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CARLSON, KIMBERLY R. DALY, CARRIE B. DUNN, BRETT J. CLUTTER, MARK D. CARLSON, RANDELL R. DANKO, INGA ... LAGERHAUSEN, GRETCHEN A.

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A B C D E F G H I J 1 This page must be sent to ISBE Note: For submitting to ISBE, the "Statement of Affairs" can ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 2 and retained within the district/joint agreement be submitted as one file to avoid separating worksheets. School Business Services administrative office for public inspection. 3 4 (217)785-8779 5 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF AFFAIRS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING June 30, 2018 6 (Section 10-17 of the School Code) 7 8 9 SCHOOL DISTRICT/JOINT AGREEMENT NAME: Pecatonica Community Unit School District DISTRICT TYPE Elementary 10 RCDT NUMBER: 04-101-3210-26 High School 11 ADDRESS: 1300 Main Street Unit x 12 COUNTY: Winnebago 13 NAME OF NEWSPAPER WHERE PUBLISHED: 14 15

ASSURANCE

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The statement of affairs has been made available in the main administrative office of the school district/joint agreement and the required Annual Statement of Affairs Summary has been published in accordance with Section 10-17 of the School Code.

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YES CAPITAL ASSETS WORKS OF ART & HISTORICAL TREASURES LAND BUILDING & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

SIZE OF DISTRICT IN SQUARE MILES

VALUE

215,049 21,020,631

SITE IMPROVMENTS & INFRASTRUCTURE CAPITALIZED EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS Total

1,474,617 22,710,297

NUMBER OF ATTENDANCE CENTERS 9 MONTH AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE NUMBER OF CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES FULL-TIME PART-TIME NUMBER OF NON-CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES FULL-TIME

73 3 834 86 29 53

PART-TIME NUMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED PER GRADE PRE-KINDERGARTEN KINDERGARTEN FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH FIFTH SIXTH SEVENTH EIGHTH SPECIAL Total Elementary NINTH TENTH ELEVENTH TWELFTH

19 44 61 75 76 73 75 83 66 60 632 79 54 60 2

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TAX RATE BY FUND (IN %) EDUCATIONAL OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE BOND & INTEREST TRANSPORTATION MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SOCIAL SECURITY WORKING CASH FIRE PREVENTION & SAFETY TORT IMMUNITY CAPITAL PROJECTS SPECIAL EDUCATION LEASING OTHER OTHER DISTRICT EQUALIZED ASSESSED VALUATION (EAV) EQUALIZED ASSESSED VALUATION PER ADA PUPIL TOTAL LONG-TERM DEBT ALLOWED

Total Secondary

195

TOTAL LONG-TERM DEBT OUTSTANDING AS OF June 30, 2018

Total District

827

PERCENT OF LONG-TERM DEBT OBLIGATED CURRENTLY

ISBE 50-37 (06/2018) ASA18form.xls

4.2000 0.7500 1.6518 0.3668 0.1998 0.1769 0.0394 0.0890 0.0113 0.0373

92,025,478 110,353 12,699,516

1,085,212 8.55%

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Fire Prevention & Safety

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS OF JUNE 30, 2018

Description

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Operations & Maintenance

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Debt Service

Transportation

Capital Projects

Working Cash

CURRENT ASSETS (100) Cash (Accounts 111 thru 115) Investments Taxes Receivable Interfund Receivables Intergovernmental Accounts Receivable Other Receivables Inventory Prepaid Items Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

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120,296 7,330,024

10,488 1,075,950

200 856,051

2,588 802,727

642 794,809

765,259

290 21,048

140,517 95,857

7,450,320

1,086,438

856,251

805,315

795,451

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765,259

21,338

236,374

103,916

2,374

745

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103,916

2,374

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745

3,930

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103,916 55,775 7,290,629

2,374

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745

3,930

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0

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1,084,064

856,251

804,570

791,521

765,259

21,338

236,374

7,450,320

1,086,438

856,251

805,315

795,451

765,259

21,338

236,374

CURRENT LIABILITIES (400) Interfund Payables Intergovernmental Accounts Payable Other Payable Contracts Payable Loans Payable Salaries & Benefits Payable Payroll Deductions & Withholdings Deferred Revenues & Other Current Liabilities Due to Activity Fund Organizations Total Current Liabilities

410 420 430 440 460 470 480 490 493

LONG-TERM LIABILITIES (500) Long-Term Debt Payable

511

Total Liabilities Reserved Fund Balance Unreserved Fund Balance Investments in General Fixed Assets Total Liabilities and Fund Balances

714 730

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Total Receipts/Revenues

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Debt Service

Transportation

4,739,057

2,992,520 431,047 8,162,624 3,242,398 11,405,022

793,088

1,497,779

348,926

(50) Municipal Retirement & Social Security

(60)

(70)

(80)

(90)

Capital Projects

Working Cash

Tort

Fire Prevention & Safety

388,185

42,562

10,644

84,421

339,533 793,088

1,497,779

688,459

388,185

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42,562

10,644

84,421

793,088

1,497,779

688,459

388,185

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42,562

10,644

84,421

559,775

131,156 205,470

10,000

32,794

1,429,999 1,429,999 0 1,429,999

559,775 0 559,775

336,626 0 336,626

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10,000 0 10,000

32,794 0 32,794

67,780

128,684

51,559

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42,562

644

51,627

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DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES Instruction

1000

Support Services

2000

Community Services

3000

Payments to Other Districts & Govt Units

4000

Debt Services

5000

Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures Disb./Expend. for "On Behalf" Payments

4180

Total Disbursements/Expenditures Excess of Direct Receipts/Revenues Over (Under) Direct Disbursements/Expenditures

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STATEMENT OF REVENUES RECEIVED/REVENUES, EXPENDITURES DISBURSED/EXPENDITURES, OTHER SOURCES/USES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE - FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2018

902,858

720,450 8,705,825 3,242,398 11,948,223 (543,201)

902,858 0 902,858 (109,770)

7000 8000

Total Other Sources/Uses of Funds Excess of Receipts/Revenues & Other Sources of Funds (Over/Under) Expenditures/Disbursements & Other Uses of Funds

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5,271,372 2,714,003

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(543,201) 7,889,605

(109,770) 1,193,834

67,780 788,471

128,684 675,886

51,559 739,962

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42,562 722,697

644 20,694

51,627 184,747

7,346,404

1,084,064

856,251

804,570

791,521

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765,259

21,338

236,374

Other Changes in Fund Balances Increases

29 (Decreases) 30 Ending Fund Balances June 30, 2018

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ANNUAL STATEMENT OF AFFAIRS SUMMARY FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2018

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The summary must be published in the local newspaper. Copies of the detailed Annual Statement of Affairs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2018 will be available for public inspection in the school district/joint agreement administrative office by December 1, annually. Individuals wanting to review this Annual Statement of Affairs should contact:

Pecatonica CUSD #321

P.O. Box 419, 1300 Main St.

815-239-1639

7-3:30

Address

Telephone

Office Hours

School District/Joint Agreement Name

Also by January 15, annually the detailed Annual Statement of Affairs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2018, will be posted on the Illinois State Board of Education's [email protected] www.isbe.net. SUMMARY: The following is the Annual Statement of Affairs Summary that is required to be published by the school district/joint agreement for the past fiscal year. Statement of Operations as of June 30, 2018 Educational Local Sources Flow-Through Receipts/Revenues from One District to Another District State Sources Federal Sources Total Direct Receipts/Revenues Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures Other Sources/Uses of Funds Beginning Fund Balances - July 1, 2017 Other Changes in Fund Balances Ending Fund Balances June 30, 2018

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Operations & Maintenance

Debt Services

Transportation

Municipal Retirement/Social Security

Capital Projects

Working Cash

Fire Prevention & Safety

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4,739,057

793,088

1,497,779

348,926

388,185

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42,562

10,644

84,421

0 2,992,520 431,047 8,162,624

0 0 0 793,088

0 0 1,497,779

0 339,533 0 688,459

0 0 0 388,185

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0 0 42,562

0 0 10,644

0 0 84,421

8,705,825 0 7,889,605

902,858 0 1,193,834

1,429,999 0 788,471

559,775 0 675,886

336,626 0 739,962

0 0 0

0 722,697

10,000 0 20,694

32,794 0 184,747

0 7,346,404

0 1,084,064

0 856,251

0 804,570

0 791,521

0 0

0 765,259

0 21,338

0 236,374

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SALARY SCHEDULE OF GROSS PAYMENTS FOR CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL AND NON-CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL

This listing must be published in the local newspaper, sent to ISBE, and retained within your district/joint agreement administrative office for public inspection. 0 0--GROSS PAYMENT FOR CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL

Salary Range: Less Than $25,000

BERGIN, CHRISTINA J BOLL, GRAHAM MICHAEL BRANHAM, BRENDA M CACCIATORE, WILLIAM T CERONI, DONNA L CLUTTER, MARK D COLE, SUE A CYR, ROBERT A DALKE, AMY M DYKSTRA, ERIC D FRINT, SARAH J GARCIA, MEGAN A GASPARINI, CATHERINE A GUSTAFSON, KAITLYN M HAMBLOCK, RACHEL F HEYBOER, KARA J HOBSON, TAYLOR M HOLMES, MICHAEL R HUHTA, RACHEL E JANSSEN, CHAMARA R KNIGHT, BETHANY A KORWIN, ANDREA M LANGHOLF, PAMELA E LANO, JERALD R LUTZOW, TRACI A MELLENTINE, LISA A MILAM, LAURA D. J. MILLER, CHRISTOPHER D MOORE, BRADY J NELSON, REBECCA F OWEN, CHARLES B ROBERTS, SUSAN M ROSENBERGER, KIMBERLY R SCHNIZLEIN, ELIZABETH A SCHWUCHOW, JOHN E SHANKS, SUSAN SHEPARD, WILLIAM M SMITH, SHARON L WIGHT, TERRY L

Salary Range: $25,000 - $39,999

BALLARD, ANGELINA M BARNEC, OLIVIA G BENSON, KASANDRA L BERGIN, ERIC J CARLSON, KIMBERLY R CARLSON, RANDELL R DUNBAUGH, ASHLEIGH N FULLER, FELECIA A GOCKEN, REBECCA M HOFFMAN, JOHANNA G KRAMER, KAREN D LAGERHAUSEN, GRETCHEN A LARSEN, MARILYN F LAUE, AMBER J LENOX, AMANDA R LOY, JESSICA L POWERS, MOLLY E RAWHOOF, CHELSEA N SHEETS, JESSICA E SIPES, SARAH E SMALLWOOD, KELLY L SNEEK, KATHERINE A WADDELOW, SARA L WALTERS, KAYLA M

Salary Range: $40,000 - $59,999

ABEL, VALERIE S BERG, JESSICA F BRANDENBURG, AMANDA K CLARK, CHRISTINA M DALY, CARRIE B DANKO, INGA A DERTZ, CHRISTOPHER R DUNHAM, JENNIFER A DUSING, JENNIFER L FOWLER, SUZANNE B HOOVER, ASHLEY L JOHNSON, JULIE L JOHNSON, MICHELLE K LOLLING, RHONDA J MEDEARIS, RACHEL M MYERS, JILLIAN T ORNATEK, MARK A PETERSON, KIMBERLY K POWERS, BENJAMIN W QUINN, BRIAN D SCHIESHER, HEIDI M SCHULTZ, BRENDEN G SHIPPY, NEAL A WADSWORTH, KATIE J WANKE, LAURA E WHITE, KELLY S ZIEGLER, ASHLEY D

Salary Range: 60,000 - $89,999

BAKER, HEATHER K BRAUER, CRYSTAL M BROCKWAY, CAROLINE J DULANEY, SARAH E DUNN, BRETT J DURAND, TAMMY S FOLK, JILL C HIMES, ELIZABETH B JURKOVIC, ELIZABETH ANNE KUNKEL, KEVIN G KUPERUS, SARAH A LIGHT, MARK V LUCAS, DAWN M MAGDEN, THERESE M NESEMEIER, KIMBERLY K ROEMER, TERRI L RUNTE, DEBORAH S SHRADER, KIMBERLY S WENSTROM, JULIE A WHITE, DAVID W WIEMER, DIANA L WILCOX, MICHELLE M

Salary Range: $90,000 and over

FALLER, WILLIAM L FRANCE, TODD A KING, TIMOTHY D

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ALEX, TERI GRACE APSEY, PAUL H AUGHENBAUGH, BECCA L BARDELL, DEBRA BARKER, CARIE A BASILE, MARY L BELL, MEGHAN R Berg, Brian BERRY, SHARON M BLACKFUL, KOREE D BOEHLER, ANDREW C BROWN, JAZZMA L BYL, PAUL CALL-BARDELL, MONICA CARDEN, ELIZABETH ANN CARTER, KRISTI R CESAREK, BRUCE L CHAMBERS, RUBY E CHORLEY, DANA M CHRISTY, NANCY J CLARK, SARAH M COLLALTI, NANCY U COX, DEIDRE M CRAFT, MISTY D CROSTY, KATHRYN L D'AGOSTIN, WENDY S DALY, KAREN J DAVIS, DARCIA J DEMUS, KYLE R DEVLIEGER, CHRISTINE M DEVLIEGER, MARISSA L DIPIAZZA, WENDI S DOBBS, CODIE L DRAKE, JULIE L DURAND, MICHAEL V ERNZEN, CARIANNE FORDE, TRACY J FORTSON, JERRY N GASSMAN, ERIKA M GIBLER, ELIZABETH D GILBERTSON, PENNY M GRAY, DAVID GREEN, VICTORIA A GREENE, ROGER P GRIFFETH, TERRY S GRUNDER, MICHELE A GUTH, JOHN K HAMM, DEBRA G HAMPTON, RICKEY D HARWEGER, JESSICA J HEARN, LINDSEY

Salary Range: $25,000 - $39,999

BELL, KATHY S HICKMAN, DEANNA J JOHNS, WILLIAM L KERR, MELANIE J SCHOONHOVEN, ANGELA J SIEMENS, SUSAN K TUNAK, DALE W WHITE, CONNIE M WHITNEY, CYNTHIA A YOUNG, BETH E

Salary Range: $40,000 - $59,999

BYL, ROSE E HASSELMAN, KAREN L LIZER, ROBERT L MCGREW, ANDREA OLSON, ALAN R ROSENKRANS, LISA J

Salary Range: $60,000 and over

BOWMAN, JEFFREY T

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B HESLOP, JAYMIE M HILLERY, MARIA L HOFFMAN, TYLER P HOLUB, LAURA S HORNBECK, ANGELA M HUBBLE, DANA L HUMPHRY, HEATHER M INGRAM, CAROL A JACOBSEN, CARRIE A JAHN SAGER, MICHELE M JANSSEN, ANGELA K JENSEN, ELIZABETH A JOHNSON, GAIL ROSE JOHNSON, REBECCA L JURKOVIC, SOPHIA E KING, JAN M KNOUP, RONDA S KOHON, DEANNA E KRANTZ, MATTHEW L LAMPE, ROSA J LANE, MARIE D LAPLACA, ROSEMARIE M LARSON, RONALD S LAWLER, BRIAN S LEGUE, SHELBY A LIEBGOTT, KELLY LINKER, FREDERICK R MAYFIELD, RAYMOND L MCGREW, TAYLOR A MEISSEN, DAVID E MILLER, MATTHEW P MILLER, RITA T MILLER, SARAH E MUNROW, RHONDA M MURPHY, KELYNN E MYERS, DAVE P NASH, JOHN F NICOLOSI, SANDRA K NOLEN, KAYLA L NOLEN, KYLE NORMAN, CYNTHIA E OSBAUGH, DAVID Z PORTER, KRISTEN POWERS, CALVIN C POZZI, LISA M PUDDICOMBE, LISA A RAGER, JASON M RAWHOOF, BENJAMIN W RITTER, NEIL D RITTMEYER, DALTON C ROACH, STEPHANIE A SAUTER, CAROL L SCHIESHER, ALYSSA C SCHNIERLA, SHALEY L

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Aggregate Amount

Payments over $2,500, excluding wages and salaries. This listing must be published in the local newspaper, sent to ISBE, and retained within your district/joint agreement administrative office for public inspection Pecatonica Community Unit School District 04-101-3210-26 Person, Firm, or Corporation

Aggregate Amount

WADDELOW, SARA L SAM'S CLUB DIEDRICH CONCRETE SCOTT'S RV TRUCK & AUTO REPAIR PECATONICA COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL VISTA LEARNING NFP RENAISSANCE LEARNING INC AREA MECHANICAL INC NAPA AUTO PARTS DIV OF MPEC AP EXAMS TOP NOTCH BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. POWERS, MOLLY E AIR FILTER SALES & SERVICE INC GUSTAVE A. LARSON COMPANY PSAT BF HURLEY MAT COMPANY, INC. MOBILE ELECTRONICS, INC. CLASSROOM DIRECT/SCHOOL SPECIALTY ROCK VALLEY CULLIGAN EDGENUITY INC. CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO KONE INC BSN SPORTS INC 1ST AYD CORPORATION BATTERIES PLUS BULBS GERMAN AMERICAN STATE BANK JOHNSON CONTROLS FIRE PROTECTION LP CASH SHERATON CHICAGO HOTEL & TOWERS WISCONSIN DEPT OF REVENUE UNITED LABORATORIES BLACKHAWK INSURANCE CO-OP FHN CONSERV FS, INC LEARNING A-Z

$2,504.83 $2,520.65 $2,550.00 $2,565.16 $2,575.00 $2,613.45 $2,615.00 $2,649.13 $2,677.82 $2,698.00 $2,757.69 $2,778.00 $2,794.38 $2,841.42 $2,862.00 $2,885.40 $2,915.84 $2,926.43 $2,987.16 $2,997.50 $3,216.80 $3,364.74 $3,455.69 $3,519.32 $3,539.46 $3,610.00 $3,639.12 $3,892.30 $3,950.72 $4,110.59 $4,250.55 $4,330.00 $4,330.00 $4,430.19 $4,448.70

MIDLAND PAPER QUILL CORPORATION NCS PEARSON INC ATHLETICO PHYSICAL THERAPY EXXONMOBIL PRECISION DRIVE & CONTROL INC NWEA MIDLAND WIPFLI LLP RICHARD L. JOHNSON ASSOCIATES, INC. FRONTIER DRIVE-RIGHT SCHOOL OF DRIVING INC SIMPLEXGRINNELL LP MARCO TECHNOLOGIES LLC FRANKLIN, DONAHUE G MIDWEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING INC BLACKHAWK INS. COOP - AGGREGATE RESERVE COMMON GOAL SYSTEMS INC PEARSON EDUCATION INC DE LAGE LANDEN PUBLIC FINANCE IT SAVVY VISA AMAZON.COM MULLER-PINEHURST DAIRY INC VILLAGE OF PECATONICA MEDIACOM LLC DEERE RUN FARMS FAIRWAY FORD CDW GOVERNMENT MECHANICAL INC P.E.O. PEARSON K-12 CUSTOMER SERVICE ROCK VALLEY COLLEGE RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN CAMELOT EDUCATION CHG ALTERNATIVE ED

$9,897.80 $9,974.62 $10,451.25 $10,601.49 $11,095.53 $11,415.58 $11,737.50 $12,650.00 $12,950.00 $13,843.54 $14,228.90 $14,830.00 $15,447.94 $15,713.46 $15,756.16 $16,240.00 $16,750.37 $17,427.90 $17,584.17 $18,278.15 $19,057.15 $19,905.27 $20,405.06 $23,401.95 $23,734.04 $23,847.32 $25,456.25 $25,666.13 $25,826.24 $26,486.86 $27,306.00 $28,650.01 $28,700.00 $28,972.34 $34,591.62

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A B JANSEN HEATING AIR CONDITIONING & ELECT BW TEAM GEAR & ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT EDUCLIMBER.COM PEABUDY'S NORTH INC PAN-O-GOLD BAKING CO DOLAN EDUCATION CENTER PECATONICA HIGH SCHOOL ALL PARTITIONS FOLLETT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BLICK ART MATERIALS SCHOLASTIC INC CIMINO'S BUREAU OF EDUCATION & RESEARCH INC APPTEGY PECATONICA HS - ACTIVITY FUND SPRINT PEPSI-COLA COMPANY ANNAS PIZZA & PASTA KRAUS PHD, RUTH SKYWARD SUBWAY SANDWICHES & SALADS SPECIALTY FLOORS, INC HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING ING LIFE INSURANCE & ANNUITY COMPANY PECATONICA HARDWARE MENARDS - FREEPORT NORTHSTAR GRAPHICS GILLS FREEPORT DISPOSAL SADLIER FREEPORT GLASS ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS

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C $4,500.00 $4,538.72 $4,550.00 $4,603.20 $4,647.14 $4,885.00 $4,885.51 $4,906.00 $5,186.32 $5,288.88 $5,540.91 $5,776.00 $5,800.00 $6,000.00 $6,480.30 $6,579.53 $6,618.09 $6,896.50 $6,960.00 $7,112.00 $7,266.90 $7,317.00 $7,376.97 $7,472.50 $7,578.86 $7,660.08 $7,824.70 $8,742.66 $9,059.26 $9,680.00 $9,752.00

D UTILITYHELP INC BLAKE OIL COMPANY SUPPLYWORKS SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP EMPLOYERS ASSURANCE CO CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC TITLE UNDERWRITERS AGENCY BLACKHAWK INS. COOP - SPECIFIC RESERVE LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE RICHARDSON SCHOOL DELL MARKETING LP GORDON FOOD SERVICE INC CAREERTEC TEACHERS'HEALTH INSURANCE SECURITY HODGES, LOIZZI, EISENHAMMER, RODICK & PECATONICA REVOLVING FUND SANTANDER MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND ILLINOIS DEPT. OF REVENUE GROUP ADMINISTRATORS LTD PECATONICA C.U.S.D. #321 TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM WINNEBAGO CTY. SPEC. ED CO-OP INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PECATONICA C.U.S.D. #321 INSURANCE ACCT THE BANK OF NEW YORK

E $42,963.38 $43,146.39 $46,219.78 $47,515.30 $49,679.00 $55,737.03 $57,000.00 $57,828.75 $60,657.58 $77,211.60 $80,661.38 $86,126.33 $89,265.00 $94,634.25 $98,115.73 $100,863.08 $151,874.00 $187,692.38 $231,947.91 $250,251.21 $251,416.26 $344,249.40 $443,098.14 $512,567.85 $871,640.91 $1,355,443.04 $1,430,000.00

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PAYMENTS TO PERSON, FIRM, OR CORPORATION OF $1,000 TO $2,500 This listing must be sent to ISBE, and retained within your district/jointagreement administrative office for public inspection.

Pecatonica Community Unit School District 04-101-3210-26 Payments of $1,000 to $2,500, excluding wages and salaries Person, Firm, or Corporation

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NELSON CARLSON MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS NEVCO SPORTS, LLC. PDC LABORATORIES HOWARTH, ERIC LENOX, AMANDA KUTA SOFTWARE BYRON HIGH SCHOOL KUPERUS, SARAH A SPEEDY METALS OF ROCKFORD HOWARTH, RICK SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION PREMIER AGENDAS INC KUNKEL, KEVIN G PEARSON GOPHER SPORT SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUB INC BERGIN, ERIC J WINE SERGI & CO LLC CARROLL SERVICE COMPANY PERMA-BOUND RAYMOND ELECTRONICS GO NOODLE ILLINOIS STATE CREDIT UNION IASB BIO CORPORATION SUMMIT FINANCIAL RESOURCES L.P. KRAMER, KAREN D FOREVER GREEN INC

$1,015.00 $1,021.93 $1,040.00 $1,040.00 $1,050.00 $1,061.00 $1,085.00 $1,088.34 $1,094.00 $1,100.00 $1,124.31 $1,142.91 $1,144.03 $1,155.85 $1,157.01 $1,169.32 $1,190.85 $1,251.25 $1,252.68 $1,254.86 $1,290.78 $1,300.00 $1,300.00 $1,310.00 $1,324.74 $1,344.17 $1,350.00 $1,355.00

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TURNITIN EVERBIND FIRM SYSTEMS SCHOLASTIC NEWS COASTAL ENTERPRISES CHEESEMAN COACHES INC NATIONAL FFA ORGANIZATION STEMIFINITY STEINER ELECTRIC COMPANY JMI CORP MASONRY CONTRACTORS WEST INTERACTIVE SERVICES CORP MYERS, JILLIAN T NASCO SCHOLASTIC EDUCATION INSIDE SALES FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS DUNN, BRETT J TIPTON TRUCKING & DIGGING MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL NCPERS - IL IMRF 2039 DEANNA C. JUMP, INC. FIRST SUPPLY LLC LINCOLN RENT-ALL AND SALES, INC. JUDSON UNIVERSITY CENGAGE LEARNING SKINNER'S AUTO BODY, INC. US POSTAL SERVICE BRANDENBURG, AMANDA K FEHR GRAHAM ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL

$1,745.00 $1,753.51 $1,755.00 $1,767.04 $1,770.00 $1,780.00 $1,792.90 $1,813.90 $1,814.62 $1,820.00 $1,832.00 $1,834.18 $1,835.98 $1,837.21 $1,893.91 $1,896.85 $1,961.75 $1,970.00 $2,016.00 $2,025.19 $2,107.09 $2,120.82 $2,155.00 $2,181.30 $2,228.02 $2,237.30 $2,307.35 $2,352.50

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B ROCK VALLEY PUBLISHING INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PESI, INC. WINNEBAGO COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT JOSTENS WILSON LANGUAGE TRAINING INC IXL LEARNING TOPWAY FOODS AUTISM HOME SUPPORT SERVICES POWERS, BENJAMIN W K.I.D.S. TECH EXCEL ASSETGENIE INC WHITE, KELLY S R & H THEATRICALS AIRGAS USA LLC HOOVER, ASHLEY L

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D $1,401.41 $1,434.00 $1,439.89 $1,500.00 $1,504.27 $1,508.76 $1,513.00 $1,537.26 $1,575.00 $1,596.67 $1,600.00 $1,620.00 $1,664.00 $1,678.40 $1,713.00 $1,725.26 $1,736.69

E INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER BRAIN POP ISCORP TIERNEY BROTHERS INC

F $2,361.47 $2,395.00 $2,400.00 $2,460.00

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PAYMENTS TO PERSON, FIRM, OR CORPORATION OF $500 TO $999 This listing must be retained within your district/joint agreement administrative office for public inspection.

Pecatonica Community Unit School District 04-101-3210-26 Payments of $500 to $999, excluding wages and salaries. Person, Firm, or Corporation

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KNOWBUDDY INC CLIMATE PROS INC NELCO ILLINOIS SAFE SCHOOLS ALLIANCE KENMARK, INC. BLUE RIBBON MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES, CORP. K&T GREENHOUSES WORKPLACE PRO SAMACO SUPPLY BENDER, MARK HIGH NOON BOOKS D'AGOSTIN, WENDY S NATIONAL ELEVATOR INSPECTION SERVICES PRO-TYPE PRINTING IMPACT APPLICATIONS, INC COLBERT, EVERETT ATP ASSESSMENTS THE LIBRARY STORE SDE INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS DISTRIBUTORS LLC EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE STAPLES PAOLI CLAY COMPANY ILLINOIS PRINCIPALS ASSOCIATION VIRCO MFG. CORP. MILLER, DON NITE EQUIPMENT INC HIMES, ELIZABETH B

$500.98 $505.50 $507.86 $509.00 $511.00 $516.26 $525.60 $527.50 $528.00 $530.00 $535.70 $538.06 $539.00 $541.40 $542.00 $543.00 $548.90 $576.29 $594.00 $594.99 $603.21 $607.02 $608.32 $635.00 $650.64 $680.00 $685.00 $685.20

Person, Firm, or Corporation

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ESGI UNITED STATES TREASURY NORTHERN IL ENVIRONMENTAL DALY, CARRIE B LAKESHORE ANNE'S LANDSCAPE SUPPLY CABELAS FREEPORT INDUSTRIAL ROOFING INC RSCHOOLTODAY (DWC) ROCKFORD REGISTER STAR SOS TECHNOLOGIES ABEL, VALERIE S PRAIRIE CAT IL OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE MARSHAL ZANER-BLOSER WIESER EDUCATIONAL NATIONAL AUTISM RESOURCES METAL PREP SERVICES INC WILCOX, MICHELLE M DISTINCTIVE ROOFING INC J.W. PEPPER & SON INC MERIDIAN NCTE SOUND INCORPORATED MANUS REPAIR CENTER LLC JOHNSTONE SUPPLY BADGER SPORTING GOODS NORTHWEST UPSTATE ILLINI CONFERENCE

$736.00 $747.35 $750.00 $750.00 $756.44 $759.87 $784.83 $785.00 $790.00 $804.34 $840.45 $842.13 $845.00 $860.00 $874.74 $895.86 $897.46 $900.00 $900.00 $906.00 $906.95 $918.00 $930.00 $930.00 $953.88 $988.58 $989.00 $999.00

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B BRAUER, CRYSTAL M BAKER, HEATHER K REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION INFOSEND INC

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In conformity with sub-section (c) of Section 10-20.44 of the School Code [105 ILCS 5/10-20.44], the following information is required to be submitted in conjunction with submission of the Annual Statement of Affairs [105 ILCS 5/10-17]. INSTRUCTIONS: (See the attached document (pdf) for additional guidance and definitions.)

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REPORT ON CONTRACTS EXCEEDING $25,000 AWARDED DURING FY2018

ITEM 1. – Count only contracts where the consideration exceeds $25,000 over the life of the contract and that were awarded during FY2018 and record the number below in the space provided. Do not include: (1) multi-year contracts awarded prior to FY2018; (2) collective bargaining agreements with district employee groups; and (3) personal services contracts with individual district employees. ITEM 2. – Aggregate the value of consideration of all contracts included in item 1 and record the dollar amount below in the space provided. ITEM 3. - Count only contracts where the consideration exceeds $25,000 over the life of the contract that were awarded during FY2018 to minority, female, disabled or local contractors and record the number below in the space provided. Do not include: (1) multi-year contracts awarded prior to FY2018; (2) collective bargaining agreements with district employee groups; and (3) personal services contracts with individual district employees. ITEM 4. – Aggregate the value of consideration of all contracts included in item 3 and record the dollar amount below in the space provided. 1. Total number of all contracts awarded by the school district: (Enter Number Here)

2. Total value of all contracts awarded: (Enter $ Amount Here)

3. Total number of contracts awarded to minority owned businesses, female owned businesses, businesses owned by persons with disabilities, and locally owned businesses: (Enter Number Here)

4. Total value of contracts awarded to minority owned businesses, female owned businesses, businesses owned by person with disabilities, and locally owned businesses: (Enter $ Amount Here)

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