FilespecCodeSets:2014CodeSets
Code Set Option_Name Default_Code Option_Definition Rank Effective_Date Expiration_Date Last_Modified
Adult_Term_Length_Codes Full Time FT Full Time (500+ clock hours) 1 7/1/2011
10/17/2011
Adult_Term_Length_Codes Short Term ST Short Term (<500 clock hours) 2 7/1/2011
10/17/2011
APlus_Codes Yes Y Yes - Student is participating in A+ program. 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
APlus_Codes No N No - Student is not participating in A+ program. 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
APlus_Codes Complete C Complete - Student has completed the A+ program. 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Aplus_Correction_Codes Deficient Funds Received D Indicates the institution has not received adequate funding for the student in a previous semester. 1 7/1/2008
2/2/2009 2:19:53 PM
Aplus_Correction_Codes Excess Funds Received E Indicates the institution received more funding than required for the student in a previous semester during the current fiscal year. 2 7/1/2008
2/2/2009 2:19:32 PM
Aplus_Correction_Codes Added Student A Indicates the student was not on a prior semester's budget and needs to be added. 3 7/1/2008
2/2/2009 2:20:09 PM
Aplus_Financial_Aid_Codes Fully Funded F A student who has received all financial aid and no A+. 1 7/1/2008
1/27/2009
Aplus_Financial_Aid_Codes Funding Pending P A student's FAFSA has not be processed or the student is targeted for verification. 2 7/1/2008
1/27/2009
Aplus_Financial_Aid_Codes Not Funded N A student who receives A+. 3 7/1/2008
1/27/2009
Aplus_Hour_Type_Codes Credit Hours CR Indicates that credit hours are being reported for the record. 1 6/1/2008
4/24/2009 1:21:10 PM
Aplus_Hour_Type_Codes Clock Hours CL Indicate that clock hours are being reported for the record. 2 6/1/2008
4/24/2009 1:22:07 PM
Aplus_LessThanFull_Codes Non-Degree Course N Non-Degree Course
7/1/2008
3/12/2009 9:20:56 AM
Aplus_LessThanFull_Codes Repeat Course R Repeat Course 1 7/1/2008
3/12/2009 9:21:00 AM
Aplus_LessThanFull_Codes Internship T Internship 2 7/1/2008
3/12/2009 9:21:03 AM
Aplus_LessThanFull_Codes ADA A ADA 4 7/1/2008
3/12/2009 9:21:06 AM
Aplus_LessThanFull_Codes All Available Hours H All Available Hours 5 7/1/2008
3/12/2009 9:21:09 AM
Aplus_Semester_Codes Summer Semester S The Summer semester in which a student is enrolled and taking classes eligible for A+ funding. 1 7/1/2008
1/27/2009
Aplus_Semester_Codes Fall Semester F The Fall semester in which a student is enrolled and taking classes eligible for A+ funding. 2 7/1/2008
1/27/2009
Aplus_Semester_Codes Winter Semester W The Winter semester in which a student is enrolled and taking classes eligible for A+ funding. 3 7/1/2008
1/27/2009
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Algebra I ALGEB1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Algebra I 1 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:42:38 PM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Algebra II ALGEB2 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Algebra II 2 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:25 AM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes English I ENGLI1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject English I 3 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:30 AM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes English II ENGLI2 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject English II 4 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:42:44 PM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Biology I BIOLO1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Biology I 5 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:42:46 PM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Geometry I GEOME1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Geometry I 6 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:20 AM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Integrated Math II INTMA2 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Integrated Math II 7 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:16 AM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes Integrated Math III INTMA3 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject Integrated Math III 8 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:11 AM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes American Government I AMGOV1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject American Government I 9 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:08 AM
ASMNT_Subject_Codes American History I AMHIS1 End of Course (EOC) assessment subject American History I 10 7/1/2009
9/3/2009 9:05:01 AM
ASMNT_Test_Method_Codes Pencil and Paper PENPAP Assessment is conducted using pencil and paper. 1 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:36:56 PM
ASMNT_Test_Method_Codes Online ONLINE Assessment is conducted using online testing. 2 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:37:04 PM
ASMNT_Type_Codes MAP Assessment MAPSPR The MAP (Missouri Assessment Program), is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in meeting the Show-Me Standards. 1 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:37:47 PM
ASMNT_Type_Codes End of Course (FALL) EOCFAL The Fall End of Course, is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in mastering identified subject areas. 2 7/1/2008
7/15/2008 2:50:35 PM
ASMNT_Type_Codes End of Course (Spring) EOCSPR The Spring End of Course, is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in mastering identified subject areas. 3 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:37:55 PM
ASMNT_Type_Codes End of Course (Summer) EOCSUM The Summer End of Course, is an assessment test designed to measure student progress in mastering identified subject areas. 3 7/1/2008
7/10/2008 12:42:00 PM
ASMNT_Type_Codes LEP/ELL Testing LEPELL LEP/ELL Testing is an assessment to measure English language proficiency. 4 7/1/2008
11/11/2008 12:32:31 PM
ASMNT_Type_Codes EOC Exception 1 EOCEX1 EOC Exception 1: Student received content prior to assessment becoming operational. 5 7/1/2010
1/14/2011
ASMNT_Type_Codes EOC Exception 2 EOCEX2 EOC Exception 2: Student received content out-of-state; in a private, parochial or home school. 6 7/1/2010
1/14/2011
ASMNT_Type_Codes EOC Exception 3 EOCEX3 EOC Exception 3: MAP-Alternate – Student received credit in other district, or content not applicable. 7 7/1/2010
1/14/2011
ASMNT_Type_Codes EOC Exception 4 EOCEX4 EOC Exception 4: Student took content in another public Missouri district, but was not assessed. Note - For students who received content prior to assessment becoming operational use EOCEX1. 8 7/1/2010
5/6/2011
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Infant/Toddler IT Birth to 2 years old 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Three and Four Year Olds PK Three and Four Year Olds 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Kindergarten K Kindergarten 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 1 01 Grade 1 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 2 02 Grade 2 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 3 03 Grade 3 6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 4 04 Grade 4 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 5 05 Grade 5 8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 6 06 Grade 6 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 7 07 Grade 7 10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 8 08 Grade 8 11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 9 09 Grade 9 12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 10 10 Grade 10 13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 11 11 Grade 11 14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Grade 12 12 Grade 12 15 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes High School 13 High School. Typically grades 9-12, but use also for non-teaching positions when 7-8 are in HS building. 16 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Junior High 14 Junior High (any combination that includes only grades 07-09) 17 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Middle School 15 Middle School (any combo that includes only grades 04-08) 18 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Elementary 16 Elementary (any combo that includes only grades K-08) 19 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Assignment_Grade_Level_Codes Any combo of K-12 17 Any combo of K-12 that includes a greater grade span than 13-16. Grade 17 is typically used for nurses, supers, etc and is usually reported in building 1000. 20 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CIP_Family_Codes Security and Protective Services. 43 Security and Protective Services.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Transportation and Materials Moving. 49 Transportation and Materials Moving.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Precision Production. 48 Precision Production.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians. 47 Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Construction Trades. 46 Construction Trades.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Public Administration and Social Service Professions. 44 Public Administration and Social Service Professions.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services. 52 Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Psychology. 42 Psychology.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Social Sciences. 45 Social Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Basic Skills. 32 Basic Skills.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes High School/Secondary Diplomas and Certificates. 53 High School/Secondary Diplomas and Certificates.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Personal Awareness and Self-Improvement. 37 Personal Awareness and Self-Improvement.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies. 05 Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Leisure and Recreational Activities. 36 Leisure and Recreational Activities.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Interpersonal and Social Skills. 35 Interpersonal and Social Skills.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Visual and Performing Arts. 50 Visual and Performing Arts.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Citizenship Activities. 33 Citizenship Activities.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences. 51 Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC, ROTC). 28 Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC, ROTC).
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Technology Education/Industrial Arts. 21 Technology Education/Industrial Arts.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Residency Programs. 60 Residency Programs.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Programs for Series 55 (French/Canadian Language and Literature/Letters) 55 Programs for Series 55 (French/Canadian Language and Literature/letters) are located in appendix a.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes History (new) 54 History (new)
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Programs for Series 53. 53 Programs for Series 53.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Health-related Knowledge and Skills. 34 Health-related Knowledge and Skills.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes English Language and Literature/Letters. 23 English Language and Literature/Letters.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Architecture and Related Services. 04 Architecture and Related Services.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Education. 13 Education.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences. 01 Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Natural Resources and Conservation. 03 Natural Resources and Conservation.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs. 09 Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services. 10 Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Personal and Culinary Services. 12 Personal and Culinary Services.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Engineering. 14 Engineering.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Engineering Technologies/Technicians. 15 Engineering Technologies/Technicians.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics. 16 Foreign languages, literatures, and Linguistics.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences. 19 Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Agricultural Sciences. 02 Agricultural Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Legal Professions and Studies. 22 Legal Professions and Studies.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Science Technologies/Technicians. 41 Science Technologies/Technicians.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Liberal Arts and Ssciences, General Studies and Humanities. 24 Liberal Arts and Ssciences, General Studies and Humanities.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Library Science. 25 Library Science.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Biological and Biomedical Sciences. 26 Biological and Biomedical Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Mathematics and Statistics. 27 Mathematics and Statistics.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Programs for Series 28. 28 Programs for Series 28.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Military Technologies. 29 Military Technologies.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies. 30 Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies. 31 Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Philosophy and Religious Studies. 38 Philosophy and Religious Studies.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Theology and Religious Vocations. 39 Theology and Religious Vocations.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Physical Sciences. 40 Physical Sciences.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Programs for Series 21. 21 Programs for Series 21.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
CIP_Family_Codes Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services. 11 Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services.
7/1/2008
3/12/2009
County_Codes ADAIR 001
1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes ANDREW 002
2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes ATCHISON 003
3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes AUDRAIN 004
4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BARRY 005
5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BARTON 006
6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BATES 007
7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BENTON 008
8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BOLLINGER 009
9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BOONE 010
10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BUCHANAN 011
11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes BUTLER 012
12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CALDWELL 013
13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CALLAWAY 014
14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CAMDEN 015
15 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CAPE GIRARDEAU 016
16 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CARROLL 017
17 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CARTER 018
18 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CASS 019
19 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CEDAR 020
20 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CHARITON 021
21 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CHRISTIAN 022
22 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CLARK 023
23 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CLAY 024
24 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CLINTON 025
25 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes COLE 026
26 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes COOPER 027
27 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes CRAWFORD 028
28 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DADE 029
29 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DALLAS 030
30 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DAVIESS 031
31 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DEKALB 032
32 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DENT 033
33 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DOUGLAS 034
34 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DUNKLIN 035
35 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes DYS 347
36 7/1/2006
5/22/2008
County_Codes FRANKLIN 036
37 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes GASCONADE 037
38 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes GENTRY 038
39 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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40 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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41 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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42 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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43 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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44 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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45 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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46 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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47 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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48 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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49 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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50 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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51 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes JOHNSON 051
52 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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53 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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54 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes LAFAYETTE 054
55 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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56 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes LEWIS 056
57 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes LINCOLN 057
58 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes LINN 058
59 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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60 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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61 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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62 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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63 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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64 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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65 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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66 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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67 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes MISSISSIPPI 067
68 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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69 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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70 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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71 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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72 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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73 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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74 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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75 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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76 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes OSAGE 076
77 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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78 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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79 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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80 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes PETTIS 080
81 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes PHELPS 081
82 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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83 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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84 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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85 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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86 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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87 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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88 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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89 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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90 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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91 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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92 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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93 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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94 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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95 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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96 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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97 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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98 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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99 7/1/2006
5/22/2008
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100 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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101 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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102 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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103 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes ST. LOUIS CITY 115
104 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes STE. GENEVIEVE 095
105 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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106 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes STONE 104
107 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes SULLIVAN 105
108 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
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109 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes TEXAS 107
110 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes VERNON 108
111 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes WARREN 109
112 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes WASHINGTON 110
113 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes WAYNE 111
114 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes WEBSTER 112
115 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes WORTH 113
116 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes WRIGHT 114
117 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
County_Codes MO-VIP 401
118 7/1/2008
11/18/2008 10:03:48 AM
Course_Delivery_System_Codes After School, Every Day-School Age Child Care AE After School, Every Day (School Age Child Care) 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes After School, Some Days-School Age Child Care AS After School, Some Days (School Age Child Care) 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Before School, Every Day-School Age Child Care BE Before School, Every Day (School Age Child Care) 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Before School, Some Days-School Age Child Care BS Before School, Some Days (School Age Child Care) 6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Resource Classroom C Resource Classroom (includes pulling out students from their regular classroom for supplemental instruction). Do not use for Special Education Personnel. 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Co-teaching CO Co-teaching, time during which two fully certificated teachers in the general education classroom (one general education teacher and one special education teacher) work together to provide instruction to students. Examples: Class within a class, team teaching, blended early childhood program. 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Embedded Credit EC Embedded Credit 11 7/1/2007
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Early Literacy EL Early Literacy (K-2 program associated with Reading Recovery) 12 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Before-or After-School Services H Before-or After-School Services (including Early Childhood Special Education, MPP and Block Grant Early Childhood Program) 14 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Instructional Coach IC Instructional Coach 16 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Individual/Small Group IG Individual/Small Group-time during which a special education teacher provides instruction to a single special education student or a small group of special education students on a resource basis. Instruction could be in the general education classroom or in a setting removed from the general education classroom. Examples: Itinerant models and ECSE itinerant teachers, both traveling and school-based, speech/language pathology, resource rooms. 17 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Institution Instructional Services IH Institution (Delinquent or Neglected) Instructional Services - Before or After School 18 7/1/2008
10/21/2009
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs -Disabled J Career Education Special Needs -Disabled 19 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs - Disabled, Before-or After-School Services JH Career Education Special Needs - Disabled, Before-or After-School Services 20 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged K Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged 21 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged, Before-or After-School Services KH Career Education Special Needs-Disadvantaged, Before-or After-School Services 22 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Low Incidence Self-Contained LI Low Incidence Self-Contained - Time during which a special education teacher is responsible for the content of and provision of instruction to special education students in a setting primarily designed for low incidence disability categories, including multiple disabilities; deaf/blind; autism; physical, other health, visual or hearing impairments. See the Missouri State Plan for Special Education, Section IX, Class Size and Caseloads for more information. 25 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Neglected Institution-Instructional Services NI Neglected Institution-Instructional Services 30 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Personal Assistant-Special Education One-on-One Aide PA Personal Assistant-Special Education One-on-One Aide 31 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Push-in Instructional Method PI Push-in Instructional Method 32 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Reading Recovery RR Reading Recovery 33 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Reading Recovery Teacher Leader RT Reading Recovery Teacher Leader 34 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media-Satellite S Electronic Media-Satellite 35 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Self-Contained SC Self-Contained - Time during which a special education teacher is responsible for the content of and provision of instruction to special education students in a setting removed from the general education classroom. For ECSE, this would include reverse mainstream models. Example: Departmentalized instruction in a specific content area such as mathematics. 36 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 0 0 Team Teaching Member 0 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 38 7/1/2006
10/14/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 1 1 Team Teaching Member 1 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 39 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 2 2 Team Teaching Member 2 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 40 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 3 3 Team Teaching Member 3 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 41 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 4 4 Team Teaching Member 4 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 42 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 5 5 Team Teaching Member 5 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 43 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 6 6 Team Teaching Member 6 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 44 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 7 7 Team Teaching Member 7 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 45 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 8 8 Team Teaching Member 8 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 46 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Member 9 9 Team Teaching Member 9 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 47 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 0 T0 Team Teaching Leader 0 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 48 7/1/2006
10/14/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 1 T1 Team Teaching Leader 1 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 49 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 2 T2 Team Teaching Leader 2 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 50 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 3 T3 Team Teaching Leader 3 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 51 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 4 T4 Team Teaching Leader 4 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 52 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 5 T5 Team Teaching Leader 5 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 53 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 6 T6 Team Teaching Leader 6 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 54 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 7 T7 Team Teaching Leader 7 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 55 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 8 T8 Team Teaching Leader 8 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 56 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Team Teaching Leader 9 T9 Team Teaching Leader 9 (Team teaching identifies teachers cooperating in a joint instructional project within the same subject and group of students. Each team should be identified by a number and each teacher's assignment for that team project must be identified by the same team number. Indicate the team leader by the letter "T" preceding the team number in the delivery system. For example, the leader of Team 1 within a building would be designated by a delivery system of "T1" and the other members of that team would be shown with a "1" in the delivery system. Report the total class enrollment for the team leader, and leave the enrollment blank for other teachers on the team. Team teaching delivery system codes are not to be used for special education teachers.) 57 7/1/2006
5/15/2008
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 0 S0 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 77 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 1 S1 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 78 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 2 S2 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 79 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 3 S3 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 80 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 4 S4 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 81 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 5 S5 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 82 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 6 S6 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 83 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 7 S7 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 84 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 8 S8 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 85 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Electronic Media Combined Classes 9 S9 Electronic Media Combined Classes (Electronic Media Combined classes are situations where students using virtual education resources that are studying two or more different subjects or course sequence levels (or grade levels for self-contained elementary classes) are supervised during the same time period by the same teacher. Indicate which classes are combined by entering "S1" in the delivery system for each class combined during that time period. (If another group of classes supervised by the same teacher is also combined, enter "S2" for each of those classes, etc.) The minutes per week for that class period should be divided by the number of classes being combined. For example, French 2 and French 3 taught together during a 250-minute class period are shown as two separate assignments with a delivery system of "S1" and 125 minutes per week for each class. 86 7/1/2009
12/21/2010
Course_Delivery_System_Codes Virtual Class V Virtual Classes- Situations where students study subjects using technology, intranet and/or internet methods of communication that can take place outside of the regular school district facility. 88 7/1/2010
12/21/2010
Course_Program_Codes Nonfunded 00 Nonfunded (For use when Career Education, Gifted, and Remedial Programs are provided by the district but are not state and federal assisted and with general and pre-career education Family and Consumer Sciences classes.) 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Career Education 01 Career Education (populated/system displayed on save) 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Career Education Special Needs 02 Career Education Special Needs (Disadvantaged and Handicapped) 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title I.A-NCLB 03 Include those staff in a Title I targeted or schoolwide building (not a schoolwide building who is pooling their funds) who is being paid with Title I.A funds. 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title I.C-NCLB 04 Title I.C-NCLB (Migrant Program) 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Special Education -K-12 and Early Childhood Special Education age 5K and 6 06 Special Education -K-12 and Early Childhood Special Education age 5K (kindergarten eligible) and 6 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Early Childhood/Parent Education 07 Early Childhood/Parent Education (Early Childhood Development Act) 8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Gifted 08 Gifted (use course code 990808) 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Special Education services provided to other districts 09 Special Education (fiscal agent) services provided to other districts 10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title IV-NCLB 10 Title IV-NCLB 11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Safe Schools Educational Services Grant 11 Safe Schools Educational Services Grant (State) 12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Homeless 14 Homeless 13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Remedial Reading, Reading Recovery, Early Literacy Learning-Paid with District Funds 15 Remedial Reading, Reading Recovery, Early Literacy Learning-HB474 Reading Programs (Remdedial Reading) - Paid with District Funds 14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Juvenile Detention Center 16 Juvenile Detention Center 15 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Early Childhood Special Education-3 and 4-year olds 17 Early Childhood Special Education-3 and 4-year olds (and 5 Pre-K) 16 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Special Education services provided by another district/co-op 19 Special Education (participating district) services provided by another district/co-op 17 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title II.A-NCLB 20 Title II.A-NCLB 18 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Federal Programs Administrative Pool 21 Federal Programs Administrative Pool 19 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Reading First 22 Reading First 20 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Extended Day Child Care Program 24 Extended Day Child Care Program (EDCCP) 21 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Child Care Development Fund 25 Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) 22 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes 21st Century Community Learning Centers 26 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) 23 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Missouri Preschool Projects 27 Missouri Preschool Projects 24 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title II.D-NCLB 28 Title II.D-NCLB 25 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title III – NCLB (Limited English Proficient) 29 Title III – NCLB (Limited English Proficient) 26 7/1/2006
8/20/2010
Course_Program_Codes Title VI Part B, Subpart 1-Small, Rural School Achievement Program-NCLB 30 Title VI Part B, Subpart 1-Small, Rural School Achievement Program-NCLB (REAP) 27 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Title VI Part B,Subpart 2-Rural and Low-Income School Program-NCLB 31 Title VI Part B,Subpart 2-Rural and Low-Income School Program-NCLB 28 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Even Start 32 Even Start 29 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Comprehensive School Reform 33 Comprehensive School Reform 30 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes Charter Schools 34 Charter Schools (Federally Funded) 31 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Program_Codes MO Option Program 35 MO Option Program 32 7/1/2007
6/3/2008 10:29:39 AM
Course_Program_Codes Refugee Children School Impact Program 36 Refugee Children School Impact Program 33 7/1/2007
6/3/2008 10:39:15 AM
Course_Program_Codes Title I.D – NCLB (Delinquent) 37 Title I.D – NCLB (Delinquent) 34 7/1/2009
8/20/2010
Course_Program_Codes Title II.B – NCLB (Mathematics and Science Partnerships) 38 Title II.B – NCLB (Mathematics and Science Partnerships) 35 7/1/2009
8/20/2010
Course_Program_Codes Title III – NCLB (Immigrant) 39 Title III – NCLB (Immigrant) 36 7/1/2009
8/20/2010
Course_Program_Codes Schoolwide Pool (Federal, State, & Local Funds) 13 Include those staff in a Title I schoolwide building where funds are being pooled (state, local, and some federal funds) and for which those staff members are being paid from the pool. 37 7/1/2010
2/3/2011
Course_Program_Codes School Improvement Grants 1003(g) (SIG) - NCLB 43 School Improvement Grants 1003(g) (SIG) - NCLB 38 7/1/2010
2/3/2011
Course_Semester_Codes Full Year 0 Full Year 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Semester_Codes First Semester 1 First Semester 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Semester_Codes Second Semester 2 Second Semester 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Semester_Codes Third Semester 3 Third Semester 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 0 0 Level 0 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports. 0 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 1 1 Level 1 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 2 2 Level 2 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 3 3 Level 3 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 4 4 Level 4 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 5 5 Level 5 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 6 6 Level 6 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 7 7 Level 7 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 8 8 Level 8 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Seq_Num_Codes Level 9 9 Level 9 - Sequence Number is a number 0 through 9 (not Roman numeral) which identifies courses taught at more than one level (for example, Language Arts 1, 2, 3; Algebra 1, 2.) If a course is offered at more than one level, it is essential that the proper sequence number be entered for each course to receive proper credit on the district's resource and performance reports.

A sequence level of "1" need not be used unless more than one level of that course is taught. If only one level of course content is offered, SEQ may be left as “0”.
9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Quarter 1 Q1 Quarter 1 1 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Quarter 2 Q2 Quarter 2 2 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Quarter 3 Q3 Quarter 3 3 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Quarter 4 Q4 Quarter 4 4 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Semester 1 S1 Semester 1 5 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Semester 2 S2 Semester 2 6 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Year Long YL Year Long 7 7/1/2010
6/7/2010 11:13:56 AM
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Trimester 1 T1 Trimester 1 8 7/1/2010
7/10/2012
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Trimester 2 T2 Trimester 2 9 7/1/2010
7/10/2012
Course_Time_Unit_Codes Trimester 3 T3 Trimester 3 10 7/1/2010
7/10/2012
CTE_Cluster_Codes Agriculture, Food & Natural Resource 01 Planning, managing, and performing agricultural production and horticulture and landscaping services, and related professional and technical services, mining and extraction operations, and managing and conserving natural resources and related environmental services. 0 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:41:05 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Architecture & Construction 02 Designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining physical structures and the larger built environment including roadways. 1 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:41:16 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Arts/ A/V Technology & Communication 03 Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services. 2 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:41:26 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Business & Administrative 04 Planning, managing, and providing administrative support, information processing, accounting, and human resource management. 3 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:41:42 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Education & Training 05 Planning, managing, and providing education and training services, and related learning support services including assessment and library and information services. 4 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:41:58 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Finance & Insurance 06 Planning, managing, and providing banking, investment, financial planning, and insurance services. 5 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:42:09 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Government & Public Administration 07 Planning, managing, and providing government legislative and administrative and regulatory services and related general purpose government services at the federal, state, and local levels. 6 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:42:13 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Health Science 08 Planning, managing, and providing diagnostic, therapeutic, and information and environmental services in health care. 7 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:42:27 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Hospitality & Tourism 09 Planning, managing, and providing lodging, food, recreation, convention and tourism, and related planning and support services such as travel-related services. 8 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:42:34 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Human Service 10 Planning, managing, and providing human services including social and related community services. 9 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:36:39 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Information Technology 11 Designing, developing, managing, and operating communication and information technology systems, networks, and related hardware and software for telecommunications and computing services. 10 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:42:52 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Law & Public Safety 12 Planning, managing, and providing judicial, legal, and protective services including professional and technical support services in the fire protection and criminal justice system. 11 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:42:59 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Manufacturing 13 Planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing/process engineering. 12 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:36:17 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Marketing Sales & Service 14 Planning, managing, and performing wholesaling and retailed marketing and distribution support services including merchandise/product management and promotion. 13 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:43:44 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Scientific Research/Engineering 15 Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (physical/engineering and social) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services. 14 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:43:57 PM
CTE_Cluster_Codes Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics 16 Planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water and related professional and technical support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance. 15 7/1/2007
3/21/2008 12:44:26 PM
CTE_Program_Codes AGRICULTURE (REG-SEC) 0104 AGRICULTURE Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY AGRICULTURE (REG-PS) 0107 POST SECONDARY AGRICULTURE Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT AGRICULTURE (REG-A) 0110 ADULT AGRICULTURE Regular, Adult (REG-A) 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes BUSINESS (REG-SEC) 0204 BUSINESS Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY BUSINESS 0207 POST SECONDARY BUSINESS Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT BUSINESS 0210 ADULT BUSINESS Regular, Adult (REG-A) 6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes COE/CIE 0304 COE/CIE Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes MARKETING 0404 MARKETING Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY MARKETING 0407 POST SECONDARY MARKETING Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT MARKETING 0410 ADULT MARKETING Regular, Adult (REG-A) 10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes HEALTH 0504 HEALTH Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY HEALTH 0507 POST SECONDARY HEALTH Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT HEALTH 0510 ADULT HEALTH Regular, Adult (REG-A) 13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0604 CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0607 CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 15 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0610 CON FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Adult (REG-A) 16 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0704 OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 17 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY OC FAM AND CONSUMER SCI 0707 POST SECONDARY OC FAM AND CONSUMER SCI Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 18 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 0710 ADULT OC FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Regular, Adult (REG-A) 19 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 0804 TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 20 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes POST SECONDARY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL ED 0807 POST SECONDARY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL ED Regular, Postsecondary (REG-PS) 21 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ADULT TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 0810 ADULT TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Regular, Adult (REG-A) 22 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes GUIDANCE SERVICES 0904 GUIDANCE SERVICES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 23 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes PROJECT LEAD THE WAY 1004 PROJECT LEAD THE WAY Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 24 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ANCILLARY SERVICES 1104 ANCILLARY SERVICES Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 25 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 1204 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 26 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes SPECIAL NEEDS 2204 SPECIAL NEEDS Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 27 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Codes VOCATIONAL PREP 2404 VOCATIONAL PREP Regular, Secondary (REG-SEC) 28 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Agricultural Ed. 0104 Agricultural Ed. (AGR) 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Business Ed. 0204 Business Ed. (BOE) 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Cooperative Ed. 0304 Cooperative Ed. (COE) 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Marketing Ed. 0404 Marketing Ed. (MDE) 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Health Sciences 0504 Health Sciences (HEA) 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Family (Consumer) 0604 Family (Consumer) (FCS) 6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Family Consumer (Occupational) 0704 Family Consumer (Occupational) (OFCS) 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Trade and Industrial Ed. 0804 Trade and Industrial Ed. (VIE) 8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Guidance Services 0904 Guidance Services (GUI) 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Project Lead the Way 1004 Project Lead the Way (PLTW) 10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Ancillary Services 1104 Ancillary Services (ANC) 11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Career Ed. Area Career Center 1204 Career Ed. Area Career Center (AD) 12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Career Ed. Special Needs 2204 Career Ed. Special Needs (DIS/SN) 13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_Program_Type_Codes Career Ed. Preparation 2404 Career Ed. Preparation (VP/SN) 14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Passed Test PT Student passed the Technical Skills Assessment. 1 7/1/2008
12/17/2008 10:19:39 AM
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Failed Test FT Student failed to pass the Technical Skills Assessment. 2 7/1/2008
12/17/2008 10:19:24 AM
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Not Tested NT Student is eligible for Technical Skills Attainment and an assessment was available, but the student did not take the assessment. 3 7/1/2008
12/17/2008 11:50:31 AM
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Not Available NA Student is eligible for Technical Skills Attainment, but an assessment was not made available. 4 7/1/2008
12/17/2008 11:51:05 AM
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Not Eligible NE Student is not eligible for Career Education Technical Skills Attainment. 5 7/1/2008
12/17/2008 11:51:33 AM
CTE_TSA_Testing_Codes Pending Results PR Student has taken Technical Skills Assessment however, the results are not known yet. 6 7/1/2008
12/17/2008 10:22:08 AM
DESE_College_Codes AVILA COLLEGE 511932 AVILA COLLEGE 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE 038829 BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLL 161165 BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLL 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE 630984 CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes COLUMBIA COLLEGE 515712 COLUMBIA COLLEGE 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes COTTEY COLLEGE 070431 COTTEY COLLEGE 6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes CROWDER COLLEGE 166166 CROWDER COLLEGE 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes CULVER STOCKTON COLLEGE 018750 CULVER STOCKTON COLLEGE 8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes DRURY UNIVERSITY 603541 DRURY UNIVERSITY 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes EAST CENTRAL JR COLLEGE 130130 EAST CENTRAL JR COLLEGE 10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes EVANGEL UNIVERSITY 041617 EVANGEL UNIVERSITY 11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes FLORISSANT VALLEY 149152 FLORISSANT VALLEY 12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes FONTBONNE COLLEGE 038603 FONTBONNE COLLEGE 13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes FOREST PARK 149150 FOREST PARK 14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes HANNIBAL LAGRANGE COLLEGE 041544 HANNIBAL LAGRANGE COLLEGE 15 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes HARRIS STOWE COLLEGE 300194 HARRIS STOWE COLLEGE 16 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes JEFFERSON COLLEGE 145145 JEFFERSON COLLEGE 17 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 117117 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 18 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes LINDENWOOD COLLEGE 018759 LINDENWOOD COLLEGE 19 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes LINN STATE TECH COLLEGE 508313 LINN STATE TECH COLLEGE 20 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes LONGVIEW COMM COLL/BUS OF 161164 LONGVIEW COMM COLL/BUS OF 21 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MAPLE WOODS/BUS OFFICE 161162 MAPLE WOODS/BUS OFFICE 22 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY 041639 MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY 23 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MERAMEC 149151 MERAMEC 24 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH 161166 METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH 25 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes METROPOLITAN JR COLL/BUS 161161 METROPOLITAN JR COLL/BUS 26 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MINERAL AREA JR COLLEGE 163163 MINERAL AREA JR COLLEGE 27 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MISSOURI STATE UNIV-SPRINGFLD 119119 MISSOURI STATE UNIV-SPRINGFLD 28 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE 514772 MISSOURI VALLEY COLLEGE 29 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MO BAPTIST COLLEGE 041538 MO BAPTIST COLLEGE 30 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MO SOUTHERN STATE COLLEGE 143143 MO SOUTHERN STATE COLLEGE 31 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MO WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 160160 MO WESTERN STATE COLLEGE 32 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MOBERLY COMM COLLEGE 162162 MOBERLY COMM COLLEGE 33 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MU KANSAS CITY 116117 MU KANSAS CITY 34 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes MU ST LOUIS 116118 MU ST LOUIS 35 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes N W MO STATE UNIVERSITY 118118 N W MO STATE UNIVERSITY 36 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes NORTH CENTRAL MO COLLEGE 198198 NORTH CENTRAL MO COLLEGE 37 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 640121 OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 38 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes PARK UNIVERSITY 511931 PARK UNIVERSITY 39 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes PENN VALLEY/BUSINESS OFF 161163 PENN VALLEY/BUSINESS OFF 40 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY 501839 ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY 41 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes S E MO STATE UNIVERSITY 120120 S E MO STATE UNIVERSITY 42 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes SE COMM COLLEGE-W BURLINGTON 300128 SE COMM COLLEGE-W BURLINGTON 43 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes SOUTHWEST BAPTIST UNIV 635440 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST UNIV 44 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes ST CHARLES CO COMM COLLEG 146146 ST CHARLES CO COMM COLLEG 45 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes ST LOUIS COMM COLL - WILDWOOD 149154 ST LOUIS COMM COLL - WILDWOOD 46 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes ST LOUIS COMMUNITY COLL 149149 ST LOUIS COMMUNITY COLL 47 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY 300310 ST LOUIS UNIVERSITY 48 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE 126126 STATE FAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE 49 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes STEPHENS COLLEGE 005177 STEPHENS COLLEGE 50 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes THREE RIVERS COMM COLL 200200 THREE RIVERS COMM COLL 51 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes TRUMAN UNIVERSITY 122122 TRUMAN UNIVERSITY 52 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI 121121 UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI 53 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes UNIVERSITY OF MO 116116 UNIVERSITY OF MO 54 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes UNIVERSITY OF MO-ROLLA 116119 UNIVERSITY OF MO-ROLLA 55 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes WASHINGTON UNIV 300342 WASHINGTON UNIV 56 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes WEBSTER UNIVERSITY - ST LOUIS 300335 WEBSTER UNIVERSITY - ST LOUIS 57 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes WESTMINSTER COLLEGE 049495 WESTMINSTER COLLEGE 58 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE 062273 WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE 59 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_College_Codes WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE 511106 WILLIAM WOODS COLLEGE 60 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ACADEMIE LAFAYETTE 048914 ACADEMIE LAFAYETTE 1 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ACADEMY OF KANSAS CITY 048908 ACADEMY OF KANSAS CITY 2 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ADAIR CO. R-I 001090 ADAIR CO. R-I 3 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ADAIR CO. R-II 001092 ADAIR CO. R-II 4 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ADRIAN R-III 007123 ADRIAN R-III 5 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ADVANCE R-IV 103129 ADVANCE R-IV 6 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes AFFTON 101 096098 AFFTON 101 7 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ALBANY R-III 038046 ALBANY R-III 8 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ALLEN VILLAGE 048909 ALLEN VILLAGE 9 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ALTA VISTA CHARTER SCH 048902 ALTA VISTA CHARTER SCH 10 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ALTENBURG 48 079078 ALTENBURG 48 11 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ALTON R-IV 075087 ALTON R-IV 12 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes APPLETON CITY R-II 093120 APPLETON CITY R-II 13 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ARCADIA VALLEY R-II 047062 ARCADIA VALLEY R-II 14 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ARCHIE R-V 019139 ARCHIE R-V 15 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ASH GROVE R-IV 039135 ASH GROVE R-IV 16 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ATLANTA C-3 061150 ATLANTA C-3 17 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes AURORA R-VIII 055110 AURORA R-VIII 18 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes AVA R-I 034124 AVA R-I 19 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes AVENUE CITY R-IX 002090 AVENUE CITY R-IX 20 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes AVILA COLLEGE, KANSAS CITY 511932 AVILA COLLEGE, KANSAS CITY 21 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes AVILLA R-XIII 049135 AVILLA R-XIII 22 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes B. BANNEKER ACADEMY 048911 B. BANNEKER ACADEMY 23 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BAKERSFIELD R-IV 077101 BAKERSFIELD R-IV 24 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BALLARD R-II 007122 BALLARD R-II 25 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BAYLESS 096099 BAYLESS 26 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BELL CITY R-II 103128 BELL CITY R-II 27 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BELLEVIEW R-III 047064 BELLEVIEW R-III 28 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BELTON 124 019152 BELTON 124 29 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BERNIE R-XIII 103135 BERNIE R-XIII 30 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BEVIER C-4 061151 BEVIER C-4 31 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BILLINGS R-IV 022091 BILLINGS R-IV 32 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BISMARCK R-V 094076 BISMARCK R-V 33 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BLACKWATER R-II 027055 BLACKWATER R-II 34 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BLAIR OAKS R-II 026002 BLAIR OAKS R-II 35 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BLOOMFIELD R-XIV 103131 BLOOMFIELD R-XIV 36 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BLUE EYE R-V 104045 BLUE EYE R-V 37 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE 161165 BLUE RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE 38 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BLUE SPRINGS R-IV 048068 BLUE SPRINGS R-IV 39 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BOLIVAR R-I 084001 BOLIVAR R-I 40 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BONCL R-X 082105 BONCL R-X 41 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BOONVILLE R-I 027061 BOONVILLE R-I 42 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BOSWORTH R-V 017124 BOSWORTH R-V 43 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BOWLING GREEN R-I 082100 BOWLING GREEN R-I 44 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRADLEYVILLE R-I 106001 BRADLEYVILLE R-I 45 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRANSON R-IV 106004 BRANSON R-IV 46 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRAYMER C-4 013061 BRAYMER C-4 47 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRECKENRIDGE R-I 013054 BRECKENRIDGE R-I 48 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRENTWOOD 096101 BRENTWOOD 49 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRONAUGH R-VII 108143 BRONAUGH R-VII 50 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BROOKFIELD R-III 058112 BROOKFIELD R-III 51 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BROOKSIDE CHARTER SCH. 048916 BROOKSIDE CHARTER SCH. 52 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BRUNSWICK R-II 021149 BRUNSWICK R-II 53 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BUCHANAN CO. R-IV 011079 BUCHANAN CO. R-IV 54 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BUCKLIN R-II 058107 BUCKLIN R-II 55 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BUNKER R-III 090077 BUNKER R-III 56 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes BUTLER R-V 007129 BUTLER R-V 57 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CABOOL R-IV 107155 CABOOL R-IV 58 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CAINSVILLE R-I 041001 CAINSVILLE R-I 59 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CALHOUN R-VIII 042117 CALHOUN R-VIII 60 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CALLAO C-8 061157 CALLAO C-8 61 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CAMDENTON R-III 015002 CAMDENTON R-III 62 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CAMERON R-I 025001 CAMERON R-I 63 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CAMPBELL R-II 035093 CAMPBELL R-II 64 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CANTON R-V 056015 CANTON R-V 65 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CAPE GIRARDEAU 63 016096 CAPE GIRARDEAU 63 66 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CARL JUNCTION R-I 049132 CARL JUNCTION R-I 67 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CARROLLTON R-VII 017125 CARROLLTON R-VII 68 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CARTHAGE R-IX 049142 CARTHAGE R-IX 69 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CARUTHERSVILLE 18 078012 CARUTHERSVILLE 18 70 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CASSVILLE R-IV 005123 CASSVILLE R-IV 71 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CENTER 58 048080 CENTER 58 72 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CENTERVILLE R-I 090075 CENTERVILLE R-I 73 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CENTRAL METHODIST, FAYETTE 630984 CENTRAL METHODIST, FAYETTE 74 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CENTRAL MO STATE UNIV 121121 CENTRAL MO STATE UNIV 75 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CENTRAL R-III 094086 CENTRAL R-III 76 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CENTRALIA R-VI 010091 CENTRALIA R-VI 77 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CHADWICK R-I 022088 CHADWICK R-I 78 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CHAFFEE R-II 100060 CHAFFEE R-II 79 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CHARLESTON R-I 067061 CHARLESTON R-I 80 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CHILHOWEE R-IV 051153 CHILHOWEE R-IV 81 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CHILLICOTHE R-II 059117 CHILLICOTHE R-II 82 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLARK CO. R-I 023101 CLARK CO. R-I 83 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLARKSBURG C-2 068075 CLARKSBURG C-2 84 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLARKTON C-4 035097 CLARKTON C-4 85 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLAYTON 096102 CLAYTON 86 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLEARWATER R-I 111087 CLEARWATER R-I 87 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLEVER R-V 022092 CLEVER R-V 88 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLIMAX SPRINGS R-IV 015003 CLIMAX SPRINGS R-IV 89 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLINTON 042124 CLINTON 90 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CLINTON CO. R-III 025003 CLINTON CO. R-III 91 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COLE CAMP R-I 008111 COLE CAMP R-I 92 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COLE CO. R-I 026001 COLE CO. R-I 93 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COLE CO. R-V 026005 COLE CO. R-V 94 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS 004235 COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS 95 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COLUMBIA 93 010093 COLUMBIA 93 96 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COLUMBIA COLLEGE, COLUMBIA 515712 COLUMBIA COLLEGE, COLUMBIA 97 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COMMUNITY R-VI 004106 COMMUNITY R-VI 98 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CONCORDIA R-II 054037 CONCORDIA R-II 99 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CONFLUENCE ACADEMIES 115906 CONFLUENCE ACADEMIES 100 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CONSTRUCTION CAREERS CENTER 115901 CONSTRUCTION CAREERS CENTER 101 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COOPER CO. R-IV 027056 COOPER CO. R-IV 102 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COOTER R-IV 078004 COOTER R-IV 103 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COTTEY COLLEGE, NEVADA 070431 COTTEY COLLEGE, NEVADA 104 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COUCH R-I 075084 COUCH R-I 105 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes COWGILL R-VI 013058 COWGILL R-VI 106 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CRAIG R-III 044078 CRAIG R-III 107 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CRANE R-III 104043 CRANE R-III 108 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CRAWFORD CO. R-I 028101 CRAWFORD CO. R-I 109 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CRAWFORD CO. R-II 028102 CRAWFORD CO. R-II 110 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CROCKER R-II 085049 CROCKER R-II 111 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CROWDER COLLEGE 166166 CROWDER COLLEGE 112 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CRYSTAL CITY 47 050013 CRYSTAL CITY 47 113 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE 018750 CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE 114 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DADEVILLE R-II 029002 DADEVILLE R-II 115 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DALLAS CO. R-I 030093 DALLAS CO. R-I 116 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DAVIS R-XII 042119 DAVIS R-XII 117 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DELLA LAMB ELEM. 048912 DELLA LAMB ELEM. 118 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DELTA C-7 078009 DELTA C-7 119 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DELTA R-V 016092 DELTA R-V 120 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DENT-PHELPS R-III 033093 DENT-PHELPS R-III 121 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 002017 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 122 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DERRICK THOMAS ACADEMY 048917 DERRICK THOMAS ACADEMY 123 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DESOTO 73 050014 DESOTO 73 124 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DEXTER R-XI 103132 DEXTER R-XI 125 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DIAMOND R-IV 073102 DIAMOND R-IV 126 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 347347 DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 127 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DIXON R-I 085048 DIXON R-I 128 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DON BOSCO EDUCATION CTR. 048903 DON BOSCO EDUCATION CTR. 129 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes DONIPHAN R-I 091092 DONIPHAN R-I 130 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DORA R-III 077103 DORA R-III 131 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DREXEL R-IV 019150 DREXEL R-IV 132 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DRURY COLLEGE, SPRINGFIELD 603541 DRURY COLLEGE, SPRINGFIELD 133 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes DUNKLIN R-V 050005 DUNKLIN R-V 134 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes EAST BUCHANAN CO. C-1 011076 EAST BUCHANAN CO. C-1 135 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes EAST CARTER CO. R-II 018047 EAST CARTER CO. R-II 136 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes EAST CENTRAL COLLEGE, UNION 130130 EAST CENTRAL COLLEGE, UNION 137 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes EAST LYNNE 40 019147 EAST LYNNE 40 138 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes EAST NEWTON CO. R-VI 073099 EAST NEWTON CO. R-VI 139 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes EAST PRAIRIE R-II 067055 EAST PRAIRIE R-II 140 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes EL DORADO SPRINGS R-II 020002 EL DORADO SPRINGS R-II 141 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes ELDON R-I 066102 ELDON R-I 142 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes ELSBERRY R-II 057002 ELSBERRY R-II 143 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes EMINENCE R-I 101107 EMINENCE R-I 144 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes ETHEL HEDGEMAN LYLE ACADEMY 115904 ETHEL HEDGEMAN LYLE ACADEMY 145 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes EVANGEL COLLEGE, SPRINGFIELD 041617 EVANGEL COLLEGE, SPRINGFIELD 146 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes EVERTON R-III 029003 EVERTON R-III 147 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 40 024089 EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 40 148 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes EXETER R-VI 005122 EXETER R-VI 149 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FAIR GROVE R-X 039142 FAIR GROVE R-X 150 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FAIR PLAY R-II 084002 FAIR PLAY R-II 151 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FAIRFAX R-III 003033 FAIRFAX R-III 152 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FAIRVIEW R-XI 046140 FAIRVIEW R-XI 153 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FARMINGTON R-VII 094078 FARMINGTON R-VII 154 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FAYETTE R-III 045077 FAYETTE R-III 155 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FERGUSON-FLORISSANT R-II 096089 FERGUSON-FLORISSANT R-II 156 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FESTUS R-VI 050006 FESTUS R-VI 157 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FLORISSANT VALLEY 149152 FLORISSANT VALLEY 158 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FONTBONNE COLLEGE, ST LOUIS 038603 FONTBONNE COLLEGE, ST LOUIS 159 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FORDLAND R-III 112101 FORDLAND R-III 160 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FOREST PARK 149150 FOREST PARK 161 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FORSYTH R-III 106003 FORSYTH R-III 162 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FORT OSAGE R-I 048066 FORT OSAGE R-I 163 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes FOX C-6 050012 FOX C-6 164 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FRANCIS HOWELL R-III 092088 FRANCIS HOWELL R-III 165 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FRANKLIN CO. R-II 036123 FRANKLIN CO. R-II 166 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FREDERICKTOWN R-I 062072 FREDERICKTOWN R-I 167 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FT. ZUMWALT R-II 092087 FT. ZUMWALT R-II 168 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes FULTON 58 014129 FULTON 58 169 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GAINESVILLE R-V 077102 GAINESVILLE R-V 170 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GALENA R-II 104042 GALENA R-II 171 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GALLATIN R-V 031121 GALLATIN R-V 172 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GASCONADE C-4 053112 GASCONADE C-4 173 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GASCONADE CO. R-I 037039 GASCONADE CO. R-I 174 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GASCONADE CO. R-II 037037 GASCONADE CO. R-II 175 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GENESIS SCHOOL INC. 048905 GENESIS SCHOOL INC. 176 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GIDEON 37 072073 GIDEON 37 177 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes GILLIAM C-4 097127 GILLIAM C-4 178 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GILMAN CITY R-IV 041004 GILMAN CITY R-IV 179 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GLASGOW 045078 GLASGOW 180 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GLENWOOD R-VIII 046135 GLENWOOD R-VIII 181 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GOLDEN CITY R-III 006103 GOLDEN CITY R-III 182 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GORDON PARKS ELEM 048913 GORDON PARKS ELEM 183 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GORIN R-III 099078 GORIN R-III 184 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GRAIN VALLEY R-V 048069 GRAIN VALLEY R-V 185 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GRANDVIEW C-4 048074 GRANDVIEW C-4 186 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GRANDVIEW R-II 050002 GRANDVIEW R-II 187 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GREEN CITY R-I 105123 GREEN CITY R-I 188 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GREEN FOREST R-II 033092 GREEN FOREST R-II 189 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GREEN RIDGE R-VIII 080121 GREEN RIDGE R-VIII 190 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GREENFIELD R-IV 029004 GREENFIELD R-IV 191 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GREENVILLE R-II 111086 GREENVILLE R-II 192 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes GRUNDY CO. R-V 040100 GRUNDY CO. R-V 193 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HALE R-I 017121 HALE R-I 194 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HALFWAY R-III 084003 HALFWAY R-III 195 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HALLSVILLE R-IV 010089 HALLSVILLE R-IV 196 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HAMILTON R-II 013055 HAMILTON R-II 197 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HANCOCK PLACE 096103 HANCOCK PLACE 198 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HANNIBAL 60 064075 HANNIBAL 60 199 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HANNIBAL-LA GRANGE COLLEGE 041544 HANNIBAL-LA GRANGE COLLEGE 200 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HARDEMAN R-X 097122 HARDEMAN R-X 201 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HARDIN-CENTRAL C-2 089088 HARDIN-CENTRAL C-2 202 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HARRISBURG R-VIII 010092 HARRISBURG R-VIII 203 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HARRISONVILLE R-IX 019149 HARRISONVILLE R-IX 204 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HARRIS-STOWE STATE COLLEGE 300194 HARRIS-STOWE STATE COLLEGE 205 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HARTVILLE R-II 114113 HARTVILLE R-II 206 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HAYTI R-II 078002 HAYTI R-II 207 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HAZELWOOD 096088 HAZELWOOD 208 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HENRY CO. R-I 042111 HENRY CO. R-I 209 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HERMITAGE R-IV 043004 HERMITAGE R-IV 210 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HICKMAN MILLS C-1 048072 HICKMAN MILLS C-1 211 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HICKORY CO. R-I 043001 HICKORY CO. R-I 212 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HIGBEE R-VIII 088075 HIGBEE R-VIII 213 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HIGH POINT R-III 068071 HIGH POINT R-III 214 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HILLSBORO R-III 050003 HILLSBORO R-III 215 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOGAN PREPARATORY ACADEMY 048904 HOGAN PREPARATORY ACADEMY 216 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOLCOMB R-III 035094 HOLCOMB R-III 217 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOLDEN R-III 051152 HOLDEN R-III 218 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOLLIDAY C-2 069107 HOLLIDAY C-2 219 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOLLISTER R-V 106005 HOLLISTER R-V 220 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOUSTON R-I 107152 HOUSTON R-I 221 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HOWELL VALLEY R-I 046128 HOWELL VALLEY R-I 222 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HUDSON R-IX 007126 HUDSON R-IX 223 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HUMANSVILLE R-IV 084004 HUMANSVILLE R-IV 224 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HUME R-VIII 007125 HUME R-VIII 225 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes HURLEY R-I 104041 HURLEY R-I 226 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes IBERIA R-V 066107 IBERIA R-V 227 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes IMAGINE ACAD. ACADEMIC SUCCESS 115907 IMAGINE ACAD. ACADEMIC SUCCESS 228 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes IMAGINE ACADEMY ES AND MATH 115909 IMAGINE ACADEMY ES AND MATH 229 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes IMAGINE ACADEMY OF CAREERS 115908 IMAGINE ACADEMY OF CAREERS 230 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes IMAGINE REN ACAD ENV SCI & MA 048919 IMAGINE REN ACAD ENV SCI & MA 231 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes INDEPENDENCE 30 048077 INDEPENDENCE 30 232 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes IRON CO. C-4 047065 IRON CO. C-4 233 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JACKSON R-II 016090 JACKSON R-II 234 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JAMESTOWN C-1 068074 JAMESTOWN C-1 235 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JASPER CO. R-V 049137 JASPER CO. R-V 236 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JEFFERSON C-123 074195 JEFFERSON C-123 237 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JEFFERSON CITY 026006 JEFFERSON CITY 238 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JEFFERSON CO. R-VII 050007 JEFFERSON CO. R-VII 239 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JEFFERSON COLLEGE 145145 JEFFERSON COLLEGE 240 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JENNINGS 096104 JENNINGS 241 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JOHNSON CO. R-VII 051154 JOHNSON CO. R-VII 242 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JOPLIN R-VIII 049148 JOPLIN R-VIII 243 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes JUNCTION HILL C-12 046137 JUNCTION HILL C-12 244 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KANSAS CITY 33 048078 KANSAS CITY 33 245 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KEARNEY R-I 024086 KEARNEY R-I 246 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KELSO C-7 100064 KELSO C-7 247 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KEMPER MILITARY SCHOOL, MEXICO 070437 KEMPER MILITARY SCHOOL, MEXICO 248 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KENNETT 39 035102 KENNETT 39 249 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KEYTESVILLE R-III 021150 KEYTESVILLE R-III 250 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KING CITY R-I 038044 KING CITY R-I 251 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KINGSTON 42 013062 KINGSTON 42 252 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KINGSTON K-14 110014 KINGSTON K-14 253 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KINGSVILLE R-I 051150 KINGSVILLE R-I 254 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KIPP: ENDEAVOR ACADEMY 048918 KIPP: ENDEAVOR ACADEMY 255 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KIRBYVILLE R-VI 106006 KIRBYVILLE R-VI 256 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KIRKSVILLE R-III 001091 KIRKSVILLE R-III 257 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KIRKWOOD R-VII 096092 KIRKWOOD R-VII 258 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KNOB NOSTER R-VIII 051155 KNOB NOSTER R-VIII 259 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes KNOX CO. R-I 052096 KNOX CO. R-I 260 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LA MONTE R-IV 080118 LA MONTE R-IV 261 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LA PLATA R-II 061154 LA PLATA R-II 262 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LACLEDE CO. C-5 053114 LACLEDE CO. C-5 263 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LACLEDE CO. R-I 053111 LACLEDE CO. R-I 264 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LADUE 096106 LADUE 265 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LAFAYETTE CO. C-1 054039 LAFAYETTE CO. C-1 266 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LAKELAND R-III 093123 LAKELAND R-III 267 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LAMAR R-I 006104 LAMAR R-I 268 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LAQUEY R-V 085045 LAQUEY R-V 269 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LAREDO R-VII 040104 LAREDO R-VII 270 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LATHROP R-II 025002 LATHROP R-II 271 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LAWSON R-XIV 089080 LAWSON R-XIV 272 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEBANON R-III 053113 LEBANON R-III 273 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEE A. TOLBERT COM. ACADEMY 048910 LEE A. TOLBERT COM. ACADEMY 274 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEE'S SUMMIT R-VII 048071 LEE'S SUMMIT R-VII 275 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEESVILLE R-IX 042118 LEESVILLE R-IX 276 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEETON R-X 051156 LEETON R-X 277 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEOPOLD R-III 009078 LEOPOLD R-III 278 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LESTERVILLE R-IV 090078 LESTERVILLE R-IV 279 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEWIS CO. C-1 056017 LEWIS CO. C-1 280 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LEXINGTON R-V 054045 LEXINGTON R-V 281 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LIBERAL R-II 006101 LIBERAL R-II 282 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LIBERTY 53 024090 LIBERTY 53 283 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LICKING R-VIII 107154 LICKING R-VIII 284 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LIFT FOR LIFE ACADEMY 115902 LIFT FOR LIFE ACADEMY 285 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LINCOLN R-II 008106 LINCOLN R-II 286 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, JEFF CITY 117117 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, JEFF CITY 287 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LINDBERGH R-VIII 096093 LINDBERGH R-VIII 288 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LINDENWOOD COLLEGE, ST CHARLES 018759 LINDENWOOD COLLEGE, ST CHARLES 289 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LINN CO. R-I 058106 LINN CO. R-I 290 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LINN STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE 508313 LINN STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE 291 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LIVINGSTON CO. R-III 059114 LIVINGSTON CO. R-III 292 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LOCKWOOD R-I 029001 LOCKWOOD R-I 293 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LOGAN-ROGERSVILLE R-VIII 039139 LOGAN-ROGERSVILLE R-VIII 294 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LONE JACK C-6 048075 LONE JACK C-6 295 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LONEDELL R-XIV 036133 LONEDELL R-XIV 296 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LONGVIEW COMMUNITY COLLEGE 161164 LONGVIEW COMMUNITY COLLEGE 297 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LOUISIANA R-II 082108 LOUISIANA R-II 298 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LURAY 33 023099 LURAY 33 299 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes LUTIE R-VI 077104 LUTIE R-VI 300 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MACKS CREEK R-V 015004 MACKS CREEK R-V 301 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MACON CO. R-I 061156 MACON CO. R-I 302 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MACON CO. R-IV 061158 MACON CO. R-IV 303 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MADISON C-3 069108 MADISON C-3 304 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MALDEN R-I 035092 MALDEN R-I 305 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MALTA BEND R-V 097119 MALTA BEND R-V 306 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MANES R-V 114116 MANES R-V 307 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MANSFIELD R-IV 114115 MANSFIELD R-IV 308 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MAPLE WOODS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 161162 MAPLE WOODS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 309 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MAPLEWOOD-RICHMOND HEIGHTS 096107 MAPLEWOOD-RICHMOND HEIGHTS 310 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARCELINE R-V 058109 MARCELINE R-V 311 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARIES CO. R-I 063066 MARIES CO. R-I 312 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARIES CO. R-II 063067 MARIES CO. R-II 313 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARION C. EARLY R-V 084005 MARION C. EARLY R-V 314 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARION CO. R-II 064072 MARION CO. R-II 315 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARIONVILLE R-IX 055106 MARIONVILLE R-IX 316 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARK TWAIN R-VIII 106008 MARK TWAIN R-VIII 317 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARQUAND-ZION R-VI 062070 MARQUAND-ZION R-VI 318 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARSHALL 097129 MARSHALL 319 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARSHFIELD R-I 112102 MARSHFIELD R-I 320 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARYVILLE R-II 074201 MARYVILLE R-II 321 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MARYVILLE UNIVERISTY, ST LOUIS 041639 MARYVILLE UNIVERISTY, ST LOUIS 322 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MAYSVILLE R-I 032055 MAYSVILLE R-I 323 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MCDONALD CO. R-I 060077 MCDONALD CO. R-I 324 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MEADOW HEIGHTS R-II 009077 MEADOW HEIGHTS R-II 325 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MEADVILLE R-IV 058108 MEADVILLE R-IV 326 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MEHLVILLE R-IX 096094 MEHLVILLE R-IX 327 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MERAMEC 149151 MERAMEC 328 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MERAMEC VALLEY R-III 036126 MERAMEC VALLEY R-III 329 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH 161166 METRO COMM COLL, BUS AND TECH 330 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 161161 METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 331 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MEXICO 59 004110 MEXICO 59 332 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MIAMI R-I 007121 MIAMI R-I 333 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MIAMI R-I 097116 MIAMI R-I 334 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MID-BUCHANAN CO. R-V 011078 MID-BUCHANAN CO. R-V 335 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MIDDLE GROVE C-1 069104 MIDDLE GROVE C-1 336 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MIDWAY R-I 019151 MIDWAY R-I 337 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MILAN C-2 105124 MILAN C-2 338 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MILLER CO. R-III 066103 MILLER CO. R-III 339 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MILLER R-II 055104 MILLER R-II 340 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MINERAL AREA COLLEGE, FLAT RIV 163163 MINERAL AREA COLLEGE, FLAT RIV 341 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MIRABILE C-1 013060 MIRABILE C-1 342 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MISSOURI BAPTIST COLLEGE, ST L 041538 MISSOURI BAPTIST COLLEGE, ST L 343 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MISSOURI CITY 56 024091 MISSOURI CITY 56 344 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MISSOURI SOUTHERN, JOPLIN 143143 MISSOURI SOUTHERN, JOPLIN 345 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MISSOURI WESTERN, ST JOSEPH 160160 MISSOURI WESTERN, ST JOSEPH 346 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 115414 MO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 347 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 014400 MO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 348 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MO VALLEY COLLEGE, MARSHALL 514772 MO VALLEY COLLEGE, MARSHALL 349 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MO VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION PROGRAM 401401 MO VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION PROGRAM 350 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MOBERLY 088081 MOBERLY 351 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MOBERLY AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 162162 MOBERLY AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 352 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MONETT R-I 005128 MONETT R-I 353 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MONITEAU CO. R-I 068070 MONITEAU CO. R-I 354 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MONITEAU CO. R-V 068072 MONITEAU CO. R-V 355 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MONROE CITY R-I 069106 MONROE CITY R-I 356 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MONTGOMERY CO. R-II 070093 MONTGOMERY CO. R-II 357 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MONTROSE R-XIV 042121 MONTROSE R-XIV 358 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MORGAN CO. R-I 071091 MORGAN CO. R-I 359 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MORGAN CO. R-II 071092 MORGAN CO. R-II 360 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MOUND CITY R-II 044083 MOUND CITY R-II 361 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MOUNTAIN GROVE R-III 114114 MOUNTAIN GROVE R-III 362 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MOUNTAIN VIEW-BIRCH TREE R-III 046130 MOUNTAIN VIEW-BIRCH TREE R-III 363 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes MT. VERNON R-V 055108 MT. VERNON R-V 364 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NAYLOR R-II 091091 NAYLOR R-II 365 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEELYVILLE R-IV 012108 NEELYVILLE R-IV 366 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NELL HOLCOMB R-IV 016097 NELL HOLCOMB R-IV 367 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEOSHO R-V 073108 NEOSHO R-V 368 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEVADA R-V 108142 NEVADA R-V 369 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEW BLOOMFIELD R-III 014127 NEW BLOOMFIELD R-III 370 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEW FRANKLIN R-I 045076 NEW FRANKLIN R-I 371 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEW HAVEN 036138 NEW HAVEN 372 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEW MADRID CO. R-I 072074 NEW MADRID CO. R-I 373 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEW YORK R-IV 013057 NEW YORK R-IV 374 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEWBURG R-II 081095 NEWBURG R-II 375 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NEWTOWN-HARRIS R-III 105125 NEWTOWN-HARRIS R-III 376 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NIANGUA R-V 112099 NIANGUA R-V 377 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NIXA R-II 022089 NIXA R-II 378 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NODAWAY-HOLT R-VII 074187 NODAWAY-HOLT R-VII 379 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NONPUBLIC SCHOOL/AGENCY 999999 NONPUBLIC SCHOOL/AGENCY 380 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORBORNE R-VIII 017126 NORBORNE R-VIII 381 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORMANDY 096109 NORMANDY 382 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH ANDREW CO. R-VI 002089 NORTH ANDREW CO. R-VI 383 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH CALLAWAY CO. R-I 014126 NORTH CALLAWAY CO. R-I 384 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI TRENTON 198198 NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI TRENTON 385 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH DAVIESS R-III 031118 NORTH DAVIESS R-III 386 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH HARRISON R-III 041003 NORTH HARRISON R-III 387 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH KANSAS CITY 74 024093 NORTH KANSAS CITY 74 388 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH MERCER CO. R-III 065096 NORTH MERCER CO. R-III 389 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH NODAWAY CO. R-VI 074197 NORTH NODAWAY CO. R-VI 390 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH PEMISCOT CO. R-I 078001 NORTH PEMISCOT CO. R-I 391 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH PLATTE CO. R-I 083001 NORTH PLATTE CO. R-I 392 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH SHELBY 102081 NORTH SHELBY 393 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH ST. FRANCOIS CO. R-I 094083 NORTH ST. FRANCOIS CO. R-I 394 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTH WOOD R-IV 033094 NORTH WOOD R-IV 395 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTHEAST NODAWAY CO. R-V 074194 NORTHEAST NODAWAY CO. R-V 396 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTHEAST RANDOLPH CO. R-IV 088072 NORTHEAST RANDOLPH CO. R-IV 397 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTHEAST VERNON CO. R-I 108147 NORTHEAST VERNON CO. R-I 398 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIV 118118 NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIV 399 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTHWEST R-I 050001 NORTHWEST R-I 400 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORTHWESTERN R-I 021148 NORTHWESTERN R-I 401 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes NORWOOD R-I 114112 NORWOOD R-I 402 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OAK GROVE R-VI 048070 OAK GROVE R-VI 403 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OAK HILL R-I 033091 OAK HILL R-I 404 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OAK RIDGE R-VI 016094 OAK RIDGE R-VI 405 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ODESSA R-VII 054041 ODESSA R-VII 406 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ORAN R-III 100065 ORAN R-III 407 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ORCHARD FARM R-V 092091 ORCHARD FARM R-V 408 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OREARVILLE R-IV 097118 OREARVILLE R-IV 409 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OREGON-HOWELL R-III 075086 OREGON-HOWELL R-III 410 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes ORRICK R-XI 089087 ORRICK R-XI 411 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OSAGE CO. R-I 076081 OSAGE CO. R-I 412 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OSAGE CO. R-II 076082 OSAGE CO. R-II 413 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OSAGE CO. R-III 076083 OSAGE CO. R-III 414 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OSBORN R-O 032054 OSBORN R-O 415 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OSCEOLA 093124 OSCEOLA 416 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OTTERVILLE R-VI 027058 OTTERVILLE R-VI 417 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OZARK R-VI 022093 OZARK R-VI 418 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 640121 OZARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE 419 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PAIDEIA ACADEMY 115905 PAIDEIA ACADEMY 420 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PALMYRA R-I 064074 PALMYRA R-I 421 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PARIS R-II 069109 PARIS R-II 422 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PARK COLLEGE, PARKVILLE 511931 PARK COLLEGE, PARKVILLE 423 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PARK HILL 083005 PARK HILL 424 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PARKWAY C-2 096095 PARKWAY C-2 425 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PATTONSBURG R-II 031116 PATTONSBURG R-II 426 7/1/2006
1/17/2008
DESE_District_Codes PATTONVILLE R-III 096090 PATTONVILLE R-III 427 7/1/2006
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DESE_District_Codes PEMISCOT CO. R-III 078003 PEMISCOT CO. R-III 428 7/1/2006
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