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Finance & Budget

Financial services is responsible for leading, advising and consulting with the school district, government entities, citizens, and professional organizations on financial issues. Financial services is responsible for conducting school and department audits and insuring compliance with district financial policies and procedures as well as federal, state and local regulations. Financial services provides administrative support to all departments and schools in regard to their financial needs and consists of the following departments: Accounting, Accounts Payable, Budget Management including Grants Acquisition and Accounting, Internal Audit, Payroll, PurchasingRisk Management and School Accounting Support Team.

2020-2021 budget faq

The recent economic hardships of the “Stay at Home” orders and global impact of the COVID-19 crisis will affect the State of Colorado and the funding mechanisms that drive school funding. At this time, school districts have been told to expect reductions between 1-10% below current funding levels. For Jeffco Public Schools, this range would mean a cut of between $7 million and $70 million. Presently (and based on the best information available), we are modeling a reduction somewhere between those numbers at 5%, or around $34 million. Charter schools would also receive a proportionate reduction out of this amount.

CURRENT Financial Publications




Financial Publications Archive 

Financial Transparency

financial transparency iconJeffco Public School is committed to providing a clear view of how tax dollars are spent and how we operate. We invite you to use the Payment Review Searchable Database to track expenditures and review salary schedules on the Financial Transparency Web page.




Resources and Frequently Asked Questions



Kathleen Askelson
Chief Financial Officer

Debbie Rainguet
Executive Asst. to Chief Financial Officer

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