This state-mandated service is necessary for the transfer of data from public schools districts to the state data repository. It allows districts to be compliant with the demands and timelines established by the State Education Department. This service supports districts in the quest to:

  • Report data to all levels of the State Data Warehouse that is complete and accurate.
  • Assign each student a unique 10-digit NY ID allowing assessment information to be continuously linked when students move within New York State.


  • DEADLINE EXTENDED: NYSED Safety and School Climate Data

    State Reporting
  • DEADLINE: To Load 2020-21 Special Education Data Elements: VR13 and VR16

    State Reporting
  • DEADLINE: To load all 2020-21 EOY SIRS data (except Assessments & Staff Evaluation

    DEADLINE for reporting ALL 2020-21 EOY SIRS data (except Staff Evaluation): Demographics, Enrollment, ALL Program Services (including CTE), Day Calendar, Daily Attendance, SE EOY Snapshot, SE Events*, Student Class Grade Detail, Staff Snapshot, Staff Assignment, Staff Tenure and Staff Attendance. *SE Events can be submitted after the August 12, 2021 deadline; however, Demographics, Enrollment, and Program Fact data will be frozen as of this deadline.

    State Reporting
  • AP Score file for Participating Districts for the AP exams taken in Administration 3 (June 1-11) will be available to LHRIC

    State Reporting
  • Deadline: 2020-21 Certification Special Education Data Elements: VR13 and VR16 through the PD Data System

    State Reporting
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  • Updated Deadline: June 2021 Regents, June 2021 Regents Exemptions, AP and IB Data

    Posted On: 07/14/2021

     June 2021 Regents, June 2021 Regents Exemptions, AP and IB Data due to Level 1 on September 10, 10:30 AM

    State Reporting
  • New Student Level Digital Equity Data Collection – 21-22

    Posted On: 06/11/2021

    NYSED memo provides information on the new collection of student digital equity data in SIRS for public school districts, BOCES, and charter schools for the 2021-22 school year.

    - Beginning in the Fall of 2021, schools and BOCES will report data on students’ access to devices and broadband in their places of residence via SIRS. 

    - This information will replace the Technology questions 8B and 8D currently collected as part of the Basic Education Data System (BEDS) Institutional Master File (IMF) public school form.

    - School districts, BOCES, and charter schools should ensure their data coordinators and chief information officers are aware of these new requirements and have a process for coordinating with district and school staff involved with the student survey portion of this collection.

    - Please refer to memo for more details.



    State Reporting
  • Migrant Student Data Reconciliation – 20-21

    Posted On: 06/11/2021

    - To ensure that migrant children have been accurately identified during the 2020-2021 school year NYSED is requiring each school district to verify students coded as Migrant-eligible in its SIS against an official list of students that have been issued Certificates of Eligibility (COE) for participation in the migrant education program. 

    - Be aware that NYSED’s regional Migrant Education Tutorial and Support Services (METS) program centers will be contacting CIO’s by June 15, 2021 in a separate letter with specific instructions on how to complete this data reconciliation process. For METS contact information, please refer to:

    - To review your Migrant data in SIRS:

          o Run the L2RPT-SIRS 401 Reasonableness Report

          o Choose All Locations, Student Demographic category, and All Subtypes from the dropdown menu.

    - Please refer to the  2020-2021 SIRS Migrant Student Data Reconciliation Memo for more information.




    State Reporting
  • LHRIC Seal of Biliteracy Districts 2020-21

    Posted On: 12/15/2020

    The NYSED Office of Bilingual Ed and World Languages has issued the districts for the 2020-21 Seal of Biliteracy.  See memo below.

    Seal of Biliteracy The New York State Seal of Biliteracy (NYSSB) recognizes high school graduates who have attained a high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages, in addition to English. Students who receive a NYSSB must be reported with Program Service Code 8312 — Received Seal of Biliteracy in the year in which they complete all requirements for a Regents diploma, even if the criteria for receiving the NYSSB were met in a prior year. Districts will include Program Service Code 8312 on the student’s transcripts to indicate the earning of the NYSSB.


    State Reporting
  • 2020-21 Guidance on reporting Pre-K in SIRS

    Posted On: 10/20/2020  Please see memo with chart for reporting 2020-21 Pre-K in SIRS under SIRS Documents.

    - Important to note:  Effective July 1, 2020, the Expanded Prekindergarten for Three- and Four-Year Old Students (EPK4) grant was consolidated with the district’s Universal Pre-K allocation. These funds are now considered Universal Pre-K and students whose slots are supported by funds from these sources should be assigned the program code “902 Universal Pre-K.”

    State Reporting
  • CRDC Reporting Update

    Posted On: 08/03/2020  Due to the impact of COVID-19, the CRDC 2019-20 data will not be reported.  In January 2022, the 2020-21 data will be collected.



    State Reporting
  • Archived Announcements 2020 - 21

    Please see the below document for Archived Announcements:

    State Reporting
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