Our goal is to be proactive in our prevention initiatives and reasonable with our reactive measures. On this page, we have compiled resources and previous communication that have been shared with our parents and employees regarding COVID-19. We will continue to update this page as new information develops.
Access our summer online learning information here, and see below for the current status of each campus:
We’re pleased that so many of our campuses have been allowed to open. We continue to look forward to the day when all of our campuses can resume regular on-campus instruction, which provides the most effective learning environment and results. In the meantime, for those who are not able or who choose not to join us on campus, our online learning program will provide a positive means to keep students thinking and learning throughout the summer.
Beginning Monday, June 8, 2020, we will provide new daily videos and applications for kindergarten through eighth grade students that will focus on math, grammar, writing, and reading skills. At this time, we will not be creating new online preschool materials for summer, but our effective Phonics Fun kit is available for purchase. This kit includes videos, music, and books to teach phonics with the same proven principles used in every Challenger preschool.
If you’d like to have your kindergarten through eighth-grade child participate in summer online learning, access the application and policies here. Complete the application and Release and Agreement, and email both to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no application fee for summer online learning. To learn more, contact any campus.
Challenger has increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting "high touch areas," including restroom fixtures, cubbies, desks, door handles, computer labs, drinking fountains, keyboards, chairs, etc.
If we are informed of a confirmed exposure to the coronavirus, we will conduct a thorough cleaning and disinfection before we resume operations. We will spray and wipe surfaces and fog the campus with electrostatic sprayers charged with chemicals that are effective against COVID-19. This practice has been proven to disinfect and slow the progression of the virus. We are prepared to complete this task on a daily basis.