Core Data and MOSIS – Frequently Asked Questions
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A truant student has 10 or more cumulative days of unexcused absences from the school district.
All the A+ errors and warnings have been made optional. You are not required to report A+ students in the
MPP funded programs can be found at https://dese.mo.gov/quality-schools/early-learning/missouri-preschool-pr.
Your district does not report this course if the student is taking the class on their own. If your district was paying for the course, then you would be responsible for reporting the class.
If a student is in MPP and ECSE, then report Y for MPP and the appropriate IEP disability code.
Yes, if you are not an MPP school district you will leave the field blank.
Yes, this warning is a state level violation that doesn’t show up in a regular trial you are certifying.
Yes, these students would be NR with the resident district code of the K-8 district.
We understand that districts want to clean-up state level violations but the other district does not always go back and fix the data. If you have called the district and they have not changed the
Regarding Warning STC00465 (State ID cannot be reported since the State ID has been reported as a dropout in the prior year), I am interested in how to handle situations where a student is dropped over the count date of the PREVIOUS school year but is here before the count date of CURRENT school year. How do we code this if a student was gone over the entirety of last school year?
The student can be recovered using a Stop Out as long as they come back before the subsequent count date of the next school year. For example, you have a student who started on 8/14/2015; the coun
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