Due to summer construction, in addition to our school year ending early this year (last day May 27th, 2022 at 12:15), we will also be starting school a week later this coming 2022-2023 school year.

Start of the 2022-2023 School Year:
September 7th: Back to School Night

September 12th: 1st Day of High School (ELEM individually scheduled testing day) 
September 13th: 1st Day of Elementary School



We have received many inquiries regarding summer SAC. Due to the scheduled construction at the school this summer, we have been looking into other options. Unfortunately, we couldn't secure an alternate location. Therefore, we are unable to offer summer SAC this year. Thank you for your understanding.

 


Accounting I: Syllabus

Accounting I
Syllabus

Instructor:
Mrs. Michelle Weidemann

507-493-5423 (Ext: 110)


Course Description:
This course will provide students with a complete coverage of three types of business – proprietorship, partnership, and corporation. Each type of business will be presented in a complete accounting cycle covering analyzing transactions journalizing, posting, petty cash, financial statements, and adjusting and closing entries.

Textbook:
Century 21 Accounting, Multicolumn Journal, South-Western

Course Outline:
The course will consist of units that are in a sequence that enables students to acquire all important accounting concepts and skills.
 Starting a proprietorship (the Accounting Equation)
 Changes that affect owner’s equity
 Analyzing transactions into debit and credit parts
 Journalizing transactions
 Posting to a general ledger
 Cash control systems
 Work sheet for a service business
 Financial statements for a proprietorship & partnership
 Recording adjusting and closing entries for a service business & partnership
 Journalizing purchases, cash payments, sales and cash receipts
 Posting to a general and subsidiary ledgers
 Preparing payroll records
 Payroll accounting, taxes, and reports
 Work sheet for a merchandising business
 Accounting for uncollectible accounts receivable
 Accounting for plan assets and depreciation
 Accounting inventory
 Accounting for notes, interest, accrued revenue and expenses
 Distributing dividends and preparing a work sheet
 Financial statements and end-of-year entries for a corporation

Grading:
100-90% A's
89-80% B's
79-70% C's
69-60% D's
Grading will be made up from points earned from:
Daily work and tests

Missed Assignments:
When you are absent you will have 5 days to make up anything missed, including tests and daily work. This will be enforced. You will take any missed tests in my room before school or after school. It is your responsibility to set this up. If you do not make up this work, it becomes a zero.

 


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