The MSIP5 Attendance Requirements Report tracks yearly progress towards the 2020 goal of 90% of students at 90% attendance. Based on the selected school and year, this report will take attendance data from the selected year and two previous years at the selected school to determine MISP5 status and progress points. This report can be run at the school or district level.
Selection criteria determine which database records are used in the report. Refer to selection criteria for analysis when the report does not return the correct records.
The report selects records from the [Students]and [ReEnrollments]tables based on the following criteria:
- The student’s school must not be excluded from state reporting.
- The student must have a school enrollment at the school included in the report.
- The student’s school exit date must occur on or after the report start date.
- The student’s school entry date must occur on or before the report end date.
- The student’s school exit date must occur on or after the entry date.
For help with navigation and running the report, see How to Find and Generate a Report.
|Include Virtual Attendance
|Select yes to include virtual attendance numbers in the report or no to exclude them.
Each of the fields displayed in the output of the report are described below. See Understanding the Report Output Table for a definition of each column in the table.
Number of Students Attending 90% of time
|The number of students each year who attended 90% of the time or more.
|The total number of students enrolled in each year.
|Percent Attending 90% of Time
|The percentage of students with 90% attendance.
The average of the Percent Attending 90% of Time over all three years.
Use the Status Measure table below to determine the Status Points Earned based on this average.
|Year 1 & 2 Average
|The average of the Percent Attending 90% of Time over Year 1 and Year 2.
|Year 2 & 3 Average
|The average of the Percent Attending 90% of Time over Year 2 and Year 3.
The difference between the Year 2 & 3 Average and the Year 1 & 2 Average.
Use the Progress Measure table below to determine the Progress Points Earned based on this difference.