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School FIRST Annual Financial Management Report
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Burton ISD
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Title 19 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 109, Budgeting, Accounting, and Auditing Subchapter AA,
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Commissioner's Rules Concerning Financial Accountability Rating System, Section 109.1001(o). Effective 8/6/2015.
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The template has been established to help the districts in gathering their data and presenting it at their School FIRST hearing. The template may not be all inclusive.
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Superintendent’s Current Employment Contract
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A copy of the superintendent's current employment contract at the time of the School FIRST hearing is to be provided.
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In lieu of publication in the annual School FIRST financial management report, the school district may chose to publish
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the superintendent's employment contract on the school district's Internet site.
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If published on the Internet, the contract is to remain accessible for twelve months.
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Reimbursements Received by the Superintendent and Board Members
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For the Twelve-Month Period
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Ended August 31,2017
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Description of ReimbursementsSuperintendentBoardBoardBoardBoardBoardBoardBoard
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Member 1Member 2Member 3Member 4Member 5Member 6Member 7
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Meals$1,067.67 $48.00 $$$32.00 $$32.00 $48.00
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Lodging$2,119.79$683.22 $687.39 $573.89 $477.39 $240.47 $195.00 $740.14
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Transportation$2,973.76 $155.25
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Motor Fuel0
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Other$5,477
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Total$11,637.78$886.47$687.39$573.89$509.39$240.47$227.00$788.14
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All “reimbursements” expenses, regardless of the manner of payment, including direct pay,
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credit card, cash, and purchase order are to be reported. Items to be reported per category include:
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Meals – Meals consumed out of town, and in-district meals at area restaurants (outside of board meetings, excludes catered board meeting meals).
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Lodging - Hotel charges.
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Transportation - Airfare, car rental (can include fuel on rental, taxis, mileage reimbursements, leased cars, parking and tolls).
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Motor fuel – Gasoline.
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Other: - Registration fees, telephone/cell phone, internet service, fax machine, and other
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reimbursements (or on-behalf of) to the superintendent and board member not defined above.
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Outside Compensation and/or Fees Received by the Superintendent for Professional Consulting and/or Other Personal Services
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For the Twelve-Month Period
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Ended August 31, 2017
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Name(s) of Entity(ies)
Amount Received
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$0.00
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Total$0.00
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Compensation does not include business revenues generated from a family business (farming, ranching, etc.) that has no
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relation to school district business.
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Gifts Received by Executive Officers and Board Members (and First Degree Relatives, if any)
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(gifts that had an economic value of $250 or more in the aggregate in the fiscal year)
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For the Twelve-Month Period
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Ended August
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SuperintendentBoardBoardBoardBoardBoardBoardBoard
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Member 1Member 2Member 3Member 4Member 5Member 6Member 7
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Total$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
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Note – An executive officer is defined as the superintendent, unless the board of trustees or the
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district administration names additional staff under this classification for local officials.
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Business Transactions Between School District and Board Members
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For the Twelve-Month Period
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Ended August 31, 2017
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BoardBoardBoardBoardBoardBoardBoard
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Member 1Member 2Member 3Member 4Member 5Member 6Member 7
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Amounts$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
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Note - The summary amounts reported under this disclosure are not to duplicate the items
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disclosed in the summary schedule of reimbursements received by board members.
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