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Required Financial Transparency
Colorado Revised Statutes, 22-44-304
- District Adopted Budget - Including Uniform Budget Summary (current and prior two years)
- District Financial Audit (current and prior two years)
- Salary Schedules or Policies (current and prior two years)
- Financial Data File* (current and prior year: e.g. FY16-17 and FY15-16) (districts identified as small/rural with less than 1,000 K-12 students, and having no charter schools, required to post financial data file with district level financial information only)
- List of Waivers Received by the School District
- Other District-Specific Financial Information
Disclaimer: Please consider the context when evaluating financial transactions. Some transactions may appear improper on the surface but are perfectly normal and justifiable when placed in the proper context. We welcome your questions regarding our financial transactions or records.
District Informational Summary: St. Vrain Valley Schools, organized in 1961, is nationally recognized for rigorous academics, technology, innovation, and a wide variety of outstanding co-curricular activities through inquiry-based and student-centered learning. Located approximately 30 miles north of Denver, in a region with one of the fastest growing economies in the state, the district is the 7th largest in Colorado, serving students across a 411-square mile geographically diverse area that includes 13 communities with a population of about 167,000 residents. Offering a full range of high-quality educational programs and services for students in grades PK-14, St. Vrain Valley Schools is able to continue delivering rigorous academics and exceptional learning opportunities while meeting the needs of a rapidly growing economy through the support and investment of its community. Voters approved a $189 million capital projects bond and $16.5 million mill levy override in 2008, a $14.8 million mill levy override in 2012, and $260 million additional capital projects bond in 2016. Also the district was awarded two major federal grants: the $3.6 million ‘Investing in Innovation’ (i3) in 2010 and $16.6 million ‘Race to the Top’ in 2012. By building a solid foundation with an exceptional school board, strong leadership, and excellent teachers and staff; prioritizing school safety and student well-being; providing innovative learning and instructional opportunities; and partnering with families, elected officials, business leaders and its community, St. Vrain Valley Schools continues advance excellence for its students, schools and community.
Chief Financial Officer
Administrative Assistant to Chief Financial Officer
Colorado Department of Education School Finance Division