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504 Plan

504 Plan Flag

A Go To Index

Abbr

Abbreviation

Abs

Absences

Abs Unexc Number Days

Unexcused Absences - count of days

Abs Unver Number Days

Unverified Absences - count of days

Achiev

Achievement

Acntabl

Accountable

Age Y-M

Age
Element Values:

  • Y = Year
  • M = Month
AIP

Academic Improvement Plan (see PMP)

Alt Plcmnt

Alternate Placement

Alt Plcmnt Lieu of
Expul Number

Number of Alternative Placements in Lieu of Expulsion

Alt Plcmnt Number

Number of Alternative Placements

Alt Plcmnt Pnding Expul Number

Number of Alternative Placements Pending Expulsions

Area

School Area
Element Values:

  • AE = Alternative Education
  • DC = Central Area Schools
  • DN = North Area Schools
  • DS - South Area Schools
  • DW = West Area Schools
Assmt

Assessment

Asst

Assistance

Avg

Average

AYP

Adequate Yearly Progress

B Go To Index

Behav

Behavior

Bldg

Building

C Go To Index

CASAS

Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System

Cat

Category

City

City

Class Rank

Class Rank

Cndct

Conduct

Cntry Birth

Country of Birth

Cntry Code

Country Code

Cntry Name

Country Name

Comnt

Comment

Comnt EOY

End of Year Comment

Conf

Conference

Crse

Course

CSA

Concurrency Service Area

CSV

Comma Separated Values - file format suitable for use with Excel and Access

Curr

Curriculum

Currnt

Current

D Go To Index

Descrip

Description

Dev

Developmental

Diag

Diagnostic (SSS Diagnostic Test)
Test Types:

  • Mathematics Strands -

    • Alg = Algebraic Thinking

    • Data Anly = Data Analysis and Probability

    • Geo = Geometry and Spatial Sense

    • Meas = Measurement

    • Number Sense = Number Sense, Concepts and Operations

  • Reading Clusters -

    • Comp = Comparison - Cause and Effect

    • Main Idea = Main Idea, Plot and Author's Purpose

    • Ref Res = Reference and Research

    • Word Phr = Words and Phrases in Context

  • Science -

    • Phys Chem = Physical and Chemical Sciences

    • Earth Space = Earth and Space Sciences

    • Life Enviro = Life and Environmental Sciences

    • Sci Think = Scientific Thinking

Differentiated Accountability

Replaces AAA
Element Values:

  • C-I = Correct Tier I

  • C-II = Correct Tier II

  • P-I = Prevent Tier I

  • P-II = Prevent Tier II

  • INT = Intervene

DOB

Date of Birth

Dscpln

Discipline

Dscpln Bus Susp Count

Number of Bus Suspensions

E Go To Index

ECD

Economically disadvantaged students, also known as FRL

EDW

Educational Data Warehouse

ELDC

English Language Development Continuum
Levels:

  • Oral Proficiency:

    • B = Beginning

    • L = Low Intermediate

    • H = High Intermediate

    • P = Proficient

  • Literacy Proficiency Levels:

    • 1 = Little to limited ability

    • 2 = Limited to moderate ability

    • 3 = Extensive ability

    • 4 = On grade level

Elect

Elective

Elig

Eligibility

ELL

English Language Learner
Element Values:

  • LF = Former ELL student, being monitored

  • LP = Pending Test Results

  • LY = ELL student (sheltered or support) currently receiving ESOL services

  • LZ = Former LF student who has been monitored for 2 years and meets all criteria for being mainstreamed into the regular academic program. This student is no longer an ELL student.

  • ZZ = Not Limited English Proficient

EOY

End of Year

Equiv

Equivalent

ESE

Exceptional Student Education
Element Values:

  • A = EMH - Educable Mentally Handicapped

  • B = TMH - Trainable Mentally Handicapped

  • C = OI - Orthopedically Impaired

  • D = OT - Occupational Therapy

  • E = PT - Physical Therapy

  • F = SPEECH - Speech Impaired

  • G = LANGUAGE - Language Impaired

  • H = DH - Deaf or Hard of Hearing

  • I = VI - Visually Impaired

  • J = EH - Emotionally Handicapped

  • K = SLD - Specific Learning Disabled

  • L = GIFTED - Gifted

  • M = HH - Hospital/Homebound

  • N = PMH - Profoundly Mentally Handicapped

  • O = DSI - Dual-Sensory Impaired

  • P = AUTISTIC - Autistic

  • Q = SED - Severely Emotionally Disturbed

  • S = TBI - Traumatic Brain Injured

  • T = DD - Developmentally Delayed

  • U = EC - Established Conditions

  • V = OHI - Other Health Impaired

  • W = ID - Intellectual Disability

  • Z = No Ese Noted

ESOL

English for Speakers of other Languages (See ELL)

Ethnicity Codes

See Race/Ethnic for element values

Eval

Evaluation

Exc

Excused

Except

Exceptionality

Expul

Expulsion

Ext

Extension

F Go To Index

FCAT
Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test
Test Types:
  • Mathematics -
    FCAT 2.0 Levels and Developmental Score Ranges, by Grade
    Grade Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
    3 140-182 183-197 198-213 214-228 229-260
    4 155-196 197-209 210-223 224-239 240-271
    5 163-204 205-219 220-233 234-246 247-279
    6 170-212 213-226 227-239 240-252 253-284
    7 179-219 220-233 234-247 248-260 261-292
    8 187-228 229-240 241-255 256-267 268-298

 

  • Reading -
    FCAT 2.0 Levels and Developmental Score Ranges, by Grade
    Grade Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
    3 140-181 182-197 198-209 210-226 227-260
    4 154-191 192-207 208-220 221-237 238-269
    5 161-199 200-215 216-229 230-245 246-277
    6 167-206 207-221 222-236 237-251 252-283
    7 171-212 213-227 228-242 243-257 258-289
    8 175-217 218-234 235-248 249-263 264-296
    9 178-221 222-239 240-252 253-267 268-302
    10 844-1851 228-244 245-255 256-270 271-302

 

  • FCAT Writing Performance Level -
    Element Values:
    • PR = Potential retention/mandatory remediation (Scores 0.0 thru 1.0)
    • MR = Mandatory remediation (Scores 1.5 thru 2.0)
    • CM = Closely monitored achievement (Score of 2.5)
    • AA = Adequate achievement (Score of 3.0 or higher)
FCAT 2.0

The FCAT 2.0 measures student achievement of the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.

Fincl

Financial

First

First Name

FISH

Florida Inventory of School Houses

FL

Florida

F-R Lunch
Free - Reduced Lunch
Element Values:

  • N or blank = Not Free - Reduced Lunch
  • Y = Free - Reduced Lunch
FTE

Full time equivalent

FRL

Free - Reduced Lunch

Functn

Functional

G Go To Index

Gender

Gender
Element Values:

  • F = Female

  • M = Male

GPA

Grade Point Average

GPA Cum

Grade Point Average - Cumulative

Grades

Grades
Score Types:

  • Elementary -

    • Marking Codes:

      • A = Outstanding

      • B = Very satisfactory

      • C = Satisfactory

      • D = Needs improvement

      • F = At risk

    • Performance Codes:

      • 1 = More than a year below grade level

      • 2 = Less than a year below grade level

      • 3 = On or above grade level

  • Secondary -

    • Marking Codes:

      • A = 90-100

      • B = 80-89

      • C = 70-79

      • D = 60-69

      • E = Exempt

      • F = 59 and below

      • I = Incomplete

      • M = Missing

      • N = No Grade

    • Conduct Codes:

      • 1 = Behavior Detrimental to Own Learning and Learning of Others

      • 2 = Behavior Detrimental to Own Learning

      • 3 = Behavior Generally Supportive to Learning

      • 4 = Behavior Very Constructive to Learning

Grd

Grade

H Go To Index

HMRM

Homeroom

Holis

Holistic

HPA Cum

Honors Grade Point Average - Cumulative

I Go To Index

IM

Instructional Mode
Element Values:

  • D = Dual Language

  • K = Sheltered Student - Based on LEP Committee Recommendation

  • M = Non-sheltered Student - Based on Current Category (LEP Plan)

  • O = Non-sheltered student - Based on LEP Committee Recommendation

  • S = Sheltered Student - Based on Current Category (LEP Plan)

Indic

Indicator

Init

Initials

Intensive Courses

Intensive Courses
Course List:

  • Language Arts Courses -

    • 1000000 M/J Intens LA (MC)

    • 1000400 Intensive Lang Arts

  • Reading Courses -

    • 1000010 M/J Intens Read (MC)

    • 1000410 Intensive Reading

    • 1002180 M/J Dev LA Thru ESOL

    • 1002380 Dev LA Thru ESOL

  • Mathematics Courses -

    • 1200400 Intensive Math

    • 1204000 M/J Intens Math (MC)

ISS

In-School Suspensions

L Go To Index

Lang

Language

LEP

Limited English Proficiency (see ELL)

LMH

Low, Middle and High Thirds (as determined by state)
Element Values:

  • L = Scored in the lowest third in a specific content area

  • M = Scored in the middle third in a specific content area

  • H = Scored in the highest third in a specific content area

LNCE

Local Normal Curve Equivalent

Low 25

Lowest 25 percent
Element Values:

  • R = Reading lowest 25 percent

  • M = Math lowest 25 percent

  • B = Both reading and math lowest 25 percent

Lvl

Level

M Go To Index

Mark

Marking (Code) - See Grades for element values

MI

Middle Initial

Middle

Middle Name

Mstr

Master

Mstr Sched Adult Spcl Init

Adult Special Initiatives

Mstr Sched Attend Indic

Attendance Indicator

N Go To Index

NCE

Normal Curve Equivalent

NCLB

No Child Left Behind Act

NGSSS

Next Generation Sunshine State Standards

NRT

Norm-Referenced Tests (NRT)

O Go To Index

OCPs

Occupational Completion Points

OSS

Out-of-School Suspension

P Go To Index

P Lang

Parent Language

PE

Physical Education

Per

Period

Pgm

Program

Phonem Blend

Phonemic Blending

Plcmnt

Placement

PLvl

Predicted Level

PMP

Progress Monitoring Plan
Element Values:

  • Mathematics

  • Reading

  • Science

  • Writing

Pres Number Days

Number of Days Present

Primary ESE

Primary Exceptional Student Education - See ESE for element values

Promo

Promotion

P/R

Promotion - Retention Last Year
Element Values:

  • A = Administratively placed (used in conjunction with the PF field on A07 in TERMS)

  • D = Students with disabilities opting to remain in school

  • N = Not enrolled in the District at the end of the year, or designates end of summer session

  • P = Promoted

  • R = Retained

  • Z = Not applicable

R Go To Index

Race Ethnic

Ethnicity
Element Values:

  • A = Asian

  • B = Black

  • H = Hispanic

  • I = American Indian - Alaskan Native

  • M = Multi-racial

  • W = White

Read

Reading

Reading Fluency

Fluency
Element Values:

  • F = The student has been determined to be fluent in reading through use of district assessment(s)

  • D = The student has been determined to be disfluent in reading through use of district assessment(s)

  • Z = Not applicabale for PK-05 students or score above level 2

Reading Intervention

Intervention
Element Values:

  • 1 = Tier 1 targeted for reading intervention

  • 2 = Tier 2 targeted for reading intervention

Reappt

Reappointment

ReClass

Reclassification

Recog

Recognition

Relatd

Related

Retain

Retention

R/E

Ethnicity

Retain Last Year

Promotion - Retention Last Year - See Promo Retain Last Year for element values

Ret Nbr

Number of Retentions

Retell

Retelling

RRR

Reading Running Record
Score Types:

  • Basic Sound Recognition

  • Exposition

  • Narrative

  • Phonetic Blending

  • Phonetic Segmentation

  • Retell Holistic

  • Word Recognition

RWMS

Reading, Writing, Math, Science (Codes for PMP)

S Go To Index

SAC

Study Area Code

SAI

Supplemental Academic Improvement

SAL-P

Student Assessment Literacy Project

Sched

Schedule

Schl

School

Sci

Science

Scr

Score

Sect

Section

Sem

Semester

SocStu

Social Studies

Spcl

Special

SRI
Scholastic Reading Inventory
Score Type:

  • Lexile - Range from 0 to 1800
SSS

Sunshine State Standards

Sta9

Stanine

Stat

Status

Std

Standard

Stdt

Student

Sub Pgm

Sub-Program

Subj

Subject

Susp

Suspensions

SWD

Students with Disabilities (See ESE)

T Go To Index

TABE

Total Battery Grade Equivalent

U Go To Index

Unexc

Unexcused

Unver

Unverified

V Go To Index

Voc

Vocational

W Go To Index

Wks

Weeks

Writng

Writing

Z Go To Index

Zip

Zip Code