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  1. Principals of School Finance


Principals of School Finance

      1. A Guide to Financial Management for Town Officials - DLS (http://www.mass.gov/dor/docs/dls/publ/misc/town.pdf)
      2. Uniform Massachusetts Accounting System - DLS (https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2017/09/08/umas_1.pdf)
      3. Guidelines for Student Financial Reporting - DOE (NEED LINK)

        603 CMR 10.00: School Finance

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Authority, Scope and Purpose

10.02:

Definitions

10.03:

Accounting and Reporting: School Districts

10.04:

Financial Accounting and Reporting: Other Municipal Departments

10.05:

Documentation Requirements

10.06:

Annual School Spending Requirements

10.07:

Special Education Payments and Reimbursements

10.08:

Transportation Reimbursement, Resident Students

10.09:

Transportation Reimbursement, School Choice, Homeless and Charter School Students

10.10:

Audit Procedures

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Most recently amended by the Board of Education: June 25, 2013.

 

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