Canton School District blue-yellow-dot 800 N. Main St. blue-yellow-dot Canton, SD 57013 blue-yellow-dot Phone: 605-764-2706 blue-yellow-dot FAX: 605-764-2700 blue-yellow-dot Office Hours: 7:30am-4:00pm

Mr. Eric Smart
"If you want something you've never had, you've got to do something you've never done"

Eric Smart
Eric Smart

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High School Classes
- Accounting I & II
- Intro To Business
- Entrepreneurship

Extra Curricular Activities
- Activities Director
- Assistant Football

 

About Me:

Graduate of Tri-Valley High School and Dakota State University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Education and K-12 Technology Endorsement. I started teaching in Canton the fall of 2010.

Masters degree of all things awesome.

Course Description
Accounting I

Accounting covers the financial aspect of business.  It is the process of receiving and expending cash as well as moving cash to specific areas of a business.  This course covers the basic principles of bookkeeping for a service business and merchandising business.   Basic principles include the accounting equation, journalizing & posting, financial statements, and the accounting cycle.

Accounting II

Accounting II is a continuum of material from Accounting I. Topics covered in Accounting II includes accounting for uncollectible accounts, accounting for plant assets/depreciation, notes payable/receivable, and corporate accounting.

Intro to Business

Students are introduced to the world of business.  Introduction to Business covers the types of businesses in our economy as well as how they operate.  This course also helps students understand the roles of consumers in business’ decision making and their roles of citizenship.  Other topics covered are an introduction to consumer credit, stock markets, and banking.

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is an independent, self-guided course for students who are interested in organizing a start-up business.  Each student has a business professional as a mentor who assists them with business questions as well as an academic advisor who helps with the overall direction of their coursework.  Students complete the necessary requirements for the course almost entirely independently. At the end of the semester, the student will present their business proposal to a committee of administrators, teachers, and business members in a formal presentation setting.