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From left are Paula Hart, Volunteers of America Minnesota CEO, Dan McKeon, director of TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, Deborah Carlson-Doom, teacher at TrekNorth, and Alison Drietz-McKeon, the student support coordinator at TrekNorth. Schoolcraft Learning Community and TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, public charter schools in Bemidji, were recently awarded the 2012 Volunteers of America Minnesota Finance Award of Excellence. Submitted Photo
From left are Paula Hart, Volunteers of America Minnesota CEO, Dan McKeon, director of TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, Deborah Carlson-Doom, teacher at TrekNorth, and Alison Drietz-McKeon, the student support coordinator at TrekNorth. Schoolcraft Learning Community and TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, public charter schools in Bemidji, were recently awarded the 2012 Volunteers of America Minnesota Finance Award of Excellence. Submitted Photo

TrekNorth, Schoolcraft receive finance award

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Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

BEMIDJI - TrekNorth Junior and Senior High School and Schoolcraft Learning Community, public charter schools in Bemidji, were recently awarded the 2012 Volunteers of America Minnesota Finance Award of Excellence.

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Both schools were recipients of the Minnesota Department of Education's Finance Award and are authorized by Volunteers of America Minnesota.

According to Volunteers of America Minnesota, the schools received the award because they had an unassigned (unreserved) fund balance in excess of 30 percent, clean audits, used public funds properly, had an excess of 60 percent of expenditures directed to the instruction and demonstrated quality finance oversight.

In addition, the schools consistently reported financials to Volunteers of America Minnesota on a monthly basis.

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