203 STUDENT - SCHOOL LEAVER AND GRADUATION PROGRAM

Input Record
Type Code

District
ID

Student
ID

Campus ID

Leaver Reason Code

Filler

Date of Graduation

Graduation Type Code

FHSP Participant Code

FHSP Disting Level Achieve Indicator Code

Filler

E0755

E0212

E0001

E0266

E1001

 

E0791

E0806

E1541

E1542

 

C042

     

C162

   

C062

C199

C199

 

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203

Local Student ID

STEM Endorse-ment Indicator Code

Business and Industry Endorse-ment Indicator Code

Public Services Endorse-ment Indicator Code

Arts and Humanities Endorse-ment Indicator Code

Multi-Disciplinary Studies Endorse-ment Indicator Code

Individual Graduation Committee Graduate Code

Individual Graduation Committee Review Code

Filler

E0923

E1544

E1545

E1546

E1547

E1548

E1562

E1563

 
 

C199

C199

C199

C199

C199

C201

C201

 

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Description

The 203 Student School Leaver and Graduation Program record is reported in Submission 1 and Submission 3.

In Submission 1, the 203 Student School Leaver record identifies students who were enrolled in grades 7-12 at some point during the prior school year and did not graduate, earn a GED by August 31, or return to school enrollment by the last Friday in September (the school start window). In Submission 1, the 203 Student School Leaver record also identifies students who have graduated in the prior school year.

In Submission 3, the 203 Student Graduation Program record identifies the intent of grade 9-12 students enrolled in the Foundation High School Program by collecting the Participant Code, Distinguished Level of Achievement Indicator Code, and the Endorsement Indicator Codes.

Business Rules

INPUT-RECORD-TYPE-CODE (E0755) identifies the type of data on a PEIMS data submission record.

DISTRICT-ID (E0212) indicates the district identification number registered with the Texas Education Agency.

DISTRICT-ID on the 203 Student School Leaver records must match the value for DISTRICT-ID on the LEA 010 District record.

STUDENT-ID (E0001) is the student's Social Security number or a state-approved alternate identification number.

When available, the student's Social Security number should be used. If this number is not available, follow the instructions in Section 2 for the assignment of an alternate identification number.

The first character of STUDENT-ID must be "S" or "0"-"8".

CAMPUS-ID (E0266) indicates the unique campus identification number registered with the Texas Education Agency. It is the linking of DISTRICT-ID with the campus identification number.

For Submission 1, CAMPUS-ID on the 203 Student School Leaver record refers to the identification number of the campus in which the student was last enrolled. For example, if a student completes the eighth grade at a middle school (Grades 6-8), and then fails to return to school at a high school (Grades 9-12) the following fall, he is shown as a school leaver in Grade 8 from the middle school campus. If the Campus from which a student is a “school leaver” in the prior school year is no longer operational in the current school year, then the 203 Student School Leaver record must report the leaver data event using that student’s previous school year’s CAMPUS-ID.

For Submission 3, CAMPUS-ID on the 203 Student Graduation Program record refers to the campus that the high school student was enrolled in on the last day of the school year, or the last day of enrollment during the school year. For example, if a student was enrolled at both campus 004 and campus 003 during the course of the school year and was last enrolled at campus 003, then the 203 Student Graduation Program record should reflect the Foundation High School Program data from campus 003 and not 004.

An instructional campus: 1) has an assigned administrator, 2) has enrolled students who are counted for average daily attendance, 3) has assigned instructional staff, 4) receives federal and/or state and/or local funds as its primary support, 5) provides instruction in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), 6) has one or more grade groups in the range from early education through grade 12, and 7) is not a program for students enrolled in another public school.

An alternative instructional unit: 1) is an instructional site, center, program, or arrangement that is not governed by an individual campus organization, and 2) does not meet the above standard definition of an instructional campus.

LEAVER-REASON-CODE (E1001) indicates the reason a prior year grade 7-12 student has not enrolled in the district during the current school year.

LEAVER-REASON-CODE is only reported in Submission 1. All Leaver Reason Codes, other than code 98, require that the LEA obtain or maintain the documentation for each Leaver Reason Code as specified in Appendix D - Leaver Reason Codes and Documentation Requirements.

The LEAVER-REASON-CODE code table C162 is footnoted, as follows, to indicate the codes that exclude students from being reported as dropouts in the state and federal accountability systems.

Appendix D provides an expanded definition and specific guidelines on acceptable documentation for each of the leaver reason codes listed in code table C162.

DATE-OF-GRADUATION (E0791) indicates the month and year that the student graduated from high school.

DATE-OF-GRADUATION is only reported in Submission 1.

The DATE-OF-GRADUATION for a student must fall within the time period of enrollment for the prior school year, up to and including the summer period between the prior school year and the current school year.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE (E0806) indicates the type of plan under which the student graduated.

The GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE is only reported in Submission 1 to identify those students who have graduated from high school in the previous school year.

Graduation data is reported for all students who graduated during the prior school year, including summer graduates up through August 31st. To graduate, students must satisfy the requirements under 19 TAC, Section 74, Subchapter B. Special education students must satisfy requirements under 19 TAC, Section 89.1070. The GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE code represents the program with the most stringent requirements that was completed by the student. Refer to the Texas State Graduation Requirements found on the TEA website at http://tea.texas.gov/index2.aspx?id=2147486096.

Graduation Type Codes Decision Charts

The following three GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE charts differentiate the requirements for coding general education and special education students.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 1 applies to all students who completed the curriculum and credit requirements for graduation, including satisfactory performance on the exit-level assessment.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 2 applies only to students who received special education services, completed the curriculum and credit requirements for graduation, and participated in the statewide assessment instrument identified in the IEP.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 3 applies only to students who received special education services who completed credit requirements for graduation, but whose curriculum content was modified or substituted.

PLEASE NOTE: The content of the curriculum determines the graduation type and drives the applicable coding.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 1

Coding of students who meet all graduation requirements under TAC Chapter 74 and Chapter 101.3022 (or the assessment requirement in place at the time of the student’s enrollment in grade 9)

Coding of students who meet all graduation requirements under TAC Chapter 74 and Chapter 101.3022 (or the assessment requirement in place at the time of the student’s enrollment in grade 9)

Year Entering Grade 9

Curriculum Requirements in Effect During School Year

High School Program

Graduation Codes

2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter D)

*The TAC 89.1070 in effect for students graduating under TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter D is no longer available electronically via the TEA website but may be accessed via the link provided to the Texas Register.

TAC 74.42
TAC 89.1070 (b) (1)*

27 Tex Reg 3103

Minimum

General Education and Special Education

21

TAC 74.43
TAC 89.1070 (b) (1) *

27 Tex Reg 3103

Recommended

General Education and Special Education

22

TAC 74.44
TAC 89.1070 (b) (1)*

27 Tex Reg 3103

Distinguished

General Education and Special Education

23

2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter E)

*The TAC 89.1070 in effect for students graduating under TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter E is no longer available electronically via the TEA website but may be accessed via the link provided to the Texas Register.

TAC 74.52
TAC 89.1070 (b) (1)

27 Tex Reg 3103

Minimum

General Education and Special Education

24

TAC 74.53
TAC 89.1070 (b) (1)*

27 Tex Reg 3103

Recommended

General Education and Special Education

25

TAC 74.54
TAC 89.1070 (b) (1)*

27 Tex Reg 3103

Distinguished

General Education and Special Education

26

2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, and 2011-2012 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter F)

** The TAC 89.1070 as currently in effect and available via the link provided to the Texas Administrative Code.

TAC 74.62
TAC 89.1070(b)(2)
**

Minimum

General Education and Special Education

27

TAC 74.63
TAC 89.1070(b)(1)
**

Recommended

General Education and Special Education

28

TAC 74.64
TAC 89.1070(b)(1)
**

Distinguished

General Education and Special Education

29

2012-2013 and 2013-2014 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter G)

** The TAC 89.1070 as currently in effect and available via the link provided to the Texas Administrative Code.

TAC 74.72
TAC 89.1070(b)(2)
**

Minimum

General Education and Special Education

30

TAC 74.73
TAC 89.1070(b)(1)
**

Recommended

General Education and Special Education

31

TAC 74.74
TAC 89.1070(b)(1)
**

Distinguished

General Education and Special Education

32

2014-2015 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter B)

TAC 74.1021, TAC 74.12

Foundation High School Program

General Education and Special Education

34

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 1 Notes:

Chart 1 applies to all students in general education and to students receiving special education services for whom the required curriculum content was not modified or substituted and satisfactory performance on the exit-level assessments in place at the time of the student’s enrollment in grade 9 was required.

The codes in this chart apply to students graduating under the minimum, recommended, or distinguished programs, including students receiving special education who graduate according to TAC 89.1070 in effect at the time of the student’s enrollment in grade 9.

See Charts 2 and 3 for students receiving special education services graduating under TAC 89.1070 for whom the student’s ARD committee determined that satisfactory performance on a required state assessment was not required. Students receiving special education services for whom the curriculum content was not modified, and who meet the minimal requirements of the recommended or distinguished program must have that achievement recognized on the Academic Achievement Record.

Instructional accommodations for students with disabilities that do not result in curricular content modifications do not impact graduation requirements. Examples of accommodations that do not impact the graduation plan include one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, multi-sensory approaches, extended time on projects, study guides, highlighted texts, programmed materials, preferential seating, immediate feedback, Braille, books on tape, screen readers, the use of an interpreter or word processor, oral testing, un-timed testing, extended time to complete assignments, shortened tests, alternative evaluation strategies (draw a diagram, develop a model, perform the answer), etc. The use of these and other accommodations is allowed under all three graduation programs.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 2

Coding of students who meet the curriculum and credit requirements under TEC Chapter 74 and participated in or were exempted from the statewide assessment instrument(s) identified in the Individualized Education Plan.

Coding of students who meet the curriculum and credit requirements under TEC Chapter 74 and participated in or were exempted from the statewide assessment instrument(s) identified in the Individualized Education Plan.

Year Entering Grade 9
Curriculum Requirements in Effect During School Year

High School Program

Graduation Codes

2001 - 2002 through 2006 - 2007 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapters D and E)

*The version of TAC 89.1070 (b)(2) in effect for students graduating under Subchapters D and E is no longer available electronically via the TEA website but may be accessed via the link provided to the Texas Register.

**Amendments to TAC 89.1070 adopted to be effective Nov. 11, 2007, require satisfactory performance on the statewide assessment for the recommended and distinguished high school programs for all students entering grade 9 in 2007-2008 and thereafter; therefore, graduation codes 19 and 20 may be used for students entering the ninth grade prior to the 2007-2008 school year only.

TAC 74.43 and 74.53 only
TAC 89.1070(b)(2)*

27 Tex Reg 3103

Recommended

**Completed the minimum curriculum and credit requirements for the Recommended High School Program applicable to students in general education and participated in or were exempted from the statewide assessment instrument identified in the IEP.

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

19

TAC 74.44 and 74.54 only
TAC 89.1070(b)(2)*

27 Tex Reg 3103

Distinguished

**Completed the minimum curriculum and credit requirements for the Distinguished Achievement Program applicable to students in general education and participated in or were exempted from the statewide assessment instrument identified in the IEP.

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

20

2001 - 2002 through 2013 - 2014 (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter D, E, F, and G)

TAC 74.42 and 74.52
TAC 89.1070 (b)(2)*
27 Tex Reg 3103

74.62 and 74.72
TAC 89.1070 (b)(2)

Minimum

Completed the minimum curriculum and credit requirements for the Minimum High School Program applicable to students in general education and participated in (or prior to 2007-2008 was exempted from) the statewide assessment instruments identified in the IEP.

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

18

2014 - 2015 and thereafter (TAC Chapter 74, Subchapter B) and prior school years for students who opted to graduate under the Foundation High School Program (TAC Chapter 74.1021.)

TAC 74.12
TAC 89.1070(f)(2)

Foundation

Completed the minimum curriculum and credit requirements for the Foundation High School Program applicable to students in general education and participated in (or prior to 2007-2008 was exempted from) the statewide assessment instruments identified in the IEP.

General Education

Special Education

Not applicable

35

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 2 Notes:

Chart 2 applies to students receiving special education services graduating under TAC 89.1070 (b)(2) (currently or previously in effect) for whom the required curriculum content was not modified or substituted AND the student participated in (or prior to 2007-2008 was exempted from) the statewide assessment instrument identified in the IEP.

Amendments to TAC 89.1070 adopted to be effective Nov. 11, 2007, require satisfactory performance on the statewide assessment for the recommended and distinguished achievement high school programs for all students entering the ninth grade in 2007-2008 and thereafter; therefore, graduation codes 19 and 20 may be used for students entering the grade 9 prior to the 2007-2008 school year only.

In the event that a student receiving special education services completes all of the requirements of the foundation, minimum, recommended, or distinguished program, including satisfactory performance on the standard assessments required for graduation, that student should be coded with one of the codes in Chart 1.

Instructional accommodations for students with disabilities that do not result in curricular content modifications do not impact graduation requirements. Examples of accommodations that do not impact the graduation plan include one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, multi-sensory approaches, extended time on projects, study guides, highlighted texts, programmed materials, preferential seating, immediate feedback, Braille, books on tape, screen readers, the use of an interpreter or word processor, oral testing, un-timed testing, extended time to complete assignments, shortened tests, alternative evaluation strategies (draw a diagram, develop a model, perform the answer), etc. The use of these and other accommodations is allowed under all three graduation programs.

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 3

Coding of students graduating under TAC 89.1070 with curriculum modifications according to an IEP.

Coding of students graduating under TAC 89.1070 with curriculum modifications according to an IEP.

Year Entering Grade 9 Curriculum Requirements in Effect During School Year

Minimum High School Program

Graduation Codes

*The TAC 89.1070 in effect for students enrolled in Grade 9 prior to 2011-2012 is no longer available electronically via the TEA website, but may be accessed via the link provided to the Texas Register.

Prior to 2011-2012:

TAC 89.1070 (c)(2)(A)*

32 TexReg 8161

Minimum

Completed minimum credit requirements of students without disabilities, the IEP, and full-time employment with sufficient self-help skills to maintain employment without public school services

General Education

Not applicable

2011-2012 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070(f)(3)(A)

Special Education

04

Prior to 2011-2012:

TAC 89.1070 (c)(2)(B)*

32 TexReg 8161

Minimum

Completed minimum credit requirements of students without disabilities, the IEP, and demonstrated mastery of specific employability and self-help skills

General Education

Not applicable

2011-2012 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070 (f)(3)(B)

Special Education

05

Prior to 2011-2012:

TAC 89.1070 (c)(2)(C)*

32 TexReg 8161

Minimum

Completed minimum credit requirements of students without disabilities, the IEP, and access to services, employment, or education outside of public education

General Education

Not applicable

2011-2012 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070 (f)(3)(C)

Special Education

06

Prior to 2011-2012:

TAC 89.1070(d)*

32 TexReg 8161

Minimum

Completed IEP and reached age 22

General Education

Not applicable

2011-2012 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070 (f)(3)(D)

Special Education

07

Year Entering Grade 9 Curriculum Requirements in Effect During School Year

Foundation High School Program

Graduation Codes

*The TAC 89.1070 in effect for students enrolled in Grade 9 prior to 2011-2012 is no longer available electronically via the TEA website, but may be accessed via the link provided to the Texas Register.

2014-2015 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070(b)(2)(A)

Foundation

Completed minimum credit requirements of students without disabilities, the IEP, and full-time employment with sufficient self-help skills to maintain employment without public school services

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

54

2014-2015 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070 (b)(2)(B)

Foundation

Completed minimum credit requirements of students without disabilities, the IEP, and demonstrated mastery of specific employability and self-help skills

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

55

2014-2015 and thereafter:
TAC 89.1070 (b)(2)(C)

Foundation

Completed minimum credit requirements of students without disabilities, the IEP, and access to services, employment, or education outside of public education

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

56

2014-2015 and thereafter:

TAC 89.1070(b)(2)(D)

Foundation

Completed IEP and reached age 22

General Education

Not applicable

Special Education

57

GRADUATION-TYPE-CODE Chart 3 Notes

Chart 3 applies only to students for whom the required curriculum content was modified or substituted as required by the student’s IEP. If content was not modified or substituted, refer to Charts 1 or 2.

The Minimum and Foundation High School Programs are the only graduation options for a student for whom the required curriculum content was modified or substituted as required by the student’s IEP.

Instructional accommodations for students with disabilities that do not result in curricular content modifications do not impact graduation requirements. Examples of accommodations that do not impact the graduation plan include one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, multi-sensory approaches, extended time on projects, study guides, highlighted texts, programmed materials, preferential seating, immediate feedback, Braille, books on tape, screen readers, the use of an interpreter or word processor, oral testing, un-timed testing, extended time to complete assignments, shortened tests, alternative evaluation strategies ( draw a diagram, develop a model, perform the answer), etc. The use of these and other accommodations is allowed under all three graduation programs.

Please note: Any student, including students receiving special education services, who meets any of the requirements above and is coded with any of the graduation codes in Chart 1, Chart 2, or Chart 3 is a Texas public school graduate and must be awarded a standard high school diploma.

FHSP-PARTICIPANT-CODE (E1541) – indicates whether a student is currently enrolled in the Foundation High School Program.

The FHSP-Participant-Code is reported at the end of the school year for all students in Grades 9-12. (Submission 3 only)

FHSP-DISTING-LEVEL-ACHIEVE-INDICATOR-CODE (E1542) – indicates whether a student is currently pursuing or has successfully completed the distinguished level of achievement program under the Foundation High School Program as provided by TEC 28.025 (b-15).

The FHSP-DISTING-LEVEL-ACHIEVE-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported at the end of the school year for any student who has completed or is pursuing the Foundation High School Program. (Submission 3)

The FHSP-DISTING-LEVEL- ACHIEVE-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported in the fall submission (Submission 1) for students who graduated under the Foundation High School Program and have completed the Distinguished Level of Achievement for the Foundation High School Program. (Graduation Type Code 34)

LOCAL-STUDENT-ID (E0923) is the student's local identification number as assigned by the district. LOCAL-STUDENT-ID is optional.

STEM-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE (E1544) - indicates whether a student is currently enrolled in (pursuing) or has successfully completed a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Endorsement.

The STEM-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported at the end of the school year (Submission 3) for any student who has completed or is pursuing the Foundation High School Program.

The STEM-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported in the fall submission (Submission 1) for students who graduated under the Foundation High School Program. (Graduation Type Code 34)

BUSINESS-AND-INDUSTRY-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE (E1545) - indicates whether a student is currently enrolled in (pursuing) or has successfully completed a Business and Industry Endorsement.

The BUSINESS-AND-INDUSTRY-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported at the end of the school year (Submission 3) for any student who has completed or is pursuing the Foundation High School Program.

The BUSINESS-AND-INDUSTRY-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported in the fall submission (Submission 1) for students who graduated under the Foundation High School Program. (Graduation Type Code 34)

PUBLIC-SERVICES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE (E1546) - indicates whether a student is currently enrolled in (pursuing) or has successfully completed a Public Services Endorsement.

The PUBLIC-SERVICES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported at the end of the school year (Submission 3) for any student who has completed or is pursuing the Foundation High School Program.

The PUBLIC-SERVICES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported in the fall submission (Submission 1) for students who graduated under the Foundation High School Program. (Graduation Type Code 34)

ARTS-AND-HUMANITIES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE (E1547) - indicates whether a student is currently enrolled in (pursuing) or has successfully completed an Arts and Humanities Endorsement.

The ARTS-AND-HUMANITIES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported at the end of the school year (Submission 3) for any student who has completed or is pursuing the Foundation High School Program.

The ARTS-AND-HUMANITIES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported in the fall submission (Submission 1) for students who graduated under the Foundation High School Program. (Graduation Type Code 34)

MULTI-DISCIPLINARY-STUDIES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE (E1548) - indicates whether a student is currently enrolled in (pursuing) or has successfully completed a Multi-Disciplinary Studies Endorsement.

The MULTI-DISCIPLINARY-STUDIES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported at the end of the school year (Submission 3) for any student who has completed or is pursuing the Foundation High School Program.

The MULTI-DISCIPLINARY-STUDIES-ENDORSEMENT-INDICATOR-CODE must be reported in the fall submission (Submission 1) for students who graduated under the Foundation High School Program. (Graduation Type Code 34)

INDIVIDUAL-GRADUATION-COMMITTEE-GRADUATE-CODE (E1562) indicates whether a student for whom an Individual Graduation Committee (IGC) was established has graduated based on an IGC decision. This is reported for graduates in Submission 1 only.

INDIVIDUAL-GRADUATION-COMMITTEE-REVIEW-CODE (E1563) indicates whether an Individual Graduation Committee (IGC) has been established for a student. This is only reported for 11th and 12th grade students in Submission 3.

Reporting Requirements

Submission 1 Reporting Requirements

The 203 Student - School Leaver record reporting includes all dropouts, graduates, and other school leavers identified during the previous school year for students in grades 7 - 12. Included are all students who fail to re-enroll in the fall by the end of the school start window. (The school-start window extends from the first day of school through the last Friday in September.) This includes students in special education and other special, ungraded, or state-approved alternative programs.

Students who have previously completed all graduation requirements in one school year, but do not pass the exit-level assessments until the next school year, are reported as graduates in the year in which the assessments were passed.

School districts that do not serve all grade levels, such as K-8 districts, will not use the 203 Student - School Leaver record to report students in grade 7 or above who have completed all grades offered in the home district and are transferred to a neighboring K-12 district. These students are considered movers.

In the event of district or charter school consolidations, the absorbing district or charter school must report the school leaver data for the consolidated district. For example, if Texas ISD absorbs Learning ISD through a consolidation, then Texas ISD must report the final leaver (dropout and graduate) data for Learning ISD.

Districts must take appropriate measures to ensure that prior year students who are "no shows" in the current year are not "rolled over" in the student system and reported as enrolled students in the district's PEIMS Submission 1. If this happens, these students may be on the district's underreported student listing the next year. If a student was in grade 7-12 during the prior year, does not enroll in the district within the school-start window, does not enroll in another Texas public school, does not receive a General Educational Development (GED) in Texas by August 31st, and is not accounted for by other state reconciliation processes, then a 203 Student - School Leaver record is reported.

A 203 Student - School Leaver record is not reported in certain circumstances as follows:

Leavers and graduates are reported with different combinations of records depending on their status in the prior and current school years. The chart below indicates the coding required for students in grades 7-12 based on prior year and current year student enrollment data. Refer to the 101 Student Demographic record for detailed requirements related to the AS-OF-STATUS-CODE.

Leaver Reporting Requirements Based on Prior Year and Current Year Student Enrollment Statuses for Students in Grades 7-12

Leaver Reporting Requirements Based on Prior Year and Current Year Student Enrollment Statuses for Students in Grades 7-12

Enrolled in the district at some point in prior school year

Enrolled in the district in current year

Enrolled in the district in current year within the school-start window

Enrolled in the district in the current year on fall as-of date

AS-OF-STATUS-CODE

Record Required

Mover or GED received by Aug. 31 of prior school year

         

100

101

102

110

203

 

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

B

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

   

No

Yes

Yes

No

C

Yes

Yes

Yes

     

No

Yes

No

Yes

F

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

   

No

Yes

No

No

G

Yes

Yes

Yes

     

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

B

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

   

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

C

Yes

Yes

Yes

     

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

D

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

D

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Optional

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

E

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

E

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Optional

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

A

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

No

Submission 3 Reporting Requirements

The 203 Student Graduation Program record identifies the Foundation High School Program graduation intention of grade 9 – 12 students enrolled at the end of the school year or their enrollment term for the school year. This reporting is accomplished by collecting the Foundation High School Program Participant Code, Distinguished Level of Achievement Indicator Code, and the Endorsement Indicator Codes.

Foundation High School Program Graduation Intention Reporting Requirements

Foundation High School Program Graduation Intention Reporting Requirements

Grade Level on Last Day of Enrollment

AS-OF-STATUS-CODE

Record Required

   

100

101

102

203

EE- 6

X

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

7-8

H

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

7-8

I

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

9-12

H

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

9-12

I

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

If a student is reported as enrolled in the Foundation High School Program, then they must also be reported with the Distinguished Level of Achievement Indicator Code and the Endorsement Indicator Codes. Otherwise, the Distinguished Level of Achievement Indicator Code and the Endorsement Indicator Codes must be blank.

Special Reporting Requirements

Students who are “movers”, moving to or from the Texas School for the Deaf (TSD), Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI), and Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) (formerly TYC) should be treated as any other student moving between LEAs and are not automatically reported with a 203 Leaver record. Students who leave Texas School for the Deaf (TSD), Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI), and Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) (formerly TYC) and do not graduate or continue enrollment in another school setting either in or out of Texas should be reported with a 203 Leaver record with the appropriate LEAVER-REASON-CODE.