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Getting a handle on jmc's Discipline module
Getting a handle on jmc's Discipline module

Keeps all stakeholders in the know about student problem behavior and track school wide discipline statistics.

Bill McElmury avatar
Written by Bill McElmury
Updated over a week ago

The Discipline module in jmc Office offers a streamlined process for teachers to record disciplinary interactions, enabling administrators to review behavior patterns, track state reporting requirements, and share updated information with families and relevant stakeholders. Users can create custom problem behaviors and actions or select from a list of predefined options within the module, saving valuable teaching time.

To get started, log in to jmc Office and head to the Discipline module to view its features.


The Discipline module in jmc Office provides a seamless experience for entering, editing, and customizing disciplinary actions and infractions. With four key pages in the data menu, users can easily manage student discipline records, including viewing current and past records, entering new incidents, and editing existing ones.

  • Edit Student Discipline: one-stop shop for a student's discipline history

    • View discipline records from the current and prior school years.

    • See a complete view of the student's permanent record.

    • Enter new or edit existing discipline records.

  • Edit Problem Behaviors: a list of common discipline infractions for your school

    • Edit and create User Defined Problem Behaviors to customize the module for your needs.

    • View jmc's preloaded, non-editable list of discipline problem behaviors.

  • Edit Actions: a list of common consequences resulting from the discipline infractions

    • Edit and create User Defined Actions to customize the module for your needs.

    • View jmc's preloaded, non-editable list of disciplinary actions.

  • Merge Discipline Referrals: review discipline referrals from teachers and convert them to formal discipline records

    • Accept or reject disciplinary referrals submitted by teachers via jmc Teacher.

    • View a student’s previous problem behavior totals while accepting a new referral.

    • Send the disciplinary record to a student's primary contact, advisor, or referring teacher.


The Discipline module in jmc Office is equipped with a variety of reports that offer valuable insights into student discipline records. These reports provide the necessary tools to effectively manage and analyze disciplinary data, enabling informed decision-making and the establishment of a positive disciplinary environment in your school or district.

  • Student: report on student infractions with each student on a separate page

    • View all of your student Discipline records in one report for any date range within this school year.

    • Print the report for one student or a group of students.

  • Discipline Query: report on students matching your selection criteria

    • Query a specific problem behavior and/or consequence in a date range.

    • Selection criteria include the number of occurrences, which problem behaviors/actions, which reporting person(s), and other sorting and detail options.

  • Discipline Summary: report summarizing subtotals by a variety of breakdowns

    • Summary of all students for a specified date range, including breakdowns by problem behavior, action, and reporting person.

    • View the total number and percentages of discipline referrals with a bar graph for easy review of the data.

  • Discipline Incident: report of all state reportable discipline incidents for the current year

    • List of all state reportable discipline incidents across the district for the current year including perpetrators and victims sorted by incident number.

    • Print the report or export to a CSV file with additional student information, including state ID number.

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