREAT SOUTHWEST PAPER CO GREENWOOD PUBLISHING GROUP INC GREGORY A TUCKER GREGORY A TUCKER GREGORY H JONES GREGORY HUDSON GREGORY HUDSON GREGORY HUDSON GREGORY JONES GREGORY RIEDE PHD GUIDANCE SOFTWARE,INC GULF COAST ATHLETIC SUPPLY,INC GULF COAST ATHLETIC SUPPLY,INC GULF COAST ATHLETIC SUPPLY,INC Gulf Coast Ed Fed CU Gulf Coast Ed Fed CU GULF COAST SPECIALTIES GULF COAST SPECIALTIES

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/12/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/01/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/11/08

CK-AMOUNT 2,613.00 99.00 1,441.90 23.11 57.99 51.92 53.18 8.38 1,340.00 40.00 105.00 2,999.00 338.00 404.46 135.82 316.30 19.98 19.98 225.00 70.00 2,474.45 251.80 83.30 5.00 298,453.00 680.00 595.00 680.00 10.00 255.00 425.00 100.00 1,800.00 765.00 186.52 67.43 81.00 87.00 127.06 100.00 309.15 112.32 270.00 114.00 585.98 273.50 139.23 219.70 20.50 66.41

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VENDOR NAME GULF COAST TROPHIES INC GULF COAST TROPHIES INC GUMDROP BOOKS 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 O S A - NATIONAL H O S A - NATIONAL H O S A - T A H V A C SYSTEMS BALANCING INT HAL BOWMAN PROFESSIONAL DEVELO HAMPTON INN & SUITES HANCOCK FABRIC #1530 HANCOCK FABRICS #1116 HANDYMAN HANDYMAN HANK BEEL HANK BEEL HARCOURT ACHIEVE HARCOURT OUTLINES INC HAROLD LIVINGSTON HAROLD LIVINGSTON HARRIS COUNTY APPRAISAL DIST HARRIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ED HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY DEPT OF EDUC HARRIS COUNTY TREASURER HARTZ CHICKEN HARTZ CHICKEN HARVEY ZUNIGA HEALTH EDCO INC HEALTH MUSEUM HEARLIHY HEARLIHY HEATH HARVEY HEIDI EBERHARDT HEIGHTS ARMATURE WORKS INC HEINEMANN EDUCATIONAL BOOKS HEINEMANN EDUCATIONAL BOOKS HEINEMANN LIBRARY HEINEMANN LIBRARY HEINEMANN LIBRARY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/09/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/14/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/01/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 688.80 270.00 89.02 270.00 76.33 135.00 2,305.65 84.00 250.00 273.60 115.34 250.00 400.00 200.00 127.53 116.42 4,545.30 586.59 83.28 45.16 82.79 190.52 69.99 51.12 57.44 3.58 51.14 293.03 13.47 47.00 24.97 350.07 23.98 189.28 27.88 428.49 608.27 21.00 126.00 60.00 112.50 468.00 340.00 125.00 941.28 515.04 408.48 126.08 2,371.50 2,367.25

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VENDOR NAME HEINEMANN-RAINTREE CLASSROOM HENRY LAVIGNE JR HENRY LAVIGNE JR HENRY M PICKETT HENRY M PICKETT HERBERT GILBERT HERFF JONES INC HERLINDA ALFONZO HERLINDA GARCIA HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL CORP HIGHSMITH INC HILDA AGUILAR ZUNIGA HILL STREET BLUES DANCE EDU HILL STREET BLUES DANCE EDU HILLARY WOEST HILLARY WOEST HILTON - AUSTIN HOBART CORPORATION HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOBBY LOBBY HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HOME DEPOT HONEY BEE HAM & DELI HOSA TA HOSA TA HOSA TA HOUSTON AEROS HOUSTON AEROS HOUSTON AREA BASEBALL COACHES HOUSTON BAPTIST UNIVERSITY HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE HOUSTON CHRONICLE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/04/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/09/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 9,676.94 6,964.13 5,888.50 1,058.40 506.88 35.00 690.00 412.50 212.50 487.50 150.00 335.00 900.00 1,232.12 324.24 460.00 150.00 150.00 40.00 250.00 224.25 217.30 1,995.00 224,150.00 148.44 100.00 162.00 65.91 17.50 11.15 191.66 10.00 378.00 3,360.40 830.21 199.00 1,000.00 119.40 200.70 280.00 75.00 125.00 1,463.00 8,082.20 12,859.99 51,776.62 1,330.00 543.00 99.00 46.90

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VENDOR NAME HOUSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO HOUSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO HOUSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO HOUSTON COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER HOUSTON COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER HOUSTON GARDEN CENTERS HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SCIENCES HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SCIENCES HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SCIENCES HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NAT SCIENCES HOUSTON RADIATOR HOUSTON RADIATOR HOUSTON ROCKETS HOUSTON SWEEPERS HUBERT CORPORATION HUFFMAN-HARGRAVE HIGH SCHOOL HUGH O'BRIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP HUGH O'BRIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP HUMBLE ISD ATHLETICS HUNG VU HUNTON DISTRIBUTION GROUP HYATT REGENCY - DALLAS I A C I S I C I CONSTRUCTION, INC I C I DULUX PAINTS IAN TERRY ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICHI-BAN TROPHY & ENGRAVING ICON POLY IDEAS UNLIMITED SEMINARS LLC IGNITE LEARNING IMAGE MARKET IMAGESTUFF.COM IMAGESTUFF.COM INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INCREDIBLE PIZZA COMPANY INTEGRATED BIOMETRIC TECH INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL READING ASSN INTERNATIONAL READING ASSN

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/08/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/15/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 609.27 79.00 198.18 320.55 430.64 27.16 174.21 513.84 479.42 55.38 55.38 116.83 116.83 21.35 20.93 40.98 12,950.00 2,700.00 351.69 2,372.87 522.00 1,650.00 1,275.78 1,564.66 3,209.19 180.00 35.87 140.97 128.35 463.69 379.98 174.28 554.07 155.34 162.77 180.00 270.00 380.00 270.00 80.74 43.86 75.36 17.52 442.35 180.00 72.87 157.44 390.00 13.46 84.08

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VENDOR NAME INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INTERNATIONAL TRUCK OF HOUSTON INTERSTATE MUSIC SUPPLY INX INC IRIS BELIA MUNOZ IRIS BELIA MUNOZ IRS - AUSTIN IRS - AUSTIN IRS - BENSALEM IRS - BENSALEM IRS - HOUSTON IRS - HOUSTON ISABEL ATKINS ISAIAH LOPEZ ISMAEL CAPELO ITEACHTEXAS J & J TOURS & CHARTERS J & S PRINTING INC J A T COMPUTER CONSULTING INC J E M RESOURCE PARTNERS J K S MUSIC J W PEPPER OF DALLAS J W PEPPER OF DALLAS J. D. PARKS - P T O JABLIN WILLIAMS JACLYN LEGENDRE JAEL E HERNANDEZ JAGUAR EDUCATIONAL JAMELIA BOUIE JAMES ANDY WILLIAMS JAMES E BURKHALTER III JAMES EARLY JAMES H HORTON JAMES H HORTON JAMES HAYES JAMES KIRBY SUNDERMAN JAMES R BATES JAMES R BATISTE JAMES R BATISTE JAMES R SAWYER JAMIAN LATTIN-SIMS JAMIE BURT JAMIE BURT JAMIE ELLIS TIGNER JAMIE ELLIS TIGNER JAMIE ELLIS TIGNER JANA KAY ROSS JANA MARIE PENA JANE SIDWELL

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/02/08 12/12/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 141.75 125.00 104.24 95.66 109.50 71.86 22.14 30.00 54.82 155.00 220.00 180.00 54.93 44.54 365.50 102.40 140.87 67.90 62.47 625.93 66.42 86.46 56.73 61.79 105.00 455.00 210.00 316.32 75.76 475.00 875.00 60.66 450.00 5,555.70 119.34 214.11 16,785.00 53.84 81.36 417.69 57.00 38.99 215.28 68.62 1,121.34 289.05 291.32 85.46 371.77 7,010.42

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VENDOR NAME JANET SUE SWEEZEY JASON C ANDRENO JASON FOSSATI JASON MORRIS 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 JASON'S DELI JAVIER RODARTE JAVIER RODARTE JAYNE MCFARLAND JEAN COKINS JEAN COKINS JEAN W HAGEN JEFF EMBREY JEFFERSON NATIONAL CANCER JEFFERY GANSKE JEFFREY B HOWLETT JENADEL LANGUAGE SERVICES, LLC JENNIFER BERRY JENNIFER BERRY JENNIFER D FORST JENNIFER ELAINE BARRON JENNIFER FARRIS JENNIFER MARIE GARZA JENNIFER SALAZAR JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 185.82 378.86 16.95 3,987.87 437.18 150.00 150.00 140.00 444.50 170.36 250.00 84.00 315.00 270.00 315.00 157.46 315.00 89.02 125.00 83.17 60.00 680.05 75.65 28.05 169.95 117.93 50.00 149.51 70.00 63.72 216.45 270.00 125.00 184.10 112.00 76.48 315.00 245.70 50.00 50.00 125.00 74.08 254.57 250.00 135.00 180.00 168.12 157.00 420.00 528.00

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VENDOR NAME JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JEREMY'S BOOK SERVICE JERRY JAMES MOSES, JR JERRY JAMES MOSES, JR JERRY ROBINSON JESSE RUIZ JESSICA CASAS JESSICA CRUZ JESSICA MARIE KOUCHES JIM MARCINIEC JIM SHUPAK JIMMIE L BALDWIN JR JIMMIE L BALDWIN JR JIMMY HADLEY JIMMY HADLEY JIMMY WAYNE CAMERON JIMMY WAYNE ROGERS JO BATSON JOAN WALKER PROPP JODI VASQUEZ JOE FEE JOE SAM'S FUN SHOP JOEY V DUNCAN JOHANNA SMITH JOHN ALLEN JOHN ALLEN JOHN ALLEN JOHN ALLEN LEE JOHN C LOPEZ JOHN DAVID COYKENDALL JOHN ELMER JOHN ELMER JOHN F BARKER JOHN HARRIS JOHN M PISCACEK JOHN MARKERT JOHN MUIR JOHN PAUL LYMAN JOHN PROMISE JOHN PROMISE JOHN QUINTERO JOHN S REDDELL JOHN SIMPLE JOHN W MARSHALL, III JOHN W SMITH JOHN W SMITH JOHN W SMITH

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/09/08

CK-AMOUNT 55.44 144.85 75.80 448.00 1,263.85 102.80 1,138.00 1,122.40 1,499.40 1,081.00 1,148.39 166.85 3,720.97 66.24 1,013.71 50.00 1,548.50 753.00 774.00 814.00 370.13 505.63 180.00 81.61 20.00 45.00 78.12 200.00 58.54 80.76 73.46 106.54 50.00 50.00 574.81 81.00 87.00 21.65 334.00 60.00 26.48 131.18 11.00 20.00 1,890.00 50.00 84.00 60.00 290.00 70.00

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VENDOR NAME JOHNNIE L FERRELL JR JOHNNIE L FERRELL JR 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 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JONATHON NICKLAUS ANDERSON JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES & COOK STATIONERS JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JONES SCHOOL SUPPLY JORDAN BENNETT JORDAN BENNETT JORDAN D'ANN PRESSLY JORGE LUIS ZAPATA JOSE F NAVA JOSE MORENO JOSEFINA MELBA DONATTO JOSEPH A CUILLIER JR JOSEPH A CUILLIER JR JOSEPH OGLETREE JOSEPH PAUL TRAHAN JOSEPH ROSARIO SEDITA JOSEPHSON INSTITUTE OF ETHICS JOSHUA DAVID BERGERON JOY Y BROWN-JOHNSON JOYCE BOYD JUAN FERNANDEZ JUAN M GARZA JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH ANN GOODMAN JUDITH I NUGENT JUDY ABERNATHY JUDY ABERNATHY JUDY ALICE WELLS JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 60.00 200.00 57.00 51.30 125.13 149.00 376.73 270.00 1,095.00 463.00 87.95 164.25 79.60 313.44 194.04 64.68 65.80 13.00 50.00 6,242.50 20.00 392.03 275.42 37.20 6.00 16.50 17.97 50.00 75.11 99.78 125.00 100.00 160.00 80.00 87.00 159.00 59.79 237.69 248.04 50.00 74.04 50.00 215.69 73.18 111.74 330,483.45 73,480.15 110,091.70 7.49 69.98

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VENDOR NAME JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JUDY M LAMONTAGNE JULIA MONTES JULIA MONTES JULIE A THOMPSON JULIE ANN REED JULIE MICHELLE SCOTT JULIUS CLEBOURN JR KAGAN CO-OP LEARNING KAGAN CO-OP LEARNING KAMICO INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA KAMICO INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA KAPLAN EARLY LEARNING CO KAREL KUJAWA KAREL KUJAWA KAREL KUJAWA KAREN FILLMAN KAREN GIBSON KAREN JAN BEER KAREN KING KAREN L TAYLOR KAREN LOUISE WHITE KAREN MCCARLEY KAREN MCCARLEY KAREN MCCARLEY KAREN R HINTE KAREN S DOUGLAS KARI SIMPSON MITCHELL KARINA FLORES KARLA SANDERS KASSIE REZZA KASSIE REZZA KATHERINE MARIE MACIAS KATHERINE MARIE MACIAS KATHERINE SUE MASSEY KATHERINE SUE MASSEY KATHLEEN BEAUDRY KATHY BAILEY KATHY KAY POTTS KATY ISD KEIDRICH JONES KEITH MARTIN KELLEY LAIRD KELLEY MARSHALL HALL KELLI L GREEN-ERWIN KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KELLY C JUREK KELLY RENEE LOHSE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/01/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 50.00 315.00 161.43 84.40 10.00 50.00 45.42 315.00 156.27 219.72 70.00 50.00 315.00 99.63 137.15 50.00 150.05 180.00 166.80 235.58 43.23 79.60 68.44 253.00 3,128.50 7,706.35 275.00 100.00 59.86 495.50 7.43 22.88 250.00 127.53 169.80 83.82 925.00 75.00 12,227.89 48.00 272.00 288.00 84.00 50.00 27.97 10.76 295.66 56.16 39.07 14.97

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VENDOR NAME KELLY YOUNG KENDRICK BENFORD KENNETH ALAN GARRISON KENNETH ALAN GARRISON KENNETH DAVIDSON KENNETH DEAN FANTI KENNETH DOTSON KENNETH G HUDSON KENNETH G HUDSON KENNETH G HUDSON KENNETH GLOVER KENNETH SINK KENNETH WAYNE KILLINGS KERI S SCULLY KERI S SCULLY KERRI KIM SMITH KEVIN BLAIN KEVIN JARRETT KEVIN M DRIES KEVIN M DRIES KEVIN ROSS KEVIN TROY SMITH KEVIN W CROSS KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL KEY MAPS INC KILGO CONSULTING, INC KILGO CONSULTING, INC KIMBERLY DO KIMBERLY HALE KIMBERLY JONES KIMBERLY JONES KIMBERLY JONES KIMBERLY MEDEL KIMBERLY MICHELLE REYNOLDS KIMBERLY MICHELLE REYNOLDS KIMBERLY POWERS KINGWOOD COLLEGE KIRK LEWIS KIRKMONT MUNICIPAL UTILITY DIS KITTY MURRAY WILSON KITTY MURRAY WILSON KITTY MURRAY WILSON KRISTI WHITE KRISTIN WHEELER KRISTY RENEE MOORE KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/14/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 11.13 16.97 11.47 43.92 52.61 55.46 23.99 17.97 79.88 101.29 40.98 36.48 450.26 152.31 49.93 1,141.94 77.00 2,000.00 48.36 6,516.34 6,000.57 9,683.61 612.92 384.30 179.06 153.08 78.14 644.00 288.00 100.00 234.47 315.09 50.00 98.86 178.00 318.42 245.52 208.05 500.45 175.08 2,245.49 315.00 50.00 90.00 125.00 180.00 373.11 750.00 750.00 750.00

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VENDOR NAME KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KROGER KRUTI R. DALAL KUDER INC KUDLACEK, LINDI KURZ & CO KURZ & CO KURZ & CO KWIK-KOPY PRINTING KWIK-KOPY PRINTING KYLE KLOOTWYK KYLLE ST PIERRE KYLLE STIPIERRE L R P PUBLICATIONS, INC LA BRISA POPSICLE FACTORY LA PORTE ISD - ATHLETICS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS LAMAR CONSOLIDATED ISD LARRY ERMIS LARRY GUINN PITTS LARRY JOHNSON LARRY R AYALA LARRY TURNER LASERBITS LASSETTER LAFOUR EQUIPMENT LASSETTER LAFOUR EQUIPMENT LASSETTER LAFOUR EQUIPMENT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/08/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/11/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 5,743.04 854.45 8,994.00 21.06 28.48 224.00 197.00 38.56 81.75 36.97 67.14 658.00 139.00 270.00 355.00 79.50 92.08 361.81 533.00 125.57 83.30 5.00 46.00 256.00 1,752.00 312.31 31.68 187.70 35.08 125.00 180.00 24.17 50.00 715.00 23,438.50 80.95 40.55 35.00 473.49 106.85 25,485.68 2,655.01 161.46 32.62 76.00 16.00 32.00 666.37 105.07 73.13

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VENDOR NAME LAST GROUP LAST GROUP LAST GROUP LAURA DANA MANN LAURA DOSSMAN LAURA ELLIS LAURA MARIE RUDEK LAURIE ETNYRE LAURIE ETNYRE LAURIE ETNYRE LAURIE PALMER-HERNANDEZ LEADERSHIP MEDIA LEADERSHIP STRATEGIES LEE A HEINE LEE JONES LEE JONES LEE'S SCHOOL SUPPLIES LEE'S SCREEN PROCESS SUPPLY LEGO EDUCATION LEONARD W ADAMS JR LERONNE CHARLES LERONNE CHARLES LEROY'S SERVICE CENTER LEROY'S SERVICE CENTER LEROY'S SERVICE CENTER LESLIE BROOKE BOND LESLIE D CERQUEIRA LESLIE HOFFMAN LESLIE HOFFMAN LESLIE J DAVENPORT LESTER PINKETT LETICIA VELASQUEZ LEWISVILLE ISD LEXIA LEARNING SYSTEMS, INC LIBERTY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LLC LIBRARIES UNLIMITED INC LIBRARY OF CONGRESS LIBRARY SKILL.COM LIBRARY VIDEO CO LIFE INVESTORS INSURANCE CO. LIFE INVESTORS INSURANCE CO. LILA SMITH LILLIANA SILES-ROSALES LILLY WALTERS LINDA ESPINOZA LINDA ESPINOZA LINDA FLETCHER LINDA GASCA LINDA M HORODYSKI

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/11/08 12/18/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/16/08 12/15/08 12/19/08 12/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 54.75 31.00 781.75 3,227.21 2,967.21 45.00 100.00 19.67 89.93 32.38 5,162.50 163.50 2,116.83 204.00 58.76 200.00 35.00 37.38 100.00 221.19 810.00 360.00 1,245.00 535.00 675.00 930.00 133.25 1,792.00 1,130.50 117.03 19.92 142.87 70.00 86.01 32.58 150.35 1,462.03 70.00 72.11 141.70 140.00 10.98 138.01 87.84 120.57 747.60 747.60 32.93 479.98 93.00

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VENDOR NAME LINDA RISINGER LINDA STEPHENS LINDSEY E GUERRA LINWORTH PUBLISHING INC LINWORTH PUBLISHING INC LISA A KOEHN LISA M HEMMINGER LISA MURPHY LISA MURPHY LISA VELASQUEZ LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LISLE VIOLIN SHOP LITERACY EMPOWERMNT FOUNDATION LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA LIVINGSTON HIGH SCHOOL LLOYD M GALLAUGHER LLOYD'S MARTIAL ARTS LLOYD'S MARTIAL ARTS LOFLIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LOFLIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LOFLIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LOFLIN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LONE STAR LEARNING INC LONE STAR UNIFORMS INC LONE STAR UNIFORMS INC LORENA GARCIA LORI MICHELLE ALEXANDER LORI MICHELLE ALEXANDER LORI MUIRHEAD LORI MUIRHEAD LORRAINE DIAZ-ANDREWS LORRIE EIGNUS LOUIS & COMPANY LOUIS J PENA LOUIS J PENA LOUIS J PENA LOUIS J WATSON JR LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOWE'S HOME CENTERS INC LOYAL AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE LOYAL AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE LUCIA PENA LUCK'S MUSIC LIBRARY LUCY BURCH

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 120.92 159.00 16,571.27 102.75 71,166.00 841.25 35,375.00 152.80 91.90 8,628.51 1,534.19 1,040.00 12.55 100.00 52.20 25.99 14.00 254.00 638.25 27.50 55.50 576.00 90.39 220.00 250.00 32.90 44.99 105.00 2,308.02 770.00 100.26 700.00 498.75 578.10 31.95 50.00 35.03 56.75 250.00 55.00 48.00 48.00 288.00 70.00 70.00 58.79 65.00 85.00 10.00 70.00

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VENDOR NAME LUCY CURTIS LUKE BERK BENDICK LUNCHBYTE SYSTEMS, INC LYNN CARD COMPANY M & A TECHNOLOGY M & A TECHNOLOGY M B FLIPPEN & ASSOCIATES M F ATHLETIC CO INC M F ATHLETIC CO INC M H C SOFTWARE M S C INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO M T F EQUIPMENT SALES INC MACKIN LIBRARY MEDIA MACY'S MAGDA IBARRA MAGGIE MAYES MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAGNOLIA CAFE & BAKERY MAIN STREET YOUTH THEATER MAINTENANCE, MISC EXPENSE MAKE MUSIC INC MANDIE KILGORE MANDY JO BOX MANDY JO BOX MARC ASHLEY MARCELINO RYAN RODRIGUEZ MARCHING AUXILIARIES MARCIA ANN GRIFFIN MARCIA ANN GRIFFIN MAREDY CANDY COMPANY MAREDY CANDY COMPANY MARGARET A BARDIN MARGARET C JORDAN MARIA B HERNANDEZ MARIA B HERNANDEZ MARIA CHAPA MARIA D DELEON MARIA DOLORES GARZA MARIA DOLORES GARZA MARIA DOLORES GARZA MARIA ELIA ORTIZ MARIA EVA MONTENEGRO MARIA G HERNANDEZ MARIA GUADALUPE BAEZ MARIA GUADALUPE BAEZ MARIA GUADALUPE BAEZ MARIA I GRIMALDO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/02/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/02/08 12/05/08 12/15/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/11/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 524.41 250.00 34.11 36.56 70.00 15.98 154.43 250.00 89.22 108.00 82.49 19.33 24.75 47.75 53.11 31.59 591.00 120.00 20.00 894.00 60.00 50.39 125.00 475.00 480.00 390.00 252.00 22.16 1,341.00 70.46 42.02 93.00 99.92 59.13 29.80 115.25 69.59 200.00 45.00 125.00 103.92 270.00 225.00 162.63 252.46 224.61 81.80 1,600.00 504.84 2,100.00

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VENDOR NAME MARIA L MIRELES MARIA MARTINEZ MARIA MIRANDA MARIA NELDA RODRIGUEZ MARIA OROSCO MARIA PORFIRIA GONZALEZ MARIA REBECCA VARGAS MARIA ROMERO MARIA S CHAVEZ MARIANNA EGGERS MARIANNA EGGERS MARIANNA INC MARIETTA KASPER MARIETTA KASPER MARIETTA KASPER MARILYN LUPTON MARILYN M NEWMAN MARILYN PAVONE MARILYN PAVONE MARIMON BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC. MARION L MAYO JR MARITZA DAVIS MARK BEAVER MARK FORT MARKET SEAFOOD MARKET SEAFOOD MARKSMAN INDOOR RANGE INC MARLANE SGRO MARRIOTT - PORTLAND DOWNTOWN MARSHA GAIL HANCOCK MARSHA GAIL HANCOCK MARSHA JONES MARSHA L RILEY MARSHA VALLE MARTHA ALENCASTRO MARTHA ANDRADE MARTHA EDWARDS MARTHA SOLIS MARTHA T MARTINEZ MARTIN ENGLISH MARTY MOFFETT MARVIN P HAMILTON MARVIN WINGERTER MARY DARLENE MCCORVEY MARY F HARRIST MARY HARRYMAN MARY HARRYMAN MARY PAT OSBORNE MARY VOGAS MASSA'S RESTAURANT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/01/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/09/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 39.60 1,835.00 67.50 1,000.00 100.00 153.14 250.00 210.00 85.30 14,732.42 2,511.17 20,903.78 568.90 65.85 658.16 5,186.00 636.00 295.95 5.00 357.49 4,656.00 389.67 164.22 319.03 579.96 648.44 2,491.20 300.00 180.00 73.14 78.08 270.00 77.27 125.00 100.00 50.00 112.00 79.99 19.48 36.97 122.85 270.00 16.45 180.00 180.00 50.00 70.00 190.71 67.36 59.94

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VENDOR NAME MASTER TEACHER MATHWARM-UPS.COM MATINEE DONUTS MATT KOBY MATTHEW BURKE MATTHEW CORBELL MATTHEW NAUGHTIN MCDONALD'S MCDONALD'S MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING CO INC MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING CO INC MCI FOODS MECA SPORTSWEAR MECA SPORTSWEAR MEDCO SUPPLY CO MEDICAL SCREENING SERVICES INC MEDICAL SCREENING SERVICES INC MEL WHITWORTH MEL WHITWORTH MELBA KATHLEEN LARSON MELHART MUSIC CENTER MELINDA SNELSON MELISSA ANN GARZA MELISSA COOLEY MENTORING MINDS LP MENTORING MINDS LP MetLife MEYER INSPECTION SERVICES MICHAEL A ABNER MICHAEL A ABNER MICHAEL A ABNER MICHAEL A TOBAR MICHAEL ABNER JR MICHAEL BRETT EMERSON MICHAEL BRETT EMERSON MICHAEL DAVID BONAS MICHAEL GUTIERREZ MICHAEL KAATZ MICHAEL LYNN MARLER MICHAEL LYNN MARLER MICHAEL LYNN MARLER MICHAEL MOORE MICHAEL NEWTON MICHAEL R BRASHER MICHAEL R FAGAN MICHAEL R. TUNEBERG MICHAEL WALKER MICHAEL WALTER GENCARELLI MICHAEL'S MICHAEL'S

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/02/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 9.98 149.54 78.00 99.01 97.11 234.35 108.00 270.00 155.61 37.44 587.40 16,200.00 428.00 39.20 72.58 199.59 42.50 127.05 58.26 79.99 25.00 10.00 150.00 108.00 50.00 202.00 38.40 73.54 27.40 81.86 32.00 15.49 69.96 51.24 59.82 35.42 179.96 45.00 78.00 57.99 14.98 89.82 27.32 69.56 88.28 15.80 13.53 29.50 50.00 5.99

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VENDOR NAME MICHAEL'S MICHAEL'S MICHELLE CARLOS MICHELLE ERNST MICHELLE ESPINOSA MICHELLE THOMAS MIGUEL TORRES MIKE LUM MIKE STEPHENS MILDRED CASTILLO MILO EDUCATIONAL BOOKS MIND RESEARCH INSTITUTE MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR MISCELLANEOUS VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08

CK-AMOUNT 313.54 156.00 45.14 60.00 160.00 60.00 126.45 259.25 152.90 60.00 72.00 480.00 59.49 326.85 448.96 411.70 439.38 324.81 33.32 20.00 33.52 100.00 95.00 60.99 496.86 135.92 9.50 59.13 20.00 37.11 71.50 80.00 67.00 70.00 213.24 87.50 432.25 248.00 189.70 37.80 32.00 42.00 20.00 2.97 40.00 30.47 494.00 15.50 122.46 21.62

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VENDOR NAME MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/14/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 60.00 150.00 41.70 7.93 19.98 11.58 83.14 39.09 38.01 136.38 42.04 59.50 11.97 35.98 93.98 25.94 100.00 48.00 100.00 16.65 87.00 64.94 44.27 60.00 93.76 45.29 159.20 23.25 15.00 235.00 100.00 486.00 10.57 174.96 25.35 29.12 365.95 40.00 206.44 199.99 202.95 113.92 390.00 120.00 155.34 7.56 141.75 6.00 43.68 119.75

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VENDOR NAME MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 6.00 19.87 209.03 64.20 37.00 17.00 75.14 28.97 249.98 251.06 117.99 24.98 20.85 71.60 120.00 39.98 215.80 79.71 159.96 40.34 107.89 31.92 101.30 21.00 369.61 58.63 66.58 89.04 74.04 244.54 20.00 225.00 15.00 25.00 8.33 84.00 19.99 106.75 160.00 100.00 52.23 75.00 11.28 111.00 21.95 39.31 257.80 290.00 290.00 250.00

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VENDOR NAME MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MISDU MISDU MISTY CAMPOS

VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR VENDOR

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/09/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/04/08

CK-AMOUNT 5,580.00 36,474.72 12,038.56 663.50 73.24 465.00 50.00 250.00 32.95 60.50 400.00 330.00 150.00 256.91 300.00 3,696.00 187.00 215.00 1,434.25 617.60 690.00 940.50 252.12 74.70 480.97 218.19 229.92 45.04 51.82 129.87 56.16 2,815.00 340.00 57.95 33,525.00 796,309.67 634.15 21.06 32.50 134.14 252.50 264.30 134.30 69.92 76.00 226.00 85.00 7.50 76.68 76.00

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VENDOR NAME MIZUNI INC MOBILE MODULAR MANAGEMENT CORP MOBILE MODULAR MANAGEMENT CORP MONARCH REPORTING INC MONUMENT CHEVROLET MOODY GARDENS MOODY GARDENS MOODY GARDENS HOTEL MOOSE PRODUCTIONS MORNING KOLACHES MOVIE LICENSING USA MOVIE LICENSING USA MOVIE LICENSING USA MOWERS INC MULCH X-PRESS MULTIWAVE MULTIWAVE MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER MUSIC IS ELEMENTARY MUSIC IS ELEMENTARY MYRA GAYLE PURCELL MYRA GAYLE PURCELL MYRA GAYLE PURCELL MYRA GAYLE PURCELL MYRA GAYLE PURCELL MYRNA ALANIS MYRNA ALANIS N A B E N A B E N A E S P N A H INC N C R I N C S PEARSON, INC NANCY A. CARDENAS NANCY LEWIS NASCO NASCO NASCO NASCO NATALIA MENENDEZ-MERSON NATIONAL ASSC STUDENT COUNCILS NATIONAL ASSN OF SEC SCH PRIN NATIONAL ASSN OF SEC SCH PRIN NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/02/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/18/08

CK-AMOUNT 219.00 246.42 2,098.42 701.73 104.50 24.95 2,600.00 70.00 260.39 90.00 335.00 3,918.56 260.00 23.00 456.07 70.00 23.38 66.26 126.36 201.83 315.00 161.55 78.92 50.00 20,000.00 4,662.81 574.96 680.00 1,066.00 1,031.00 8,732.49 4,848.00 15,800.34 3,400.23 93.29 253.00 40,078.70 546.26 20.46 208.01 33,490.85 53.22 9.99 21.25 25.47 339.14 9.99 143.96 35.43 53.94

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VENDOR NAME NATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSN NATIONAL PEN COMPANY NATIONAL PEN COMPANY NATIONAL READING STYLES INSTI NATIONAL TAILORS NATL PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES,IN NEAL WELCH NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL NEITZY RETTA NEW CANEY HIGH SCHOOL NEW JERSEY WRITING PROJECT NEWBART PRODUCTS INC NEWBART PRODUCTS INC NEWSWEEK EDUCATION PROGRAM NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS NIDIA JUANITA GONZALEZ NORA IVELISSE BENNY NORA IVELISSE BENNY NORA MUNOZ NORMA RAZO NORMAN L RICHARDSON NORMAN L RICHARDSON NORMAN L RICHARDSON NORMAN P MEJIA NULL-LAIRSON NYSTROM DIV OF HERFF JONES OAKRIDGE CORPORATION OASIS FOR CHILDREN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICAL CARE OCCUPATIONAL MEDICAL CARE OCE IMAGISTICS INC OCE IMAGISTICS INC OCE IMAGISTICS INC OCE IMAGISTICS, INC OCE IMAGISTICS, INC OCE IMAGISTICS, INC OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OCE' NORTH AMERICA OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE DEPOT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/18/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/18/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/08/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/02/08 12/08/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 25.98 352.75 285.99 25.28 145.93 57.98 632.00 24,944.35 204.96 204.46 138.82 123.75 199.15 199.15 815.60 5,467.90 216.28 553.13 39.06 26.00 16.00 179.20 2,745.00 1,750.00 200.00 275.00 2,210.28 3,374.59 787.37 189.22 44.88 448.57 230.64 141.71 48.05 288.25 480.67 419.85 400.55 4,600.00 12,800.00 710.00 5.35 225.80 164.28 72.63 88.63 27.49 220.31 775.00

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VENDOR NAME OFFICE DEPOT OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OFFICEMAX CONTRACT, INC OKLAHOMA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICE OKLAHOMA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICE OLD FASHION CANDY COMPANY OLD FASHION CANDY COMPANY OLD FASHIONED PRODUCTS INC OLGA N SANCHEZ OLGA N SANCHEZ OLIVE GARDEN OLIVE GARDEN OLMSTED-KIRK PAPER COMPANY OMEGA GROUP OMEGA QUEST ON DECK ENTERTAINMENT ON DECK ENTERTAINMENT O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC ORIENTAL TRADING CO INC OSI COLLECTIONS SERVICES INC OTIS SPUNKMEYER OTIS SPUNKMEYER OTIS SPUNKMEYER OTIS SPUNKMEYER OXBOW ENTERPRISES, INC OXBOW ENTERPRISES, INC OZARK DELIGHT CANDY COMPANY OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZARKA NATURAL SPRING WATER OZIEL OCHOA P C CABLE CONNEXION INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/02/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/10/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/04/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/18/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/04/08

CK-AMOUNT 1,270.00 6.40 4.80 240.00 524.30 515.09 145.00 50.00 20.77 47.86 125.00 1,144.65 169.80 38.97 100.90 51.96 72.05 448.68 508.66 268.84 182.68 217.04 229.00 679.47 619.39 7.96 27.47 2.49 103.29 22.48 24.38 53.94 53.94 86.25 74.95 159.94 100.71 34.74 47.83 24.75 393.00 270.02 600.00 165.00 142.80 558.00 13,199.47 500.00 79.15 409.00

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VENDOR NAME P C CABLE CONNEXION INC P I S D P I S D P I S D POLICE OFFICERS ASSOC PACIFIC NORTHWEST PUBLISHING PAM MASON PAMELA A WALSHAK PAMELA KAY BRIDGES PAMELA MARIE ANDREWS PAMELA MARIE ANDREWS PAMELA MARIE ANDREWS PAMELA TEVIS PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PANERA BREAD PAPA JOHNS PAPA JOHNS PAPER DIRECT, INC PAPER DIRECT, INC PAPER DIRECT, INC PAPER DIRECT, INC PARENT INSTITUTE PARTNERS IN ADVERTISING PARTNERS IN ADVERTISING 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 WHOLESALERS PARTY WHOLESALERS PARTY WHOLESALERS PASADENA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PASADENA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PASADENA CITIZEN PASADENA I.S.D. POLICE OFFICER PASADENA ISD EDUCATION FOUNDAT PASADENA LIONS CLUB PASADENA MEMORIAL, MISC EXP PASADENA NOON OPTIMIST CLUB

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/01/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 125.40 140.00 140.00 140.00 130.00 275.00 256.50 1,709.75 6,440.50 2,517.78 1,352.25 2,586.11 1,238.18 7,664.50 118.17 117.93 32.00 45.88 1,333.53 1,147.09 117.00 171.00 95.82 24.43 50.00 296.60 61.37 270.00 107.55 7,650.85 377.24 240.00 245.21 3,704.00 50.00 162.93 56.61 450.00 450.00 99.00 810.19 451.00 333.59 92.86 56.88 55.00 1,932.48 699.99 5,794.66 2,067.55

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VENDOR NAME PASADENA POSTAL PASADENA ROTARY CLUB PASADENA ROTARY CLUB PASADENA ROTARY CLUB PASADENA SOUTH ROTARY PASADENA SOUTH ROTARY PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASADENA SPORTING GOODS INC PASCO BROKERAGE INC PATRICIA ANN WATKINS PATRICIA CURTIS PATRICIA FOXWORTH PATRICIA M BENNETT PATRICIA MARCUM LERWICK PATRICIA PADILLA PATRICIA SERMAS PATRICIA SERMAS PATRICIA SITES PATRICIA TAYLOR PATRICK STEPHEN PAYNE PATTY COTTON PAUL GUTIERREZ PAUL MICHAEL MASCHERI PAUL TORRANCE PC & MacExchange PC & MacExchange PEARLAND HIGH SCHOOL (ATH) PEARLAND I S D PEARSON DIGITAL LEARNING, INC PEDRO FUNES PEGGY CRAFT PEGGY CREED PEGGY RUTH OLIVER HINOJOSA PEGGY RUTH OLIVER HINOJOSA PEGGY WATTS PENDERS MUSIC CO PENDERS MUSIC CO PEOPLES EDUCATION PEPPERS BEEF & SEAFOOD PEPPERS BEEF & SEAFOOD PEREZ, MARIA A PERFECTION LEARNING CORP PERFECTION LEARNING CORP PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/15/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/19/08

CK-AMOUNT 93.12 11,128.58 180.74 1,899.89 13,036.77 41,877.52 1,627.88 8,000.00 20,760.81 966.67 31.68 38.79 98.65 15,488.90 33.50 55.84 12,840.80 51.08 36.61 149.86 669.16 75.00 44.00 2,371.00 22.50 94.93 80.06 28.48 42.50 92.50 29.95 25.00 120.00 350.00 21.97 2.00 290.56 56,000.00 6,600.00 33.99 40.45 282.57 59.45 1,462.15 981.18 93.95 2,403.29 31.40 44.19 10,606.75

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VENDOR NAME PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND PERMA-BOUND PETROLEUM WHOLESALE L.P. PETROLEUM WHOLESALE L.P. PFEIFFER & SON LTD PFEIFFER & SON LTD PFS DISTRIBUTION CORPORATION PHEAA PHILIP LYLES PHILIP LYLES PHILIP LYLES PHONOSCOPE PICTURE ME READING PIER ONE PIERRE FOODS PILEIROL RETTA PILEIROL RETTA PILEIROL RETTA Pioneer Credit Recovery PISD EDUCATION FOUNDATION PISD EDUCATION FOUNDATION PITNEY BOWES INC PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PIZZA PATRON PLANNER PADS INC PLANT INTERSCAPES INC PLATO LEARNING INC. PLATO LEARNING INC. POLICE DEPT, MISC EXPENSE POLICE DEPT, MISC EXPENSE POLICE DEPT, MISC EXPENSE POPPLERS MUSIC INC POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSTMASTER POSTMASTER PRAISE HYMN FASHIONS INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/02/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 23,300.00 18,300.00 181.75 490.81 390.00 38.25 1,040.00 2,778.00 4,678.00 27,461.00 114,889.00 99.00 522.50 3,145.50 1,395.00 1,061.89 31.90 7,696.00 131.05 1,556.44 33.00 175.00 25,105.19 592.94 625.59 75.00 265.00 30.00 4,390.00 29.90 154.79 332.40 193.41 79.98 88.14 190.82 2,146.85 8,117.12 2,459.05 7,920.36 83.60 9,652.00 438.58 5.00 49,334.60 270.00 192.00 165.00 148.88 142.14

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VENDOR NAME PRECISIONAIRE OF TEXAS PRECISIONAIRE OF TEXAS PREMIER AGENDAS INC PRESSTEK INC PRINT CENTRAL PRITCHARD, SHEILA PRO LOOK SPORTS PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PROCOMPUTING CORPORATION PRO-ED PRO-ED PROFIT PLUS INC PROMAXIMA MANUFACTURING LTD PRUFROCK PRESS PRUFROCK PRESS PSAT/NMSQT PV RENTALS, LTD PV RENTALS, LTD PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS QUEEN OAKS CLEANERS INC R B C DAIN RAUSCHER INC R B C MUSIC COMPANY INC R B C MUSIC COMPANY INC R G'S MUSIC REPAIR R G'S MUSIC REPAIR R G'S MUSIC REPAIR R W PATRICK & ASSOC INC RACHAEL'S HALLMARK RACHEL DIANE THORN RACHEL HINOJOSA RACHEL HINOJOSA RADIO SHACK RADIO SHACK RADIO SHACK RAIN PONCHOS PLUS, LLC RAINBOW BOOK COMPANY RAINBOW BOOK COMPANY RAINBOW BOOK COMPANY RAINTREE STECK-VAUGHN PUBLISHE RALLY EDUCATION RALPH PEARCE RALPH PEARCE RANDALL-PORTERFIELD ARCHITECTS RANDY J MEYER RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES RAPTOR TECHNOLOGIES RAYMOND F BALCH RAYMOND F BALCH

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/01/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/09/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/02/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 195.77 80.00 62.94 313.40 15,235.88 15,266.20 22.00 248.85 44.92 33.94 27.46 222.11 127.18 366.42 473.85 2,500.00 2,500.00 250.00 499.00 50.00 1,950.00 35.00 35.00 70.00 70.00 335.00 16,955.00 11,090.05 500.00 35.00 70.00 528.09 436.54 2,717.91 499.33 3,749.70 1,052.02 214.50 15.22 21.90 20.38 60.00 1,176.47 924.00 180.00 54.86 190.58 60.00 89.98 362.73

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VENDOR NAME RAYMOND PEREZ RAYMOND PEREZ RAYMOND PEREZ RAYMOND PEREZ RBC INSURANCE RBC INSURANCE READ NATURALLY REALITYWORKS INC REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REALLY GOOD STUFF INC REBECCA LEE BENNER REBECCA SULLIVAN REBECCA TERRY REBEKKA CAROLYN GABINO RED RIBBON WORLD, INC REdS REdS REFUGIO VELASCO REGINA LOUISE BARNES REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION IV EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION V EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION XIII EDUCATION SERV CTR REGION XIII EDUCATION SERV CTR RELIABLE OFFICE PRODUCTS RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENAISSANCE LEARNING, INC RENEE DOLSON RENEE DOLSON RENEE DOLSON RENEE MARTINEZ RENERO D DENOON RESEARCH & EDUCATIONAL SVCS RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM NORTHEAST REYNA HERNANDEZ RHIANA CASS RICARDO DE SOTO RICARDO DE SOTO RICARDO TAMEZ RICHARD D LINTELMAN

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 360.00 50.00 120.00 60.00 270.00 16.45 87.46 457.13 471.75 300.00 336.00 79.89 265.22 3,958.43 528.80 231.96 687.35 120.00 172.71 1,024.00 1,277.14 2,984.04 402.55 180.65 111.35 121.18 181.16 226.23 11,394.66 480.00 41.24 77.00 72.33 378.60 168.40 80.83 46.43 125.00 120.00 168.00 112.00 88.43 1,202.50 266.00 45.00 71.70 140.26 72.67 72.14 83.83

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VENDOR NAME RICHARD H ALMSTEDT RICHARD HICKS RICHARD LEE CLARK RICHARD LEE CLARK RICHARD M CASTILLO RICHARD PHILLIPS RICHARD W BRINEGAR, JR RICHARD YOES RICHARDSONS BOOKS INC RICHEY'S COUNTRY COOKING RICHEY'S COUNTRY COOKING RICK KASTNER RICK KASTNER RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH AMERICAS CORPORATION RICOH BUSINESS SOLUTIONS RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPTG GOOD RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPTG GOOD RIDDELL ALL AMERICAN SPTG GOOD RIGBY RISO INC RISO INC RISO INC RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO ROBERT BARTEL ROBERT BOURQUE ROBERT BRAD ROBINSON ROBERT BRAD ROBINSON ROBERT BRYAN BOYLE ROBERT CATON ROBERT CATON ROBERT DEWOLFE, II ROBERT EARL BROWN ROBERT EARL JOHNSON ROBERT FRANK HEMMINGER ROBERT FRANK HEMMINGER ROBERT J ROSALES ROBERT J THOMAS ROBERT KYLE BROWN ROBERT L CRAWFORD ROBERT L TABUENA ROBERT L TABUENA ROBERT L TABUENA ROBERT T LEWIS ROBERT T LEWIS

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/04/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 274.57 60.00 180.00 95.00 9.98 2,760.40 45.63 50.00 70.00 10.72 225.00 814.00 8.62 72.00 270.00 70.00 70.00 270.00 180.00 142.04 150.26 27.11 56.17 145.83 140.00 180.00 440.76 90.28 286.36 56.95 69.38 341.06 250.00 558.95 88.34 270.00 1,260.00 171.41 2,944.53 30.98 374.48 80.00 343.69 413.17 4,549.87 50.00 315.00 270.00 175.00 500.00

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VENDOR NAME ROBERT T LEWIS ROBIN POOL ROCHELLE BENNETT ROCHESTER 100 INC ROCIO OCHOA ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAM, LLC RODNEY CHANT RODNEY WHEELER RODNEY WHEELER ROGER DALE GOOLSBY ROGER W GLOSSON ROMEO MUSIC ROMUS JOHN GLOSSON RON SPOZIO RONALD GARRETT RONALD GLENN ADAMS RONALD GLENN ADAMS RONALD P ARP RONALD PHILLIPS RONALD S CAULEY ROOSEVELT COUNTEE, JR ROSA CODINA ROSA HERNANDEZ ROSALVA GONZALEZ ROSALVA GONZALEZ ROSALYN WEST ROSCOE W OVERTON JR ROSE BRAND THEATRICAL FABRICS ROSE C CAMPBELL ROSE CERDA ROSE MARIE STEVENSON ROSEMARY NIETO ROSEMARY TORRES ROSETTA STONE LTD ROSIE MARIE PEREZ ROSS M CULLINS JR ROXANA ADELIA GARCIA ROXANA D RIGDON ROY KELLY GRANT ROYAL FIREWORKS PUBLISHING CO RUBEN LOPEZ RUBEN LOPEZ RUBEN LOPEZ RUSH BUS CENTERS RUSH BUS CENTERS RUSSELL BOWLIN RUSSELL E BUCKNER RUSSELL W HAMLEY RUSTY HICKS RUTH DANIELLE HORTON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/04/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08

CK-AMOUNT 500.00 116.34 306.01 179.83 299.28 293.75 376.66 410.14 470.17 27.32 1,053.60 3,563.00 372.60 176.00 2,433.87 131.67 625.90 400.00 49.98 329.93 19.72 452.67 231.18 107.26 234.29 169.57 62.42 219.61 387.51 113.71 168.60 35.26 45.52 34.21 158.53 136.06 270.62 127.33 148.74 58.04 33.47 70.00 191.59 70.77 205.71 407.63 165.05 427.78 138.94 120.99

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VENDOR NAME RUTH DANIELLE HORTON RUTH DANIELLE HORTON RUTH DOMINGUEZ RUTH RABAGO RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD RYAN NYGAARD S & S WORLDWIDE INC S A B I C POLYMERSHAPES S B W V ARCHITECTS INC S T E P PUBLISHERS LLC S W S COMMUNICATIONS S W S COMMUNICATIONS SADDLEBACK EDUCATIONAL INC SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS INC SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY 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

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/14/08 12/14/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 360.17 107.64 308.33 70.00 219.85 28.81 36.60 141.75 210.00 59.13 17.24 50.78 109.58 30.38 177.62 71.12 219.95 87.97 105.00 102.14 363.97 88.30 172.78 320.81 175.00 340.77 19.42 69.85 251.88 108.17 256.58 80.80 63.02 140.00 118.61 350.31 304.24 423.48 187.93 319.18 201.34 300.64 66.49 108.15 43.94 423.86 107.04 156.02 147.73 126.52

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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

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/08/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 98.28 151.44 76.80 50.54 122.77 57.76 108.87 264.95 427.48 175.00 144.00 36.00 144.00 800.00 865.14 299.24 103.58 78.00 105.00 50.00 125.00 37.40 50.00 28.08 53.82 31.19 151.52 387.66 2,823.85 1,002.85 3,492.13 312.00 361.00 50.00 47.00 487.00 249.00 198.00 856.00 476.00 481.00 570.30 492.27 113.28 426.93 231.08 2,358.15 1,693.21 312.00 9,304.01

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VENDOR NAME SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAMS CLUB SAM'S CLUB SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO COLLEGE SAN JACINTO COLLEGE CENTRAL SAN JACINTO METHODIST HOSPITAL SANDRA D. HENRY SANDRA HANCOCK SANDRA MELGAR SANDRA SHAFFER SANDRA SHAFFER SANTIAGO E DIAZ SARA JATALA SARA JOHNSON SARAH CARNES SARAH CARNES SARAH J CLARK SARAH LOWELL SARAH WROBLESKI SAX ARTS & CRAFTS SAX ARTS & CRAFTS SAX ARTS & CRAFTS SAXET MARKETING INC SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUBS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/15/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/08/08 12/17/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 2,950.00 2,391.99 2,950.00 117.08 198.03 897.28 36.93 321.91 57.70 343.30 185.69 310.00 326.26 149.78 56.90 36.79 900.00 995.00 960.00 27.90 219.90 413.31 36,048.77 50,398.15 423,335.06 358.71 340.95 5.00 482.28 103.00 473.01 19.60 3,000.00 285.00 271.00 46.80 75.00 70.00 170.00 59.91 67.58 50.00 39.98 40.00 269.79 178.89 1,120.00 11.97 401.05 148.13

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VENDOR NAME SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC INC SCHOLASTIC, INC SCHOOL BUS UNIFORMS SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SCHOOL KIDS HEALTHCARE SCHOOL MEDIA ASSOCIATES SCHOOL MEDIATION ASSOCIATES SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY INC SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSN (SNA) SCHOOL SPAN SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC SCIENCE KIT LLC SCOTT R BIEBER SCOTT R BIEBER SCOTT, WILLIE P SCULPTURE DEPOT SEAN MILLS SEARS SEAWINN INC SELECT ENVIRONMENTAL SHANDAR NICOLE HOBBS SHANE TOUT SHANNON CUEVAS SHANNON LOWERY SHANNON LOWERY SHANNON LOWERY SHARI LYNN HASSELL SHARLON DAVIS SHARON DIANE FEAGIN SHARON DIANE FEAGIN SHARON OTTINGER SHARON SELLERS SHEAR FIX SHEILA DENISE BARKER SHEILA LYNNE WISE SHEILA LYNNE WISE

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/09/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/01/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/11/08 12/14/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/12/08

CK-AMOUNT 38.40 927.25 28,446.83 784.75 79.32 115.78 1,902.14 108.09 1,644.70 90.00 653.01 1,938.75 3,624.50 29.95 162.20 41.43 132.00 25.16 81.77 41.90 54.74 1,250.00 2,015.64 1,333.20 230.00 266.48 195.00 199.00 75.80 56.87 129.90 153.68 3,741.50 138.00 4,985.45 2,914.70 2,890.45 110.00 29.74 534.00 54.00 225.00 272.64 373.00 372.00 478.12 9,693.75 8,217.00 58,367.00 704.00

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VENDOR NAME SHEILA LYNNE WISE SHEILA LYNNE WISE SHELLA I INC SHERRIE KENT SHERRIE RAINES SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SHERYL LINTON SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES INC SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES INC SHILOH TREATMENT CENTER INC SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY DO-NUT SHOP SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIPLEY'S DONUTS SHIRLEY BLANTON SHW GROUP LLP SIEMENS BLDG TECHNOLOGIES INC SIERRA TRAILWAYS INC SILVIA LUNA SKELTON BUSINESS EQUIPMENT SKILLPATH SEMINARS SMART ART INC SMILE MAKERS SMILE MAKERS SMILE MAKERS SOCCER TIME SOCCER TIME SOCCER TIME SOCCER TIME SOCCER TIME SOUTH BELT-ELLINGTON LEADER SOUTH HOUSTON GOLF CARTS INC SOUTH HOUSTON GOLF CARTS INC SOUTH HOUSTON GOLF CARTS INC SOUTH MAIN BAPTIST CHURCH SOUTHEASTERN PERFORM APPAREL SOUTHEASTERN PERFORM APPAREL SOUTHERN FLORAL COMPANY SOUTHERN FLORAL COMPANY SOUTHERN REGIONAL EDU BOARD SOUTHERN REGIONAL EDU BOARD SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/18/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/09/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 63,736.00 6,992.80 8,401.94 249.00 1,000.00 26.77 16.09 82.44 2,300.00 1,495.00 33.66 116.85 284.26 220.33 300.00 40.00 40.00 500.00 70.00 105.72 289.70 199.00 189.00 199.00 107.77 277.02 404.60 160.38 50.00 362.64 3,740.49 1,043.85 40.90 74.69 4,338.10 86.67 86.67 130.35 424.86 84.06 119.93 47.90 29.00 264.42 84.24 91.26 76.32 50.00 4.98 168.63

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VENDOR NAME SOUTHWEST CONCEPTS INC SOUTHWEST HOUSTON TIRE SALES SOUTHWEST HOUSTON TIRE SALES SPACE CENTER HOUSTON SPACE CITY AIRBRUSH SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SPRINGS SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SPRINGS SPARKLETTS AND SIERRA SPRINGS SPARKS-BARLOW-BARNETT INC SPECIALTY CARDS INC SPECTRUM CORP SPOKEN ARTS SPORTDECALS INC SPORTIME SPRING BAND BOOSTERS SPRING BRANCH I S D SPRING BRANCH I S D SQUARE D COMPANY ST AGNES HIGH SCHOOL STACEY LYNN BARBER STACY DAVIS STAFF DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES STAFF DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES STAFF DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES STAGE LIGHT INC STAGE LIGHT INC STAGE TECHNOLOGY STANDARD STATIONERY SUPPLY STANLEY J OAKES STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS INC STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS INC STAR PUBLICATIONS STARBUCKS STARFALL PUBLICATIONS STATE COMPTROLLER STATE OF FLORIDA DISBURSEMENT STATE OF FLORIDA DISBURSEMENT STEEL SUPPLY LP STEEL SUPPLY LP STEFANIE MCKINNEY STEFANIE MCKINNEY STEFANIE MCKINNEY STEPHANEE SAAVEDRA STEPHANIE KRAMER STEPHANIE MELLANE BAILEY STEPHANIE P REED STEPHANIE V DIXON JOHNSON STEPHEN FRKETIC STEPHEN FUCIK STEPHEN LAYMON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/08/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08

CK-AMOUNT 180.00 175.00 73.75 270.00 77.55 243.99 50.00 118.65 225.22 198.90 191.90 45.00 267.48 1,191.33 268.00 2,180.00 2,169.00 12,267.40 155.80 18.14 77.90 3,160.00 12,000.00 493.98 110.50 110.50 133.00 212.55 80.00 45.00 13.50 4,212.00 4,329.00 2,223.00 800.00 132.41 10.00 92.35 73.46 146.10 168.42 123.27 108.00 105.30 167.52 3,700.00 117.99 23.80 162.95 210.75

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VENDOR NAME STEPHEN M COSTELLO STEVE BECKER STEVE CHRISTOPHERSON STEVE OAKES STEVE SCARMARDO STEVE SCARMARDO STEVE SMITH STEVE SPANGLER SCIENCE STEVE T JAMAIL STEVE T JAMAIL STEVEN D DOCKAN STEVEN ELLINGER STEVEN KEITH FULLEN STEVENSON LEARNING SKILLS INC STEVE'S WINDOW FASHIONS STUDY ISLAND LLC STUDY ISLAND LLC STUDY ISLAND LLC SUBWAY SUBWAY SUBWAY SUCCESS FOR ALL FOUNDATION INC SUCCESSFUL PRACTICES NETWORK SUMMER NICOLE BRADLEY SUMMIT COUNTY CSEA SUMMIT COUNTY CSEA SUMMIT SPORTSWEAR SUMMIT SPORTSWEAR SUNY OSWEGO SUPER DUPER PUBLICATIONS SUR LA TABLE RIVER OAKS SUSAN B BUCKLEY SUSAN B BUCKLEY SUSAN B BUCKLEY SUSAN J SHERIDAN SUSAN JENNINGS SUSAN JENNINGS SUSAN JENNINGS SUSAN JENNINGS SUSAN JENNINGS SUSAN JENNINGS SUSAN LEVONIUS SUSAN LEVONIUS SUSAN LYNN BAUER SUSAN WADLINGTON SUSTEEN INC SUSY GARCIA SWEET DREAMS SWEET DREAMS SWEET DREAMS

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/05/08 12/09/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/09/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/14/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/12/08 12/15/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 208.50 241.20 375.20 83.17 124.92 226.81 270.00 92.72 922.65 3,116.00 500.00 73.56 12,358.16 7,033.32 125.00 290.00 1,950.00 115.00 1,770.00 60.00 70.00 1,050.00 1,592.04 54.77 303.00 300.00 250.00 12,821.56 84.74 412.00 225.00 100.00 75.00 30,743.90 84.04 90.00 59.95 142.87 130.00 340.00 95.66 21.91 73.65 243.07 34.94 50.00 58.48 247.00 55.98 87.00

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VENDOR NAME SWEET DREAMS SWEET DREAMS SWEET DREAMS SYLVESTER BROWN, JR SYLVESTER TITUS SYLVESTER TITUS SYLVIA BIGGETT SYLVIA BIGGETT SYNERGISTIC SYSTEMS T A S A T A S B T A S B T A S B T A S B T A S B O T A S B O T A S C DISTRICT XIII T A S C DISTRICT XIII T A S C DISTRICT XIII T A S M T A S M T A S S P T C T A T E P BOOKS T E P S A T E T A THEATREFEST T E T A THEATREFEST T G T I V A T S A INCORPORATED T S N O - TREASURER T S P R A T S P R A T S T A T U S E TACAC TACO CABANA TACO CABANA TAHPERD TAHPERD TALMADGE SHARPE JR TAMARA ELIZABETH HAYMAN TAMARA GAIL WEBBER TAMARA WILLIAMS TAMARA WILLIAMS TANNER LEDFORD TANYA JOHNSON TANYA LUNA TANYA SUE HAGAR TARA EVANS

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/08/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/15/08 12/17/08 12/02/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/16/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 0.50 157.88 33.96 28.96 34.16 10.49 39.95 319.79 49.64 450.00 22.38 350.00 175.00 14.16 355.00 1,835.00 89.25 3,600.00 98.89 68.98 87.95 346.05 100.69 343.88 46.50 14,119.59 693.49 370.00 1,112.40 2,145.60 1,068.51 635.56 352.00 303.00 202.00 274.00 80.76 80.76 142.29 140.00 28.02 137.88 112.88 150.93 62.38 1,574.50 150.00 150.00 150.00 270.00

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VENDOR NAME TARA EVANS TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET TARGET STORES TARGET STORES TARGET STORES TASN TASSP TASSP TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL TAYLOR M TEAGUE TEACHER BUILDER.COM TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS TEACHER HEAVEN TEACHER'S DISCOUNT TEACHER'S DISCOVERY TEACHER'S DISCOVERY TEACHER'S MEDIA CO TEACHING STRATEGIES INC TEAM CONNECTION TEAM EXPRESS TEAM GO FIGURE TECH DEPOT TEJAS MATERIALS TEJAS MATERIALS TEPSA TEPSA TEPSA TEPSA TERENCE A CASEY TERENCE A CASEY TERENCE E WHALEY TERENCE E WHALEY TERESA BUCHANAN TERESA CHASE TERESA CHASE TERESA HAND TERESA SARABIA TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC TERRY ANDERSON TERRY ANDERSON TERRY ANDERSON TERRY GIBSON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/09/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/02/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/09/08 12/02/08 12/01/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/16/08 12/04/08 12/08/08 12/16/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/16/08

CK-AMOUNT 177.71 50.00 140.00 156.88 2,600.10 1,009.11 180.00 105.14 435.24 82.07 21.54 272.98 280.00 285.00 255.00 423.40 280.00 70.00 34.50 15.00 105.00 210.00 1,015.00 145.00 365.00 150.00 3,245.00 200.00 23.00 105.00 198.00 220.00 176.00 660.00 66.00 99.00 345.00 150.00 125.00 250.00 125.00 1,875.00 210.00 360.00 50.00 161.00 1,587.00 1,100.00 165.62 283.00

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VENDOR NAME TERRY GIBSON TERRY HIGH SCHOOL TERRY ROBINSON TEXAN CLEANERS TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY TEXAS AFT / PEG TEXAS ART EDUCATION ASSOC TEXAS ART SUPPLY CO TEXAS ART SUPPLY CO TEXAS ART SUPPLY CO TEXAS ART SUPPLY CO TEXAS ART SUPPLY CO TEXAS ASSN OF SCH BUS OFFICIAL TEXAS ASSN OF SCH BUS OFFICIAL TEXAS ASSN OF SCHOOL TEXAS ASSOC OF SCHOOL ADMINIST TEXAS ASSOC OF SOCCER COACHES TEXAS ASSOC OF STUDENT COUNCIL TEXAS BLUEBONNET AWARD TEXAS BLUEBONNET AWARD TEXAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL TEXAS CITY LAW ENFORCEMENT TEXAS COMPUTER EDUCATION ASSN TEXAS COMPUTER EDUCATION ASSN TEXAS COUNCIL OF ADMINISTRATOR TEXAS COUNSELING ASSOCIATION TEXAS DANCE EDUCATORS ASSOC TEXAS DEPT OF LICENSING & REG TEXAS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY TEXAS EDUCATION NEWS TEXAS ELEM PRINCIPALS & SUP AS TEXAS FCCLA TEXAS FFA TEXAS FFA AREA 3, DIST 6 TEXAS FFA AREA 3, DIST 6 TEXAS FORENSIC ASSOCIATION TEXAS INVITATIONAL TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION TEXAS MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS MUSIC EDUCATORS ASSN TEXAS ROAD HOUSE TEXAS ROAD HOUSE TEXAS TEACHER SUPPLY TEXAS TOMORROW FUND

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/16/08 12/11/08 12/04/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/03/08

CK-AMOUNT 5.50 525.00 525.00 275.00 55.95 494.45 1,272.00 383.85 483.75 111.89 410.00 6,370.50 87.98 616.00 349.00 4,529.25 463.46 100.00 50.00 50.00 122.00 83.72 467.88 34.90 758.00 450.00 900.00 55.00 1,537.50 3,000.00 530.37 270.00 621.00 750.00 334.00 64.35 111.48 150.00 119.03 88.80 59.85 92.01 90.68 77.91 270.00 80.27 80.83 517.95 50.00 990.00

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VENDOR NAME TEXAS TOOL TRADERS TEXAS TRANSITION CONFERENCE TEXAS TRANSITION CONFERENCE THE FORENSIC FILES THE KOLACHE SHOPPE THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIET THEATREWORKS USA THELMA BAEZA THELMA ELIZALDE THERESE KRZYZANIAK THINGS REMEMBERED THINKING MAPS INC. THIYANI MARIAN PERERA THOMAS A MOON THOMAS A MOON THOMAS BUS GULF COAST THOMAS BUS GULF COAST THOMAS GALINDO JR THOMAS J HOFFMAN THOMAS J RIZZO THOMAS LEON TROUTMAN THOMAS LEON TROUTMAN THOMAS LEON TROUTMAN THOMAS MOORE ENTERPRISES INC THREE-M LIBRARY SYSTEMS TIM TINGLE TIM TINGLE TIM TINGLE TIME FOR KIDS TIME TO TRAVEL & TOURS TIMOTHY KEENLEY TIMOTHY MATTHEW PRASIFKA TMPA TMSA CONFERENCE TOBY DAY TOM J DEIBEL TOM SPRAGUE TOMORROWS COLLEGE INVESTMENTS TONI D LOPEZ TONIA REED TONIA REED TONY JACKSON TONY JACKSON TONY JACKSON TONY TORRES TONY TORRES TONY TORRES TOPSOX TORI LYNNE ANDERSON TOUCHDOWN CLUB OF HOUSTON

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/04/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 900.00 50.00 50.00 405.00 102.12 93.43 135.00 64.19 25,485.68 389.05 396.89 510.72 724.00 644.81 205.87 185.01 225.73 2,124.85 3,622.29 2,879.25 1,700.20 3,813.65 2,685.00 31.48 279.05 33.93 80.00 189.26 135.89 180.00 14,572.28 1,774.00 364.25 431.25 8,081.25 249.90 492.14 224.99 10.90 436.45 1,275.00 78.00 659.00 189.00 461.45 552.59 2,039.39 27,845.92 1,176.00 140,046.53

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VENDOR NAME TOUCHDOWN CLUB OF HOUSTON TOYS R US TOYS R US TRACEY EDMONDS TRACEY EDMONDS TRACI POWELL TRACY MARSHALL TRAINER'S WAREHOUSE TRANSAMERICA CANCER TRANSPORTATION, MISC EXPENSE TRANSPORTATION, MISC EXPENSE TREASURE BAY, INC TREYLANE CANDLES TRIANGLE REPRODUCTIONS INC TRICIA ANDERSON TRIPLE-S STEEL SUPPLY CO TRIUMPH LEARNING TRIUMPH LEARNING TRIUMPH LEARNING TRIUMPH LEARNING TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROXELL COMMUNICATIONS INC TROY A MCCARLEY TROY A MCCARLEY TROY REYNOLDS TUMBLEWEED PRESS TURTLE & HUGHES TWO BROTHERS PASTA TYRONE KILLEBREW U C REGENTS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A FUNDRAISERS U S A MOBILITY WIRELESS INC U S DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE U S GAMES U S POST OFFICE U S SCHOOL SUPPLY U S T SERVICES INC U S TECH U S TECH U S TECH UNITED ART AND EDUCATION UNITED ART AND EDUCATION UNITED ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS INC UNITED ENVIRONMENTAL SVCS INC UNITED HEALTH SUPPLIES UNITED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE CO

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/16/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/05/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 881.03 68.66 7,339.84 62.68 59.58 6,099.49 4,384.05 4,631.00 43,092.35 110.00 3,960.00 30,265.00 60.00 255.90 26.60 1,183.01 129.18 19,905.00 19,905.00 329.50 1,838.74 909.17 143.92 2,557.92 152.15 101.42 170.36 94.18 326.63 62.30 31.77 9,655.57 26.00 33.46 99.45 2,982.76 495.00 56.80 399.85 264.28 5.00 50.00 38.84 1,204.62 169.32 341.64 276.60 520.52 3,009.42 225.00

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VENDOR NAME UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC UNITEDSCRIP INC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSAL MELODY SERVICES LLC UNIVERSITY INTERSCHOLASTIC LGE UNIVERSITY INTERSCHOLASTIC LGE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON - CLC UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON - CLC UNIVERSITY OF ST THOMAS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN UPSTART UPSTART US Dept. of Education V C A ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER VARSITY GOLD INC VARSITY GOLD INC VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERNON SMITH VERONICA AUFILL VERONICA E RODRIGUEZ VERONICA POLHEMUS VESCO VESCO VESCO VESCO VICKI LENIO VICKI LENIO VICKI TALTON VICTOR KEASLER VICTOR RAYGOZA VICTOR RAYGOZA VICTORIA JEANETTE HARRIS VINCENT FELICIANO VINCENT FELICIANO VIRAN VUU VIRGINIA HAMNETT VISUAL PROMOTIONS VON MALLERY VONNIE CONDE W C A WASTE SYSTEMS INC W T COX SUBSCRIPTIONS W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/12/08 12/17/08 12/19/08 12/02/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/01/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/02/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/08/08 12/09/08 12/09/08

CK-AMOUNT 4,532.30 6,145.62 10,650.17 9.99 36.00 45.00 28.82 35.95 53.66 37.92 114.70 40.74 31.01 20.45 28.00 50.00 53.90 126.76 128.00 88.06 50.00 47.21 140.00 20.70 62.04 66.90 49.57 64.48 55.75 144.25 71.00 108.11 32.05 69.41 315.61 60.00 78.44 234.21 168.86 7.04 41.76 32.22 55.83 33.53 89.67 27.58 71.76 43.98 163.59 62.20

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VENDOR NAME W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC W W GRAINGER INC WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE WALGREENS DRUG STORE 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 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

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/09/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/14/08 12/14/08 12/14/08 12/14/08 12/15/08 12/15/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/17/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 237.89 29.95 48.45 55.42 59.00 47.25 89.35 41.61 56.63 75.59 85.20 65.46 32.20 82.83 18.88 42.74 63.00 95.14 486.67 497.18 431.67 44.00 107.59 18.77 70.23 123.04 173.50 108.01 62.32 37.26 260.35 250.00 18.00 49.44 22.22 27.50 92.40 100.59 10.28 62.50 76.94 35.07 86.25 74.45 63.81 56.52 2,010.00 333.81 287.66 25,325.02

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VENDOR NAME 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 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 WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WAL-MART STORES INC WALTER JERRY DUNAWAY WARDS NATURAL SCIENCE EST INC WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE MANAGEMENT

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/19/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/04/08 12/19/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/04/08 12/16/08 12/16/08 12/04/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/12/08 12/03/08 12/03/08 12/10/08 12/16/08 12/03/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/01/08 12/17/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/19/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/12/08 12/19/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/05/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/16/08 12/10/08

CK-AMOUNT 3,181.79 51.50 75.21 636.48 21.95 525.02 50.00 29.99 74.49 50.00 1,400.00 21.48 4.79 20.99 131.28 72.82 150.42 176.14 78.40 143.53 315.00 180.00 5,276.41 5,176.41 427.44 77.55 270.00 180.00 2,682.00 330.48 281.79 177.84 134.95 2,137.28 4,428.20 3,897.40 2,995.00 2,172.85 1,706.45 7,853.07 83.66 625.64 849.68 16,547.81 61.00 157.67 32.92 64.82 70.00 41.45

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VENDOR NAME WASTE MANAGEMENT WAYNE PRIESTLY WEEKLY READER WEEKLY READER WEEKLY READER WEEKLY READER WENDY MARIE GILBREATH WENDY MURPHY WENDY MURPHY WESLEY HARDY WEST BELT SURVEYING INC WHATABURGER WHATABURGER WHATABURGER WHITNEY SHOOK WILBERT JONES, JR WILBERT JONES, JR WILLAM V MACGILL & CO WILLARD TAYLOR JR WILLIAM A MAGGIO WILLIAM ARNOLD WILLIAM CAREY WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM E. HEITKAMP WILLIAM R MATTHEWS WILLIAM R MATTHEWS WILLIAM R RULE II WILLOWRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT INC WILSONART INTERNATIONAL WILSONART INTERNATIONAL WINDELL CURTISS GILL WOODWIND & BRASSWIND WORLD ALMANAC EDUCATION WORLD BOOK INC WORLD BOOK INC WORLD BRONZES WORTHINGTON DIRECT WORTHINGTON DIRECT WORTHINGTON DIRECT WRITING COMPANY XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XEROX CORPORATION XL PARTS YADIRA RAUDA YADIRA VILLARREAL YOLANDA G VILLARREAL YOLANDA HERRERA

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SYSTEM CASH DISBURSEMENTS 12-01-2008 THRU 12-31-2008 CK-DATE 12/10/08 12/10/08 12/03/08 12/05/08 12/10/08 12/19/08 12/17/08

CK-AMOUNT 70.00 3.89 242.25 156.60 150.04 189.65 328.05

CD I I I I I I I

VENDOR NAME ZACH HUDSON ZANER-BLOSER ZELDA CRYAR ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY ZYTRON INC

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TOTAL CASH* * * DISBURSEMENTS

$16,485,156.99 _______________

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Local Maintenance Fund Current Month REVENUES

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget

Expenditures

Encumbrances

Expenditures

Balance

5700

Local And Intermediate Sources

115,931,786

6,194,903

-

17,556,136

98,375,650

5800 5900 7900

State Sources Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

2,738,250 132,826 -

-

143,565,635 434,336 545

85,501,316 1,947,673 (545)

TOTAL REVENUES

347,380,746

9,065,979

-

161,556,651

185,824,095

228,612,198 6,029,369 4,109,302 3,717,306 26,065,790 11,338,973 154,583 3,870,078 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,468,746 44,982,150 3,745,923 4,571,838 492,918 1,251,929 11,220,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

18,484,355 496,546 441,777 144,666 2,043,171 910,080 15,563 358,628 716,160 2,006 442,391 1,000,641 4,328,554 252,607 268,114 44,064 733,898 -

557,197 91,234 33,673 9,661 35,897 2,081 375 7,251 69,217 226,505 202,754 7,641 355,730 291,753 -

86,942,845 2,207,210 1,698,831 742,936 8,708,857 4,311,137 75,894 1,558,542 5,536,895 28,018 1,668,981 2,986,572 15,863,993 1,491,432 1,199,916 207,378 1,066,558 (166,730) -

141,112,156 3,730,925 2,376,798 2,964,708 17,321,036 7,025,755 78,689 2,311,161 3,984,284 (20,801) 4,138,430 5,255,669 28,915,403 2,246,850 3,016,192 285,540 1,251,929 9,861,689 790,730 1,173,202 -

375,840,580

30,683,220

1,890,969

136,129,266

237,820,344

313,045,803 28,793,396 12,749,332 8,725,030 1,251,929 11,275,090 -

24,670,295 3,834,569 1,221,782 222,589 733,984 -

891,751 666,830 35,211 297,178 -

116,686,156 10,860,647 4,271,762 837,650 3,473,052 -

196,359,647 17,040,998 7,810,740 7,852,170 1,251,929 7,504,860 -

375,840,580

30,683,220

1,890,969

136,129,266

237,820,344

EXPENDITURES 11 12 13 21 23 31 32 33 34 35 36 41 51 52 53 61 71 81 95 99 00

Instruction Instructional Resource & Media Curriculum & Staff Development Instructional Leadership School Leadership Guidance & Counseling Social Work Services Health Services Pupil Transportation Food Service Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring Data Processing Community Services Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Governmemntal Charges Other Uses

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 6200 6300 6400 6500 6600 8900

Payroll Costs Contracted Services Supplies & Materials Other Operating Debt Service Capital Outlay Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

3000

Beginning Fund Balance

3410

Reserve for Inventory

3600

(28,459,834)

55,439,284 1,575,555

Adjusted Beginning Fund Balance

53,863,729

Estimated Ending Fund Balance

25,403,895

25,427,385

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Debt Service Fund Current Month REVENUES

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget

Expenditures

Encumbrances

Expenditures

Balance

5700

Local And Intermediate Sources

26,690,000

1,556,146

-

2,708,944

23,981,056

5800 5900 7900

State Sources Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

15,400,000 -

-

-

17,065,104 -

(1,665,104) -

TOTAL REVENUES

42,090,000

1,556,146

-

19,774,048

22,315,952

-

-

-

-

-

Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Uses

42,090,000 -

985,930 -

-

1,743,013 -

40,346,987 -

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

42,090,000

985,930

-

1,743,013

40,346,987

-

-

-

-

-

42,090,000 -

985,930 -

-

1,743,013 -

40,346,987 -

42,090,000

985,930

-

1,743,013

40,346,987

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 81 95 00

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 Supplies & Materials 6400 Other Operating 6500 6600 8900

Debt Service Capital Outlay Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

24,335,720

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

24,335,720

18,031,035

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Campus Activity Funds Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget -

Expenditures 304,531 101 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 1,133,369 779 -

TOTAL REVENUES

-

304,632

-

1,134,148

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

-

128,147 3,045 1,738 49,037 62,729 -

58,896 3,771 6,371 40,121 -

301,824 21,923 2,508 252 147,370 165,794 450 -

-

244,696

109,159

640,122

-

2,933 2,169 119,680 119,915 -

2,152 85,538 21,470 -

18,744 9,019 372,432 239,927 -

-

244,696

109,159

640,122

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

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

1,790,380

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

1,790,380

494,026

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Bond 2004 - Growing Together Current Month 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

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget -

Expenditures 178,867 -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 331,993 -

Balance (331,993) -

-

178,867

-

331,993

(331,993)

52,547,649 -

6,953,947 -

23,129,918 -

7,153,411 -

22,264,320 -

52,547,649

6,953,947

23,129,918

7,153,411

22,264,320

52,547,649 -

6,953,947 -

23,129,918 -

7,153,411 -

22,264,320 -

52,547,649

6,953,947

23,129,918

7,153,411

22,264,320

(52,547,649)

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

47,755,366

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

(4,792,283)

(6,821,418)

Unencumbered

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Bond Pay As You Go Current Month Current

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget 234,570 -

Expenditures -

Encumbrances -

Expenditures -

Balance 234,570 -

TOTAL REVENUES

234,570

-

-

-

234,570

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

567,921 -

-

69,610 -

-

498,311 -

567,921

-

69,610

-

498,311

567,921 -

-

69,610 -

-

498,311 -

567,921

-

69,610

-

498,311

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

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

(333,351)

384,962 51,611

Unencumbered

-

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 All Special Revenue Funds Current Month Current REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 Federal Sources 7900 Other Revenue Sources

Revenues /

Revenues /

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 155,765 375,242 6,413,216 -

Unencumbered Balance (155,765) (375,242) (6,413,216) -

-

Expenditures 574 399,564 6,406,489 -

TOTAL REVENUES

-

6,806,627

-

6,944,224

(6,944,224)

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

-

2,130,020 395 162,975 157,799 39,757 227,270 1,285 21,629 13,427 1,557 13,818 4,412 -

278,380 400 15,109 7,575 10,001 1,657 -

7,569,893 3,413 411,884 685,488 161,282 983,938 13,016 91,070 (43) 16,625 9,008 60,152 13,963 -

(7,848,273) (3,813) (426,993) (693,063) (161,282) (993,938) (13,016) (91,070) 43 (16,625) (9,008) (60,152) (15,620) -

-

2,774,344

313,123

10,019,688

(10,332,811)

-

2,262,587 178,807 228,493 104,457 -

91,326 141,701 80,096 -

8,641,586 548,474 626,440 203,188 -

(8,641,586) (639,800) (768,141) (283,284) -

-

2,774,344

313,123

10,019,688

(10,332,811)

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

Budget

Year-to-Date Year-to-Date

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

2200

Beginning Deferred Revenue

-

3600

Ending Balance

-

(3,075,465)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Food Service Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Budget 6,764,750 529,496

Expenditures 500,043 44,319

Encumbrances -

Expenditures 1,855,798 135,152

Balance 4,908,952 394,344

Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

19,047,379 -

-

-

6,022,995 -

13,024,384 -

TOTAL REVENUES

26,341,625

544,362

-

8,013,945

18,327,680

-

-

-

-

-

Food Service Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring Data Processing Community Services Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Uses

26,341,625 -

1,543,390 -

10,376 -

8,346,199 -

17,985,049 -

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

26,341,625

1,543,390

10,376

8,346,199

17,985,049

9,813,771 110,347

781,442 693

-

3,581,533 4,614

6,232,238 105,733

14,005,991 1,947,831 463,685 -

757,979 3,276 -

10,073 303 -

4,488,175 271,878 -

9,507,743 1,675,650 463,685 -

26,341,625

1,543,390

10,376

8,346,199

17,985,049

REVENUES 5700 Local And Intermediate Sources 5800 State Sources 5900 7900

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 36 41 51 52 53 61 71 81 95 00

EXPENDITURES BY OBJECT 6100 Payroll Costs 6200 Contracted Services 6300 6400 6500 6600 8900

Supplies & Materials Other Operating Debt Service Capital Outlay Other Uses Total Object Expenditures

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

-

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

1,592,382

3600

Ending Undesignated Fund Balance

1,592,382

Unencumbered

(332,254)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Financial Activity As of December 31, 2008 Technology Fund Current Month

Year-to-Date

Current

Revenues /

Year-to-Date

Revenues /

Unencumbered

Budget

Expenditures

Expenditures 1,408,669 -

Balance

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

1,271,336 -

-

Encumbrances -

TOTAL REVENUES

1,271,336

-

-

1,408,669

(137,333)

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

1,271,336 -

125,649 95 -

69,493 -

385,072 95 -

816,770 (95) -

1,271,336

125,743

69,493

385,167

816,676

16,855 1,235,960 18,521 -

2,950 119,843 2,950 -

3,447 65,821 225 -

360 4,430 369,306 11,071 -

(360) 8,978 800,833 7,225 -

1,271,336

125,743

69,493

385,167

816,676

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

-

1,023,502

(137,333) -

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT ACTIVITY FUNDS STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES As of December 31, 2008

ASSETS: Cash and Investments Accounts Receivable:

$464,288

TOTAL ASSETS

$464,288

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accounts Payable

$464,288

Total Liabilities

$464,288

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

$0 $0

Total Fund Equity

$0

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$464,288

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GROUP BENEFIT PLAN STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES As of December 31, 2008

REVENUES: Investment Interest Premiums/Contributions Stop Loss Recoveries

$51,981 $8,274,616 $67,324

TOTAL REVENUES

$8,393,921

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

$648,194 $8,140,238 $236,584

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$9,025,016

Excess - Revenue over Expenditures For 2008-2009

($631,094)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GROUP BENEFIT PLAN STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES As of December 31, 2008

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

$10,623,229

TOTAL ASSETS

$10,623,229

$0 $0

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accounts Payable Accrued Health Claims Payable

$0 $2,993,154

Total Liabilities

$2,993,154

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

$8,261,169 ($631,094)

Total Fund Equity

$7,630,075

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$10,623,229

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WORKER'S COMPENSATION SELF-INSURANCE FUND STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES As of December 31, 2008

REVENUES: Investment Interest Contributions from Other Funds

$7,812 $0

TOTAL REVENUES

$7,812

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

$243,895

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$243,895

Excess - Revenue over Expenditures For 2008-2009

($236,083)

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT WORKER'S COMPENSATION SELF-INSURANCE FUND STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES As of December 31, 2008

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

$3,398,959

TOTAL ASSETS

$3,398,959

$0 $0

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY: Accrued Claims Payable

($143,684)

Total Liabilities

($143,684)

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

$3,778,726 ($236,083)

Total Fund Equity

$3,542,642

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY

$3,398,959

SUBJECT:

Quarterly Report on Investments

BACKGROUND:

Section 2256.009 (b) of the Texas Government Code requires that not less than quarterly, a report of the district’s investment transactions shall be provided to the Board.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

That the Board review the 09/01/08 - 11/30/08 quarterly report on investments.

CONTACT PERSON:

John M. Piscacek Don Lazenby Compliance Statement: We, the approved investment officers of Pasadena ISD, hereby certify that this investment report represents the investment position of the District as of November 30, 2008, in compliance with Board approved investment policy, the Public Funds Investment Act (Texas Government Code 2256), and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

Don Lazenby, Director of Budgets

John M. Piscacek, Associate Superintendent for Finance

Summary of Delinquent Tax Collections Collection Target by June 30, 2009:

$4,783,059

All Delinquent Years Prior to 2007

Month Jul-2008 Aug-2008 Sep-2008 Oct-2008 Nov-2008 Dec-2008 Jan-2009 Feb-2009 Mar-2009 Apr-2009 May-2009 Jun-2009 Total

Adjusted Collectible Amount for All Other Delinquent Years $11,956,522

Amount Collected $551,901 $153,830 $73,299 $133,990 $66,954 $252,153

$1,232,127

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

2007 Delinquent Taxes Only

Month Jul-2008 Aug-2008 Sep-2008 Oct-2008 Nov-2008 Dec-2008 Jan-2009 Feb-2009 Mar-2009 Apr-2009 May-2009 Jun-2009 Total

2007 Delinquent Taxes Due $4,783,059

Grand Total Delinquent Collections

Amount Collected $900,267 $161,476 $41,858 $363,246 $77,099 $103,452

$1,647,398 $2,879,525

Pasadena ISD Tax Assessor/Collector's Report For the Month of November, 2008: 2008-2009 School Year Tax Collections

Original Current Roll (09-01-08) Adjustments Credits/Variance Total Adjusted Current Roll Current Taxes Collected Current Rendition Penalty Late Fee

Thru Prior Month

This Month

Year-To-Date

(0.75)

0.00 (53,561.11) 16.93

127,745,476.76 (53,561.11) 16.18 127,691,931.83

92,625.92 60.34

4,522,963.08 9,568.49

4,615,589.00 9,628.83

Uncollected Balance - Current

Original Delinquent Roll (09-01-08) Adjustments Credits/Variance Uncollectible Delinquent Taxes Total Adjusted Delinquent Roll Delinquent Taxes Collected Delinquent Rendition Penalty Late Fee

123,066,714.00

(199,290.67) (3,296.23) 50,649.83

56,487.55 (30.78) 0.00

14,752,705.32 (142,803.12) (3,327.01) 50,649.83 14,657,225.02

612,067.85 831.21

144,570.24 (517.56)

756,638.09 313.65

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

13,900,273.28 184,684.14 30,506.85 300.00 15,602.70

Total Amount Collected

Attorney Fees Collected

119,645.54

65,575.20 14,933.77 20.00 7,382.86

250,259.34 45,440.62 320.00 22,985.56

87,911.83

319,005.52

42,794.02

162,439.56

Pasadena ISD Tax Assessor/Collector's Report For the Month of December, 2008: 2008-2009 School Year Tax Collections

Original Current Roll (09-01-08) Adjustments Credits/Variance Total Adjusted Current Roll Current Taxes Collected Current Rendition Penalty Late Fee

Thru Prior Month

This Month

Year-To-Date

(53,561.11) 16.18

0.00 7,290,391.24 25.22

127,745,476.76 7,236,830.13 41.40 134,982,348.29

4,615,589.00 9,628.83

21,578,272.34 12,499.06

26,193,861.34 22,127.89

Uncollected Balance - Current

Original Delinquent Roll (09-01-08) Adjustments Credits/Variance Uncollectible Delinquent Taxes Total Adjusted Delinquent Roll Delinquent Taxes Collected Delinquent Rendition Penalty Late Fee

108,766,359.06

(142,803.12) (3,327.01) 50,649.83

51,984.25 (7,483.56) 0.00

14,752,705.32 (90,818.87) (10,810.57) 50,649.83 14,701,725.71

756,638.09 313.65

363,728.10 (566.77)

1,120,366.19 (253.12)

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

13,581,612.64 250,259.34 45,440.62 320.00 22,985.56

Total Amount Collected

Attorney Fees Collected

162,439.56

122,853.29 2,393.55 0.00 15,587.18

373,112.63 47,834.17 320.00 38,572.74

140,834.02

459,839.54

67,932.71

230,372.27

PURCHASING AGENDA ITEMS JANUARY 20, 2009 REGULAR BOARD MEETING

1. Competitive Bids and/or Request For Sealed Proposals • ERATE - Network Electronics, RFP #09-007 • ERATE - Wireless Access Points, RFP #09-008 • ERATE - Video Conferencing Equipment, RFP #09-009 • ERATE - Video Distribution, RFP #09-010 • ERATE - SmartNet (Network Hardware Maintenance), RFP #09-011 • ERATE - Web Hosting, RFP #09-012 • ERATE - Email and Elocker, RFP #09-013 • ERATE - Local Area Network Cabling, RFP #09-014 • ERATE - Internet Access, RFP #09-015 • Fundraising Items, CSP #09-017 • Hardware and Related Supplies, CSP #09-018 • Fasteners and Related Supplies, CSP #09-019 2. Contract Renewals • Environmental Abatement and Demolition Services, CSP #06-MA-600 3. Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 • November 1, 2008 thru November 30, 2008 • December 1, 2008 thru December 31, 2008

Director of Purchasing: Angela Eng

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Network Electronics, RFP #09-007

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $1,715,708. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $8,376,692.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Network Electronics to INX for an estimated award amount of $10,092,400.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Wireless Access Points, RFP #09-008

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $798,000. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $798,000.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Wireless Access Points to INX for an estimated award amount not to exceed $1,596,000.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Video Conferencing Equipment, RFP #09-009

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $100,000. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $413,000.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Video Conferencing Equipment to Data Projections, Inc. for an estimated award amount of $513,000.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Video Distribution, RFP #09-010

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $233,300. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $197,900.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Video Distribution to Data Projections, Inc. for an estimated award amount not to exceed $431,200.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Smartnet (Network Hardware Maintenance), RFP #09-011

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered planned district budget funds or accordingly. This process secures the receive additional savings to district for services.

fully through bond funds opportunity to these specific

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Smartnet Maintenance to INX for the estimated amount of $205,200.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Web Hosting, RFP #09012

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $29,300. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $46,000.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Web Hosting to SchoolCenter. The estimated amount of award for RFP #09-012 totals $75,300.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: (Student Email), RFP #09-013

Email and Elocker

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $25,984. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $94,916.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Email and Elocker (student email) to Gaggle.net. The estimated amount of award for RFP #09-013 totals $120,900.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Local Area Network Cabling, RFP #09-014

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered fully through planned district budget funds or bond funds accordingly. This process secures the opportunity to receive additional savings to district for these specific services. Estimated local funds, upon final Board approval at later date, would be approximately $120,500. Federal E-rate funds would cover remaining $587,800.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Local Area Network Cabling to DataVox for an estimated award amount of $708,300.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

E-rate Year 12 eligible service: Internet Access, RFP #09-015

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, RFP was also posted through Erate SLD 470 posting services. For E-Rate Year 12 (2009-2010), PISD has filed and received RFP responses for E-rate eligible services applicable to district and based on the district approved technology plan. This process allows us the opportunity to file for E-rate assistance and potentially save district substantial costs. Upon approval from Erate and notification of funding levels, PISD will evaluate local funding sources available for final decision. All bids have been reviewed and tabulated. Vendors have been selected according to documented evaluation criteria to provide best value to the district as they received the most number of points using the evaluation criteria.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

All services applied for are covered planned district budget funds or accordingly. This process secures the receive additional savings to district for services.

fully through bond funds opportunity to these specific

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contract for Internet Access to Phonoscope for 3 years for 50MB’s at rate of $50/MB and optional 70MB at a rate of $46/MB.

CONTACT PERSON:

Bob Daughrity John Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Fundraising Items, CSP #09-017

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, the purchasing office mailed request for competitive sealed proposals to forty-seven companies and twenty-three companies responded.

RECOMMENDATION:

We are recommending that this proposal be awarded to all twenty-three companies that submitted a proposal. The companies being recommended are: Aim Fundraising Butter Braid (Cornerstone Fundraising, ATG, LCC) Candles & Moore Manufacturing Charco Promotional Products, Inc. Cherrydale Fundraising Deanan Gourmet Popcorn Easy Fundraising Ideas Educational Products Inc. (EPI) Entertainment Publications Express Industries Corporation Fresh Country Fruit of The Loom GJ LaFavers & Company Great American Opportunities HW Grad Corp. Innovative Funds Old Fashion Candy Company, Inc. Poinsettia People, The (Abbott-Ipco, Inc.) Positive Promotions Profit Plus, Inc. Smencil Company, The USA Fundraisers Varsity Gold Inc Fundraising District personnel can purchase items as needed from any vendor who is awarded this proposal, remembering that the purpose of competitive bidding is to secure the best material at the lowest practical price. This procedure allows the users the flexibility to purchase the products they desire, and shifts the responsibility to them for justifying what they purchase and from whom.

CONTACT PERSON:

Sheila V. Cantu Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Hardware and Related Supplies, CSP #09-018

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, the purchasing office mailed request for competitive sealed proposals to fifty-three companies and ten companies responded. Of the ten that responded, three companies submitted no bid responses.

RECOMMENDATION:

As per the request of Mr. Tom Douglas the following is our recommendation which is based on the best price submitted per line items overall and the overall catalog discount. We are recommending that this proposal be awarded to a primary, secondary, and tertiary vendor. In the event that the primary vendor cannot provide the item by the time needed, the department may order from the secondary vendor. In the event that the secondary vendor cannot provide the item by the time needed, the department may order from the tertiary vendor. Listed below are the companies we are recommending. Primary Vendor – Clark Security Products Secondary Vendor – ACME Architectural Hardware Tertiary Vendor – Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.

CONTACT PERSON(S):

Tom Douglas Martha Maldonado Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Fasteners and Related Supplies, CSP #09-019

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with state bid laws, legal notices were published in the Houston Chronicle. In addition, the purchasing office mailed request for competitive sealed proposals to twenty-seven companies and six companies responded. Of the six that responded, two companies submitted no bid responses.

RECOMMENDATION:

As per the request of Mr. Tom Douglas the following is our recommendation which is based on the best price submitted per line items overall and the overall catalog discount. We are recommending that this proposal be awarded to a primary, secondary, and tertiary vendor. In the event that the primary vendor cannot provide the item by the time needed, the department may order from the secondary vendor. In the event that the secondary vendor cannot provide the item by the time needed, the department may order from the tertiary vendor. Listed below are the companies we are recommending. Primary Vendor – DF Sales Secondary Vendor – Mobile Fasteners Tertiary Vendor – MSC Industrial Supply Co.

CONTACT PERSON(S):

Tom Douglas Martha Maldonado Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

CONTRACT RENEWALS:

Environmental Abatement and Demolition Services Contract Period: March 1, 2009 to February 28, 2010 CSP: #06-MA-600, February 15, 2006 Board Approved: February 28, 2006 Option: Year 4 of 5 Years Vendor(s): CST Environmental – Primary Vendor Inland Environments – Secondary Vendor ESTIMATED ANNUAL EXPENDITURE CONTACT PERSON (S): Julian Garcia Terry Page

Steve Rice George Lloyd

≅ $ 900,000.00 Joe Loflin Angela Eng

Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 SCHOOL DEPT

DESCRIPTION

November 1, 2008 thru November 30, 2008 QTY VENDOR

TOTAL COST

REQ./PO NUMBER

LEGAL AUTHORITY

Facilities & Construction

Waste Disposal

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$11,918.00

88245

TCPN

Human Resources

Eschools Contract Services

Eschool Solutions

Lot

$21,659.06

88295

Sole Source

Facilities & Construction

Termitcide at Kruse Elem.

Control Solutions

Lot

$20,708.00

88377

CSP #09-001

Library Services

Online Book Order for Pasadena High School

Follett Educational Services

Lot

$15,103.68

88478

CSP #07-040

Library Services

Library Books for Southbelt Elementary

Rainbow Book Company

Lot

$34,606.29

88533

ESC 5

Morris 5th Grade Center

(15) Promethean Boards & Installation

Procomputing Corporation

15

$22,870.00

88626

ESC 5

Special Programs

(230) Instructional Books

D L B Educational Corporation

230

$10,246.50

88791

CSP #07-040

Food Services

(40) Biometric License, (65) Biometric Scanners

Lunchbyte Systems Inc.

105

$16,550.00

89357

CSP #08-018

Operations

Vacuum Cleaners, Sanders, Floor Polishers and Edger

Buckeye Cleaning Centers

Lot

$14,002.00

89525

Buyboard

L. F. Smith Elementary

(14) Promethean Boards

Procomputing Corporation

14

$19,446.00

89529

ESC 5

Frazier Elementary

(12) Base Projector Installations

Procomputing Corporation

12

$11,940.00

89530

ESC 5

L. F. Smith Elementary

(9) Promethean Boards

Procomputing Corporation

9

$12,501.00

89533

ESC 5

Gardens Elementary

Motivational Reading, Math and Writing Materials

Mentoring Minds LP

Lot

$10,931.40

89579

Sole Source

L. F. Smith Elementary

(26) Aver Media Document Cameras

Procomputing Corporation

26

$14,430.00

89799

ESC 5

Burnett Elementary

Activ Boards, Activ Pens and Activote

Procomputing Corporation

Lot

$10,019.00

89802

ESC 5

L. F. Smith Elementary

(23) Aver Media Document Cameras

Procomputing Corporation

23

$12,765.00

89803

ESC 5

Rayburn High School

(120) Graphing Calculators

D & H Distributing

120

$10,558.80

89807

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Repair Fencing from Hurricane Ike Damage

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$10,548.00

89816

TCPN

Library Services

Books for Rayburn High School

Davidson Titles, Inc.

Lot

$14,250.00

89885

ESC 5

Transportation

(1) 53 Passenger Bus

Rush Bus Centers

1

$83,617.00

89956

Buyboard

Facilities & Construction

Greenhouse Repair (Hurricane Ike Damage) at Dobie HS

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$15,036.00

90047

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Greenhouse Repair (Hurricane Ike Damage) at Memorial HS

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$17,094.00

90048

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Cover Gym Windows at SHHS (Hurricane Ike Damage)

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$28,681.00

90050

TCPN

Data Processing

Blanket Purchase Order for Security Camera Supplies & Materials

Convergint Technologies

Lot

$15,000.00

88614-BL

Sole Source

Data Processing

Blanket Purchase Order for Consulting Services

Mizuni, Inc.

Lot

$20,000.00

88762-BL

Sole Source

Special Education

Blanket Purchase Order for Wireless Service

Verizon Wireless

Lot

$11,000.00

88803-BL

DIR

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Detergent

Ecolab

Lot

$43,200.00

89008-BL

CSP #08-059

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Cleaning Products

Eagle Brush & Chemical Inc.

Lot

$37,720.00

89142-BL

CSP #08-059

Warehouse

Blanket Purchase Order for Laundry Soap and Degreaser

Last Group

Lot

$35,116.00

89143-BL

CSP #08-059

Pasadena Memorial High School

Blanket Purchase Order for Fundraiser

HW Grad Corp.

Lot

$10,000.00

89275-BL

CSP #08-019

Data Processing

Blanket Purchase Order for Cabling Infrastructure

Devolve Corporation

Lot

$10,000.00

90031-BL

CSP #08-017

Operations

Blanket Purchase Order for Chain Link Fencing

Dow Fence & Supply Company

Lot

$10,000.00

90063-BL

CSP #04-MA-374

Information Summary of Purchase Orders over $10,000 SCHOOL DEPT

DESCRIPTION

December 1, 2008 thru December 31, 2008 QTY VENDOR

TOTAL COST

REQ./PO NUMBER

LEGAL AUTHORITY

Maintenance

Dome Lights, ATC Bed Slides, Ladder Racks, DCU Cab High Whites, Front & Rear Glass and Side Boxes

Johnson GT Sales & Service Inc.

Lot

$11,500.00

90110

Formal Quote

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at Beverly Hills Intermediate (Gym Windows)

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$20,412.00

90219

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Replace CW Insulation at Moore Elementary

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$59,954.00

90322

TCPN

Printing Department

Cast Metal Letters (Installed)

Atlas Sign Services, Inc.

Lot

$21,527.00

90371

Buyboard

Transportation

(66) Crankcase Filtrations Systems and (66) Crankcase Ventilation Systems

International Truck of Houston

132

$52,222.50

90475

CSP #08-029

Warehouse

Vinyl Gloves for Stock

Buckeye Cleaning Centers

Lot

$10,836.00

90536

CSP #08-059

Meador Elementary

(12) Activ Boards 78” and Installation

Procomputing Corporation

12

$16,668.00

90837

ESC 5

Facilities & Construction

Materials & Labor for Repairs to the Softball Complex

Liberty Electrical Contractors

Lot

$28,126.70

90920

CSP #06-MA-613

DeZavala 5th Grade Center

(27) Document Cameras

Procomputing Corporation

27

$14,985.00

91322

ESC 5

Challenger School

(10/each) ACTIV Boards, ACTIV Pens and ACTIV Slates

Procomputing Corporation

30

$20,290.00

91325

ESC 5

Miller Intermediate

(21) Projectors

Procomputing Corporation

21

$14,595.00

91331

ESC 5

Special Programs

Read 180

Scholastic, Inc.

Lot

$38,400.00

91421

Sole Source

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at PMHS

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$71,159.00

91495

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at Pasadena High School

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$22,217.00

91496

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at Rayburn High School

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$23,854.00

91497

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at Dobie High School

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$41,272.00

91498

TCPN

Data Processing

2 Year Agreement for McAfee Software

Dell Marketing L P

Lot

$193,505.00

91531

TCPN

Library Services

Gale Virtual Reference Library

Cengage Learning

Lot

$20,000.00

91553

Sole Source

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at McGuire Field

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$24,983.00

91649

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at Softball Complex

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$50,108.00

91650

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Hurricane Ike Damage at Dobie High School (Athletics)

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$22,727.00

91651

TCPN

Facilities & Construction

Backstop Netting at SHHS

Kellogg Brown & Root

Lot

$44,131.00

91832

TCPN

Pomeroy Elementary

(11) Promethean Boards

Procomputing Corporation

11

$15,279.00

91835

ESC 5

Pomeroy Elementary

(12) Promethean Boards

Procomputing Corporation

12

$16,668.00

91837

ESC 5

Pasadena High School

Band Instruments

Music and Arts Center, Inc.

Lot

$13,649.00

91866

CSP #07-035

Human Resources

Blanket Purchase Order for Medical Screening Services

Medical Screening Services, Inc.

Lot

$20,000.00

90221-BL

Professional Service

Transportation

Blanket Purchase Order for Aftermarket Repair Parts

Bass & Meineke Auto Parts

Lot

$35,000.00

90468-BL

CSP #07-036

Data Processing

Blanket Purchase Order for Classroom Installations Projects

Procomputing Corporation

Lot

$986,900.00

90526-BL

ESC 5

Human Resources

Blanket Purchase Order for Fingerprinting Services

Integrated Biometric Tech

Lot

$15,000.00

91077-BL

Sole Source

Data Processing

Blanket Purchase Order for Cabling Infrastructure Supplies

Pfeiffer & Son LTD

Lot

$10,000.00

91564-BL

CSP #08-017

Data Processing

Blanket Purchase Order for Cabling Infrastructure Supplies

Graybar Electric Company, Inc.

Lot

$10,000.00

91646-BL

US Communities

Finance Department

Blanket Purchase Order for Phone Bills

AT&T

Lot

$104,000.00

91685-BL

Texan 2000

Transportation

Blanket Purchase Order for Repair of Wheelchair Lifts

Adaptive Driving Access, Inc.

Lot

$10,000.00

91699-BL

Formal Quote

Pasadena ISD Donations Report - January 2009 Campus

Partner

De Zavala Middle School School Volunteers

Donation December 2008 Volunteer Hours

Hours

Value

111

$0.00

Total: $0 and 111 Hours

Dobie High School

DeLeon Family

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$500.00

Dobie High School

Hobbs Auto Repair

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$300.00

Dobie High School

WILL-CO Plumbing

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$250.00

Dobie High School

Gulf Marine & Industrial

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$250.00

Dobie High School

John & Helen Larson

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$250.00

Dobie High School

ASTE

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$250.00

Dobie High School

J.A.M. Distributing

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$150.00

Dobie High School

KLC Air & Heat

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$150.00

Dobie High School

WM Trucking & Excav. Inc.

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$150.00

Dobie High School

Papagayos Mexican Restaurant

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$101.00

Dobie High School

C&D Burger Shoppe

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$100.00

Dobie High School

Houston Cosmetic Implant Dentistry

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$100.00

Dobie High School

Bushi Ban International

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$100.00

Dobie High School

Juan & Maria Hernandez

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$50.00

Dobie High School

Emilio A Sarabia DDS

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$50.00

Dobie High School

Longoria Family

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$50.00

Dobie High School

Amar A Safety

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$50.00

Campus

Partner

Donation

Hours

Value

Dobie High School

Jones Family

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$50.00

Dobie High School

Terry & Patti Oberpriller

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$50.00

Dobie High School

Douglas & Catherine Sawyer a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$25.00

Dobie High School

Paige E. Schwartz

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$25.00

Dobie High School

Bond Family

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$25.00

Dobie High School

Ygnacio Lopez Paint

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$25.00

Dobie High School

Patricia and Michael Dyer

a monetary donation for Dobie Girls Softball

0

$25.00

Total: $3076 and 0 Hours

Frazier Elementary

School Volunteers

November 2008 Volunteer Hours

118

$0.00

Total: $0 and 118 Hours

Freeman Elementary

School Volunteers

August - December 2008 Volunteer Hours

444

$0.00

Total: $0 and 444 Hours

Gardens Elementary

School Volunteers

November - December 2008 Volunteer Hours

519

$0.00

Total: $0 and 519 Hours

Garfield Elementary

Roundtop Collection

Christmas decorations to sell for SPARK Park

0

$2,000.00

Garfield Elementary

La Cantina Grill

Wal Mart Gift cards for needy families

0

$1,000.00

Garfield Elementary

School Volunteers

December Volunteer Hours

44

$0.00

Total: $3000 and 44 Hours

Jackson Intermediate

Albemarle Corp.

lunches and time for Mentor Program

0

$900.00

Jackson Intermediate

Albemarle Corp

PAL Shirts

0

$500.00

Jackson Intermediate

Albemarle Corp

Science videos and screen for classroom curriculum enrichment

0

$500.00

Campus

Partner

Donation

Hours

Value

Jackson Intermediate

Albemarle Corp.

school supplies for students

0

$400.00

Jackson Intermediate

Ethyl Corp.

school supplies for students

0

$200.00

Total: $2500 and 0 Hours

Jensen Elementary

Lakeside Elementary School a monetary donation for Hurricane Ike Victims

0

$1,432.91

Jensen Elementary

Meador Staffing Services

a monetary donation for DARE TShirts

0

$750.00

Jensen Elementary

Pasadena Rotary Club

dictionaries for 4th grade students to promote literacy

0

$400.00

Jensen Elementary

San Jacinto Republican

dictionaries to 3rd grade to promote literacy

0

$400.00

179

$0.00

Women Jensen Elementary

School Volunteers

November -December 2008 Volunteer Hours

Total: $2982.91 and 179 Hours

Lomax Middle School

Ruby McCoy

Houston Rockets ticket with gift basket for raffle

0

$250.00

Lomax Middle School

School Volunteers

Volunteer Hours Sept - Dec 2008

89

$0.00

Total: $250 and 89 Hours

Moore Elementary

Pasadena Rotary

dictionaries for 3rd grade students

0

$900.00

Moore Elementary

HEB Food Store

school supplies

0

$500.00

Moore Elementary

Champions

school supplies

0

$300.00

Moore Elementary

Be An Angel

Ensure for our Paces

0

$200.00

Moore Elementary

Leukemia/Lymphoma Society

0

$100.00

Moore Elementary

HEB Food Store

gift card for teacher drawing

0

$40.00

Moore Elementary

9er's Grill

gift card for teacher drawing

0

$30.00

Moore Elementary

Academy

gift card for teacher drawing

0

$25.00

Moore Elementary

Shell

gift card for teacher drawing

0

$25.00

gift card for teacher drawing

Campus

Partner

Donation

Hours

Value

Moore Elementary

PartyLite

2 pillar candles and holders for teacher drawing

0

$20.00

Moore Elementary

C & D Burger Shoppe

gift certificate for teacher drawing

0

$20.00

Moore Elementary

Bouquets by Betty

musical candle for teacher drawing

0

$20.00

Total: $2180 and 0 Hours

Morales Elementary

School Volunteers

October and November 2008 Volunteer Hours

323

$0.00

Total: $0 and 323 Hours

Pasadena ISD

Arlington ISD

school supplies, clothing and money for Hurricane Ike Victims

0

$8,500.00

Pasadena ISD

Burnet Middle School

school supplies and personal items for Hurricane Ike victims

0

$1,500.00

Pasadena ISD

KDP SUCCESS Service Project

school supplies for Hurricane Ike victims

0

$1,000.00

Pasadena ISD

Global Services

a monetary donation for Hurricane Ike victims

0

$810.00

Pasadena ISD

Coca Cola

Coca Cola Drinks for 2008 Employee Fall Festival

0

$100.00

Total: $11910 and 0 Hours

Pomeroy Elementary

Eric Dotson

8 boxes of Popsicles for Box Tops Reward

0

$25.00

Total: $25 and 0 Hours

Richey Elementary

LyondellBasell

Thanksgiving Baskets for needy families

0

$825.00

Richey Elementary

LyondellBasell

a monetary donation for tribute to Gabe Gonzalez

0

$750.00

Total: $1575 and 0 Hours

San Jacinto Intermediate

School Volunteers

Volunteer hours

24 Total: $ and 24 Hours

Schneider Middle School

Rick Schneider & Assoc.

a monetary donation for our school

Schneider Middle School

School Volunteers

December Volunteer Hours

0

$250.00

112

$0.00

Total: $250 and 112 Hours

Campus

Partner

South Houston Elementary

School Volunteers

Donation December 2008 Volunteer Hours

Hours

Value

17

$0.00

Total: $0 and 17 Hours

Stuchbery Elementary

Gayle Anderson

a monetary donation for Christmas Family

0

$100.00

Total: $100 and 0 Hours

Teague Elementary

School Volunteers

November -December 2008 Volunteer Hours

124

$0.00

Total: $0 and 124 Hours

Williams Elementary

Delgado Chiropractic Clinic

a monetary donation for Turkey Trot Fun Run

0

$300.00

Williams Elementary

Manlove Advertising

a monetary donation for Turkey Trot Fun Run

0

$300.00

Williams Elementary

Gulf Coast Educators FCU

a monetary donation for Turkey Trot Fun Run

0

$300.00

Williams Elementary

JMT Plumbing

a monetary donation for Turkey Trot Fun Run

0

$300.00

Williams Elementary

Diana & Greg Garza

a monetary donation for Turkey Trot Fun Run

0

$300.00

Williams Elementary

Tino's Pool Plastering

a monetary donation for Turkey Trot Fun Run

0

$100.00

Total: $1600 and 0 Hours

Grand Total: $29448.91 and 2104 Hours

SUBJECT:

Flexible Spending Account Debit Cards for Child Care and/or Medical Reimbursement

BACKGROUND:

We are continuing to review programs that will help benefit the employees of the district. We received quotes from three different carriers regarding debit cards under the flexible spending account and the current carrier will offer the debit card for $1.60/m/e, which was the lowest quote we received.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The estimated cost will be $6,720/yr. The cost will be taken from our health insurance fund and will not affect the general budget.

RECOMMENDATION:

Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve the recommendation to add the debit card as a benefit to our employees under the flexible spending account.

CONTACT PERSON:

Jerry Dennis John Piscacek Vonnie Conde

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20,2009

SUBJECT:

2009-2010 School Calendar

BACKGROUND:

A proposed school calendar for 2009-2010 was developed using the TEA guidelines and was presented to DEC on October 7, 2008. A “Draft” calendar was developed from the input received at the DEC meeting and a new “Draft” was presented to DEC at the November 17, 2008 meeting. The “Draft” calendar was sent to all employees by express email and placed on the District’s web site for employee input. Based upon input we received from our employees we are recommending no changes to the “Draft” calendar.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

N/A

RECOMMENDATION:

We are recommending approval of the 2009-2010 School Calendar.

CONTACT PERSON:

Jerry Dennis DEC

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20,2009

Pasadena Independent School District

Draft 4

2009-2010 School Year Calendar

B-2-3 Revised 01-06-09

(187 Day Teacher Calendar)

August , 2009 Pre Kinder Pre-Registration Early Registration August 13-14 Pre-Registration

August 2009

For Students

S M T W T F S

September 2009



S M T W T F S

1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29

(First day of school Freshmen Only)

August 24, 2009

For Teachers

First Day August 17, 2009 Last Day June 4, 2010

S M T W T F S 1 2 } 3 4 { 5 6 7 8 9 10

Make-up Days (If Needed)



S M T W T F S

4 5 6 7 11 12 13 } 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28

2 9 16 23 30

3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 + 19 24 25 26 31

January 2010

August 24, 2009–January 14, 2010

Second Semester January18–June 3, 2010



Grading Period

Teaching Days

August 24–October 23, 2009 October 26–January 14, 2010 January 18–March 26, 2010 March 29–June 3, 2010



S M T W T F S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ]}+15 16 17 {[ 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31



43+1 44+1 45 47

{Six Weeks Grading Periods} Grading Period

Teaching Days

August 24–October 2, 2009 October 5–November 13, 2009 November 16–January 14, 2010 January 18–February 26, 2010 March 1–April 16, 2010 April 19–June 3, 2010

28+1 29+1 29 29+1 29 33

+ Early Dismissal December 18, 2009 January 14, 2010 June 3, 2010

Staff Development Days August 17-20, 2009

Staff Development Waiver Days August 24, 2009 October 26, 2009 January 18, 2010

2 9 16 23 30

3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 ] 27 31

April 2010

S M T W T F S

May 2010

S M T W T F S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

June 2010

S M T W T F S 1 2 3 ]}+ 4 5



6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29

9 10 11 12 16 17 18 19 23 24 25 26 30

July 2010

/Teacher Preparation Days August 21, 2009 January 15, 2010 June 4, 2010

T W T F S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 } 17 18 {19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

[Nine Weeks Grading Periods] Elementary & Middle Schools

Intermediate Schools & High Schools

S M T W T F S

1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29

January 15, 2010

First Semester

14 15 16 17 21 22 23 ] 24 28 29 30 31

December 2009

October 26, 2009

3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 } 27

March 2010

Labor Day September 7, 2009 S M Thanksgiving November 23-27, 2009 { 1 Christmas/Winter Dec. 21, 2009–Jan. 1, 2010 Martin Luther King Day (Students Only) January 18, 2010 7 8 Spring Break March 15-19, 2010 14 15 Easter April 2, 2010 21 22 Memorial Day May 31, 2010 28 [ 29 Independence Day July 5, 2010 240 Day Employees will work: November 23-24, 2009 April 2, 2010 May 31, 2010





1 2 3 8 9 10 15 {16 17 22 23 24 29 30

1 2 7 8 9 14 15 16 21 22 23 28

Student and Staff Holidays 

2 3 4 5 9 10 11 12 16 17 18 19 23 24 25 26 30

November 2009

S M T W T F S

Holidays

October 2009

11 12 13 18 19 20 25 [ 26 27



- First Day August 25, 2009 - Last Day June 3, 2010

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 {[ 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

February 2010



S M T W T F S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

SUBJECT:

Certified Personnel

BACKGROUND:

The attached reflects action on Certified Personnel during November 2008-January 2009

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: RECOMMENDATION: CONTACT PERSON:

Jerry Dennis

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

2008-2009 REPLACEMENT PERSONNEL Last Name First Name Steffensky Hager Nolen Garcia McPherson Dwyer Johnson Weatherford Acosta Townsend Williamson Herrin Abarca Moreno Proft Meline Meersman Baker Green Morgan Reyna Neal Scarborough Salazar Smith

Leah Rebecca Notra Susana Erica Silvia Seth Stacy Monica John Elizabeth Amber Maria Linda William Maureen Pamela Billie Charles Trent Daniel Monica Kayla Elizabeth Sarah

Campus

Position

Bailey Elem Bondy Inter Challenger Garfield Elem Genoa Genoa Elem Jackson Inter Kruse Elem Kruse Elem Melillo Middle Melillo Middle Milstead Middle Moore Elem Moore Elem Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena High Pasadena Memorial Pomeroy Elem Queens Inter Queens Inter Schneider Middle

Music Math Math 4th Grade Nurse Bilingual Kinder SpEd Autistic Phy Ed Bilingual 2nd Science ELAR Nurse Bilingual K 3rd Grade Physics Math English Math History Math Art Bilingual Kinder Reading Phy Ed 5th Grade

Exp 0 0 0 0 4 0 pending 0 0 2 0 0 0 pending 0 0 0 pending 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

Supt Appr Date 11/20/08 01/08/09 11/20/08 12/18/08 11/20/08 01/08/09 11/13/08 12/04/08 11/20/08 12/04/08 11/20/08 11/20/08 11/13/08 01/08/09 11/20/08 12/18/08 12/18/08 01/08/09 01/08/09 12/04/08 01/08/09 01/08/09 11/20/08 12/11/08 12/04/08

Last Name First Name Moody Pavalonis Jimenez Morris

Christy Chelsea Perla C Amber

Campus

Position

Shaw Middle SpEd(Life Skills) South Houston Elem SpEd Generic Sparks Elem 3rd Grade Williams Elem 5th Grade

Exp 0 0 0 0

Supt Appr Date 01/08/09 01/08/09 12/04/08 12/11/08

2008-2009 ADDITIONAL PREVIOUSLY APPROVED PERSONNEL Last Name First Name Pena Salem

Hugo Hibah

Campus Mae Smythe Elem McMasters Elem

Position Bilingual 2nd SpEd Severe

Exp 0 0

Supt Appr Date 12/04/08 01/08/09

SUBJECT:

Support Personnel

BACKGROUND:

The attached reflects action on Certified Personnel during December 2008-January 2009

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: RECOMMENDATION: CONTACT PERSON:

Jerry Dennis

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

EMPLOYMENT Benitez, Roberto

Sp Ed Aide Adaptive Behavior - Queens Intermediate

RETIREMENT Gamble, Helen

Bus Driver 5.5/Hr - Transportation

TERMINATION Brizuela, Elsa

Custodian I - Bush Elementary

Davis, Lucious

Sp Ed Aide Adaptive Behavior - Thompson Intermediate

Duran, Randy

Driver Warehouse - Warehouse

Gill, Tabitha

Sped Aide Stu Spec - Keller Middle School

Silva, Eric

Apprentice Warehouse - Warehouse

SUBJECT:

Approval of the 2009-2010 High School Graduation Dates, Locations and Times

BACKGROUND:

We recommend the following dates, locations and times for our 2010 high school graduations. Campus Tegeler Career Center Tegeler Career Center Sam Rayburn High School South Houston High School Pasadena High School Memorial High School Dobie High School

Date Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010 Thursday, June 3, 2010 Friday, June 4, 2010 Friday, June 4, 2010 Friday, June 4, 2010 Friday, June 4, 2010 Friday, June 4, 2010

Location Tegeler Bldg. B

Time 7:00 p.m.

Tegeler Bldg. B

7:00 p.m.

Hofheinz Pavilion

9:00 a.m.

Hofheinz Pavilion

11:30 a.m.

Hofheinz Pavilion

2:00 p.m.

Hofheinz Pavilion

4:30 p.m.

Hofheinz Pavilion

7:00 p.m.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The cost for all 5 high school graduations at Hofheinz will be approximately $51,900.00.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the 2010 Graduation dates, locations and times.

CONTACT PERSON:

Vicki Thomas Jean Cain Chris Bolyard Steve Fullen Steve Jamail Billye Smith Robert Stock

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

High

School

SUBJECT:

PreAP and Honors Courses Identified for No-Pass, No Play.

BACKGROUND:

Senate Bill 1517 defined and restricted the courses eligible for exemption from the passing grade requirement for students to be eligible to participate in extra-curricular activities. The courses that are exempt include all Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, PreAP (honors), and dual credit courses in the subjects of English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, economics, and languages other than English. The Pasadena course list includes: All Advanced Placement Courses in the subjects of English, math, science, social studies, economics, and languages other than English. The PreAP (Honors) course list include English I (PreAP) English II (PreAP) Geometry (PreAP) Algebra II (PreAP) PreCalculus (PreAP) PreCalculus (no premium points) Biology (PreAP) Chemistry (PreAP) Physics (PreAP) World History (PreAP) World Geography (PreAP) Spanish (PreAP) French (PreAP) German (PreAP) Latin (Honors) Independent Study Courses (Honors) in the subjects of English Language arts, mathematics, science, social studies.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

Approve the listing of PreAP courses listed as exemptions regarding extracurricular activities.

CONTACT PERSON:

Vicki Thomas, Joyce Eversole, Linda Fletcher, Mike Stephens, Patricia Sermas

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Approval for South Houston High School Fencers to travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico February 12 – 17, 2009.

BACKGROUND:

Four boys and four girls qualified in competition to go to the National Junior Olympics held in Albuquerque, New Mexico February 12 – 17, 2009. The students will join other students from all over the nation to compete in the Junior Olympics. This trip in the past has provided students with the opportunity to meet and begin dialogue with major universities such as Princeton, Cornell and Duke. This trip is a wonderful opportunity for them as well as PISD. South Houston High School coaches and parents will chaperone the students with an adult to student ratio of 1/4. Chaperones will be trained in school district policy prior to the trip. All rules of conduct established by the school district will be strictly enforced. Necessary forms, permission slips, and waivers will be completed prior to the departure of the students. The cost of the trip is approximately $800.00 per participant and the registration fee is $120.00 per participant.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Due to the fact that this is a national competition, funding will be provided by the district.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the South Houston High School Fencers to travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico February 12 – 17, 2009.

CONTACT PERSON:

Jerry Dunaway Steve Fullen

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Acceptance of multiple Grant Awards

BACKGROUND:

Investment Capital Fund, Cycle 18 Frazier and Jensen Elementary, De Zavala Middle School, and Queens and Southmore Intermediate have all been awarded $50,000 Investment Capital Fund grants through the Texas Education Agency. The grant funds will allow these schools to provide professional staff development, after school programs of academic enrichment for students, and supportive classes for parents. Great Stories CLUB Round II Tegeler Career Center, APEx, and The Summit were awarded the Great Stories CLUB Round II through the American Library Association Public Programs Office and Young Adult Library Services Association. The Great Stories CLUB is a reading and discussion program designed to reach underserved troubled teen populations through books that are relevant to their lives. The schools will develop a book discussion program and copies of the books will be given to each student. The libraries will access an online toolkit that includes sample discussion questions, recommended titles for further reading, downloadable bookmark art and other resources. The grant is valued at approximately $1,980.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

Pasadena ISD Administration recommends acceptance of the $251,980 in grant dollars.

CONTACT PERSON:

Rhonda Parmer, Candy Bernsen, Lolene Smith-Clark, Troy Jones, Lana Stahl, Steve Laymon, DeeAnn Powell, Vicki Thomas, Jean Cain, Melissa Cooley, Robert DeWolfe, Jeremy Gibson, Kay McBride, JoAnne Healy, and Susan Bauer

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

the

SUBJECT:

Innovative Course Application Introduction to General Maritime Studies and Careers

BACKGROUND:

The Port of Houston is expected to grow dramatically by 2014, when the Panama Canal expansion is complete. The expectation of the Port of Houston business community is that employment opportunities will be widely available. The maritime industry is a major global employer with thousands of opportunities in many areas. The local maritime business coalition has requested that the Pasadena Independent School District establish a program to address the shortage of qualified applicants for vacant and future positions in the industry. The innovative course application for Introduction to General Maritime Studies and Careers will give students an opportunity to earn state graduation credit, if approved by TEA. This course is designed to familiarize students with the dynamic environment of the maritime industry. Students will gain the necessary knowledge to enable them to understand the diverse career opportunities in the maritime world and the diversified field of maritime-related careers. This class is the first in a coherent sequence of Maritime Studies courses designed to enhance the employability and/or acceptance into a four year Maritime degree program.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Includes teacher salary, class supplies and materials. If the course is approved for state graduation credit, the district may receive weighted funding for the enrolled students.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the innovative course application for Introduction to General Maritime Studies and Careers

CONTACT PERSON:

Vicki Thomas Steve Laymon Patricia Sermas

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

Joyce Eversole Sarah Wrobleski

SUBJECT:

Student Achievement

STUDENT GROUP:

Pasadena ISD High School Bands

ACCOMPLISHMEMENT:

2008-2009 Region XIX HS Band Members

LIST OF STUDENTS:

J. Frank Dobie High School Brittany Frederick – Wind Ensemble & Symphony Orchestra - Area Sheila Placencia – Wind Ensemble – Area Daniel Alanis – Wind Ensemble – Area David Arcemant – Wind Ensemble – Area Jonathan Washington – Wind Ensemble – Area Brandon Wright – Wind Ensemble – Area Ashley Guerrero – Wind Ensemble Tyler Scarberry – Wind Ensemble – Area Julie Croce – Wind Symphony – Area Gena Brown – Wind Symphony Cheyenne Peer – Wind Symphony Jacob Boelsche – Wind Symphony Jordan Johnson – Symphonic Winds Gabby DeLeon – Symphonic Winds April Henderson – Symphonic Winds Erick Frias – Symphonic Winds Kaitlyn Wallis – Symphonic Winds

Pasadena High School Nicolas Ramirez – Wind Ensemble & Region Jazz & Symphony Orchestra - Area Luis Ayala - Wind Ensemble & Region Jazz - Area Gracey Aguirre – Wind Symphony Seferino Garcia – Wind Symphony Oscar Cruz – Symphonic Winds Juan Quiroz – Symphonic Winds

Pasadena Memorial High School Matthew Barker - Wind Ensemble - Area Holly Brewer - Wind Ensemble - Area Blake Stiles - Wind Symphony - Area Laurel Sharpless – Wind Symphony Cheryl Isagurre – 9th Grade Region

Sam Rayburn High School Emmy Ramos - Wind Ensemble - Area Andrew Dimmick – Wind Ensemble & Symphony Orchestra– Area Oscar Vasquez – Wind Ensemble – Area Daniel Rivera – Wind Ensemble – Area

South Houston High School Carlos Olazaba – Wind Ensemble - Area Nicole Neveu – Wind Symphony Ray Guerra – Wind Symphony

CONTACT PERSON:

Linda Fletcher

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Student Achievement

STUDENT GROUP:

PISD High School Orchestras

ACCOMPLISHMEMENT: LIST OF STUDENTS:

2008-2009 Region XIX HS Orchestra Members J. Frank Dobie HS Paige Sanchez – Symphony Joshua Bernal – Symphony Tam Nguyen – Symphony Kim Do – Symphony Erik Olmos – Symphony Tracy Nguyen – Symphony Alberto Moreno – Symphony Bridgette Jagdeo – Symphony Heather Jung – Symphony Claudia Martinez – Symphony Denny Thomas – Symphony Philip Ullrich – Symphony Sandra Chau – Symphony Celina Lara – Symphony Denisse Pacheco – Symphony Demmi Garcia – Symphony Tam Duong – Symphony – All State Katey Miille – Symphony Alex Soto – Symphony Jisha Jose – Symphony Phuong Tran – Symphony Kathleen Nguyen – Symphony Jonathan Lo – Symphony Evan Weaver – Symphony Rolando Medina – Symphony Chris Soto – Symphony Stephen Salazar – Symphony Sarah McKinney – Symphony Khanh Pham – Symphony Samantha Gomez – Philharmonic Nyla Vasquez – Philharmonic Dorothy Tran – Philharmonic Tyara Hernandez – Philharmonic Davy Chan – Philharmonic Jorge Cortez – Philharmonic Adam Barker – Philharmonic Sarah Taqvi – Philharmonic Robert Martin – Philharmonic

Pasadena HS David Hernandez – Symphony – All State Michelle Hernandez – Philharmonic Jose Galarza – Philharmonic Ernesto Ramirez – Philharmonic Hugo Ramirez – Philharmonic

Pasadena Memorial HS Jeremy Windham – Symphony Esther Choi – Symphony Matthew Mena – Symphony – All State Heather Woitena – Symphony Kimberly Do – Symphony Chelsea Derr – Philharmonic Amber Davidson – Philharmonic Genesis Chapa – Philharmonic Ben Elliott - Philharmonic

Sam Rayburn HS Carlos Martinez – Symphony Emily Robbins – Symphony Pablo Perez – Symphony Ezequiel Calderon – Symphony Pavel Baez – Symphony Melanie Ayala – Symphony Gio Soto – Philharmonic Kylah Dias – Philharmonic Oliver Gomez – Philharmonic Becky Long – Philharmonic Susan Sanchez – Philharmonic Ashley Niermann – Philharmonic Mariana Martinez – Philharmonic Brien Robles - Philharmonic

South Houston HS Leonardo Barragan – Symphony An Tran - Philharmonic

CONTACT PERSON:

Linda Fletcher

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Student Achievement

STUDENT GROUP:

PISD High School Choirs

ACCOMPLISHMEMENT:

2008-2009 Region XIX HS Choir Members

LIST OF STUDENTS:

J. Frank Dobie HS Yodisa Marcano – Mixed Choir - Area Isaac Wilhelm – Mixed Choir Mauricio Palacios – Mixed Choir Greg Marsella – Mixed Choir Bryan Burleigh – Mixed Choir Joshua Woodson – Mixed Choir Mackenzie Powell – Women’s Choir Victoria Fee – Women’s Choir Alyssa Lozano – Women’s Choir Heather Pues – Women’s Choir Rebekah Amare – Women’s Choir LaShaye Cooper – Women’s Choir Rhiana Anthony – Women’s Choir Alaina Burns – Women’s Choir Joanna Gonzales – Women’s Choir Nallely Palacios – Women’s Choir Anna-Marie Bryant – Women’s Choir Kayla Luna – Women’s Choir Elizabeth Sorensen – Women’s Choir Shanae Nix – Women’s Choir Rachel Hernandez – Women’s Choir Amy Muniz – Women’s Choir Yolanda Marcano – Women’s Choir Sarah Eapen – Women’s Choir Sarah Goeman – Women’s Choir Theresa Green – Women’s Choir Cy Fondal – Men’s Choir Jordan Windsor – Men’s Choir Marvin Henderson – Men’s Choir

Pasadena HS Josh Horak – Mixed Choir Becky Armenta – Women’s Choir Cheveon Owens – Women’s Choir Enrique Cavazos – Men’s Choir

Pasadena Memorial HS Allie Oakes – Mixed Choir - Area Kristin Massa – Mixed Choir Michelle Moore – Mixed Choir Katy Ward – Mixed Choir - Area Ruben Velasquez – Mixed Choir David Kolancy – Mixed Choir - Area

Kayla Davila – Women’s Choir Elizabeth Bolton – Women’s Choir Joel Wilson – Men’s Choir Viet Dinh – Men’s Choir Saige Eldrige – Men’s Choir

Sam Rayburn HS Jose Garcia – Mixed Choir - Area Nicholas Ledesma – Mixed Choir Johnathan Perez – Mixed Choir - Area Corey Saenz – Mixed Choir Kaitlin Yoist – Mixed Choir Celeste Alvarez – Women’s Choir Analie Cuadras – Women’s Choir Corinne Pavlicek – Women’s Choir Carlos Gonzalez – Men’s Choir Diego Quintanilla – Men’s Choir

South Houston HS Jessica Rangel – Mixed Choir - Area Brittany Marrisette – Mixed Choir - Area Gerardo Corona – Mixed Choir David Saucedo – Mixed Choir - Area Manuel Damian – Men’s Choir Jorge Enriquez – Men’s Choir Michael Martinez – Men’s Choir

CONTACT PERSON:

Linda Fletcher

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Student Achievement

STUDENT GROUP:

Pasadena ISD Intermediate School Bands

ACCOMPLISHMEMENT:

2008-2009 Region XIX Intermediate Band Members

LIST OF STUDENTS:

Beverly Hills Intermediate Venerson Villanueva – Symphonic Band Christina Tran – Symphonic Band Kayla Dokhani – Symphonic Band Chanse Morris – Symphonic Band Rebecca Guerra – Symphonic Band Erik Flores – Symphonic Band Jose Cabreja – Symphonic Band Andrew Flores – Symphonic Band Manuel Reyna – Symphonic Band Mikaela Guevara – Symphonic Band Amy Hallaron – Symphonic Band Allyson Abrom – Symphonic Band Victopr Castillo – Symphonic Band Brian Williams – Symphonic Band Nathalie Yii – Symphonic Band Antony Chau – Symphonic Band Marissa Saldana – Concert Band Adrian Flores – Concert Band David Cavazos – Concert Band Brianna Guevara – Concert Band Jason Giang – Concert Band Dylan Guzman – Concert Band Edward Ramirez – Concert Band Alberto Cruz – Concert Band Ricky Flores – Concert Band Jennifer Galvan – District Band Evin Prescott – District Band Cameron Martens – District Band Jesus Garcia – District Band

Bondy Intermediate Karina Muniz – Symphonic Band Dorothy Burington – Symphonic Band Eric Espinosa – Symphonic Band Ryan Summers – Symphonic Band Nelson Rivera – Symphonic Band Stephen Martino – Symphonic Band Abrahan Chavez – Symphonic Band Luke Burleson – Symphonic Band Savannah Opre – Concert Band Kristina Salazar – Concert Band Alex Gonzales – Concert Band

Andrew Felan – Concert Band Jamie Taylor – Concert Band Andrea Esquivel – District Band Cody Vordenbaum – District Band

Jackson Intermediate Alyssa Shotwell – Symphonic Band Ricardo Bravo – Symphonic Band Salvador Cuevas – Concert Band Axel Alarcon – Concert Band Luis Gonzalez – Concert Band Alex Bravo – District Band Bryan Cantu – District Band Ivan Arroyo – District Band

Miller Intermediate Jianny Dominguez - Concert Band Travis Plaisance - Concert Band -

Park View Intermediate Ricky Gomez – Concert Band Ivan Salazar – District Band

Queens Intermediate Rafael Salazar – Symphonic Band Omar Pioquinto – Symphonic Band Ismael Martinez – Symphonic Band Brittany Arrendondo – Symphonic Band Marvin Cruz – Symphonic Band Adolfo Gomez – Symphonic Band Luis Dozal – Symphonic Band Deion Francis – Concert Band Leticia Alvarez – Concert Band Julio Montemayor – Concert Band Alec Lozado – District Band Luis Puente – District Band Jesse Orozco – District Band Nabyrina Urbina – District Band Leonel Garcia – District Band Jose Zamora – District Band Manuel Sanabria – District Band Jose Guerrero – District Band

San Jacinto Intermediate Josue Mancias – Concert Band Faith Vera – District Band Chayanne Berumen – District Band

South Houston Intermediate Kevin Fuentes – Symphonic Band Olivia Garcia – Concert Band Bradley Deanda – Concert Band Luis Galvan – Concert Band Rogelio Wong – District Band Hector Marquina – District Band Mario Compean – District Band

Southmore Intermediate Jessica Contreras – Symphonic Band Amanda Villarreal – Symphonic Band Charles Pena – Symphonic Band Paul Garcia – Concert Band Kassandra Ortiz – Concert Band Daisy Flores – Concert Band Nallely Gutierrez – Concert Band Daniela Jauregui – Concert Band Isel Sevilla – Concert Band Isabel Garcia – Concert Band Jorge Martinez – Concert Band Jose Guerra – Concert Band David Correa – Concert Band Edgar Chavez – District Band Xanthe Sanchez – District Band Lourdes Munoz – District Band Alma Contreras – District Band Iliana Vazquez – District Band Edgar Zarazua – District Band Terrence Ely – District Band Brandon Edmisson – District Band Jesus Garza – District Band

Thompson Intermediate Samantha Green – Symphonic Band Kevin Pham – Symphonic Band Joel Arhelger – Symphonic Band Andrew Tran – Symphonic Band Nick Engle – Symphonic Band Peter Vu – Symphonic Band Rene Escobar – Symphonic Band Tearra Small – Concert Band Alexia Mendez – Concert Band Alex Benitez – Concert Band Eyan Baker – Concert Band Demetri Bellini – Concert Band Tuan Phan – Concert Band Jonathan Jones – Concert Band Michael Beltran – Concert Band

Zack Reyes – Concert Band Kevin Rodriguez – Concert Band Katie Lee – Concert Band Brian Tran – District Band Austin Tran – District Band Lorin Mata – District Band Sean Peace – District Band Zachary Flores – District Band Taylor Surratt – District Band

CONTACT PERSON:

Linda Fletcher

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Student Achievement

STUDENT GROUP:

PISD Intermediate School Orchestras

ACCOMPLISHMEMENT:

2008-2009 Members

LIST OF STUDENTS:

Region

XIX

Intermediate

Beverly Hills Sarah Merrill, Symphony Aaron Lariviere, Symphony Ivette Alba, Symphony Linda Nguyen, Symphony Elizabeth Olmos, Symphony Tracie Phan, Symphony Selena Alvarado, Symphony Michelle Lee, Symphony Ngocque Tran, Symphony Edwardo Rios, Symphony Sidra Naqvi, Symphony Cassidy Peng, Symphony Cristyan Medina, Symphony Christopher Anagbogu, Symphony Cristian Vargas, Symphony Ira Lanza, Symphony Judy Dang, Philharmonic David Fraga, Philharmonic Denny Vu, Philharmonic Jennifer Trinh, Philharmonic Andrea Garcia, Philharmonic Angelica Benavides, Philharmonic Gregorio Villegas, Philharmonic Mary Pham, Philharmonic Kimberly Luu, Philharmonic Cody Bennett, Philharmonic Rachel Rodriguez, Philharmonic Beverly Hlls Band students who made Region Orchestra Venerson Villanueva, Symphony Manuel Reyna, Symphony Christina Tran, Symphony Kayla Dokhani, Philharmonic Mikaela Guevara, Philharmonic Jose Cabreja, Philharmonic Allyson Abrom, Philharmonic Amy Hallaron, Philharmonic

Orchestra

Bondy Jaclyn Hernandez, Symphony Katherine Anderson, Symphony Jonathan Bae, Philharmonic Emily Fair, Philharmonic Rebekah Jones, Philharmonic Randall Moore, Philharmonic Brooke Barker, Philharmonic Bondy Band students who made Region Orchestra Dorothy Burington, Symphony Ryan Summers, Symphony Nelson Rivera, Symphony Luke Burleson, Symphony Abraham Chavez, Symphony Kristina Salazar, Philharmonic Kyle Shores, Philharmonic Noah Weber, Philharmonic

Jackson Laura Moreno – Philharmonic Gerardo Rivera - Philharmonic

Miller Daniel Barreto – Symphony Melanie Martinez - Philharmonic

Park View Nick Holloway, Philharmonic

Queens Pedro Reyes , Symphony Joel Garza, Symphony Efren Aquino, Philharmonic Kassandra Infante, Philharmonic

Southmore Martin Juarez – Symphony Sandra delaCruz – Philharmonic Dakota Duncan – Philharmonic Elizabeth Montero – Philharmonic Carlos Sotelo - Philharmonic

Thompson Leah Weaver – Symphony Audrey Beyer – Symphony Yadira Gonzalez – Philharmonic Angelica Phillips – Philharmonic Angie Arteaga – Philharmonic Zach Fernandez – Philharmonic Mike Ramirez – Philharmonic

Thompson Band students who made Region Orchestra Joel Arhelger – Symphony Samantha Green – Philharmonic Kevin Pham – Philharmonic Peter Vu – Philharmonic Demetri Bellini – Philharmonic Tuan Phan - Philharmonic

Morris Middle School Cristian Delgado, Symphony

CONTACT PERSON:

Linda Fletcher

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Student Achievement

STUDENT GROUP:

PISD Intermediate Choirs

ACCOMPLISHMEMENT:

2008-2009 Region XIX Intermediate Choir Members

LIST OF STUDENTS:

Beverly Hills Deanellys Rivera – Mixed Choir Destiny Lopez – Mixed Choir Amber Nguyen – Mixed Choir Amanda Salazar – Mixed Choir Jacoby Lewis – Mixed Choir Dylan Kitchen – Mixed Choir Scott Marsella – Mixed Choir Sally Nguyen – Treble Choir Emmi Kieu – Treble Choir Cristina Salazar – Treble Choir Yvone Molina – Treble Choir Alma Tristan-Gonzalez – Treble Choir Dessarae Blackwell – Treble Choir Yadira Ruiz – Treble Choir Marcy Higginbotham – Treble Choir Anna Ingalls – Treble Choir

Bondy Jennifer Barosh – Mixed Choir Alexandria Bolton – Mixed Choir Jaclyn Hernandez – Mixed Choir Holly Hinski – Mixed Choir Ariella Martinez – Mixed Choir Kristina Salazar – Mixed Choir Damian Moncada – Mixed Choir Caleb Martin – Mixed Choir

Jackson Kristian Castillo – Mixed Choir Crystal Garcia – Mixed Choir Amber Perry – Treble Choir

Miller Xavier Vasquez – Mixed Choir

Park View Abraham Coronado – Mixed Choir Giovanni Ortiz – Mixed Choir Kassandra Palma – Treble Choir Joy Snyder – Treble Choir Nicole Gonzales – Treble Choir

Queens Gina Collura – Mixed Choir Claro Montememeyor – Mixed Choir Kristina Cervantes – Treble Choir Ivy Cantu – Treble Choir Marissa Collura – Treble Choir

San Jacinto Jonathan Bass – Mixed Choir Marissa Dominguez – Treble Choir Jennifer Perritt – Treble Choir Alexandra Rivera – Treble Choir

South Houston Desiree Ayala – Mixed Choir Kelly Garza – Treble Choir Veronica Tienda – Treble Choir Jacquelin Esparza – Treble Choir

Southmore Jordon Kimble – Mixed Choir Josue Luviano – Mixed Choir

Thompson Alexia Perez – Mixed Choir Athziri Garcia - Mixed Choir Lan Tran- Mixed Choir Denise Ma - Treble Choir Ericka Freeman- Treble Choir

CONTACT PERSON:

Linda Fletcher

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

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Note: This policy addresses discrimination, harassment, and retaliation involving District students. For provisions regarding discrimination, harassment, and retaliation involving District employees, see DIA. For reporting requirements related to child abuse and neglect, see FFG. For provisions regarding bullying, see FFI. STATEMENT OF The District prohibits discrimination, including harassment, against NONDISCRIMINATION any student on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law. The District prohibits dating violence, as defined by this policy. Retaliation against anyone involved in the complaint process is a violation of District policy. DISCRIMINATION

Discrimination against a student is defined as conduct directed at a student on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or on any other basis prohibited by law, that adversely affects the student.

PROHIBITED HARASSMENT

Prohibited harassment of a student is defined as physical, verbal, or nonverbal conduct based on the student’s race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law that is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that the conduct: 1. Affects a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from an educational program or activity, or creates an intimidating, threatening, hostile, or offensive educational environment: 2. Has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with the student’s academic performance; or 3. Otherwise adversely affects the student’s educational opportunities. Prohibited harassment includes dating violence as defined by this policy.

EXAMPLES

Examples of prohibited harassment may include offensive or derogatory language directed at another person’s religious beliefs or practices, accent, skin color, or need for accommodation; threatening or intimidating conduct; offensive jokes, name calling, slurs, or rumors; physical aggression or assault; display of graffiti or printed material promoting racial, ethnic, or other negative stereotypes; or DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 Page 1 of 7 UPDATE 83 FFH (LOCAL)-A

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other kinds of aggressive conduct such as theft or damage to property. SEXUAL HARASSMENT BY AN EMPLOYEE

Sexual harassment of a student by a District employee includes both welcome and unwelcome sexual advances; requests for sexual favors; sexually motivated physical, verbal, or nonverbal conduct; or other conduct or communication of a sexual nature when: 1. A District employee causes the student to believe that the student must submit to the conduct in order to participate in a school program or activity, or that the employee will make an educational decision based on whether or not the student submits to the conduct; or 2. The conduct is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it: a.

Affects the student’s ability to participate in or benefit from an educational program or activity, or otherwise adversely affects the student’s educational opportunities; or

b. Creates an intimidating, threatening, hostile, or abusive educational environment. Romantic or inappropriate social relationships between students and District employees are prohibited. Any sexual relationship between a student and a District employee is always prohibited, even if consensual. BY OTHERS

Sexual harassment of a student, including harassment committed by another student, includes unwelcome sexual advances; requests for sexual favors; or sexually motivated physical, verbal or nonverbal conduct when the conduct is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it: 1. Affects a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from an educational program or activity, or creates an intimidating, threatening, hostile, or offensive educational environment; 2. Has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with the student’s academic performance; or

3. Otherwise adversely affects the student’s educational opportunities. DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 Page 2 of 7 UPDATE 83 FFH (LOCAL)-A

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Examples of sexual harassment of a student may include sexual advances; touching intimate body parts or coercing physical contact that is sexual in nature; jokes or conversations of a sexual nature; and other sexually motivated conduct, communications, or contact. Necessary or permissible physical contact such as assisting a child by taking the child’s hand, comforting a child with a hug, or other physical contact not reasonably construed as sexual in nature is not sexual harassment.

DATING VIOLENCE

Dating violence occurs when one partner in a dating relationship, either past or current, intentionally uses physical, sexual, verbal, or emotional abuse to harm, threaten, intimidate, or control the other partner. Examples of dating violence against a student may include physical or sexual assaults, name-calling, put-downs, threats to hurt the student or the student’s family members or members of the student’s household, destroying property belonging to the student, threats to commit suicide or homicide if the student ends the relationship, attempts to isolate the student from friends and family, stalking, or encouraging others to engage in these behaviors. For purposes of this policy, dating violence is considered prohibited harassment if the conduct is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that the conduct: 1. Affects a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from an educational program or activity, or creates an intimidating, threatening, hostile, or offensive educational environment. 2. Has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with the student’s academic performance; or 3. Otherwise adversely affects the student’s educational opportunities.

OTHER PROHIBITED HARASSMENT

Prohibited harassment of a student is defined as physical, verbal, or nonverbal conduct based on the student’s race, color, gender, national origin, disability, or religion that is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that the conduct:: DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 UPDATE 83 FFH (LOCAL)-A

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1. Affects a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from an educational program or activity, or creates an intimidating, threatening, hostile, or offensive educational environment; 2. Has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with the student’s academic performance; or 3. Otherwise adversely affects the student’s educational opportunities. EXAMPLES

Examples of prohibited harassment may include, but are not limited to, offensive or derogatory language directed at another person’s religious beliefs or practices, accent, skin color, or need for accommodation; threatening or intimidating conduct; offensive jokes, name calling, slurs, or rumors; physical aggression or assault; display of graffiti or printed material promoting racial, ethnic, or other negative stereotypes; or other kinds of aggressive conduct such as theft or damage to property.

RETALIATION

The District prohibits retaliation against a student alleged to have experienced discrimination or harassment, including dating violence, or another student who, in good faith, makes a report, serves as a witness, or otherwise participates in an investigation. A student who intentionally makes a false claim, offers false statements, or refuses to cooperate with a District investigation regarding discrimination or harassment, including dating violence, is subject to appropriate discipline.

EXAMPLES

Examples of retaliation include threats, unjustified punishments, or unwarranted grade reductions. Unlawful retaliation does not include petty slights or annoyances, such as negative comments that are justified by a student’s performance in the classroom.

PROHIBITED CONDUCT

In this policy, the term “prohibited conduct” includes discrimination, harassment, dating violence, and retaliation as defined by this policy, even if the behavior does not rise to the level of unlawful conduct.

REPORTING PROCEDURES

Any student who believes that he or she has experienced prohibited conduct or believe that another student has experienced prohibited conduct should immediately report the alleged acts to a teacher, counselor, principal, or other District employee.

DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 UPDATE 83 FFH (LOCAL)-A

ADOPTED: 09/23/2008

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Alternatively, a student may report prohibited conduct directly to one of the District officials below: DEFINITION OF DISTRICT OFFICIALS TITLE IX COORDINATOR

For the purpose of this policy, District officials are the Title IX coordinator, the Section 504 coordinator, and the Superintendent. Reports of discrimination based on sex, including sexual harassment, may be directed to the Title IX coordinator. The District designates the following person to coordinate its efforts to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended: Name:

Vicki Thomas

Position:

Deputy Superintendent

Address:

1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas 77502

Telephone: (713) 740-0250 SECTION 504 COORDINATOR

Reports of discrimination based on disability may be directed to the ADA/Section 504 coordinator. The District designates the following person to coordinate its efforts to comply with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, which incorporates and expands upon the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Name:

Jeanne Nelson

Position:

Instructional Specialist for Dyslexia, Intervention,& 504

Address:

1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas 77502

Telephone: (713) 740-0067 SUPERINTENDENT

ALTERNATIVE REPORTING PROCEDURES

The Superintendent shall serve as coordinator for purposes of District compliance with all other antidiscrimination laws. A student shall not be required to report prohibited conduct to the person alleged to have committed it. Reports concerning prohibited conduct, including reports against the Title IX coordinator or Section 504 coordinator, may be directed to the Superintendent.

A report against the Superintendent may be made directly to the DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 Page 5 of 7 UPDATE 83 FFH (LOCAL)-A

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Board. If a report is made directly to the Board, the Board shall appoint an appropriate person to conduct an investigation. TIMELY REPORTING

NOTICE OF REPORT

Reports of prohibited conduct shall be made as soon as possible after the alleged act or knowledge of the alleged act. A failure to promptly report alleged harassment may impair the District’s ability to investigate and address the prohibited conduct.

Any District employee who receives notice that a student has or may have experienced prohibited conduct shall immediately notify the appropriate District official listed above and take any other steps required by this policy.

NOTICE TO PARENTS The District official or designee shall promptly notify the parents of any student alleged to have experienced prohibited conduct by a District employee or another adult. INVESTIGATION OF THE REPORT

The District may request, but shall not insist upon, a written report. If a report is made orally, the District official shall reduce the report to written form. Upon receipt or notification of a report, the District official shall determine whether the allegations, if proven, would constitute prohibited conduct as defined by this policy. If so, the District official shall immediately authorize or undertake an investigation, regardless of whether a criminal or regulatory investigation regarding the same or similar allegations is pending. If appropriate, the District shall promptly take interim action calculated to prevent prohibited conduct during the course of an investigation. The investigation may be conducted by the District official or a designee, such as the campus principal, or by a third party designated by the District, such as an attorney. When appropriate, the campus principal shall be involved in or informed of the investigation.

The investigation may consist of personal interviews with the person making the report, the person against whom the report is filed, and others with knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the allegations. The investigation may also include analysis of other DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 Page 6 of 7 UPDATE 83 FFH (LOCAL)-A

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information or documents related to the allegations. CONCLUDING THE INVESTIGATION

Absent extenuating circumstances, the investigation should be completed within ten District business days from the date of the report; however, the investigator shall take additional time if necessary to complete a thorough investigation. The investigator shall prepare a written report of the investigation. The report shall be filed with the District official overseeing the investigation.

DISTRICT ACTION

If the results of an investigation indicate that prohibited conduct occurred, the District shall promptly respond by taking appropriate disciplinary or corrective action reasonably calculated to address the conduct. The District may take action based on the results of an investigation, even if the conduct did not rise to the level of prohibited or unlawful conduct.

CONFIDENTIALITY

To the greatest extent possible, the District shall respect the privacy of the complainant, persons against whom a report is filed, and witnesses. Limited disclosures may be necessary in order to conduct a thorough investigation and comply with applicable law.

APPEAL

A student who is dissatisfied with the outcome of the investigation may appeal through FNG (LOCAL), beginning at the appropriate level. A student shall be informed of his or her right to file a complaint with the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.

RECORDS RETENTION

Retention of records shall be in accordance with FB(LOCAL) and CPC (LOCAL).

ACCESS TO POLICY

Information regarding this policy shall be distributed annually to District employees and included in the student handbook. Copies of the policy shall be readily available at each campus and the District’s administrative offices.

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EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TITLE IX COORDINATOR

SECTION 504 COORDINATOR

The District designates the following employee to coordinate its efforts to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended: Name:

Vicki Thomas

Position:

Deputy Superintendent

Address:

1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, 77502

Telephone:

(713) 740-0250

The District designates the following employee to coordinate its efforts to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended: Name:

Jeanne Nelson

Position:

Section 504 Coordinator

Address:

1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, 77502

Telephone:

(713) 740-0067

SUPERINTENDENT

The Superintendent shall serve as coordinator for purposes of District compliance with all other antidiscrimination laws.

COMPLAINTS

Allegations of unlawful discrimination, prohibited harassment, including sexual harassment, or retaliation shall be made according to FFH (LOCAL).

RECORDS RETENTION

SECTION 504 COMMITTEE

Copies of reports alleging discrimination, prohibited harassment, including sexual harassment, and retaliation; investigation reports; and related records shall be maintained by the District for a period of at least three years. If the person alleged to have experienced discrimination, prohibited harassment or retaliation was a minor, the records shall be maintained until the person reaches the age of 21. The Section 504 Coordinator and members of the Section 504 committee shall receive training in the procedures and requirements for identifying and providing educational and related services to those students who have disabilities, but who are not in need of special education in accordance with the Individuals with

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ADOPTED: 09/23/08

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EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). [See EHBA]

The Section 504 committee shall be composed of at least two persons, including persons knowledgeable about the student, the meaning of the evaluation data, the placement options, and the legal requirements regarding least restrictive environment and comparable facilities for students with disabilities. REFERRALS

A student may be referred by parents, teachers, counselors, administrators, or any other District employees for evaluation to determine if the student has disabilities and is in need of special instruction or services.

PARENTAL CONSENT

The Section 504 coordinator shall notify parents prior to any individual evaluation conducted to determine if their child has disabilities or to determine what educational or related services should be provided to the student. Parental consent shall be obtained before the initial student evaluation procedures for the identification, diagnosis, and prescription of specific education services.

NOTICE TO PARENTS

Parents shall be given written notice of the District’s refusal to evaluate a student or to provide specific aids and services the parents have requested.

PREPLACEMENT EVALUATION

The results of the evaluation shall be considered before any action is taken to place a student with disabilities or make a significant change in placement in an instructional program. The evaluation shall include consideration of adaptive behavior. Adaptive behavior is the effectiveness with which the individual meets the standards of personal independence and social responsibility expected of his or her age and cultural group.

IMPARTIAL HEARING

Parents shall be given written notice of their due process right to an impartial hearing if they have a concern or complaint about the District’s actions regarding the identification, evaluation, or educational placement of a student with disabilities. The impartial hearing shall be conducted by a person who is knowledgeable about the issues involved in Section 504 and who is not employed by the District or related to a member of the Board in a degree that would be prohibited under the nepotism statue [See DBE]. The impartial hearing officer is not required to be an attorney.

STATE-MANDATED

Modifications in taking the state-mandated assessments may be

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made for a Section 504 student when the modifications have been determined not to destroy the validity of the test, are necessary for the student to take the test, are consistent with medications provided the student in the classroom, and are approved by TEA. [See EKB]

DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 UPDATE 83 FB(LOCAL)-A

ADOPTED: 09/23/08

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PASADENA ISD 101917 DEA (LOCAL) COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: SALARIES, WAGES AND STIPENDS The Superintendent shall recommend to the Board for approval compensation plans for all District employees. Compensation plans may include wage and salary structures, stipends, benefits, and incentives. PAY ADMINISTRATION

The Superintendent shall administer the compensation plans consistent with the budget approved by the Board. The Superintendent or designee shall classify each job title within the compensation plans based on the qualifications and duties of the position. Within these classifications, the Superintendent or designee shall determine appropriate pay for new employees and employees reassigned to different positions.

ANNUAL PAY INCREASE

The Superintendent shall recommend to the Board an amount for employee pay increases as part of the annual budget. The Superintendent or designee shall determine annual increases for individual employees, within budgeted amounts.

MID-YEAR PAY INCREASES

A contract employee’s pay shall not be increased after performance on the contract has begun unless there is a change in the employee’s job assignment or duties that warrants additional compensation. Any such changes in pay during the term of the contract shall require Board approval.

CONTRACT EMPLOYEES NONCONTRACT EMPLOYEES

CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIONS

EXEMPT

The Superintendent may grant a pay increase to a noncontract employee after duties have begun only when there is a change in the employee’s job assignment or duties, or when an adjustment in the market value of the job warrants additional compensation. The Superintendent shall report any such pay increases to the Board at the next regular meeting. The Superintendent or designee shall determine the classification of positions or employees as “exempt” or “nonexempt” for purposes of payment of overtime in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

The District shall pay employees who are exempt from the overtime pay requirements of the (FLSA) on a salary basis. The salaries of these employees are intended to cover all hours worked, and the District shall not make deductions that are prohibited under the FLSA. DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 AMENDED: 10/05/83 Page 1 of 6 UPDATE 83 08/24/89 DEA (LOCAL)-X 06/22/93 04/24/01 05/22/01 01/29/04 02/22/05 09/26/06 06/26/07

PASADENA ISD 101917 DEA (LOCAL) COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: SALARIES, WAGES AND STIPENDS

An employee who believes deductions have been made from his or her salary in violation of this policy should bring the matter to the District’s attention, through the District’s complaint policy [See DGBA]. If improper deductions are confirmed, the District will reimburse the employee and take steps to ensure future compliance with the FLSA. The Superintendent or designee may assign noncontractual supplemental duties to personnel exempt under the FLSA, as needed. [See DK (LOCAL)]. The employee shall be compensated for these assignments according to the District’s compensation plans. NONEXEMPT

Nonexempt employees may be compensated on an hourly basis or on a salary basis. Employees who are paid on an hourly basis shall be compensated for all hours worked. Employees who are paid on a salary basis are paid for a 40-hour workweek and do not earn additional pay unless the employee works more than 40 hours. A nonexempt employee shall have the approval of his or her supervisor before working overtime. An employee who works overtime without prior approval is subject to discipline but shall be compensated in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act.

WORKWEEK DEFINED

For purposes of FLSA compliance, the workweek for District employees shall be 12:00 a.m. Monday until 11:59 p.m. Sunday.

COMPENSATORY TIME

At the District’s option, nonexempt employees may receive compensatory time off, rather than overtime pay, for overtime work. The employee shall be informed in advance if overtime hours will accrue compensatory time rather than pay.

ACCRUAL

Compensatory time earned by nonexempt employees may not accrue beyond a maximum of 60 hours. If an employee has a balance of more than 60 hours of overtime, the employee will be required to use compensatory time or, at the District’s option, will receive overtime pay. An employee shall use compensatory time within the duty year in which it is earned. If an employee has any unused compensatory time remaining at the end of a fiscal year, the employee shall receive DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 AMENDED: 10/05/83 Page 2 of 6 UPDATE 83 08/24/89 DEA (LOCAL)-X 06/22/93 04/24/01 05/22/01 01/29/04 02/22/05 09/26/06 06/26/07 USE

PASADENA ISD 101917 DEA (LOCAL) COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: SALARIES, WAGES AND STIPENDS overtime pay. Compensatory time may be used at either the employee’s or the District’s option. An employee may use compensatory time in accordance with the District’s leave policies and if such use does not unduly disrupt the operations of the District. [See DEC (LOCAL)] The District may require an employee to use compensatory time when in the best interest of the District. ANNUALIZED SALARY REQUIRED

The District shall pay all salaried employees over 12 months, regardless of the number of months employed during the school year. A salaried employee shall receive his or her salary in equal monthly or bimonthly payments, beginning with the first pay period of the school year.

EARLY SEPARATION

If a salaried employee separates from service before the last day of instruction, the employee shall receive in his or her final paycheck the unpaid amount the employee has actually earned from the beginning of the 12-month pay period until the date of separation. For purposes of this policy, “separation from service” shall be as defined in IRS regulation 26 CFR1.409A-1 (h). A salaried employee who separates from service on or after the last day of instruction shall be paid as follows: 1. An employee who is retiring under the Texas Teacher Retirement System shall receive in his or her final paycheck the unpaid amount the employee has actually earned from the beginning of the 12-month pay period until the date of separation. If the employee is eligible and elects to continue enrollment in the District’s group health coverage for one or more months of the summer, the employee’s share of premiums shall be withheld from the final paycheck. 2. All other employees shall be paid according to the annualized salary provisions above. {For provisions on continuation of coverage after resignation, see CRD (LEGAL).]

DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 UPDATE 83 DEA (LOCAL)-X

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PASADENA ISD 101917 DEA (LOCAL) COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: SALARIES, WAGES AND STIPENDS OTHER SUPPLEMENTAL PAYMENT/ STIPENDS

The District may establish other supplemental payments (stipends) in its compensation plan for employees who serve in particular positions, i.e., science, mathematics, bilingual/ESL teacher, department heads, academic decathlon sponsor, etc. Such payments shall be made only for as long as the employee performs in that position.

CAMPUS STIPEND SCHEDULES

The Superintendent is authorized to approve campus stipend schedules established by campus principals at the beginning of each school year. These campus stipend schedules shall establish stipends for supplemental duties that are not designated or otherwise provided a stipend by the District’s supplemental duty payment schedule system and for which the principal and the Superintendent determine a stipend should be paid. Campus stipends shall be funded by campus activity funds and shall not exceed $3,000 per person per school year regardless of the number of activities or duties performed unless specifically approved by the Superintendent. [See CFD(LOCAL)]

SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

Noncertified employees reassigned to a position in a lower pay grade prior to May 5, 1993, shall continue to receive the salary of the position to which they were formerly assigned. No additional salary increases shall be granted the employee until the salary in the new pay grade reaches the current salary of the reassigned employee. Noncertified employees who are reassigned after May 5, 1993, to a position designated at a higher or lower pay grade than the position to which they were formerly assigned, shall receive a salary adjustment commensurate with the new assignment.

‘STANDBY’ PAY

“Standby” time refers to a period in which an employee who is categorized as nonexempt under FLSA is not on regular duty but must be available, through a paging device, to immediately respond to emergency calls. Nonexempt personnel on “standby” shall receive a designated amount per hour for time so spent, regardless of position, unless they are called out, in which case they will receive “call out” pay, as set forth below instead of “standby” pay.

Nonexempt personnel who are called out to respond to emergencies or ‘CALL OUT’ PAY DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 AMENDED: 10/05/83 Page 4 of 6 UPDATE 83 08/24/89 DEA (LOCAL)-X 06/22/93 04/24/01 05/22/01 01/29/04 02/22/05 09/26/06 06/26/07

PASADENA ISD 101917 DEA (LOCAL) COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS: SALARIES, WAGES AND STIPENDS to perform other unscheduled work outside of their regular shift while on FOR EMPLOYEES ON “STANDBY’ PAY “standby” shall be compensated for actual “call out” hours worked. Such compensation shall be at the employee’s regular hourly rate of pay unless the employee works in excess of 40 hours in the work week, in which case the employee shall receive overtime pay at the rate of time and one-half of the regular rate for all hours over 40. “Call out” pay shall also be at the overtime rate, regardless of hours worked, in the event the employee is called out on a school holiday, as defined in Board policy, or on a scheduled vacation day. ‘CALL OUT’ PAY FOR EMPLOYEES NOT ON “STANDBY” PAY

All other employees not on “standby pay” who are categorized as nonexempt under the FLSA and who perform “call out” work shall be guaranteed a minimum of three hours “call out” pay at the overtime rate regardless of actual hours worked. An employee shall be deemed to be on “call out” if the employee is off duty and is contacted by the District to report to duty to perform work on an emergency or otherwise unscheduled basis.

HOLIDAY PAY

Holiday Pay Nonexempt employees who are on a 260-day work schedule, will be compensated with time and a half pay for the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

COMPENSATION FOR MILITARY SERVICE

Certified personnel actively engaged in teaching within 12 months immediately preceding induction into the armed forces may qualify for one year of teaching experience for each year of military service, subject to District regulations. Certified personnel who are members of the reserve military forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard, or the Texas State Guard, and who are called to active duty on order of the President of the United States, may receive credit for such active military service for salary increment purposes. Such credit shall be limited to four years, or as otherwise authorized by TEA.

DATE ISSUED: 07/18/2008 ADOPTED: 09/23/2008 UPDATE 83 DEA (LOCAL)-X

AMENDED: 10/05/83 08/24/89 06/22/93 04/24/01 05/22/01 01/29/04 02/22/05 09/26/06 06/26/07

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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:

Don Lazenby John M. Piscacek

November Budget Amendments November 30, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

12 23 51

6000 6000 6000

Instructional Resources & Media School Leadership Plant Maintenance & Operations

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount (1,222)

720 290 212

Transfer budget for various departments and schools where no budget amendment request exceeds $5,000.

DeeAnn Powell Steve Laymon Vicki Thomas

Joyce Eversole Don Lazenby John M. Piscacek

November Budget Amendments November 30, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

3000

Fund Balance

11

6000

Instruction

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

Transfer funds for textbook and instructional materials.

Darla Massey Joyce Eversole

(25,000)

25,000

November Budget Amendments November 30, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

5,000,000

81

6000

Facilities Construction

5,000,000

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Ike insurance reimbursement.

Julian Garcia

Amount

November Budget Amendments November 30, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

23

6000

School Leadership

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Transfer Keller budget as needed.

Diane Hortsman Vicki Thomas

Amount (16,500)

16,500

November Budget Amendments November 30, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

11

6000

Instruction

12

6000

Instructional Resources & Media

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Transfer South Houston High budget as needed.

Julian Garcia

Amount (7,000)

7,000

November Budget Amendments November 30, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

155,300

11 23

6000 6000

Instruction School Leadership

145,000 10,300

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amend budget for Advanced Placement Incentives.

Pat Sermas Joyce Eversole

Amount

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Budget Amendments As of November 30, 2008 Local Maintenance Fund October

November

Adopted

Sept-Oct

Amended

November

Amended

REVENUES

Budget

Amendments

Budget

Amendments

Budget

5700

Local And Intermediate Sources

110,769,330

3,898

110,773,228

5,155,300

115,928,528

5800 5900 7900

State Sources Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

-

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

-

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

TOTAL REVENUES

342,218,290

3,898

342,222,188

5,155,300

347,377,488

228,155,393 6,009,649 4,382,946 3,717,306 26,034,519 11,338,973 154,583 3,872,778 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,466,820 44,920,338 3,742,585 4,589,110 492,918 1,251,929 1,280,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

309,884 12,000 (273,977) 5,425 (2,700) (600) 61,600 3,338 (17,272) 4,940,000 -

228,465,277 6,021,649 4,108,969 3,717,306 26,039,944 11,338,973 154,583 3,870,078 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,466,220 44,981,938 3,745,923 4,571,838 492,918 1,251,929 6,220,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

145,278 7,720 27,090 212 5,000,000 -

228,610,555 6,029,369 4,108,969 3,717,306 26,067,034 11,338,973 154,583 3,870,078 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,466,220 44,982,150 3,745,923 4,571,838 492,918 1,251,929 11,220,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

365,619,324

5,037,698

370,657,022

5,180,300

375,837,322

(23,401,034)

(5,033,800)

(28,434,834)

(25,000)

(28,459,834)

(5,033,800)

25,428,895

(25,000)

25,403,895

EXPENDITURES 11 12 13 21 23 31 32 33 34 35 36 41 51 52 53 61 71 81 95 99 8900

Instruction Instructional Resource & Media Curriculum & Staff Development Instructional Leadership School Leadership Guidance & Counseling Social Work Services Health Services Pupil Transportation Food Service Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring Data Processing Community Services Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Governmental Charges Other Uses

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

53,863,729

3600

Adjusted Undesignated Fund Balance

30,462,695

Fund Balance Budget Amendments Local Maintenance Fund November 30, 2008

Board Agenda

Description

Board Approved

Beginning Fund Balance - Est NA 10/28/08 10/28/08 11/18/08 01/20/09

2008-09 Budgeted Deficit HOSTS Donations Textbooks Hurricane Ike Damages Textbooks Monthly Budget Amendment Report

Amount $ 53,863,729

8/26/2008

(23,401,034)

10/28/08 10/28/08 11/18/08

(8,800) (25,000) (5,000,000) (25,000) $ 25,403,895

December Budget Amendments December 31, 2008 Fund Amended: Function

199

Local Maintenance

Object

Description

13 23

Curriculum Development School Leadership

11

Instruction

Justification:

Contacts:

Amount (399) (1,244)

1,643

Transfer budget for various departments and schools where no budget amendment request exceeds $5,000.

DeeAnn Powell Steve Laymon Vicki Thomas

Joyce Eversole Don Lazenby John M. Piscacek

December Budget Amendments December 31, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

2,526

41

6000

General Administration

2,526

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

Amend budget for Fall Festival revenues and expenses.

Candace Ahlfinger

December Budget Amendments December 31, 2008 Fund Amended:

199

Local Maintenance

Function

Object

00

5700

Local Revenue

732

13

6000

Curriculum Development

732

Justification:

Contacts:

Description

Amount

Amend Budget for reimbursement of CERN Switzerland trip expenses.

Alena Grinstead Joyce Eversole

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monthly Report of Budget Amendments As of December 31, 2008 Local Maintenance Fund November

December

Adopted

Sept-Nov

Amended

December

Amended

REVENUES

Budget

Amendments

Budget

Amendments

Budget

5700

Local And Intermediate Sources

110,769,330

5,159,198

115,928,528

3,258

115,931,786

5800 5900 7900

State Sources Federal Sources Other Revenue Sources

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

-

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

-

229,066,951 2,382,009 -

TOTAL REVENUES

342,218,290

5,159,198

347,377,488

3,258

347,380,746

228,155,393 6,009,649 4,382,946 3,717,306 26,034,519 11,338,973 154,583 3,872,778 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,466,820 44,920,338 3,742,585 4,589,110 492,918 1,251,929 1,280,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

455,162 19,720 (273,977) 32,515 (2,700) (600) 61,812 3,338 (17,272) 9,940,000 -

228,610,555 6,029,369 4,108,969 3,717,306 26,067,034 11,338,973 154,583 3,870,078 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,466,220 44,982,150 3,745,923 4,571,838 492,918 1,251,929 11,220,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

1,643 333 (1,244) 2,526 -

228,612,198 6,029,369 4,109,302 3,717,306 26,065,790 11,338,973 154,583 3,870,078 9,528,430 7,217 5,876,628 8,468,746 44,982,150 3,745,923 4,571,838 492,918 1,251,929 11,220,000 624,000 1,173,202 -

365,619,324

10,217,998

375,837,322

3,258

375,840,580

(23,401,034)

(5,058,800)

(28,459,834)

-

(28,459,834)

(5,058,800)

25,403,895

-

25,403,895

EXPENDITURES 11 12 13 21 23 31 32 33 34 35 36 41 51 52 53 61 71 81 95 99 8900

Instruction Instructional Resource & Media Curriculum & Staff Development Instructional Leadership School Leadership Guidance & Counseling Social Work Services Health Services Pupil Transportation Food Service Co-Curricular Activities General Administration Maintenance & Operations Security / Monitoring Data Processing Community Services Debt Service Facilities Construction Juvenile Justice Other Governmental Charges Other Uses

FUNCTIONAL EXPENDITURES

NET REVENUE OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES

3600

Beginning Undesignated Fund Balance

53,863,729

3600

Adjusted Undesignated Fund Balance

30,462,695

Fund Balance Budget Amendments Local Maintenance Fund December 31, 2008

Board Agenda

Description

Board Approved

Beginning Fund Balance - Est NA 10/28/08 10/28/08 11/18/08 01/20/09

2008-09 Budgeted Deficit HOSTS Donations Textbooks Hurricane Ike Damages Textbooks Monthly Budget Amendment Report

Amount $ 53,863,729

8/26/2008

(23,401,034)

10/28/08 10/28/08 11/18/08

(8,800) (25,000) (5,000,000) (25,000) $ 25,403,895

SUBJECT:

Consider Interlocal Agreement with Brazos Valley Council of Governments

BACKGROUND:

Pasadena Independent School District presently has a number of Interlocal Agreements with various entities, particularly for purchasing various commodities. This agreement with Brazos Valley Council of Governments will further expand our purchasing opportunities and discounts for our campuses and departments. This Interlocal agreement is authorized by Education Code 44.031(d) and Chapter 791 of the Local Government Code.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend approval of the Interlocal Agreement with Brazos Valley Council of Governments as presented.

CONTACT PERSON:

John M. Piscacek Angela Eng

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Consider Approval of Annual Financial Report for 2007-2008 School Year

BACKGROUND:

The District must have its fiscal accounts audited annually at district expense by a Texas certified or public accountant holding a permit from the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy. The annual financial audit shall be completed following the close of each such fiscal year and shall be filed with the Texas Education Agency within 150 days of the close of the fiscal year for which the audit was made.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

The cost of the annual audit is included in the budget.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend Approval of Annual Financial Report for 2007-2008 School Year.

CONTACT PERSON:

John M. Piscacek Anna Winand Don Lazenby

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Annual Investment Policy Review

BACKGROUND:

District policy CDA (Legal) requires that the Board review the district’s investment policy and strategy not less than annually. See attachment for a copy of the district’s current policy.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

That the Board adopt a resolution that it has reviewed the investment policy and strategy.

CONTACT PERSON:

John M. Piscacek Don Lazenby

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

Pasadena ISD 101917 OTHER REVENUES: INVESTMENTS

CDA (LOCAL)

INVESTMENT AUTHORITY

The Superintendent or other person designated by Board resolution shall serve as the investment officer of the District and shall invest District funds as directed by the Board and in accordance with the District's written investment policy and generally accepted accounting procedures. All investment transactions except investment pool funds and mutual funds shall be executed on a delivery versus payment basis.

APPROVED INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

From those investments authorized by law and described further in CDA(LEGAL), the Board shall permit investment of District funds in only the following investment types, consistent with the strategies and maturities defined in this policy: 1. Obligations of, or guaranteed by, governmental entities as permitted by Government Code 2256.009. 2. Certificates of deposit and share certificates as permitted by Government Code 2256.010. 3. Fully collateralized repurchase agreements permitted by Government Code 2256.011. 4. Banker's acceptances as permitted by Government Code 2256.012. 5. Commercial paper as permitted by Government Code 2256.013. 6. No-load money market mutual funds and no-load mutual funds as permitted by Government Code 2256.014. 7. A guaranteed investment contract as an investment vehicle for bond proceeds, provided it meets the criteria and eligibility requirements established by Government Code 2256.015. 8. Public funds investment pools as permitted by Government Code 2256.016.

SAFETY AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

The main goal of the investment program is to ensure its safety and maximize financial returns within current market conditions in accordance with this policy. Investments shall be made in a manner that ensures the preservation of capital in the overall portfolio, and offsets during a 12-month period any market price losses resulting from interest-rate fluctuations by income received from the balance of the portfolio. No individual investment transaction shall be undertaken that jeopardizes the total capital position of the overall portfolio.

LIQUIDITY AND MATURITY

Assets of the District shall be invested by matching the maturity of investment instruments selected as they correspond to the cash flow requirements of the particular fund for which they are invested. Such investments are subject to any legal limits. This strategy maintains a "buy to hold" investment philosophy that gives the District the ability to sell before maturity if the move is in the interest of the preservation of the portfolio integrity and capital directive. The District's investment portfolio shall have sufficient liquidity to meet anticipated cash flow requirements.

DIVERSITY

The investment portfolio shall be diversified in terms of investment instruments, maturity scheduling, and financial institutions to reduce risk of loss resulting from over concentration of assets in a specific class of investments, specific maturity, or specific issuer.

MONITORING The investment officer shall monitor the investment portfolio and shall keep the MARKET PRICES Board informed of significant declines in the market value of the District's investment portfolio. Information sources may include financial/investment publications and electronic media, available software for tracking investments, depository banks, commercial or investment banks, financial advisors, and representatives/advisors of investment pools or money market funds. Monitoring shall be done monthly or more often as economic conditions warrant by using appropriate reports, indices, or benchmarks for the type of investment. FUNDS / STRATEGIES

Investments of the following fund categories shall be consistent with this policy and in accordance with the strategy defined below.

OPERATING FUNDS

Investment strategies for operating funds (including any comingled pools containing operating funds) shall have as their primary objectives safety, investment liquidity, and maturity sufficient to meet anticipated cash flow requirements.

AGENCY FUNDS

Investment strategies for agency funds shall have as their objectives safety, investment liquidity, and maturity sufficient to meet anticipated cash flow requirements.

DEBT SERVICE FUNDS

Investment strategies for debt service funds shall have as their objective sufficient investment liquidity to timely meet debt service payment obligations in accordance with provisions in the bond documents. Maturities longer than one year are authorized provided legal limits are not exceeded.

CAPITAL PROJECTS

Investment strategies for capital project funds shall have as their objective sufficient investment liquidity to timely meet capital project obligations. Maturities longer than one year are authorized provided legal limits are not exceeded.

SAFEKEEPING AND CUSTODY

The District shall retain clearly marked receipts providing proof of the District's ownership. The District may delegate, however, to an investment pool the authority to hold legal title as custodian of investments purchased with District funds by the investment pool.

BROKERS /

Prior to handling investments on behalf of the District, brokers/dealers must

DEALERS

submit required written documents in accordance with law. [See SELLERS OF INVESTMENTS, CDA(LEGAL)] Representatives of brokers/dealers shall be registered with the Texas State Securities Board and must have membership in the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), and be in good standing with the National Association of Securities Dealers.

INVESTMENT CONSULTANT

The investment officer may utilize the services of an independent investment portfolio consultant. The consultant would review the District's portfolio and make investment recommendations consistent with Board policy. As an objective third party, the consultant shall not recommend any investment that may cause an inherent conflict of interest, i.e., commission fee business, or where the consultant has any financial interest in the investment.

SOLICITING BIDS In order to get the best return on its investments, the District may solicit bids for FOR CD'S certificates of deposit in writing, by telephone, or electronically, or by a combination of these methods. INTERNAL CONTROLS

A system of internal controls shall be established and documented in writing and must include specific procedures designating who has authority to withdraw funds. Also, they shall be designed to protect against losses of public funds arising from fraud, employee error, misrepresentation by third parties, unanticipated changes in financial markets, or imprudent actions by employees and officers of the District. Controls deemed most important shall include: 1. Separation of transaction authority from accounting and recordkeeping and electronic transfer of funds. 2. Avoidance of collusion. 3. Custodial safekeeping. 4. Clear delegation of authority. 5. Written confirmation of telephone transactions. 6. Documentation of dealer questionnaires, quotations and bids, evaluations, transactions, and rationale. 7. Avoidance of bearer-form securities. These controls shall be reviewed by the District's independent auditing firm.

PORTFOLIO REPORT

In addition to the quarterly report required by law and signed by the District's investment officer, a comprehensive report on the investment program and investment activity shall be presented annually to the Board. This report shall include a performance evaluation that may include, but not be limited to, comparisons to 91-day U.S. Treasury Bills, six-month U.S. Treasury Bills, the Fed Fund rate, the Lehman bond index, and rates from investment pools. The annual report shall include a review of the activities and total yield for the preceding 12 months, suggest policies, strategies, and improvements that might enhance the investment program, and propose an investment plan for the ensuing year.

DATE ISSUED: 03/01/2004 LDU-09-04 CDA(LOCAL)-X

Pasadena ISD 101917 OTHER REVENUES: INVESTMENTS

CDA (LEGAL)

All investments made by the District shall comply with the Public Funds Investment Act (Texas Government Code Chapter 2256, Subchapter A) and all federal, state, and local statutes, rules or regulations. Gov't Code 2256.026 WRITTEN POLICIES

Investments shall be made in accordance with written policies approved by the Board. The investment policies must primarily emphasize safety of principal and liquidity and must address investment diversification, yield, and maturity and the quality and capability of investment management. The policies must include: 1. A list of the types of authorized investments in which the District's funds may be invested; 2. The maximum allowable stated maturity of any individual investment owned by the District; 3. For pooled fund groups, the maximum dollar-weighted average maturity allowed based on the stated maturity date of the portfolio; 4. Methods to monitor the market price of investments acquired with public funds; and 5. A requirement for settlement of all transactions, except investment pool funds and mutual funds, on a delivery versus payment basis. Gov't Code 2256.005(b)

ANNUAL REVIEW

The investment policy and the investment strategy shall be reviewed not less than annually. The Board shall adopt a written instrument stating that it has reviewed the investment policy and investment strategies and that the written instrument so adopted shall record any changes made to either the investment policy or investment strategies. Gov't Code 2256.005(e)

ANNUAL AUDIT

The Board shall perform a compliance audit of management controls on investments and adherence to the Board's established investment policies. The compliance audit shall be performed in conjunction with the annual financial audit. Gov't Code 2256.005(m)

INVESTMENT STRATEGIES

As part of the investment policy, the Board shall adopt a separate written investment strategy for each of the funds or group of funds under the Board's control. Each investment strategy must describe the investment objectives for the particular fund under the following priorities in order of importance:

1. Understanding of the suitability of the investment to the financial requirements of the Board; 2. Preservation and safety of principal; 3. Liquidity; 4. Marketability of the investment if the investment needs to be liquidated before maturity; 5. Diversification of the investment portfolio; and 6. Yield. Gov't Code 2256.005(d) INVESTMENT OFFICER

The Board shall designate one or more officers or employees as investment officer(s) to be responsible for the investment of its funds. If the Board has contracted with another investing entity to invest its funds, the investment officer of the other investing entity is considered to be the investment officer of the contracting Board's District. In the administration of the duties of an investment officer, the person designated as investment officer shall exercise the judgment and care, under prevailing circumstances that a prudent person would exercise in the management of the person's own affairs, but the Board retains the ultimate responsibility as fiduciaries of the assets of the District. Unless authorized by law, a person may not deposit, withdraw, transfer, or manage in any other manner the funds of the investing entity. Authority granted to a person to invest an entity's funds is effective until rescinded by the Board or until termination of the person's employment by the District. Gov't Code 2256.005(f) A District or investment officer may use the District's employees or the services of a contractor of the District to aid the investment officer in the execution of the officer's duties under Government Code, Chapter 2256. Gov't Code 2256.003(c)

INVESTMENT TRAINING INITIAL

Within 12 months after taking office or assuming duties, the treasurer or chief financial officer and the investment officer of the District shall attend at least one training session from an independent source approved either by the Board or by a designated investment committee advising the investment officer. This initial training must contain at least ten hours of instruction relating to their respective responsibilities under the Public Funds Investment Act. Gov't Code 2256.008(a)

WITHIN A TWO-YEAR PERIOD

The treasurer or chief financial officer and the investment officer must also attend an investment training session not less than once in a two-year period and receive not less than ten hours of instruction relating to investment responsibilities under the Public Funds Investment Act from an independent source approved by the Board or a designated investment committee advising the investment officer. If the District has contracted with another investing entity to invest the District's funds, this training requirement may be satisfied by having a Board officer attend

four hours of appropriate instruction in a two-year period. Gov't Code 2256.008(a), (b) Investment training shall include education in investment controls, security risks, strategy risks, market risks, diversification of investment portfolio, and compliance with the Government Code, Chapter 2256. Gov't Code 2256.008(c) STANDARD OF Investments shall be made with judgment and care, under prevailing circumstances that a person of prudence, discretion, and intelligence would CARE exercise in the management of his or her own affairs, not for speculation, but for investment, considering the probable safety of capital and the probable income to be derived. Investments shall be governed by the following objectives in order of priority: 1. Preservation and safety of principal; 2. Liquidity; and 3. Yield. In determining whether an investment officer has exercised prudence with respect to an investment decision, the following shall be taken into consideration: 1. The investment of all funds, rather than the prudence of a single investment, over which the officer had responsibility. 2. Whether the investment decision was consistent with the Board's written investment policy. Gov't Code 2256.006 PERSONAL INTEREST

A District investment officer who has a personal business relationship with a business organization offering to engage in an investment transaction with the District shall file a statement disclosing that personal business interest. An investment officer who is related within the second degree by affinity or consanguinity, as determined by Government Code Chapter 573, to an individual seeking to sell an investment to the District shall file a statement disclosing that relationship with the Board and with the Texas Ethics Commission. For purposes of this policy, an investment officer has a personal business relationship with a business organization if: 1. The investment officer owns ten percent or more of the voting stock or shares of the business organization or owns $5,000 or more of the fair market value of the business organization; 2. Funds received by the investment officer from the business organization exceed ten percent of the investment officer's gross income for the previous year; or 3. The investment officer has acquired from the business organization during the previous year investments with a book value of $2,500 or more for the personal account of the investment officer.

Gov't Code 2256.005(i) QUARTERLY Not less than quarterly, the investment officer shall prepare and submit to the Board a written report of investment transactions for all funds covered by the REPORTS Public Funds Investment Act. This report shall be presented to the Board and the Superintendent not less than quarterly, within a reasonable time after the end of the period. The report must: 1. Contain a detailed description of the investment position of the District on the date of the report; 2. Be prepared jointly and signed by all District investment officers. 3. Contain a summary statement for each pooled fund group (i.e., each internally created fund in which one or more accounts are combined for investing purposes). The report must be prepared in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and must state: a. Beginning market value for the reporting period; b. Additions and changes to the market value during the period; c. Ending market value for the period; and d. Fully accrued interest for the reporting period. 4. State the book value and market value of each separately invested asset at the beginning and end of the reporting period by the type of asset and fund type invested. 5. State the maturity date of each separately invested asset that has a maturity date. 6. State the account or fund or pooled group fund in the District for which each individual investment was acquired. 7. State the compliance of the investment portfolio of the District as it relates to the District's investment strategy expressed in the District's investment policy and relevant provisions of Government Code, Chapter 2256. If the District invests in other than money market mutual funds, investment pools or accounts offered by its depository bank in the form of certificates of deposit, or money market accounts or similar accounts, the reports shall be formally reviewed at least annually by an independent auditor, and the result of the review shall be reported to the Board by that auditor. Gov't Code 2256.023 SELECTION OF BROKER

The Board or a designated investment committee, shall, at least annually, review, revise, and adopt a list of qualified brokers that are authorized to engage in investment transactions with the District. Gov't Code 2256.025

AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS

The Board may purchase, sell, and invest its funds and funds under its control in investments described below, in compliance with its adopted investment policies and according to the standard of care set out in this policy. Investments may be made directly by the Board or by a nonprofit corporation acting on behalf of the Board or an investment pool acting on behalf of two or more local governments, state agencies, or a combination of the two. Gov't Code 2256.003(a) In the exercise of these powers, the Board may contract with an investment management firm registered under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. Section 80b-1 et seq.) or with the State Securities Board to provide for the investment and management of its public funds or other funds under its control. A contract made for such purpose may not be for a term longer than two years. A renewal or extension of the contract must be made by the Board by order, ordinance, or resolution. Gov't Code 2256.003(b) The following investments are authorized: 1. Obligations, including letters of credit, of the United States or its agencies and instrumentalities; direct obligations of the state of Texas or its agencies and instrumentalities; collateralized mortgage obligations directly issued by a federal agency or instrumentality of the United States, the underlying security for which is guaranteed by an agency or instrumentality of the United States; other obligations, the principal and interest of which are unconditionally guaranteed or insured by, or backed by the full faith and credit of, the state of Texas, the United States, or their respective agencies and instrumentalities; obligations of states, agencies, counties, cities, and other political subdivisions of any state rated as to investment quality by a nationally recognized investment rating firm not less than A or its equivalent; and bonds issued, assumed, or guaranteed by the state of Israel. Gov't Code 2256.009(a) The following investments are not authorized: a. Obligations whose payment represents the coupon payments on the outstanding principal balance of the underlying mortgage-backed security collateral and pays no principal. b. Obligations whose payment represents the principal stream of cash flow from the underlying mortgage-backed security collateral and bears no interest. c. Collateralized mortgage obligations that have a stated final maturity date of greater than ten years. d. Collateralized mortgage obligations the interest rate of which is determined by an index that adjusts opposite to the changes in a market index. Gov't Code 2256.009(b) 2. Certificates of deposit or share certificates issued by a depository

institution that has its main office or a branch office in Texas that is guaranteed or insured by the FDIC or its successor or the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund or its successor and is secured by obligations described in item 1 above, including mortgage-backed securities directly issued by a federal agency or instrumentality that have a market value of not less than the principal amount of the certificates (but excluding those mortgage-backed securities described in Section 2256.009[b]) or secured in any other manner and amount provided by law for the deposits of the investing entity. Gov't Code 2256.010(a) In addition to the authority to invest funds in certificates of deposit under the previous section, an investment in certificates of deposit made in accordance with the following conditions is an authorized investment under Government Code 2256.010: a. The funds are invested by the District through a depository institution that has its main office or a branch office in this state and that is selected by the District; b. The depository institution selected by the District arranges for the deposit of the funds in certificates of deposit in one or more federally insured depository institutions, wherever located, for the account of the District; c. The full amount of the principal and accrued interest of each of the certificates of deposit is insured by the United States or an instrumentality of the United States; d. The depository institution selected by the District acts as custodian for the District with respect to the certificates of deposit issued for the account of the District entity; and e. At the same time that the funds are deposited and the certificates of deposit are issued for the account of the District, the depository institution selected by the District receives an amount of deposits from customers of other federally insured depository institutions, wherever located, that is equal to or greater than the amount of the funds invested by the District through the depository institution. Gov't Code 2256.010(b) The investment policies may provide that bids for certificates of deposit be solicited orally, in writing, electronically, or in any combination of those methods. Gov't Code 2256.005(c) 3. Fully collateralized repurchase agreements that have a defined termination date, are secured by obligations of the United States or its agencies and instrumentalities, are pledged to the District, held in the District's name, and deposited with the District or a third party selected and approved by the Board, and placed through a primary government securities dealer, as

defined by the Federal Reserve or a financial institution doing business in Texas. The term of any reverse security repurchase agreement may not exceed 90 days after the date the reverse security repurchase agreement is delivered. Money received by the District under the terms of a reverse security repurchase agreement shall be used to acquire additional authorized investments, but the term of the authorized investments acquired must mature not later than the expiration date stated in the reverse security repurchase agreement. Gov't Code 2256.011 4. A securities lending program if: a. The value of securities loaned is not less than 100 percent collateralized, including accrued income, and the loan allows for termination at any time; b. The loan is secured by: 1. Pledged securities described by Government Code 2256.009; 2. Pledged irrevocable letters of credit issued by a bank that is organized and existing under the laws of the United States or any other state and continuously rated by at least one nationally recognized investment rating firm at not less than A or its equivalent; or 3. Cash invested in accordance with Government Code 2256.009, 2256.013, 2256.014, or 2256.016; c. The terms of the loan require that the securities being held as collateral be pledged to the investing entity, held in the investing entity's name, and deposited at the time the investment is made with the entity or with a third party selected by or approved by the investing entity; and d. The loan is placed through a primary government securities dealer or a financial institution doing business in this state. An agreement to lend securities under a securities lending program must have a term of one year or less. Gov't Code 2256.0115 5. Banker's acceptance, with a stated maturity of 270 days or fewer from the date of issuance that will be liquidated in full at maturity, which is eligible for collateral for borrowing from a Federal Reserve Bank, and is accepted by a bank meeting the requirements of Government Code 2256.012(4). Gov't Code 2256.012 6. Commercial paper that has a stated maturity of 270 days or fewer from the

date of issuance and is rated not less than A-1 or P-1 or an equivalent rating by at least two nationally recognized credit rating agencies or by one nationally recognized credit rating agency provided the commercial paper is fully secured by an irrevocable letter of credit issued by a bank organized and existing under U.S. law or the law of any state. Gov't Code 2256.013 7. No-load money market mutual funds that: a. Are registered with and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission; b. Provide the District with a prospectus and other information required by the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78a et seq.) or the Investment Company Act of 1940 (15 U.S.C. 80a-1 et seq.); c. Have a dollar-weighted average stated maturity of 90 days or fewer; and d. Include in their investment objectives the maintenance of a stable net asset value of $1 for each share. However, investments in no-load money market mutual funds shall be limited to the percentages authorized by Government Code 2256.014(c). 8. No-load mutual funds that: a. Are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission; b. Have an average weighted maturity of less than two years; c. Are invested exclusively in obligations approved by Government Code Chapter 2256, Subchapter A, regarding authorized investments (Public Funds Investment Act); d. Are continuously rated by at least one nationally recognized investment rating firm of not less than AAA or its equivalent; and e. Conform to the requirements in Government Code Section 2256.016(b) and (c) relating to the eligibility of investment pools to receive and invest funds of investing entities. Investments in no-load mutual funds shall be limited to the percentages authorized by Government Code 2256.014(c). In addition, the District may not invest any portion of bond proceeds, reserves, and funds held for debt service, in no-load mutual funds described in this item. Gov't Code 2256.014 9. A guaranteed investment contract, as an investment vehicle for bond

proceeds, if the guaranteed investment contract: a. Has a defined termination date. b. Is secured by obligations described by Government Code Section 2256.009(a)(1), excluding those obligations described by Section 2256.009(b), in an amount at least equal to the amount of bond proceeds invested under the contract. c. Is pledged to the District and deposited with the District or with a third party selected and approved by the District. Bond proceeds, other than bond proceeds representing reserves and funds maintained for debt service purposes, may not be invested in a guaranteed investment contract with a term longer than five years from the date of issuance of the bonds. To be eligible as an authorized investment: d. The Board must specifically authorize guaranteed investment contracts as eligible investments in the order, ordinance, or resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds. e. The District must receive bids from at least three separate providers with no material financial interest in the bonds from which proceeds were received. f. The District must purchase the highest yielding guaranteed investment contract for which a qualifying bid is received. g. The price of the guaranteed investment contract must take into account the reasonably expected drawdown schedule for the bond proceeds to be invested. h. The provider must certify the administrative costs reasonably expected to be paid to third parties in connection with the guaranteed investment contract. Gov't Code 2256.015 10. A public funds investment pool meeting the requirements of Government Code 2256.016 and 2256.019, if the Board authorizes the investment in the particular pool by resolution. Gov't Code 2256.016, 2256.019 CHANGE IN LAW SELLERS OF INVESTMENTS

The District is not required to liquidate investments that were authorized investments at the time of purchase. Gov't Code 2256.017 A written copy of the investment policy shall be presented to any person offering to engage in an investment transaction with an investing entity or to an investment management firm under contract with an investing entity to invest or manage the entity's investment portfolio. For purposes of this policy, a business organization

includes investment pools and an investment management firm under contract with an investing entity to invest or manage the entity's investment portfolio. The qualified representative of the business organization offering to engage in an investment transaction with the District shall execute a written instrument in a form acceptable to the District and the business organization substantially to the effect that the business organization has: 1. Received and thoroughly reviewed the District investment policy; and 2. Has acknowledged that the business organization has implemented reasonable procedures and controls in an effort to preclude investment transactions conducted between the District and the organization that are not authorized by the District's policy, except to the extent that this authorization is dependent on an analysis of the makeup of the entity's entire portfolio or requires an interpretation of subjective investment standards. The investment officer may not acquire or otherwise obtain any authorized investment described in the District's investment policy from a person who has not delivered to the District the instrument described above. Gov't Code 2256.005 DONATIONS

A gift, devise, or bequest made to provide college scholarships for District graduates may be invested by the Board as provided in Property Code 117.004, unless otherwise specifically provided by the terms of the gift, devise, or bequest. Education Code 45.107 Investments donated to the District for a particular purpose or under terms of use specified by the donor are not subject to the requirements of Government Code Chapter 2256, Subchapter A. Gov't Code 2256.004(b)

ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER

The District may use electronic means to transfer or invest all funds collected or controlled by the District. Gov't Code 2256.051

DATE ISSUED: 08/16/2005 UPDATE 76 CDA(LEGAL)-P

Annual Investment Report Resolution WHEREAS, it is the intent of the Pasadena Independent School District to conduct the annual review of its investment policy and strategies, and WHEREAS, the mandate for this requirement is authorized under Section 2256.005, Government Code, and WHEREAS, the report has been prepared by the District investment officers, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Pasadena Independent School District Board of Trustees has reviewed the investment policy and strategies, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Pasadena Independent School District Board of Trustees approves the investment policy and strategies with the following changes: None

____________________________________ President, Board of Trustees ____________________________________ Date ____________________________________ Secretary, Board of Trustees ____________________________________ Date

SUBJECT:

Approval of Investment Broker/Dealer

BACKGROUND:

District policy CDA (Legal) requires that annually the Board review and approves qualified brokers that are authorized to engage in investment transactions with the district.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

That the Board approve Merrill Lynch, Coastal Securities, Salomon Smith Barney Inc., Morgan Stanley DW, First Public (Lone Star), Federated Investors (Texpool), Texas Citizens Bank and Bank of America as authorized brokers for investment transactions.

CONTACT PERSON:

John M. Piscacek Don Lazenby

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Approval of Change Order No. 10 for BP10, Shaw Middle School project.

BACKGROUND:

The following is a summary of the required changes: Change Order No. 10 – BP10 Shaw MS: CPR#046 Credit to demo natatorium: Total Change Order No. 10 – ICI Construction:

($107,200) ($107,200)

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Funding is provided under the 2004 Bond Program for the BP10 project.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve Change Order No. 10 for the BP10 project in the credit amount of ($107,200).

CONTACT PERSONS:

Julian Garcia Terry Page George Lloyd

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Approval of Technology Additional Services for BP24, De Zavala Middle School project.

BACKGROUND:

The following is a summary of services required: BP24 De Zavala Middle School Addition: Addendum for Additional Services: EduCOM Consulting Group:

$9,476 $9,476

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Funding is provided under the 2004 Bond Program for the BP24 project.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve Technology Additional Services for the BP24 De Zavala Middle School project in the amount of $9,476.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Julian Garcia Terry Page George Lloyd

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Approval of control cabling of portable classrooms for programmable thermostats.

BACKGROUND:

Currently, the thermostats of portable classrooms are individually controlled. In order to give the district the ability to regulate the temperature in these buildings and keep them in compliance with the district policy, we are installing thermostats that will be controlled through the maintenance department similar to the regular classrooms in a school. Each school will cost approximately $3,000. Frazier Elementary and Sam Rayburn High Schools will be the first installation with other campuses to follow as funds will allow. Certified contractors approved by Purchasing will be utilized for the cabling installation.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Funding will be provided by the CenterPoint rebates.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve control cabling for the portables at Frazier Elementary and Sam Rayburn High Schools for a cost not to exceed $6,000.

CONTACT PERSONS:

Tom Swan Julian Garcia

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Approval of an Interlocal Agreement between the Pasadena Independent School District and Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services to provide certain assets and facilities during a public health emergency.

BACKGROUND:

In accordance with the National Response Framework, entities are entering into interlocal agreements to provide more efficient response in the case of emergency.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

None

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve and enter into the Interlocal Agreement with Harris County Public Health and Environment Services.

CONTACT PERSON:

Kirk Lewis

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

SUBJECT:

Discussion of advertising on district buses.

BACKGROUND:

Because of continued financial difficulties placed on the district by current state funding procedures, the district is examining new ways of gaining revenue.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

No outlay of funds will be required.

RECOMMENDATION:

We recommend that the Board of Trustees approve exploring possible revenues using bus advertising.

CONTACT PERSON:

Kirk Lewis Candace Ahlfinger

BOARD MEETING DATE:

January 20, 2009

COMMUNICATIONS:

BOARD MEETING DATE: January 20, 2009

To: Kirk Lewis, Superintendent From: Jonathan Dow Subject: Cindy Owens/DeZavala Asst. Principal Mr. Lewis, At the risk of possibly embarrassing her, I wanted to let you know how well Cindy Owens works with the Transportation Department. Whenever I need her to help me with a discipline issue on one of the buses, or when I need to converse with her about a Bus Drivers’ concern, she is ALWAYS there to listen and to HELP. I feel that she always has the students’ best interests at heart. Consequently, with her positive attitude, the students have a safer ride to and from school because discipline issues are professionally handled. Mrs. Owens, at the drop of a hat, will ride with any of our Drivers that may need the extra support. At times, she has met me at an Apt. complex off of Richey to find out who was pelting our Driver with eggs. I wanted to let you know that this employee is MORE THAN willing to help out, regardless of the situation. She never makes me feel that any of the problems that may exist on one of our buses is minor, or unimportant. I am very proud to be a part of this School District, especially when you see the positive influence that this person has towards her students. These students really do “shine” in her “light”. What a great thing to see when a student connects with their Teacher/Administrator. She has that gift. I hope that I have not overstepped my boundaries by writing this, and I certainly don’t want her to think that as well, but I thought you should know. We have a great deal of excellence in our District, and we are blessed. She truly is part of that blessing.

To: PISD Police Dept. From: Shelley Fuller Director Community Center and Senior Center Subject: Toy Donation

Dear Police Officers and Staff: What a year 2008 was. I do not know about you all but I am ready for 2009 to come and be a lot less stressful on everyone. With the Hurricane and the economy being the way it was definitely made a difference in our programs. We saw a lot more need out in the community and less money to work with. I cannot begin to tell you how much of a difference your donation of toys made to our community. We had over 800 children attend our Christmas in the Park held on December 20th. You all donated well over 200 toys for that event. I did not know how I was going to make this event be successful this year with the economy so I made a phone call to Genia Ripley in your Chiefs office. She was absolutely lovely and got on it right away. I talked with Officer David Garza as well as many of your other officers throughout the delivery process. They were nothing but professional, generous and kind. I wish you could of seen the smiles on these children’s faces throughout the day. We also had moonwalks, face painting, clowns, and live music. They did not leave hungry either because we fed each kid pizza, cookies and soda. What a beautiful experience it was. As we begin a New Year may it be one filled with good health and happiness to each of you. I want to encourage each of you to come to any of our events so you will know where your efforts go. It was a pleasure to work with such a fine group. God Bless! Sincerely,

JOINT ELECTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE CITY OF SOUTH HOUSTON I. SCOPE OF AGREEMENT This Joint Election Agreement ("Agreement") is made this __ day of January, 2009 by and between the Pasadena Independent School District ("Pasadena ISD" or "District") and the City of South Houston ("City"), collectively hereinafter referred to as the Entities, acting by and through their duly appointed and qualified representatives, pursuant to Chapter 271 of the Texas Election Code, for a joint election on the May uniform election date. II. RECITALS Whereas, Pasadena ISD plans to hold a Board of Trustees Election on the May uniform election date for the purpose of electing trustees; Whereas, the City plans to hold a City Council Election on the May uniform date for the purpose of electing city council members; Whereas, Chapter 271 of the Texas Election Code authorizes the governing bodies of political subdivisions to enter into an agreement to hold joint elections in election precincts that can be served by common polling places; Whereas, Pasadena ISD and the City will hold elections on the same day, serve voters within the same boundaries, and it would be to the benefit of Pasadena ISD, the City, and the citizens and voters thereof to hold a joint election; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants, agreements, and benefits to the parties, IT IS AGREED that a joint election will be held by Pasadena ISD and the City of South Houston under the following terms and conditions: III. ADMINISTRATION The purpose of this Agreement is to establish the procedures and the division of responsibilities and costs for the Joint Election. Pasadena ISD and the City agree to hold a "Joint Election" in accordance with Chapter 271 of the Texas Election Code and this Agreement. Each Entity agrees to appoint a Chief Election Official who shall coordinate, supervise, and handle all aspects of administering the Joint Election as provided in this Agreement. Although the Entities may share election responsibilities, judges, clerks and other election workers as part of the Joint Election covered by this Agreement, each Entity shall remain responsible for the lawful conduct of its election. The Entities acknowledge and agree that any election duty related to the lawful conduct of an election not expressly provided for in this Agreement is retained by each Entity. Responsibilities retained by each Entity include, but

are not limited to, receipt of applications for a position on the ballot, ballot position drawings, correspondence with candidates concerning ballot applications and/or candidate unopposed status, campaign finance reporting, and posting and publication of required election notices. IV. LEGAL DOCUMENTS Pasadena ISD and the City each shall be responsible for the preparation, adoption, posting and publication of all required election orders, resolutions, and notices required by the Texas Election Code and/or their governing bodies, charters, or ordinances. Preparation of the necessary materials for notices and official ballot language shall be the responsibility of each Entity, including translation to languages other than English. The Entities, in consultation with their respective attorneys, shall make a joint submission, if required, to the United States Department of Justice for preclearance of their joint election procedures, pursuant to the Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended. The submission, if required, shall be filed by Pasadena ISD's attorneys. V. VOTING LOCATIONS Pasadena ISD and the City agree to hold joint election-day voting in Harris County election precincts which can be served by the following common polling places: South Houston High School 3820 South Shaver South Houston, Texas 77587 (Harris County Election Precinct 93)

South Houston Municipal Court Building 1019 Dallas South Houston, Texas 77587 (Harris County Election Precincts 29, 134, 211, 257, 275, 280, 308, 329, 762, 763, 849)

In the event these voting locations are not available, the Entities agree to cooperate in jointly arranging for an alternate location. Additionally, if a polling place for the Joint Election is different from the polling place(s) used by an Entity in its most recent election, the Entity agrees to post a notice no later than the day before election day at the entrance to the Entity's previous polling place(s) stating that the polling location(s) has changed and stating the polling place name(s) and address(es) in effect for the Joint Election. VI. ELECTION JUDGES, CLERKS, AND OTHER ELECTION PERSONNEL The Entities agree to assist in recruiting a sufficient number of polling place officials who are bilingual (fluent in English and Spanish or Vietnamese).

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The City shall be responsible for appointing and supervising qualified election personnel for the South Houston High School and the South Houston Municipal Court Building electionday polling locations and for the South Houston City Hall early voting location. The District shall be responsible for appointing and supervising qualified election personnel at the Dobie High School, Pasadena High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Sam Rayburn High School and South Houston High School early voting locations. This responsibility includes the appointment of qualified election judges (including emergency appointments), as well as notifying election judges of their appointment, the length of their appointment, and the names and addresses of any other judges appointed for the joint election. This responsibility additionally includes registering each Entity's appointed judges for training with Harris County and notifying the judges of the time and location of training and distribution of election supplies. Pasadena ISD shall pay the fees assessed by Harris County for the training attended by each Entity's judges. Pay rates for election workers shall be as follows: $12.00 per hour for all election judges, $11.00 per hour for all alternate judges and $10.00 per hour for all election clerks and other appointed personnel. All joint polling place election workers shall receive these standardized rates of pay. The Entities agree to share election-day election worker costs at South Houston High School and South Houston Municipal Court Building and to share early voting election worker costs at South Houston City Hall, with the City's responsibility being limited to $3.75 per hour for election judges and $3.50 per hour for alternate judges and clerks. The remainder of the standardized hourly rate shall be borne by Pasadena ISD. Pasadena ISD additionally shall be solely responsible for early voting election worker costs at the Dobie High School, Pasadena High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Sam Rayburn High School and South Houston High School early voting locations. VII. PREPARATION OF SUPPLIES AND VOTING EQUIPMENT The Entities agree to use Harris County e-slate and tabulation equipment and Hart election supplies for the polling locations and central counting station covered by this Agreement. Pasadena ISD shall arrange for and order all Harris County e-Slate and tabulation equipment and Hart election supplies (i.e. combination forms, election kits, etc.) and shall arrange delivery of the equipment and supplies to all polling places covered by this Agreement, including the central counting station. The City shall be responsible for purchasing and distributing all other office supplies (i.e. pens, tape, etc.) to the election judges at the South Houston High School and South Houston Municipal Court election-day polling locations as well as the early voting clerk at South Houston City Hall. The District shall be responsible for purchasing and delivering same to the early voting election personnel at Dobie High School, Pasadena High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Sam Rayburn High School and South Houston High School. The Entities shall coordinate their plans for furnishing office supplies so that election-day and early voting locations have the same supplies. The City shall be responsible for purchasing and delivering all forms, maps, signs, voter registration lists, tables, chairs, telephones and other materials used by the election judges at the South Houston High School and South Houston Municipal Court election-day polling locations as well as the early voting clerk at South Houston City Hall, and

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the District shall be responsible for purchasing and delivering same to the election personnel at Dobie High School, Pasadena High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Sam Rayburn High School and South Houston High School. The Entities agree and acknowledge that it shall be the responsibility of Harris County to program and test all election equipment in accordance with the requirements of the Texas Election Code, and it is further agreed and understood that by entering into this Agreement, Pasadena ISD does not assume any responsibility for the programming or testing of election equipment ordered from Harris County. Harris County shall be responsible for scheduling and conducting the logic and accuracy tests for the tabulation equipment required by Chapter 127 of the Texas Election Code. The City agrees to share equally the cost of the Harris County e-slate and tabulation equipment and Hart election supplies at the two joint election-day polling locations identified in Section V of this Agreement and at the South Houston City Hall early voting location. Pasadena ISD shall assume full responsibility for the cost of the Harris County e-slate and tabulation equipment and Hart election supplies at the Dobie High School, Pasadena High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Sam Rayburn High School and South Houston High School early voting locations. Each Entity shall furnish Harris County with a list of candidates and/or propositions showing the order and the exact manner in which the candidate names and/or proposition(s) are to appear on its official ballot (including titles and text in each language in which the Entity's ballot is to be printed). This list shall be delivered to Harris County as soon as possible after ballot positions have been determined and in no event later than the deadline established by Harris County. Each Entity shall be responsible for proofreading and approving the ballot insofar as it pertains to the Entity's candidates and/or propositions. The Entities shall share a mutual ballot in the election-day and early voting locations covered by this Agreement. However, in no instance shall a voter be permitted to receive a ballot containing an office or proposition stating a measure on which the voter is ineligible to vote. Each Entity shall be responsible for ordering its own voter registration lists from Harris County. VIII. EARLY VOTING The Entities agree to conduct joint early voting by personal appearance. Early voting by personal appearance will be held at the following locations: Dobie High School 10220 Blackhawk Blvd. Houston, Texas 77089

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Pasadena High School 206 South Shaver Pasadena, Texas 77506

Pasadena Memorial High School 4410 Crenshaw Pasadena, Texas 77504

Sam Rayburn High School 2121 Cherrybrook Pasadena, Texas 77502

South Houston High School 3820 South Shaver South Houston, Texas 77587

South Houston City Hall 1018 Dallas South Houston, Texas 77587

Any qualified voter of the Joint Election may vote early by personal appearance at any one of the joint early voting locations. The City of South Houston shall appoint a qualified early voting clerk and staff for the South Houston City Hall early voting location, and the District shall appoint qualified early voting clerks and staff for the remaining 5 early voting locations covered by this Agreement. The Entities agree to share the costs for early voting clerks and staff as outlined in Section VI of this Agreement. The Entities shall not conduct joint early voting by mail. Instead, each Entity shall appoint its own main early voting clerk to process requests for early voting ballots by mail received by that Entity and shall individually arrange for compensation of its main early voting clerk and any other election personnel employed to assist with ballots by mail. Each Entity shall also be responsible for ordering its own mail ballots and any other supplies required by its main early voting clerk and shall individually be responsible for all other aspects of early voting by mail, including but not limited to, receiving applications for ballots by mail and mailing and receiving ballots by mail. Each Entity agrees to assume all costs associated with its early voting by mail. IX. EARLY VOTING BALLOT BOARD With the approval of Pasadena ISD, the City shall appoint an Early Voting Ballot Board (EVBB) to process early voting mail ballots received by the Entities. The EVBB shall consist of a presiding judge and at least two other members. Upon recommendation by the presiding judge, Pasadena ISD shall appoint any additional EVBB members needed. Tabulation of each Entity's mail ballots shall be conducted separately by the Early Voting Ballot Board at the central counting station as described in Section X of this Agreement. The Entities agree to divide equally the costs of the Early Voting Ballot Board members, who shall be compensated according to the standardized rates for the Joint Election described in Section VI of this Agreement. X. CENTRAL COUNTING STATION AND ELECTION RETURNS The Entities shall jointly be responsible for establishing and operating the central counting station to receive, count and tabulate the voted ballots in accordance with the provisions of the Texas Election Code and of this Agreement. The central counting station shall be located at the Pasadena ISD Administration Building.

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The Entities hereby, in accordance with Sections 127.002, 127.003, and 127.005 of the Texas Election Code, appoint the following central counting station officials: Counting Station Manager: Tabulation Supervisor: Presiding Judge: Assistant Tabulation Supervisor: Assistant Tabulation Supervisor: Clerk: Clerk: Clerk:

To be appointed by the City To be appointed by the City To be appointed the City To be appointed by Pasadena ISD To be appointed by Pasadena ISD To be appointed by Pasadena ISD To be appointed by Pasadena ISD To be appointed by Pasadena ISD

If for any reason the individuals appointed above are unable to serve, the Entity responsible for making the appointment shall appoint an appropriate successor. The City agrees to reimburse the District for the City's pro-rata share of the personnel costs for city-appointed counting station personnel. The Entities shall equally divide the costs of the central counting station tabulation and other equipment. The Counting Station Manager shall be in charge of the overall administration of the central counting station and central counting station personnel, including ensuring that ballots are counted and tallied in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 65 of the Texas Election Code. The Counting Station Manager shall submit a written plan to Pasadena ISD and the City of South Houston for the orderly operation of the central counting station, including a description of when early ballots and election-day ballots shall be counted. The Tabulation Supervisor is in charge of the automatic tabulating equipment at the counting station, including the security of the tabulating equipment, on election day. Pasadena ISD shall be responsible for the security of the automatic tabulating equipment from the time of its delivery by Harris County to the District's Administration Building until election day. Harris County shall arrange, schedule and conduct the logic and accuracy testing for the tabulation equipment prior to its use in the election as required by Chapter 127 of the Texas Election Code. Each Entity shall be individually responsible for posting the required public notices of the date, time, and place of the logic and accuracy testing. The Presiding Judge of the Central Counting Station shall be responsible for releasing cumulative totals and precinct returns from the election to the participating Entities by distribution of hard copies or electronic transmittals by facsimile (when so requested). The Presiding Judge will prepare the unofficial canvass reports after all precincts have been counted, and will deliver a copy of the unofficial canvass to the Entities as soon as possible after all returns have been tabulated. The Presiding Judge shall work cooperatively with each Entity and ensure that the unofficial canvass reports are delivered promptly and in advance of the meeting designated by each Entity to officially canvass the results of the election. Pasadena ISD and the City shall each be responsible for the official canvass of their respective elections.

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The Counting Station Manager shall be responsible for conducting the post-election manual recount required by Section 127.201 of the Texas Election Code unless a waiver is granted by the Secretary of State. Notification and copies of the recount, if waiver is denied, will be provided to each Entity and the Secretary of State's Office. XI. ELECTION EXPENSES AND ALLOCATION OF COSTS The Entities agree to share the costs for election equipment and supplies, and early voting, election-day and central counting station personnel as specified in Sections VI, VII, IX, X of this Agreement. Pasadena ISD shall prepare and submit an invoice to the City of South Houston for the City's portion of the joint election expenses, which invoice shall be due and payable within thirty (30) days of receipt thereof. The Entities shall meet, if necessary, following the Joint Election to review administration and/or the expenses of the Joint Election. The City agrees and acknowledges that Pasadena ISD may from time to time invite other entities who serve voters within the same boundaries to join the Joint Election. Under such circumstances, election expenses allocated between the City and the District under this Agreement shall be borne proportionately by all Entities participating in the Joint Election. XII. WITHDRAWAL FROM CONTRACT DUE TO CANCELLATION OF ELECTION Either Entity may withdraw from this Agreement and the Joint Election should it cancel its election in accordance with Sections 2.051 - 2.053 of the Texas Election Code. If an Entity cancels its election, it shall promptly notify the other Entity in writing and shall be responsible only for its share of prorated expenses through the date of cancellation. The Entity remaining in the election shall then assume full responsibility and expense for conducting its own election, but shall use the same polling locations, election workers, election supplies, and voting/tabulation equipment provided for in this Agreement. The Entity cancelling its election shall be responsible for preparing all orders, resolutions, and certifications associated with canceling its election pursuant to Chapter 2 of the Texas Election Code. In the event that other entities have joined in the Joint Election, and Pasadena ISD cancels its election, each remaining entity shall assume full responsibility and expense for conducting its own election. XIII. RECORDS OF THE ELECTION Each Entity hereby appoints its Chief Election Official as the general custodian of the voted ballots and all records of the Joint Election as authorized by Section 271.010 of the Texas Election Code. The Chief Election Officials shall work cooperatively with one another, sharing records and materials as needed. Access to the each Entity's election records shall be available to that Entity upon request as well as to the public in accordance with applicable provisions of the Texas Election Code and the Texas Public Information Act. The election records for the electronically voted ballots shall be stored by the Chief Election Official of each Entity. Each Chief Election Official shall ensure

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that the records are maintained in an orderly manner so that the records are clearly identifiable and retrievable. Records of the election shall be retained and disposed of in accordance with the provisions of Section 66.058 of the Texas Election Code. If records of the election are involved in any pending election contest, investigation, litigation, or open records request, each Entity shall maintain the records until final resolution or until final judgment, whichever is applicable. It is the responsibility of each Entity to bring to the attention of its records custodian any notice of pending election contest, investigation, litigation or open records request which may be filed with the Entity. XIV. RECOUNTS A recount may be obtained as provided by Title 13 of the Texas Election Code. If either Entity requires a recount, it is understood and agreed that the Entity requiring the recount shall be responsible for the supervision of the recount and shall appoint all personnel for the recount. The entities agree to work cooperatively with one another, promptly making available all election records, equipment, and supplies (including ballots, ballot boxes, and voting equipment) requested by the Entity conducting the recount. All costs of the recount shall be borne by the Entity requiring the recount. XV. REASONABLE COOPERATION The Entities agree to reasonably cooperate with each other as is necessary to carry out the terms of this Agreement. Pasadena ISD agrees not to assess any fees to the City of South Houston for the use of Dobie High School, Pasadena High School, Pasadena Memorial High School, Sam Rayburn High School or South Houston High School in connection with this Joint Election Agreement, and the City of South Houston agrees not to assess any fees to Pasadena ISD for the use of the South Houston Municipal Court building or South Houston City Hall in connection with this Joint Election Agreement. XVI. TERM The term of this Agreement shall be for a period of one (1) year, commencing on the effective date hereof. Provided, however, this Agreement shall be automatically extended for additional one-year terms unless either party notifies the other in writing of non-renewal not less than 90 days prior to the expiration of the primary or any renewal term hereof. Provided further, either party to this Agreement shall be entitled to terminate same upon 90 days advance written notice. XVII. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 1. This Agreement becomes effective upon execution by Pasadena ISD and the City of South Houston.

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2.

All parties shall comply with all applicable federal and state laws.

3. Notice under this Agreement must be in writing and may be delivered by hand delivery, fax or by certified mail to each Entity's Chief Election Official at the addresses listed on their respective signature blocks below. 4. This Agreement shall be construed under and in accord with the laws of the State of Texas, and all obligations of the parties created hereunder are performable in Harris County, Texas. 5. The parties agree that venue for any dispute arising under this Agreement shall be exclusively in Harris County, Texas. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas and the United States of America. 6. Any amendments of this Agreement shall be of no effect unless in writing and signed by all parties hereto. 7. This Agreement is intended solely for the benefit of the City and the District, and this Agreement shall not be construed to grant any privilege or right to any third person. 8. If any provision of this Agreement is found to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall not affect the remaining provisions of this Agreement; and the parties shall perform their obligations under this Agreement as expressed in the terms and provisions of this Agreement. 9. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts each of which shall be deemed an original for all purposes. Faxed signatures and or electronic signatures shall carry the same force and effect as an original signature. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the undersigned are the duly authorized representatives of the parties to this Agreement, and their signatures represent adoption and acceptance of the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ___________________________ by _____________ President, Board of Trustees

ATTEST: ______________________________________ ______________, Secretary, Board of Trustees

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(SEAL) CITY OF SOUTH HOUSTON, TEXAS ___________________________ by _______________, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ _______________, City Secretary (SEAL)

CHIEF ELECTION OFFICIALS:

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Signature: Printed Name: Political Subdivision: Address: City, State Zip: Telephone: Fax: Email:

Signature: Printed Name: Political Subdivision: Address: City, State Zip: Telephone: Fax: Email:

THE STATE OF TEXAS

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COUNTY OF HARRIS

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PROPOSED NOTICE OF ELECTION OF TRUSTEES OF PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

NOTICE is hereby given that an election will be held in and throughout PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT on Saturday, May 9, 2009, in accordance with the Election Order and Notice passed and approved by the Board of Trustees on January 20, 2009, attached hereto and made a part hereof for all purposes.

ELECTION ORDER AND NOTICE

STATE OF TEXAS

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COUNTY OF HARRIS

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On this the 20th day of January, 2009, the Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Independent School District convened in regular session with the

following members

present, to-wit: _______________________________

______________________________

_______________________________

______________________________

_______________________________

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_______________________________ and the following absent ________________________________________________ constituting a quorum and among other proceedings had by said Board of Trustees was the following: WHEREAS, Position No. 1, Position No. 2 and Position No. 3 of the Board of Trustees of this school district will expire on the second Saturday in May, 2009, said second Saturday being May 9, 2009; and WHEREAS, it is necessary for this Board to pass an Order establishing the procedure for filing for and conducting said trustee election. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT: 1.

That an election be held in said School District on May 9, 2009, for the

purpose of electing three members to the Board of Trustees of said School District. The hours during which the polling places are to be open at the election shall be from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 2.

That all requests by candidates to have their names placed upon the ballot

for the above-mentioned election shall be in writing and filed with the Secretary of the School Board of Trustees at the office of Associate Superintendent of Administrative Services at 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas, beginning on February 7, 2009, (Election Filing Office closed on Saturday, February 7, 2009 – Election Filing Office open 8:00 a.m. Monday, February 9, 2009) and concluding not later than Monday, March 9, 2009, at 5:00 p.m.

Regular office hours for the office of Associate

Superintendent of Administrative Services are 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The office shall be open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on the last day to file, March 9, 2009. 3.

Attachment “A”, made a part hereof and incorporated herein by reference,

sets forth the places where the election shall be held and the persons appointed officers for said election. 4.

Early voting by qualified electors within the Pasadena Independent School

District shall be conducted by election judges. Early voting shall begin on April 27, 2009 and continue through May 5, 2009. Early voting shall be conducted at J. Frank Dobie High School, 10220 Blackhawk Blvd., Houston, Harris County, Texas; Pasadena High School, 206 South Shaver, Pasadena, Harris County, Texas; Sam Rayburn High School, 2121 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Harris County, Texas; Pasadena Memorial High School, 4410 Crenshaw, Pasadena, Harris County, Texas; and South Houston High School, 3820 South Shaver, South Houston, Harris County, Texas.

All five voting

places are within the boundaries of the said District. Judges shall keep the offices open at these five voting places for at least eight (8) hours, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., on each day for early voting which is not a Saturday, a Sunday, or a legal state holiday. On the last two days of the early voting period, May 4 and May 5, judges shall keep the offices open at these five voting places from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for early voting. Early voting in the Pasadena Independent School District election shall also be conducted at South Houston City Hall, 1018 Dallas, South Houston, Harris County, Texas, which is within the boundaries of the said District. Early voting at this location shall be conducted on weekdays for at least eight (8) hours, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. At South Houston City Hall, early voting shall be conducted on Saturday, May 2, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., as well as from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 3. Early voting at South Houston City Hall shall be conducted for at least twelve (12) hours, from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., on the last two days of the early voting period, May 4 and May 5.

The mailing address of the early voting clerk is the following: Early

Voting Clerk, Pasadena Independent School District, 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena, Texas 77502. 5.

The manner of holding said election shall be governed, as near as may be,

by the Election Code of this State, and this Board of Trustees will furnish all necessary ballots and other election supplies requisite to said election.

6.

Immediately after said election has been held, the officers holding the same

shall make returns of the results thereof to the Board of Trustees of said School District and return the ballot box to the Secretary of said Board for safekeeping. 7.

The Secretary of this Board of Trustees shall forthwith issue a notice of said

election by posting a copy of this Order on the bulletin board used for posting notices of the meetings of this Board of Trustees. This posting shall be done not later than the 21st day prior to the date for said election. 8.

The names of the candidates for Trustee of Pasadena Independent School

District in the Election to be held on May 9, 2009, and the positions to which they seek to be elected will be printed on the ballot after March 10, 2009.

POSITION NO. 1

POSITION NO. 2

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____________________________ POSITION NO. 3

The above Order being read, it was moved and seconded that the same does pass. Thereupon, the question being called for, the following members of the Board voted AYE: ___________________________________________________________ and the following voted NO: _________________________________________________. PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

President, Board of Trustees ATTEST:

Secretary, Board of Trustees You will take notice of the foregoing Order and Election to be held pursuant to the same.

Secretary, Board of Trustees

ATTACHMENT “A” Pasadena Independent School District

BOARD OF TRUSTEES - ELECTION Saturday, May 9, 2009 PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 1 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Beverly Hills Intermediate School Building Edward Ybarra To be appointed 11111 Beamer Road Houston, Texas 77089 (713) 740-0420

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 2 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Bondy Intermediate School Building Emergency Appointment To be appointed 5101 Keith Road to be made prior to Pasadena, Texas 77505 election day (713) 740-0430

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 3 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Jackson Intermediate School Building Emergency Appointment To be appointed 1020 East Thomas to be made prior to Pasadena, Texas 77506 election day (713) 740-0440

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 4 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Miller Intermediate School Building Bernadine Riner To be appointed 1002 Fairmont Parkway Pasadena, Texas 77504 (713) 740-0450

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 5 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Park View Intermediate School Building Emergency Appointment To be appointed 3003 Dabney Drive to be made prior to Pasadena, Texas 77502 election day (713) 740-0460

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 6 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Queens Intermediate School Building Emergency Appointment To be appointed 1112 Queens Road to be made prior to Pasadena, Texas 77502 election day (713) 740-0470

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 7 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Keller Middle School Building Phyllis Dolney John Dolney 3102 San Augustine Pasadena, Texas 77503 (713) 740-5284

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 8 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place South Houston Municipal Court Building To be appointed by the To be appointed 1019 Dallas City of South Houston South Houston, Texas 77587 (713) 947-7700

ATTACHMENT “A”

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PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 9 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Shaw Middle School Building Patricia Montoya To be appointed 1200 East Houston Pasadena, Texas 77502 (713) 740-5268

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 10 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place Thompson Intermediate School Building Billy C. Robinson To be appointed. 11309 Sagedowne Lane Houston, Texas 77089 (713) 740-0510

PASADENA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTING PRECINCT NO. 11 Precinct Judge Alternate Precinct Judge Voting Place South Houston High School Building To be appointed by the To be appointed 3820 South Shaver City of South Houston South Houston, Texas 77587 (713) 740-0350

EARLY VOTING PLACES J. Frank Dobie High School 10220 Blackhawk Boulevard Houston, Texas 77089 (713) 740-0370

Deputy Early Voting Clerk Billy C. Robinson

Pasadena High School 206 South Shaver Pasadena, Texas 77506 (713) 740-0310

Deputy Early Voting Clerk Phyllis Dolney

Pasadena Memorial High School 4410 Crenshaw Pasadena, Texas 77504 (713) 740-0390

Deputy Early Voting Clerk Augusta S. Cummins

Sam Rayburn High School 2121 Cherrybrook Pasadena, Texas 77502 (713) 740-0330

Early Voting Clerk Bernadine Riner

South Houston City Hall 1018 Dallas South Houston, Texas 77587 (713) 947-7700

Early Voting Clerk Maricela Garza-Barrera

South Houston High School 3820 South Shaver South Houston, Texas 77587 (713) 740-0350

Deputy Early Voting Clerk Gene Grunewald

CHIEF ELECTION OFFICIALS Pasadena ISD .............................................................. .......................................................................Barbara Fuqua City of South Houston ................................................ .......................................................................Maricela Garza- Barrera

Pasadena Independent School District BOARD OF TRUSTEES - ELECTION Saturday, May 9, 2009 PAGE 3

ATTACHMENT “A”

EARLY VOTING BALLOT BOARD Presiding Judge ................................................... ............ Appointment to be made by City of South Houston Clerk .................................................................... ............ Appointment to be made by City of South Houston Clerk .................................................................... ............ Appointment to be made by City of South Houston Clerk .................................................................... ............ Appointment to be made by Pasadena ISD (if needed) Clerk .................................................................... ............ Appointment to be made by Pasadena ISD (if needed) CENTRAL COUNTING STATION Presiding Judge: .................................................. ............ Appointment to be made by City of South Houston Central Counting Station Manager...................... ............ Appointment to be made by City of South Houston Central Counting Station Tabulation Supervisor .................................... ............ Appointment to be made by City of South Houston Central Counting Station Assistant Tabulation Supervisor..................... ............ ....................................... .........................Becky West Central Counting Station Assistant Tabulation Supervisor..................... ............ ....................................... .........................Patricia Dardon Clerk .................................................................... ............ ....................................... .........................Barbara Fuqua Clerk .................................................................... ............ ....................................... .........................Cindy Rion Clerk .................................................................... ............ ....................................... .........................Jan Barnes

Revised 1/12/09

Pasadena ISD 2004 School Bond Program Monthly Report September 2008 Rendering

South Belt ES

December 31, 2008 Aerial Photo

January 10, 2009

PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Table of Contents

Understanding the Monthly Report .................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Executive Summary.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Program Summary................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Program Cost Status ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12

PROJECTS Bid Package 01 – Schneider Middle School ...................................................................................................................................................................... 15 Bid Package 02 – Bush Elementary School....................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Bid Package 03 – Pasadena Memorial High School Additions and Renovations ......................................................................................................... 17 Bid Package 03A – Dobie High School Additions and Renovations............................................................................................................................... 18 Bid Package 04 – San Jacinto Replacement Intermediate School.................................................................................................................................. 19 Bid Package 04A – Southmore Replacement Intermediate School ................................................................................................................................ 20 Bid Package 05 – Milstead Middle School ......................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Bid Package 05A – Lomax Middle School ......................................................................................................................................................................... 22 Bid Package 06 – South Belt Elementary School ........................................................................................................................................................... 23 Bid Package 07 – Dr. Dixie Melillo Middle School……...................................................................................................................................................... 25 Bid Package 08 – Kruse Replacement Elementary School.............................................................................................................................................. 26 Bid Package 09 – Pearl Hall Replacement Elementary School........................................................................................................................................ 28 Bid Package 09A – Richey Replacement Elementary School.......................................................................................................................................... 29 Bid Package 10 – Bobby Shaw Middle School .................................................................................................................................................................. 30 Bid Package 11 – Guidance Center .................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Bid Package 12 – Pasadena HS and Sam Rayburn HS Auditoriums and Renovations ................................................................................................ 32 Bid Package 13 – Bondy IS, Bailey ES, South Houston ES, and Beverly IS Auditorium .............................................................................................. 33 Bid Package 14 – South Houston HS Auditorium and Renovation................................................................................................................................. 34 Bid Package 15 – Meador ES, L.F. Smith ES, Freeman ES, Fisher ES and Queens IS ................................................................................................. 35 Bid Package 16 – Williams ES, Red Bluff ES, Pomeroy ES, Mae Smythe ES, Jessup ES, Gardfield ES, th South Shaver ES, Park View IS, Morris 5 and Gardens ES.............................................................................................................. 36 Bid Package 17 – Young ES, Teague ES, Sparks ES, Moore ES, Stuchbery ES, McMasters ES, Jensen ES, Atkinson ES, Thompson IS and Miller IS......................................................................................................................... 37 Bid Package 18 – Turner ES, Matthys ES, Frazier ES, Burnett ES, Tegeler Career Center, South Houston IS, Skill Center and Blackhawk Rd. Warehouse ....................................................................................................................................... 38 Bid Package 19 – Morales ES and Parks ES...................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Bid Package 21 – Summit/Technical Services Center ...................................................................................................................................................... 40 Bid Package 22 – Phillips Gym/Veterans Memorial Stadium........................................................................................................................................... 41 Bid Package 22A – Transportation Center......................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Bid Package 24 – De Zavala Middle School....................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Appendix A – Bond 2004 Project Locator Map.................................................................................................................................................................. 44 Table of Contents

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Understanding the Monthly Report

Summary Information

Program Summary ƒ One page overall status of the Program in terms of schedule progress per school.

Program Cost Status ƒ Line item financial summaries of all projects organized by type of construction (new construction and additions, renovations, others), then bid package.

Bid Package Summary ƒ One page per bid package highlighting schedule, cost status, campus-specific notes and school photos.

Understanding the Monthly Report

More Detailed Information

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Understanding the Monthly Report

Program Summary

Overall Program Schedule Status Number of Schools by Schedule Phase – A summary of all schools status data. Each school is designated by a status: ƒ Not Started – No design or construction activities have begun. ƒ Design – Programming & Design through Construction Documents. ƒ Bid & Award – Bidding or in the award process. ƒ Construction – Construction work in progress. ƒ Move-In – Occupancy is permitted, though minor activities or corrections continue. ƒ Complete – All work is done, final submittals are complete and final payment authorized. Value of Schools by Schedule Phase – A summary of the Total Project Budgets of the schools grouped per designated Scheduled Phase.

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Understanding the Monthly Report

Program Cost Status By Bid Package Column Headings Original Budget – Based on baseline budget approved for the PISD 2004 Bond Program. Budget Adjustments – Transfers and/or additional fund infusions approved by PISD Board of Trustees. Current Budget – Sum of Original Budget + Budget Adjustments. Committed Costs – Sum of all contracts, contract change orders, purchase orders, and general expenditures to date. Costs to Date – Sum of all contract invoices and general expenditures to date. Future Commitments – Anticipated cost to complete the project. Estimate at Completion – Committed Costs + Future Commitments. Budget Balance – Current Budget –Estimate at Completion. If the difference is positive the project has a savings. If the difference is negative the project has an overrun.

Each row summarizes the cost status of all budgeted and contracted activities for each campus within a designated package.

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Understanding the Monthly Report

Bid Package Summary part 1 (Schedule)

Schedule Phase Design – Programming & Design through Construction Documents. Bid & Award – Bidding or in the Award process. Construction – Construction work in progress. Move-In – Occupancy is permitted, though minor activities or corrections continue.

Schedule Data Plan Start and Finish – Original start and finish dates. Plan Schedule is the baseline start and finish dates. These dates are held static throughout the project, and future schedule updates are measured against this baseline. Forecast Start and Finish – Anticipated start and finish dates. The Forecast Dates will be updated if schedule changes occur.

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Understanding the Monthly Report

Bid Package Summary part 2 (Cost)

Cost Description: Construction –Facility construction in general and other associated allowance expenditures. It also includes Construction Contingency and Builders Risk Insurance. Design A/E – Cost of the Architect / Engineer Fee and Reimbursable Expenditures. FF&E – Costs for Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment. It also includes Books. Asbestos – Cost for Asbestos Abatement, Testing and State Fees. Construction - Other – Construction costs outside of main Construction Contract with the General Contractor. It includes Demolition, Utility Impact Cost/Fees, Construction-Other, etc. Project Contingency – Budget to be used as necessary for unanticipated project costs. Professional Services - Other – Cost for Surveys, Geotechnical, Material Testing, TAB, etc. Miscellaneous – uncategorized expenses.

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page Phone: 713-740-0882 Cell: 281-808-8550

Executive Summary

2004 Bond Original Budget: $299,880,000

Current Budget with Infusions and Interest: $315,350,933

Program Description: Jacobs is providing design coordination, budget and cost control, program scheduling, construction coordination and oversight for the Pasadena Independent School District’s 2004 Bond Program. The 2004 Bond Program includes fourteen (14) new schools: 5 Elementary, 5 Middle, 2 Intermediate and 2 High School additions totaling $214,180,000; forty three (43) renovations totaling $33,080,000; and other projects: Summit and Technology Center, Satellite Transportation Center, Portables, Security Cameras for elementary schools and Technology additions totaling $20,400,000. The remaining amount of $32,220,000 will be spent on Buses, Land Acquisition and Program Management services. Program Status: The following is a list of schools that are currently under the Design, Bid and Award, Construction, and Substantially Complete phases. Design: None Bid and Award: None Construction: BP-06-South Belt Elementary School BP-08-Kruse Replacement Elementary School

BP-10-Bobby Shaw Area Middle School BP-24-De Zavala Middle School

Substantially Complete: BP-03A-Dobie High School Additions and Renovations BP-04-San Jacinto Replacement Intermediate School BP-04A-Southmore Replacement Intermediate School BP-05A-Lomax Middle School

BP-07- Dr. Dixie Melillo Middle School BP-09A-Richey Replacement Elementary School BP-15-2A-Meador ES, LF Smith ES, Freeman ES, Fisher ES, Queens Int. BP-22-Phillips Gym/Veterans Memorial Stadium

Complete: BP-01-Schneider Middle School BP-02-Bush Elementary School BP-03-Pasadena Memorial High School Additions and Renovations BP-05-Milstead Middle School BP-07-Hughes Road Extension BP-09-Pearl Hall Replacement Elementary School BP-11-1A-Guidance Center BP-12-1B-PHS & Sam Rayburn BP-13-1C-Bondy IS, Bailey ES, South Houston ES & Beverly IS BP-14-1D-South Houston HS Auditorium/Renovations

BP-16-2B-Williams ES, Red Bluff ES, Pomeroy ES, Mae Smythe ES, Jessup th ES, Garfield ES, Park View Int., Gardens ES, South Shaver ES, Morris 5 Grade BP-17-3A-Young ES, Teague ES, Sparks ES, Moore ES, Stuchbery ES, McMasters ES, Jensen ES, Atkinson ES Thompson IS, Miller IS BP-18-Turner ES, Matthys ES, Frazier ES, Burnett ES, Tegeler Career Center, SH Int., Skill Center and Blackhawk Rd. Warehouse BP-19-3C-Morales ES Renovation, Parks ES BP-20-Portables 2005-06 and BP-20-Portables 2006-07 BP-21-1E-Summit - Tech. Center BP-22A-Transportation Center

Executive Summary

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PISD 2004 Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page Phone: 713-740-0882 Cell: 281-808-8550

Executive Summary

Budget Fund Infusions Total = $15,470,933.00 (See spreadsheet attached) 1. 2004 Bond Contingency Pool: $4,331,079.00 from interest earned. 2. Pasadena High School: $64,433.00 from F&C budget. 3. Red Bluff Elementary School: $75,000.00 from F&C budget. 4. Gardens Elementary School: $25,000.00 from F&C budget. 5. L.F. Smith Elementary School: $77,000.00 from F&C budget. 6. Morales Elementary School Renovation: $150,000.00 from F&C budget. 7. 2004 Bond Contingency Pool: $6,800,000.00 from interest earned. 8. 2004 Bond Contingency Pool: $119,612.00 from interest earned. 9. 2004 Bond Contingency Pool: $3,085,500.00 from interest earned. 10. 2004 Bond Contingency Pool: $743,309.00 from interest earned. Fund Transfers (See spreadsheet attached) Board approved fund transfers between projects: 1. $365,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Summit for $194,914.00 and Technology Services Center for $170,086.00. 2. $49,144.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Guidance Center. 3. $500,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Schneider MS. 4. $133,061.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Land Acquisition. 5. $1,716,992.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Hughes Road Extension. 6. $370,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Surveillance Camera Systems. 7. Savings of $85,215.00 from BP21 to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool. 8. Savings of $1,185,561.00 from Bush ES to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool. 9. Savings of $232,220.00 from Schneider ES to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool 10. $1,100,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Bobby Shaw MS. 11. $787,014.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Dr. Dixie Melillo MS. 12. Savings of $2,500,000.00 from San Jacinto IS to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool. 13. Savings of $1,300,000.00 from Southmore IS to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool. 14. $101,213.00 from Facility Assessment Contingency to South Houston HS. 15. $25,000.00 from Facility Assessment Contingency to South Houston HS. 16. $3,400,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Land Acquisition. 17. $1,451,203.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Land Acquisition. 18. $1,500,000.00 from Blackhawk Rd. Warehouse to Transportation Center 19. $46,442.00 from Facility Assessment Contingency to South Houston HS. 20. $806,820.00 ($1,000,000 minus $193,180) from Satellite Transportation Center to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool. 21. $3,932,797.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Land Acquisition. 22. $39,058.00 from Facility Assessment Contingency to Turner ES. 23. $600,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Phillips Gym/Veterans Memorial Stadium.

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24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37.

Executive Summary

$4,556.00 from Facility Assessment Contingency to South Houston HS. $298,493.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Dr. Dixie Melillo MS. $330,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Transportation Center. $700,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Keller MS. $1,586,500.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to South Belt ES. Savings of $4,916,000.00 from Various Campuses to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool. $3,400,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Kruse ES. $233,385.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Gardens ES. $16,615.00 from Facility Assessment Contingency to Gardens. $3,000,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to De Zavala MS. $1,200,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to De Zavala MS. $966,000.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Land Acquisition. $23,434.00 from 2004 Bond Contingency Pool to Gardens ES. Savings of $3,924,579.00 from Various Campuses to 2004 Bond Contingency Pool

Schedule: The Pasadena ISD 2004 Bond Program is currently on schedule. PISD 2004 Bond Program is scheduled for completion in October 2009.

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BP # BP01 BP02 BP03 BP03A BP04 BP04A BP05 BP05A BP06 BP07 BP08 BP09 BP09A BP10 BP20 BP11 BP12 BP12 BP13 BP13 BP13 BP13 BP14 BP15 BP15 BP15 BP15 BP15 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP16 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP17 BP18 BP18 BP18 BP18 BP18 BP18 BP18 BP18 BP22A BP19 BP22 BP19 BP21 BP21 BP23 BP24

Project Schneider Middle School Bush Elementary School PMHS Addition and Renovations Dobie High Additions and Renovations San Jacinto Replacement Intermediate School Southmore Replacement Intermediate School Milstead Middle School Lomax Middle School South Belt Elementary School Dr. Dixie Melillo Middle School Kruse Replacement Elementary School Pearl Hall Replacement Elementary School Richey Replacement Elementary School Bobby Shaw Middle School BP20 - Portables Guidance Center Pasadena HS + Auditorium Sam Rayburn HS + Auditorium Bondy Int. Bailey ES South Houston ES Beverly Hills Int. Auditorium South Houston HS + Auditorium Meador ES L.F. Smith ES Freeman ES Fisher ES Queens Int. Williams ES Red Bluff ES Pomeroy ES MAE Smythe ES Jessup ES Garfield ES South Shaver ES Park View Int. Morris 5th MS Gardens ES Young ES Teague ES Sparks ES Moore ES Stuchbery ES McMasters ES Jensen ES Atkinson ES Thompson Int. Miller Int. Turner ES Matthys ES Frazier ES Burnett ES Tegeler Career Center South Houston Int. Skill Center Blackhawk Rd. Warehouse Transportation Center Morales ES Philips Gym and Stadium Parks ES Summit Technical Center Keller MS De Zavala MS Fac. Assess.Contingency Technology Security Cameras - Elementary Buses Facilities Management Land Purchase Cost Bonds Bond Contingency Pool TOTAL

INFUSIONS TRANSFERS Original Total Budget Total Budget Infusions W/Infusions Transfers 16,600,000 0 16,600,000 -12,220 13,800,000 0 13,800,000 -1,244,140 6,980,000 0 6,980,000 -490,000 6,200,000 0 6,200,000 -121,000 24,500,000 0 24,500,000 -3,581,000 24,500,000 0 24,500,000 -2,589,000 16,600,000 0 16,600,000 -492,000 16,600,000 0 16,600,000 -970,000 13,800,000 0 13,800,000 1,586,500 16,600,000 0 16,600,000 2,611,499 13,800,000 0 13,800,000 3,400,000 13,800,000 0 13,800,000 -134,000 13,800,000 0 13,800,000 -145,000 16,600,000 0 16,600,000 1,100,000 3,400,000 0 3,400,000 0 761,400 0 761,400 44,144 2,058,179 64,433 2,122,612 -35,000 2,362,440 0 2,362,440 -183,000 384,767 0 384,767 -93,000 1,192,296 0 1,192,296 -168,000 420,954 0 420,954 -195,000 1,500,000 0 1,500,000 -371,000 2,049,324 0 2,049,324 177,211 774,803 0 774,803 -42,000 977,541 77,000 1,054,541 -66,000 1,095,063 0 1,095,063 -84,000 963,142 0 963,142 -6,000 1,653,875 0 1,653,875 -156,000 291,237 0 291,237 -52,000 1,608,282 75,000 1,683,282 -141,000 485,722 0 485,722 -33,000 228,341 0 228,341 -35,000 290,952 0 290,952 -16,000 578,935 0 578,935 -37,000 562,317 0 562,317 -100,000 214,286 0 214,286 -19,000 504,981 0 504,981 -67,000 955,842 25,000 980,842 411,434 633,483 0 633,483 -110,000 477,714 0 477,714 -89,000 477,015 0 477,015 -90,000 597,116 0 597,116 -106,000 207,650 0 207,650 -49,000 779,644 0 779,644 -146,000 1,055,997 0 1,055,997 -151,000 435,328 0 435,328 -60,000 730,381 0 730,381 -54,000 1,143,110 0 1,143,110 -133,000 268,865 0 268,865 39,058 204,363 0 204,363 -38,000 575,068 0 575,068 -105,000 472,947 0 472,947 -91,000 194,366 0 194,366 -18,000 332,359 0 332,359 -69,000 140,359 0 140,359 0 2,500,000 0 2,500,000 -2,306,820 0 0 0 1,579,000 246,125 150,000 396,125 -36,000 1,415,825 0 1,415,825 600,000 394,722 0 394,722 -77,000 1,200,000 0 1,200,000 143,901 300,000 0 300,000 135,884 0 0 0 700,000 0 0 0 4,200,000 382,884 0 382,884 -382,884 10,000,000 0 10,000,000 0 3,000,000 0 3,000,000 370,000 5,000,000 0 5,000,000 0 10,710,000 0 10,710,000 0 15,020,000 0 15,020,000 9,883,061 1,490,000 0 1,490,000 -1,490,000 15,079,500 15,079,500 -9,702,628 299,880,000 15,470,933

315,350,933

Revised Budget 16,587,780 12,555,860 6,490,000 6,079,000 20,919,000 21,911,000 16,108,000 15,630,000 15,386,500 19,211,499 17,200,000 13,666,000 13,655,000 17,700,000 3,400,000 805,544 2,087,612 2,179,440 291,767 1,024,296 225,954 1,129,000 2,226,535 732,803 988,541 1,011,063 957,142 1,497,875 239,237 1,542,282 452,722 193,341 274,952 541,935 462,317 195,286 437,981 1,392,276 523,483 388,714 387,015 491,116 158,650 633,644 904,997 375,328 676,381 1,010,110 307,923 166,363 470,068 381,947 176,366 263,359 140,359 193,180 1,579,000 360,125 2,015,825 317,722 1,343,901 435,884 700,000 4,200,000 0 10,000,000 3,370,000 5,000,000 10,710,000 24,903,061 0 5,376,872

0 315,350,933

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PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Program Summary

Schedule Status: Number of Schools by Schedule Phase

Value of Schools by Schedule Phase

0

$0

0

$0

0

$0

10

$89,643,372

0

$0

60

$225,707,561

Original Budget

Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Costs

Not Started Design Bid and Award Construction Move-In Complete

$0 $0 $0 $74,782,884 $0 $225,097,116

$0 $0 $0 $14,860,488 $0 $610,445

$0 $0 $0 $89,643,372 $0 $225,707,561

$0 $0 $0 $77,600,497 $0 $220,931,655

$0 $0 $0 $60,257,688 $0 $218,302,625

Sub-Totals:

$299,880,000

$15,470,933

$315,350,933

$298,532,152

Program Totals:

$299,880,000

$15,470,933

$315,350,933

$298,532,152

Cost Description

Program Summary

Future Cost to Date Commitments

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

$0 $0 $0 $12,042,876 $0 $4,775,906

$0 $0 $0 $89,643,372 $0 $225,707,561

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

$278,560,313

$16,818,782

$315,350,933

$0

$278,560,313

$16,818,782

$315,350,933

$0

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PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Program Cost Status

Original Budget

Cost Description

Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Costs

Future Cost to Date Commitments

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

$320,000,000 $288,000,000 $256,000,000 $224,000,000 $192,000,000 $160,000,000 $128,000,000 $96,000,000 $64,000,000 $32,000,000 $0 Current Budget

Estimate at Completion

Committed Costs

Cost to Date

Original Budget

Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Costs

$16,600,000 $13,800,000 $6,200,000 $16,600,000 $13,800,000 $16,600,000 $16,600,000 $6,980,000 $13,800,000 $13,800,000 $24,500,000 $16,600,000 $13,800,000 $24,500,000

$1,100,000 ($1,244,140) ($121,000) $2,611,499 $3,400,000 ($970,000) ($492,000) ($490,000) ($134,000) ($145,000) ($3,581,000) ($12,220) $1,586,500 ($2,589,000)

$17,700,000 $12,555,860 $6,079,000 $19,211,499 $17,200,000 $15,630,000 $16,108,000 $6,490,000 $13,666,000 $13,655,000 $20,919,000 $16,587,780 $15,386,500 $21,911,000

$16,775,513 $12,555,859 $5,940,543 $18,512,702 $15,512,953 $15,376,008 $15,923,466 $6,485,673 $13,543,217 $13,460,647 $20,312,898 $16,532,558 $13,647,494 $21,298,704

$16,092,558 $12,555,859 $5,876,583 $18,126,177 $9,073,000 $15,443,345 $15,791,379 $6,485,673 $13,504,498 $12,865,115 $19,929,586 $16,532,558 $7,827,298 $20,334,244

$924,487 $1 $138,457 $698,797 $1,687,047 $253,992 $184,534 $4,327 $122,783 $194,353 $606,102 $55,222 $1,739,006 $612,296

$17,700,000 $12,555,860 $6,079,000 $19,211,499 $17,200,000 $15,630,000 $16,108,000 $6,490,000 $13,666,000 $13,655,000 $20,919,000 $16,587,780 $15,386,500 $21,911,000

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

$214,180,000

($1,080,361)

$213,099,639

$205,878,235

$190,437,873

$7,221,404

$213,099,639

$0

B. Portables Portables

$3,400,000

$0

$3,400,000

$3,312,016

$3,312,016

$87,984

$3,400,000

$0

Sub-Total: B. Portables

$3,400,000

$0

$3,400,000

$3,312,016

$3,312,016

$87,984

$3,400,000

$0

Cost Description A. New Schools Bobby Shaw Middle School Bush Elementary Dobie High School Dr. Dixie Melillo Middle School Kruse Elementary School Lomax Middle School Milstead Middle School Pasadena Memorial High School Pearl Hall Elementary School Richey Elementary School San Jacinto Intermediate School Schneider Middle School South Belt Elementary School Southmore Intermediate School Sub-Total: A. New Schools

Program Cost Status

Future Cost to Date Commitments

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Cost Description

C. Facilities Assessments Atkinson Elementary School Bailey Elementary School Beverly Intermediate School - Auditorium Bondy Intermediate School Burnett Elementary School De Zavala Middle School Fac. Assess. Conting. Fisher Elementary School Frazier Elementary School Freeman Elementary School Gardens Elementary School Garfield Elementary School Guidance Center Alt. Renov Jensen Elementary School Jessup Elementary School Keller Middle School L.F. Smith Elementary School Mae Smythe Elementary School Matthys Elementary School McMasters Elementary School Meador Elementary School Miller Intermediate School Moore Elementary School Morales Elementary School Morris 5th Middle School Park View Intermediate School Parks Elementary School Pasadena High School with Auditorium Philips Gym/Veterans Memorial Stadium Pomeroy Elementary School Queens Intermediate School Red Bluff Elementary School Sam Rayburn High School with Auditorium Skill Center

Program Cost Status

Original Budget

Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Costs

$435,328 $1,192,296 $1,500,000 $384,767 $472,947 $0 $382,884 $963,142 $575,068 $1,095,063 $955,842 $578,935 $761,400 $1,055,997 $290,952 $0 $977,541 $228,341 $204,363 $779,644 $774,803 $1,143,110 $597,116 $246,125 $504,981 $214,286 $394,722 $2,058,179 $1,415,825 $485,722 $1,653,875 $1,608,282 $2,362,440 $140,359

($60,000) ($168,000) ($371,000) ($93,000) ($91,000) $4,200,000 ($382,884) ($6,000) ($105,000) ($84,000) $436,434 ($37,000) $44,144 ($151,000) ($16,000) $700,000 $11,000 ($35,000) ($38,000) ($146,000) ($42,000) ($133,000) ($106,000) $114,000 ($67,000) ($19,000) ($77,000) $29,433 $600,000 ($33,000) ($156,000) ($66,000) ($183,000) $0

$375,328 $1,024,296 $1,129,000 $291,767 $381,947 $4,200,000 $0 $957,142 $470,068 $1,011,063 $1,392,276 $541,935 $805,544 $904,997 $274,952 $700,000 $988,541 $193,341 $166,363 $633,644 $732,803 $1,010,110 $491,116 $360,125 $437,981 $195,286 $317,722 $2,087,612 $2,015,825 $452,722 $1,497,875 $1,542,282 $2,179,440 $140,359

$371,931 $1,004,827 $1,125,699 $287,859 $378,059 $3,575,851 $0 $893,577 $466,543 $941,431 $1,388,532 $535,669 $801,633 $901,742 $271,554 $661,724 $893,068 $189,498 $162,576 $630,317 $635,628 $1,006,824 $487,214 $355,868 $434,398 $191,381 $314,736 $2,084,177 $1,915,435 $431,863 $1,426,060 $1,538,841 $2,176,393 $137,250

Program Cost Status

Future Cost to Date Commitments

$371,931 $1,004,827 $1,125,699 $287,859 $376,940 $230,119 $0 $893,577 $465,182 $941,431 $1,329,987 $532,669 $801,633 $901,742 $270,149 $389,804 $893,068 $188,498 $162,092 $630,317 $635,628 $1,006,824 $487,214 $355,868 $432,898 $190,381 $314,736 $2,084,177 $1,892,358 $424,348 $1,426,060 $1,537,841 $2,176,393 $136,918

$3,397 $19,469 $3,301 $3,908 $3,888 $624,149 $0 $63,565 $3,525 $69,632 $3,744 $6,266 $3,911 $3,255 $3,398 $38,276 $95,473 $3,843 $3,787 $3,327 $97,175 $3,286 $3,902 $4,257 $3,583 $3,905 $2,986 $3,435 $100,390 $20,859 $71,815 $3,441 $3,047 $3,109

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

$375,328 $1,024,296 $1,129,000 $291,767 $381,947 $4,200,000 $0 $957,142 $470,068 $1,011,063 $1,392,276 $541,935 $805,544 $904,997 $274,952 $700,000 $988,541 $193,341 $166,363 $633,644 $732,803 $1,010,110 $491,116 $360,125 $437,981 $195,286 $317,722 $2,087,612 $2,015,825 $452,722 $1,497,875 $1,542,282 $2,179,440 $140,359

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

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PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Administrator: Jacobs Program Manager: Terry Page

Program Cost Status

Original Budget

Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Costs

$420,954 $2,049,324 $332,359 $562,317 $477,015 $207,650 $477,714 $194,366 $730,381 $268,865 $291,237 $633,483

($195,000) $177,211 ($69,000) ($100,000) ($90,000) ($49,000) ($89,000) ($18,000) ($54,000) $39,058 ($52,000) ($110,000)

$225,954 $2,226,535 $263,359 $462,317 $387,015 $158,650 $388,714 $176,366 $676,381 $307,923 $239,237 $523,483

$221,254 $2,198,186 $259,810 $459,100 $383,442 $146,379 $385,051 $172,923 $672,407 $304,533 $235,492 $519,518

$221,254 $2,198,442 $259,023 $459,100 $383,442 $146,379 $385,051 $172,462 $672,407 $303,897 $233,992 $519,518

$4,700 $28,349 $3,549 $3,217 $3,573 $12,271 $3,663 $3,443 $3,974 $3,390 $3,745 $3,965

$225,954 $2,226,535 $263,359 $462,317 $387,015 $158,650 $388,714 $176,366 $676,381 $307,923 $239,237 $523,483

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Sub-Total: C. Facilities Assessments

$33,080,000

$2,859,396

$35,939,396

$34,576,253

$30,854,135

$1,363,143

$35,939,396

$0

D. Other Blackhawk Rd. Warehouse Buses Land Purchase Security Cameras Summit Phase I Tech. Srvs. Ctr. Technology Transportation Center

$2,500,000 $5,000,000 $15,020,000 $3,000,000 $1,200,000 $300,000 $10,000,000 $0

($2,306,820) $0 $9,883,061 $370,000 $143,901 $135,884 $0 $1,579,000

$193,180 $5,000,000 $24,903,061 $3,370,000 $1,343,901 $435,884 $10,000,000 $1,579,000

$193,179 $4,616,897 $23,857,393 $3,242,040 $1,334,702 $433,413 $9,612,395 $1,519,999

$193,179 $4,614,197 $23,857,393 $3,242,040 $1,334,701 $433,413 $9,612,395 $1,492,694

$1 $383,103 $1,045,668 $127,960 $9,199 $2,471 $387,605 $59,001

$193,180 $5,000,000 $24,903,061 $3,370,000 $1,343,901 $435,884 $10,000,000 $1,579,000

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Sub-Total: D. Other

$37,020,000

$9,805,026

$46,825,026

$44,810,018

$44,780,012

$2,015,008

$46,825,026

$0

E. Fees Fees

$12,200,000

$3,886,872

$16,086,872

$9,955,630

$9,176,277

$6,131,243

$16,086,872

$0

Sub-Total: E. Fees

$12,200,000

$3,886,872

$16,086,872

$9,955,630

$9,176,277

$6,131,243

$16,086,872

$0

$299,880,000

$15,470,933

$315,350,933

$298,532,152

$278,560,313

$16,818,782

$315,350,933

$0

Cost Description South Houston Elementary School South Houston High School with Auditorium South Houston Intermediate School South Shaver Elementary School Sparks Elementary School Stuchbery Elementary School Teague Elementary School Tegeler Career Center Thompson Intermediate School Turner Elementary School Williams Elementary School Young Elementary School

Totals:

Program Cost Status

Future Cost to Date Commitments

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

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PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Veronica Leonce Project Architect: Randall-Porterfield General Contractor: Durotech Location: 8420 Easthaven Blvd.

Project Summary

Schneider MS Bid Package 01 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$13,280,000 $584,320 $982,696 $26,500 $372,373 $1,098,343 $255,768 $0

($744,416) $276,443 ($12,285) ($26,073) $56,456 $463,070 ($25,414) $0

$12,535,584 $860,763 $970,411 $427 $428,829 $1,561,413 $230,354 $0

$12,535,584 $860,763 $920,110 $427 $428,829 $1,556,491 $230,354 $0

$12,535,584 $860,763 $920,110 $427 $428,829 $1,556,491 $230,354 $0

$0 $0 $50,300 $0 $0 $4,922 $0 $0

$12,535,584 $860,763 $970,411 $427 $428,829 $1,561,413 $230,354 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$16,600,000

($12,220)

$16,587,780

$16,532,558

$16,532,558

$55,222

$16,587,780

$0

$18,000,000 $16,200,000 $14,400,000 $12,600,000 $10,800,000 $9,000,000 $7,200,000 $5,400,000 $3,600,000 $1,800,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The project is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: The remaining HVAC issues will be addressed by the A/E team.

Current Budget

Schneider MS

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 15 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Veronica Leonce Project Architect: Dansby Miller General Contractor: Cadence McShane Location: 9100 Blackhawk

Project Summary

Bush ES Bid Package 02 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$11,040,000 $740,744 $871,776 $0 $289,876 $672,894 $184,710 $0

($568,342) ($39,394) ($28,884) $0 $75,196 ($672,893) ($9,823) $0

$10,471,658 $701,350 $842,892 $0 $365,072 $1 $174,887 $0

$10,471,658 $701,350 $842,892 $0 $365,072 $0 $174,887 $0

$10,471,658 $701,350 $842,892 $0 $365,072 $0 $174,887 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1 $0 $0

$10,471,658 $701,350 $842,892 $0 $365,072 $1 $174,887 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$13,800,000

($1,244,140)

$12,555,860

$12,555,859

$12,555,859

$1

$12,555,860

$0

$14,000,000 $12,600,000 $11,200,000 $9,800,000 $8,400,000 $7,000,000 $5,600,000 $4,200,000 $2,800,000 $1,400,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The project is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Bush ES

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 16 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Chris Koeper Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: Comex Location PMHS: 4410 Crenshaw

Project Summary

PMHS Additions/Renovation Bid Package 03 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$5,584,000 $460,680 $410,900 $0 $161,979 $264,647 $97,794 $0

($288,433) ($27,770) $0 $250 $115,619 ($263,438) ($26,227) $0

$5,295,567 $432,910 $410,900 $250 $277,598 $1,209 $71,567 $0

$5,295,567 $432,910 $407,782 $250 $277,598 $0 $71,567 $0

$5,295,567 $432,910 $407,782 $250 $277,598 $0 $71,567 $0

$0 $0 $3,118 $0 $0 $1,209 $0 $0

$5,295,567 $432,910 $410,900 $250 $277,598 $1,209 $71,567 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$6,980,000

($490,000)

$6,490,000

$6,485,673

$6,485,673

$4,327

$6,490,000

$0

$7,000,000 $6,300,000 $5,600,000 $4,900,000 $4,200,000 $3,500,000 $2,800,000 $2,100,000 $1,400,000 $700,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: This project is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

PMHS Additions/Renovation

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 17 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Crystal Gomez Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: State Construction Location: 10220 Blackhawk Blvd.

Project Summary

Dobie HS Additions/Renovation Bid Package 03A New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$4,960,000 $409,200 $365,000 $0 $143,794 $235,140 $86,866 $0

($290,199) ($17,000) $0 $0 $402,039 ($214,054) ($1,786) $0

$4,669,801 $392,200 $365,000 $0 $545,833 $21,086 $85,080 $0

$4,610,356 $389,740 $350,308 $0 $514,675 $0 $75,463 $0

$4,571,372 $378,952 $350,308 $0 $504,307 $0 $71,643 $0

$59,445 $2,460 $14,692 $0 $31,158 $21,086 $9,617 $0

$4,669,801 $392,200 $365,000 $0 $545,833 $21,086 $85,080 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$6,200,000

($121,000)

$6,079,000

$5,940,543

$5,876,583

$138,457

$6,079,000

$0

$6,300,000 $5,670,000 $5,040,000 $4,410,000 $3,780,000 $3,150,000 $2,520,000 $1,890,000 $1,260,000 $630,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The punch list is 90% complete and the GC has requested a back-check on the remaining 10%. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: Closing out the complete punch list.

Current Budget

Dobie HS Additions/Renovation

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 18 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Veronica Leonce Project Architect: SBWV General Contractor: Cadence McShane Location: 3600 Red Bluff

Project Summary

San Jacinto Replacement Int. Bid Package 04 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$19,600,000 $1,315,160 $1,076,100 $41,800 $571,446 $1,567,218 $328,276 $0

($1,975,471) ($13,220) ($37,826) ($40,065) ($34,602) ($1,440,702) ($39,114) $0

$17,624,529 $1,301,940 $1,038,274 $1,735 $536,844 $126,516 $289,162 $0

$17,455,179 $1,281,088 $835,198 $1,735 $483,100 $0 $256,598 $0

$17,273,254 $1,257,176 $835,198 $1,735 $310,031 $0 $252,191 $0

$169,350 $20,852 $203,076 $0 $53,744 $126,516 $32,565 $0

$17,624,529 $1,301,940 $1,038,274 $1,735 $536,844 $126,516 $289,162 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$24,500,000

($3,581,000)

$20,919,000

$20,312,898

$19,929,586

$606,102

$20,919,000

$0

$21,000,000 $18,900,000 $16,800,000 $14,700,000 $12,600,000 $10,500,000 $8,400,000 $6,300,000 $4,200,000 $2,100,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The general contractor is working on punch list items at this time. PISD is back checking completed areas. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: Completion of the punch list and closing out the project in a timely manner.

Current Budget

San Jacinto Replacement Int.

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 19 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Veronica Leonce Project Architect: SBWV General Contractor: Cadence McShane Location: 2000 Patricia Lane

Project Summary

Southmore Replacement Int. Bid Package 04A New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$19,600,000 $862,400 $1,076,100 $41,800 $571,446 $2,012,232 $336,022 $0

($1,751,997) $39,500 ($31,210) $703,208 $451,755 ($1,961,168) ($39,089) $0

$17,848,003 $901,900 $1,044,890 $745,008 $1,023,201 $51,064 $296,933 $0

$17,678,225 $886,294 $982,524 $744,065 $741,873 $0 $265,724 $0

$17,420,976 $870,614 $982,524 $214,155 $587,831 $0 $258,144 $0

$169,778 $15,606 $62,366 $943 $281,329 $51,064 $31,209 $0

$17,848,003 $901,900 $1,044,890 $745,008 $1,023,201 $51,064 $296,933 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$24,500,000

($2,589,000)

$21,911,000

$21,298,704

$20,334,244

$612,296

$21,911,000

$0

$24,000,000 $21,600,000 $19,200,000 $16,800,000 $14,400,000 $12,000,000 $9,600,000 $7,200,000 $4,800,000 $2,400,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The general contractor is working on punch list items at this time. PISD is back checking completed areas. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: Completion of the punch list and closing out the project in a timely manner.

Current Budget

Southmore Replacement Int.

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 20 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Chris Koeper Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: Prime Contractors Location: 338 Gilpin St.

Project Summary

Milstead MS Bid Package 05 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$13,280,000 $891,008 $982,696 $0 $372,373 $852,082 $221,841 $0

$438,522 ($59,203) ($13,425) $0 ($177,750) ($729,275) $49,131 $0

$13,718,522 $831,805 $969,271 $0 $194,623 $122,807 $270,972 $0

$13,718,522 $831,805 $919,707 $0 $183,602 $0 $269,831 $0

$13,708,285 $815,605 $919,707 $0 $85,641 $0 $262,142 $0

$0 $0 $49,564 $0 $11,021 $122,807 $1,142 $0

$13,718,522 $831,805 $969,271 $0 $194,623 $122,807 $270,972 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$16,600,000

($492,000)

$16,108,000

$15,923,466

$15,791,379

$184,534

$16,108,000

$0

$18,000,000 $16,200,000 $14,400,000 $12,600,000 $10,800,000 $9,000,000 $7,200,000 $5,400,000 $3,600,000 $1,800,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The project is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: There is one outstanding warranty item that needs to be addressed.

Current Budget

Milstead MS

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 21 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Chris Koeper Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: Skanska Location: 1519 Genoa-Red Bluff Rd.

Project Summary

Lomax MS Bid Package 05A New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$13,280,000 $584,320 $982,696 $26,500 $622,373 $877,353 $226,758 $0

$9,155 ($32,735) ($13,750) ($26,248) ($81,321) ($823,720) ($1,382) $0

$13,289,155 $551,585 $968,946 $252 $541,052 $53,633 $225,376 $0

$13,274,955 $551,585 $939,365 $252 $385,316 $0 $224,535 $0

$13,379,298 $543,617 $939,365 $252 $360,315 $0 $220,497 $0

$14,200 $0 $29,581 $0 $155,736 $53,633 $842 $0

$13,289,155 $551,585 $968,946 $252 $541,052 $53,633 $225,376 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$16,600,000

($970,000)

$15,630,000

$15,376,008

$15,443,345

$253,992

$15,630,000

$0

$16,000,000 $14,400,000 $12,800,000 $11,200,000 $9,600,000 $8,000,000 $6,400,000 $4,800,000 $3,200,000 $1,600,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: PISD is reviewing the completed items and Skanska will submit the close out documents. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: KBR has started on the playfield, should be ready for use in the Spring 2009.

Current Budget

Lomax MS

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 22 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Chris Koeper Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: Brae Burn Construction Location: 1801 Riverstone Ranch Drive

Project Summary

South Belt ES Bid Package 06 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Misc

$11,040,000 $740,744 $871,776 $0 $269,876 $676,019 $201,585 $0

$1,600,656 ($231,800) $0 $0 $373,582 ($300,462) $44,524 $100,000

$12,640,656 $508,944 $871,776 $0 $643,458 $375,557 $246,109 $100,000

$12,387,451 $487,549 $61,085 $0 $393,507 $0 $220,652 $97,250

$6,744,000 $423,076 $57,900 $0 $363,357 $0 $141,716 $97,250

$253,205 $21,395 $810,691 $0 $249,951 $375,557 $25,457 $2,750

$12,640,656 $508,944 $871,776 $0 $643,458 $375,557 $246,109 $100,000

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$13,800,000

$1,586,500

$15,386,500

$13,647,494

$7,827,298

$1,739,006

$15,386,500

$0

Current Budget

Committed Cost to Costs Date

$16,000,000 $14,400,000 $12,800,000 $11,200,000 $9,600,000 $8,000,000 $6,400,000 $4,800,000 $3,200,000 $1,600,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The GC continues working on roofing, exterior/interior framing and MEP rough-in throughout the building. Brick work has started along with drywall. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: PISD is still waiting for the final plat issues to be resolved between the City of Pearland, the Developer and CenterPoint which delays receipt of permanent power. PM is working to get these issued resolved by March. Development of the infrastructure for the neighboring residential area is nearly complete. The GC is currently 15 days behind their contracted completion date.

South Belt ES

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 23 of 44

BP06 - South Belt ES January 10, 2009

Page 24 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Veronica Leonce Project Architect: Randall-Porterfield General Contractor: Cadence McShane Location: 9220 Hughes Road

Project Summary

Dr. Dixie Melillo MS Bid Package 07 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$13,280,000 $891,008 $982,696 $1,000 $372,373 $850,082 $222,841 $0

$1,254,379 ($63,300) ($15,000) ($1,000) $1,880,937 ($743,550) $299,033 $0

$14,534,379 $827,708 $967,696 $0 $2,253,310 $106,532 $521,874 $0

$14,474,016 $815,646 $545,758 $0 $2,160,285 $0 $516,997 $0

$14,291,207 $805,022 $545,723 $0 $1,983,349 $0 $500,877 $0

$60,363 $12,062 $421,938 $0 $93,026 $106,532 $4,877 $0

$14,534,379 $827,708 $967,696 $0 $2,253,310 $106,532 $521,874 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$16,600,000

$2,611,499

$19,211,499

$18,512,702

$18,126,177

$698,797

$19,211,499

$0

$20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 $4,000,000 $2,000,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The general contractor is working on punch list items at this time. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: Completion of the punch list in a timely manner.

Current Budget

Dr. Dixie Melillo MS

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 25 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Dansby Miller General Contractor: Cadence McShane Location: 400 Park Avenue

Project Summary

Kruse Replacement ES Bid Package 08 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$11,040,000 $485,760 $563,600 $81,600 $1,069,876 $372,609 $186,555 $0

$2,216,526 $73,276 $0 ($65,563) $947,184 ($20,038) $248,615 $0

$13,256,526 $559,036 $563,600 $16,038 $2,017,060 $352,571 $435,170 $0

$12,769,938 $529,012 $48,290 $16,038 $1,730,317 $0 $419,358 $0

$6,576,134 $401,596 $44,520 $16,038 $1,709,609 $0 $325,103 $0

$486,588 $30,024 $515,310 $0 $286,743 $352,571 $15,812 $0

$13,256,526 $559,036 $563,600 $16,038 $2,017,060 $352,571 $435,170 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$13,800,000

$3,400,000

$17,200,000

$15,512,953

$9,073,000

$1,687,047

$17,200,000

$0

Current Budget

Committed Cost to Costs Date

$18,000,000 $16,200,000 $14,400,000 $12,600,000 $10,800,000 $9,000,000 $7,200,000 $5,400,000 $3,600,000 $1,800,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The GC continues working on roofing, waterproofing, exterior sheathing and interior framing along with overhead mechanical, electrical and plumbing in 75% of the building. Structural steel and decking continues in 25% of the building. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: Continued progress of the construction schedule is critical for opening the school for August 2009.

Kruse Replacement ES

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 26 of 44

BP08 - Kruse ES January 10, 2008

Page 27 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Chris Koeper Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: Cadence McShane Location 1504 9th Street

Project Summary

Pearl Hall ES Bid Package 09 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$11,040,000 $485,760 $563,600 $103,000 $1,269,876 $152,209 $185,555 $0

$382,240 $237,568 ($15,000) $90,925 ($794,382) ($47,360) $12,010 $0

$11,422,240 $723,328 $548,600 $193,925 $475,494 $104,849 $197,565 $0

$11,422,240 $723,328 $530,666 $193,925 $475,494 $0 $197,565 $0

$11,401,003 $709,468 $530,666 $193,925 $475,494 $0 $193,944 $0

$0 $0 $17,934 $0 $0 $104,849 $0 $0

$11,422,240 $723,328 $548,600 $193,925 $475,494 $104,849 $197,565 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$13,800,000

($134,000)

$13,666,000

$13,543,217

$13,504,498

$122,783

$13,666,000

$0

$14,000,000 $12,600,000 $11,200,000 $9,800,000 $8,400,000 $7,000,000 $5,600,000 $4,200,000 $2,800,000 $1,400,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The GC is working on the 11 month inspection items. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Pearl Hall ES

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 28 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Crystal Gomez Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: Skanska Location: 610 South Richey

Project Summary

Richey Replacement ES Bid Package 09A New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$11,040,000 $485,760 $563,600 $52,000 $769,876 $697,209 $191,555 $0

$512,332 ($10,000) ($15,000) $267,746 ($260,645) ($625,125) ($14,308) $0

$11,552,332 $475,760 $548,600 $319,746 $509,231 $72,084 $177,247 $0

$11,472,385 $460,632 $527,149 $319,746 $509,231 $0 $171,504 $0

$11,080,167 $447,826 $526,892 $233,418 $412,220 $0 $164,592 $0

$79,947 $15,128 $21,451 $0 $0 $72,084 $5,743 $0

$11,552,332 $475,760 $548,600 $319,746 $509,231 $72,084 $177,247 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$13,800,000

($145,000)

$13,655,000

$13,460,647

$12,865,115

$194,353

$13,655,000

$0

$14,000,000 $12,600,000 $11,200,000 $9,800,000 $8,400,000 $7,000,000 $5,600,000 $4,200,000 $2,800,000 $1,400,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: The punch list is 85% complete and the GC has requested a back-check on majority of electrical items. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: Closing out the complete punch list.

Current Budget

Richey Replacement ES

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 29 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Chris Koeper Project Architect: Bay General Contractor: ICI Construction Location: 1201 Houston

Project Summary

Bobby Shaw MS Bid Package 10 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$13,280,000 $584,320 $982,696 $0 $372,373 $1,152,843 $227,768 $0

$1,909,885 $91,179 ($15,000) $445 $49,875 ($948,219) $11,835 $0

$15,189,885 $675,499 $967,696 $445 $422,248 $204,624 $239,603 $0

$15,106,361 $646,879 $442,599 $445 $385,892 $0 $193,337 $0

$14,685,220 $617,628 $442,599 $445 $162,742 $0 $183,926 $0

$83,524 $28,620 $525,097 $0 $36,356 $204,624 $46,266 $0

$15,189,885 $675,499 $967,696 $445 $422,248 $204,624 $239,603 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$16,600,000

$1,100,000

$17,700,000

$16,775,513

$16,092,558

$924,487

$17,700,000

$0

$18,000,000 $16,200,000 $14,400,000 $12,600,000 $10,800,000 $9,000,000 $7,200,000 $5,400,000 $3,600,000 $1,800,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Work continues on minor warranty and punch list items at the new campus. Abatement of the old campus is ongoing with the entire demolition project anticipated to be complete by February 2009. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Bobby Shaw MS

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 30 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: George Lloyd Project Architect: ArcTec General Contractor: Structure Management

Project Summary

Phase 1A-Guidance Center Bid Package 11 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$676,215 $55,687 $0 $6,000 $2,565 $9,163 $11,770 $0

$48,246 $552 $0 ($6,000) $12,027 ($5,252) ($5,429) $0

$724,461 $56,239 $0 $0 $14,592 $3,911 $6,341 $0

$724,461 $56,239 $0 $0 $14,592 $0 $6,341 $0

$724,461 $56,239 $0 $0 $14,592 $0 $6,341 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,911 $0 $0

$724,461 $56,239 $0 $0 $14,592 $3,911 $6,341 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$761,400

$44,144

$805,544

$801,633

$801,633

$3,911

$805,544

$0

$810,000 $729,000 $648,000 $567,000 $486,000 $405,000 $324,000 $243,000 $162,000 $81,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 1A-Guidance Center

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 31 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: ArcTec General Contractor: Division One

Project Summary

Phase 1B-PHS & Sam Rayburn Audit.& Renov. Bid Package 12 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$3,677,933 $302,884 $0 $38,447 $13,951 $339,512 $47,892 $0

$22,212 ($21,394) $0 $230,379 ($13,251) ($333,031) ($38,482) $0

$3,700,145 $281,490 $0 $268,826 $700 $6,481 $9,410 $0

$3,700,145 $281,490 $0 $268,826 $700 $0 $9,410 $0

$3,700,145 $281,490 $0 $268,826 $700 $0 $9,410 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,481 $0 $0

$3,700,145 $281,490 $0 $268,826 $700 $6,481 $9,410 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$4,420,619

($153,567)

$4,267,052

$4,260,571

$4,260,571

$6,481

$4,267,052

$0

$4,500,000 $4,050,000 $3,600,000 $3,150,000 $2,700,000 $2,250,000 $1,800,000 $1,350,000 $900,000 $450,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 1B-PHS & Sam Rayburn Audit.& Renov.

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 32 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Dansby Miller General Contractor: DT Construction

Project Summary

Phase 1C-Bondy IS,Bailey,SHES & Beverly Bid Package 13 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$2,910,330 $239,671 $67,333 $17,273 $27,575 $191,974 $43,861 $0

($736,671) ($12,630) $8,055 $3,608 $83,585 ($169,482) ($3,465) $0

$2,173,659 $227,041 $75,388 $20,881 $111,160 $22,492 $40,396 $0

$2,173,659 $227,041 $66,502 $20,881 $111,160 $0 $40,396 $0

$2,173,659 $227,041 $66,502 $20,881 $111,160 $0 $40,396 $0

$0 $0 $8,886 $0 $0 $22,492 $0 $0

$2,173,659 $227,041 $75,388 $20,881 $111,160 $22,492 $40,396 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$3,498,017

($827,000)

$2,671,017

$2,639,639

$2,639,639

$31,378

$2,671,017

$0

$2,700,000 $2,430,000 $2,160,000 $1,890,000 $1,620,000 $1,350,000 $1,080,000 $810,000 $540,000 $270,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project closeout is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 1C-Bondy IS,Bailey,SHES & Beverly Aud.

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 33 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Hill & Swart General Contractor: DT Construction

Project Summary

Phase 1D-SHHS Auditorium & Renovation Bid Package 14 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$1,705,028 $140,412 $0 $17,860 $6,467 $156,281 $23,276 $0

$237,986 $11,909 $0 $63,435 $4,636 ($131,886) ($8,869) $0

$1,943,014 $152,321 $0 $81,295 $11,103 $24,395 $14,407 $0

$1,942,351 $152,016 $0 $81,295 $8,116 $0 $14,407 $0

$1,943,884 $150,739 $0 $81,295 $8,116 $0 $14,407 $0

$663 $304 $0 $0 $2,987 $24,395 $0 $0

$1,943,014 $152,321 $0 $81,295 $11,103 $24,395 $14,407 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$2,049,324

$177,211

$2,226,535

$2,198,186

$2,198,442

$28,349

$2,226,535

$0

$2,400,000 $2,160,000 $1,920,000 $1,680,000 $1,440,000 $1,200,000 $960,000 $720,000 $480,000 $240,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 1D-SHHS Auditorium & Renovation

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 34 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Randall-Porterfield General Contractor: DT Construction

Project Summary

Phase 2A Bid Package 15 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$4,546,372 $374,404 $0 $48,790 $17,245 $418,884 $58,729 $0

($451,491) ($19,628) $0 $130,876 $105,143 ($25,864) ($16,037) $0

$4,094,881 $354,776 $0 $179,666 $122,388 $393,020 $42,693 $0

$4,094,881 $354,776 $0 $179,666 $117,749 $0 $42,693 $0

$4,094,881 $354,776 $0 $179,666 $117,749 $0 $42,693 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $4,640 $393,020 $0 $0

$4,094,881 $354,776 $0 $179,666 $122,388 $393,020 $42,693 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$5,464,424

($277,000)

$5,187,424

$4,789,764

$4,789,764

$397,660

$5,187,424

$0

$5,400,000 $4,860,000 $4,320,000 $3,780,000 $3,240,000 $2,700,000 $2,160,000 $1,620,000 $1,080,000 $540,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: KBR continues work on the remaining items that were removed from GC's scope of work. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 2A

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 35 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Huitt-Zollars General Contractor: Prime Contractors

Project Summary

Phase 2B Bid Package 16 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$4,759,755 $391,973 $27,431 $27,336 $24,793 $425,598 $64,009 $0

($497,244) $25,037 $0 $322,893 $568,947 ($389,559) ($18,639) $0

$4,262,511 $417,010 $27,431 $350,229 $593,740 $36,039 $45,370 $0

$4,262,496 $417,010 $11,599 $350,229 $591,625 $0 $43,370 $0

$4,262,496 $417,010 $11,599 $284,669 $591,625 $0 $32,465 $0

$15 $0 $15,832 $0 $2,115 $36,039 $2,000 $0

$4,262,511 $417,010 $27,431 $350,229 $593,740 $36,039 $45,370 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$5,720,895

$11,434

$5,732,329

$5,676,327

$5,599,862

$56,002

$5,732,329

$0

$6,000,000 $5,400,000 $4,800,000 $4,200,000 $3,600,000 $3,000,000 $2,400,000 $1,800,000 $1,200,000 $600,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 2B

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 36 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: SHW Group General Contractor: Prime Contractors

Project Summary

Phase 3A Bid Package 17 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$5,439,117 $447,921 $0 $35,781 $20,631 $524,022 $69,966 $0

($864,130) ($23,125) $0 $439,517 ($3,377) ($479,416) ($57,469) $0

$4,574,987 $424,796 $0 $475,298 $17,254 $44,606 $12,497 $0

$4,574,980 $424,796 $0 $475,298 $17,254 $0 $12,497 $0

$4,574,980 $424,796 $0 $475,298 $17,254 $0 $12,497 $0

$7 $0 $0 $0 $0 $44,606 $0 $0

$4,574,987 $424,796 $0 $475,298 $17,254 $44,606 $12,497 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$6,537,438

($988,000)

$5,549,438

$5,504,825

$5,504,825

$44,613

$5,549,438

$0

$6,000,000 $5,400,000 $4,800,000 $4,200,000 $3,600,000 $3,000,000 $2,400,000 $1,800,000 $1,200,000 $600,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 3A

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 37 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: PDG General Contractor: Division One

Project Summary

Phase 3B Bid Package 18 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$3,900,665 $321,229 $0 $0 $14,797 $400,465 $51,171 $0

($2,244,363) ($36,172) $0 $5,192 $48,983 ($375,774) $13,372 $0

$1,656,302 $285,057 $0 $5,192 $63,780 $24,691 $64,543 $0

$1,650,371 $285,057 $0 $5,192 $69,711 $0 $64,543 $0

$1,650,371 $279,876 $0 $5,192 $69,711 $0 $64,543 $0

$5,931 $0 $0 $0 ($5,931) $24,691 $0 $0

$1,656,302 $285,057 $0 $5,192 $63,780 $24,691 $64,543 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$4,688,327

($2,588,762)

$2,099,565

$2,074,874

$2,069,693

$24,691

$2,099,565

$0

$2,100,000 $1,890,000 $1,680,000 $1,470,000 $1,260,000 $1,050,000 $840,000 $630,000 $420,000 $210,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 3B

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 38 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Cre8 General Contractor: Division One

Project Summary

Phase 3C Bid Package 19 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$533,181 $43,908 $0 $3,944 $1,923 $50,038 $7,853 $0

$91,467 ($2,945) $0 ($3,944) ($1,923) ($42,795) ($2,860) $0

$624,648 $40,963 $0 $0 $0 $7,243 $4,993 $0

$624,648 $40,963 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,993 $0

$624,648 $40,963 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,993 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $7,243 $0 $0

$624,648 $40,963 $0 $0 $0 $7,243 $4,993 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$640,847

$37,000

$677,847

$670,604

$670,604

$7,243

$677,847

$0

$700,000 $630,000 $560,000 $490,000 $420,000 $350,000 $280,000 $210,000 $140,000 $70,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project closeout is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 3C

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 39 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: SBWV General Contractor: Division One

Project Summary

Phase 1E-Summit /Tech. Srvs. Ctr. Bid Package 21 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$1,247,992 $102,774 $77,236 $0 $4,734 $51,191 $16,073 $0

$276,359 $26,217 ($13,118) $0 $30,799 ($39,521) ($951) $0

$1,524,351 $128,991 $64,118 $0 $35,533 $11,670 $15,122 $0

$1,524,351 $128,991 $64,118 $0 $35,533 $0 $15,122 $0

$1,524,351 $128,990 $64,118 $0 $35,533 $0 $15,122 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $11,670 $0 $0

$1,524,351 $128,991 $64,118 $0 $35,533 $11,670 $15,122 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$1,500,000

$279,785

$1,779,785

$1,768,115

$1,768,114

$11,670

$1,779,785

$0

$1,800,000 $1,620,000 $1,440,000 $1,260,000 $1,080,000 $900,000 $720,000 $540,000 $360,000 $180,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 1E-Summit /Tech. Srvs. Ctr.

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 40 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: George Lloyd Project Architect: Cre8 General Contractor: Brothers Construction Location: 2906 Dabney

Project Summary

Phase 3D-Phillips Gym/Veterans Memorial Bid Package 22 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$1,177,960 $97,007 $79,958 $0 $24,105 $15,130 $21,665 $0

$588,477 $2,318 $0 $10,775 $0 ($5,003) $3,433 $0

$1,766,437 $99,325 $79,958 $10,775 $24,105 $10,127 $25,098 $0

$1,766,437 $99,325 $0 $8,959 $19,771 $0 $20,942 $0

$1,747,458 $97,244 $0 $8,959 $18,255 $0 $20,442 $0

$0 $0 $79,958 $1,816 $4,334 $10,127 $4,156 $0

$1,766,437 $99,325 $79,958 $10,775 $24,105 $10,127 $25,098 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$1,415,825

$600,000

$2,015,825

$1,915,435

$1,892,358

$100,390

$2,015,825

$0

$2,100,000 $1,890,000 $1,680,000 $1,470,000 $1,260,000 $1,050,000 $840,000 $630,000 $420,000 $210,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Back check of punch list items continues. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 3D-Phillips Gym/Veterans Memorial Stadium

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 41 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: George Lloyd Project Architect: Cre8 General Contractor: Lucas Construction Location: 3129 Lafferty

Project Summary

Phase 3E-Transportation Center Bid Package 22A New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

$1,320,651 $124,584 $0 $0 $10,743 $57,501 $65,521 $0

$1,320,651 $124,584 $0 $0 $10,743 $57,501 $65,521 $0

$1,320,651 $124,584 $0 $0 $10,743 $0 $64,021 $0

$1,320,651 $122,259 $0 $0 $0 $0 $49,785 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $57,501 $1,500 $0

$1,320,651 $124,584 $0 $0 $10,743 $57,501 $65,521 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$0

$1,579,000

$1,579,000

$1,519,999

$1,492,694

$59,001

$1,579,000

$0

$1,600,000 $1,440,000 $1,280,000 $1,120,000 $960,000 $800,000 $640,000 $480,000 $320,000 $160,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Project close out is complete. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

Phase 3E-Transportation Center

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 42 of 44

PISD 2004 School Bond Program Program Manager: Terry Page Project Manager: Katrina McDaniel Project Architect: Randall-Porterfield General Contractor: Brothers Location: 101 E. Jackson

Project Summary

De Zavala Middle School Bid Package 24 New Schools and Renovations

Cost Description

Original Budget Budget Adjustments

Current Budget

Committed Future Costs Cost to Date Commitment

Estimate at Completion

Budget Balance

Construction Design A/E FF&E Asbestos Construction-Other Project Contingency Professional Services-Other Miscellaneous

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

$3,352,388 $271,340 $164,760 $0 $105,138 $233,316 $73,058 $0

$3,352,388 $271,340 $164,760 $0 $105,138 $233,316 $73,058 $0

$3,256,401 $253,583 $0 $0 $17,355 $0 $48,512 $0

$0 $204,248 $0 $0 $17,355 $0 $8,516 $0

$95,987 $17,758 $164,760 $0 $87,783 $233,316 $24,546 $0

$3,352,388 $271,340 $164,760 $0 $105,138 $233,316 $73,058 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0

Totals:

$0

$4,200,000

$4,200,000

$3,575,851

$230,119

$624,149

$4,200,000

$0

$4,500,000 $4,050,000 $3,600,000 $3,150,000 $2,700,000 $2,250,000 $1,800,000 $1,350,000 $900,000 $450,000 $0

Project Notes 1. Major Activities: Brothers Contracting Partners was awarded the contract at the December 11, 2008 Board Meeting. They have been granted a limited Notice to Proceed for any items that do not conflict with the issuance of the building permit. The project is scheduled for completion in November 2009. 2. Key Issues and Concerns: None at this time.

Current Budget

De Zavala Middle School

Committed Cost to Costs Date

Estimate at Completion

Status Date: 10-Jan-2009 Page 43 of 44

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BP-08

BP-22A

BP-22

BOND 2004 PROJECT LOCATOR MAP

(A-DD)

BP-22 Phillips Gym/Veterans Memorial Stadium (C-FF) BP-22A Transportation Center (D-EE)

Other

Milstead Lomax (F-FF) Dr. Dixie Melillo MS (J-BB)

Pasadena Independent School District