Financial Transparency

Required Financial Transparency

Colorado Revised Statutes, 22-44-304
(Commencing July 1, 2017)

Littleton Academy Adopted Budgets  2014 Adopted Budget     2015 Adopted Budget     2016 Adopted Budget     2017 Adopted Budget
    Uniform Budget Summary 14-15   Uniform Budget Summary 15-16   Uniform Budget Summary 16-17

Littleton Academy Financial Audit:    FY2013      FY2014     FY2015     FY2016

Quarterly Financial Statements

            2013 1st Quarter     2013 2nd Quarter     2013 3rd Quarter     2013 4th Quarter

            2014 1st Quarter     2014 2nd Quarter     2014 3rd Quarter     2014 4th Quarter

            2015 1st Quarter     2015 2nd Quarter     2015 3rd Quarter     2015 4th Quarter

            2016 1st Quarter     2016 2nd Quarter     2016 3rd Quarter     2016 4th Quarter

            2017 1st Quarter     2017 2nd Quarter     2017 3rd Quarter

Salary Schedules or Policies

Littleton Academy does not have a salary schedule nor written salary policies.  In practice, the Governing Board determines the amount available for salaries and performance pay on a yearly basis.  The principal is then responsible for determining individual salaries and performance pay for teachers and administrative staff.  The Governing Board determines the salary for the principal.

2017-18 Teacher salaries can range from $37,203 - $66,892.  Salaries for classified staff, including clerks, secretaries, bookkeepers, paraprofessionals and instructional assistants, range from $12.00/hour to $16.92/hour for those paid on an hourly basis and from $35,457 to $72,100 for salaried employees.

2016-17 Teacher salaries can range from $34,500 to $55,605.  Salaries for classified staff, including clerks, secretaries, bookkeepers, paraprofessionals and instructional assistants, range from $12.00/hour to $23.86/hour for those paid on an hourly basis and from $34,425 to $70,000 for salaried employees.

2015-16 Teacher salaries can range from $33,850 to $54,515.  Salaries for classified staff, including clerks, secretaries, bookkeepers, paraprofessionals and instructional assistants, range from $12.00/hour to $29.22/hour for those paid on an hourly basis and from $30,900 to $53,500 for salaried employees.

2014-15 Teacher salaries can range from $33,515 to $57,000.  Salaries for classified staff, including clerks, secretaries, bookkeepers, paraprofessionals and instructional assistants, range from $12.00/hour to $28.65/hour for those paid on an hourly basis and from $30,300 to $52,500 for salaried employees.

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.

 
Accounts Payable Check Registers  - click here
 
Credit, Debit, and Purchase Card Statements - click here

Investment Performance Reports or Statements - click here

Individual School Site Financial Information - Littleton Academy is a Core Knowledge K-8 charter school established in 1996 serving approxiamately 465 students.  Our mission is to provide each student with a content-rich, academically rigorous education using a well-defined sequential curriculum in a safe, orderly, and caring environment.

Littleton Academy Waivers - for additional information contact Shelly Russell at mrussell[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us

Littleton Public Schools Financial Transparency

Colorado Department of Education Financial Transparency

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
Littleton Public Schools is organized and focused to meet the needs of 15,404 students and manage 27 schools and programs. The district’s financial management must be carefully crafted in a manner to achieve its primary goal to educate students for the future by challenging every individual to continuously learn, achieve, and act with purpose and compassion.
 
Littleton Public Schools is the eighteenth largest district in Colorado in terms of enrollment and the third largest in Arapahoe County. The district services an area of approximately 28 square miles in Western Arapahoe County, in the southern portion of the Denver metropolitan area. It currently employs nearly 1,600 teachers, education support professionals, administrators, and operations and maintenance personnel.
 
Littleton Public Schools currently facilitates a Financial Advisory Committee (FAC)   which represents the needs of, and serves as a link between, staff, community, the superintendent, and the District Accountability Committee to bring focus to the areas of budget and finance. All meetings take place on the first Thursday of the month, October through May, at the Education Services Center. For further information, contact the finance office at 303-347-3317 or click on the link above.

Contact Information:
Shelly Russell, Principal
303-798-5252
mrussell[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us

Jama Rice, Business Manager
303-798-5252
jrice[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us
 

LPS Individual School Site Financial Information

Colorado Department of Education School Finance Division