We at jmc know that not every solution is one-size-fits-all. Therefore, when you need to add problem behaviors to jmc discipline, jmc has made it easy for you by allowing office staff to enter a vast number of user-defined problem behaviors in just a few steps. Let's get started!

Go to Discipline > Data > Edit Problem Behaviors in jmc Office to edit the user-defined set of discipline problem behaviors used in student discipline records.

Step One: Review the predefined "Problem Behaviors" carefully before adding any of your own user-defined "Problem Behaviors" to avoid duplications between the two sets.

Step Two: Click the "Edit" link next to the problem behavior in the "Predefined Problem Behaviors" field to mark that behavior as "Frequently Used".

Helpful Tip: Marking a predefined problem behavior as frequently used will sort those problem behaviors to the top of the list when filling out a student discipline record.

Step Three: Click the "Edit" link next to a row in the "User Defined Problem Behaviors" list to edit a behavior or choose a blank row to enter a new problem behavior.

Step Four: Enter the behavior as you would like it to appear to staff when they need to enter a discipline infraction in the "Name" field.

Helpful Tip: Delete the text from the "Name" field to remove a behavior from the list.

Step Five: Click the "Update" link on the row you're editing to save the changes to the selected behavior or click the "Cancel" link to discard your changes.

Step Six: Click the "Print" button to print the entire list of problem behaviors.

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