Registration is open for the annual Counting Kids Workshops led by Laurel Murdie, KSDE’s Fiscal Auditing director.
Make plans to attend one of the in-person sessions conducted at 11 locations throughout the state to learn more about counting kids on count day and the information needed to enter into the KIDS system for funding purposes.
New this year: How to ensure that student data is secure.
The Enrollment Handbook for the 2022-2023 School Year is updated and now posted on the Fiscal Auditing webpage, under “Audit Guides.” New information is highlighted in yellow and will be discussed at the Counting Kids Workshops. Enrollment Handbook FY23.pdf (ksde.org)
KSDE Information Technology (IT) staff members will discuss the steps needed to keep personally identifiable student information secure. The same material will be covered at each workshop. The events won’t be recorded.
Dates and Locations:
Monday, Aug. 29 - Oakley
Tuesday, Aug. 30 - Cimarron
Wednesday, Aug 31 - Hutchinson
Friday, Sept. 2 - Hiawatha
Tuesday, Sept. 6 - Topeka (morning and afternoon sessions)
Wednesday, Sept. 7 - Kansas City (morning)
Wednesday, Sept. 7 - Olathe (afternoon)
Monday, Sept. 12 - Salina
Tuesday, Sept. 13 - Andover (morning)
Tuesday, Sept. 13 - Maize (afternoon)
Wednesday, Sept. 14 - Girard (Greenbush)
Session times, addresses and registration deadlines are viewable at Counting Kids Workshops.
Registration is required. Online registration is set up through the KSDE Training Portal: https://learning.ksde.org/.
If you have not previously used the KSDE Training Portal, please first register at the portal site and then select Counting Kids 2022-23 to register for the session of your choice. There is no cost to attend. However, because of limited seating, registration may close early at some locations.
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