Employee Code of Conduct

The Christian community, including that part involved in education, has always strived to identify how Christians should live. Scripture directs us to faithful responses to God in daily affairs, shaping those responses towards what they ought to be. God, who is the light illuminating all actions, encourages us to reflect goodness, compassion and understanding in the workplace, thus fostering maturity and growth in our ethical behavior and decision-making.


We do this by:

¨          encouraging one another

¨          respecting one another

¨          trusting one another

¨          living and working in harmony with each other

¨          accepting mutual responsibility for each other

¨          serving one another in love

¨          submitting to one another

¨          praying for one another


(Hebrews 10:24,25; Romans 15:2-7; Eph. 5:21; Rom. 12; Gal. 5:13, 22)


All relationships should be guided by the principles set forth in I Corinthians 12 and 13. However, when breakdowns do occur, they should be dealt with promptly and honestly. Matthew 18:15-20 outlines how concerns should be handled. Grievances must first be brought to the person involved. If an issue cannot be resolved in this manner, only then should a third party be brought in, i.e., principal, director of operations, preschool director, or superintendent to resolve the dispute.


Throughout any stage in resolving conflicts, respect, honesty and love must be key elements.

 In relationships to students we are called to…



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