Date of Award
Master of Science
For a number of years the Virginia State Department of Education has been very much concerned with the handling of finances of co-curricular funds by individual schools. Although the finances of co-curricular activities do not come under the direct supervision of the State Department, this phase or school administration has caused much concern.
The topic of this thesis is "Accounting for Finances of co-curricular Activities in Suffolk High School". Suffolk High School is a member or the Virginia High School Literary and Athletic Association and classified in District I, Group II. It has an enrollment of 509 students including grades eight through twelve. It is hoped that this study and detailed report of all types or co-curricular activities in Suffolk High School will be of great value to other schools or similar size.
Jones, Arthur Edward, "Accounting for the finances of co-curricular activities in Suffolk High School" (1954). Master's Theses. 88.