The Española School District spent $799,150.00 from April 1 to 30. What follows is a partial list of those expenditures:


    $25,000 to Edgenuity, Inc. for digital libraries of online content

    $20,050 to Northwest Evaluation Association for Maps Growth Reading and Science

    $19,720 to Bayes Achievement Center for specialized education residential services to students with disabilities

    $9,428 to Edupoint Educational System for software licenses

    $8,100 to McComas & Associates for Reading Plus software subscription

    $3,964 to New Mexico Folklore Institute for workshops for second and sixth-grade students

    $3,485.30 to Scholastic Book Fair for Chimayó Elementary book fair

    $3,357.25 to Talking Hands Talking Feet for performing arts instruction to kindergarten and first-grade students

    $2,200 to Educational Testing Service for Para Professional Test Fee

    $1,780 to MidSchoolMath for registration for four teachers to March 6-7 math conference

    $1,100 to NMASBO for registration fee for four staff members to Feb. 19-21 conference

    $899.96 to Rose-Ellen Garcia for coaching beginning teachers

    $485.69 to Rosellen Sinaloa for coaching beginning teachers


    $17,440 to Cooking With Kids for programs

    $9,263.86 to Dean Dairy Holdings for milk at 11 schools

$1,230 to World’s Finest Chocolate for     student council fundraiser


    $50,748.32 to Jemez Mountains Electric Co-Op for electricity at 13 sites

    $18,313.14 to Centerpoint Energy Services for natural gas at 15 sites

    $13,941.55 to City of Española Water and Sewer for water and sewer services at seven sites

    $8,945.47 to North Central Solid Waste Authority for trash at 14 sites

    $4,542.32 to Ferrell Gas for propane use at Abiquiú Elementary and as necessary


    $42,641.94 to Suazo Bus Service, Inc. for vehicle and equipment rental, operation and maintenance payments, and rents and leases payments

    $36,294 to Webb Chevrolet for two 2020 Chevrolet Malibu 4-Door Sedans

$16,217.78 to J.D. Martinez, LLC. for operation and maintenance payments for school bus contract

    $9,854 to Wright Express Fleet Fueling for school trips

    $7,239.20 to Broadway Motors for tires

    $4,753.23 to Summit Truck Group for District bus parts

    $3,537.46 to L and L Transportation for operation and maintenance payments on school bus contract

    $3,019.32 to Yolanda Gasca for operation and maintenance payments on school bus contract

    $1,893.32 to Frank’s Supply Company for tools for bus repairs

    $1,773.40 to Honstein Oil & Distributing for diesel fuel and gasoline for buses

    $954 to Holmes Wrecker Service for towing of activity buses


    $39,571.39 to New Directions Solutions, LLC for speech therapists

    $24,589.37 to ATP Therapy Services for speech therapists and occupational therapists

    $22,147.26 to LSG and Associates for diagnostician and occupational therapists

    $16,257.60 to Soliant Health for occupational therapists and psychologists

    $14,988.78 to Robert Lee Wade for physical therapists

    $9,672.29 to Alice Meador for psychologists

    $8,709.37 to J.J. Martinez, Inc. for speech therapists

    $8,443.72 to Kaycee Hinckley for occupational therapists

    $3,719.45 to Beth Grimm for physical therapists

    $1,972.47 to MacGill for medicaid nurse supplies and materials


    $14,706.57 to Plan B Networks, Inc. for remote learning services, security upgrades and monthly camera and surveillance system maintenance.

    $11,913 to MNJ Technologies Direct, Inc. for email firewall, a Dell computer, printer ink, one Microsoft Office license and an iPad carrying case

    $4,696.97 to Document Solutions, Inc. for printing costs at 15 sites

    $4,012.20 to Cyber Mesa Computer Systems for telecom and internet services

    $3,203.63 to Kajeet, Inc. for general supplies and materials to include shared data plan, mobile router and telecom fees

    $3,163.75 to De Lage Landen Financial Services for materials for 22 printers

    $2,825.35 to Marlin Business Bank for four copiers and lease agreement for replacement copiers

    $2,450.74 to Verizon Wireless Services for phones for administrators and District employees


    $6,165.46 to Quill Corp. for supplies to include printer toner, highlighters and general supplies and materials

    $5,072.55 to Performance Maintenance, Inc. for supplies to include 500 KN95 face masks, hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes and air freshener

    $3,119.16 to Summit Electric Supply Company for light bulbs and fixtures

    $2,752.08 to Boyd Engineering Supply Company for supplies to include blower assembly, motor pulley and light switches

    $1,903.53 to Lakeshore Learning Materials for supplies to include erasers, Grab & Play math games and Can Do! reading games

    $1,789.98 to Hacienda Home Centers for 40 18-pound bags of weed killer and supplies and materials for work orders

    $1,141.91 to 4imprint for stress reliever, keychain, stadium cup, table throw and setup charge

    $1,089 to Headquarter 4 Sports for softball team backpacks, batting helmets and catchers equipment bag

School Board

    $5,528.51 to Ortiz & Zamora for legal services for Board of Education

    $2,420 to Board of Control for Southern Regional Education for eight days of training to guidance counselors

    $1,360 to Jessica Molla for grant writing

    $1,155 to New Mexico School Board Association for quarterly policy service

    $46.39 to Walsh Gallegos for legal services provided to Board of Education


    $4,117 to Rio Grande Sports for clothing for sports teams including High School state championship T-shirts, baseball shirts and hoodies for tennis team

    $2,232.50 to Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Santa Fe for concessions for winter athletic events

    $895.36 to Ares Sportswear Ltd. for softball jerseys and pants

    $751.56 to Quality Inn & Suites for wrestling team at Feb. 20-21 state tournament in Albuquerque

    $701.44 to Ramada Albuquerque Midtown for softball team at March 12-14 St. Pius X Tournament

    $639 to June Leyba for contractor for concession stand

    $502.13 to Jim Ludtka Sporting Goods for softball caps

    $350 to Las Vegas City Schools for wrestling tournament entry fee at Jan. 24-25 Cardinal Classic

    $260.65 to Juliann Martinez for candy and decorations for Halloween Dig Pink volleyball game

    $250 to Rio Rancho High School for entry fee for softball team at March 6-7 Rio Rancho Tournament


    $177,840.60 to Cooperative Education Service for a Chevrolet Silverado, a Chevrolet Suburban, a technology operational plan, and materials to include hand wash, cabinet shelves, chairs and desks

    $9,316.74 to Pure Bred Construction for new doors on Española Valley High School gym

    $2,673.53 to USABlueBook for Greyline flow monitor

    $289.02 to Rio Grande Drug Testing Associates for drug testing new hires and random drivers

$120 to United States Postal Service for PO Box Rental Fee for Chimayó Elementary School

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