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Financial Transparency

Required Financial Transparency Colorado Revised Statues, 22-44-304 (Commencing July1, 2020)   
 
List of Requirements:
 
1.  Charter School Adopted Budget - Including Uniform Budget Summary (current and prior two years)
 
2.  Charter School Financial Audit (current and prior two years)
 
3.  Charter School Salary Schedules or Policies (current and prior two years)
 
4.  List of Requested Waivers Received by the Charter School 
 
5.  Standardized Description and Rationale for Each Automatic Waiver 
 
6.  Federal Form 990, 990-EZ, or 990-PF and any associated schedules 
 
7.  Other Charter School-Specific Financial Information
 
8.  Link to CSI's Financial Transparency Webpage: http://www.csi.state.co.us/transparency
 
9.  Link to Public Financial Transparency Website View: https://coloradok12financialtransparency.com
 
 
 
 
Link to CSI's Financial Transparency Webpage: http://www.csi.state.co.us/transparency
 
Link to Public Financial Transparency Website View: https://coloradok12financialtransparency.com
 
 

 

Note:  Charter schools are not required to post a financial data file as the charter school's data is incorporated into the school district's posted financial data file

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.

School Summary: Caprock Academy is a K-12 public charter school located in Grand Junction, CO. Caprock Academy is authorized by the Colorado Charter School Institute and operates with an independent board of directors. The school serves approximately 880students, employs approximately 125 employees, and owns approximately 18 acres and 69,000 square feet of building space. The school has been in existence since 2007.

 

Contact Information:
Dan Sherrill,
Director of Business and Facilities
714 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction CO 81505
970-243-1771  x140
Caprock Academy
714 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction CO 81505
970-243-1771
Andrew Collins, Head of School
714 24 1/2 Road
Grand Junction CO 81505
970-243-1771  x145
 
 
 

Required Link:  Colorado Department of Education Office of School Finance

Open Records Request

We recognize the importance of the public’s right to access and procure copies of public records, with certain exceptions, subject to law under the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA).

The following fees and charges are applicable to records research, copies and other duplication requests as allowed or required by law.

Duplication Costs

Item Cost
Photocopy $0.25 per page
Postage Actual Cost
Additional Fee for Records Requests over 1 Hour $30 per hour
 

Parties requesting copies will be invoiced by Caprock Academy for the charges incurred in research, copies or other duplication based on requests that are compliant with applicable law.

For a request estimated to require more than 1 hour, prepayment is required before any action on requests will begin.

For all other fees, the requestor is expected to make payment at the time of delivery of the copies.

All requests must be made in writing.

Financial Year 2018-2019
Financial Year 2017-2018
Financial Year 2016-2017

Financial Year 2019-2020
FY20 Salary Policy:

Teacher quality is an important factor in the Caprock Academy model. Caprock Academy has a strong commitment to paying salaries commensurate with the funding models that charter schools in the state of Colorado receive. We strive to maintain salaries and benefits in the range of 50-65% of our budgeted, general operating revenues. In addition, significant amounts of money are allocated to professional development on an annual basis.

 

Financial Year 2018-2019
FY19 Salary Policy:

Teacher quality is an important factor in the Caprock Academy model. Caprock Academy has a strong commitment to paying salaries commensurate with the funding models that charter schools in the state of Colorado receive. We strive to maintain salaries and benefits in the range of 50-65% of our budgeted, general operating revenues. In addition, significant amounts of money are allocated to professional development on an annual basis.

 
Financial Year 2017-2018

FY18 Salary Policy:

Teacher quality is an important factor in the Caprock Academy model. Caprock Academy has a strong commitment to paying salaries commensurate with the funding models that charter schools in the state of Colorado receive. We strive to maintain salaries and benefits in the range of 50-65% of our budgeted, general operating revenues. In addition, significant amounts of money are allocated to professional development on an annual basis.