Periods are used in combination with days to create schedule expressions. For example, a section of Biology that meets for the first period on each day of a two-day schedule has the expression 1(A-B). Periods are also part of what is defined as a section meeting.
Short version of the Name used for this period, such as p1, 1, etc.
Unique identifier for this table. Indexed. Required.
Sequential number generated by the application, but uniqueness in the table is not guaranteed. Indexed.
Name of the period, such as Period 1, Study Hall, etc.
Period number for this record, such as 1, 2, etc. Indexed.
If used, a unique identifier for the row. Currently applicable to multi-tenant, Schoolnet, and Pearson SuccessNet/Pearson SuccessNet Plus.
The School_Number of the associated Schools record.
The sort order to display the periods when necessary.
A number representing which year the term belongs to, such as 13 for 2003-2004, if not cumulative. See StoreCode. The number is equal to the ID of the year term divided by 100.