Registration > Maintenance > District Profile > District Information > District Maintenance > Control Info
This tab allows the district to set up control options to handle state and local ID numbers and other information affecting registration.
|Ending School Year||
The ending year of the school year to which you logged on is displayed.
The beginning and ending years of the school year to which you logged on are displayed.
|First Available State ID||
Type the lowest valid state ID number assigned to the district by the state (S + eight digits).
|Last Available State ID||
Type the highest valid state ID number assigned to the district by the state (S + eight digits).
|Next Available State ID||
Type the ID number to use for the next student needing a state-assigned ID (S + eight digits).
|Assign State ID Number||
Select to automatically assign the next state ID to students who do not have social security numbers. If not selected, IDs must be manually entered for each student.
|Default Home Language Cd||
Click to select the home language that will be the default in the student record when that field is left blank.
|Auto Assign Student ID||
Select to automatically assign local student IDs when students are enrolled. If not selected, the student IDs must be manually assigned by the campus.
|Starting Student ID||
Type the lowest student ID number from which to begin automatically assigning student IDs.
|Student Application Staff ID||
The field indicates whether the district uses the social security number or employee number as the staff ID. If set to SSN, you can change it to Employee Number by running the Set Staff ID to Employee Number utility.
|Campus Can Maintain Record Status||
Select to allow campuses to change a student's established record status (i.e., the Record Status field on Maintenance > Student Enrollment > Demo1).
It is recommended that districts do not select this option. The student record status is updated automatically, so a campus should only change a student's record status when absolutely necessary.
|Pre-Print Withdraw Form||
Select to allow a withdrawal form to be printed before the student is withdrawn from the campus.
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