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2                                                                                       ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
3                                                                                                 School Business Services
4                                                                                                     (217)785-8779
 5                                                                        ANNUAL STATEMENT OF AFFAIRS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING
 6                                                                                           June 30, 2012
 7                                                                                                (Section 10-17 of the School Code)
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 9 SCHOOL DISTRICT/JOINT AGREEMENT NAME:                   THORNTON FRACTIONAL H.S. SCHOOL DISTRICT #215                                                               DISTRICT TYPE
10                          RCDT NUMBER:                   07-016-2150-17-000                                                                                            Elementary
11                              ADDRESS:                   1601 WENTWORTH AVENUE, CALUMET CITY IL 60409                                                                 High School        X
12                               COUNTY:                   COOK                                                                                                             Unit
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14          NEWSPAPER WHERE PUBLISHED:                     THE SOUTHTOWN STAR NEWSPAPER
15       ASSURANCE
         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
16       in accordance with Section 10-17 of the School Code.

17            YES
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19                 CAPITAL ASSETS                                                          VALUE                SIZE OF DISTRICT IN SQUARE MILES                                      14
20       WORKS OF ART & HISTORICAL TREASURES                                                         0          NUMBER OF ATTENDANCE CENTERS                                           3
21       LAND                                                                                  560,301          9 MONTH AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE                                   3,564
22       BUILDING & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS                                                   74,623,721            NUMBER OF CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES
23       SITE IMPROVMENTS & INFRASTRUCTURE                                                   8,453,250          FULL-TIME                                                           249
24       CAPITALIZED EQUIPMENT                                                               5,888,984          PART-TIME                                                             1
25       CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS                                                                    0            NUMBER OF NON-CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES
26           Total                                                                          89,526,256          FULL-TIME                                                           154
27                                                                                                              PART-TIME                                                             1
28        NUMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED PER GRADE                                                                    TAX RATE BY FUND (IN %)
29       PRE-KINDERGARTEN                                                                                       EDUCATIONAL                                                      2.8135
30       KINDERGARTEN                                                                                           OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE                                      0.3470
31       FIRST                                                                                                  BOND & INTEREST                                               0.3395
32       SECOND                                                                                                 TRANSPORTATION                                                0.1046
33       THIRD                                                                                                  MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT                                          0.0387
34       FOURTH                                                                                                 SOCIAL SECURITY                                               0.0980
35       FIFTH                                                                                                  WORKING CASH                                                  0.0433
36       SIXTH                                                                                                  FIRE PREVENTION & SAFETY                                      0.0000
37       SEVENTH                                                                                                TORT IMMUNITY                                                 0.0669
38       EIGHTH                                                                                                 CAPITAL PROJECTS                                              0.0000
39       SPECIAL                                                                                                SPECIAL EDUCATION                                             0.0215
40           Total Elementary                                                                         0         LEASING                                                       0.0000
41       NINTH                                                                                    1,004         OTHER                                                         0.0000
42       TENTH                                                                                      764         OTHER                                                         0.0000
43       ELEVENTH                                                                                   858         DISTRICT EQUALIZED ASSESSED VALUATION (EAV)              812,065,570
44       TWELFTH                                                                                    918         EQUALIZED ASSESSED VALUATION PER ADA PUPIL                   227,846                    5
45       SPECIAL                                                                                                TOTAL LONG TERM DEBT ALLOWED                               56,032,524          56,032,524
46           Total Secondary                                                                      3,544         TOTAL LONG TERM DEBT OUTSTANDING AS OF June 30, 2012      28,133,963
47           Total District                                                                       3,544         PERCENT OF LONG TERM DEBT OBLIGATED CURRENTLY                    50.21%
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49       ISBE 50-37 (07/27/2012) ASA11form.xls
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1                                                                                        STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
2                                                                                                AS OF JUNE 30, 2012
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4                                                              (10)               (20)               (30)               (40)              (50)              (60)             (70)           (80)             (90)
                                                                                                                                      Municipal
                                                     Acct                     Operations &                                                                                                             Fire Prevention &
                             Description                    Educational                          Debt Service      Transportation    Retirement &     Capital Projects   Working Cash       Tort
                                                      No                      Maintenance                                                                                                                    Safety
 5                                                                                                                                  Social Security
 6   CURRENT ASSETS (100)
 7   Cash (Accounts 111 thru 115)                             16,752,072          3,762,219           718,596             805,292          421,185            110,611        3,206,234       225,854                  0
 8   Investments                                     120
 9   Taxes Receivable                                130
10   Interfund Receivables                           140
11   Intergovernmental Accounts Receivable           150
12   Other Receivables                               160
13   Inventory                                       170
14   Prepaid Items                                   180
15   Other Current Assets                            190
16        Total Current Assets                                16,752,072          3,762,219           718,596             805,292          421,185            110,611        3,206,234       225,854                  0
17   CURRENT LIABILITIES (400)
18   Interfund Payables                              410
19   Intergovernmental Accounts Payable              420
20   Other Payable                                   430
21   Contracts Payable                               440                                                  10,000
22   Loans Payable                                   460
23   Salaries & Benefits Payable                     470
24   Payroll Deductions & Withholdings               480
25   Deferred Revenues & Other Current Liabilities   490
26   Due to Activity Fund Organizations              493
27        Total Current Liabilities                                       0                  0            10,000                0                 0                  0                  0          0                  0
28   LONG-TERM LIABILITIES (500)
29   Long-Term Debt Payable                          511
30       Total Liabilities                                                0                  0            10,000                0                 0                  0                  0          0                  0
31   Reserved Fund Balance                           714
32   Unreserved Fund Balance                         730      16,752,542          3,762,219           708,596             805,292          421,185            110,611        3,206,234       225,854                  0
33   Investments in General Fixed Assets
34   Total Liabilities and Fund Balances                      16,752,542          3,762,219           718,596             805,292          421,185            110,611        3,206,234       225,854                  0




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1                                                      STATEMENT OF REVENUES RECEIVED/REVENUES, EXPENDITURES DISBURSED/EXPENDITURES, OTHER SOURCES/USES
2                                                                          AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE - FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2012
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4                                                                   (10)               (20)             (30)              (40)                (50)               (60)              (70)           (80)             (90)
                                                                                                                                          Municipal
                                                          Acct                     Operations &                                                                                                              Fire Prevention &
                            Description                          Educational                        Debt Service     Transportation      Retirement &      Capital Projects    Working Cash       Tort
                                                           No                      Maintenance                                                                                                                     Safety
5                                                                                                                                       Social Security
6 RECEIPTS/REVENUES
7 Local Sources                                           1000     22,316,065          4,064,692        2,504,903           780,580          1,229,741                10,001         342,371       416,143                  0
     Flow-Through Received/Revenue from One District to
                                                          2000
 8   Another District                                                 112,441                  0                                  0                  0
 9   State Sources                                        3000     13,142,180          2,000,000                0         1,731,577                  0             250,000                 0       170,000                  0
10   Federal Sources                                      4000      2,416,154                  0           38,303                 0                  0                   0                 0             0                  0
11       Total Direct Receipts/Revenues                            37,986,840          6,064,692        2,543,206         2,512,157          1,229,741             260,001           342,371       586,143                  0
12   Rec./Rev. for "On Behalf" Payments                   3998      5,258,815                  0                0                 0                  0                   0                               0                  0
13       Total Receipts/Revenues                                   43,245,655          6,064,692        2,543,206         2,512,157          1,229,741             260,001           342,371       586,143                  0
14   DISBURSEMENTS/EXPENDITURES
15   Instruction                                          1000     22,488,206                                                                  373,711
16   Support Services                                     2000     11,399,779          4,296,491                          2,470,047            940,210           5,325,517                         378,637                  0
17   Community Services                                   3000          9,486                  0                                  0                  0
18   Payments to Other Districts & Govt Units             4000      2,651,647                  0                0                 0                  0                    0                                                 0
19   Debt Services                                        5000              0                  0        3,151,961                 0                  0                                                   0                  0
20       Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures                   36,549,118          4,296,491        3,151,961         2,470,047          1,313,921           5,325,517                         378,637                  0
21   Disb./Expend. for "On Behalf" Payments               4180      5,258,815                  0                0                 0                  0                   0                               0                  0
22       Total Disbursements/Expenditures                          41,807,933          4,296,491        3,151,961         2,470,047          1,313,921           5,325,517                         378,637                  0
     Excess of Direct Receipts/Revenues Over (Under)
23   Direct Disbursements/Expenditures                              1,437,722          1,768,201         (608,755)             42,110           (84,180)        (5,065,516)          342,371       207,506                  0
24 Other Sources of Funds                                 7000              0                  0          264,701                   0                 0                  0                 0             0                  0
25 Other Uses of Funds                                    8000              0            264,701                0
26       Total Other Sources/Uses of Funds                                     0        (264,701)        264,701                   0                  0                   0                   0          0                  0
     Excess of Receipts/Revenues & Other Sources of Funds
     (Over/Under) Expenditures/Disbursements & Other Uses of
27   Funds                                                          1,437,722          1,503,500         (344,054)           42,110            (84,180)         (5,065,516)          342,371       207,506                  0
28 Beginning Fund Balances - July 1, 2011                          15,314,820          2,258,719        1,052,650           763,182            505,365           5,176,127         2,863,863        18,348                  0
     Other Changes in Fund Balances Increases
29 (Decreases)
30 Ending Fund Balances June 30, 2012                              16,752,542          3,762,219         708,596            805,292            421,185             110,611         3,206,234       225,854                  0




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1                                                                              ANNUAL STATEMENT OF AFFAIRS SUMMARY FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2012

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     Copies of the detailed Annual Statement of Affairs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2012 will be available for public inspection in the school district/joint agreement administrative office by December 1, 2012. Individuals wanting to
5    review this Annual Statement of Affairs should contact:
     THORNTON FRACTIONAL H.S. SCHOOL
6             DISTRICT #215                                           1601 WENTWORTH AVENUE, CALUMET CITY IL 60409                                              708-585-2300                                              8:00 - 4:00
     School District/Joint Agreement Name                                                        Address                                                           Telephone                                              Office Hours
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 8       Also by January 15, 2013 the detailed Annual Statement of Affairs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2012, will be posted on the Illinois State Board of Education's website@ www.isbe.net.
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10   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.
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12   Statement of Operations as of June 30, 2012
                                                                                                                                                                   Municipal
                                                                                               Operations &                                                                                                                                             Fire Prevention &
                                                                          Educational                               Debt Services         Transportation       Retirement/Social      Capital Projects       Working Cash                Tort
                                                                                               Maintenance                                                                                                                                                    Safety
13                                                                                                                                                                  Security
14   Local Sources                                           1000            22,316,065             4,064,692              2,504,903               780,580             1,229,741                   10,001               342,371               416,143                       0
     Flow-Through Receipts/Revenues from One                 2000
15   District to Another District                                               112,441                     0                                            0                     0
16   State Sources                                           3000            13,142,180             2,000,000                      0             1,731,577                     0                  250,000                     0               170,000                       0
17   Federal Sources                                         4000             2,416,154                     0                 38,303                     0                     0                        0                     0                     0                       0
18        Total Direct Receipts/Revenues                                     37,986,840             6,064,692              2,543,206             2,512,157             1,229,741                  260,001               342,371               586,143                       0
19        Total Direct Disbursements/Expenditures                            36,549,118             4,296,491              3,151,961             2,470,047             1,313,921             5,325,517                                        378,637                       0
20   Other Sources/Uses of Funds                                                      0             (264,701)                264,701                     0                     0                     0                     0                        0                       0
21   Beginning Fund Balances - July 1, 2011                                  15,314,820             2,258,719              1,052,650               763,182               505,365             5,176,127             2,863,863                   18,348                       0
22   Other Changes in Fund Balances                                                   0                     0                      0                     0                        0                     0                  0                        0                       0
23   Ending Fund Balances June 30, 2012                                      16,752,542             3,762,219                708,596               805,292                  421,185               110,611          3,206,234                  225,854                       0
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 1     DISTRICT 215    PUBLICATION LISTING    6/30/12
 2     CERTIFIED           UNDER $25,000
 3   ACKERMAN, ROBBIE F                                 ALLEN-REED, BEATRICE
 4   ANDERSON, YVETTE M                                 ANZILOTTI, DANIEL P
 5   BAISE, ALEXA J                                     BANKS, DONNA L
 6   BARCLAY, NICHOLAS R                                BOVARD, BEVERLY J
 7   BRANCH-COLEMAN, ALFREDA F                          BURK, NICOLE
 8   CALCATERRA, CHRISTOPHER P                          CAPRIOTTI, RYAN J
 9   CARTER, LESTER J                                   CHASE-RICHARD, CLARA A
10   CHILDRESS, LEROY E                                 CURRY, PAULETTE L
11   DELTORO, EVA M                                     DIAZ, CECILIA
12   DOBBS, PATRICIA A                                  ECCLES, FRANK S
13   FARRAR, ALLISON M                                  FERRARI, TERRY R
14   FREDERICK, MICHAEL H                               FREEMAN, AMANDA L
15   GREENBERG, CHRISTINE I                             HARDIN, LOUIS
16   HARPER, HOWARD F                                   HEINTZ, JULIA
17   HOLUBEC, MARK N                                    JONES, PATRICIA G
18   JONES-NORRIS, PEGGY A                              KEHOE, MEGAN E
19   KROPIEWNICKI, CONCEPCION                           LAUDE, ROBERT A
20   LAUTURE, RODRIGUE                                  LETT, MARCIA E
21   MASCIOTRA, DAVID A                                 MCCARTHY, DION A
22   MCCORMICK, TIMOTHY J                               MCNEELY, TALAAT Y
23   MURRAY, SARAH C                                    PADJEN, THOMAS C
24   RAMOS, LISA M                                      RANDOLPH, SANDRA
25   ROBERTS, EVAN J                                    ROTH, JONATHAN J
26   RUCKERT, KELLY A                                   SANDERS, ANDREA J
27   SCHNEIDER, KAITLYN R                               SMITH, DEVIN L
28   STOB, JOHN M                                       STUBBLEFIELD, PAUL L
29   SUSLOWICZ, AMY L                                   SYPOLE, MICHAEL S
30   TARDY, LAWRENCE J                                  TENGSTRAND, ROBERT S
31   THEUS, DELETT M                                    VALLADAY, JOSEPH
32   VAUGHN, ANDREA L                                   VRETTOS, DEMETRIOS N
33   WHITE-MONTGOMERY, DEDRA E                          WILSON, DIANE D
34   WILSON, MICHAEL R                                  ZAWADA, ADAM K
35     CERTIFIED          $25,000 - $39,999
36   BIEGEL, EMILY S                                    PIRKL, NICOLE R
37   WILLIAMS, RAE C
38     CERTIFIED          $40,000 - $59,999
39   BERRY-BILLINGS, CHAPPEL M                          BRAASCH, ALLISON L
40   BURTON-FOX, KIZIN                                  CHERRY, MATTHEW R
41   DAVIS, ROBERT K                                    DYER-BRADFORD, OUIDA F
42   FLORES, ROCIO                                      GARRETT, OMARI J
43   HUDSON-RILEY, TONI                                 JONES, CHRISTOPHER R
44   KENT, JASON D                                      KILGORE, THERESE M
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45   LIKE, LAURI A                            MACK, DONALD
46   MAJOR, DELLA M                           MUNDY, KELLY M
47   O'CONNOR, TRICIA L                       OLIVA, JESSICA S
48   OROKUNLE, YETUNDE F                      POTACKI, LORI J
49   PRICE, ERICK                             ROBERTS, CHRISTOPHER E
50   RUSSELL, TIMOTHY M                       SCHLESSER, DOUGLAS M
51   SOMODI, ALLISON J                        SUDKAMP, KERRY A
52     CERTIFIED          $60,000 - $89,999
53   ALTENBURG, AARON P                       ANACLERIO, MICHAEL R
54   ANDERSON, JENNIFER A                     ARUNDEL, JAMIE L
55   BANKS, PEGGY A                           BARNHART, SUSAN M
56   BARTAK, STEPHEN A                        BIVINS, WENDY O
57   BLAHUNKA, MARGARET R                     BLAIR, HOLLY H
58   BOBO, DARCY P                            BOERSMA, LISA
59   BOWEN, AMY L                             BRENT, ROBERT L
60   BROCKMAN, AMANDA S                       BROWN, MICHAEL W
61   BROWN, MOZELLA A                         BRUNTJENS, LAUREN J
62   BYWATER, KIMBERLY D                      CHANT, HEIDI M
63   CHAVEZ, MARIA C                          COULTAS, SEAN M
64   EANES, ALINE M                           EVANCHO, BRYAN J
65   FLOOD, MATTHEW J                         FOX, MICHAEL S
66   FRANGELLA, LYNN C                        FRY, MARY B
67   GERMERAAD, ANGELA E                      GIBSON, TASHA L
68   GREEN, BRANDI J                          GRIFFIN, KERRY E
69   GROSS, JENNIFER R                        GUZMAN, GAIL A
70   HAMILTON, DAVID J                        HANKO-SWEENEY, KATIE R
71   HANRAHAN III, JOHN J                     HANSON, IV, CHESTER E
72   HERNANDEZ, JONATHAN                      HUNT, STACIE E
73   ISA, MYSSIR                              ISBERG, KIMBERLY
74   JAMES, MARCIA E                          JANCICH, MATTHEW
75   JENSEN, TRENT M                          JOHNSON, JASON M
76   JONES, MICHELLE                          KILLEEN, SHAWN A
77   KING, CARRIE A                           KNOX-LINDSAY, LORI
78   KOPPITZ, MICHELLE M                      KUELTZO, ADAM L
79   LAVETTE, DONALD V                        LEONARD-CRIMS, PAMELA S
80   LESLIE, RINDI M                          LESSNER, SUSAN M
81   LORENZATTI, ANTHONY L                    MANSOUR, TAREG G
82   MARTIN, LA QUESHA C                      MASSAT, PAUL J
83   MASSUCCI, TRACY A                        MCDANIEL, MARK L
84   MEIERKORT, MARC A                        MILLER-DESOTO, DIANE
85   MISCH, MARK N                            MODJESKI, NICOLE M
86   MORRIS, RONALD G                         MURAWSKI, SHERI L
87   MURRY, ROSE M                            MURTAUGH, DEBORAH L
88   NAVARRETE, JORGE L                       NELSON, STEPHEN C
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 89   NEWELL, MASON B                         O'TOOLE-GAYLORD, TAREN M
 90   OLOWE, KIZAWANDA A                      OOSTMAN, PATRICIA L
 91   PAPPALARDO, LIZA                        PASHAK III, THOMAS J
 92   PASSARELLI, CHRISTIN A                  PAULAUSKI, ANTHONY P
 93   PERROT, MARY J                          PETITTI, MATTHEW D
 94   PETREY, RONNIE M                        PIJUT, DALE A
 95   POOL, DONALD E                          POPE, ROSHUNDA Q
 96   POTOCKI, JOHN S                         PRASER, KIMBERLY R
 97   PREDL, ROBERT G                         REYNOLDS, KENNETH S
 98   RIDGLEY, JILL S                         RUSSO, CHRISTOPHER J
 99   SHELL, ROBERT E                         SKELTON, ELIZABETH A
100   SMITH, JENNIFER L                       SOSA, DAWN R
101   STEARNEY, TANYA N                       STEWART, TIFFANY C
102   STRAMAGLIA, ELIZABETH J                 STREETER, RENITA R
103   SZUBKA, LAURA L                         TARBUNAS, RICHARD M
104   TIFFY, MATTHEW J                        TORREZ, JUAN C
105   TRIVELINE, DAVID R                      VALISKA, ERIC A
106   WALKER, DAWN L                          WASKO, NICOLE C
107   WEBB, MYCHAEL
108     CERTIFIED          $90,000 AND OVER
109   BARTLETT, TERRI L                       BARTLEY, ADRIA G
110   BECK, KEVIN C                           BELIN, ROBERT J
111   BONIN, LEO A                            BOULER DANIELS, LISA K
112   BRADSHAW, LATHARIES                     BREWE, MARC A
113   BRYK, JOHN                              BURKE, RACHEL D
114   CARLSON JR., RICHARD D                  CLARK, NANCY M
115   COCCO, TIMOTHY L                        CONROY JR., THOMAS P
116   DEJONG, MARY L                          DESOMER, JAMES D
117   DILLON, NANCY G                         DIMARTINO, CHARLES
118   DONOVAN, JENNIFER L                     DRAKULICH, CATHLEEN M
119   ENSALACO, JAMES A                       EVANS, DWAYNE E
120   FARLOW, KENT                            FERCHAU, MICHAEL L
121   FIES, MICHAEL R                         FURMANEK, MICHAEL J
122   GOURLEY, JACOB M                        GRDINA, THERESA M
123   GREPPI, GLORIA A                        HANEY, MARGARET N
124   HANSON, AMANDA E                        HENRY, MARY G
125   HOOD, CATHERINE C                       HORAK, CAROL S
126   HUCKABY, MARTHA L                       HULBERT JR., MOSES
127   JOHNSON, MATTHEW T                      KACZMARCZYK, MICHAEL J
128   KAWA, MICHAEL                           KELLY, JULIE K
129   KIJEWSKI, GLORIA J                      KRZEMINSKI, SHANNON D
130   LAGUNAS, ALEJANDRO                      LASCHOBER, JULIANNE M
131   LEWERS, CHRISTOPHER J                   LICK, JAMES S
132   LORENZ, KIMBERLY M                      MADONIA, MICHAEL J
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133   MAJEWSKI, JEFFREY                      MALIK, JOE
134   MARGRAFF-SPILDE, JACQUELYN C           MCCRAW, CYNTHIA C
135   MCCULLOUGH, KELLI N                    MCCUNE, GREGORY J
136   MCDANIEL, KARLA L                      MCLAUGHLIN, THERESE M
137   MEDINA, JUANITA M                      MOONEY, TIMOTHY O
138   O'ROURKE, JOHN S                       O'SHEA, KEVIN D
139   OLSON, SUSAN M                         PADJEN, ROBERT A
140   PARADISE, ROBERT R                     PIETRANCZYK, DALE
141   PITTMAN, ANN L                         PLONSEY, JOAN
142   POTTER, MICHELLE R                     RAJA, SHEILA
143   READY, DANNA M                         ROBINSON-ROSSI, CAROL P
144   ROBINZINE, JOHN M                      ROGERS, ARTIE J
145   ROSS, ANN P                            RUCINSKI, BRIAN T
146   SANDS, KIMBERLY A                      SCHULDES, FREDERICK T
147   SEIBEL, FRED R                         SHAMA, ANGELA
148   SHAUGHNESSY, SANDRA A                  SHRADER, DAVID W
149   SIMICH, CHRISTOPHER R                  SMITH, DOUGLAS R
150   SPESKI, ROBERT M                       SPILDE, CHAD M
151   STADT, CATHLEEN A                      STEPHAN III, JOSEPH H
152   SZUBA, BECKY A                         TISZA, MICHAEL E
153   TWIETMEYER, STEVE N                    VINSON, JANIS A
154   WADE, THOMAS J                         WALL, PAULETTE M
155   WALLACE, JAMEY                         WEBB, CARL H
156   WEBER, MEGAN E                         WEBER, WILLIAM F
157   WELKER, NANCY J                        WHALEN, JUDITH A
158   WHITTEN, RENA J                        WILLIAMS, RAYMOND G
159   WILLIAMS, CREG E                       WITTING, ANN L
160   ZASADA, TIMOTHY
161   NON-CERTIFIED          UNDER $25,000
162   AVALOS, MARTIN                         BAILEY, AMINAT R
163   BELL, SHAKIRA M                        BERRIDGE, HANNAH J
164   BLANCHETTE, JOAN R                     BOSSETTE, CLAUDE S
165   BOYLAN, MALERIE A                      BRASCHLER JR., MERLE
166   BRESHOCK, STEVE W                      BRESHOCK, TARA R
167   BRIGGS, RICHARD S                      BROWN, CAMERON J
168   BROWN, WILEY J                         BURTON, KELLIE L
169   BYRNE, CHRISTINE E                     CALLEROS, MEAGAN E
170   CARR, KATHLEEN A                       CARTER, GEORGE R
171   COLLINS, CRAIG A                       COLLINS SR, JULIAN A
172   CUSHING, EILEEN M                      DAW, TYLER M
173   DECAPRIO, SCOTT E                      DEERE, CORNELIUS D
174   DELREAL, GRACIELA                      DODD, CHRISTOPHER E
175   DOUGLAS, TAWANA                        DOWNS, BONNIE W
176   DRILLIAS, VASILIKI                     ECTON, PATRICIA
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177   ELLIS, TREMAINE             ELVIRA, BENJAMIN
178   EVANS, CHEYENNE             EVERSON, ARISTA V
179   FABER, NICOLE M             FARLOW, NEIL E
180   FARROW, SONDRIA             FELTON, LASHUNDA M
181   FOREMAN, GREGORY A          FOWLER, GLORIA J
182   GARCIA, DIAMOND D           GILBERT-BROWN, NATALIE L
183   GILL, NICOLE                GRAY, KENNETH H
184   GREAVES, DONALD D           GREEN, KEVIN C
185   GROSS, CLADEDRIC G          HAAS, WILLIAM W
186   HART, LAUREN M              HAWKINS, JERIHMI D
187   HAWKINS, TIFFANY V          HAYGOOD II, MICHAEL A
188   HEARD SR., NEAL S           HENDRICKS-AMISON, LEVI J
189   HERNANDEZ, CATALINA         HOLZER, MATT J
190   HOOPER, JESSICA S           HOUSINGER, MARGARET M
191   JAMROCK, SANDRA M           JONES, CASSANDRA M
192   JONES, DONTE M              KALWEIT, CAROLYN J
193   KAURIN, MICHAEL S           KEILMAN, JULIE
194   KOSIARA, MICHAEL W          LAKE, ASHLEY A
195   LANGSTON, MICHELLE D        LAURICH, SUSAN E
196   LONG, MATTHEW M             LONG, WILLIAM A
197   LOPEZ, VANESSA              MACH, LAURAINE M
198   MANSOUR, MUHAMMAD A         MANUS, SUSAN E
199   MARTIN, JORDAN              MARTINEZ, ANITA
200   MASCIOTRA, MARY ANN         MCCANTS, RODNEY R
201   MCGEE, TOQUAN D             MEJAN, EVELYN J
202   MIRICH, MADELINE J          MURPHY, LEIYA C
203   NEWMAN, MILES J             PASKO, TERRI L
204   PEPPIN, MARY K              PEREZ, JESUS A
205   PHILLIPS, SHANEL P          PINKNEY, HALLE R
206   QUAYLE JR, ROBERT E         QUINONES, MARTIN
207   RICHARDSON, RYAN N          RILEY, MARKITA C
208   ROBINSON, YOLANDA F         ROSINSKI, JESSICA F
209   RUBERRY, ELIZABETH H        RYS, TINA M
210   SANTEFORT, BETH E           SANTEFORT, MARSHALL
211   SCOTT JR., CLINTON          SHELTON, DONNA L
212   SINGLETON, TALON T          SPAETH, MEREDITH J
213   STEWARD, JEREMY B           TAYLOR, BRANDON E
214   TERRELL, JACQUELINE D       THIELEN, AUDREY A
215   THOMAS, BRANDON X           THOMAS, MALIK R
216   TODD, EVA                   TORRES, THOMASINA R
217   TRZNADEL, CHARLOTTE E       TURNER, JENNIFER
218   USTANIK, STEPHANIE M        WARD, NICOLE L
219   WASHINGTON, ERICA N         WILLIAMS, MARISSA G
220   WILLIFORD, JONATHAN R       WILLIS, SHAQUILLE D
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221   NON-CERTIFIED          $25,000 - $39,999
222   BEARD, PAUL B                              BRANDON, DONALD
223   BURFORD, PHYLICIA R                        BURNETT, TANISHIA T
224   CLIFFORD, BARBARA J                        COLLINS, MATTELYN
225   CONLEY, LARRY I                            CORNELL-SIADAK, MARILYN
226   DAWSON, KYLE J                             DREWNO, JULIE A
227   FAULKNER, DIANE                            FREDIANELLI, BRETT J
228   FREDIANELLI, JILL A                        FRIESEMA, JILL M
229   GAMINO, GINO                               GARNER, DIANE
230   GARZA, HOMER V                             GREENE, ERIC L
231   HANKS, STEPHANIE R                         HANSON III, CHESTER E
232   HASSE, KELLY A                             HEBEL, ROBERT M
233   HOLSAPPLE, CYNTHIA J                       KLAPAK, RONALD R
234   KROLAK, RANDELL E                          KROPIEWNICKI, JANET M
235   LACY, GEORGE J                             LAKE, KAREN M
236   LARSON, KAREN K                            LEIB, PHYLLIS A
237   LENTZ, JOANNE P                            LOWERY, DEANDRE
238   LUKASIEWICZ, JACQUELINE A                  LYNCH, BRIAN L
239   MALMQUIST, MATTHEW A                       MASON, IYANA M
240   MESSINA, PETER F                           MITCHELL, SUZANNE
241   MONTERROSO, JULIETA E                      MOODY, BARBARA A
242   PICKAR, DAWN C                             POHLMAN, SANDY
243   QUINN, TAMMY L                             RUIZ, MONICA M
244   SCHMIDT, ERNEST F                          SHERMAN, TERRI Y
245   SICKLES, TODD M                            SIWIEC, MARK A
246   SPUDIC, DEBORAH L                          SREBALUS, MICHAEL L
247   STUBBS, DEVALE K                           TRIPP, DAVID A
248   VILLANI, GAYLE M                           VILLARREAL, SHERYL L
249   WARTMAN, STEVEN T                          WAYNE, SUSAN E
250   WHITFIELD, KENYATTA N                      WIELOSINSKI, KATHLEEN A
251   NON-CERTIFIED          $40,000 - $59,999
252   ADAMS, ROSEMARIE                           BANKOLE, OLUSOGA O
253   BANKSTON, TIMOTHY K                        BEARD, GLYNDA L
254   CIESLAK, DANIEL E                          EDWARDS, DOUGLAS C
255   FALLON, PATRICIA A                         HANSON, GAIL L
256   JENNINGS, JOY F                            MAHONEY, CHRISTINA M
257   MCAFEE, LISHA M                            MENDEZ JR, THOMAS A
258   MLADENOVSKI, JOHN                          MUREIKO, CARMEN N
259   NEELY, JAMES P                             NICHOLS, KIMBERLY S
260   OPITZ, JANICE E                            PHILLIPS, DANA C
261   POLK, JOHNNY R                             QUEER, JAMES H
262   ROBLEDO, RICHARD J                         SEALY, EDWARD C
263   SEFTON, CYLAS M                            STULGA, JAMES A
264   TAYLOR, KIM C                              VLIETSTRA, BARBARA J
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265   WENGREN, JUDITH A                        WHITE, JIMMY
266   WINBUSH-ACOFF, CYNTHIA M
267   NON-CERTIFIED         $60,000 AND OVER
268   ADE-OSHIFOGUN, OLAWALE O                 BROSSEAU, CARRIE L
269   CHIARO, KATHLEEN V                       DEBOSE, LASHAWNDA
270   FRANCUS, JAMES D                         GUTIERREZ, MIGUEL
271   JAMES, FOREST L                          JERGER, APRIL L
272   KONJEVICH, MILEVA                        MARSHALL, LAWRENCE L
273   STEPHAN, TIMOTHY J                       STOJANOVIC, DRAGICA
274   UILDRIKS, JIM A                          VANEK, EDWARD J
275   VENEM, JULIA M
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  1              < < < VENDOR PUBLICATION LISTING > > >
  2      DATE 6/30/2012      SCHOOL DISTRICT 215
  3      VENDORS PAID $2500.01 AND OVER
  4      1ST AYD CORPORATION                                  2,558.88
  5      2ND WIND EXERCISE,INC.                              21,326.00
  6      A BEEP LLC                                          14,642.09
  7      A PLUS INTERACTIVE                                  29,271.00
  8      A.C. JAACKS CREDIT UNION                         1,793,905.06
  9      AAA RENTAL SYSTEM                                   12,520.75
 10      ABRAXAS YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICE                      13,635.00
 11      MORRISION CONSULTING, INC./ACCESS 411               38,434.00
 12      ADVANTAGE SIGNS INC.                                 3,940.00
 13      GRADY ALEXANDER                                      6,626.97
 14      CAROL L. ALEXANDER                                   8,082.52
 15      ALLEN LANDSCAPE CENTRE                              34,204.91
 16      ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION                                8,426.71
 17      ALLWAYS, INC.                                      585,371.83
 18      ALPHA BAKING                                        27,824.34
 19      ALTERNATIVES UNLIMITED                               4,838.62
 20      AMAZON.COM CORPORATE CREDIT                          3,411.34
 21      AMBER MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.                 727,777.00
 22      THE AMERICAN EDUCATION CORPORATION                   5,400.00
 23      AMERICASH LOANS L.L.C.                               2,654.37
 24      AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.                 19,630.00
 25      COLLEGEBOARD AP                                     11,587.00
 26      APPERSON                                            11,430.67
 27      APPLE COMPUTER, INC.                               152,909.75
 28      AQUA PURE ENTERPRISES, INC.                         18,062.28
 29      ARC CREATIVE IMAGING                                14,637.05
 30      ASPEX SOLUTIONS                                      2,750.00
 31      AT & T                                              37,733.76
 32      AT & T                                               5,433.58
 33      AT & T                                               5,099.73
 34      AT&T                                                18,817.71
 35      AT&T LONG DISTANCE                                  35,086.99
 36      ATI                                                  4,736.00
 37      AUTOMART PAINT STORE                                 7,143.74
 38      B & H PHOTO VIDEO                                   18,521.59
 39      BALMORAL WOODS COUNTRY CLUB                          5,908.00
 40      OLUSOGA BANKOLE                                      6,290.50
 41      BARCO PRODUCTS COMPANY                               4,683.02
 42      BARRY N. SPERTI                                      3,522.50
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                                            A         B
 43      BRETT BARTLETT                                18,160.30
 44      BESSE SHIRT LETTERING                          4,139.00
 45      BEST BUY                                      12,828.04
 46      BLACKBOARD CONNECT INC.                        7,650.00
 47      BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD OF ILLINOIS CLAIM   3,721,446.10
 48      BODELIN TECHNOLOGIES                           6,820.67
 49      BR BLEACHERS                                  25,419.00
 50      BRANN NEW DOOR, INC.                          24,307.12
 51      MARC BREWE                                     6,920.95
 52      BSN SPORTS                                     9,617.32
 53      BSN SPORTS - TEAM KESSLERS                     2,628.83
 54      BUDD MECHANICAL SYSTEMS                      672,705.94
 55      CAAN ACADEMY OF NURSING                       62,544.02
 56      CALUMET CITY PLUMBING CO., INC.               43,274.14
 57      CAMBRIDGE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, INC.          99,294.29
 58      CAREER DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM                     19,255.00
 59      CARNEGIE LEARNING, INC.                      233,438.21
 60      CARROLL SEATING COMPANY                        4,975.00
 61      CASTAWAYS                                      6,734.00
 62      CDW GOVERNMENT INC.                          181,796.16
 63      CENGAGE LEARNING, INC.                        10,071.47
 64      CENTRAL RESTAURANTS PRODUCT                   30,963.73
 65      MARILYN O. MARSHALL,                          20,463.04
 66      CHICAGO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY GROUP               80,503.00
 67      CITY OF CALUMET CITY                          21,935.16
 68      CITY OF CALUMET CITY                          18,945.00
 69      CITY WIDE FENCE                               13,300.00
 70      CLARITY IN NUMBERS, LLC                        4,950.00
 71      THE COLLEGE BOARD                             34,030.50
 72      JANINE COLLINS                                 3,858.00
 73      COLLISION EQUIPMENT EXPERTS                   31,500.00
 74      COMCAST                                      134,837.72
 75      COMED                                        180,428.67
 76      COMMISSION FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOGRAPHICS       3,500.00
 77      CONCEPTS 3 ENVIRONMENTAL, P.C.                 3,350.00
 78      CONSERV FS                                     6,173.42
 79      CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP                         3,504.08
 80      D & M FARMS WHOLESALE PRODUCE                 78,403.70
 81      iDASHBOARDS                                   17,000.00
 82      DEJONG EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.                 5,873.92
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 84      DICK BLICK                                    15,323.89
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 85      DIGITAL PAPER SOLUTIONS, INC.                 5,695.00
 86      THE DOUGLAS STEWART COMPANY                  10,679.56
 87      EAI EDUCATION                                18,811.35
 88      EARL'S LOCKSMITH SHOP                         3,791.25
 89      EASTER SEALS METROPOLITAN CHICAGO             2,644.12
 90      EBSCO PUBLISHING                              5,598.00
 91      EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES                   8,690.76
 92      ECHO                                      2,651,474.33
 93      ECO LAB                                      11,231.36
 94      DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL             19,650.00
 95      ELECTRONIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS             32,903.00
 96      ELECTUDE USA LLC                              2,900.00
 97      ELIM CHRISTIAN SERVICES                     334,308.52
 98      KRISTEN ENGELBERT                             3,945.00
 99      EWERT WHOLESALE HARDWARE, INC.                9,167.81
100      FIDELITY INVESTMENTS                         59,299.81
101      FIDELITY SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE/EYEMED      28,020.32
102      FIRELIGHT BOOKS LLC                           3,153.70
103      FIRST INVESTORS CORPORATION                 220,167.80
104      FIRST NAT'L BANK OF ILLINOIS              4,424,294.88
105      FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ILLINOIS              17,528.64
106      FIRST STUDENT, INC.                          13,638.60
107      FIRST STUDENT                               622,047.88
108      FIRST STUDENT                                 7,688.64
109      FISHER AUTO PARTS                             4,037.69
110      FLEXEON REHABILITATION OF MUNSTER,LLC        75,914.75
111      FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC                         21,585.16
112      FOLLETT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES                 68,638.85
113      FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES                    14,020.58
114      FOLLETT SOFTWARE COMPANY                     10,622.11
115      FORT DEARBORN LIFE                           36,096.00
116      FORT DEARBORN LIFE INSURANCE CO.            127,731.13
117      FOUR POINT O, INC.                            2,845.00
118      FOX RIVER FOODS INC.                         95,369.62
119      FOXBRIGHT                                     3,800.00
120      FRED J. MILLER INC                           77,253.56
121      FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS, LTD                    10,061.97
122      THOMSON GALE                                  2,668.00
123      GENERATION OUTREACH                           2,633.47
124      GIBBONS & SIDHU LTD.                          5,000.00
125      GLENCOE-MACMILLAN/MCGRAW-HILL                25,240.20
126      GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL.COM                         3,576.77
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127      GOODHEART-WILCOX PUBLISHER                   5,347.65
128      GOPHER SPORT                                 4,280.01
129      GORDON FOOD SERVICE, INC.                  200,950.00
130      GRAINGER                                     4,612.06
131      GAND MUSIC & SOUND                           8,720.00
132      GREATLINE ELECTRIC,INC. dba                 73,262.02
133      GREG BIMM MUSIC SERVICES                     3,500.00
134      CHRIS GROFF                                  8,000.00
135      GUARDIAN PEST CONTROL INC                    7,122.00
136      GUS BOCK'S ACE HARDWARE                     20,672.65
137      HALDEMAN-HOMME INC.                          6,785.00
138      MEGAN M. HANNAGAN                            6,120.00
139      THE HAPPY CHEF, INC.                         4,307.95
140      HEALTH RESOURCE SERVICE MANAGEMENT INC       9,010.73
141      HEARTLAND PAYMENT SYSTEMS, INC.              3,445.00
142      SHIRLEY D. HENDERSON                        32,455.36
143      HERFF JONES                                 11,989.67
144      HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES                   4,190.98
145      HOPEWELL SCHOOL                             40,774.56
146      HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO                         24,431.36
147      HS TRANSPORTATION                           30,875.00
148      HY-POWER ELECTRIC COMPANY                  104,412.80
149      HYMAN'S AUTOMOTIVE PAINT CENTER             10,137.77
150      I.D.E.S.                                    62,424.50
151      ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS        8,472.50
152      IDENTISYS, INC.                              2,590.07
153      ILLINOIS CENTRAL SCHOOL BUS              1,116,588.91
154      ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE           1,097,059.99
155      ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT FUND         869,089.93
156      ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION            9,805.00
157      ILLINOIS STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT            24,768.98
158      ILLINOIS STATE POLICE                        6,000.00
159      ITR SYSTEMS                                  8,544.28
160      IMPRESSION PRINTING                          4,823.12
161      INDIANA STATE CENTRAL COLLECTION UNIT       76,676.48
162      INTEGRISYS GROUP, LLC                       29,919.28
163      INTER-PACIFIC,INC.                          77,838.99
164      IPSWITCH, INC.                               5,250.00
165      J A SEXAUER                                  4,503.12
166      JCH INTERNATIONAL                            3,685.70
167      JOY JENNINGS                                 7,050.86
168      JOHN KASPEREK CO., INC.                     23,446.00
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169       JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.                 128,525.75
170       JOHNSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT, INC.            5,452.21
171       MICHAEL D JONES                          2,932.00
172       JOSTENS, INC.                            3,383.98
173       PETRA JULIAN                            10,984.00
174       KENDALL COLLEGE                          3,095.00
175       KEY GOVERNMENT FINANCE, INC.            38,475.54
176       KIRWAN MECHANICAL SERVICE INC.           8,128.00
177       KRAMER LEONARD OFFICE PRODUCTS          65,641.12
178       KRANZ INCORPORATED                      20,173.88
179       KREYKES ELECTRIC INC                     6,780.00
180       KRYSTAL DAIRY                           84,719.68
181       LAFORCE                                 26,356.33
182       LAKE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT CLERK         3,094.94
183       LAN OAK LANES                            3,196.00
184       LANSING SPORT SHOP, INC.                42,718.55
185       LANTER DISTRIBUTING LLC                 11,371.44
186       THE LARSON EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE CO.     4,309.00
187       LIDS TEAM SPORTS                        15,491.97
188       LIFE FITNESS                             7,656.47
189       LINEAR ELECTRIC, INC.                    8,762.84
190       LOWERY MCDONNEL CO, INC                 16,279.25
191       MARATHON ASHLAND PETROLEUM LLC           7,745.65
192       MARCONI'S BAKING COMPANY                29,690.24
193       ZACHARY MARKS                            6,470.00
194       MAXIM HEALTHCARE SERVICES, INC.         55,700.00
195       MENARDS                                  4,654.46
196       MERCURY SPORTS                           9,495.00
197       METLIFE                                 50,213.00
198       MG TRUST COMPANY                        34,990.00
199       MIDLAND PAPER COMPANY                   29,928.00
200       MIDWEST FLOOR COVERING, INC.            21,294.00
201       MIDWEST TRACK BUILDERS, INC.            14,725.00
202       MITY-LITE, INC.                          3,676.00
203       EXXON MOBIL                              9,953.31
204       MUSIC LAB. INC.                          2,818.71
205       THE MUSIC SHOPPE, INC.                  10,000.00
206       MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL              3,295.00
207       NASCO, INC.                              9,381.46
208       NATIONAL ILLIANA FENCE                  14,900.00
209       NATIONAL ILLIANA, INC.                  24,400.00
210       NCPERS - IL IMRF                         5,337.60
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211       NCS PEARSON, INC.                           18,074.71
212       NEFF COMPANY                                 4,041.23
213       NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS                       26,725.33
214       NICOR GAS                                    2,724.52
215       NORCO CLEANERS INC.                          4,355.00
216       GINEEN O'NEIL, ED.D.                         4,500.00
217       OMBUDSMAN                                    9,990.00
218       OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY                       11,112.88
219       ARYZTA LLC                                  39,455.54
220       PACE TICKET-BY-MAIL                          4,028.00
221       PALMER HAMILTON, LLC.                       60,600.00
222       PALOS SPORTS INC                             4,802.32
223       PAP CONSULTING, INC.                        18,747.40
224       VICKI PASTORE                                4,345.00
225       PAVEMENT SYSTEMS, INC.                      13,490.00
226       PAYFLEX SYSTEMS USA, INC.                    3,457.50
227       PCS INDUSTRIES                              65,854.95
228       PEARSON EDUCATION INC.                     125,353.88
229       NCS PEARSON,INC. SCHOOL SYSTEMS              2,948.85
230       PHILLIPS AIR COMPRESSOR, INC.                4,511.94
231       PIONEER MANUFACTURING COMPANY                6,916.00
232       PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES       7,367.38
233       PJ'S CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE INC.          12,135.00
234       PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.            11,593.78
235       PORTER'S APPARELS, INC.                      5,924.03
236       PRECISION CONTROL SYSTEMS, INC.             17,810.33
237       PRINTGLOBE INC.                              2,830.00
238       PROSTART ILLINOIS RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION    22,800.00
239       PROVEN BUSINESS SYSTEMS                     39,537.09
240       QUILL CORPORATION                           12,237.48
241       QUINLAN & FABISH MUSIC COMPANY              14,714.33
242       RAILMOTIVE LLC                              11,377.83
243       RAINMAKERS IRRIGATION, INC.                 24,585.00
244       LISA M. RAMOS                                7,155.00
245       REALITYWORKS                                 8,945.70
246       RENOSYS CORPORATION                          3,336.75
247       RESERVE ACCOUNT                             24,691.13
248       RESERVE ACCOUNT                             16,351.50
249       RESERVE ACCOUNT                              3,000.00
250       RESERVE ACCOUNT                              5,118.40
251       RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN                        11,544.98
252       RICHARD ROBLEDO                              5,755.75
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253       ROLAND ROSE                                  2,600.00
254       RYAN'S SEAL COATING                         17,765.00
255       RYDER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES                3,871.80
256       S.G.S. INC. SIGNS                            2,572.03
257       SANTO SPORT STORE                            4,508.26
258       SCANTRON CORPORATION                         4,294.49
259       SCARIANO, HIMES AND PETRARCA               148,192.70
260       SCHOLASTIC, INC.                             2,754.09
261       SCHOOL DISTRICT #215-IMPREST FUND          188,044.94
262       SCHOOL DISTRICT #215-BOARD OF EDUCATION    133,903.01
263       SCHOOL DISTRICT #215-BOARD OF EDUCATION    733,013.99
264       SCHOOL DISTRICT #215-BOARD OF EDUCATION    130,429.00
265       SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION                   11,494.79
266       SCHOOL OFFICE PRO, LLC                      16,000.00
267       SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC.                        5,786.68
268       SCHOOL SYSTEMS                               8,000.00
269       ANGELA SEARCY                                3,200.00
270       SELF                                       142,820.00
271       SERTOMA CENTRE INC                         534,386.00
272       SERVICE SANITATION, INC.                     2,863.50
273       SHERWIN-WILLIAMS                             8,832.91
274       SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES, INC.              14,238.74
275       SHOREWOOD HOME & AUTO INC.                   6,592.23
276       SIEMENS ENTERPRISE COMMUNICATIONS,INC.      10,000.00
277       CATHRYN SILLS                                4,183.93
278       SKILLSUSA ILLINOIS                           3,918.00
279       LESLIE SKOPICK                               4,287.50
280       SNAP ON TOOLS CORP.                          9,076.32
281       SOCCER 2000                                  2,991.00
282       SOUTH COOK ISC #4                            3,840.00
283       SOUTH SUBURBAN COLLEGE                       5,055.75
284       SOUTH TOWN FOOD SERVICE                      6,102.34
285       SOVEREIGN LEASING, LLC                      17,622.00
286       SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES                 332,119.00
287       SES OF COUNTRY CLUB HILLS                   84,995.03
288       SPECIALTY FLOORS, INC.                       4,226.00
289       KESSLERS TEAM SPORTS                        10,054.05
290       SUBURBAN SCHOOL COOP. INSURANCE POOL       139,556.00
291       STAGE ACCENTS                                5,144.71
292       STAGE RIGHT                                  2,530.00
293       STANLEY CONVERGENT SECURITY SOLUTIONS,IN     4,402.19
294       SVT, LLC                                    15,244.57
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295       SWSFT,AFT LOCAL 943                         36,104.71
296       SYSCO FOOD SVCS - CHICAGO, INC.            119,502.74
297       T.F. FEDERATION OF TEACHERS-LOCAL 683      183,066.00
298       T.F. SOUTH ACTIVITIES                       10,326.14
299       T.F.N. ACTIVITIES                           11,704.00
300       TARGET NATIONAL BANK                         2,578.63
301       TEACHERS HEALTH INS. SECURITY              319,466.05
302       TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF ILLINOIS   2,175,767.52
303       TEAM 3 COLLISION CENTER, INC.                3,006.54
304       TEXTHELP SYSTEMS, INC.                       9,960.00
305       THE AMERICAN EDUCATION CORPORATION           6,500.00
306       THE BACH COMPANY                            16,692.80
307       THE EQUITABLE - EQUI VEST ANNUITY COLL     162,529.67
308       THINKING SMARTER SYLVAN & ACE IT            25,314.30
309       THOMAS P STEFANIAK, TWP SCHOOL TREAS       294,398.00
310       THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP.                  3,086.96
311       TIGER DIRECT, INC.                          36,027.65
312       TILE SPECIALIST, INC.                       46,059.00
313       TILE SPECIALIST, INC.                        4,128.00
314       TOMMY GUN'S GARAGE                           3,350.00
315       TOTAL FIRE & SAFETY, INC.                    9,488.80
316       TOWER CONTRACTING, LLC                   3,058,565.00
317       TOWNE INTERIORS                              5,340.45
318       TRANE, INC.                                109,479.00
319       TRENCHLESS INNOVATIONS,INC.                  8,974.00
320       TRI MARK MARLINN                           279,071.23
321       TRIPLE A EXPRESS                           225,675.00
322       TROPHYS ARE US INC.                          5,373.11
323       TRUGREEN                                     9,033.24
324       TSA CONSULTING GROUP, INC.                   2,849.44
325       TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.                    17,178.00
326       U.S. BANCORP EQUIPMENT FINANCE,INC.         70,203.88
327       UNITED ANALYTICAL SERVICES, INC.             7,151.25
328       UNITED STATES TREASURY-I.R.S.                2,875.00
329       UNITED VISUAL, INC.                         23,167.39
330       UNIVERSAL LIGHTING CO.                       8,417.16
331       UNLIMITED SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE                 6,419.79
332       US BANK                                      3,365.25
333       VALOR TECHNOLOGIES, INC.                    99,925.00
334       VANDERWEIDE'S GLASS & MIRROR                10,549.00
335       VANGUARD ENERGY SERVICES, LLC              222,636.50
336       VANGUARD ENERGY SERVICES                   473,452.55
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337       VARIABLE ANNUITY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY       65,130.44
338       VILLAGE OF LANSING                            18,003.53
339       VORIZON LABS                                   4,973.94
340       WALSWORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY                   7,500.00
341       WARD'S NATURAL SCIENCE EST. LLC                8,304.63
342       WASTE MANAGEMENT                              35,627.75
343       RAQUEL WATSON                                  4,125.00
344       WAYFAIR LLC                                    3,528.59
345       MAKIT SUPPLY, INC.                             3,412.16
346       CREG E WILLIAMS                                4,434.63
347       WILLOWGLEN ACADEMY                            35,376.99
348       WITHAM SALES & SERVICE INC.                    4,175.16
349       WOLTER SKLUWER HEALTH                          5,570.09
350       TOTAL AMT ON REPORT                       36,239,377.52
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  1              < < < VENDOR PUBLICATION LISTING > > >
  2      DATE 6/30/2012      SCHOOL DISTRICT 215
  3      VENDORS PAID $1000.00 THRU $2500.00
  4      ACT-KEYTRAIN                                     2,275.00
  5      AEC COMPUTER,INC.                                2,495.00
  6      AIDEX WILLIAMS CROW, INC.                        2,400.00
  7      MICHAEL ANACLERIO                                1,599.17
  8      ALEJANDRA ARROYO                                 1,500.00
  9      AT & T                                           1,520.04
 10      AT & T                                           1,520.04
 11      AT & T                                           1,280.29
 12      AT&T                                             1,809.56
 13      AT&T                                             1,238.57
 14      AT&T                                             2,000.00
 15      AT&T                                             1,894.84
 16      AT&T                                             1,576.32
 17      AT&T                                             1,576.32
 18      AUTO BODY TOOLMART                               1,744.89
 19      AUTOMOTIVE WORKWEAR, INC.                        2,496.36
 20      BANKCARD CENTER                                  1,888.28
 21      SUSAN BARNHART                                   1,800.00
 22      KEVIN BECK                                       1,424.17
 23      BEDFORD ST. MARTIN PRESS                         1,681.78
 24      LARRY BELL                                       1,100.00
 25      KEVIN L. BENFORD                                 1,068.75
 26      BIGGER FASTER STRONGER                           1,183.95
 27      BLOOM TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL #206                  1,700.00
 28      DWIGHT E. BOWMAN                                 1,627.50
 29      BOYD A. JARRELL & CO., INC.                      1,477.52
 30      BRAINWORX STUDIO                                 1,890.00
 31      NENA BRANCH                                      1,030.00
 32      BREMEN HIGH SCHOOL                               2,095.00
 33      JOSHUA BROWN                                     1,580.00
 34      MIKE BRUEN                                       2,480.00
 35      BRUNO'S TRUCKPOINTING, INC.                      2,295.00
 36      JOHN BRYK                                        1,238.00
 37      SALKELD SPORTS INC                               2,416.00
 38      KIZIN BURTON-FOX                                 1,401.84
 39      CALUMET LIFT TRUCK                               2,261.50
 40      CAMFEL PRODUCTIONS, INC.                         1,049.85
 41      CAREER CRUISING                                  1,100.00
 42      CATCHUP MATH.COM                                 1,825.00
 43      CHEM DRY OF CHICAGO                              2,210.00
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                                            A          B
 44      CLASSROOM DIRECT                           1,034.80
 45      COMFORT SUITES                             1,109.92
 46      COOLE SCHOOL                               2,270.00
 47      COPCO, INC.                                1,330.00
 48      CUTTING EDGE SPORTS                        1,395.00
 49      CYBOR FIRE PROTECTION COMPANY              1,405.00
 50      CYNTHIA A. PAVESICH & ASOCIATES            1,000.40
 51      DEMCO, INC.                                1,408.56
 52      DEMOULIN BROS. & COMPANY                   1,491.50
 53      CHARLES DIMARTINO                          1,779.74
 54      DOCUMENT SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC.            1,729.00
 55      DOCUSIGN,INC.                              2,450.00
 56      JENNIFER DONOVAN                           2,046.33
 57      DUMAS, WEIST, MAHNESMITH & WRIGHT          1,877.44
 58      DYNAMIC FRAMES                             1,545.80
 59      EASYPERMIT POSTAGE                         1,461.56
 60      ECOLAB FOOD SAFETY SPECIALTIES             1,000.64
 61      DWAYNE E. EVANS                            1,871.05
 62      KENT E. FARLOW                             1,594.80
 63      ALLISON MARIE FARRAR                       1,025.00
 64      MICHAEL R. FIES                            1,198.81
 65      MATTHEW J. FLOOD                           1,643.75
 66      GAYLORD BROTHERS, INC.                     1,164.34
 67      GCR TIRE CENTERS                           1,063.36
 68      HAMPTON INN AND SUITES - PEORIA            2,322.88
 69      AMANDA HANSON                              1,000.00
 70      MARY HENRY                                 2,424.17
 71      HILLCREST HIGH SCHOOL DIST. 228            1,025.00
 72      ANDREW HUBBARD                             1,084.00
 73      STACIE HUNT                                1,455.71
 74      HYATT REGENCY CHICAGO                      2,351.73
 75      IASA                                       2,366.00
 76      IBC - WONDER-HODGKINS                      1,444.77
 77      ICE MOUNTAIN                               1,122.48
 78      ILLINOIS HIGH SCHOOL DIST. ORGANIZATION    1,622.80
 79      ILLIANA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL              1,065.00
 80      ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE             1,723.57
 81      ILLINOIS PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATION             2,005.00
 82      ILLINOIS SKILLSUSA                         1,840.00
 83      INSPIRE MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTION   2,000.00
 84      MYSSIR ISA                                 1,000.00
 85      APRIL JERGER                               1,093.31
 86      JIMBOOO'S RESTAURANT & CATERING            1,543.75
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                                             A      B
 87      JOE HENNESSY'S RIVER OAKS FORD          2,384.45
 88      JASON JOHNSON                           2,037.91
 89      SARA JOHNSON                            2,133.65
 90      CHRISTOPHER JONES                       1,581.95
 91      K-LOG, INC.                             1,737.22
 92      KEITH JOHN DELTANO                      2,500.00
 93      DEANNAMARIE KURK                        1,850.00
 94      ALEJANDRO LAGUNAS                       1,213.00
 95      LAKE-COOK DISTRIBUTORS, INC.            2,144.93
 96      DONALD LaVETTE                          1,000.00
 97      LAWRENCE METAL PRODUCTS, INC.           2,415.40
 98      SUSAN LESSNER                           1,402.95
 99      LYNWOOD BOWL                            2,100.00
100      M.R. NYREN COMPANY                      1,020.00
101      DENNIS MARLOW                           1,558.00
102      MCCORMICK'S ENTERPRISES INC             1,416.00
103      MCDOUGAL LITTELL                        2,035.65
104      THERESE MCLAUGHLIN                      1,159.67
105      ERIC MENDOZA                            1,393.00
106      MENTORING MINDS                         1,843.38
107      MILNE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.              1,902.24
108      MINORITIES & SUCCESS                    2,195.00
109      MONY                                    1,754.00
110      MUNSTER CAR WASH                        1,000.00
111      DEBORAH MURTAUGH                        1,344.80
112      MY PROJECTOR LAMPS.COM                  1,824.90
113      MY SHOP ANGEL                           1,143.78
114      JORGE NAVARRETE                         1,772.48
115      NEHER ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC               1,086.50
116      NEIL A. KJOS MUSIC COMPANY              2,155.50
117      NEW AGE BLAST MEDIA                     1,100.00
118      NEXGEN BUILDING SUPPLY                  1,205.46
119      NOLAN BOILER & TANK SERVICE, INC.       2,097.00
120      OAK FOREST HIGH SCHOOL                  1,860.00
121      PAC-VAN,INC.                            1,920.00
122      AMBROSE PANICO                          1,495.00
123      THOMAS PASHAK                           1,403.34
124      PCI EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING              1,162.30
125      PEACHTREE BUSINESS PRODUCTS             1,186.00
126      PEARSON CLINICAL ASSESSMENT             2,418.99
127      CHRISTINE T. PEJKA                      2,204.00
128      PENTEGRA SYSTEMS                        2,486.00
129      PEP BOYS                                1,910.70
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130       WILSON PIERCE                             1,665.00
131       PITNEY BOWES CREDIT CORPORATION           1,167.24
132       PITNEY BOWES CREDIT CORPORATION           1,528.00
133       PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL SRVCS LLC   1,016.00
134       PLAINFIELD NORTH HIGH SCHOOL              1,000.00
135       PM MUSIC CENTER                           1,813.89
136       KIMBERLY PRASER                           1,417.47
137       SIMENDEA PRESTON                          1,502.81
138       PRINTMEISTERS                             2,384.00
139       PROTECTCO INC                             2,241.00
140       JACKIE PURKHART                           1,000.00
141       R & R MAINTENANCE                         1,400.00
142       R.ED.1.ARTS AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION      2,500.00
143       REAVIS HIGH SCHOOL DIST. 220              1,805.00
144       RICH EAST HIGH SCHOOL                     1,040.00
145       RIVERSIDE MEDICAL CENTER                  1,053.00
146       ROCKFORD BOARD OF EDUCATION               1,728.40
147       BRIAN RUCINSKI                            1,000.00
148       RYDIN DECAL                               1,447.02
149       SAFE FOOD HANDLERS CORPP                  1,020.00
150       SCHROFF DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION           1,708.00
151       FREDERICK T. SCHULDES                     1,128.42
152       SEARS COMMERCIAL ONE                      1,135.24
153       SECONDARY READING LEAGUE                  1,368.50
154       SED INTERNATIONAL, INC.                   1,236.00
155       SERVICE ENVELOPE CORPORATION              1,249.50
156       SERVICE FORMS AND GRAPHICS INC            1,429.00
157       ANGELA SHAMA                              1,787.72
158       SKILLSUSA INC.                            1,408.00
159       LINDA SLEIN                               2,000.00
160       JEAN A. SMITH                             1,000.00
161       JENNIFER L. SMITH                         1,800.00
162       SOS TECHNOLOGIES                          1,095.00
163       SOUTH SIDE CONTROL SUPPLY CORP.           1,408.71
164       ST. COLETTA'S OF ILLINOIS, INC.           1,426.45
165       THE STANDARD COMPANIES                    1,779.02
166       STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE                1,004.70
167       STATE CHEMICAL SALES COMPANY              1,165.08
168       STATE LUMBER CO., INC.                    2,347.25
169       STATE OF ILLINOIS - BOILER SAFETY         1,060.00
170       T.F. SCHOOL DISTRICT 215                  1,048.45
171       T.F. SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL                    1,165.00
172       ROBERT S. TENGSTRAND                      1,393.07
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173       TEXAS INSTRUMENTS                        1,025.00
174       THORNWOOD HIGH SCHOOL                    1,297.00
175       TIFFIN MATS, INC.                        1,415.00
176       TINLEY PARK HIGH SCHOOL DIST. #228       1,525.00
177       TOWN & COUNTRY POOLS,INC.                1,183.00
178       U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION             2,241.92
179       ULINE SHIPPING SUPPLY SPECIALISTS        1,725.88
180       VARITRONICS/BRADY WORLDWIDE, INC.        2,061.31
181       VARSITY SPIRT FASHIONS                   1,735.10
182       SAUL VELAZCO                             1,601.00
183       JAMEY WALLACE                            1,000.00
184       WASHBURN MACHINERY, INC.                 1,592.67
185       WASTE MANAGEMENT LAMP TRACKER            1,579.35
186       MEGAN E WEBER                            2,426.29
187       WENGER CORPORATION                       2,049.00
188       ERICA WENNER                             1,790.00
189       RENA WHITTEN                             2,290.00
190       ANN L. WITTING                           1,968.87
191       WORKING CLASS                            1,634.69
192       VENDORS PAID $1000.00 THRU $2500.00
193       TOTAL AMT ON REPORT                     ########
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                     REPORT ON CONTRACTS EXCEEDING $25,000 AWARDED DURING FY2012



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.)


                                                 M:\ASA2011\
                                              Guidance Regardin
ITEM 1. – Count only contracts where the consideration exceeds $25,000 over the life of the contract and that were
awarded during FY2012 and record the number below in the space provided. Do not include: (1) multi-year contracts
awarded prior to FY2012; (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 FY2012 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 FY2012; (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:
                                                                                                118

2. Total value of all contracts awarded:
                                                                                             14,640,186

3. Total number of contracts awarded to minority owned businesses, female
owned businesses, businesses owned by persons with disabilities, and
locally owned businesses:
                                                                                                 6

4. Total value of contracts awarded to minority owned businesses, female
owned businesses, businesses owned by person with disabilities, and locally
owned businesses:
                                                                                               454318

								
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