School Accounting 1
This course provides an overview of school district accounting requirements under the modified accrual basis of accounting as prescribed by regulatory authority in Washington State. Students will learn the basic principles of accounting including analysis of transactions, journal entries, posting, and preparation of basic financial reports. This course focuses primarily on the General Fund and includes accounting for imprest accounts, inventories, property taxes, payroll, accounts payable, investments and warrants. This course also includes an in-depth study of state required revenue and expenditure coding. Year-end financial transactions pertaining to payroll, accounts payable, prepaid items, unearned revenues and revenue accruals will be covered. Other subjects include bank statements, reconciliation of general ledgers and internal controls.
Instructor: Brianne King, CSBO
30 contact hours
$395 member fee/$440 non-member fee
Successful completion of School Accounting 1 is a prerequisite to enrollment in School Accounting 2
All classes will be held at the Olympia School District Administrative Office, Computer Lab Rm#308
Class Dates: (All classes are on Thursday's except May 14th which is a Tuesday)
May 2 - 8:30am-4:00pm
May 14 - 8:30am-4:00pm
May 23 - 8:30am-4:00pm
June 6 - 8:30am-4:00pm
(all classes must be attended for credit)
Cancellations received 30 or more days prior to the event will receive a 50% refund of their registration fee.
No Refunds for cancellations 29 or less days prior to the event and No Refunds will be granted for "No-Shows".
If you are registered for a workshop or training and you do not attend without canceling in advance (No-Show), your district will be notified.