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					PUBLIC EDUCATION INFORMATION MANAGE
SYSTEM (PEIMS)
 PEIMS General Session – September 2012

 Olga Garcia, Coordinator of PEIMS/Application Support

 Mike Rangel, Lead Programmer System Analyst

 Dalia Garcia, Programmer System Analyst

 Sulema Briones, Adm. Software Resource Specialist

 Harlingen CISD
PURPOSE
 PEIMS Data is used for:
      TEA Standard Reports
      AEIS (Academic Excellence Indicate System Accountability System)
      Accountability System
      TEA Data Resources & Research
      Texas Student Data System (TSDS)
SUBMISSIONS
 Fall - Student Data & Finance Budget
    Student accountability group
 Mid Year – District’s Actual expenditures
 Summer – Attendance, Course Completion, Contact Hours for CATE
  and Special Education, Discipline
 Extended Year – Summer Programs (Bilingual, Special Education, Dual
  Credit)
DISTRICT’S RESPONSIBILITY
      To submit current, complete, and accurate data
      Validate and edit the data
      Correct and process data in a timely manner
      Submit a ‘fatal-free’ file to TEA on or before the required due
       date
      Requires Superintendent’s signature -approves accuracy and
       authenticity of data
STUDENT INFORMATION
      Basic Demographic Information
      Graduates & Leavers
      Special Programs Participation
          Bilingual/ESL
          Migrant
          CATE
          Special Education
          Title 1
      Course Completion (1st – 12th grade)
      Attendance
      Discipline
      Summer Programs Participation
STAFF INFORMATION

  Basic Demographic Information
  Employment - Days & Percent
  Salary Amounts
  Salary Funding Source
  Staff Responsibilities
  Contractual Instructional Services
NEW FOR 2012-2013
  Report Student’s Legal Name on Birth Certificate or most legal
   document
  Homeless Status Code
     HOMELESS-STATUS-CODE is to be used by all districts for
      reporting whether or not a student is homeless and, if homeless,
      what their primary nighttime residence is at the time of
      identification.
       Four categories of Homeless Status:
       Shelters, Doubled-Up, Unsheltered, Motels/Hotels
NEW FOR 2012-2013
   Behavior Location Code
          Behavior Location Code indicates where a student
           committed an applicable offense that is enumerated in
           Texas Education Code 37.006 or 37.007. (On/off campus,
           school related activities, etc…).
NEW FOR 2012-2013
 Unaccompanied Youth Status Code
    UNACCOMPANIED-YOUTH-STATUS-CODE is limited to homeless students who
     are less than 21 years of age on September 1, or eligible special education students
     who are less than 22 on September 1.
        If a homeless student is unaccompanied, but later that school year becomes
         accompanied, this status code should not be changed and should still indicate
         that the student had been unaccompanied.
    TEA’s FAQ document will be posted on local website
NEW FOR 2012-2013
 EARLY-READING-INDICATOR-CODEs

   The EARLY-READING-INDICATOR-CODEs 1, 2 and 3 only apply to
    students in grades KG, 01, and 02. Students enrolled in all other
    grade levels should be reported with a blank.

   For Submission 1: report grade level reading status based on the
    Beginning of Year assessment results.

   For Submission 3: report grade level reading status based on the
    latest assessment results available for the student.
NEW 2012-2013
 Student Restraint Data
    School staff persons performing student restraints are divided into two
     categories:
     1) LEA employees or volunteers, and
     2) LEA police officers or school resource officers (SRO).
    LEA employees are not law enforcement personnel. Student restraints
     performed by these staff are only reported if the student was a special
     education student at the time of the restraint event. Do not report non-
     special education student restraints performed by LEA employees or
     volunteers.
NEW FOR 2012-2013

 DUAL-CREDIT-INDICATOR-CODE
   Advanced Placement courses reported on the 415 Course Completion
    record cannot be reported as dual credit unless the course has been
    approved as an AP® course by the College Board through the AP®
    Course Audit. A College Board-approved AP® course must adhere to the
    AP® course descriptions and be approved through the AP® Course Audit.
    This means the college instructor must have submitted his/her course
    syllabus and have received approval in advance.
ORGANIZATION INFORMATION

  Budget Amounts
  Actual Expenses
  Campuses
  Shared Arrangements Services
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  PID – Person Identification Database for Students and Staff
  PET – PID Enrollment Tracking
      Student enrollments and withdrawals
      File submitted weekly by R & E
  TREx – Texas Records Exchange System
      Electronic data transfers to other schools
      Fill requests within 10 days
HOW CAN WE HELP?

  Answer PEIMS questions
  Provide training for campus staff
  Review PEIMS reports
  IDs Search for Students to help reduce leavers
  TEA PEIMS Website
      http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/peims
GO TEAM GO

    Research & Evaluation Department
    PEIMS 427.3488
    helpdesk@hcisd.org

				
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