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GENERAL FUND CLAIMS OCTOBER, 2016 ALMQUIST, MALTZAHN, GALLOWAY, & LUTH, P.C. 100.00; ANSLEY LUMBER 9.93; ANSLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 15,324.51; ASK SUPPLY CO 252.98; CHARTER BUSINESS 5239.29; COLE ELECTRIC COMPANY 2708.00; CUSTER PUBLIC POWER 5766.49; DAS STATE ACCOUNTING- CENTRAL FINANCE 238.96; EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT 10 7772.26; ELLIS, BARBARA 317.84; FARMERS CO-OP ASSOCIATION 936.45; FULL CIRCLE IRRIATION 155.20; COVCONNECTION, INC 299.00; HEWLETT-PACKARD FINANCIAL SERVICES (COMPUTER LEASE) 2579.04; HOWARD TRANSPORTATION 394.80; J&J SANITATION 195.46; JOEDEMAN, JESSE 661.70; KLEIN, SHERRIE 27.99; MALINE, SCOTT 95.04; MENARDS 108.27; MOORE MEDICAL 53.53; MOTHERHOOD PRINTING 106.04; NE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARD 144.00; NE COUNCIL SCHOOL ADMINISTRAT 125.00; NEBRASKA ART TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 180.00; NEBRASKA CENTRAL TELEPHONE 125.19; NRCSA 2625.00; OFFICENET 801.31; P&D MARKET 199.28; PETTY CASH FUND 1934.04; POSITIVE PROMOTIONS 202.10; QUILL 176.19; SCHOOL SPECIALTY (SUPPLIES) 147.25; SHERMAN COUNTY TIMES 3.61; SOURCEGAS 136.84; STARFALL EDUCATIN FOUNDATION 150.00; TAYLOR HEATING & COOLING 801.73; TEACHER SYNERGY, LLC 37.49; THOMPSON CO INC 215.82; TRANE U.S. INC 594.50; TROTTER FERTILIZER 100.00; UNISAN NEBRASKA LLC 111.12; VARAH, ALLISON 780.75; VILLAGE OF LITCHFIELD 710.00; WALMART 18.17; WILSON, JOSH 510.68; YANDA’S MUSIC 146.89 Principal’s Report OCTOBER 2016 We had a teachers in-service on Wednesday, October 5, 2016. We introduced our student testing accountability chart. This is a chart that will be kept in an individual folder and we will be having students keep track of the NeSA & MAPS test scores. We will then store them in the counselor’s office. Hoping to be have students keep their progress and have more of an idea of the purpose of their testing. We then had teachers start the evaluation of the testing and identify our strengths and weaknesses. This will be helpful to coming up with our School Improvement goals for the coming 5-years. We also had staff members do a safety walk around the building and grounds to point out any concerns. Dr. Maline and I reviewed the list and are bringing the checklist to the head custodian to be taken care of. 100 year celebration is a success. With the leadership of Mrs. Varah, we had a 100-year celebration of the Litchfield School building on October 6th. We had all elementary students and some middle-school students help with the preparation. Mrs. Varah contacted past teachers and administrators and they talked of their time spent at Litchfield Schools. Blended Learning and ALP learning walks. Peg Coover from ESU 10 was here last week to do learning walks and blended learning observations. She was very impressed and wrote a very complimentary email of our staff and the collaboration among our staff. I attached the email. 12