Assertive Discipline codes can be set up prior to use through the Update Code Table. From the School Info/Configurations node on the Navigation tree select Update Code Table. Select the ADS table for the Assertive Discipline form or the DIS table for the Discipline form. A sort code can be entered that will change the order of the codes in the dropdown, and the codes can be translated into up to six languages.
Select the Field CD and enter all student infractions listed in the Ed Code, the school/district handbook(s), Board Policy, etc. The drop-down listings on the Assertive Discipline and Discipline forms will display the information entered in the Code Table.
NOTE: Code Setup for student infractions should be entered in two informational tables – the Code Table and Suspendable Offense Code Table.
All Disposition (DS) codes will be set up in the DSP table and should contain all penalties or consequences. The disposition codes can also be sorted and can be translated into up to six languages.
Setup Suspendable Offense Codes
From the School Info | Configurations node on the Navigation tree select Update Suspendable Offense Codes. Enter all suspendable infractions, citing Ed Code sections, Board Policy, etc. Indicate whether each infraction is reported on the Crime Report, could lead to possible expulsion, etc. The Suspendable Offense Codes can be translated into up to six languages. Select the Correspondence Language button at the top of the screen to view the translations.
The Update SSA Date field will auto populate the students Safe Schools Act or SSA Date field if a code is selected that is tagged as Y or X.
Discipline and Suspension Letters
From the School Info| Letter Texts node on the Navigation tree select the Discipline Letter Text Editor or the Suspension Letter Text Editor. All letters created will display under Letter ID. Select to Add or Change the Discipline Letter or the Suspension Letter to parents. When completed select Save. These letters will then be available to print when students violate school rules. The following is an example of a Discipline Letter Text Editor.
The following is an example of a Suspension Letter Text Editor.
NOTE: Note: If using multiple Suspension Letters, the default letter needs to remain with the Letter ID of "Suspension1"