Editing student health history is used to maintain individual health history records for students. Each health history record in jmc may contain the date, grade level, a checkmark for flagging the record, and one or two other fields, depending upon the category. You can even attach documents to the student's health history to provide further information of the health records attached to a student!
Let's explore how to edit a student's health history begin in jmc Office, navigate to Health > Health History > Edit Student Health History.
Step One: Select the student to be edited by entering the student’s name in the "Find" field.
Helpful Tip: Select the "Grade" from the drop-down list to view records for just one specific grade level.
Step Two: Click the "Add Row" link to add a new health history record for the currently displayed student or click the "Edit" link beside the existing health history record to edit.
Helpful Tip: Click the "Delete" link beside a record to delete an existing health history record for the currently displayed student.
Step Three: Enter or edit the category, date, grade, field A/B, or comment in the appropriate fields and drop-down lists.
Step Four: Click the "Update" link beside the record to save the changes or click the "Cancel" link to discard your changes.
Fun Fact: Click the checkbox under the "Flag" column to flag health history records for later review.
Step Four (optional): Attach a file to a student's health history for further detail.
Click the "Change File" link at the bottom of the page to attach a file to a student's health history.
Click the "Select" button to browse for the pdf file you would like to attach to this student's health history.
Browse to locate the file and click the "Open" button to attach the file to the student's record.
Helpful Tip: If you'd like to remove a file from a student's record click the "Change File" link and then the "No File" link to remove a file.
Step Five: Click the "Print" button to print the list of health history records for the currently displayed student.