Effective: November 20, 2006
Revised: June 28, 2007
|1.||Record Type:||I01 -||Items 1-39a, 44, 50-55, and 58-68 are valid for interdistrict record and Bright Futures record transfer.|
Items 1-12, 16-17, 19d-19h, 21, 23-30, 33-35, 39-55, 57, 58-68 are valid for transcripts and Bright Futures record transfer.
|2.||Transfer one record per student.|
|3.||The presence of LOW-VALUES in data fields causes significant problems for several institutions in the receipt of student records. A transaction will be rejected if non-displayable characters are sent in the data unless found in Filler Reserved for Local Use. Please use some other appropriate character (e.g., SPACES) with which to initialize your records before sending them.|
|4.||Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) next to the field name.|
|5.||Special characters, tilde (~), caret (^), and grave accent (`), are used as delimiters in the translation of FASTER to SPEEDE/ExPRESS. They are reserved symbols and as such cannot be included in data sent through FASTER to a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution.|
|6.||Item 60, position 967-967, is now a filler position. Participation in Special Education Prior to Kindergarten Entry has been removed.|
|7.||Added code V to Program Participation Prior to Kindergarten .|
Effective: November 20, 2006
Record Size: 1020
The header for the record for this transaction
If the student has a social security number and provides this number to the school district, the Student Number Identifier, Florida, will have the following format:
If a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution does not provide a valid social security number or high school student number identifier, the value will be "999999999G".
If the student does not provide a Social Security Number to the school district, the school district will assign a Student Number Identifier, Florida, to the student, formatted as follows:
Number, Current Enrollment*
The two digit number for the current school district in which the student is officially enrolled for graduation (see District Name Table, Appendix A), or zero in the case of a postsecondary or SPEEDE/ExPRESS sending institution
The state assigned four digit school number in which the student is officially enrolled for graduation
A ten character code used to identify the last Student Number Identifier, Florida. The number will be reported to the state and will be used to create a history file to enable the state to do longitudinal studies.
If the student's last Student Number Identifier, Florida, was a social security number, the student's Student Number Alias, Florida, will have the following format:
If the student's last Student Number Identifier, Florida, was not a social security number, the student's Student Number Alias, Florida, will have the format of the Student Number Identifier, Florida, as it existed prior to July 1, 1991, as follows:
This is a Fixed Field as follows:
|79-88||10||Middle/Maiden Name or Initial|
Racial/ethnic group to which the student belongs or with which the student identifies:
|14||98-108||11||A/N||MSRTS Student Record Number
Unique student identification assigned by the federal Migrant Student Record Transfer System (the first eight characters are numeric and the last three are consonants (that is, not A, E, I, O, or U).
|14a||109-109||1||A/N||Migrant Status Term
Migrant Status Term codes are to be used to indicate which terms(s) a migrant student was served and/or identified.
The student's current grade level placement or the grade level for which data are being reported:
(Grade level codes, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22 & 24 are valid through June 30, 1988)
If a student is in an ungraded setting, assign the student to the grade in which he or she would normally be enrolled.
|17||115-115||1||A/N||Tech Prep Participant
Indicate whether the student participated, during the current reporting year (secondary) or term (postsecondary), in Tech Prep.
Exceptional Student Education Performance Standards Mastered for
Graduation Purposes, Date
The month, day and year the exceptional student mastered the Minimum Student Performance Standards required for a Special Diploma. The date is the date the student completes all requirements.
Arrival Date (QAD) for Migrant Program Eligibility
The date a child arrives in a new state or school district as the result of a move which establishes eligibility under federal guidelines.
Date when the child entered a particular school district or local operating agency service area and established his/her residency (required for a state to receive funding for the student).
Indicates the student's National Merit Scholar status.
Indicates the student's National Achievement Scholar status.
|19f||149-154||6||A/N||Communications, Date Passed for Graduation Purposes
A six-digit field used to indicate the month and year when the regular student passed the communications section of a test used to determine graduation eligibility.
Mathematics, Date Passed for Graduation Purposes
A six-digit field used to indicate the month and year when the regular student passed the mathematics section of a test used to determine graduation eligibility.
|19h||161-161||1||A/N||National Hispanic Scholar
Indicates the student's National Hispanic Scholar status.
The student's mailing address as follows:
|215-239||25||Street number and name, P.O. Box, or route and box number.|
|240-249||10||Apartment number, building number, etc.|
|250-269||20||City and state/territory; positions 19-20 must always be the two character state code (see Attachment 3, State Codes)|
|270-278||9||Zip code left justified.|
Each name by which the student is also known other than the legal name (up to four names; this is free form for each name).
|23||447-447||1||A/N||Birth Date Verification
A one character code which indicates the legal evidence for verifying the student's birth date as specified in Section 232.03 F.S.
|25||466-466||1||A||Parent/Guardian Code (1)
A code indicating the relationship of each person appearing in the Parent/Guardian Name Fields:
|26||467-491||25||A/N||Parent/Guardian Name (1)
The name of the parent, legal guardian, or other adult responsible for the student (last name should be first)
|27||492-492||1||A||Parent/Guardian Code (2)
Same as item 25
|28||493-517||25||A/N||Parent/Guardian Name (2)
Same as item 26
|29||518-518||1||A||Parent/Guardian Code (3)
Same as item 25
|30||519-543||25||A/N||Parent/Guardian Name (3)
Same as item 26
Examination, School Entry
Certification that a school health examination has been performed within one year prior to initial enrollment into a Florida public or non-public school as required by Section 232.0315, F.S.
|31b||545-545||1||A||Critical/Chronic Health Information - 911 Medical
Medical alert of a potentially life-threatening condition.
|31c||546-590||45||A/N/L||Critical/Chronic Health Information - 911 Medical
The name and telephone number of the school contact designated to provide critical/chronic health information - 911 medical alert information on the student.
A code which indicates whether the student was screened for hearing problems and passed the test, or was screened for hearing problems and did not pass the test.
A code which indicates whether the student was screened for vision problems and passed the test, or was screened for vision problems and did not pass the test.
The name of the school where the student is currently officially enrolled
Street, city, state, and zip code for the student's current school
|675-707||33||Address Line 1|
|708-739||32||Address Line 2|
|35||740-749||10||N||School Phone Number
The phone number of a school.
EXAMPLE: 8505551212 (850)555-1212
For PK-12, a state defined code indicating the status under which the PK-12 student withdrew from a school or district. Valid codes for PK-12 are DNE, W01-27, W3A, W3B, W6A, W6B, W8A, WFA, WFB, WFT, WFW, WGA, WGD, WPO or blanks. For adults, withdrawal reason is defined as a code which indicates that the student separated from the district/program prior to completion, or that the student received a diploma or a certificate of completion. Valid codes for adults are W28-W51, or blanks.
The calendar date on which the student actually withdrew from the current school district (this field also can be blank).
|39||769-836||68||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements
The number of credits to be earned by the student in each local subject area taken to meet local high school graduation requirements. (Two implied decimal places.)
|769-772||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - ENGLISH|
|773-776||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - MATHEMATICS|
|777-780||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - SCIENCE|
|781-784||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - AMER HISTORY|
|785-788||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - WORLD HISTORY|
|789-792||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - ECONOMICS|
|793-796||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - AMER GOVERNMENT|
|797-800||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - VOCATIONAL|
|801-804||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - PERFORM FINE ART|
|805-808||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - LIFE MGMT SKILLS|
|809-812||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - PHYSICAL ED|
|813-816||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - FOREIGN LANGUAGE|
|817-820||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - LANGUAGE ARTS|
|821-824||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - SOCIAL STUDIES|
|825-828||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - ELECTIVE|
|829-832||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - ESE|
|833-836||4||N/R||Credits Needed, Local Subject Area Requirements - COMPUTER ED|
The numerical position of the graduating high school student in the completion group based on district grade point average
The percentile rank indicating the position of the graduating high school student in the completion group (this will be based on the district grade point average)
The total number of graduating high school students in the completion group
|43||897-901||5||N||Grade Point Average District, Cumulative
The calculated numeric grade point averages for all courses completed in grades 9-12 for credit toward graduation if different from the state 4.0 Cumulative grade point average (each calculation is a locally defined item).
District Grade Point Averages may be either weighted or unweighted. The district Grade Point Average Scale used on the automated permanent record must be defined in the comment items on the Student School Year Transfer format.
|44||902-906||5||N||Grade Point Average State, Cumulative
The numeric value of the student's cumulative grade point average calculated on an unweighted 4.0 scale, if different from the Grade Point Average District Cumulative. The Grade Point Average State, Cumulative is used to determine if the student has met the state high school graduation requirements of a minimum of 24 credits and a 1.5 GPA based on a 4.0 scale. See Section 1003.43, F.S., for general requirements for high school graduation.
This grade point average will be calculated as specified in Section 1003.437, F.S., by assigning quality points of "A" = 4, "B" = 3, "C" = 2, "D" = 1, "F" = 0, "Incomplete" = 0 to the letter grades displayed on the automated permanent record ("+" and "-" signs will be ignored).
If the district's Cumulative Grade Point Average for the student is based on a different scale than the 4.0 scale noted above, the district must calculate a Grade Point Average State, Cumulative.
The Grade Point Average District, Cumulative and the Grade Point Average State, Cumulative, if different from the district's average, will be displayed on the automated permanent record and the transcript. This State Grade Point Average will be used for all state-defined functions. See Section 1003.437, F.S., for the statewide grading scale.
NOTE: GPA State, Cumulative must be reported for all students in grades 9-12 and should be reported for any students in grades 6-8 where it is applicable.
|45||907-914||8||N||Diploma Date (Graduation Date)
The date the diploma was awarded to the student or the last day of the term, if different
NOTE: Zeroes are valid in month and/or day if the sending institution is a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution.
The type of diploma awarded the student upon high school graduation.
Standard diploma awarded to students who have received a FCAT waiver, successfully completed the minimum number of academic credits as identified in Section 1003.43, F.S. and successfully completed any other requirements prescribed by the state or the local school board.
Standard diploma awarded to students who have passed the GED Tests and the Graduation Test. These Standard diplomas are to be recorded as W10 for high school students.
Effective with the 1994-95 school year, school boards may award Special Diplomas based on two (2) options.
State of Florida Diploma (GED):
|47||918-925||8||N||Certificate of Completion, Date
The month, day and year the certificate was awarded, normally the last day of the term
NOTE: Zeroes are valid in month and/or day if the sending institution is a SPEEDE/ExPRESS institution.
|48||926-928||3||A/N||Certificate of Completion, Type
The type of certificate of completion awarded to the student in lieu of a high school diploma.
|49||929-936||8||A/N||Class Rank, Effective Date
The date the student's class rank is determined.
NOTE: This field is optional and may be blank, at district discretion.
|50||937-938||2||A/N||Native Language, Student
A code which identifies the native language spoken by the student
|51||939-946||8||A/N||Limited English Proficient: Home Language Survey Date
The date that indicates completion of the Home Language Survey in accordance with Rule 6A-6.0902, FAC.
A two character code which identifies the country of birth of the student (see Attachment 2-Foreign Country Codes)
NOTE: Code ZZ is valid only for grade levels 30 and 31.
|53||949-950||2||A/N||Parent/Guardian Primary Home Language
This is a two character code indicating the primary home language of the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the student. Record the code representing the predominant language spoken in the home by the parent(s) or guardian(s). Refer to Attachment 1 for a list of Language Codes.
A code representing the criterion under which the student is graduating. If the student is not graduating based on Florida standards then the State Code (Attachment 3) or the Foreign Country Code (Attachment 2) should be used. Use 'EX' if the student is graduating under Florida's Exceptional Education Program.
The numeric representation of the date on which the student was born.
A code representing the resident status of the student for purposes of enrollment as defined in Section 228.121(2), F.S.
|57||962-964||3||N/R||Community Service Hours
The number of hours of Community Service the student has earned toward Social Studies and/or elective credit for graduation, as provided in Section 232.246(1),F.S.
Family Literacy Program
A code which indicates whether or not the child birth through age seven and their family are participating in the Even Start Family Literacy Program.
Start Program Participation
A code which indicates whether or not the child birth through age three and their family are participating in the Florida First Start Program.
A code which indicates whether or not the student with a disability received special and related services as specified on an Individual Education Plan or a Family Support Plan prior to kindergarten entry. Services may have been provided in a school district or a community-based program.
NOTE: This element is to be used for reporting Program Participation in Special Education Prior to Kindergarten Entry for all students with disabilities in grades kindergarten through three (KG-3).
|61||968-968||1||A/N||Program Participation Prior to Kindergarten
A code which indicates the program in which a preschool age student is currently participating or a kindergarten student participated in the year prior to kindergarten entry. When the student participates/participated in more than one program, the program which is/was the primary funding source is to be recorded.
A one-character code which indicates that the diploma earned by the student is distinguished in a particular way as defined within the district.
A code which indicates that the diploma earned by the student is an International Baccalaureate Diploma.
|64||971-971||1||A/N||College Ready Diploma
A code which indicates that the diploma earned by the student is a College Ready Diploma as defined in Section 6 of HB 1545 which creates Section 232.2466 of the Florida Statutes.
International Certificate Program
A code which indicates that the student completed the Advanced International Certificate Program.
Service Requirement Met
A code which indicates that the student has met the requirement for Community Service within the district.
A one-character code indicating if the student has matriculated in a college or university full time instead of completing high school studies.
|68||975-975||1||A/N||Additional School Year Student
A code to indicate that the student being reported has accepted a Certificate of Completion, but has returned to school during an additional school year beyond Grade Level 12 for the purpose of completing graduation requirements in order to be awarded a diploma.
|69||976-976||1||A/N||Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma
A code which indicates that the diploma earned by the student is an Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma.
|71||1012-1020||9||A/N||Filler Reserved for Local Use|
Attachment 1 - Language Codes
Attachment 2 - Foreign Country Codes
Attachment 3 - State Codes