A great workshop for Extraclassroom Activity Fund Central Treasurers, Faculty Advisors, School Administrators, District Treasurers,Claims Auditors and Internal Auditors
The auditing requirements established by New York State place emphasis on extraclassroom activity fund managers and fund administrators. The responsibility for the fiscal integrity, oversight, and the safety of student money rests with the Central Treasurers, and auditors, appointed by the Board of Education. The Central Treasurers have daily fiduciary oversight as representatives of the Board of Education and students. The Central Treasurers serves as the necessary check of student funds safety.
This workshop is a foundation for the effective management and administration of extraclassroom
activity funds. The Central Fund Treasurer and auditor must understand what is happening, what is needed, and what can be done, to meet his/her duties and solve the practical problems of control needed to maintain the fiscal integrity of student funds. The Central Treasurers and auditors must act knowledgeably so as not to leave student funds open to mismanagement and the school open to potential embarrassment. The reputation of the district’s administration and staff rests on knowledge and good fiscal decisions.