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! Bellingham School Report (continued from previous page) Udent Performance goals for of board asseSsment da00s district improvement # pian00 Progress on Previous ttllprovement plans as AOM matching funds program illforrnation # Periodic reports Instruction and Student Performance". The report must include: (1) name of advisory committee members and the date their term expires (2) method and criteria used by the board to select members (3) application date. On October I, 2002, carry over members of the "PER" Committee with a 2003 expiration date were 011 constituent automatically placed on the and/or student Systems Accountability Irveys Advisory Committee. Other a!T bienal members of the new -| ' i 11 uatin of committee were selected to district include teachers, parents, testing program support staff, pupils and and AOM. community as required. The tL bOard shall Advisory Committee _the report in a members were selected on a of r " or cross sectional basis as to =te by mail and status. All Advisory - 1i be sent to Committee member terms laSsioner by will not expire until Oetober -s  ISth. I, 2003, with the exception Port title shall of the student members. '" the district ,ad number and Student members are sixth graders and will move on to s. I Ual Report other secondary schools rriculum, each year. 00ACCOt0000ILITV ADWSORV COMMWrF.r. 1999-2003 MEMBERSHIP i:! d TERM CATEGORY 1999-2003 Elem. Coord/Tchr/Parent 1999-2003 Contracted Curr. Coord. 1999-2003 Community 1999-2003 Community 1999-2003 Teacher/Aide 1 ' DeWayne,),1999_2003 Parent gt 1999-2003 Parent 1999-2003 Paraprofessional/Parent 2001-2002 Student 2001-2002 Student liar 1st, 2003, the time member or as a i  Board of continuing member. ]  .,I J1 make k:  public the S'"'TO ..... SYS !  expire. All aldidate s should r the school's ! their interest to e. the Advisory L t '% Selected e: i the Advisory I of time and as a first BEEF BUNDLES PORK BUNDLE 50 LB. S94.95 25 LB. $49.95 20 LB. S29.95 requirements CLIFFORD (MRS. LINDA HOFFMAN) entered her students in the Bellingham Elementary School parade at Bellingham on Thursday. "Is school going tothe dogs or are the dogs going to school?" ERNST TRENCHING, of Fargo, is busy installing new cable lines for TV and Inlernet. Here, Dana Jensen, left, and Dan Angstman, are shown operating the trenching maching. The machine can install over 1000 feet of cable and keep nearly all the digging underground, a great street and ACCOUNTABILITY lawn saver! The project is schedu|d for completion by Nov. 17. Ernst COMMITTEE MEMBER:/ will install 120,000 feet of cable in Milbnk, SD, Big Stone City, SD and Thanks is extended to all te Ortonville. committeemembers forf thethetime P.E.R. 2002 I.1 . in Little Falls{ and on Oct. 7 at the spent worm,,,oo for Holiday Inn and Conference Center in Willmar. All meetings will be held on activities to fillfiH the ag profess,onals in the afternoon from 1-4 p.m. of the legislation. Your involvement is greatly appreciated. the full report with additional details and the main office for anyone who requests the information. on Silverplating! Your Old Sliver Beautiful Again/ WEEK - Through September 30! JEWELRY The University of Minnesota Extension Service is providing Farm Bill Workshops for Ag Professionals. The purpose of the workshops is to provide information to Ag Professionals who are working with farm owners and producers enabling them to help their clients with questions about the 2002 Farm Bill. Workshops are scheduled for Sept. 24th at the Holiday Inn in Alexandria; Sept. 30 at the VFW Hall Any ag lender, crop insurance agent, elevator manager, farm advisor, crop consultant, farm business management instructor, Extension educator, accountant, attorney or others working with farm owners and producers can register to attend by calling Bill Craig at the Marshall County Extension Office in Warren at 1-800-745-5232. GENERAL LABOR SUGAR BEET HARVEST RECEIVING STATION WORK -% 10-14 days starting approximately Oct. 1, 2002 Limited work available in September $9.90 to $13.40 per hour HARVEST CREW SCHEDULES: 2-12 hour daily shifts, 2AM-2PM and 2PM -2AM * Time and one half pay for over 8 hours worked per shift * * Double time pay for over 12 hours worked per shift * * Time and one half pay for Saturday shifts * * Double time pay for Sunday shifts * * Bonus program for returning employees * The stock piling of sugar beets is a continuous, round-the-clock operation based upon harvest conditions. Some classifications require the ability to frequently lift/carry up to 35-40 Ibs. and farm equipment/Bobcat operating experience is a plus. In Minnesota work is available at the Wolverton, Foxhome, Nashua and Chadesville beet receiving stations. In North Dakota work is available at the Tyler and Galchutt beet receiv- ing stations as well as the factory site receiving station in Wahpeton. A lira- Red number of $9.90 per hour harvest day shift (7AM-7PM) positions are available at the factory station sample lab as well as the $10.49+ per hour starting pay positions for the eight-hour rotating shifts, factory processing season, Sept. 5, 2002 - May 2003. Minn-Dak is owned by over 500 local grower/stockholders and our 500+ employees hail from seven counties in three states. If you are interested in joining the Minn-Dak family, we encourage you to apply in person 8AM- 4PM, Mon.-Fd. or call the Human Resource Department at 701-671-1317 to schedule a time and date for application taking. Minn-Dak is ocated three miles north of Wahpeton, ND. Please enter at the main entrance and follow the signs to the visitor parking lot and main office. aa =,. Human Resource Department MINN-DAK FARMERS cooPE VE 7525 Red River Road Wahpeton, ND 58075 II/I:IM El:Ill "Equal Opportunity Employer" w,t.=vo,. ,or, aAxor,t ( Check out our web site at ) HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-5PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 Pioneers Own - Per Lb. LOCALLY GROWN BEEF - Per Lb. COUNTRY RING -- QUARTERS -- SAUSAGE ............... 82.79 OR SIDES ............... 81.49 Per Lb. HALF A HOG ................. 79 00ROWN DELl HAM 1/8, 1/4 or 1/2 Live Weight ELKMEA BUFFALO MEAT ....................... S 1,00 PerLb ,4 VAI/A/EIT i: : :: i!i!! DISTRICT REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES BUDGET District Number District Name FOR 2002 - 2003 FUND ,,, ,, General 2001-2002 ACTUAL REVENUES AND TRANSFERS IN 371 Bellingham Independent School 2001-2002 ACTUAL 2002-03' BUDGET ' --0-- JUNE 30, 2002 ACTUAL FUND EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS REVENUES AND TRANSFERS BALANCE 2002-03 BUDGET EXPENDITURES AND --0-- JUNE 30, 2003 PROJECTED FUND BALANCE TRANSFERS OUT ,, ,4, ,, .... OUT 1,159,434 -0- IN , ..... ,,,,, -0- -0- 1,103,069 96,918 1,133,238 1,149,983 Food Service 31,462 35,711 -0- 36,065 36,065 -0- I Community Service 28,614 54,269 (50,679) 28,279 48,800 (71,200) Building Construction -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -O- Debt Redemption -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- Trust -O- Internal Service -0- -0- TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 1,163,145 1,249,414 46,239 1,197,582 1,234,848 8,973 LONG TERM DEBT OUTSTANDING JULY I. 2001 16,890 1977 STATUTORY OPERATING DEBT PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1977 YOu or Someone You Know Diabetic? " ARM TESTING METERS at no, or low NoHMO$ Save Money. PLUS: LESS: RESERVED NEW ISSUES -0- FOR SOD - 6/30/02 5,000 LESS: PAYABLE 2002 SOD LEVY LESS: REDEEMED ISSUES OUTSTANDING JUNE 30, 2002 I 1,890 NET REMAINING AS OF 6/30/03 CURRENT STATUTORY OPERATING DEBT, SHORT TERM DEBT AND COST PER ADM STATUTORY OPERATING -0- DEBT 6/30/02 -'0- CERTIFICATES OF -0- INDEBTEDNESS 6/30/02 -0- ........ OTHER SHORT TERM --0- - INDEBTEDNESS OF FUNDS -0- 6/30/02 --0-- 2001-02 PUPILS IN AVERAGE 170 DALLY MEMBERSHIP (ADM) 2000-02 OPERATING COST PER ADM 7,349 The complete budget may be inspected upon request to the Superintendent. 24, 2002 INDEPENDENT Page 7