Data Collection Forms

Annual Survey of Charter School Enrollments and Poverty Status for FY 2019-20

DUE: October 30, 2019

In order to determine the 2019-20 Title I final allocations, each Charter School LEA is required to submit enrollment data to the New York State Education Department (NYSED), Office of Education Finance. We require the total number of enrolled students ages 5-17, the total number of enrolled students ages 5-17 that are eligible for free or reduced lunch (FRPL) and the public school district in which those students reside. If your Charter School is not listed in the drop-down section below, please contact Tina Santiago.

If your school participates in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), your school is not automatically 100 percent FRPL. The school is still required to submit actual FRPL information.

Name of Charter School:
Contact Information:

(A) Identify each public school district of residence from which your students originate
(NOTE: NYC charter schools should be using BRONX (TOTAL), BROOKLYN (TOTAL), MANHATTAN (TOTAL), QUEENS (TOTAL) or RICHMOND (TOTAL) from the drop down menu and if there are districts outside of NYC those should also be selected. Please do not use NYC with the geographical information.)
(B) Identify the total number of enrolled students ages 5-17 from the selected district
(C) Identify the total number of enrolled students ages 5-17 eligible for free or reduced price lunch (FRPL) from the selected district

(A) Public School District of Residence (B) Enrolled Students (C) FRPL Students
  • Be sure to print out this form before clicking on "Submit". This will be your only record of transmittal.
  • If you need additional lines, please submit a second form.
  • If you have any questions, please contact Tina Santiago (518.408.1823).

Certification by Chief Administration Official of Institution

I CERTIFY that the information provided on this survey is, to the best of my knowledge, complete and accurate. A knowingly false claim on this report is a criminal offense under U.S. Code, Title 18, Section 1001 or Section 387.

Last Updated: September 11, 2019