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EMIS Newsflash – November 21, 2016


ODE ITC EMIS Trainings for November/December 2016
Dates and times for the November/December ODE ITC EMIS Trainings for district and ITC EMIS staff have been set. Delivery is via Skype for Business and Conference Call.
Prior registration is required. The November/December trainings will be offered on five different dates/times. The five trainings will include an overview of the federal child count report, a recap of the CCP module and processes, and an introduction of the new graduation reports for students in the 2018 graduation cohort. Registrants will be able to select a date that best fits their schedule at the time of registration, as long as space is available. Capacity is 150 registrants per session.
For those who participate as a group (e.g., as/at an ITC), please note that only one person from the group will need to register in STARS. Acknowledgment of attendance will be based on sign-in sheets from the ITCs.
Registration is now available in the STARS application.
A SAFE account and completion of the STARS User Profile are required in order to register. Search for keyword “EMIS” within the STARS application to locate the trainings. A Skype meeting invitation will be emailed to each registrant. The email invitation will include full instructions for participating in the session, as well as any handouts.
For additional information on using STARS, please click here.
November/December ITC EMIS Training (Federal Child Count Report Overview, CCP Recap, New Graduation Reports).  Note that all five of these are the same training. Please register for only one session.
Date Time Registration Deadline (5 p.m.)
Monday, 11/28/16 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 11/27/16
Tuesday, 11/29/16 1:00 – 3:00 pm 11/28/16
Thursday, 12/1/16 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 11/30/16
Friday, 12/2/16 1:00 – 3:00 pm 12/1/16
Monday, 12/5/16 1:00 – 3:00 pm 12/2/16
New graduation Q&A document available for chartered nonpublic high schools
This message was sent out in EdConnection earlier today.
Based on questions submitted during a recent webcast, the Ohio Department of Education published a new Q&A document for principals and school leaders of chartered nonpublic high schools. This document covers information on the graduation pathways for students. The Q&A document is available here. Access additional chartered nonpublic school information here and watch the webcast recording for additional guidance.