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