FARGO BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES REGULAR MEETING October 26, 2021
The Board of Education of the City of Fargo met in regular session on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, virtually via Zoom webinar teleconferencing.
Members present: Jennifer Benson Jim Johnson Robin Nelson Nikkie Gullickson Rebecca Knutson Tracie Newman Seth Holden Brian Nelson David Paulson
Members absent: none
President Rebecca Knutson called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. President Knutson addressed Board members regarding the October 12 Board meeting. She asked Board members to be mindful of GP-10: Board Member Covenants during Board meetings and in Board member interactions. President Knutson asked Board members to speak one at a time during meetings; she will call on Board members with their electronic hand raised through the Zoom webinar system. Robin Nelson moved approval of the agenda with the addition of an HR Addendum. Seth Holden seconded the motion. Jennifer Benson asked that Memo #47 be moved to the Business Section of the agenda. The agenda was approved as modified (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson).
Two citizens addressed the Board. Kristin Sharbono, of the Fargo South and Carl Ben Eielson attendance area, asked for a written response of when masks will be removed in schools in schools and what other options have been explored, how the mask mandate is providing prosperity, and what specific data including confounding factors are being used to support masks are useful in Cass County. She asked why Board members are not wearing masks in public. She stated the School Board does not have her consent to mask her children or make medical decisions for her children. Cassie Schmidt of the group Let Parents Decide That thanked Jennifer Benson and David Paulson for be the voice for those that do not agree with mandated abuse of students and staff. She addressed the Board on their lack of professionalism at the October 12 meeting and on Board members not wearing masks in public outside of the school setting. She shared masks do not work and they are being used as a guise. She, on behalf of Let Parents Decide That, called on the Board to drop the mask mandate and go back to in-person Board meetings.
Principal David Burkman provided a report on Dakota High School, reviewing the educational program offered at the alternative high school and data from the 2021 senior survey. Discussion occurred.
David Burkman reviewed the Fargo Public Schools English Learner (EL) program. There are approximately 87 languages spoken amongst the students in the Fargo Public Schools. Currently, 964 students are actively enrolled in the EL program representing 60 countries. Discussion occurred.
FEA Treasurer Lannette Christmann shared that they are continuing to work on the MOUs in the negotiated agreement with the Board. She also wished principals a happy principal's month.
Dr. Gandhi shared the District is hiring, on the Consent Agenda, a cultural specialist for our schools. The individual already provided training to administrators. He shared about the district's equity and inclusion work and how it differs from Critical Race Theory (CRT). CRT is not part of the ND state standards or used in school curriculum. FPS focuses on inclusion and equity for students, not divisiveness. FPS would support not allowing CRT in our state, however, would not support legislation that would limit any equity and inclusion work in schools. Dr. Gandhi also provided an update on COVID-19 positive case data. He shared data of positive cases by school week for the school year and in comparison to the 2020-21 school year. Discussion occurred. Jennifer Benson moved to immediately discontinue Fargo Public Schools' mask mandate policy. David Paulson seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. Seth Holden moved previous question. Jim Johnson seconded the motion. Upon call of the roll, previous question passed (Yes: Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman; No: Benson, Paulson). Upon call of the roll, the main motion failed (Yes: Benson, Paulson; No: Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman). Discussion occurred on the cultural specialist position. It was noted that the position is supported by ESSER funds and not an administrator position.
Jim Johnson moved adoption of the Consent Agenda with the HR addendum and removal of 5.D. to the Business Section. Seth Holden seconded the motion which passed (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson) thereby causing the following actions to be taken:
A. The minutes of the regular meeting of October 12 were approved as written.
B. The following Human Resources actions were approved:
1. New Hires: Angela O'Donnell, Title 1 Interventionist - Jefferson, UND, BA - 0 (Step 3) - at 100% - $34,336 (150 days); Fabian White, Cultural Specialist - District Office, Lakeland/St Mary's MA - 13 (Step 13) - at 100% - $47,480 (143 days)
C. Administrative Policy 5452 - Longevity Recognition was approved for the 2022-23 fiscal year. (Memo #46)
D. This item was removed from the Consent Agenda. (Memo #47)
E. The bids of RDO Truck Center in the amount of $129,052.78 for two Cube Vans for the Nutrition Services Department were accepted and permission granted to issue a purchase order accordingly. (Memo #51)
F. The following financial reports were approved:
1. The Fund Balance Report for September
2. The Revenue and Expenditure Reports for September
3. Statement of Bank Reconciliation for September
4. Check register for September
Dr. Gandhi presented Memo #48. At a work session in September, long term planning needs for the District was discussed, including items that will impact the Long Range Facility Plan and Long Range Financial Plan. The enrollment at Bennett Elementary School has increased and will soon surpass enrollment projections. A portable classroom has been moved to Bennett and is being used for music education. During the work session, future elementary schools and school needs were discussed. Consensus of the Board was reached to bring a potential attendance boundary change to the Board to provide enrollment relief for Bennett. The proposed change will move the current Bennett Elementary School attendance area that is between 64th and 76th Avenues and between 25th Street and Interstate 29 to Centennial Elementary School. Robin Nelson moved that the Board accept the boundary scenario outlined in Memo #48 effective for the 2022-23 school year as a first reading and provide final approval at the November 9 Board meeting. Jim Johnson seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. It was noted that a letter will be sent to Bennett families about the potential boundary change prior to the next Board meeting. After the attendance boundary change is approved, administration will bring an implementation plan back to the Board for approval. Jennifer Benson moved to postpone the vote and move the discussion to committee. David Paulson seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. It was noted that the committee would be the Planning Committee that it would go to, which meets next on November 23, the same day as a Board meeting. David Paulson moved to amend the motion to insert "the Planning" before committee. Seth Holden seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. Upon call of the roll, the amendment passed (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson). Discussion continued on the motion. It was noted that the topic could be a placeholder for the November 23 Board meeting. It was also noted that a Planning Committee meeting could be added prior to November 23 based on committee member availability. Upon call of the roll, the motion failed (Yes: Benson, Paulson; No: Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman). Discussion continued on the original motion. Upon call of the roll, the motion passed (Yes: Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman; No: Benson, Paulson). (Memo #48)
Seth Holden presented Memo #49. Article IX Salary, Section A. Salary Calculation Formula, Subsection 2, Paragraph E, currently states, "All teachers as identified in Article I will increase one step on Appendix A each year except for the following: Those teachers employed during the 2020-2021 school year receiving the largest salary in a lane shall begin the 2021-2022 school year with a step number increased by two. This provision shall not apply to teachers in the MA+45 lane". At the October 5, 2021 negotiations meeting between the Fargo Education Association and Fargo Board of Education, agreement was reached to amend the last sentence of Paragraph E and replace it with the following: This provision shall not apply to teachers in the MA+45 lane with less than twenty years of experience. The result of this language change will be that existing teachers in the MA+45 lane and at step 18 that have at least 20 years of completed experience will be placed at step 20 which parallels newly hired teachers within the MA+45 lane that have at least 20 years of completed applicable experience being initially placed at step 20. The signed amendment attached to this memo will result in a change of approximately 208 teacher contracts at a cost of $215,785 with a retroactive effective date of August 23, 2021. Seth Holden moved to approve the agreed upon amendment to Article IX Salary, Section A. Salary Calculation Formula, Subsection 2, Paragraph E. where the last sentence of paragraph E is rescinded and replaced with the following: "This provision shall not apply to teachers in the MA+45 lane with less than twenty years of experience." Brian Nelson seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. Upon call of the roll, the motion passed (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson). (Memo #49)
Jackie Gapp presented Memo #50. She shared that this approval is a "housekeeping item." FPS has one bond that has a different disclosure timeframe than all others bons. FPS is desiring to have all bonds on a 365-day notice. Jim Johnson moved to authorize the Amended and Restated Continuing Disclosure Certificate for the Limited Tax Refunding Bonds, Series 2012 by adopting the attached Resolution as outlined in Memo #50. Tracie Newman seconded the motion. Upon call of the roll, the motion passed (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson). (Memo #50)
Jennifer Benson shared comments on suggestions for policy revisions included in the GP-6, 8, 11, 12, 13 and 14 monitoring report; she shared concerns on suggestions on limiting Board members participation in Board related activities. Robin Nelson moved to accept the GP monitoring document. Seth Holden seconded the motion. Discussion occurred. Upon call of the roll, the motion passed (Yes: Benson, Gullickson, Holden, Johnson, Knutson, Nelson, B., Nelson, R., Newman, Paulson). (Memo #47)
Committee & Liaison Reports
The Planning Committee meets next on November 23. (Johnson)
The Health Insurance Committee met last week and reviewed claim numbers. Currently, claims are tracking as anticipated, perhaps even a little low. The committee is looking at ways to hold down cost increases. (Johnson)
Jim Johnson reminded Board members of the need to fully review the board meeting packet prior to the meeting.
The Communications, Engagement and Advocacy Committee did not meet in October but will in November. (Gullickson)
The Recess Commission meets on October 27. (Gullickson)
The COVID-19 dashboard for schools went live; it is updated every day at 10 a.m. (Newman)
Jennifer Benson indicated a constituent asked the Board a question on thea contract with Fargo Cass Public Health via email and she has not seen a response given. She asked to receive the reply as well. She also asked to receive the reply to the recognition of audience speakers. She shared concerns on Board members calling previous question and believes the Board is abusing its use. She asked Board members to avoid questioning the motives of others during discussion.
A special interim legislative session will begin November 8. The ND legislature has four remaining regular session days to use for the special session. Bills are being proposed on COVID-19 mitigation strategies and Critical Race Theory. (Nelson, R.)
Board member liaison meetings: Newman to Discovery for liaison visit; Nelson, R. to Chamber public policy committee and tour of Explorer Academy.
President Knutson said the Governance Committee meets on October 27 virtually. She will be meeting with Kim Belgarde in November and will discuss the recess commission and agenda planning for salary commission. The tentative date for the first salary commission meeting is November 15 at 4:30 p.m.
The next regular meeting was confirmed for Tuesday, November 9 at 5:30 p.m. There being no further business to come before the Board, President Knutson declared the meeting adjourned at 7:50 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 2021 PAYMENTS MADE ; 702 COMMUNICATIONS $4,527.54 ; A & B PIZZA $157.30 ; A & B PIZZA $173.10 ; A & R ROOFING CO $566 ; A & R ROOFING CO $123,678 ; A.S.P. OF MOORHEAD, INC $354.61 ; A.S.P. OF MOORHEAD, INC $4,732 ; A-1 SEWER & DRAIN $184 ; A-1 SEWER & DRAIN $242 ; A-1 SEWER & DRAIN $566 ; A-1 SEWER & DRAIN $1,419.70 ; AARFOR, JOHN WILLIAM $150 ; AARFOR, JOHN WILLIAM $150 ; ABRAHAMSON, ROBIN $21.55 ; ACADEMIC PLANNERS PLUS $13,658.72 ; ACCENT WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTS $2,691 ; ACE FIRE PROTECTION LLC $112.90 ; ACE FIRE PROTECTION LLC $840.55 ; ACME TOOLS $125.61 ; ACME TOOLS $22,152.15 ; ADVANCE GARAGE DOOR $1,100 ; ADVANTAGE CREDIT BUREAU $11,902 ; AIR MECHANICAL $38,318.26 ; ALOMAR, ALI $118 ; ALOMAR, ALI $118 ; ALOMAR, ALI $130 ; AMAZON.COM $62,606.28 ; AMERICAN RED CROSS $1,274.40 ; AMERICAN TIME $968.21 ; AMERICAN VOLLEYBALL COACHES ASSOC $85 ; AMERICA'S BATTLE OF THE BOOKS $40 ; AMERICA'S BATTLE OF THE BOOKS $80 ; AMERMAN, KIMBRA $1.06 ; ANDERSEN COUNSELING PC $2,000 ; ANNE CARLSEN CENTER FOR CHILDREN $14,082.89 ; APPLE COMPUTERS $378 ; APPLE COMPUTERS $537 ; ARAMARK $53.95 ; ARAMARK $62.43 ; ARAMARK $116.38 ; ART & LEARN $85.37 ; ASCD $239 ; ASCD $239 ; ATTAINMENT COMPANY $145.95 ; ATTAINMENT COMPANY $4,125.66 ; AUDIO CONSULTANTS $300 ; AUDIO CONSULTANTS $2,000 ; AVI SYSTEMS, INC $1,038 ; AVI SYSTEMS, INC $31,413 ; AXTMAN, SARAH $90.33 ; AZURE, SYDNEY $26.38 ; B & H PHOTO-VIDEO $4,618 ; BAKHSHI, SEDIGHEH $556.49 ; BARCODES DISCOUNT $124.16 ; BARCODES DISCOUNT $729.27 ; BARDELL, VAN JACKSON $500 ; BARDELL, VAN JACKSON $1,052.05 ; BARNES & NOBLE $324.43 ; BAUMGARDNER, NICOLE $29.75 ; BEATON, MICHAEL $249.56 ; BEE SEEN GEAR $425.58 ; BEE SEEN GEAR $2,075.84 ; BEECHIE, LEANNE $50 ; BEECHIE, LEANNE $50 ; BEECHIE, LEANNE $200 ; BENSON, JAMIE $15.90 ; BERG, KEITH $29.75 ; BERNATELLO'S $174 ; BERNATELLO'S $243 ; BERNATELLO'S $393 ; BERNATELLO'S $729 ; BERTSCH, MICHELLE $262.34 ; BEST BUY COMPANY $2,199.98 ; BEST BUY COMPANY $6,985.17 ; BIERSCHBACH EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY $243.80 ; BINA, ZAUNDRA D $139.50 ; BINA, ZAUNDRA D $139.50 ; BISMARCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS $100 ; BIX PRODUCE $15,511.40 ; BIX PRODUCE $20,454.71 ; BIX PRODUCE $24,464.80 ; BLACKBOARD $40,251.91 ; BLAIR, JOSH $312.88 ; BLICK ART MATERIALS $761.45 ; BLOCK, CODY $109 ; BLONIGEN, MARK G. $139.50 ; BLOWS SEW & VAC $4,349.25 ; BOPPA'S BAGELS $298.37 ; BORDER STATES ELECTRIC $1,266.66 ; BORDER STATES ELECTRIC $1,748.32 ; BORDER STATES ELECTRIC $3,302.46 ; BOROWICZ, KILEY $70 ; BRAUN INTERTEC CORPORATION $767.50 ; BREEN, JIM P $150 ; BRENDEN, STEPHANIE ANN $139.50 ; BRENDEN, STEPHANIE ANN $241.50 ; BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA $1,360 ; BRONAUGH, PRESTON T $84.50 ; BRONAUGH, PRESTON T $159.50 ; BROWN-WILBERT INC $240 ; BSN SPORTS $8,520.95 ; BURNN BOILER & MECHICAL $958.80 ; BUSINESS ESSENTIALS $360 ; BUSINESS ESSENTIALS $45,048.50 ; BUSINESS ESSENTIALS $144,774.28 ; BUSINESSOLVER $8,774.81 ; BYTESPEED $4,098.50 ; CADENCE INSOLES $506.49 ; CAMERON, JOHN $150 ; CAMERON, JOHN $225 ; CAPSTONE A COUGHLAN COMPANY $16,786 ; CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL $169.91 ; CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL $255.55 ; CARR, ALICE $10 ; CASH WISE FOODS $78.12 ; CASH WISE FOODS $349.33 ; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING $1,058.40 ; CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING $1,199.80 ; CASS CLAY CREAMERY $8,180.64 ; CASS CLAY CREAMERY $9,946.58 ; CASS CLAY CREAMERY $19,742.09 ; CASS COUNTY $4,254.30 ; CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC COOP $400 ; CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC COOP $64,599.32 ; CDW G CORPORATE OFFICE $973.62 ; CDW G CORPORATE OFFICE $1,592.58 ; CENGAGE LEARNING $2,413.95 ; CENGAGE LEARNING $6,960.10 ; CENTER FOR EDUCATION & $159 ; CENTRAL REGIONAL EDUCATION ASSOC $300 ; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF FM $375 ; CHARLIE & SONS ELECTRIC $17,967 ; CHILLER SYSTEMS, INC $1,225 ; CHILLER SYSTEMS, INC $2,017.27 ; CHRISTIAN EGGERT VIOLIN $986.08 ; CHRISTIANSON, KENT WAYNE $75 ; CHRISTIANSON, KENT WAYNE $75 ; CITY OF FARGO $38.24 ; CITY OF FARGO $180 ; CITY OF FARGO $937.14 ; CITY OF FARGO $3,659.05 ; CITY OF FARGO $13,032.20 ; CITY OF MOORHEAD $463.32 ; CITYWIDE ELECTRIC $10,793 ; CLEARINGHOUSE $64.42 ; CLEARINGHOUSE $103.90 ; COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY HIGH COUNTRY $1,409.72 ; COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY HIGH COUNTRY $1,418.81 ; COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY HIGH COUNTRY $1,614.17 ; COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY HIGH COUNTRY $4,590.54 ; CODY, SOPHIA $77 ; COGNIA $1,625 ; COLE PAPER COMPANY $118.05 ; COLE PAPER COMPANY $1,678.75 ; COLE PAPER COMPANY $4,814.04 ; COLE PAPER COMPANY $5,648 ; COLE PAPER COMPANY $13,885.19 ; COLES, KADE M $67.14 ; COMMUNITY LIVING SERVICES $11,691.88 ; CONCORDIA COLLEGE $8,000 ; CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATIONS $279.81 ; CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS $48,062.19 ; CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY INC $13,980.83 ; CONVENIENT CARE $60 ; CORPORATE TECHNOLOGIES $4,580 ; COSTCO $260 ; COSTCO $323.84 ; COTE, TERRY $101.30 ; COUNTRY MEATS $178 ; CREATIVE ARTS STUDIO $24.41 ; CROWN TROPHY $255 ; CSTAND $190 ; CULINEX $3.11 ; CULINEX $823.70 ; CULINEX $3,197.57 ; DABHI, ELIZABETH $20 ; DACOTAH PAPER COMPANY $151.38 ; DACOTAH PAPER COMPANY $346.69 ; DACOTAH PAPER COMPANY $703.04 ; DACOTAH PAPER COMPANY $770.53 ; DAHLBERG, PAUL $9 ; DAHLBERG, PAUL $218 ; DAKOTA FENCE $4,655 ; DAKOTA FENCE $5,915 ; DAKOTA FENCE $30,945.11 ; DAKOTA PLAYGROUND $8,566 ; DAKOTA REFRIGERATION INC $426.25 ; DAKOTA REFRIGERATION INC $732.71 ; DAKOTA REFRIGERATION INC $2,073.77 ; DAKOTA REFRIGERATION INC $3,465.94 ; DASOVICK, JEFFREY $6.16 ; DEMARCEL PHOTOGRAPHY $178 ; DEMCO $107.87 ; DEMCO $461.99 ; DEPT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $803.28 ; DESIGNER TOPS $1,305 ; DEVILS LAKE PUBLIC SCHOOLS $120 ; DEX YP $73.50 ; DIRT DYNAMICS $2,700 ; DISCOVERY BENEFITS $37,500.31 ; DISCOVERY BENEFITS $37,730.31 ; DISCOVERY BENEFITS $188,921.25 ; DJO GLOBAL $540.23 ; DOMINO'S PIZZA $475.75 ; DOMINO'S PIZZA $588.25 ; DON'S CAR WASH $22.99 ; DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP $300 ; DOYLE'S YELLOW CHECKER CAB $981.73 ; DUNN, CONNOR J $75 ; DUNN, CONNOR J $137 ; DUNN, CONNOR J $147 ; DUNN, DYLAN $75 ; DUNN, DYLAN $75 ; DUNN, DYLAN $84.50 ; DURACO $84.50 ; DURGIN, DOUGLAS R $225 ; EARTHWALK COMMUNICATIONS $3,756 ; ECKROTH MUSIC $11.70 ; ECKROTH MUSIC $1,489.64 ; EDGENUITY $40,000 ; EDGEWOOD GOLF COURSE $150 ; EDUCATORS BENEFIT CONSULTANTS $468.09 ; EDUCATORS BENEFIT CONSULTANTS 403 $9,144.31 ; EDUCATORS BENEFIT CONSULTANTS 403 $9,644.28 ; EDUCATORS BENEFIT CONSULTANTS 403 $100,701.95 ; EICHOLTZ MASONRY $1,050 ; ELITE ACOUSTICS $69,736.50 ; EMERGING PRAIRIE $60 ; ENABLING DEVICES $147.95 ; ENGER, TRISH $205 ; ERBERT & GERBERT $122.31 ; ERBERT & GERBERT $139.70 ; ERBERT & GERBERT $175 ; ERICKSON, JILL E $52.50 ; ERSTAD, BRYAN $150 ; ESTR $411 ; ETSYSTEMS, INC $5,584.53 ; EXPLORELEARNING $1,330 ; FAIRFIELD INN $552 ; FAIRFIELD INN $736 ; FAIRFIELD INN $1,012 ; FARGO CABINETS $3,225 ; FARGO GLASS & PAINT $104.30 ; FARGO HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT $7,800 ; FARGO NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS $1,150.52 ; FARGO NORTHWEST PIPE FITTINGS $6,126.33 ; FARGO PARK DISTRICT $300 ; FARGO PARK DISTRICT $1,839 ; FARGO PUBLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION $110 ; FARGO TIRE SERVICE $676.43 ; FARGO WATER DEPT $5,870.71 ; FARGO WATER DEPT $9,312.34 ; FARGO WATER DEPT $26,879.06 ; FARKAS, TYLER $84.50 ; FARKAS, TYLER $84.50 ; FAR-MOOR ACOUSTICS & FLOORS $22,881.80 ; FCCLA $13 ; FEVIG OIL COMPANY $180.66 ; FEVIG OIL COMPANY $1,515 ; FIELD, KATIE $4.48 ; FIELD, KATIE $5.10 ; FIELD, KATIE $14 ; FIELD, KATIE $15.80 ; FIRST $772 ; FISHER, JEAN M. $38.50 ; FISHER, JEAN M. $38.50 ; FISHER, JEAN M. $139.50 ; FLINN SCIENTIFIC $245.51 ; FLUENCY MATTERS $141 ; F-M FLOORING $495 ; F-M FLOORING $12,945 ; FOLDEN, KENNEDY $192.50 ; FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC $59,353.93 ; FORDERER, MEL $260 ; FORUM $19.44 ; FORUM $1,099 ; FORUM $1,911.12 ; FRIESENS $34,570.61 ; FRS $54 ; FULL CIRCLE PEDIATRIC SOLUTIONS $6,101.20 ; G & R CONTROLS $2,912.50 ; GABBARD, MICHAEL $450 ; GATE CITY BANK $250 ; GEISZLER, GRANT $84.50 ; GEISZLER, GRANT $150 ; GEISZLER, GRANT $150 ; GENERAL PARTS $811.71 ; GERRELLS SPORT CENTER $415.60 ; GERRELLS SPORT CENTER $557.89 ; GIMKIT $650 ; GLADUE, CHRISTINA $20 ; GO PROMO, LLC $176 ; GOERTS, SARAH $40.10 ; GOIN' POSTAL $44.99 ; GOODIN COMPANY $44.25 ; GOPHER SPORTS EQUIPMENT $89.96 ; GOPHER SPORTS EQUIPMENT $2,232.20 ; GOPHER SPORTS EQUIPMENT $11,017.28 ; GRAF, TODD B $150 ; GRAFTON INTEGRATED HEALTH NETWORK $15,400.32 ; GRAFTON INTEGRATED HEALTH NETWORK $17,191 ; GRAINGER $1,119.41 ; GRAINGER $2,124.36 ; GRAINGER $6,078.36 ; GRAND FORKS PUBLIC SCHOOLS $315 ; GRANDE, TRISSA $115.50 ; GRAPHIC EDGE $323.85 ; GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION $2,108.92 ; GREMINGER, JANE $48.80 ; GROVUM, BARBARA $50 ; GRUCHALLA, KIMBERLY $59.50 ; GRUGEL, KIMBERLY $101.57 ; GUMKE, KELSEY $220.08 ; GUNDERSON, DENISE $47.88 ; GUST, DAVID R. $154 ; GUST, DAVID R. $279 ; H2I GROUP $54,621 ; HAGEN'S MOBILE HOME SERVICE $12,740 ; HAGER, LONDA $46.17 ; HAJICEK, MARNI R. $139.50 ; HALO BRANDED SOLUTIONS $12,480 ; HAMILTON, BRITTNEY $35.56 ; HANNESTAD, LOGAN $30 ; HANSON, ERIKA $5.66 ; HANSON, SHAWN $90 ; HANSON, SHAWN $330 ; HANSON, STAN $65 ; HANSON, STAN $150 ; HARDWARE DISTRIBUTORS $111.32 ; HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS $416.66 ; HARTER, JANICE $92 ; HAWKINS $137.98 ; HAWKINS $539.98 ; HAWKINS $707.30 ; HAZELDEN PUBLISHING $52,666.67 ; HEALY AWARDS $275.46 ; HEARING SOLUTIONS, INC $3,200 ; HEARTLAND BUSINESS SYSTEMS $5,106.25 ; HEATH, ARATI $32.14 ; HECKAMAN, DANIEL $101.50 ; HEGGERTY PHONEMIC AWARENESS $971.87 ; HEGGERTY PHONEMIC AWARENESS $4,837.80 ; HEINEMANN $60 ; HELLAS CONSTRUCTION $51,305 ; 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