DI - Fiscal Accounting
Accounting procedures shall show a detailed and meaningful analysis of both receipts and expenditures. This analysis should be adequate for study and evaluation by the Board and school management, and will serve as a basis to make financial and related educational decisions, to formulate future plans, to safeguard both the taxpayer and the school employee, and to ensure adequate financial accountability.
Payment on all district accounts, including the general fund and special accounts, shall operate according to established accounting procedures.
All cash received is to be properly receipted. Money received shall be placed in deposit.
The superintendent or designee shall be the lawful custodial officers of all district funds and shall demand receipt for, and safely keep according to law, all bonds, mortgages, notes, monies, effects, books and papers belonging to the district. Funds may be commingled in the depository so long as they are budgeted and accounted for separately.
From time to time, funds may become available to the district prior to the time they are needed to offset current expenditures. The custodial officer shall forward all such receipts to the Local Government Investment Pool or other investment instrument as authorized by the district’s investment policies. Funds that are not currently needed for the operation of the district will be invested with the interest from these funds being credited to the same account as that to which the invested funds revert.
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ORS 294.305 to -294.565
Or. Dep’t of Educ, Program Budget and Accounting Manual.