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lane change with a second from director Eaton. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. Supt. Drake recommended the lane change for Chandra Poore from 3-4 ($33,766.00) to 4-4 ($35,721.00). Director Schafer made a motion to approve the recommendation with a second from director West. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. Supt. Drake recommended the following corrections to Flags: Crystal Storhoff will be .33 FTE ($337.00) and Tiffany Wimer will be .66 FTE ($1,020.00). Director Eaton made a motion to approve the corrections with a second from director Schafer. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. Supt. Drake recommended the employment of Joan Moore at .5 FTE Title I associate at a salary of $7,475.00 for the 2012-2013 school year. Director West made a motion to approve the recommendation with a second from director Eaton. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. Consideration of: On motion by director West and seconded by director Eaton, it was resolved: That all bills presented be allowed. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. There was one addition to the bills: Absolute Concrete - Pay Application #2 in the amount of $152,362.99. The pay application had a change order included for the amount of $6,600.00. Discussion was held as to the purpose of the change order. Director Schafer made a motion to pay Absolute Concrete $152,362.99 less the $6,600.00 until the contractor can provide an explanation for the change order. The motion was seconded by director West. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. Director Eaton made a motion to accept the secretary/treasurer financial report as submitted. Seconded by director Schafer. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. Superintendent’s report: 1) Tornado saferoom – Supt. Drake has met with Jim Hymbaugh and Clint Poore to establish a final punch list; 2) Home School Assistance Letter – Letters have been sent to all Home Schooled families inviting them to participate in our Home School Assistance Program; 3) Senator Ernst and Representative Dolecheck Will visit the school on September 24, 2012; 4) IASB district/regional meeting will be in Red Oak on Oct. 9, 2012. Adjournment: With there being no further business, director Eaton made a motion to adjourn. Seconded by director West. Motion carried 4-0, unanimously. GENERAL FUND Access Systems, Sharp copier payment, $324.35. ACE Educational Supplies, elementary instruction supplies, $57.82. Mount Ayr Activity Fund, staff flash drives, $450.00. ADA Badminton & Tennis, high school physical education equipment, $343.00. Air Filter Sales & Services, maintenance supplies, $88.54. Alliant Energy, gas/electricity, $18,655.78. Apple, Microsoft licenses/special education/media equipment, $19,482.00. AssetWorks, Inc., fixed asset inventory, $1,200.00. Bedford Community School, used laptop, $350.00. Beth Christner, preschool supplies, $28.03. Bill Floor Mach Service, maintenance repair parts, $97.91. Bio Corporation, science supplies, $336.32.

Brennan Industries, high school physical education supplies, $282.00. Canon Financial Services, Inc., copier lease, $774.08. Carrollton Inn, LETERS training, $604.80. Cardmember Service, supplies/ equipment/postage, $496.77. Communication Innovators, Inc., media purchased service, $552.50. Companion, elementary/high school library circulation system, $998.00. Country Blossoms, board of education flowers, $35.00. Creston News Advertiser, high school library periodical/TAP supplies, $159.00. Cummins Central Power LLC, bus barn parts, $22.58. De Lage Landen, printers, $1,131.11. Demco, elementary library equipment, $177.64. Derald’s Garage, maintenance repair parts, $26.99. Derek Lambert, maintenance supplies, $117.14. The Des Moines Register, elementary library/TAP/high school library subscriptions, $817.63. Developmental Studies Center, Making Meaning - Iowa core curriculum, $4,087.50. Divine Waste, landfill services/ fees, $1,693.50. Dollar General Corporation/ Charge Sales, high school principal/ special education supplies, $209.95. Essdack, Kevin Honeycutt - PD, $8,000.00. Farmers Cooperative Company, maintenance supplies, $57.37. Federal Express, FedEx ground services, $217.88. Flinn Scientific, Inc., science supplies, $562.76. Follett Educational Services, math textbooks, $1,161.24. Follett Library Book Company, special education Level III supplies, $577.23. Foster Bros. Wood Products, wood chips, $1,196.00. Glendenning Motor Co., bus barn parts, $72.00. Goodheart Willcox Co., Inc., industrial arts supplies,$147.20. Gopher Sport, high school physical education supplies, $74.53. Hearlihy & Co., vocational mechanics supplies, $22.85. The Highsmith Co., Inc., elementary instruction supplies, $85.31. Holt McDougal, math supplies, $376.47. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, elementary math workbooks/elementary instruction textbooks, $8,810.50. Howards Sporting Good, protective equipment, $2,026.48. Hy-Vee, Inc., special education supplies, $33.00. Iowa Communications Network, network services, $2.92. Jennifer Haveman, registration fees refund, $105.00. John Deere Financial, bus barn repair parts, $2,161.60. Jodie Geist, TAP/Level III supplies/Level I meeting expense, $253.27. Jostens, diplomas, $693.86. Kelvin, PLTW supplies, $384.18. Lakeshore Learning Materials, elementary instruction/Little Raider supplies, $297.90. Lawson Products, Inc., bus barn maintenance, $84.89. The Leon Journal-Reporter, school registration ad, $42.00. Lynn’s Sinclair, professional development supplies, $263.20. Lynne Wallace, principal travel reimbursement, $362.62. Mark’s Plumbing Parts, maintenance water fountain repair/repair parts, $739.27. AEA 8, visiting teacher fee, $850.00. Maryville Typewriter Exchange, high school principal equipment, $343.06. Meyer Laboratory, Inc., maintenance supplies/general supplies, $534.00.

MFA Oil Company, gas/diesel, $4,157.22. Midwest 3D Solutions LLC, PLTW supplies/professional development PLTW training, $4,670.00. Midwest Office Technology, copier maintenance/Sites for Learning copier maintenance, $1,615.26. Model Me Kinds LLC, special education Level II supplies, $285.80. Morrell Manufacturing, Inc., high school physical education supplies, $71.32. M & S Technologies, Sopho software, $3,018.22. Mount Ayr Farm & Home, maintenance supplies, $133.00. Mount Ayr Record-News, Good News / advertising / high school / elementary library periodicals, $527.01. NAPA Auto Parts, maintenance supplies, $23.93. Nasco, elementary instruction equipment, $782.19. Northwest Lock & Glass, LLC, maintenance door closers, $2,400.00. Odysseyware, special education/alt. Odysseyware license, $16,150.00. Oriental Trading Co., Inc., ECSC supplies, $83.23. Pci Educational Publishing, special education Level II/special education supplies, $229.88. Pearson Education, special education textbooks, $538.84. Phillips 66 Company, gasoline, $132.62. Pitsco, Inc., industrial arts/science supplies, $695.68. Plank Road Publishing, elementary vocal supplies, $107.25. Premier Resource Services, bus barn tools, $81.42. Printcraft, Inc., Good News, $152.90. Pride of Iowa Conference, 201213 conference dues, $400.00. Really Good Stuff, elementary instruction supplies, $66.92. Red Oak Welding Supplies, Inc., industrial arts supplies/bus barn acetylene, $103.15. Redcort Software, TAP/special education software, $125.00. Renaissance Learning, Microsoft AR Enterprise Real, $5,896.08. Rieman Music, music supplies, $100.00. Ringgold County EMS Association, CPR training, $512.00. Ringgold County Hospital, special education/maintenance gloves/ nurse supplies, $392.60. Rochester 100, Inc., elementary instruction supplies, $425.25. Rotert Plumbing & Electric, plumbing/heating/cooling, $535.00. Sai, institute new admin./annual conference, $220.00. Sam’s Club/GECRB, TAP supplies/special education equipment, $926.84. School Health Supply Co., nurse supplies/recovery couch, $2,022.07. School Specialty, Inc., elementary instruction/special education Levels I/III/science/elementary physical education/high school principal/ supplies/elementary art/ECSE supplies, $6,787.53. Smith Oil Co., mount/balance tires/science LP, $77.50. Stephens Tire & Oil, football sprinkler tire repair, $20.00. Southwest Builders, bus barn/ maintenance/preschool/industrial arts supplies, $1,118.51. Teacher Discovery, social studies supplies, $277.48. Thomas Bus ales of Iowa, Inc., bus barn repair parts, $3,592.91. Toon Boom, business supplies, $399.96. City of Mount Ayr, sewer/water, $4,740.50. Triggs Automotive Repair, bus barn repair parts, $205.86. United Parcel Service, UPS services, $15.43. Windstream, telephone service/ internet, $6,108.55. Zep Manufacturing Company, bus barn maintenance, $668.39. Iowa School Cash Anticipation

Program, ISCAP payment - series A 2013, $9,000.89. Apple Financial Services, Apple computers lease, $40,780.33. Dubuque Community School district, special education tuition, $3,525.48. Diagonal Community School, special education tuition, $19,043.52. Lamoni Community Schools, special education tuition, $17,001.90. Fund total - $245,083.95 MANAGEMENT FUND SU Insurance Company, equipment insurance, $7,105.25. William French Agency, scoreboard insurance, $143.00. Mercer, retirees health insurance, $1,786.07. Fund total - $9,034.32 CAPITAL PROJECTS B & V Electro Coatings, LLC, door frames paint, $1,450.00. Matt Gilliland, concession stand repair, $2,963.88. Fund total - $4,413.88 USDA - PARKING LOT Design Alliance, architect admin. costs, $1,210.61. Team Services, Inc., parking lot testing services, $4,220.10. Fund total - $5,430.71 LUNCH FUND Cardmember Service, lunch lodging, $83.69. Sites for Learning, SFL lunch reimbursement, $4,286.47. Fund total - $4,370.16 ACTIVITY FUND Dollar General, gatorade, $104.90. Graphic Edge, t-shirts/football hats, $5,079.44. Great Western Bank, $1,049.13. Jane Uhlenkamp, painting supplies reimbursement, $98.53. Kaplan Early Learning Company, supplies, $74.58. Lakeshore Learning, supplies, $81.36. Memory Suppliers, flash drives, $2,250.00. Podium Ink, shirts, $383.75. School Outfitters, laminator stand/laminator, $2,136.84. Southwest Builder Supply, brackets/spray paint, $114.86. Bill Huxford, varsity football official vs. Nodaway Valley, $90.00. Jed Hammen, varsity football official vs. Nodaway Valley, $90.00. Justin Wells, varsity football official vs. Nodaway Valley, $90.00. Kathy Enyart, All-Iowa audition fees, $160.00. Michael Volkens, varsity football official vs. Nodaway Valley, $90.00. Kyle Hessel, varsity football official vs. Nodaway Valley, $90.00. Greg Badder, volleyball official vs. Southeast Warren, $80.00. Manny Atwood, volleyball official vs. Southwest Warren, $80.00. Clarinda Chamber Commerce, high school band registration, $125.00. Coree Smith, choreography/ transportation, $1,200.00. Iowa High School Music Association, state large group registration, $125.00. Fund total - $13,593.39

Public Notices
LEGAL NOTIFICATION NOTIFICATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS The Green Hills AEA (Area Education Agency) maintains records on each student identified as requiring special education in order to facilitate the instruction, guidance and educational progress of the student. Area education agency (AEA) special education files contain information limited to the following types of records: identification data, record of achievement, family background data, educational and vocational plans, honors and activities, discipline data, objective counselor or teacher ratings and observations and external agency reports. Evaluation protocols and service logs are maintained by the professionals working with the students. The records of each student are located in the local regional office. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students over 18 years of age (“eligible students”) certain rights with respect to the student’s education records. These rights are: 1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the AEA receives a request for access. Parents or eligible students should submit to the AEA a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect: Green Hills AEA Attention: Mark C. Draper P.O. Box 1109 Council Bluffs, IA 51502-1109. The AEA will make arrangements for access and notify the parent or eligible student of the time and place where the records may be inspected. 2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate or misleading. Parents or eligible students may ask the AEA to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should write the AEA, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the AEA decides not to amend the record as requested by the parent or eligible student, the AEA will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing. 3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits
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disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. An AEA official is a person employed by the AEA as an administrator, supervisor, instructor or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel); a person serving on the AEA board; a person or company with whom the AEA has contracted to perform a special task (such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant or therapist), or a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. An AEA official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Disclosure without consent is also allowed to: Officials of other schools or AEAs in which the student proposes to enroll; Representatives of state and local government when auditing and evaluating federal education programs; Governmental officials to which information is to be reported under state law adopted prior to November 19, 1974; Parents of dependent children, and Appropriate parties in a health or safety emergency. Any other access to student records shall be only upon written consent or upon court order or legally issued subpoena. 4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the AEA to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20202-5901. The procedure to be followed in exercising any of the rights listed above under AEA policies or rules may be obtained by contacting the special education administrator listed above. The parents of students with disabilities, or students with disabilities over age 18, will be informed when personally identifiable information in the records is no longer needed to provide educational services and before the information is destroyed. 30-1t

Green Hills AEA NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT Green Hills AEA (Area Education Agency) has a board policy of equity in educational programs/activities and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or economic status or as otherwise prohibited by statute or regulation. If you would like more information or have a concern or complaint regarding educational equity, contact Lori Kinyon, Green Hills AEA, 1405 N. Lincoln Street, Creston, IA 50801. Telephone (641) 782-8443 or 30-1t LEGAL NOTIFICATION Green Hills AEA LEVEL I INVESTIGATORS In accordance with Chapter 102, Code of Iowa, “Procedures for Charging and Investigating Incidents of Abuse of Students by School Employees,” the board of directors of Green Hills AEA (Area Education Agency) has appointed the following persons to serve as Level I investigators: Angie Hance, Regional Administrator Creston Regional Office 230 N. Pine Creston, IA 50801 Telephone: 641-782-8443 or 1-800-432-5804 Mark Draper, Director of Special Education Halverson Center for Education P.O. Box 1109 Council Bluffs, IA 51502-1109 Telephone: 712-366-0503 or 1-800-432-5804. 30-1t NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR RINGGOLD COUNTY Probate No. ESPR208705 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROBERT F. STRANGE, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Robert F. Strange, Deceased, who died on or about April 26, 2012: You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of September, 2012, the last will and testament of Robert F. Strange, Deceased, bearing date of
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