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(ENTRIES 1a, 1b, 2, 3 and 4 ACTUAL [0 decimals]

The enrollment counts in the 1st and 2nd columns were pre-filled in SAMS. The pre-filled enrollment counts represent the Fall 2015 & 2016 public school enrollment in half-day kindergarten (Entry 1a), full-day kindergarten (Entry 1b), grades one through three (Entry 2), grades four through six (Entry 3), and grades seven through twelve (Entry 4) that was reported to the Student Information Repository Services (SIRS) on the date in late October designated as the BEDS Enrollment Date. Included in these counts are the number of enrolled students on the regular day school register, the number of enrolled non-resident homeless students and the number of enrolled students educated at the campus school of Hunter College (New York City only). Students in ungraded classes are counted as grades K-3 if under 9 years of age, as grades 4-6 if ages 9 through 12 and as grades 7-12 if 13 years old or older as of September 1. The enrollment counts do not include students enrolled full-time at BOCES or students enrolled in charter schools. Use these counts to check the reasonability of the 2017-18 enrollment values to be entered in lines 1 a, 1 b, 2, 3 & 4 in the projected column of Form A.

 

Note:  See Form A, lines 86 and 87 for reporting homebound instruction and/or hospitalized instruction.

(ENTRIES 1a, 1b, 2, 3 and 4) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated Fall of 2017  public school enrollment in half-day kindergarten (Entry 1a), full-day kindergarten (Entry 1b) grades one through three (Entry 2), grades four through six (Entry 3), and grades seven through twelve (Entry 4) that will be reported to the Student Information Repository Services (SIRS) on the date in late October which is designated as the BEDS Enrollment Date. Include the number of enrolled students on the regular day school register, the number of enrolled non-resident homeless students and the number of enrolled students educated at the campus school of Hunter College (New York City only). Students in ungraded classes should be counted as grades K-3 if under 9 years of age, as grades 4-6 if ages 9 through 12 and as grades 7-12 if 13 years old or older as of September 1, 2017. Do not include students enrolled full-time at BOCES and students enrolled in charter schools.

 

Note:  See Form A, line 86 and 87 for reporting homebound instruction and/or hospitalized instruction.

 

(ENTRY 1c) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

The year the district's first offered full-day kindergarten to all children (as previously reported to State Aid via SAMS) has been pre-filled in Form A, entry 1c.

 

(ENTRY 1d & 1e) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

If a value is not pre-filled at entry 1c, and your district plans to first offer a full day kindergarten to all students in the 2017-18 school year, enter "2017" in entry 1d. If not, leave blank. If your district plans to first offer a full day kindergarten to all students in the 2018-19 school year, enter "2018" in entry 1e. If not, leave blank. (Used to calculate 2017-18 Full Day Kindergarten Conversion Aid).

 

(ENTRY 5) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Read only. No entry necessary. A value has been entered in entry 5 by the State Education Department. The number is the sum of Form A entries #1a + #1b + #2 + #3 + #4 + #79a + #83 + #87a + #87b + Schedule U total charter school enrollment 2016-17.

 

(ENTRY 5) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Read only. No entry necessary. This number is calculated when the form is. The number is the sum of #1a + #1b + #2 + #3 + #4 + #79a + #83 + #87a + #87b + Schedule U total charter school enrollment 2017-18.

 

(ENTRY 6) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

a.Enter an estimate of the projected enrollment of students on a regular day school register for the 2018-19 school year. This number should represent the total district enrollment; it should not be left blank or entered as zero. This number is the projected sum of the number of kindergarten (1/2 day kindergarten and full day kindergarten) through grade 12 students on the regular day school register plus the equivalent attendance students plus resident students with disabilities enrolled full time in a BOCES program. Include students to be enrolled in charter schools and resident homebound/hospitalized students educated at district expense.

b.Enter an estimate of the projected Full Day K enrollment of students on a regular day school register for the 2018-19 school year. Include students to be enrolled in charter schools.

Note:  The value is used to project 2018-19 Full Day K Conversion Aid when Form A entry 1c equals 2018.

 

(ENTRY 7 - 10) ACTUAL [2 decimals]

Not Used

 

(ENTRY 7 - 10) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Not Used

 

(ENTRY 11) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

The CoSer number has to be a three digit number. The BOCES CoSer number is indicated on the SA-156, BOCES Data Report for Students with Disabilities and for Students in Equivalent Attendance, Part II.

(ENTRY 12) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the appropriate BOCES BEDS Code from the Code list. BOCES BEDS Codes:

Albany 0190

Erie 2 - Chau 1492

Monroe 2 2692

Otsego 1990

Sullivan 5990

Broome 0390

Franklin 1690

Nassau 2890

Putnam 4890

Tompkins 6190

Cattaraugus 0490

Genesee Valley 2490

Oneida 4190

Questar III 4990

Ulster 6290

Cayuga 0590

Hamilton 2090

Onondaga 4290

Rockland 5090

Washington 6490

Clinton 0990

Herkimer 2190

Ontario 4390

Schuyler 5590

Westchester 6690

Delaware 1290

Jefferson 2290

Orange 4490

St. Lawrence 5190

 

Dutchess 1390

Madison 2590

Orleans 4590

Suffolk 1 5891

 

Erie 1 1491

Monroe 1 2691

Oswego 4690

Suffolk 2 5893

 

 

(ENTRIES 14 - 15) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

2016-17 STUDENT HOURS FOR EQUIVALENT ATTENDANCE:  Enter the number of student hours of instruction during the 2016-17 school year of students 16 years of age or older but under the age of 21, not on a regular day school register but enrolled in alternative programs leading to a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma in a school district (Entry 14) or in a BOCES under a cooperative service agreement (CoSer) (Entry 15). If you are claiming hours at Entry 15, you must enter a CoSer number and BOCES Beds Code at Entries 11-12 (the BOCES CoSer number is indicated on the SA-156). Do not include student hours in BOCES programs that generate BOCES Aid. Student hours are equal to the sum of the total hours of instruction for which each student was actually present for the period of 9/1/16- 6/30/17. Do not include hours for students claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) or nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(8). If you claim either district-operated or BOCES equivalent attendance hours, you must also claim equivalent students at Entry 83. (Used to calculate total adjusted average daily attendance and additional secondary weightings.)

 

(ENTRIES 14 - 15) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

2017-18 STUDENT HOURS FOR EQUIVALENT ATTENDANCE:  Enter the estimated number of student hours of instruction during the 2017-18 school year of students 16 years of age or older but under the age of 21, not on a regular day school register but enrolled in alternative programs leading to a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma in a school (Entry 14) or in a BOCES under a cooperative service agreement (CoSer) (Entry 15). Do not include student hours in BOCES programs that generate BOCES Aid. Estimated student hours are equal to the sum of the total estimated hours of instruction for which each student will be present for the period of 9/1/17- 6/30/18. Do not include hours for students claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) or nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(8). If you estimate either district-operated or BOCES equivalent attendance hours, you must also estimate equivalent attendance students at Entry 83.

 

(ENTRIES 16 - 18) ACTUAL [2 decimals]

Not Used

 

(ENTRIES 19 - 54) ACTUAL [2 decimals]

2016-17 GENERAL ENROLLMENT REPORT OF GRADE K-12 STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN PUBLIC SCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION PLACEMENTS

 

NOTE:  The Full-Time-Equivalent (FTE) Enrollments should be computed using the "FTE Calculator" on the State Aid site.  FTE enrollments must be reported as a total. See the HELP below for a description of the data to be reported in each column. Click the year in the following table for detailed help.

 

2016-17

2017-18

Total

Total

 

2016-17 TOTAL FTE (ENTRIES 19 - 54) (ACTUAL)

Enter the full-time-equivalent enrollment (FTE) during 2016-17 of students with disabilities in the grade grouping (K-3, 4-6 or 7-12), school of placement (district operated, BOCES or other public school), residency status (resident or nonresident) and intensity of special education service provided (60% of the school day, 20% of the school week or consultant teacher for 2 hours per week) as indicated in the specific entry title. Note that for students with disabilities enrolled in a period based program in grades 4-12, 20% of the school week may be interpreted as 5 periods but not less than 180 minutes of instruction per week. Do not include enrollment of students in dual enrollment status from a nonpublic school, in a private school under a 4402 or 4407 contract (private school 4405 students), in a state operated school for the blind or deaf (Rome or Batavia 4405 students), in a state supported school for the blind or deaf, in a special act school district, or enrollment of students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(5) (Chapters 47, 66 and 721 - OPWDD students) or nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(8) or students claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13). Sum all individual enrollments applicable to each entry and carry the sum to two decimal places without rounding. Students in ungraded classes should be counted as grades K-3 if under 9 years of age, as grades 4-6 if ages 9 through 12 and as grades 7-12 if 13 years old or older as of September 1, 2016. (Used to calculate total wealth pupil units, total aidable pupil units for expense and Public Excess Cost Aid.)

 

2017-18 TOTAL FTE (ENTRIES 19 - 54) (PROJECTED)

(ENTRIES 19-54) PROJECTED [2 decimals] 2017-18 GENERAL ENROLLMENT REPORT OF GRADE K-12 STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN PUBLIC SCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION PLACEMENTS:  Enter the estimated full-time-equivalent enrollment (FTE) during 2017-18 of students with disabilities in the grade grouping (K-3, 4-6 or 7-12), school of placement (district operated, BOCES or other public school), residency status (resident or nonresident) and intensity of special education service provided (60% of the school day, 20% of the school week or consultant teacher for 2 hours per week, except that the committee on special education may recommend that a student with a disability who also needs resource room services in addition to consultant teacher services, may receive a combination of such services consistent with the student’s IEP for not less than three hours each week) as indicated in the specific entry title. Note that for students with disabilities in grades 4 through 12 enrolled in a period based school program, 20% of the school week may be interpreted as 5 periods but not less than 180 minutes of instruction per week, except that the committee on special education may recommend that a student with a disability who also needs consultant teacher services in addition to resource room services, may receive a combination of such services consistent with the student’s IEP for not less than three hours each week. Do not include enrollment of students in dual enrollment status from a nonpublic school, in a private school under a 4402 or 4407 contract (private school 4405 students), in a state operated school for the blind or deaf (Rome or Batavia 4405 students), in a state supported school for the blind or deaf, in a special act school district, or enrollment of students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(5) (Chapters 47, 66 and 721 - OPWDD students), students claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) and nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(8). Compute enrollment according to the Individual Enrollment Computation Guide. Sum all individual enrollments applicable to each entry and carry the sum to two decimal places without rounding. Students in ungraded classes should be counted as grades K-3 if under 9 years of age, as grades 4-6 if ages 9 through 12 and as grades 7-12 if 13 years old or older as of September 1, 2017.

 

(ENTRIES 55 - 57) ACTUAL [2 decimals]

2016-17 ADDITIONAL RESIDENT WADA BASED ON THE FTE OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES ENROLLED FULL TIME IN OTHER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT PROGRAMS: Enter the full-time-equivalent enrollment (FTE) during 2016-17 of students with disabilities who were resident in your school district but were enrolled as full time students in another public school district. Enter FTEs for the specific grade grouping (K-3, 4-6 or 7-12) indicated in the specific entry title. Do not transfer to these entries the FTEs of students with disabilities receiving special education services for 60% of the school day in another public school district as reported in previous entries unless all students so reported were enrolled full time in the other public school. Do not include enrollment of students in dual enrollment status from a nonpublic school, in a private school under a 4402 or 4407 contract (private school 4405 students), in a state operated school for the blind or deaf (Rome or Batavia 4405 students), in a state supported school for the blind or deaf, in a special act school district, or enrollment of students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(5) (Chapters 47, 66 and 721 - OPWDD students), students claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) and nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(8). Sum all individual enrollments applicable to each entry and carry the sum to two decimal places without rounding. Students in ungraded classes should be counted as K-3 if under 9 years of age, as 4-6 if ages 9 through 12 and as 7-12 if 13 years old or older as of September 1, 2016. (Used to calculate total combined weighted average daily attendance, resident weighted average daily attendance and total wealth pupil units.)

 

(ENTRIES 59 - 61) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the net registration for resident students, other than students with disabilities, who during 2016-17 attended another public school district or attended full-time classes operated by a BOCES or a county vocational education and extension board. Enter net registration for the specific grade grouping (1/2K, Full-Day K-6, or 7-12) indicated in the specific entry title. Net registration is the number of such students registered during the school year. Do not include students attending charter schools or any students whose attendance is reported on FORM A, Schedules A1 through A4 or any students with disabilities. Use whole numbers only. (Used to calculate total wealth pupil units and resident weighted average daily attendance.)

 

(ENTRIES 62 - 64) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the net registration for nonresident students, including students with disabilities, who during 2016-17 attended this public school district and whose attendance was reported on FORM A, Schedules A1 through A4. Enter net registration for the specific grade grouping (1/2K, Full-Day K-6, or 7-12) indicated in the specific entry title. Net registration is the number of such students registered during the school year. Do not include any students in dual enrollment status from a nonpublic school, students living on federally  owned  land or property, students in a private school under a 4402 or 4407 contract (private school 4405 students), students in a state operated school for the blind or deaf (Rome or Batavia 4405 students), students in a state supported school for the blind or deaf, students in a special act school district, students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(5) (Chapters 47, 66 and 721 - OPWDD students), students claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) and nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to Education Law 3202(8). Use whole numbers only. (Used to calculate total wealth pupil units and resident weighted average daily attendance.)

 

(ENTRIES 65 - 66) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the 2016-17 enrollment in district (Entry 65) or BOCES (Entry 66) operated occupational education programs in the areas of trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and the Commissioner's Regulations 141.2. If values are entered in lines 65 or 66, then values also must be entered in lines 69 and 70 or 70a and 70b. (Used to calculate Aid for Occupational Education for the Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of BOCES.)

 

(ENTRIES 65 - 66) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the 2017-18 enrollment in district (Entry 65) or BOCES (Entry 66) operated occupational education programs in the areas of trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRIES 67 - 68) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the total 2016-17 enrollment in district (Entry 67) or BOCES (Entry 68) operated occupational education programs in the areas of business and marketing occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2. If values are entered in lines 67 or 68, then values also must be entered in lines 69 and 70 or 70c and 70d. (Used to calculate Aid for Occupational Education for the Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of BOCES.)

 

(ENTRIES 67 - 68) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the total 2017-18 enrollment in district (Entry 67) or BOCES (Entry 68) operated occupational education programs in the areas of business and marketing occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY 69) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Big 5 districts and non-component districts must complete Form A lines 69 and 70 or lines 70a thru 70d.

 

Yearly total aggregate attendance of grades 10 through 12 as included in grades 9 through 12 aggregate attendance reported at line 2 of the attendance reports for the first and second semesters of the 2016-17 school year, Schedules A-2 and A-4. (Used to calculate occupation education attendance in the Big Five Cities and districts that are not components of BOCES.)

 

(ENTRY 70) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Yearly total possible aggregate attendance of grades 10 through 12 as included in grades 9 through 12 possible aggregate attendance as reported at line 1 of the attendance reports for the first and second semesters of the 2016-17 school year, Schedules A-2 and A-4. (Used to calculate occupational education attendance in the Big Five Cities and districts that are not components of BOCES.)

 

(ENTRY 70a) ACTUAL

Yearly total aggregate attendance of all students enrolled in trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2. The best attendance ratio will be used for aid purposes.

 

(ENTRY 70b) ACTUAL

Yearly total possible aggregate attendance of all students enrolled in trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY 70c) ACTUAL

Yearly total aggregate attendance of all students enrolled in business and marketing occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2. The best attendance ratio will be used for aid purposes.

 

(ENTRY 70d) ACTUAL

Yearly total possible aggregate attendance of all students enrolled in business and marketing occupations in grades 10-12 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY G9 65 - G9 66) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the 2017-18 enrollment in district (Entry G9 65) or BOCES (Entry G9 66) operated occupational education programs in the areas of trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in Grade 9 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY G9 67 - G9 68) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the total 2017-18 enrollment in district (Entry G9 67) or BOCES (Entry G9 68) operated occupational education programs in the areas of business and marketing occupations in grade 9 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY G9 69) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Big 5 districts and non-component districts must complete Form A lines G9 69 and G9 70 or lines G9 70a thru G9 70d.

 

Yearly total aggregate attendance of grade 9 as included in grades 9 through 12 aggregate attendance reported at line 2 of the attendance reports for the first and second semesters of the 2016-17 school year, Schedules A-2 and A-4.

 

(ENTRY G9 70) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Yearly total aggregate attendance of grade 9 as included in grades 9 through 12 possible aggregate attendance as reported at line 1 of the attendance reports for the first and second semesters of the 2016-17 school year, Schedules A-2 and A-4.

 

(ENTRY G9 70a) ACTUAL

Yearly total aggregate attendance of all students enrolled in trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in grade 9 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2. The best attendance ratio will be used for aid purposes.

 

(ENTRY G9 70b) ACTUAL

Yearly total possible attendance of all students enrolled in trade and industrial, technical, agriculture and health occupations in grade 9 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY G9 70c) ACTUAL

Yearly total aggregate attendance of all students enrolled in business and marketing occupations in grade 9 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2. The best attendance ratio will be used for aid purposes.

 

(ENTRY G9 70d) ACTUAL

Yearly total possible attendance of all students enrolled in business and marketing occupations in grade 9 as such programs are defined in Education Law 3602(10) and Commissioner's Regulations 141.2.

 

(ENTRY 71a) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

TOTAL ACTUAL STUDENT ATTENDANCE HOURS IN DISTRICT OPERATED AND APPROVED SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS DURING JULY-AUGUST, 2016: Enter the total hours of attendance for all students in district operated and approved summer school courses during the summer of 2016. Hours of attendance reported must be based on attendance records, not enrollment, and should equal the aggregate sum of the attendance of all students in such courses in hourly units. For State Aid purposes, no student may be counted for more than 90 hours of attendance during the summer session (pursuant to Commissioner’s Regulation 110.3). Attendance in excess of ninety hours is not aidable. The New York City Public Schools should not include at this entry any hours of attendance in summer camp courses. An approved course that may be offered during summer session is any course listed in the Assignment Codes for Teachers distributed by the Information & Reporting Services (SIRS) that is taught in a summer school approved by the State Education Department. Do not include hours for students receiving special education services in programs approved pursuant to section 4408 of the Education Law. Do not enter hours for students receiving summer school instruction as a BOCES shared service.

 

(ENTRY 71a) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

TOTAL ACTUAL STUDENT ATTENDANCE HOURS IN DISTRICT OPERATED AND APPROVED SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS DURING JULY-AUGUST, 2017: Enter the total hours of attendance for all students in district operated and approved summer school courses during the summer of 2017. Hours of attendance reported must be based on attendance records, not enrollment, and should equal the aggregate sum of the attendance of all students in such courses in hourly units. For State Aid purposes, no student may be counted for more than 90 hours of attendance during the summer session (pursuant to Commissioner’s Regulation 110.3). Attendance in excess of ninety hours is not aidable. The New York City Public Schools should not include at this entry any hours of attendance in summer camp courses. An approved course that may be offered during summer session is any course listed in the Assignment Codes for Teachers distributed by the IRS office (Information & Reporting Services) that is taught in a summer school approved by the State Education Department. Do not include hours for students receiving special education services in programs approved pursuant to section 4408 of the Education Law. Do not enter hours for students receiving summer school instruction as a BOCES shared service.

 

(ENTRY 71b) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

TOTAL POSSIBLE STUDENT AGGREGATE ATTENDANCE HOURS IN DISTRICT OPERATED AND APPROVED SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS DURING JULY-AUGUST, 2016: Enter the total possible hours of aggregate attendance for all students in district operated and approved summer school courses during the summer of 2016. Hours reported must be based on daily membership (i.e. the hours for students on the summer school register for each day), not actual attendance hours, and should equal the aggregate sum of all students enrolled in such courses in hourly units. For State Aid purposes, no student may be counted for more than 90 hours of attendance during the summer session (pursuant to Commissioner’s Regulation 110.3). Possible aggregate attendance in excess of ninety hours is not aidable. The New York City Public Schools should not include at this entry any hours in summer camp courses. An approved course that may be offered during summer session is any course listed in the Assignment Codes for Teachers distributed by the IRS office (Information & Reporting Services) that is taught in a summer school approved by the State Education Department. Do not include hours for students receiving special education services in programs approved pursuant to section 4408 of the Education Law. Do not enter hours for students receiving summer school instruction as a BOCES shared service.

 

(ENTRY 71b) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

TOTAL POSSIBLE STUDENT AGGREGATE ATTENDANCE HOURS IN DISTRICT OPERATED AND APPROVED SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS DURING JULY-AUGUST, 2017: Enter the total possible hours of aggregate attendance for all students in district operated and approved summer school courses during the summer of 2017. Hours reported must be based on daily membership (i.e. the hours for students on the summer school register for each day), not actual attendance, and should equal the aggregate sum of all students enrolled in such courses in hourly units. For State Aid purposes, no student may be counted for more than 90 hours of attendance during the summer session (pursuant to Commissioner’s Regulation 110.3). Possible aggregate attendance in excess of ninety hours is not aidable. The New York City Public Schools should not include at this entry any hours in summer camp courses. An approved course that may be offered during summer session is any course listed in the Assignment Codes for Teachers distributed by the IRS office (Information & Reporting Services) that is taught in a summer school approved by the State Education Department. Do not include hours for students receiving special education services in programs approved pursuant to section 4408 of the Education Law. Do not enter hours for students receiving summer school instruction as a BOCES shared service.

 

(ENTRY 72) ACTUAL [2 decimals]

When data is entered and saved on Form A Schedule B, the weighted FTE enrollment of dual enrolled pupils with disabilities is calculated and the total weighted dual enrollment value is then displayed at Form A Entry 72.

 

(ENTRY 73) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

2016-17 Total Count of all Pupils Served in  programs for English Language Learners (ELL):  Enter the total of all pupils served in both district operated and BOCES operated English Language Learners (ELL) programs operated pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law and Part 154 of the Regulations, who score below a State designated level of Proficient in an approved language exam, NYSITELL (administered after 2/1/16) or NYSELAT). Include in this count all pupils served in such ELL programs regardless of the funding source of the program.

 

(ENTRY 73) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

2017-18 Total Count of all Pupils Served in  programs for English Language Learners (ELL):  Enter the estimated total of all pupils served in both district operated and BOCES operated English Language Learners (ELL) programs operated pursuant to subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law and Part 154 of the Regulations, who score below a State designated level of Proficient in an approved language exam, NYSEITELL (administered after 2/1/16) or NYSELAT). Include in this count all pupils served in such ELL programs regardless of the funding source of the program.

 

(ENTRY 74) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of students accepted from another district through the Urban Suburban Transfer Program as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment date, if this district has been approved to operate an Inter-district Urban Suburban Transfer program by the Office of Education Management Services (518-474-6541).

 

(ENTRY 74) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Entry is restricted to those districts approved to operate the Inter-district Urban Suburban Transfer program by the Office of Education Management Services (518-474-6541).

 

(ENTRY 75) ACTUAL [2 decimals]

2016-17 DECLASSIFIED STUDENTS RECEIVING SUPPORT SERVICES: Enter the sum of the 2016-17 school year full-time-equivalent (FTE) enrollment for all students that received support services pursuant to Education Law 3602 5-a.(d)(1) for whom the 2016-17 school year represented the first year of a move from a special education program to a full-time regular education program. The full-time-equivalent (FTE) enrollment should be computed using the "FTE Calculator" on the State Aid site. Report the sum of the FTE enrollment to two decimal places without rounding. Calculated FTE reported here should also not be reported on Form A Part 1 lines 19-54.

 

(ENTRY 75) PROJECTED [2 decimals]

2017-18 DECLASSIFIED STUDENTS RECEIVING SUPPORT SERVICES: Enter the estimated sum of the 2017-18 school year full-time-equivalent (FTE) enrollment for all declassified students receiving support services pursuant to Education Law 3602 5-a.(d)(1) for whom the 2017-18 school year will represent the first year of a move from a special education program to a full-time regular education program. The Full-Time-Equivalent (FTE) enrollment should be computed using the "FTE Calculator" on the State Aid site. Report the sum of the FTE enrollment to two decimal places without rounding. Calculated FTE reported here should also not be reported on Form A Part 1 lines 19-54.

 

(ENTRY 76) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the total number of nonresident students included at Entries 1 through 4 of FORM A, actual column.

 

(ENTRY 76) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the total number of nonresident students included at Entries 1 through 4 of FORM A, projected column.

 

(ENTRY 77) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in another public school district as of the date in late October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the educating district.

 

(ENTRY 77) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the number of resident students of this school district anticipated to be enrolled full-time in another public school district as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the educating district.

 

(ENTRY 78) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident students attending nonpublic schools both within and outside this school district as of the date in late October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date whose tuition is paid by parents or by other private support. This number is the unduplicated student count submitted by the nonpublic schools to the IRS Office (Information & Reporting Services).

 

(ENTRY 78) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated number of resident students attending nonpublic schools both within and outside this school district as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS Enrollment Date whose tuition is paid by parents or by other private support.

 

(ENTRY 79a) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident students with disabilities of this school district enrolled full-time at a BOCES as of the date in late October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the BOCES.

 

(ENTRY 79a) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated number of resident students with disabilities of this school district enrolled full-time at a BOCES as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the BOCES.

 

(ENTRY 79b) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in general education programs at a BOCES including resident students enrolled full time at the Tech Valley High School as of the date in October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the BOCES.

 

(ENTRY 79b) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in general education programs at a BOCES including resident students enrolled full time at Tech Valley High School as of the date in October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS enrollment date for whom this district is paying tuition to the BOCES.

 

(ENTRY 80) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in an approved private school for students with disabilities or in a special act school district (4405 students - private) as of the date in late October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the private school or to the Special Act school district.

 

(ENTRY 80) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in an approved private school for students with disabilities or in a Special Act school district (4405 students - private) as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the private school or to the Special Act school district.

 

(ENTRY 81) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in the State operated schools for the blind at Rome or for the deaf at Batavia (4405 - Rome and Batavia) as of the date in late October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the State.

 

(ENTRY 81) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated number of resident students of this school district enrolled full-time in the State operated schools for the blind at Rome or for the deaf at Batavia (4405 - Rome and Batavia) as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS Enrollment Date for whom this district is paying tuition to the State.

 

(ENTRY 82) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

A value has already been entered here by the State Education Department which represents the number of resident and nonresident students attending nonpublic schools in this school district as of the date in late October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date whose tuition is paid by parents or by other private support. This number is the unduplicated student count submitted by the nonpublic schools to the IRS Office (Information & Reporting Services).

 

(ENTRY 82) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the estimated number of resident and nonresident students attending nonpublic schools in this school district as of the date in late October which is designated as the 2017 BEDS Enrollment Date whose tuition is paid by parents or by other private support.

 

(ENTRY 83) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the number of students under the age of 21 who are not on a regular day school register but as of the date in October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date were will be enrolled in alternative programs leading to a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma either in a school of the district or in a BOCES program. Do not include students who are claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) or nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to subdivision 8 of such section. If a value is entered here, you must claim equivalent attendance hours at Entries 14 and/or 15, unless you receive BOCES Aid for these students.

 

(ENTRY 83) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the number of students under the age of 21 who are not on a regular day school register but as of the date in October which was designated as the 2016 BEDS Enrollment Date were will be enrolled in alternative programs leading to a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma either in a school of the district or in a BOCES program. Do not include students who are claimed for Incarcerated Youth Aid pursuant to Education Law 3602(13) or nonresident homeless or runaway homeless students eligible for aid pursuant to subdivision 8 of such section. If a value is entered here, you must claim equivalent attendance hours at Entries 14 and/or 15, unless you receive BOCES Aid for these students.

 

(ENTRY 84b) ACTUAL

Enter the total number of resident four-year olds in the district receiving preschool special education services during 2016-17 pursuant to Section 4410 of the Education Law for four hours or more per day.

 

(ENTRY 84b) PROJECTED

Enter the total number of resident four-year olds in the district receiving preschool special education services during 2017-18 pursuant to Section 4410 of the Education Law for four hours or more per day. Projected 2017-18 data for resident 4 year olds reported here is used to determine maximum Universal PreKindergarten Grants.

 

(ENTRY 84c)

Not used.

 

(ENTRY 85)

Not used.

 

(ENTRY 86) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

For districts other than New York City. The number of students enrolled in the Fall 2016 in Kindergarten through grade 12 receiving homebound/hospitalized instruction from staff employed by or paid for by the district as reported to BEDS in the fall of 2016 has been pre-filled by SED.

 

(ENTRY 86) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

For districts other than New York City. Enter the estimated number of students to be enrolled in the Fall 2017 in Kindergarten through grade 12 who will not be present in school and will be expected to receive homebound/hospitalized instruction from staff employed by or paid for by the district. These students should not be reported as enrolled on Form A lines 1a through 4.

 

(ENTRY 87) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Enter the number of Fall 2016 students enrolled in kindergarten through grade six (Entry 87a) and grades seven through twelve (Entry 87b) receiving home instruction from staff employed by New York City.

 

(ENTRY 87) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Enter the number of Fall 2017 students enrolled in kindergarten through grade six (Entry 87a) and grades seven through twelve (Entry 87b) receiving home instruction from staff employed by New York City.

 

(ENTRY 88) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of a BOCES. Enter the total expenditures from the General Fund during the 2016-17 school year for approved computer administration services including computer hardware and software with school district managerial applications which are not eligible for funding through Instructional Computer Hardware and Technology Equipment Aid, Computer Software Aid or Student Information Systems Aid. (Used to calculate Computer Administration Aid for the Big Five City School Districts.)

 

(ENTRY 88) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Big Five City School Districts  and districts that are not components of a BOCES. Enter the total 2016-17 General Fund appropriation for approved computer administration services including computer hardware and software with school district managerial applications which are not eligible for funding through Instructional Computer Hardware and Technology Equipment Aid, Computer Software Aid or Student Information Systems Aid.

 

(ENTRY 89) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of a BOCES:  Enter the administrative costs included in the total 2016-17 expenditures reported on Form A line #88a. Pursuant to NYCRR 175.17 (b) (4) administrative costs up to a maximum of five percent of the costs of all other approvable computer services are aidable. (Used to calculate Computer Administration Aid for the Big Five City school districts and school districts that are not components of a BOCES.)

 

(ENTRY 89) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of a BOCES:  Enter the administrative costs included in the total 2017-18 General Fund appropriations reported on Form A line #88 a. Pursuant to NYCRR 175.17 (b) (4) administrative costs up to a maximum of five percent of the costs of all other approvable computer services are aidable.

 

(ENTRY 90) ACTUAL [0 decimals]

Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of a BOCES Only:  Enter the total expenditures from the General Fund during the 2016-17 school year for occupational education programs provided to students in grades 10 through 12 who were enrolled in occupational education sequences in trade, industrial, technical, agricultural, health or business and marketing. (Used as a comparison base for the projection, line #90.)

 

(ENTRY 90) PROJECTED [0 decimals]

Big Five City School Districts and districts that are not components of a BOCES Only:  Enter the total estimated expenditures from the General Fund during the 2017-18 school year for occupational education programs provided to students in grades 10 through 12 who were enrolled in occupational education sequences in trade, industrial, technical, agricultural, health or business and marketing.

 

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