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2017-18 Financial Plan and Budget

​The Fiscal Year 2017-18 Financial Plan and Budget, presented below, was adopted by the Cherry Creek School District #5 Board of Education at their regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Monday, June 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., at Holly Ridge Primary School, 3301 S. Monaco Parkway, Denver, CO 80222.

The Financial Plan and Budget is a comprehensive document for all funds of the District that also includes a separate publication summarizing budgets for individual schools and departments.


2017-18 Executive Briefing

You may review the 2017-2018 Financial Plan and Budget
documents by selecting the links below:

2017-18 Financial Plan and Budget

2017-18 Individual School and Department Budgets (ISDB)



These additional publications provide summary information on the FY2017-18 budget. 

2017-18 Financial Plan at a Glance

2017-18 Guide to Understanding the Budget

2017-18 Profile of Student Based Budgeting for Schools    


2017 -18 MILL LEVY

In December 2017, Cherry Creek Schools certified the local property tax levy in accordance with the School Finance Act. The property tax levy provides annual school funding as authorized by State statutes and local elections.

The Board Resolution #285-17 for approval of the mill levy specifies that the local base mill levy has been certified in compliance with TABOR limits and in accordance with Senate Bill 07-199 (C.R.S. 22-54-106).

The property tax levy is collected by the Arapahoe County Treasurer based on certification of assessed value provided by the Arapahoe County Assessor for properties within the boundaries of the Cherry Creek School District.

The Mill Levy Presentation provided at the December 11, 2017 Board meeting can be accessed via the link below:

2017-18 Mill Levy Presentation




Your questions and comments are welcome by contacting David Hart, Chief Financial Officer, at the Cherry Creek School District office phone (720) 554-4344 or the Director of Budget at the following address:

Dan Huenneke, Director of Budget
4850 South Yosemite Street
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111
720-554-4795 FAX
Office hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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