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DASL (Student Information) Update
The DASL team is already seeing a trend where school districts are changing their 20/21 Calendar Start Date and other dates throughout the year to accommodate a later start to the school year. This is just a reminder that those changes should be completed through the Calendar Dates Wizard page. In addition, your sub-calendars, EMIS Exceptions, and Course Section Assignment Dates should be reviewed as well when making changes. The team can make any changes for you if you submit the request to studenthelp[at]neonet[dot]org
Additionally, we know many schools are announcing their return to school plans. These plans may cause you to re-evaluate scheduling students, tracking attendance on students, coding students, health tracking on students and more. The team is actively engaging in statewide ITC and ODE meetings so we can present ideas on how to use the software efficiently. Be on the lookout for tips, tricks and innovative ways we will be sharing to help you ease into probably the wildest back to school we have ever experienced!
Lastly, at the end of business day on July 17, 2020, DASL will be defaulted to 20/21 school year. Upon logging into DASL you will now be placed in that school year, Ad Hoc Reports will default to that school year, and any Third Party extracts will be pulling the 20/21 data.
FY21 Collections open in July
FY21 Initial Calendar- July 2,202 – September 30, 2020 – Reminder to update exceptions for FY21.
FY21 Student Cross Reference – July 5, 202 – July 14, 2021
Many FY20 collections will be closing early August.
Grad Cohort Level 2 Reports and Grad Issue reports now available with the FY20G Graduation Collection scheduled to be open until October 16, 2020
Reminder: Diploma Date Element Clarification
To count in the FY20 graduation rate, a student’s Diploma Date must be prior to the earliest first day of school being reported on a district’s FY21 calendars. Given the ordered school building closure this spring, many districts are planning delayed ceremonies that will ultimately take place after the earliest first day of school for the coming school year.
The Diploma Date reported should be the date that students completed graduation requirements and finished formal secondary education. In the vast majority of cases, that will be the last day of school for seniors in a given district.
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Reminder: EMIS updates related to COVID-19