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Inventory

Inventory is due May 1

If you don't have a file, please contact the Tri-County office or your coordinator.

 

Turning in Your Inventory

 Instructions

  • Consumable items should not be inventoried. This includes: chalk, workbooks, erasers, pencils, pens, paint brushes, paper items, disks, network cables, ink etc. 
  • Please make your inventory as accurate as possible and should include all appropriate numbers and codes.
  • Don’t leave blank fields. Blank fields reduce accuracy of merging files
  • Add computer and assistive techology Items owned by Tri-County to your classroom inventory. Include assistive technology items that are checked out to your program temporarily if you have them when your inventory is turned in.
  • Check your inventory at the beginning of the next school year and report lost or damaged  to the Tri-County office.
  • Save a copy of the inventory file on your computer. Add additional purchases when you receive orders throughout the school year.

Inventory Condition Codes

In order to ascertain the condition of the articles inventoried and also to have an easy method to explain an increase or decrease in inventories, the following codes are to be used:

 A    Good condition (New, functions as a new item, satisfactory in quality)
 B    Fair condition (Moderately or tolerably good; neither excellent or poor) 
 C    Poor condition (Deficient or lacking full function)
 F    No longer on inventory  - Indicate why the items are being removed (broken, lost, obsolete, etc.

  • After your inventory has been turned in to Tri-County delete the "F" code items. They only need to be reported as no longer your inventory one time.

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