SchoolPrayer maintains a policy of prohibiting harassment and antagonizing behavior. SchoolPrayer advocates maintaining a positive relationship with school administrators and respecting the administration’s responsibility to protect our students.

Harassment is strictly prohibited: Harassing conduct includes but is not limited to epithets, slurs or negative stereotyping ; threatening, intimidating or hostile acts; demeaning jokes; display or circulation of written or graphic material that shows hostility or aversion toward an individual or group (including through email); and acts, language, or conduct meant to induce a negative or hostile response from another individual. Any employee, agent, or volunteer of SchoolPrayer who harasses a member of the school or anyone associated with the school, may no longer be allowed to be registered or associated with SchoolPrayer. Under this policy, harassment that may include verbal or physical conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or aversion toward an individual because of his/her race, color, religion, national origin, or any other protected classification as established by law, will not be tolerated.


SchoolPrayer prohibits sexual misconduct. The following list is intended to illustrate inappropriate behavior involving students but not to describe every kind of prohibited behavior.

  • Joking about matters involving sex, using double entendre, or making suggestive remarks of a sexual nature.
  • Displaying sexually inappropriate materials or objects.
  • Making any sexual advance, whether written, verbal, or physical, or engaging in any activity of a sexual or romantic nature.
  • Kissing of any kind.
  • Intruding on a student’s personal space (e.g. by email, text messaging, or through social media) on a matter that does not pertain to school. Electronic communications with students generally are to be sent simultaneously to multiple recipients and not just to one student except when the communication is clearly school-related and inappropriate for persons other than the individual student to receive (i.e. grades).
  • Discussing your personal issues or problems that should normally be discussed with adults.
  • Giving a student a gift of a personal nature.
  • Giving a student a ride in your vehicle without first obtaining the express permission of the student’s parents or a school administrator.
  • Inviting a student to your residence without first obtaining the express permission of the student’s parents or a school administrator.
  • Going to a student’s home when the student’s parent(s) or a proper chaperone is not present.
  • Repeatedly seeking to be alone with a student.
  • Being alone in a room with an individual student at school with the door closed, absent compelling mitigating circumstances.
  • Any after-school hours activity with only one student.
  • Any other behavior which exploits the special position of trust and authority between an employee and student.


This list is not exhaustive. Any behavior which exploits the student is unacceptable. If In doubt, ask yourself, “Would I be doing this if my family or colleagues were standing next to me?”