Hello! My name is Terri Norman, and I am a business education teacher at Capital High School. This is my 6th year teaching at Capital, and my 18th year overall. My education includes a B.S. in Business-Accounting from Montana State University, as well as a B.A. in Business Education with a Marketing endorsement from the University of Montana.
I grew up in East Helena and currently live in Helena with my husband and son. I enjoy camping, hiking, snowmobiling, Zumba, and spending time with family and friends!
I look forward to a great year with great students at Capital High School!
This course is available for dual credit through Helena College (ACTG101). Please see the instructor for more information.
This course is a continuation of the accounting process, with a focus on accounting for bad debts, notes receivable and notes payable, merchandise inventory, property, plant and equipment, intangible assets, and partnerships. Students will also have an introduction to Quickbooks and automated accounting concepts. Students may also get the opportunity to job shadow at a local accounting firm.
This course focuses on corporations, including organization, stocks, dividends, retained earnings, and bonds payable. Students will gain knowledge related to statement of cash flows, analyzing financial statements, vouchers, as well as delve into departmental and manufacturing accounting. Students will continue to build upon their skills using Quickbooks and automated accounting. Students may also get the opportunity to gain an internship with an accounting firm.
Students enrolled in Work Co-Op have the opportunity to gain high school credit while being employed in the community. Students sign in daily, participate in lunch meetings (4-6 each quarter), as well as complete activities and turn in paperwork to verify employment (hours worked, supervisor evaluations, etc.). Students will get the opportunity to gain skills in work ethic, understanding their paychecks, career exploration, as well as prepare a resume and cover letter.