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Before you enter behavior records, you can customize the user-defined behavior lists. Then, when you enter behaviors, you can select the Action Taken, Behavior Code, and Unit Type from the customized lists you created.

An Action Taken is a brief description of the type of discipline or follow-up to a discipline issue that will be taken. Examples include: Referred to principal, Suspended, Write sentences, or Expelled.

 To customize the Action Taken list
  1. On the Home screen, click Define Lists.
  2. In the Available Fields list, expand Behavior.
  3. Click Action Taken.
  4. Click Add. The Behavior Action Taken dialog box displays.
  5. Enter a description, and click OK.
  6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each action taken you want to add.
  7. Click OK.


Behavior Codes are generally one-or-two word descriptions that generally describe a type of behavior. Examples include: Fighting, Disruptive, or Truancy.

 To customize the Behavior Code list
  1. On the Home screen, click Define Lists.
  2. In the Available Fields list, expand Behavior.
  3. Click Behavior Code.
  4. Click Add. The New Behavior Code dialog box displays.
  5. Enter an behavior code, and click OK.
  6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each behavior code you want to add.
  7. Click OK.


Unit Type is the category or value that will be awarded the student for behavior. Examples include: Demerits or Days. When entering behavior records, you can assign a numerical value to the unit type, such as 3 demerits or 4 days of suspension.

 To customize the Unit Type list
  1. On the Home screen, click Define Lists.
  2. In the Available Fields list, expand Behavior.
  3. Click Unit Type.
  4. Click Add. The New Behavior Unit Type dialog box displays.
  5. Enter a unit type, and click OK.
  6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each unit type you want to add.
  7. Click OK.