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Page Six N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, October 10, 2013 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT September 2013 Paid Invoices Report Vendor Name 24/7 CHEERLEADING A-TEC RECYCLING INC ACCEL POWER INC ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES ADVENTURE LIGHTING AGRILAND FS. INC AHLERS & COONEY. PC ALEXANDER. JENNIFER ANACONDA SPORTS INC ANDERSON'S APPLE INC BALDWIN CONSTRUCTION UNLIMITED BALDWIN. CATHERINE BAUER BUILT INC BEDWELL GARDENS BID CORPORATION BISHOP ENGINEERING COMPANY BUCK ART MATERIALS BOB'S CUSTOM TROPHIES INC BONNETT. GARY BOWHAY. GERALD W BREKKE. PAULA BURCH. NICK BW T&F ENTERPRISES LLP CAPITAL CITY EQUIPMENT CO CAPITAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INC CARL. JANA CDW GOVERNMENT INC CENGAGE LEARNING CENTURYLINK CHAMPIONSHIP PRODUCTIONS CIPAFILTER CLAIMAID COLE. LEAH COMPANION CORP/KEEPNTRACK CONNELLY. SHASTA COOK. JULIE CRUM. PHILIP & SUSAN CUSTOM AWARDS & EMBROIDERY DALLAS CENTER-GRIMES CSD DANIELS FILTER SERVICE DANNCO DAVIS. GREGORY A DE I.AGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE DECKER SPORTING GOODS DEMCO DEMOULIN BROTHERS & CO DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COIL DES MOINES REGISTER MEDIA DES MOINES STAMP MANUFACTURING DISCOUNT MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DISTRIBUTED WEBSITE CORPORAllON DOBEL CHRIS DOUGLAS. LENA DREAMS UNLIMITED MOBILE SOUND EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES. INC EARTHWALK COMMUNICATIONS EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS. INC ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELAN CARDMEMBER SERVICES ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING EPIC SPORTS ETA HAND2MIND EXCEL MECHANICAL COMPANY INC FAREWAY STORES FARRELL. LORI FARRIS ENGINEERING FASTSIGNS FIT AND FUN pLAYSCAPES. LLC FLEETONE LLC FUNN SCIENTIFIC INC FLORA. JAY FOREST SEPTIC ENVIRONMENTAL FRASER. JOHN FROST. KEVIN G & D ELECTRIC INC GARRISON. CLAYTON GECRBIAMAZON GENESIS DEVELOPMENT GITDNGER. JAXON MORGAN GlZZI. VICKI GOLF TEAM PRODUCTS. INC GOODHEART WILCOX PUBLISHER GRAND CLEANERS GRAPHIC EDGE. INC GRIESHOP. ELIZABETH GRINNELL-NEWBURG CSD HARVEY'S AUTOMOTIVE & MACH INC HEARTLAND AEA 11 HEARTLAND FLAGPOLES & CUSTOM FLAGS HEARTLAND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS HEIMERMAN ENTERPRISES LLC HOPKINS HUMANWARE USA INC HYDA JR. HENRY ICCA ICON HEALTH & FITNESS. INC IDENTIFICATION PIRODLICTS MFG CO IHSADA IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES INDIANOLA ACTIVITIES DEPT INDIANOLA COMM SCHOOL DIST INTERACTION BOOK CO INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION INTERSTATE MUSIC IOWA ASSN OF SCHOOL BOARDS IOWA COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK IOWA DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES IOWA GIRLS COACHES ASSOC IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ASSOC IOWA PRISON INDUSTRIES IOWA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ISDTA ITEC JACOBUS. LARRY JAYMAR BUSINESS FORMS INC JC'S SERVICES INC JJ DESIGNS JOHNSTON HS VOCAL MUSIC JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JOSTENS JW PEPPER & SON INC KENNEDY. ERIC KERN, DANIEL KINMAN GLASS KIPJONOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE KRISS PREMIUM PRODUCTS. INC KRUPKE. GERARD LANDIS. SUSAN LASER RESOURCES LEARNING POST. THE LEONARD. SHARON LIEDTKE. KERRIE & NATHAN LITTLE HAWKEYE CONFERENCE LOFFREDC FRESH PRODUCE CO INC LYNCH. JASON &'AMELIA MAINE SCOTT MANNIIG. M SUSAN MANSION GROVE HOUSE LLC ktARSHALLTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS MCCORMICKS ENTERPRISES MCDANEL. EMILY MENARDS-DES MOINES MERMAID AQUARIUM MAINTENANCE INC MEYER. BRIAN MH EQUIPMENT CO MID AMERICAN ENERGY MIDWEST ACOUSTICAL SUPPLY MIDWEST ALARM MIDWEST COMPUTER PRODUCTS INC MILLER. JEROME J MINNESOTA CLAY USA MOORE MEDICAL CORP MPS NASCO NATIONAL STAFF DEVELOPMENT CO NELSON, CLARK NEWTON CSD NIELSEN. SHAWNNA NIEMEYER, JACQUELINE NIKKEL & ASSOCIATES NIMROD. JAKE NOAH'S CLEANERS INC NOBBIES NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWS NORWALK ACTIVITIES BOOSTERS NORWALK CSD CASH-HS NOR1NALK CSD GENERAL FUND NORWALK -,SD HIGH SCHOOL NORWALK CSD NUTRITION FUND NOR1NALK FAMILY PHYSICIANS NORWALK HARDWARE & AUTO SUPPLY " NORWALK. CITY OF O'GORMAN. TIFFANY O'KEEFE ELEVATOR COMPANY. INC O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE MAX CONTRACT INC ORBELL. COLLEEN OSWALD. JOEL OTIOON. INC OTTUMWA HS PANORAMA CSD Descriotion SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES LEGAL SERVICES REFUND SUPPLIES SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE PLANTS SUPPLIES ENGINEERING SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING OFFICIATING REFUND REFUND EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT SUPPLIE b REFUND COMPUTER SUPPLIES SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES TECH EQUIPMENT FEES REIMBURSEMENT SOFTWARE REFUND REFUND REFUND SUPPLIES FEES SERVICES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING COPIER LEASE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES EDUCATION ADS SUPPLIES SUBSCRIPTIONS SOFTWARE OFFICIATING OFFICIATING SERVICE FOOD EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES MISCELLANEOUS CREDIT CARD COMMUNICATION EQUIP SUPPLIES SUPPLIES HVAC SERVICES SUPPLIES REFUND ENGINEERING SERVICES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES FUEL SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SERVICES REFUND OFFICIATING SUPPLIES REFUND SUPPLIES SERVICES SERVICES REFUND SUPPLIES TEXTBOOKS SERVICES SUPPLIES REFUND ENTRY FEE PARTS SERVICES SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SERVICES OFFICIATING ENTRY FEES EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES REGISTRATIONS SERVICE DUES/FEES SERVICES REGISTRATION MEMBERSHIP BAND SUPPLIES PROF SERVICES SERVICES MEDICAID DUES DUES SUPPLIES SERVICES DUES REGISTRATION OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REGISTRATION SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING OFFICIATING SERVICES TUITION SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT REFUND EQUIP MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES REFUND REFUND DUES FOOD. REFUND OFFICIAL REFUND SUPPLIES ENTRY FEES NSTR SUPPLIES REFUND SUPPLIES SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL SERVICE MAINT SUPPLIES SUPPLIES LIBRARY SUPPLIES OFFICIATING SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES OFFICIATING DUES/FEES REFUND REFUND SERVICES REIMBURSEMENT SERVICES SUPPLIES SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT SERVICE PARTS & SUPPLIES WATER/SEWER SERVICE REFUND SERVICES MISC PARTS SUPPLIES SUPPLIES REFUND OFFICIATING EQUIPMENT ENTRY FEES STUDENT TUITION Total 150.50 422.31 51.98 38.99 412.01 122.99 3.519.41 39.01. 154.20 306.37 548.99 6.803.80 48.66 616.00 24.00 490.00 7.338.50 106.24 1.367.00 70.00 85.00 938.75 330.00 4.940.00 119.28 1.871.65 45.00 3.033.45 423.10 1.135.66 170. 3.850.00 467.31 8.06 4.000.00 45.00 190.00 25O.OO 115,00 80,00 4.064,68 2A90.65 140.00 2.983.21 18,076.50 2.459.26 1.165.00 500.00 4.627.75 500.90 128.91 1.294,00 80.00 160.00 795.00 1.090.97 3.41935 3.311.39 2.352.05 1.795.61 85.00 114.90 261.21 17.488.67 256.53 8.27 1.650.00 355.83 2.290.40 2.50 712.37 130.00 1.275.00 220.00 90.00 155.00 45.00 2.348.75 115.14 200.00 45.00 1.142.00 380.86 463.50 12.433.66 215.00 80.00 229.55 675.40 135.00 918.00 130.00 845.OO 436.00 120.00 120.00 349.00 1.639.99 145.00 59.00 125.00 550.00 490.00 148.00 15.983.00 105.00 1 096.99 5.281.46 100.00 290.00 2.293.99 815.00 1.649.00 350.00 160.00 279.98 2.125.00 72.00 250.00 155.42 271.05 619.52 70.00 70.00 600.00 420.00 3OO.O0 516.20 53.10 3.821.55 2.168.54 , 45.00 45.00 1.000.00 7.354.76 0.00 80.90 145.02 860.70 110.00 1.822.00 28.25 442.22 40.00 80.00 1.741.22 36.081.68 1.342.50 4.268.04 11.227.00 210.00 465.82 605.77 3.353.84 503.38 188,00 210,00 90.00 22,50 110.00 406.63 14.00 235.50 219.21 201.92 311.51 92.00 225.00 398.00 76.00 417.00 540.86 8.529.79 22.50 980.51 713.97 5.606.28 866,19 64.20 80.00 310.00 90.00 150.00 PAPER DIRECT SUPPLIES 55.97 PASCO SUPPLIES 273.00 PE II LLC . SUPPLIES 3.574.65 PEARSON EDUCATION TEXTBOOKS 19.091.12 PERC SOURCE SUPPLIES 177.95 PERKINS. FRED OFFICIATING 80.00 PITSCO SUPPLIES 310.07 POINT NATIONWIDE LLC SUPPLIES 614.48 POSTMASTER FEES 226.00 POWER SYSTEMS SUPPLIES 385.42 PRAIRIE LIGHTS BOOKS BOOKS 2.658.40 PREFERRED PEST CONTROL SERVICES 150.00 PREMIER AGENDAS INC STUDENT SUPPLIES 3.193.23 PROGRESS PUBLICATIONS SUPPLIES 342.00 PROMEVO COMPUTERS - 75.330.00 PRUFROCK PRESS I NSTR SUPPLIES 480.10 PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS NSTR SUPPLIES 1.333.20 QUALITY PRODUCTS INSTR SUPPLIES 298.86 RANKIN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS INC SERVICES 832.62 RJTIGAN. JODY REIMBURSEMENT 72.95 REALLY GOOD STUFF INC SUPPLIES 359.32 REINEMAN. DIANA REFUND 45.00 REMINDER BAND SUPPLIES 97.09 RICHARDSON. J.P. OFFICIATING 210.00 RIEMAN MUSIC SUPPLIES 17.864.20 RISER INC EQUIPMENT 4.850.00 ROBERTS DAIRY COMPANY DAIRY PRODUCTS 6.215.10 ROCHESTER1(30 INC SUPPLIES 115.00 ROFF. MARCY REFUND 235,00 ROOSEVELT HS ENTRY FEES 90.00 RUSSELL. ROD OFFICIATING 150.00 SARGENT-WELCH LLC SUPPLIES 240.06 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS OF IOWA DUES 425.00 SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION SUPPLIES 522.26 SCHOOL OUTFITTERS EQUIPMENT 1.861.20 SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY SUPPLIES 584.55 SCHOOL TECH SUPPLY SUPPLIES 86.636.00 SCIBA . ENTRY FEES 250.00 SCOTT'S FOODS SUPPLIES 676.96 SECURITY EQUIPMENT INC CAMERA INSTALLATION 15.681.00 SECURITY LOCKSMITHS SUPPLIES 80.50 SERENDIPITY PRESCHOOL SVPP EXPENSE REIMB 3.947.54 SHERWlN WILLIAMS CO SUPPLIES 1.153.00 SHIPLEY. STACI REFUND 45.00 SIEREN. NICOLE REIMBURSEMENT 18.85 SIGNS NOW SUPPLIES 381.50 SIMPSON COLLEGE JAZZ FESTIVAL ENTRY FEE 150.00 SLY-MCANINCH. BILINDA REFUND 36.64 SMITH. TIM OFFICIATING 160.00 SOLUTION TREE SUPPLIES 1.258.00 SOVATH. PETE OFFICIATING 70.00 SPORTSGRAPHICS SUPPLIES 295.00 STANLEY. DEBBIE REIMBURSEMENT 24.00 STAUDE. MARGARET REFUND 45.00 STILES. ROB OFFICIATING 130.00 STOMP. ROBERT OFFICIATING 120.00 STREAM. SHAWN & MACHELLE REFUND 110.00 SUBWAY - NORWALK SUPPLIES 175.00 TARGET BANK SUPPLIES 352.30 TEACHING STRATEGIES. INC SUPPLIES 182.00 THOMAS BUS SALES OF IOWA INC EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES 1.393.19 THOMS PROESTLER COMPANY CATERING SUPPLIES 1.337.95 TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS INC FEE COLLECTION 814.67 TRESONA MULTIMEDIA. LLC SUPPLIES 430.00 UNIVERSAL MERCANTILE EXCHANGE SUPPLIES 100.00 URBANDALE ATHLETICS TUITIOI 90.00 US GAMES SUPPLIES 82.96 VALLEY BAND BOOSTERS ENTRY FEE 125.00 VARSITY SPIRIT FASHIONS UNIFORMS 14.813.00 VILLAGGIO SUPPLIES WACHTER. DEREK OFFICIATING 65.00 WARREN COUNTY TREASURER TAXES 20.793.08 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF IOWA SERVICES 4.763.41 WAUKEE VOCAL MUSIC BOOSTERS REGISTRATION 825.00 WELSCH. KEVIN OFFICIAL 130.00 WELTER STORAGE EQUIPMENT 742.00 WEST DES MOINES COMM SCH DIST SERVICE 12,244.12 WEST MUSIC SUPPLIES 165.45 WESTOWN SPORTS MARKETING SERVICES 2.100.00 WETZEL. MATT REFUND 440.00 WHITE. TONY REFUND 220.00 WIEGERT DISPOSAL INC DISPOSAL 800.00 WINTERSET COMMUNITY SCHOOL ENTRY FEES 160.00 WOOD ROOFING SERVICES 117.659.00 WOODLEY. ANDREW OFFICIATING 130.00 WOODMAN CONTROLS SERVICES 342.11 WULF. DENNIS REIMBURSEMENT 401.25 ZIERKE. HEATHER REFUND 45.00 716.427.87 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session September 30, 2013 Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, George Minecke, Rick Kaul, Justin Fletcher, and Maribeth Wright. The meeting was called to order at 4:05 p.m. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved entering into closed session at 4:05 p.m. as provided under Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(e) to conduct a hearing to consider disciplinary action against a student and to review or discuss records which are required by state or federal law to be kept confidential as provided by Iowa Code Section 21.5(1)(a). The Board returned to open session at 5:25 p.m. Approved expulsion of a student for the remainder of the 2013-2014 school year for violation of student rules contained in Board Policies 502.1,502.41, and 502.41 R1 and the Agreement Regarding Student Discipline between the student's parent and the Norwalk Community School District. At the conclusion of the expulsion period, an application for readmission must be submitted to and ap- proved by the Board prior to the student's readmission to the District in accor- dance with Iowa law and Board policy. The meeting was adjourned at 5:30 p.m. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin, ,Board Secretary OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NORWALK COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Special Session September 30, 2013 The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m Directors Present-Katherine Schmidt, George Meinecke, Rick Kaul, Justin FletcheL and Maribeth Wright. The following motions were made, seconded, and approved: Approved recommended Open Enrollment actions. Approved Personnel.Changes as listed. Approved issuing a contract for $156.400 to DeCarlo Demolition Company for the demolition of all buildings and structures located at 906"School Avenue. Approved the 28E Agreement Between the City of Norwalk and the Norwalk Community School District for Building Management & Consulting Services as amended. -Approved the 28E Agreement with West Des Moines CSD and other cen- tral Iowa school districts for the cooperative purchasing of food and related food service supplies for the 2013-2014 school year. The meeting was adjourned at 7:25 p.m.. Official minutes will be available following board approval. Kate Baldwin Board Secretary Seek Vendors for AIB Fair The AIB College of Business student chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) is seeking craft-makers, individual entrepreneurs and pop-up businesses to participate in its first Small Business and Craft Fair Saturday, Oct. 26, in the AIB Activities Cen- ter, 2500 Fleur Drive. The event is a fundraiser for the student organiza- tion and will help finance the group's trip to Los Ange- les next spring. Space is available for a total of 60 ven- dors and more than half the spaces are already reserved. The rental fee is $60 per space. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 515-244-4221 or swintonk@aib.edu, Garrett to Seek Senate District 13 Seat State Representative Julian Garrett has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for the spe- cial election for Senate District 13, that includes Madi- son County and nearly all of Warren County. "I enjoy serving in the House of Representatives, but I have been frustrated to see so many good bills that we passed in the House just die in the Senate," said Garrett. He added, "I believe that if we are to have a good chance to take control of the Senate in 2014, we must hold onto this Senate seat. I believe I can win the seat. I also believe that we can elect a Republican to take my place in House District 25." Garrett stressed that he will continue to push for the issues that he has campaigned on in the past. "People know me as a fiscal and social conservative and I will continue to stress the issues that I have been working on in the House." Garrett says one of the biggest ac- complishments during his service in the House has been to pass budgets spending less than the state has received in revenue. "In 2011 it took us until June 30, the last day "of the fiscal ye0r, to pass a budget holding the line on spending. The Senate Democrats firally realized that we were serious about spending less than incoming rev-. enues. We have continued that pattern in 2012 and 2013," he pointed out. Garrett was elected to the Iowa House in 2010 and was re-elected in 2012. His house district constitutes half of Senate District 13. In addition to the annual legisla- tive sessions, weekly newsletters and town hall meet- ings around House District 25 have been a significant part of his service. Garrett is a farmer and retired attorney and lives'in the southern part of Warren County with his wife, Nancy, and the youngest of their three sons. The two older boys have graduated with engineering degrees from Iowa State University and the youngest attends Iowa State. Garrett grew up on an Iowa farm where he learned about hard work and personal responsibility. He has raised purebred Charolais cattIe for many years. Garrett is a long time Farm Bureau member. He is a member of the Lutheran Church. Always willing to give his time to our young people, Garrett was a volunteer Little League and soccer coach for more than 12 years. He served on the Indianola Little League Board of Directors for many years and directed the County" Little League post-season tournament for Warren and surrounding counties for several years. In addition, he coached Middle School Mock Trial teams, two of which reached the State Tournament. Paid for by the Garrett for Statehouse Committee Support the Iowa State Fairgrounds The seventh annual Fairgrounds 5K will take place Sunday, Nov. 3, on the Iowa State Fairgrounds. Run- ners, joggers and walkers will have the opportunity to experience the Fairgrounds' park-like setting without the hustle ana bustle of the Fair. Nothing compares to an Iowa State Fair corndog and thi5 is your chance to enjoy one guilt free. The 5K run's scenic race route will take you down the Grand Concourse, around the livestock barns and through the hills of the Campgrounds. Awards will be given to winners in different age groups and to the over- all male and female rnnner. Official RFID timing will be used for the race. Fair-lovers can also participate in the one mile walk. Take a nice stroll through the beautiful Fairgrounds. All participants in the walk will be entered into a drawing for prizes. Just like the Iowa State Fair, the 5K event is for the entire family. Kids are able to participate in the Chase the Cow Kids' Run. All kids will receive a participation .ribbon and a t-5hirt. To make it even more fun, the kids will chase a cow mascot to the finish line! "[n August, the Fairgrounds are filled with great people, music, entertainment, rides and the best food we all look forward to every year. The 5K is the perfect opportunity for [owans to see how one of a kind our Fairgrounds are while the Fair is not going on and also support its preservation and renovation," said Peter Cownie, Blue Ribbon Foundation's new Executive Di- rector. "I encourage all runners, walkers and avid Fair- goers to take part in this spedal event." Volunteers will be needed on race day to help with route directions, water stations, at the finish line and other areas. If you are interested in volunteering, con- tact Drew at 515-262-3111 Ext. 675 or Drew@ BlueRibbon Foundation.org. Online registration for the Fairgrounds 5K is avail- able at www.BlueRibbonFoundation.org. For more inL formation about the Fairgrounds 5K or the Blue Ribbon Foundation, visit our website or call 1-800-450-3732. ' : ", . .