In this article, we’ll be looking at how to configure your Report Cards in QuickSchools to contain a Conduct section (sometimes called “Behaviour”, “Citizenship” or “Character Development”) typical for elementary / primary school report cards. There are 2 available methods. This article discusses how to enter Conduct criteria directly into the Report Card template.
There is alternate method to set up “Conduct” as a subject instead. This is discussed in a separate article. Please check out:
For a comparison between the two methods, please check out this article:
Setting up the Report Cards in this manner is pretty straight forward. Simply select a Report Card Template that supports Report-Level Criteria, and click on the “Customize RC Criteria” link on the far right. In this example, we’ll be using the “Quarterly Classic” template as an example:
Once you click on it, you’ll be taken to the “Edit report card-level criteria” page:
Use the available fields to add either a text field, a dropdown, a header, a comment, a likert or a likert header. The new fields should appear in the Conduct Section:
If you add a “Dropdown”, clicking on the field will allow you to modify the options for the dropdown:
Finally, once you’ve saved the settings, you can open up a student’s report card, and manually enter the evaluations for the Conduct Section:
If you find a report card template that you like, which currently does not support the Conduct Section, or does not support specific fields that you’d like to use in the Conduct section, please contact our technical support staff, and we can add support for it.