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Individual Non-Public School Report

To:Principals of Non-Public Schools
From:Mitchell D. Chester, Ed.D.
Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education
Date:September 19, 2008


I am pleased to announce that the Fall 2008 Individual Non-Public School Report will be available for you to complete using a web-based form. The paper version will continue to be available for download from our website and can be mailed in to the Department. Each year the information you provide is used for a range of important purposes both at the state and national levels, including federal grant allocations.

To access the report online, please send an email to

with the following information. This email account will be in place through the end of the calendar year to assist in the data collection process.

  • School code
  • School name
  • City/Town of school's location
  • Contact information for individual completing the report (First Name, Last Name, email address and phone number)

You will receive a reply email containing detailed instructions for completing the online form.

To complete the paper report, you may download the form at the following link: Return the completed form to:

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Data Collection/3rd Floor

350 Main Street

Malden, MA 02148-5023

The online form or the paper report are due in the Department by November 7, 2008. If you need any assistance, please call the Data Collection office at 781-338-DATA (3282).

Thank you for your cooperation.

c: Public School Superintendents

Last Updated: September 19, 2008

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