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About Me

  • I'm a proud member of the fighting Texas Aggie Class of '80.  I received my bachelors degree in Education Curriculum and Instruction with certificates in Business, Social Studies and Driver's Education.  I began teaching at Stratford HS in 1980 and quickly became a Stratford Spartan.  Currently I am teaching Accounting I and II.  Over the past 36 years in Education, I have taught several Career and Technology classes, but I love teaching Accounting. I'm the Student Council Advisor, and in addition, I help sponsor Business Professionals of America club and assist with the Academy of Finance.
  • This is my 37th year in Education and all 37 years  have been at Stratford High School and I am so proud to be a Stratford Spartan!!

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7:50-9:23
1st period
Conference
9:29-11:11
3rd period
Student Leadership
11:17-12:50
5th period
Accounting I
1:26-3:00
7th period
Accounting I
7:50-9:23
2nd period
Accounting I
9:29-11:11
4th period
Accounting II
11:17-12:50
6th period
Accounting I
1:26-3:00
8th period
Conference
Mary Jackson

Make-Ups

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Makeups are scheduled for Tuesday or Thursday before school beginning at 7:15 am, or they can be scheduled on an individual basis if necessay.

Tutorials

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Tutorials are available anytime upon request by the student.  In addition, there is an Accounting II class where the students would be able to tutor the students in Accounting I.

Class Assignments & Homework

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 Most assignments will be done in class.  Since Accounting is such a cummulative class, good attendance is critical. 

Supplies needed:  Accounting Textbook and Accounting Work Book (provided).  Students will need to bring pen and pencil, and notebook paper.

Accounting I--First Six Weeks--Students will learn basic Accounting terminology.  We will study Business transactions and their effect on the Accounting Equation.  T Accounts will be taught, as well as, permanent and temporary accounts.  Journalizing and Posting will be studied once the Accounting Equation has been mastered.

Second Six Weeks--Students will begin the steps of the Accouting Cycle.  We work on Steps 1 through 5:  Collect Source Documents, Analyze Source Documents, Journalize in a General Journal, Post from Journal to the General Ledger, Complete a Trial Balance

Accounting II--First Six Weeks-Review of Accounting I concepts.  We will be working on a project as a review of concepts. In addition, we will be working on communication skills and group work.  We will also be studying Entrepreneurs and the successes of their business.