IIn jmc Office, streamlining the preparation for ADVISER state reporting is made easier through the import of program history records from the prior year. Nebraska students participate in various state-sponsored programs, such as "Career Education," "Early Childhood," and "504 Plans," which require tracking from one year to the next.
In jmc Office go to Nebraska > Program History > Import Program History from Prior Year to begin your import.
Step One: Enter the "Begin Date" or simply click the calendar icon to associate a starting date with the imported program history record.
Helpful Tip: Typically, the "Begin Date" for program re-entry is set as the first day of school for your district, but adjustments can be made on the "View Student Data" page for special cases.
Step Two (optional): Enter an "End Date" or simply click the calendar icon to associate an exit date with the imported program history record.
Step Three: Place a checkmark in the following program type checkboxes to import the selected records from the prior year for students:
Career Education: taking Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses
Early Childhood: participating in Early Childhood such as Head Start
Homeless: receiving services for homelessness
Rule 18: involved in an interim program to make advancement toward graduation
Section 504: receiving services for disabilities
Title I Part A: receiving financial assistance to meet academic standards
Step Four: Click the "Import" button to execute program history import from the prior year.
Fun Fact: The “ProgHist” tab on View Student Data will be highlighted yellow to help you quickly identify that records exist for that student.