Provide the enrollment code that indicates the type of enrollment record. This applies to both enrollment and withdrawal information.
|Code||Description||Explanation of Use|
(or intra-district transfer in)
- A student/receiving education services and funding in the district/system.
- A student who had previously entered any class in a school and then continues his or her membership in the same school from one term to the next because of a promotion or demotion, or who transfers from one homeroom or class to another during a regular school session.
A student enters a school for the first time. For example, a student enrolling in Kindergarten or Prekindergarten.
(from another district, nonpublic system, state-operated system, institution or home school setting)
- A student transferring from a private school.
- A student transferring from an institution.
- A student transferring from a home-school setting.
- A student transferring from another public district. NOTE: Do not include if transferring between schools within the same district/system.
(after a withdrawal, whether voluntary or involuntary)
- A student who had previously entered any class in a school and then re-enters the same school after he or she has left school for any reason whether voluntary or involuntary.
- Use of this code indicates the student has not received educational services in the interval after the withdrawal and before re-entering his/her school.
|200||Transfer out – intra-district||
(within the same district)
A student who transfers between schools within the same district/system.
Do not use for end-of-year grade advancement.
- An entry enrollment code of 100 Still Enrolled should accompany or follow any exit enrollment code of 200 Transfer out – intra-district within the same school year.
- Only use the 200 code if the district has more than one school offering the same grade.
(out of district/system)
- A student known to be receiving services in another district/system.
- A home-schooled student completing course work (done at the time of exit or at year-end).
- A non-public student completing course work (done at the time of exit or at year-end).
- A foreign-exchange student returning to his/her homeland (done at the time of exit or at year-end) if the student did not receive a regular high school diploma as determined by the district.
- A student who withdrew for personal or academic reasons and does not have a signed Withdrawal from Mandatory Attendance form pursuant to Nebraska Revised Statue 79-202 on file with the district.
- A student removed from the education system for other than health reasons, and whose return is not anticipated.
- A student enrolled in adult education or some type of program whose education services do not lead to a diploma or other credential recognized by the state.
- A student who has not graduated or completed an approved program and is not enrolled and whose status is unknown; this includes a student withdrawn from the rolls for excessive absence.
- A student who moved out of the district, out of state, or out of U.S. and is not known to be in school (includes any student whose education status cannot be confirmed either through a parent or other responsible adult or through some formal notification of transfer.)
- A student in an institution that is not primarily educational (Army, or vocational program) and not considered a special school district/system.
- A student who is disenrolled by a parent and does not enroll in another district/system.
- A student who was suspended or expelled and the disciplinary period has expired and student has not returned.
- A student who was expelled and chose not to participate in a district approved alternative education program.
|205||Not Enrolled, Eligible to Return||
A student not attending for disciplinary or other eligibility reasons, but is eligible to enroll at a later date.
- A student experiencing a long-term medical condition that prevents him or her from receiving services, or is in drug treatment or rehabilitative centers, but is eligible to return to school.
- A student enrolled in a foreign student exchange program and is eligible to return to school in the United States.
- A student enrolled in a college program (early admission) but is eligible to return to graduate (such students often re-enroll one day and graduate on the next day).
A student who died.
- A student who passed the age for which the state guarantees a free, appropriate public education and subsequently exited school.
- Students reported as 208 Maxim
|209||Withdraw from Mandatory Attendance||
A student who has withdrawn from attendance pursuant to Nebraska Revised Statue 79-202. A signed withdrawal form must be on file at the district before this code is used.
- Students reported as 209 Withdrawal from Mandatory Attendance will be treated the same as 202 Dropout for Graduation Cohort and Dropout purposes.
|210||Completer: Graduated with a regular or advanced Diploma||
A student who completed the district requirements for a regular or advanced high school diploma (see definition of regular high school diploma below). 34 C.F.R. §200.19(b)(1)(iv)
A “regular high school diploma” means the standard high school diploma awarded to students in a District that is fully aligned with the State’s academic content standards and district diploma requirements. Does not include a GED credential, certificate of attendance, or any alternative award. The term “regular high school diploma” also includes a “higher diploma” that is awarded to students who complete requirements above and beyond what is required for a regular diploma. A student with disabilities may be included in this category through receipt of a high school diploma based on regular diploma requirements identical to that for which students without disabilities are eligible.
DOES NOT INCLUDE: Students that completed their IEP but did not meet regular diploma requirements (see code 211).
|211||Completer with an Alternative/Modified Diploma||
- A student that received a high school diploma based on alternative graduation requirements that are not fully aligned with a State’s academic content standards or district requirements. This may include students that complete their IEP but do not meet the district’s regular diploma requirements (see definition of regular high school diploma in code 210).
- GED recipients are not counted as high school completers UNLESS the school board formally recognizes GED recipients (i.e. a school district/system awards a local high school diploma based on a student’s successful completion of the GED tests).
- A student who did not complete an approved program of study for high school completion and did not meet district/system requirements for a diploma. Students identified as noncompleters, may have received a certificate of attendance, certificate of achievement or some alternative certificate.
- DOES NOT INCLUDE persons receiving a diploma or high school equivalency from the state (a student must be officially withdrawn from membership in order to take the GED tests).
- See Enrollment Code 208 (Maximum Age) if the student passed the age for which the state guarantees a free, appropriate public education and subsequently exited school.
|213||Transfer Out to NE Public School||
(out of district)
- A student known to be receiving services in other Nebraska Public district
|214||Transfer Out to a NE Special Purpose School||
(out of district)
|215||Transfer Out to a NE Nonpublic School||
(out of district)
|216||Transfer Out to an Exempt (Home) School||
(out of district)
|217||Transfer Out to Another State or Country||
(out of district)
This is a mandatory field; a value must be supplied for each record or the data loading process will reject the record.