Financial Transparency and Reporting
Sheridan is a unique two square mile school district amongst the larger metro area districts where opportunities are endless for students. We offer the smallest class sizes in the metro area, have competitive athletic opportunities for our middle school age through high school age students, and also offer a bi-lingual diploma for students at both our high school and our alternative high school. We offer a robust ELD program supporting 86% of our student population.
The District employs certificated support staff, classified staff and administrators to provide services to approximately 1200 students with an annual operating General Fund budget of approximately $23 million.
The District facilities are comprised of one early childhood center, one K-2 campus, one 3-8 campus, one high school campus and one alternative high school campus, with access to teachers and programs in ways usually only found in rural school settings.
Colorado schools are funded on a
per pupil formula that, when applied to district enrollment, calculates total
program dollars. The District accounts for its financial operations in
compliance with State law. All District funds are required to be audited
on a fiscal year running from July 1st to June 30th. The annually
audited financial statements are submitted to the Board of Education of Sheridan
Schools and filed with the State auditor and the commissioner of education.
Adopted Budgets and Uniform Budget Summary
Current and prior two years
Financial Audit Reporting
Current and prior two
Financial Data File
Prior three years
Human Resources - Salary Schedules
List of Waivers Received by the School District/Standardized Description and Rational for Automatic Waivers
Federal Form 990
Not Applicable at This Time
Plan for Distributing Additional Mill Levy Revenues
Other District Specific Financial Information