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November 24, 1994 bz [areubon ew CLARENDON CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT COMBINED STATEMENT OF REVENUES. E)O:'END/TUR$, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE ALL QOI/ERNMENTAL FUND TYPES YEAR END AUGUST 31. 1994 Data Control Cec= REVENUE8: 5700 Local. Intermediate, and Out-of-State 5800 State Program Remnues 5900 Federal Program Revenues 5030 Total Revenues Governmental Fund Types 100-199 200-499 500-599 General Special Debt Service Fund Revenue Fund Fund $ . 964,049 $ 67,069 $ 45,704 1,701,20 2,304 - 1 t681 162,455 - $ 2rf56,933 $ 231,828 $ 45.704 DPENDITURE$: 0011 In$truc#on 0021 InMrtc#onal AdminiMration 0022 Irmb'tc#onel Ruouroes and Media Services 0023 School Acln 0025 Curriculum & Instruct. Staff Development 0031 Guidance and Counaeling Services OO33 Health Servicel 0034 Student Trarsportation 00315 Co-curricular ActMtl OO37 Food Serces 0041 General AdminiMration 0O42 Debt serVc'es 0051 Plant Maintenance and Operations 0052 Facilltiel Acqultion and Cormtruction 6050 Total Expenditures $ 1100 Excess (DeCciancy) Revenues Over Expenditures $ 238.601 7990 Other Relour 17,395 e990 Other (UINB) (16,621) 1200 Ea=:m (Defciancy) of Revenues and Other Flaurms Over Expendlturas and Other Uses $ 239,575 0100 Fund Balance - September I (Beginning) 1,3,792 1.525.048 $ 85.284 $ - - 4,319 - 59.976 - - 137.427 - - 2.961 - - 33,709 - - 6,542 - - 115,207 - - 115,111 - - - 116,201 - 200,158 - - - - 46,274 228,175 23,299 - 3,818 - - 2r428,132 $ 229r104 $ 46.274 $ 2.724 $ (569) 2,185 w $ 4.009 $ (569) (0) 5.567 1....!m+) ln..+F+u.l!ance .(Note IN) ...................... (45,47 ................................................... (4,909} +!i+!++;++i+++iE!g)+++i :i+: '+i+i! ++!+ ++++++!i+i+:+:+i+;i++!+;+i+++ii+++i++;++;++i+++++++;i!+i+:i++i! '++++:+'++'+++++'++ + + :::: :s++:+:++::+: ,+-s:99e Nov. 15, 1994 Boys Clarendon ...... .51 Palo Duro ...... .61 Leading scorers were Danny with 16 points and ' Fields with 10 point& Gtrb Clarendon. ...... 49 we=  me...69 Leading scorers were 16 pints and Ashcraft November 19,1994 Boys Clarendon......93 Spearman. ..... .58 Corey Fields 36 points, and , McC..Juapbell 14 points Clarendon 1-1 District Players ADistrict football players re named for District 2- L1arendon 1st Team Running Back, ;2rid Team Tackle, 2rid Team Defem/ve James HOJL 2rid Team Seth McAfe; Team Cornerback, Todd School Minutes 10,1994 Tho=endon e Board of Trustees of Consolidated In- School District met in at 7.'00 p.m. in the B Members Preaem: Preaident V'u:e,-nt Dan Secretary Lynne W'dliam& Fletcher, Elmonette Bivem, Lemley. Members absent: School Officials Present: Phil Superintendent, Larry High School Principal, Carroll, Junior High Prin- and Mike Word, Elementary Others Present: Wayne Rene'e Connie Haven& Linda Todd Baker, Scott Biveus, Kidd, Kim Wootten, Gayie Dale A. Swan, P.C., and Thompum, Clarendon In- Company. Minutes of the Regular of Octoher 13, 1994 were ,Elmoneae Biven& by Dan Hall to approve minutes. Motion carded unan- r 5-0..0. The financial statement for month of October was ap by board action. Bills incurred by the Claren- Public Schools and the Busi- were presented. Mo- by Phil Fletcher, seoonded by Lendcy that bills be allowed ordered paid. Motion carried with Phil Fletcher abstained Harlan's Flowers and El- monette Bivens abstained on Biven's Pharmacy. Open Forum: Band repre- sentatives Kim Wootten, Scott Biveus, and Keith Kidd presented the Board with a thank you card signed by members of the band. The administration and board members expressed their apprecia- tion to the band and Mr. Baker for working so hard to achieve excel- lence and assured them of the sup- port of the school and town. Connie Havens discussed the history of a sports injury of her daughter, Crystal, which required surgery. The injury occurred in 1991. She said only a small portion of the bill was paid before the school's student insurance com- pany went out of business. Mrs. Havens said she brought most of the paperwork to Mr. Walker, but nothing has been located. Mr. Barefield will investigate the status of the claim and work to assist Crys- tal in receiving all coverage she was entitled to. Wayne Dover, from Hem- phill Bus Sales, gave general infor- mation and answered questions about bus features. Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Phil Fletcher to call for bids on an 81 passenger bus, 1995 model. Bids to be opened December 8, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. Mo- tion carried unanimously 5-0-0. Motion by Elmonette Bivens, seconded by Dan Hall to increase the designated unreserved fund balance of $200,000 for construc- tion, repairs and renovation and adding $365,000 for capital outlay expenditures. Motion carried u- nanimously 5-0-0. Dale Swan, CPA, reviewed the 1993-94 school year financial audit report. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Joe Lemley to approve the 93-94 audit as presented. Motion carried unani- mously 5-0-0. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Elmonette Bivens to accept the bid for property and vehicle insurance, without the uninsured motorist and excess liability, from Clarendon Insurance Company with the bid being $15,117..36. Motion carried unani- mously 5-0-0. Moti'on 'ly Joe Lemley, seconded by Dan Hall to call for cafeteria bids on food and non- food supplies from January 2, 1995 through May 19, 1995. Bids to be opened at 2:00 p.m. on December 8, 1994. Motion carried unani- mously 5-0-0. Wrap Up A Bargain Children's Wear 25% Off .:, Pants Sets One Size Fits All- $17.99   Plus Sizes - $24.99 + .' o_ Sweaters ,19.99 - ,2s.99 One Rack Dress Wear 1/2 Price IMII MIIIMIImlIMI Mllmlllmllil I Don't Miss Our 1st Anniversary Sale Dec. 1, 2, & 3 Everything On Sale 25% - 50% - 75% Off JJJJJJJJJJJJJ||||||| A & J' S FASHION APPAREL Downtown Clarendon 215 S. Kearney 874-2178 Totals ..... (Memorandum Only) 97 August 31, 1993 $ 1,426,563 1,425,1 24 152,962 $ 3,004,649 Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Joe Lemley to call for bids on a 15 passenger van. Bids to be opened on January 12, 1995 at 2:00 p.m. Motion carried unani- mously 5-0-0. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Dan Hall to employ a teacher assistant for the High School. Motion carried unani- mously 5.0.0. $ 1,501,604 5,337 50,431 125,712 4,333 33,439 5,175 109,387 96,296 115,404 220,596 44.000 214,047 $ 2,525,751 $ 478,888 23,945 (23,945) $ 478.888 911.471 $ 1,3g0.35 Motion by Elmonette Biven seconded by Lynne W'dliams to ap- prove the Campus Improvement Plan for Clarendon Junior High. Motion carried unanimously 5-0-0. Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Phil Fletcher to call for bids on the Lelia Lake School property. These bids to be opened January 12, 1995 at 8:00 p.m. Mo- tion carried unanimously 5-0-0. Page 7 Motion by Elmonette Bivens, seconded by Joe Lcmley to ap- prove a request for a maximum class size waiver for the f'n'st grade. Motion carried unanimously 5-0-0. Motion by Joe Lemley, seconded by Phil Fletcher to adopt Board Policy GKA (legal). Motion carried unanimously. An update on facility needs included a discussion of heat- ing/cooling units for the elementary and junior high schools. Mr. Barefield is applying for a grant from Texas Education Agency for a direct connection to TENET as a resource system for students and staff. The grant would provide up to $50,000 for telephone lines, equipment and staff develop- ment. Motion by Dan Hall, seconded by Lynne Williams to authorize Phil Barefield to apply for PL 81-8"/4 (federal impact aid) Funds for the 1994-95 school year. Motion carried unanimously 5-0-0. Enrollment: High School 161, Junior High 122, Elementary 234, Total 517. Administrative Reports were shared by Mike Word, Donnie Car- roll, and Larry Jeffers, and Phil Barefield. Motion by Phil Fletcher, seconded by Dan Hall to adjourn subject to call of the president or until the next regular board meet- ing on December 8, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. in the Admires" tration Build- hag. Motion carried unanimously 5- 0.0. Johnny Floyd, President ATTEST: Lynne Williams, Secretary YOUR 5HOPPIIV6 HEA '5 Prices Effective November 23-29, 1994 Clarendon, Texas SAVE ON SHURRNE PEPSI-C0LA 99 TENDEF TURKEY HENS SHURFINE  TO ( PLAIN OR IODIZED BLACK BBQ BEEF SHURFINE PEPPER SALT , o. c,, SANDWICHES ,. o= EACH REGULAR LAY'S' CHIPS Au+u ,,.,,.z, SANDWICH BREAKFAST BREAD BURRITOS Lo 69,d EACH OR FOR ONLY . I FOR CHOPPED ,uQ,;, HAM 10 OZ. PKG. o200'.p BROWN 'N SERVE ROLLS OOKIEI SHURFINE CRANBURY SAUCE 59 SHURFINE CHICKEN BROTH 49 SHURFINE CORN 1t OZ. SHURFINE BROWN & POWDERED SUGAR 89 SHURFINE 49= " PUMPKIN