District 49 is committed to remaining a trustworthy recipient of taxpayer investment and we know that financial transparency is paramount. The business office ensures that multiple sources of the district's financial information are publicly accessible. The links below open new windows to the pages that contain the relevant information on the district website.
Public schools receive funding from a variety of sources in Colorado. However, most revenues to the state's 178 school districts are provided through the Public School Finance Act of 1994 (as amended). Moneys provided via the Public School Finance Act are available to each school district to fund the costs of providing public education. Find more information at the Colorado Department of Education School Finance Division. For more information about District 49 finances, download and view our financial reports and documentation.Business Office
- District Adopted Budget
- District Financial Audit
- Financial Statements
- Salary Schedules
- Accounts Payable Check Registers
- Credit, Debit, and Purchase Card Statements (Located in Accounts Payable Check Registers)
- Investment Performance Reports
- School Site Financials
- MLO Oversight Committee - 2014 3A
- MLO Oversight Committee - 2016 3B
School District 49
10850 E. Woodmen Road
Peyton, CO 80831
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 49 Local Tax Revenue Information
Local funding to support the educational and operational efforts of District 49 is raised through taxes levied on property owners in District 49.
Assessed Valuation - Mill Levies Fiscal YearNet AssessmentRate Market Valuation Assessed Valuation General Fund Mill Levy Override SB 184 Adj. Bond Redemtion Fund Total Mills Funded Pupil Count 2011-2012 10.69% $6,200,983,265 $662,871,630 24.459 9.8 0.371 11.212 45.842 14,201.66 2012-2013 10.51% $6,317,740,713 $663,717,810 24.459 9.8 0.114 11.212 45.585 14,572.86 2013-2014 10.51% $6,321,813,966 $664,597,320 24.459 9.8 0.146 11.212 45.617 17,932.98 2014-2015 10% $6,594,766,136 $689,724,560 24.784 9.8 0.325 11.212 46.121 20,222.50 2015-2016 10% $7,318,389,792 $751,972,470 24.459 9.8 0.217 10.159 44.635 21,839.30