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State reporting & out-of-state students
Anyone else here have students from out-of-state school districts enrolled? Do they get an NSSRS Unique ID? I'm at a private school that has not yet requested the Unique IDs (I know, I was surprised, too!) and now I need them. But at my previous school, we didn't have out-of-state students.

Do you pull them out of your state reporting data before you upload to NDE? How do you handle districtofresidence field? We have a couple of students from Iowa and I found Iowa school district codes, but I'm not sure what's going to happen when I upload them to NDE for NSSRS Unique IDs. Any thoughts? TIA. 
Tags: NSSRS  State Reports
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4 Responses to "State reporting & out-of-state students"

   
When we have students from other schools the State has always asked who does the assessments if it is not you then don't report them.  Do you assess these students or do they just take a class at your school.  If it is just a class then I would not report them.  But I would put in a helpdesk ticket with NDE to find out for sure.

Suzanne

   
As a private school, we aren't required to do state assessments, but these students attend Marian full time. I need an Uniq-ID for them in order for a counselor to order an ACT-type test that's mandated by our archdiocese.  I'll submit (another) help desk ticket. Thanks, Suzanne.

   
Jane, I have used this document a lot when I come across these unique situations.  It sounds like these kids would maybe fall under the "contracted in" status (NDE may tell you different?).  But the document tells you what templates the student should be submitted on.

Who Reports What

   
In case you are interested in what to do with out-of-state students who need Uniq IDs, NDE told me to give them a local district  of residence code and they will assign them a Uniq ID. So in my case, I assigned the Iowa students the districtofresidence code 28-0001 (Omaha Public Schools) and NDE assigned them a Uniq ID.
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