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Brush School District No. RE-2(J), Morgan and Washington Counties, encompasses approximately 8,373 acres in Morgan and Washington Counties on the eastern plains of the State of Colorado. The District serves the communities of Brush, Hillrose, and Snyder as well as surrounding rural areas in the eastern half of Morgan County and western portion of Washington County. The economy of the property in the District is primarily agricultural. The District has a 2012 assessed valuation of $182,351,150, an estimated population of 8,114, and a fall 2012 enrollment of 1,548 students.
The District operates and maintains a variety of facilities in meeting its obligation to provide an educational program for the school-age children residing within its boundaries. The District's major fixed assets are its four school buildings: Thompson Primary School, Beaver Valley Elementary School, Brush Middle School, and Brush High School. In addition to the school buildings and their contents, the District owns a middle school tech lab building and storage building, a high school industrial arts building and agricultural shop, a bus storage facility, an administration and maintenance building, a football stadium, a track field, a track storage building, a maintenance storage building and a preschool modular classroom building. The District also owns 42 vehicles, 16 of which are buses.
The District values open and honest communication with its many stakeholders: staff, students, parents, and taxpayers. In order to meet the requirements of Article 44, Title 22 of the Colorado Revised Statutes, The Public School Financial Transparency Act, we have posted the following items on our financial transparency webpage:
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 and records. If you would like to discuss in person, please feel free to call our School Business Officer at 970-842-5176.