How Will My School Benefit?

How Will Your Child's School Benefit from Additional Funding?

The Douglas County School District Board of Education recently voted to place a $40 million Mill Levy Override (MLO) and $250 million no-new-taxes Bond on the ballot this fall. If passed by voters, this is how the additional funds would be used by our schools. 




Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Charter Schools

Will DCSD's Charter Schools Benefit from the Mill Levy Override/Bond?

See how your charter school would use additional funding from a Mill Levy Override and Bond. Additional school posters are being added - if yours is not yet available, please check back. 

Mill Levy Override (MLO)
Should the Mill Levy Override (MLO) pass this fall, Douglas County School District will share those funds with its charter schools on a 100%, per-pupil basis. For a $40 million MLO, this translates to approximately $640 per student. An average charter school with 800 students would receive approximately $512,000 annually. 

Bond
Should the Bond pass this fall, those funds would be shared with DCSD’s charter schools to enhance safety and security systems, and to address urgent capital repairs as allowable by Colorado state law.