Your resistor values are awful low and while they may or may not divide the voltage properly they will consume a lot of unnecessary current. What makes a voltage divider work is the ratio of the two resistors value, not their absolute value.

I would want the sum of the two resistors be around say 5k ohms or so to keep current consumption down to 3ma or under. I will leave it as a exercise for the student to determine the correct values for the two resistors are such that they sum to 5k ohms but divide the voltage to the proper ratio, approximately 1/3 of input voltage.