Attention: WNYRIC Regional Data Warehouse reports (Level 1), L2RPT SIRS reports (Level 2), and Test Scoring reports will be unavailable on Friday, February 15th

The WNYRIC Data Warehouse maintenance window is every Thursday between 4 pm and 7pm. You may be unable to access Level 1 and Level 2 reports during this time.

Data News

NYSED has published guidelines for avoiding the unnecessary transmittal of personally identifiable information (PII) through email. We encourage districts to use these guidelines when contacting WNYRIC Dataview or other support teams for help with data issues. Click here for more information.

January Regents exams are behind us and we are actively involved in item mapping. Our Item Mapping process has been streamlined and incorporated into this website to make the process as easy as possible. All resources needed for mapping are now located in one easy-to-use place. If you are interested in Item Mapping, click the Item Mapping link in the menu bar above. All qualified educators are welcome to item map, you just have to be certified in the area in which you are mapping. Thanks for your help!

These pages have a lot of information that is useful to you as a person involved in data collection and reporting. Check out the links above for more information.

Remember to register for a March DDC Meeting if you haven’t already. Click here to view the schedule and register.

About Us

WNYRIC provides Data Warehouse services for over 450 public school districts, private, and charter schools across New York State. Using e-Scholar software and NYSED data cleansing software, WNYRIC collects P-12 educational data from multiple sources including student management systems, HR/Financial systems, and Test Scanning and Scoring software. WNYRIC houses this data in a regional data warehouse, using it to produce reports and making it available to NYSED per documented NYSED deadlines.

For districts, the following services are mandatory:

  • Data Warehouse Base Service 
  • Data Warehouse Base Service Building
  • NYSED Data Collection and Reporting Base Service
  • NYSED Data Collection and Reporting RWADA
For WNYRIC Charter School or WNYRIC non-public school pricing, contact Maggie Maloney at (716) 821-7466.

For training and support service information, refer to our Service Directory, or contact Maggie Maloney at (716) 821-7466. Our Data Warehouse support team acts as the first point of guidance and support for data collection activities and data reporting applications. If you need assistance or more information, please email our team at


Data Security Information

The NYS RIC Data Security and Privacy Resource Center is an effort to inform the educational community about issues and best practices related to protecting student, teacher, and principal data.

The National Education Technology Plan is the flagship educational technology policy document for the United States from the Department of Education Office of Educational Technology. The Infrastructure section contains information on protecting student data and privacy, and device and network management.

The Privacy and Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) is a “one-stop” resource established by the U.S. Department of Education to provide training materials, information, and guidance on data privacy, confidentiality, and security.

The Consortium for School Networking (COSN) is a professional association for district technology leaders. Focus areas include Instruction, Leadership and Vision, and IT management.

The Data Quality Campaign (DQC) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan national advocacy group that supports state policy makers and other key leaders to promote the effective use of data and improve student achievement.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. 

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WNYRIC Data Warehouse

355 Harlem Rd

West Seneca NY 14224

Phone: (716) 821-7466

Fax:  (716) 821-7432


WNYRIC Service Desk

Phone:  (716) 821-7171 


(800) 872-0780