states that a person who is employed by a charter school or who is an applicant for employment with a charter school, who is arrested for or charged with a nonappealable offense listed in A.R.S. §41-1758.03(B)
, and who does not immediately report the arrest or charge to the person’s supervisor or potential employer is guilty of unprofessional conduct and the person shall be immediately dismissed from employment with the charter school or immediately excluded from potential employment with the charter school.
Additionally, A.R.S. §15-183(C)(9)
states that a person who is employed by a charter school and who is convicted of any nonappealable offense in A.R.S. §41-1758.03(B)
or is convicted of any nonappealable offense that amounts to unprofessional conduct under A.R.S. §15-550
shall immediately do all of the following: 1) surrender any certificates issued by the Arizona Department of Education; 2) notify the person’s employer or potential employer of the conviction; 3) notify the Department of Public Safety of the conviction; and 4) surrender the person’s fingerprint clearance card.
Further, A.R.S. §15-203(A)(36)
requires the State Board of Education to adopt rules to prohibit a person from certification who violates the notification requirements, certification surrender requirements or fingerprint clearance card surrender requirements for at least 10 years after the date of the violation.