The purpose of this track is to help the person responsible for submitting KIDS data to KSDE and people responsible for student data entry in a local Student Information System (SIS) learn more about the KIDS submission process and data elements. Participants learn how KIDS data is used by the State and Federal governments, and how it impacts school and district funding. The course will offer insight on how to create a culture of quality data through accurate data entry and focus on enabling you to help create a culture of data quality through effective data auditing and submission practices. You will work with experienced KIDS trainers and other school employees from across the State who also work with and submit student data to KIDS. This track features a hands-on, practical approach to learning more about the KIDS system and includes a practical approach to learning more about the KIDS data elements, KIDS vocabulary, and KIDS reports.

Who should attend? This track is designed for staff members who organize and submit the batch files to KIDS or for staff members who assist in entering KIDS data into a local Student Information System (SIS). Including Technology Coordinators, KIDS Coordinators, Office Managers, School Secretaries/Administrative Assistants, SIS Administrators, Administrative Assistants, Office Managers, or other school support employees or any school support employee who works directly with the KIDS Collection System. 

The purpose of this track is to help the person responsible for submitting KIDS data to KSDE and people responsible for student data entry in a local Student Information System (SIS) learn more about the KIDS submission process and data elements. Participants learn how KIDS data is used by the State and Federal governments, and how it impacts school and district funding. The course will offer insight on how to create a culture of quality data through accurate data entry and focus on enabling you to help create a culture of data quality through effective data auditing and submission practices. You will work with experienced KIDS trainers and other school employees from across the State who also work with and submit student data to KIDS. This track features a hands-on, practical approach to learning more about the KIDS system and includes a practical approach to learning more about the KIDS data elements, KIDS vocabulary, and KIDS reports.

Who should attend? This track is designed for staff members who organize and submit the batch files to KIDS or for staff members who assist in entering KIDS data into a local Student Information System (SIS). Including Technology Coordinators, KIDS Coordinators, Office Managers, School Secretaries/Administrative Assistants, SIS Administrators, Administrative Assistants, Office Managers, or other school support employees or any school support employee who works directly with the KIDS Collection System.