In jmc's Discipline module, the student's behavior which caused you to create a discipline record is called a problem behavior. A list of common predefined problem behaviors are available for your use. However, we know you probably have problem behaviors specific to your school so add your own user defined problem behaviors to the list.

To start customizing the list of problem behaviors, head to Discipline > Data > Edit Problem Behaviors in jmc Office.

Step One: Click the "Edit" link to edit a problem behavior name in the "User Defined Problem Behaviors" list.

Step Two: Enter a name for the problem behavior in the appropriate field under the "Name" column.

Step Three: Click the "Update" link to save your problem behavior name, or click the "Cancel" link to discard your changes.

Step Four: Click the "Print" button to print the entire list of predefined and user defined problem behaviors for future reference.

Helpful Tip: Review the "Predefined Problem Behaviors" before adding your own "User Defined Problem Behaviors" to avoid duplications between the predefined list of problem behaviors and your user defined list of problem behaviors.

Fun Fact: If your state department of education collects discipline data, the User Defined Problem Behaviors will not be included with state reporting submissions since they are not defined by the state.

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