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    Forms and instructions for ordering, traveling, FAQ, and reimbursment can be found here.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    FAQ

Forms and Procedures

FAQ

  • How do I place an order?

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    The first step is to turn in a Requisition Form to your campus secretary. Attach quotes, estimates, or shopping carts with form. Allow two weeks before item is needed.

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  • How much money do I have to spend?

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    Your campus secretary and principal has your budget account codes and dollar amounts.

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  • Can I just use the credit card?

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    Palmer ISD District policy is to use a purchase order for all purchases. In some cases a credit card may be used, but taxes must be removed before purchase and auto renew should be disabled. Websites often store credit card info which should be avoided. 

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  • Can I just buy it myself?

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    While you may always buy things for your classroom at your own expense, if you intend to be reimbursed for your purchases, you must get approval from your campus principal/supervisor and get a purchase order in place before you go shopping. Taxes will not be reimbursed.

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  • When will I get my order?

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    It can take a couple weeks from your requisition form to product in hand. It's never too early to got a PO in. You can order everything you need for the school year in September, otherwise you should look each month at what you will need the next and get orders in.

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  • My order didn't come with a packing slip. What now?

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    Some vendors don't include a paking slip with orders. In this case, email Accounts Payable that you received your order and it is ready to pay.

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  • I was sent the wrong item! Now what?

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    No one knows what item you need as well as you do. You need to call the company and arrange a suitable conclusion. You can get a refund, replacement, or substitute item, but please let accounts payable know about the delay and any price changes. We need to work together so you get the right shape, size, color, etc. and we pay the correct price in a timely manner. 

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  • I received an email about payment. What do I need to do?

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    Please forward all payment emails such as invoice, credit memos, and statements directly to Accounts Payable. If you receive an invoice in the mail or packaged with the order, sign/date it and send it to Accounts Payable at the administration office to avoid delayed payment. 

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