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This quiz is for people volunteering with children ages 0-10.
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How often are you required to attend Child/Youth Protection Training?
Every 3 years
Every 7 years
Every 5 years
The proper procedure to secure a classroom when there is a stranger on campus is to:
Secure the window covering, lock the door, turn off the lights, close the blinds.
Turn off the lights, secure the window covering, close the blinds, lock the door.
Ensure the door is locked from the outside, secure the window covering, close all blinds, turn off the lights.
Lock the door, secure the window covering, turn off the lights, close the blinds.
The Florida Statute 39.201 entitled “Mandatory Reports” states that “Any person who knows, or has reasonable cause to suspect, that a child is abused, abandoned or neglected..." ___________ report such knowledge.
All of the following are acceptable ways to modify a child’s off-task behavior except:
Using eye contact and proximity as a nonverbal way to modify behavior.
Catch the child doing something good and then complimenting him or her for it.
Redirect the child by giving he or she a job to do.
Getting very close to the child’s face while speaking very loudly and harshly to modify behavior.
The preferred way to monitor children in the bathroom is:
Have two screened adults stand outside the bathroom and listen to what the children are doing.
Allow two same-sex children to leave the classroom, go to the bathroom, and return together.
Place yourself halfway in the bathroom doorway so that you can monitor the children while also being seen from the hallway by a second screened adult.
Have one screened adult go into the bathroom to monitor the children.
Where must the youth evacuate to during a tornado?
Downstairs bathrooms of Kasey Mogle
The comic book room
There is no need to evacuate in high winds
Outside to the basketball courts
Much like the Children's Ministry policy, the Youth portion of Child and Youth Protection asks for at least how many screened adults in a room?
If a student asks to discuss something with you while you are volunteering, you should ____.
tell the student you cannot talk
tell the student to meet you off campus late at night
go to a private area to talk
ask the student if you can bring another screened adult, Burt or Chad into the conversation
If you read something concerning on a student's social media profile, you should ____.
comment something nice on the student's post
ignore it and hope it gets better
comment a sarcastic response
Screened adults should monitor their own social media accounts to ensure they are sending a proper, postitive Christian message to students.
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