The Transparency Florida Act was signed into law in 2009 and required the Florida Governor's office to create a website that would provide information about every appropriation found in the General Appropriation Act. The goal of the legislation is to hold the government accountable for how tax dollars are spent by providing public access to state budgets, payments, and contracts.
Under the Transparency Florida Act, each branch of state government and state agency is required to disclose data on the website including:
- Appropriations adjustments
- Status of spending authority for each appropriation position
- Rate information for state employees
The Transparency Florida website is overseen by the Joint Legislative Auditing Committee. In 2010, the committee proposed that additional information be made available, including financial data for:
- Local government units
- Community colleges
- State universities
- Government entities that receive state appropriations
Flagler Schools is committed to providing the community with detailed information about how tax dollars are spent. We have chosen to provide access to our financial documents, which include data required under the Transparency Florida Act.
- Budget Amendments
- Direct Support Organization Audits
- District Audits
- District Budget
- Educational Funding Accountability Act
- Equity in School-Level Funding
- Expenditures Per FTE
- Final Millage and Budget
- Financial Statements
- Internal Account Audits
- Property Tax Information
- Purchase Order Reports
- Superintendent Financial Reports
The Florida Dept. of Education (FLDOE) developed Florida's Value-Added Model (VAM) as a tool to use in measuring the impact schools and teachers have on their students' learning growth.
Use the link below to view interactive statistical data reports for each of our schools and the district as a whole. When viewing the reports, please select a school using the dropdown menu under "School Name" at the top of the page.