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GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER Are you afraid to open your Audit Box? Is it an auditors nightmare? Here are some tips on how to organize those auditable documents.

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1 GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER Are you afraid to open your Audit Box? Is it an auditors nightmare? Here are some tips on how to organize those auditable documents.

2 Is this what an auditor sees when looking at your records?

3 Would you like your records to look like this? These are auditable attendance records for one campus for an entire school year.

4 You will need the following items to make the binders. Table of Contents – with 5 inserts Spine Inserts (I use Avery sets to make these and Table of Contents) Directions for Front Cover 4” Binders – one per six weeks

5 Example of Spine Insert This is a sample of the spine insert placed in each binder.

6 Example of Table of Contents

7 Example of Instructions on putting Auditable Binder Together ATTENDANCE BINDERS SET UP Each six weeks of attendance reporting will have its own binder. Once you have completed a six weeks and run the State reports and made sure that everything has balanced it will go in this order: Divider One: Daily Register Report. Balanced and signed by Attendance Clerk and Administrator. Divider Two: Daily Register Summary and Record of Entries and Withdrawals by grade level. Run Entry/Withdrawal Report from Skyward. Divider Three: Day Summary by grade level – Ran each day. These should show any changes made and initialed by you each day. Do not put a clean copy from the end of the day. An auditor would rather see manual changes to attendance. Divider Four: All teacher verification sheets for current six weeks ran weekly and signed by teachers. Divider Five: Sign in/out sheet or record off Raptor where students have been signed in tardy, out for doctor, etc. for each day in the six weeks. Cycle One Binder Only: Your first day rosters with calculator tapes attached for each grade level and gains/loss report for the first day should be placed in the front of the first six weeks binder. This should help keep everything together and make it readily accessible should there be an audit during the summer. Binders will be turned in to the Student Information Services Dept. each six weeks and you will be given a binder for the next six weeks. Thanks for everything you do to make this system work. It has really helped us out during the summer when we have to look through your campus stuff for information. HAVE A GREAT SCHOOL YEAR!

8 Daily Register Summary

9 Explanation of Daily Register The Daily Register Summary is an excel worksheet that can be made to tally totals by the day, week and six weeks. This allows clerks on the campus to check totals day by day against the Daily Register and make sure entries/withdrawals and absences and total students present all match.

10 Cumulative Record of Entries and Withdrawals Cumulative Record of Entries and Withdrawals *CYCLE______*GRADE______ W/D DATA *DATE STUDENT'S LEGAL NAME IDAdvMoved*WDMovedGr LevOTHER INFO LastFirstMI NumberAssignedFromReasonTo AdvChg

11 Cumulative Worksheet This form is a way to look back at grade level changes that were made during the six weeks and entries and withdrawals to help verify any changes to enrollment.

12 Summary of Binder With all necessary printouts in one binder, an auditor can easily look at any day during a six week period and see that the Day Summary, Teacher Verification, Daily Register Report and sign in/out sheets are all balanced.


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