Select the name of the student you are entering the behavior record for.
Behavior codes are generally brief descriptions or categories of behavior issues, and they are set up in Options. Examples of behavior codes include: Fighting, Truancy, or Good Behavior.
Enter an explanation of the behavior incident. For example, “Brison yelled at the teacher after being asked to take her seat.”
The teacher who reported the student's behavior.
The date defaults to “today’s date.”
Select an individual who has the duty to make sure the school responds to the student's behavior if necessary. For example, principal, vice principal, teacher, or coach are examples of individuals who can follow up on a student's discipline.
Click the Action Taken drop-down list and select a description of the action. Or, select New from the Action Taken list and enter a new action taken. The action date is the date that the school's response to the behavior should take place.
The date that the school's response to the behavior took place.
Select a Unit Type (demerits, merits) from the Unit Type list or select New and enter a new unit type.
The number of units (demerits, merits, hours) assigned to the behavior. For example, if the student receives demerits for fighting, select Demerits from the unit type list and type 5 in the units field.
This true/false field is used to record whether the school's response to the behavior was completed.
You can use the Notes field to further document disciplinary activity such as conversations with parents, students, or school and law enforcement officials.