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Part Time Instructional Minutes: Pupil Count Pilot Program

Part Time Instructional Minutes for Pupil Count for Membership: School Finance

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PILOT YEAR (2022-23 SY)

SELECT LEAs and SIS VENDOR PARTICIPANTS ONLY

Wisconsin School Finance Portal (WiSFiP) - Pilot Project for 2022-23 SY

Part Time Instructional Minutes are collected for students who are primarily attending private school, or who are primarily homeschooled, but are attending either the resident, or a nonresident district, part time for up to 2 courses. One example could refer to a home based private schooled (homeschooled) student who is taking art and gym classes from their local public school.

 

USES: Part Time Instructional Minutes are used to determine accountability reporting for funding.

FAQs, Details, and Points to Note

1. Primarily Homeschooled Students: Students who are primarily enrolled in home based private education (homeschool) settings are eligible for State aid up to a maximum of two courses per day from either a public school in their resident or nonresident district for grades K-12.

a. Homeschool Student Attending their Resident District: Resident district should:

  • Submit the enrollment record for the student
  • Add up the instructional minutes of each class. For example, class 1 - 30 min; class 2 - 30 min >> Instructional hours = 30+30=60 minutes
  • Enrollment Type for this situation would be ( C ) Coursework
  • Residency Status for these students would be (R - HOME)

b. Homeschool Student Attending a Nonresident District: Nonresident (attending) district should:

  • Submit the enrollment record for the student
  • Add up the instructional minutes of each class. For example, class 1 - 30 min; class 2 - 30 min >> Instructional hours = 30+30=60 minutes
  • Enrollment Type for this situation would be ( C ) Coursework
  • Residency Status for these students would be (NR - HOME)

c. Homeschool Student Attending a Private School:

  • Enrollment Type for this situation would be ( C ) Coursework
  • FTE = < 1.0

2. Primarily Private Schooled Students: Students primarily enrolled in a private school are eligible for State aid up to a maximum of two courses per day, however they may only attend a resident district public school in the district -AND - they must be in grade level 9-12 .The resident district should:

  • submit an enrollment record for the student
  • add up the instructional minutes of each class. For example, class 1 - 30 min; class 2 - 30 min >> Instructional hours = 30+30=60 mins
  • Enrollment Type for this situation would be ( C ) Coursework
  • Residency Status for these students would be (R - PRIVATE)

 

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