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Pupil count reconciliation

PUPIL COUNT RECONCILIATION

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction


Audio difficulties

Audio Difficulties?

  • Make sure the volume on Media Site live is turned up (volume button located beneath the speaker’s picture)

  • Make sure the volume on your computer is turned up (volume icon located on the right hand side of your computer task bar)

  • Contact your IT department


Why reconcile the september pupil count to january pupil count

Why reconcile the September pupil count to January pupil count?

  • Approximately 25% of Wisconsin school districts are audited for membership each year

  • Of those 25% of school districts, 60-70% of the audits result in an adjustment to the count

  • Most of those adjustments are identified in the reconciliation from September pupil count to January pupil count


Why reconcile the september pupil count to january pupil count1

Why reconcile the September pupil count to January pupil count?

  • In the past, school districts were not asked to provide this information unless they were audited for membership

    • Requested by auditor

  • Districts always should have been performing this procedure when reporting the data to DPI

    • Prove out the counts

    • Accuracy of reporting


New with january 2008 pupil count

NEW WITH JANUARY, 2008 PUPIL COUNT

  • Beginning with the January, 2008 pupil count report, all districts are required to have on file a reconciliation of changes between the September and January pupils counts which includes additions and subtractions between these dates.


New with january 2008 pupil count1

NEW WITH JANUARY, 2008 PUPIL COUNT

  • The reconciliation may be done using the DPI worksheet

  • The worksheet is currently available at:

    • http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/sfs/membrpt2.html - Click on Reconciliation of September Count to January Count

    • http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/sfs/break.html - Click on Reconciliation of September Count to January Count

  • The worksheet will also be available in January at:

    • https://www2.dpi.state.wi.us/safr/ - Go into your district’s January pupil count where there is a link to the worksheet.

  • The January pupil count data will not pull into worksheet until the district January PI-1563 has been filed

  • The completed worksheet is to be kept on file at the district office and provided to DPI or auditor upon request


New reconciliation worksheet

New Reconciliation Worksheet

http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/sfs/membrpt2.html


Reconciliation of september pupil count to january pupil count

Reconciliation of September Pupil Count to January Pupil Count

  • Save the reconciliation to your computer

  • The reconciliation must be kept on file in the district office

  • If your district is selected for a membership audit, the reconciliation and all supporting documentation will be required to be examined and tested by your auditor

  • DPI may request reconciliation and supporting documentation


Questions

QUESTIONS

Kathy Guralski

608-266-3862

[email protected]

Lori Ames

608-266-3464

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Karen Kucharz

608-267-9707

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Brad Adams

608-267-3752

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