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Fairfield Elementary

Data Definitions & Explanations
System:Fairfield Public SchoolsCounty:Teton
Phone:(406)467-2425Address:13 7th Street
Fairfield, MT 59436


Enrollment Count:198
Cohort Graduation Rate: N/A
Student/Teacher Ratio:12:1
Economically Disadvantaged Participation:48%
Limited English Proficient (LEP):1%
Special Education Participation:6.6%
  • Data comes from the October Snapshot for School Year 2018-2019.
  • The four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate is the percentage of students in a cohort, adjusted for transfers in and out of school, district, or state that graduate with a regular high school diploma within four years of the student's first enrollment in ninth grade. The cohort graduation rate displayed comes from School Year 2018, which is for students who began ninth grade in the Fall of 2014.


Does this district offer a dual credit/dual enrollment option?Yes
Does this district offer a distance learning option (using Montana Digital Academy)?Yes
Does this district have a school that offers a 4-day class week?No

Advanced Placement Courses

No advanced placement courses found.

Special Education

Traffic Education

Is traffic education offered before school?N/A
Is traffic education offered during school?N/A
Is traffic education offered after school?N/A
Is traffic education offered during the summer?N/A
Program fees for first semester?N/A
Program fees for second semester?N/A
Program fees for summer?N/A
Does the district offer instruction in pedestrian safety?N/A
Does the district offer instruction in bus rider safety?N/A
Does the district offer instruction in bicycle safety?N/A
Does the district provide traffic education for students with disabilities?N/A
Does the district grant credit for traffic education courses?N/A
Does the district participate in the CDTP?N/A
Is there parent involvement in traffic education courses?N/A


Budget Limitation Average Number Belonging (ANB):204
Per Pupil Revenues (1) (2): $11,261
Per Pupil Expenditures (1) (2): $10,454
  • (1) Using the State of Montana definition of "Per Pupil"
  • (2) This data is based on the prior year's reported Trustee's Financial report data.

Adopted Budget for all Funds

General Fund$1,558,801
Transportation Fund$160,000
Bus Depreciation Fund$398,092
Tuition Fund$60,000
Retirement Fund$195,332
Adult Education Fund$3,713
Non-Operating Fund$0
Technology Fund$1,301
Flexibility Fund$126,895
Debt Service Fund$110,243
Building Reserve Fund$40,900
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