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I am looking to find out how other schools report Non-Public Students Receiving Assistance and have them set up in PowerSchool.   

We have students attending parochial schools but receiving speech or title services from our public school.  They are at a 0.05% FTE in our PowerSchool.

The way it has been handled is that the students are in our PowerSchool in a bogus "Grade 15" and reported by manipulating an Excel spreadsheet uploaded to NDE. 

            These students would pull on the Sped Snap, Prog Fact, Title I reports.
                         - as we all know, that will not work in 2018-19.

Hoping someone has some advice to prepare for future NSSRS / ADVISER Reporting.  

Thank you!
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In Columbus we have the parochial schools listed in our PowerSchool.  We do Census reporting for Platte County. Any non-public student that is receiving Title or Sped services are in the non-public school they attend. We get a list of students from the non-public secretary at the beginning and in's & out's during the year.  We have our school number listed in the alternate school field on Schools/Info in District office.  We use the elementary school number that is closest to the non-public school (we have 5 elementary schools and there are 6 non-public elementary schools).  If you have any questions, call me at 402-563-7000 press 9 ext 11584


Thank you Suzanne!!!!

I will be giving you a call to talk this through more.
It has been tough to wrap my head around...

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I was unable to attend the session on Federal Ethnicity.  I am wondering what you all are doing for this, where you are getting the information to put in, etc.    I would like some guidance, please!!
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We are sending out letters with guidelines and the form for parents to fill out today.  We have asked for them to be returned by the last day of school. We plan to update our screens and begin data input after year-end has been run.  Playing it on the safe side.

Is the form available?

I downloaded the Guide to Implementing New Federal Race and Ethnicity from the Nebraska Department of Ed website.  It has samples for you to get ideas from.

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