Pam Ridenour 425-837-7555
Schedule: Th, Fri, & some Weds
The more time your kids spend online, the more they will see, watch, play, read, and interact. Educate yourself to ways to keep your kids safe.
Common Sense Media
OSPI Internet Safety
US Department of Justice
Parenting Classes in the Area
Parenting Classes in Issaquah School District
Why do we have a PRIDE Program at Challenger?
The PRIDE Program at Challenger allows us to teach character and in turn to have a safe, caring, and effective school. Part of the success of a program such as this is the partnerships between parents and schools. As parents and educators it’s our desire for our children to become the best they can be. Not only to assist our students in growing up to be smart but also good, honest, decent citizens. In order to do this our kids need a strong work ethic, self-discipline, and perseverance in order to succeed in school and in life. They need character qualities such as respect and responsibility in order to have positive interpersonal relationships and live in a community.
October PRIDE Skill:
Cooperation: Working together with others
2-1-1 Community Resources Online Database
You can access a Community Resources Database by calling 2-1-1. This number will allow you to speak to an Information & Referral Specialist for assistance. If you are calling from an out-of-state number, please dial toll-free: 1-877-211-WASH (9274).
211 Information and Referral Specialists are available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, excluding holidays.
Answer a few questions and find out what services are available to you from a broad range of federal, state and local resources. Through a secure personal account on the site, you can even apply online for some benefits such as cash, food, and medical assistance; child care; long-term care; and drug and alcohol treatment.