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October 23, 2014
Issue 5, Volume 36
Malcolm Public Schools
10004 NW 112th St
Malcolm, NE 68402
From Our Administration
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Mr. Greg Adams, Junior High/High School Principal
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Give Us A Call
High School Office
402-796-2151 ext. 1
Westfall Office
402-796-2151 ext. 2
Business Office
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Pages 2-3:
Homecoming
Page 4: Fire Prevention/
Health News
Page 5: Library News
Page 6: Schedule/Jr
High Volleyball
Page 7: November
Lunches
Page 8: MAC/Booster
Notes
Page 8-11:Board
Minutes and Bills
Page 11-13: Ads
My, this first quarter has gone fast! I would like to
thank the students, staff, parents and community for
getting the 2014-2015 school year off to such a good start. Although it is only
mid-October, there are plenty of reasons for us to be proud.
This school year started off with 6th- 12th graders getting the opportunity to
eat breakfast each morning after first period. It has been a huge hit with our
students. Hopefully it is making us a healthier and less hungry school. Well
over half of our students are participating in this program—that is awesome!
As a school, we believe there are multiple reasons why this has been a positive
change.
Academically, I’m proud to say the “down’s” list has been smaller lately. This
is a trend we hope will continue as we get closer to the semester and the end
of the school year. I believe both staff and students should get the credit for
this success. A lot of work goes into both teaching and learning and we are
fortunate at Malcolm to have an excellent staff of educators and a great group
of students.
I’d also like to commend all of our sports teams, clubs, and fine-arts programs
for getting the school year started on the right foot. Both boys and girls sports
teams are either in the midst of having a good year or have had a good year
by performing at a high level and being very competitive. STUCO, FBLA,
and Skills USA have all had beginning of the year activities that went well
and have us heading in a positive direction. The fall band/choir concert
sounded great! It is awesome to see so many of our kids participating so well
in multiple activities.
There are a lot of positive things going on in our district. We are all
humbled and very thankful for the individuals that make up our educational
community. A huge thank you to everyone who contributes to making our
school district one of the best in the state!
“Welcome
to the Shipyard”
Homecoming 2014
By: Mrs. Becky Densberger
2014 Homecoming Queen Amber Green
and King Tucker McHugh
Homecoming 2014 was a huge success with lots of fun activities and Clipper Pride! This
year’s homecoming was a combined effort of the cheerleaders and the student council
members.
Each class was responsible for decorating a drywall sign and a portion of the fence by
the football field. The cheerleaders decorated the commons area hallway, the west fence
behind the team and the entryway into the school. The parking lot definitely displayed
homecoming spirit!
We had theme dress up days and were so happy with all of the participation from grades
Kindergarten through seniors. Monday was America Monday and everyone displayed
their pride by wearing red, white and blue. Twin Tuesday gave students a chance to dress
as twins. On Wednesday everyone dressed the western theme. Thursday was Teddy Bear
Thursday and students brought their favorite teddy bear to school and dressed in pajamas
and slippers. Friday was our blue and white pride day – students showed their true Malcolm
Clipper pride by wearing our school colors.
On Friday morning we had our tunnel walk where the Kindergarten through 8th grade
students formed a tunnel for our high school athletes to walk through. The students
forming the tunnel enjoyed this as much as the athletes walking through it.
On Friday afternoon, 9th through 12th grade students participated in games and activities
on the football field. There was girl’s powder puff football, bicycle relay races, athletic
uniform relay races, hoola hoop contests and much more. The powder puff football game
was quite competitive! The seniors and sophomores played in the championship game
where the seniors took the victory. Mr. Hoyer concluded our Friday afternoon activities
with a very inspirational speech.
Throughout the week, teachers were judging the students on their participation and Clipper
Pride spirit. The class with the overall best participation and spirit received the Clipper Ship.
That award went to the junior class. The class with the most spirit was the sophomores and
they received the spirit stick.
The coronation ceremony followed the football game and then the dance was held in the
Westfall gym. Pizza was provided at the dance by the school. The freshman class provided
sponsors and cleanup following the dance. The sophomore class provided snacks for the
dance
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Pictured L-R: Jamin Thomas, Shianne Hargens, Jordan Redler, (Past Queen) Justine Nelson, (Queen)
Amber Green, (King) Tucker McHugh, Emily Locke, Mason Dedick, Samantha Hargens. Crown
Bearers: Holdin Spellman and Lena Schmidt.
It was a fun week and the shipyard was full of Clipper Pride. This successful week couldn’t have
happened without the support of many individuals! Thank you to Mr. Adams and Mrs. Dolliver
for taking care of the coronation ballots. Thank you to Mrs. Watson and Mr. Tarr and the
student council members for their help in organizing the events for the week. Thank you to the
cheerleaders who spent their weekend decorating the school. Thank you to Heath Kramer for
always doing such a great job of announcing, not only at homecoming, but throughout our entire
school year. Thank you to Ann Kramer and Teresa Gregg for their assistance in announcements,
lists, etc. Thank you to Mrs. Dolliver for getting all of the elementary kids involved in this fun
week. Thank you to Mrs. Kopecky for opening the concession stand for our Friday afternoon
games. Thank you to Wendy Powers for putting together the homecoming program. Thank
you to Mr. Hoyer for giving such a great and powerful speech to the students. Thank you to Mr.
Coufal, Mr. Squires, Mr. Tobey and Mr. Donahue for referring the powder puff game. Thank
you to Mike Maytum Photography for taking coronation pictures. Thank you to Don Densberger
for providing the drywall for our signs. Thank you to Mr. Adams, Mr. Tarr, Mrs. Samuelson,
Mr. Eichenberger, Mr. Tobey and Mrs. Watson for staying to help with the dance. Thank you to
Mr. and Mrs. Duckett, Mr. and Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Morsett, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Fortik and Mrs.
Popp for also helping with the dance. Thank you to the sophomores for providing snacks for
the dance. Thank you to all of the staff for supporting homecoming. Most of all – thank you to
all of the students for taking part in the homecoming activities and having so much fun while
showing so much school spirit! Go Clippers!
Junior Parents Fund-raiser
Jr Class Parents are selling decorative yard blocks
to raise money for post prom!! They will be selling
them at home football games or you can order one
by contacting Karen Kohl at [email protected]
com or Doug and Heather Steiner at [email protected]
rr.com / [email protected] The cost of the
blocks are $15
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Fire Prevention – Oct 7th, 2014
By: Kelley Burianek
Malcolm Fire and Rescue visited with several classes.
Kindergarten – We discussed what to do in a fire, how to get out
and who to call. We put on our fire gear with an air tank to let the
children know what we look like and sound like.
1st – 5th grades – We met in the gym and ran through several
scenarios on how to get out of your house if it was on fire. Can you
get out through a door or a window? What if you are on the second
floor? What do you do if your clothes were on fire (stop, cover your
face, drop and roll). Do you have a meeting place outside your home
where the whole family meets in a fire emergency?
The kids asked us some great questions. We also had two senior high
students in the gym who are interested in fire fighting as a career.
L-R: Jonah Beckmann, Matthew Kallhoff
Please ask your children about fire safety. Review your plan to get
out and where your meeting place is. Check your smoke detector
batteries. Set off your detector at night to see if your children wake
up. Make sure your house/driveway is clearly marked with your
house number.
Have a safe and happy Halloween!!
Nebraska FBU Team Selects
Two Malcolm Students
Congratulations Colton Hill and Mason Goodwater for being selected
to the 2014 Nebraska Football University National Team. The
Nebraska FBU team is compromised of all star players throughout
the state and will compete against teams from other states for a
national title. The boys had to tryout by completing speed, agility and
football drills, and were ultimately selected for the overall athleticism
and personal character. Good luck and best wishes!
Health News – 2014
L-R: Mason Goodwater, Colton Hill
By: Mr. Tobey
As we approach the end of the first quarter of 2014 both health classes have made great
strides
in their understanding of health topics and what’s affecting today’s youth. We live
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in a very complex society faced everyday by important health decisions that have to be
made
by today’s youth. Both classes have been able to learn and adapt some of these
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principles
to their everyday lives and future moving forward.
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Health-1
(freshmen) are currently studying violence prevention and taking a look into
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what
wh may cause violence in schools. Throughout the semester they have studied lessons in
nutrition,
weight and body composition, physical activity, health skills and character, and
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ways to
t achieve good mental health. They have demonstrated great knowledge in these areas
as it relates
l t to them and their future.
Health-2 (sophomores) are currently studying the male/female reproductive systems. This lesson
leads us into our baby unit when most people see the students caring for a demo baby for 3 days. The
sophomores have also studied chapters in CPR/First Aid, stress and anxiety, peer/family relationships,
and mental/emotional problems. As they continue their journey in life, they will be able to apply many
of these important health topics to their everyday lifestyles.
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Library Media Centers Happenings
By: Mrs. Betty Geiser
The Westfall Library Media Center has been very busy so far this school year. We
received 2 new bookcases from Scholastic $’s from our MPTO book fairs last year.
This enabled the area to be rearranged more efficiently. The Fiction books can all be
in one area, and the Picture books also have their space. Thank you MPTO!
All students K-6 went through an orientation skills class to review expectations. Then
we proceeded on with the following:
KWe read books about books; Mr. Wiggle showed up to talk about book care and we
read his book and others on book care; Classroom theme Bear books were read, along with the field
trip theme: pumpkin books; Fairy Tales: Goldilocks and the Three Bear books and Cinderella stories
were read, as well as fractured fairy tale versions of the two stories and comparisons were made; we
noted Fire Prevention Week with a video including Sparky’s ABC of Fire and several other books.
1stBooks about books and book care were read; Fairy Tales: Different versions of The Three Billy
Goats Gruff, and Jack and the Beanstalk were read and compared, along with a fractured version of each
of these fairy tale; several fire prevention books were read during Fire Prevention Week.
2nd- Books about reading and school were read; Folklore genre was next with elements of Fairy Tales
discussed and Cinderella stories from other countries read and compared; next was our Tall Tales with
its distinguishing elements and John Henry character; followed by our Fable elements and the short
version and book version of Town Mouse/Country Mouse; for Fire Prevention Week we read a tall tale
about Mose, a New York fire fighter.
3rd- Read books about libraries; Folklore genre was next, we began with the Fairy Tales and its
elements and read versions of the Frog Prince, we also read an fairy tale extension of this story; Tall
tales were next with its elements and Pecos Bill as our character; our Fable elements were next and we
read the short version and several book versions of the Lion and the Mouse; our last folklore genre was
the folktale with its elements and the trickster books which we read.
4th- Call numbers and locations for each section of the library were explained including Fiction,
Easy, Biography, Classified, Reference. Sections of the library Including Periodicals, Reference, Fiction,
Nonfiction type of contents were discussed, reviewed, and finally tested.
5th & 6th- Call number and locations for each section of the library were reviewed including Fiction,
Easy, Biography, Classified, and Reference; the online computer modules were discussed; bibliography
information need to be collected from each source was discussed and practiced, and we will now begin
our Computer/Bibliography Packets.
TEEN READ WEEK
The Jr/Sr High School Library Media Center is celebrating Teen Read Week October 13-17.
Golden Sower nominees, and various other Award winning books are on display, with posters, booklist,
and bookmarks available.
ebook News
ebooks are available on the Clipper homepage. Click the ebook button for the appropriate level
and view some of the many ebooks. To download ebooks, you will need to download the app blio at
blio.com on your reader, which may be a phone, ipad, etc. Then email or call me and I will give you a
school password to download books from the wall.
Thank You From Junior Parents
The Meadow Muffin was a big success! The cow did her “job” before the homecoming game even started
and the lucky ticket winner was very happy. Thanks to everyone who supported the after prom by
purchasing a ticket. A very special thanks go to the Jim Nickel family for bringing “Stella” out to pasture!
The junior parents also owe a big thanks to Ed, Tracy and Dawson Dedick for painting the lines on the
field. Thank you!
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Clipper
Schedule of Events
Junior High Volleyball
**Times and Schedule Subject to Change
Monday, October 27
3:45PM
Sports Practices
6:00PM
VB(V)@Elmwood Murdock
Tuesday, October 28
3:45PM
Sports Practices
5:00PM
VB(JV/V)@ Malcolm
Wednesday, October 29
3:45PM
Sports Practices
Thursday, October 30
3:45PM
Sports Practices
7:00PM
Public Play Performance
Friday, October 31
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
FB(V) C2 1st Round
Saturday, November 1
TBA
Doane Honor Band
Monday, November 3
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
VB(V) C1 Subdistricts
A Team
L-R: Claira Monroe, MacKenna Witte, Kelsey Brady, Page Denton,
Ashley Tallon, Brooklyn Minzel, Peyton Davis, Taylor Glause
The Jr. High volleyball team has finished their season, and all
21 girls improved from the beginning which helped the team
be successful. Several girls were serving underhand in August
when we started, and all but 5 were serving overhand by
October. There were 8 girls who had perfect attendance over
the 8 weeks which shows dedication. The C team’s record was
3-2. The B team was 3-4, and the A team was 9-4. The A team
won the MYSA tournament for the second year in a row.
We’d like to thank the parents who volunteered to do the clock,
books, and lines for our home games. Also a big thank you to
Mrs. Stahr who helped with games when the coaches had other
commitments. Our student managers were Piper Beatty and
Mikayla DeBaets who kept stats at the games and helped with
drills during practices.
Thank you to all the girls on the team who helped make it a fun
season. Everyone worked hard to improve in practice, and this
will show as you continue volleyball next season.
Coach Hughes and Coach Beatty
Tuesday, November 4
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
VB(V) C1 Subdistricts
B Team
Wednesday, November 5
3:45PM
Sports Practices
Thursday, November 6
3:45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
VB(V) Subdistricts
L-R: Emma Stratton, Kaylee Shafer, Madison Humphrey, Page
Denton, Hailey Wessell, Tesla Babbitt, Sumner Gilbert, Hayley
Duckett, Taylor Glause
Friday, November 7
3;45PM
Sports Practices
TBA
FB C2 QtrFinals
TBA
VB Districts @ TBA
4:00PM
One Act Dress Rehearsal
6:00PM
Sing Around NE Honor Choir
Saturday, November 8
9:00AM
Sing Around NE Honor Choir
9:00AM
ECNC Play Production @ Lofte
Community Theatre
C Team
Clockwise: Peyton Gissler, Hannah Bescheinen,
Chloe Kramer, Emily Steiner, Hayley Duckett,
Emma Stratton, Rayce Anderson, Amanda
Ward
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basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director of Office of Civil
Rights, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call 800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an
equal opportunity provider and employer.
Produce Bar Everyday.
Milk Offered with Every Lunch
Last Chance
For Booster Wear
The booster store will be open at the Winter
Sports Parent Meeting on November 11th.
This will be your last chance until next Fall
to get your Stadium Seats, Hats, Scarves,
Shirts, Jackets - They ALL make GREAT
Gifts!!
Box Tops
We had a great turn out in the challenge of
Box Tops for raffle tickets at the Fall Festival.
We raised over $350.00 from Box Tops just
from this challenge!!! Keep up the good
work!!!
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Labels
For Education
Everyone is doing a great job turning in
Labels for Education. They have changed
how we redeem prizes from them. We can
either choose merchandise from the catalog
or we can save up the points and get cash
in the form of pre paid visa cards!!! This is
really good news because now we can use that
cash to by anything we need for the school!!!
We are almost up to $500, so we can get that
die/cut machine that the teachers and paras
have been looking forward to!!! Keep up the
good work!!!
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Malcolm Action Coalition (MAC) Notes
SAFE HOMES SCHOOL DIRECTORIES – These are almost done and will be sent home with
students in the next couple weeks.
RED RIBBON WEEK – This is coming up the end of October. There will be a coloring/art contest
from elementary through high school and banners will be made out of the winning entries.
TALKABOUTALCOHOL.ORG – a BRAND NEW website brought to you by the Lancaster Prevention
Coalition, a partnership consisting of nine Lincoln and Lancaster County community groups (MAC is
one of these). Together, these groups work to reduce risky alcohol-related behavior, such as underage
drinking, binge drinking, and drinking and driving. They also work to encourage and empower parents
to be active in prevention efforts. CHECK IT OUT!
NEXT MEETING – Wednesday, November 19th @ 5 pm in the High School Media Center
Please consider coming to support Safe Families-Safe Schools-Safe Communities and help us plan
activities empowering youth, families and adults in the Malcolm community.
Malcolm Booster Notes
DISTRICT CROSS COUNTRY – Thanks to all those who came out to help with the races!
Congratulations to both Malcolm teams making it to State!
PROJECTOR SPONSORS - Boosters are using these funds to grow the number and value of
scholarships given. If you know of a business who may be interested in advertising on the projector,
please let Dale Sackett (937-3776) or Kristie Locke (560-1822) know.
NEXT MEETING - Wednesday, November 12th @ 7pm in the Administration Building. (TIME
CHANGE!)
Please come to Booster meetings throughout the year. Your input is essential for events, scholarships and
other activities which Boosters participate in and/or coordinate. The funds raised go towards improving
the athletic environment & providing scholarships for our student athletes. Thanks!
Minutes – Board of Education
October 20, 2014
The Board of Education, School District #148, Lancaster County, Nebraska met on Monday, October 20,
2014 at 7:00PM in open public session at 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE, as previously advertised in
the September 18, 2014 and October 9, 2014 issues of “The Clipper”, to conduct normal and usual business
of the District. Board answering roll call were: Michelle Bice, Donald Densberger, William England,
Andrea Holka, Kevin Lostroh, Craig Vanderkolk. Administrators present were Ryan Terwilliger, Greg
Adams, Amber Dolliver. Chairman Densberger called the meeting to order at 7:00PM and noted that the
Open Meetings Act is posted on the north wall of the meeting room.
Lostroh moved for approval of the consent agenda with an updated list of bills, seconded by Bice. Ms.
Lostroh reviewed the updated list of bills. She answered questions from the Board. Voting by roll call:
AYES – Densberger, England, Holka, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice. NAYS – None. Motion 10-2014-76
passed.
Financial Summary
October 20, 2014
School Accounts
Previous Bal 9/1/2014
Receipts - September 2014
Disbursements- Sept 2014
Cash in Cking 9/30/2014
Invested: Sept 2014
General
$1,168,498.35
$601,958.12
$488,209.35
$394,830.02
$887,417.10
Lunch
$27,658.56
$22,473.02
$30,976.90
$6,153.49
$13,001.19
Activity
$201,984.45
$23,954.40
$19,968.77
$2,235.78
$203,734.30
Bus Deprec
$59,409.77
$3.19
$1,163.65
$58,249.31
$0.00
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Student Fees
$3,909.35
$11,315.00
$5,144.35
$10,080.00
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Lanc. Co. Treasurer:
Previous Bal 9/1/2014
Receipts -Sept 2014
Disbursements - Sept 2014
Cash on Hand 9/30/2014
General
$285,485.24
$35,936.99
$285,835.41
$35,586.82
NSDLAF (Investment)
Previous Bal 9/1/2014
Receipts - Sept 2014
Disbursements Sept 2014
Cash on Hand 9/30/2014
Spc Bldg
$278,397.52
$11,552.70
$5,268.79
$284,681.43
Bond
$18,483.02
$1,273.87
$18,494.74
$1,262.15
Bond Fund
$411,670.90
$19,769.94
$0.00
$431,440.84
QCPUF
$3,265.41
$206.96
$3,267.37
$205.00
Spc Bldg
$10,760.72
$681.63
$10,767.17
$675.18
QCPUF Checking
$48,212.12
$3,504.97
$0.00
$51,717.09
Communications From The Public – None
Unfinished Business – None
New Business –
Vanderkolk moved, seconded by Bice, that the Board activate the Temporary Early Retirement Incentive
Policy 4750, for two qualified faculty members, effective for the 2014-2015 school year. Voting by roll
call: AYES – England, Holka, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, Densberger. NAYS – None. Motion 10-201477 passed.
The Music Departments are requesting permission to take their biennial music trip to Memphis on
May 26-29, 2015. An itinerary was presented. Bice moved to approve the May music trip to Memphis.
Seconded by Lostroh. Voting by roll call: AYES – Holka, Lostroh, Vanderkolk, Bice, Densberger,
England. NAYS – None. Motion 10-2014-78 passed.
Administrative Reports –
Principal Amber Dolliver, Westfall Elementary
K-6 Parent Teacher Conferences had 92% attendance.
Red Ribbon Week will be presented by MAC and MPTO next week
The Veterans Recognition Program will be Tuesday, November 11th at 8:30AM at Westfall
Principal Greg Adams, Jr/Sr High School
7-12 Parent Teacher Conferences had 70% attendance.
Gateway Pep Rally will be held Wednesday, October 22nd at 7:00PM. It’s a K-12 event held to
support all Fall activities.
Student Council attended the State Conference and were awarded the Gold Standard Student
Council award again this year. Malcolm is one of the few small schools receiving this award.
Jack Tarr was awarded the Outstanding Student Council Sponsor at the State Conference.
Superintendent Ryan Terwilliger –
Mr. Pritchett is working on having the weight room facilities available to the public second
semester.
The Negotiations Team will need to consider dates for negotiations. The Board discussed
whether there is a need for a professional comp study on teacher salaries.
The EHA BCBS premium rates should be determined before the end of the month.
Mr. Terwilliger noted he will be serving on the Nebraska Department of Education Commissioner’s
Advisory Group.
With no further business before the Board, Bice moved, seconded by England, to adjourn. By
acclamation, all voted in favor. Chairman Densberger declared the meeting adjourned at 8:23PM.
Respectfully submitted,
Julia Lostroh
Recording Secretary
The next regular meeting of the Board of Education will be Monday, November 17, 2014 at 7:00PM at
the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th St., Malcolm, NE. The agenda will be published the Friday
before each meeting.
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GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
October 20, 2014
Payroll
ABM
American Red Cross
Arbor Scientific
ASCD
AS Central Services
Bauer Built Inc.
Biggerstaff Plumbing & Heating Inc.
Blaine Ray Workshops, Inc.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Boshart, JoAnn
ByteSpeed, LLC
CDW-Government
Christian, Marley
Cornhusker Heating and A/C
Creative Teaching Press
Deluxe Business Checks and Solutions
Dishman, Chris
Dolliver, Amber
Duncan Enterprises, Inc.
EBSCO
ESU Coordinating Council
ESU 3
ESU #4
ESU 6
Electronic Contracting Company
Electrical Engineering & Equipment Co .
Elgin School Supply Co., Inc.
Farmer's Cooperative
Fastenal
First Concord Group
Haan Crafts
Haddock
Hammett, Sheri
Hansmeyer, Constance
Heffelfinger, Ami
Hillyard
HyVee
Ink Technologies, LLC
Inspro Insurance
Integrated Controls
Interstate All Battery Center
Interstate Battery Systems of Omaha
JW Pepper
Journal Star Printing
Kidwell
Konica Minolta
L&W Garbage Service Inc
Lancster County Sheriff's Office
Lincoln Lock & Safe
Meehl, Jan
Menards
MidAmerica Adm. Solutions
NASCO
NASB
NaviTabs
NCSA
NDE Early Childhood Training Center
Nebraska Landscape Solutions
Nebraska Safety Center
Neujahr, Liz
Norris Public Power District
Odvody Nantkes, Jennifer
Office Depot
Omaha Truck Center
OneSource
Overhead Door Co. of Lincoln, Inc.
Pekarek, Deb
Pfeil, Kristen
PGH&G
$386,445.02
$20,711.98
$675.00
$150.80
$209.00
$236.79
$126.00
$1,781.13
$51.00
$2,044.47
$464.76
$41,849.00
$6,061.22
$1,682.50
$209.30
$12.99
$197.86
$1,722.88
$33.48
$320.00
$747.64
$2,236.00
$20.00
$3,800.00
$4,490.00
$345.00
$208.68
$14.82
$320.65
$190.01
$110.00
$272.35
$4,507.00
$871.84
$425.75
$2,409.76
$1,345.93
$130.51
$48.84
$48.00
$2,770.00
$41.40
$350.44
$1,297.17
$624.07
$994.00
$3,372.51
$336.00
$14,371.20
$131.00
$791.10
$176.84
$250.00
$21.45
$280.00
$51.50
$125.00
$20.00
$193.67
$150.00
$8.88
$9,233.64
$352.90
$51.44
$554.37
$260.00
$125.00
$150.00
$1,991.80
$700.00
Payroll Expenses
Janitorial Service - Two Months
CPR Certification
Classroom Supplies
Membership Renewal - AD
Internet Services
Foam Fill/Shop Supplies
Repair Water Heater/Plumbing in Westfall BR
Spanish Classroom Supplies
BCBS Insurance Premium
Reimbursement for DOT Charges/Mileage
Laptops-REAP/Office Computers
Chrome 2GB 16 GB SSD- REAP
Contracted Coach - HS Softball
Roof Cap/Cover for Trash Can
Classroom Supplies
Depreciation Checks/Deposit Slips
Contracted Coach - HS Football
Reimbursement for Supplies
Spraying Insecticide for FB Field and Bleachers
Library Periodicals
Angel Accounts
NWEA Nebraska Registration
DVLG Membership Technology Services 14-15
Character Retreats/Ebook Consortium
Change/Add to Bell Schedule
Light Bulbs
UniScience Test Leads
Mower Diesel/Propane
Maintenance Supplies
Flex 125 Adm Fees
FCS Classroom Supplies
Classroom Projectors
Hearing SPED Services
ECSE SPED Services
Mental Health Services
Custodial Supplies
FCS Classroom Supplies
Toner
Trailer Insurance
HVAC Controls Services Agreement
9 Volt Batteries
AAA/AA Batteries
Sheet Music/Music Portfolios
Budget Notices
Cable Relocation
Copier Lease Payment/Extra Copies
Garbage Service
Resource Officer Contract
Master Padlock/Repair Panic Bar
PT SPED Services
Maintenance Supplies/IT Supplies
3rd Party TPA Services
Principal Supplies
Area Membership Meeting
Ledger Tabs
2014 NE Fall Ed Tech Conference Registration
GOLD SPED Tech Training
Lawn Chemicals
Level I Bus Training
Reimbursment for Classroom Supplies
Electric Service
Vision Specialist - SPED
Office Supplies
Clearance Lights/Seat Belts/Entrance Inspection
Background Checks
Repair Bus Bay Door/Remote
Paint Football Field
OT SPED Services
Legal Services
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Puterbaugh, Patti
Rivers Metal Products, Inc.
Security Equipment Inc.
SFM - Work Comp
Teacher Created Resources
Unite Private Networks, LLC
Utility Parts Services - NAPA
Verizon
Village of Malcolm
VISA - Union Bank
Virtual High School
Wal-Mart
Wex Bank
Windstream
Wyatt, Amy
$22.53
$142.84
$438.75
$3,746.00
$6.98
$304.84
$20.90
$159.72
$5,264.80
$620.01
$450.00
$279.09
$3,908.95
$506.36
$125.94
Summer Reading Supplies
Metal Work
Replace Motion Detectors/Keypad
Installment - Work Comp
2nd Grade Supplies
Distance Learning Cable
Auto Parts
Cell Phone Service
Water/Sewer Service
Office Supplies/All-State Vocal-Band/
Virtual High School Seat
FCS Classroom Supplies
School Vehicle Fuel
Phone Service
Mileage Reimbursement
Checks Out of Cycle
US Post Office
Verne Simmonds Co
WalMart
Lincoln Children's Zoo
NASCO
AS Central Services
$192.33
$275.00
$40.79
$21.00
$279.90
$236.79
Clipper/Brd. Minute Postage
Flex Hoses for Heat Pumps
SPED Lifeskills Supplies
SPED Field Trip Admission
Kindergarten Classroom Supplies
Internet Services
School Lunch Fund
Payroll
CashWa
Earthgrains
Nebraska Food Distribution Program
Pegler Sysco
Pepsi-Cola of Lincoln
Prairieland Food
TechMasters
Thompson Company
VISA - Union Bank
Wyatt, Amy
$27,113.01
$11,127.24
$3,783.10
$559.14
$2,064.61
$2,977.52
$116.50
$2,525.88
$222.00
$2,953.08
$658.00
$125.94
Wages/Benefits
Food/Custodial Supplies
Bread Products
Commodities
Food Supplies
SoBe/Water for Breakfast Program
Millk Products
Repair Walk-In Cooler/Steamer
Food Supplies
Trays/Ice Cream Freezer/Breakfast Supplies
Mileage Reimbursement
Special Building Fund
JEM Restoration Services Inc.
Cather & Sons Construction
Haldeman Homme, Inc.
Kidwell
$16,630.00
$2,750.00
$3,242.00
$4,525.00
Water Proofing and Caulk Control Joints
Asphalt Repairs
Screen and Recoat Gym Floor
Install Phone System/Add Wall Mounts
$544,346.86
$27,147.00
REGULAR
SCHOOL
BOARD MEETINGS
THE NEXT regular meeting for the Board will
be Monday, NOVEMBER 17, 2014 at 7:00PM
at the District Board Room, 10004 NW 112th
St., Malcolm, Nebraska. An agenda is published the Friday before each regular board
meeting. This can be picked up at the business office or read online at www.malcolm-
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10004 nw 112th st, malcolm, ne 68402
MID-WEEK CONTINUES AT ST. PAUL’S
LUTHERAN Church in Malcolm. Mid-week is
from 3:45 to 5pm every Wednesday. We’d love
to see everyone there. The next book our reading
group will be discussing is “The Children's
Blizzard" by David Laskin. Call the church for
times of our next discussion. On the web at
saintpaulsmalcolm.org
www.malcolmschools.org
Clipper Classifieds
MALCOLM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
INVITES you to join us for Sunday Service! Worship at 9AM, Sunday School starts at 9:15AM and
fellowship treats after the service. We’re located
on the NW corner of Malcolm, 520 Malcolm Rd.
EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT! WELL DID YOU
KNOW that Word of Life is building on the hill
at 200 Fletcher Ave. We will still be on the edge
of Lincoln, just east of Fallbrook with the move
probably happening in January...
...RIGHT NOW, WE ARE LOCATED AT 570
FALLBROOK Blvd (above TOAST.) Our service is
on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School and
Bible Classes at 9:15 a.m. Check out our web site,
www. wordoflifelincoln.org (or facebook) Pastor
Larry Oetting- 402.742.WORD (9673)
PLEASE JOIN ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH for weekly worship services, 2244 NW
126th Street, Lincoln, NE. Weekly services are held
on Sundays @ 9:00 a.m. followed by Fellowship &
Sunday School.
NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS PARISH
BAZAAR, Sunday, Nov. 16, 1101 Isaac Dr., Lincoln.
BAZAAR
All are invite!- Spaghetti Dinner (including to-go
orders)- Beer Garden- Live and Silent Auctions
- Games - Photo Booth- Bake Sale- Snack Bar Raffle
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CHURCH HAS
BIBLE learning opportunities! Jr High and High
School FCA during the school year. Various Adult
Groups for families as well as men and women
groups. 402-796-2344 www.nccmalcolm.org.
Sunday worship 8:30 and 11 with Sunday School
at 9:45. Come learn with us!
THANK YOU
TO THE MALCOLM AND
RAYMOND fire and Rescue Crews for their quick
response to our fire. Your helpfulness and kindness
was appreciated. Thank you. The George Bool
family.
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TREE FESTIVAL AT MALCOLM UNITED
METHODIST Church. Malcolm United
Methodist Church would like to invite the
community to come decorate a tree and celebrate
the spirit of the season...
...MANY DECORATED TREES WILL BE ON
DISPLAY for all to see on Saturday, December
6th. More details coming soon. If you or your
group are interested in decorating a tree, please
contact Kelley Burianek at 402-429-5920.
NEBRASKA STOP FIRE. THE WORLD’S BEST
FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Dealers Dan and Wendy
Botsch. Phone: 402-580-8000 - Dan. 402-4509117 - Wendy. Web: AKE.com Email: dan.
[email protected] 1704 9th Rd, Chapman, NE
68827. Also available at Klute Truck in Ceresco.
VILLAGE OF MALCOLM BOARD OF
TRUSTEES MEETING will be held on Wednesday,
November 5th at 7:00PM at the Village Hall 137
E. Second Street, (right behind the Post office),
Malcolm, Nebraska. If you have any comments,
concerns, questions or would like to hear what is
going on, please join us. Everyone is welcome!!!!!!
JOIN US FOR A GREAT BREAKFAST ON
SUNDAY October 26, 2014 8:00AM - 12:30PM.
Pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits and
gravy, coffee, and juice. Adults - $6.00 Children
(12 & under)-$2.00. Pleasant Dale Legion Post
#354
NEED ROCK, DIRT, SAND, WOOD CHIPS, OR
GRAVEL delivered? Call Nelson Hauling at 402796-2686
HIGH SPEED INTERNET - SPEEDS UP TO 15MBSERVICING rural areas and local towns including:
Malcolm, Garland, Raymond, Emerald, Staplehurst and north Lincoln. Plans starting at $24.00
per month with unlimited data packages and NO
contracts. No phone line needed. Home phone and
internet service for under $47 (taxes included) per
month. www.ais-ne.com or call 402-817-1717
October 23, 2014
JACOBSEN
ACOBSEN
ROCK
& GRAVEL - WE
DELIVER Rock, Gravel, Ag-Lime, Dirt, or Sand for
any project you might have. We carry River Rock
and all sizes of Ornamental Rock. A local company,
call for an estimate today. Gary Jacobsen, Rt. #1,
Garland, NE 402-783-2447 or cell phone 643-5171.
LOOS CONSTRUCTION
INC- COMPLETE
BUILDING & REMODELING SERVICES. Local
General Contractor since 1996 A+ BBB Rating.
Located in Raymond. LCI has quality minded
EMPLOYEES with experience in all phases of construction. Contractors ID # 25058 NE , insured
& references available. CALL FOR FREE EST. 402783-2111/402-416-0141 www.loosconstructioninc.com
RDM LANDSCAPES
IS YOUR
LOCAL
LANDSCAPE COMPANY
COMPANY.. Fall is a great time to
complete those landscape projects you have been
thinking about all year. Retaining walls, paver &
flagstone patios, water features, perennial & tree
installation, landscape lighting and more. Contact
us today for your free estimate. Ryan Maxson 402310-0868
LOOS CONSTRUCTION INC- ( LCI ) QUALITY
CUSTOM cabinets & built-inns CALL FOR FREE
ESTIMATE 402-783-2111 / 402-416-0141 REFRENCES AVAILABLE www.loosconstructioninc.
com / [email protected]
TASTEFULLY SIMPLE IS AVAILABLE FOR
YOU! Do you crave Bountiful Beer Bread? Or
need to stock up on your favorite seasonings like
Onion Onion & Garlic Garlic for your everyday
cooking? Try a freezer meal workshop to stock
your freezer with several fabulous meals for quick
& easy suppers. Call or email today! Joy Plautz
*450-9219* [email protected]
REAL ESTATE - BUYING & SELLING - OVER
84 COMBINED years experience in residential
homes, acreages, farms and acreage development.
Free Market Analysis. Call us to develop your
land. Malcolm area residents at 3600 NW 126th
St. for 23 years. Merle and Carolyn Jahde, Home
Real Estate. Call 402-432-0443 or 402-432-3700.
TAKE YOUR SKIN SERIOUSLY. DID YOU
KNOW? 80% of the sun damage that leads to skin
cancer occurs before the age of 18. With early detection and proper treatment the average cure rate
is 100%. It’s important you call Complete Family
Dermatology. Schedule a complete skin cancer
screening with Dr. Basler today. F or information
about all available office services, visit...
...www.CompleteFamilyDermatology.com.
SOUTH LINCOLN 2455 Pine Lake Rd, Ste 110
Lincoln, NE 68512. 402-423-1111. North Lincoln 5790 N 33rd St. Circle, Ste A Lincoln, NE
68504. Geoff Basler, M.D., Brent Behrens PA-C.
RAYMOND CONTRACTING INC. - SEPTICS AND
LAGOONS Services include site planning, percolation testing, system design, installation, troubleshooting and property transfer inspections. Certified and Insured. Free Estimates. Lloyd Jakoubek
402-783-2663 or 402-890-6009.
BUETTENBACK CHIROPRACTIC - BACK PAIN,
NECK pain, Headaches? We can help you get
your life back! We are currently accepting new
patients. Call today! 402.476.8483
HOEFTS
AUTO
RESTORATION
AND
COLLISION Minor dents to major rebuilds. Excellent work at a fair price. 402-601-9698
FOR PEST OR RODENT PROBLEMS, PLEASE
CALL JLS PEST CONTROL. Residential or Commercial. Free affordable quotes. Guaranteed Results. Ask for Buddy. Office 477-1334, Cell 890-4986
SYNERGY HOMES INC.
(402) 499-3496
CUSTOM HOME Builder and local Malcolm
resident. Bring us your plan or choose from one of
our existing homes plans. Specializing in acreage
home building. We can help make your dream
home a reality! Email: [email protected]
com Website: www.synergyhomesne.com
MIT HOME INSPECTIONS - I PROVIDE A 10
POINT home inspection from attics to crawl
spaces. Before you sell or buy one of the largest
investments of your life make sure you get it inspected by MIT. Please contact Steve Duckett at
402-405-1193.
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Malcolm Public Schools
Salute to Veterans Day!
All Veterans are invited to join us at Malcolm Public
School on Tuesday, November 11th from 8:30-9:30
am for a special Veterans Day Program. This will
include a short presentation by our students as well
as refreshments and social time for the veterans.
Come to our One Act
Public Performance
Thursday, October 30 at 7PM
Monday, November 17 at 7PM
How can you participate? Call the school at
402-796-2151 ext. 521 and let us know you will
attend! (Share this invite with other Veterans too!).
Please let us know your name, military branch, and
years of service.
Don’t miss your chance to see
another great performance from our
One Act Team!!
Please respond as soon as possible so we can plan
accordingly
.
Thanks to you!!!
and
From all Malcolm Administration, Staff, and Students
DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT ISSUE WILL BE ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st. PLEASE CALL
WENDY AT 796-2151, EXT 501 OR EMAIL AT [email protected] AD PRICES ARE: $1.50
FOR 1-3 lines, $3.00 4-8 lines. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY AD. ADS MUST
BE PAID FOR BEFORE PRINT DATE!
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Organization
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10004 NW 112th Street
MALCOLM NE 68402
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