At Challenger School, the well-being of students is a top priority in everything we do. All of our programs, policies, and procedures comply with applicable legal requirements. California law requires Challenger School to post the following section from our employee code of conduct:
Challenger Employee Handbook, Section 1.2.9—Critical Rules for Relating to Children
Challenger employees must:
- Be warm and caring to students in order to show support, understanding, and encouragement, such as offering a genuine smile or giving a hug, a pat on the shoulder, a "high-five," or a handshake;
- Be decisive, firm, confident, and resolute when correcting a child’s action but may not speak to or touch children in an angry, punishing, sexual, sexually suggestive, demeaning, or ridiculing manner;
- Never leave children unattended or unsupervised;
- Never be alone with a student.