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Incidents of Prohibited Behavior Certification
School Administrative Units are required to enter and certify incidents of prohibited behavior data into the Infinite Campus Behavior Tab. This certificaiton must be completed even if there are no incidents to report to assure that the report is complete with "zero" events. It is imperative that known student offenders be identified. The identification of known student offenders allows the Maine Department of Education (the Department) to determine federally required indicators regarding race, ethnicity, special education status, and disciplinary action taken however the names will not reported. If you have any questions about the disclosure of student names, please read Informational Letter #86, issued March 19, 2007. The letter is available at the following website: http://www.maine.gov/education/edletrs/2007/ilet/07ilet086.htm
What is the due date of the Behavior Certification?
For instructions on how to report Incidents of Prohibited Behavior in Infinite Campus, refer to the following websites:
How to find the Behavior Reports and Behavior Data Certification form in ICSE:
Users with the proper access to behavior in ICSE can find the report and certification form under the "ME State Reporting" section on the Index tab. You must verify your exit data using the "Behavior Incidents by School" report prior to certification. This report will include each event, resolution and the offender for verifying the events were entered correctly for the current year. If errors are found on the report, make changes in Infinite Campus, and run the report again. Once the "Behavior Incidents by School" report is correct for ALL schools in the district, the "Behavior Data Certification" form should be signed and returned to the Department. Changes should not be handwritten on the certification report. Please Note: The certification form ONLY displays aggregate values.
The "Behavior Data Certification" form must be certified by each school administrative unit's Superintendent, even if there are no behavior events to report. This certification must be done before the end of the school year. Please check the Commissioner's Weekly Updates for the specific date the certification form is due.
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