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rapplo@tfsd.org
208-732-7500 Ext: 3043
Contact Hours: via email during school hours


My Resources:
TFHS BPA
Idaho BPA
National BPA

My Classes:

Accounting I

Accounting I emphasizes accounting principles as they relate to the basic understanding and skills required in keeping manual and computerized financial records for a business. Emphasis is on providing basic skills for the Accounting profession and /or preparation for further study in Accounting. (Sophomore – Academy of Finance required course)

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Accounting II

Accounting II reinforces and expands the basic principles and procedures learned in Accounting I and includes the study of partnerships, corporate and cost accounting systems. Computer interaction with all phases of accounting activities is an integral part of this course. This course serves as a CAPSTONE class.

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Beginning MS Office

Students are introduced to word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation. The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite software is used to complete assignments with SAM online courseware. Students have the opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists using Certiport Testing at no additional cost. (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)

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Intermediate MS Office

This college level course is designed to explore the principles, terminologies, and skills associated with using Windows operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation & desktop publishing software functions and applications. The Microsoft Office 2016 Suite software is used to complete assignments with SAM online courseware. Students have the opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists using Certiport Testing at no additional cost. (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).

Syllabus | [Online Directive Goes Here] |

Personal Finance

This college level class is highly valuable to today’s graduate and is recommended for all students as it deals with financial planning & money management including budgeting, insurance, social security, personal income, taxes, banking & credit, investments, & stock market strategies. Students have the opportunity to earn a national financial literacy certificate. Fee if taking for Dual Credit.

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