Comprehensive Sexual Health (AB 329) Training and Pilot (7th – 12th only)
K-8, Middle and High Schools
In January of 2016, the state assembly signed the California Healthy Youth Act into law. The law overhauls our previous sexual health curriculum and mandates that schools address a more robust and comprehensive curriculum. This year, we convened a committee of teachers to sift through and choose a comprehensive curriculum that is in compliance with the new law. The state requires that comprehensive sexual health education is taught to all students once in middle school and once in high school. We will be preparing teachers to pilot the curriculum this year (between April and June) and teach the curriculum next year 2017-2018.
We are hosting a training on April 5th (middle school) and 6th (high school) – all pilot teachers must attend the training. Teachers that aren’t piloting but still want to attend can also sign up. Training is from 8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. We will pay for subs for teachers.
Principals can sign up to be a pilot school here: http://tinyurl.com/AB329scusd
If you would like to forward the link to teachers, they can also sign up for training by using the same link. Only principals, however, can sign up to pilot the curriculum.
Questions? Please contact Science Coordinator (Aaron Pecho) at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 916-844-2392. You can also take a look at the attached fact sheets around AB 329.