Internal Activities Report for 2019-2020
|Total Revenues||$721,313.00||Total Expenditures||$691,432.00|
|Excess of Revenues Over Expenditures||$29,881.00|
|Fund Balance - Beginning of Year||$254,033.00|
|Fund Balance - End of Year||$283,914.00|
The School Internal Accounts are used to account for all monies collected and disbursed by each school through fundraisers and other student related extracurricular and co-curricular activities. These funds are separate and not part of the regular operating budget of the individual schools. The School Internal Accounts are organized into seven account types. A brief description of each account type is provided below:
Athletic Accounts: Used to account for monies collected and disbursed related to the school athletic programs. Examples of transactions include ticket sales for athletic events, donations to athletic programs or a specific team, purchase of team uniforms or equipment, concession purchases and sales. The physical education department of the school is not part of this account.
Music Accounts: Used to account for monies collected and disbursed primarily for band, chorus and other music related activities. The music department of the school is not normally part of this account.
Class Accounts: Used to account for monies collected and disbursed related to classes. For example: sixth grade, seventh grade, eighth grade, freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior classes, etc.
Club Accounts: Used to account for monies collected and disbursed by designated clubs within the school. A club is a group of students within a community of interest with a roster of members, officers, and sponsors. For example, transactions related to the Student Council, BETA Club, Drama Club, Debate Club, etc.
Department Accounts: Used to account for monies collected and disbursed by departments within the school. For example, Library/Media, Physical Education, Art, Music, Science, etc.
Trust Accounts: Used to account for monies contributed or held to be used for a specific purpose. These funds are not owned by the student body as a whole. For example, fieldtrip collections, faculty funds, etc.
General Accounts: Used to account for monies collected and disbursed that benefit the student body as a whole. The activities commonly accounted for in these accounts are photography contracts, yearbook sales, and all general donations received to benefit the school.