Paid for by taxpayers in… Des Moines Public Schools12/18/2013
To: Achievement Products For Special Needs
For: Purchase of 25 crossover pencil grips, including $10.77 in shipping fees.
To: Ackley Appliance Service
For: Payment for repair work at Walker Street.
To: Ames Community Schools
For: Payment for open enrolled students for the first quarter.
To: AmSan Nogg Chemical and Paper (Nebraska)
For: Purchase of one-ply toilet paper.
To: Ankeny Community Schools
For: Tuition-out charges for 2013-14.
To: B and H Photo Video
For: Purchase of Canon hi-def flash camcorder.
To: Berg Audio and Video
For: Purchase of additional cabling at Hoyt Middle School.
To: Better Binding Service
For: Payment for parts and labor to fix a heater problem, including $125 for the labor (service call).
To: Blaines Screen Printing
For: Purchase of T-shirts for the chorus.
To: Boys Town Press
For: Tuition-out charges for September.
To: Brown and Saenger
For: Purchase of holiday green construction paper.
To: City of Des Moines
For: Fees for false fire alarms at $100 to $150 for each call.
Salaries and Such
Name: Sandra Oberbroeckling
Title: Program Coordinator
Department: Iowa State University Landscape Architecture
Years of service: 13
Annual salary: $56,026
The Des Moines City Council recently approved Sgt. Scott Dreyer and Senior Police Officer Jeff Cronin, to travel to San Diego, Calif., from Jan. 26- Feb. 1, to attend the 28th Annual San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment. The conference promises to educate them on child fatality investigations, provide training on abusive head trauma, which is said to be the latest in child brain research and impact of toxic stress, with an overall emphasis on infant and early childhood topics. This comes at a cost of $1,930 per employee, but the Iowa Regional Child Protection Center has agreed to reimburse half the estimated cost of the trip. CV