For those who’re unaware, the S.H.A.R.E. Advisory Committee (Sexuality, Health and Responsibility Education) is proposing the WCSD approve radical and inappropriate curriculum beginning in 9th grade. Scroll to read the lessons and see sample pages from their recommended resources.
The recommend curriculum includes information that essentially educates your child on how to have sexual relations they feel are appropriate including how to make dental dams from items around the home, teaches how to masturbate, gives detailed scenarios on consent, provides resources for children from Planned Parenthood including how to access birth control and abortions without parental involvement, and unfortunately so much more.
PLEASE make this a priority to attend and DEMAND WCSD REJECT this curriculum.
WCSD Board of Trustees Meeting & Sexual Education Vote: June 4th at 2:00 pm Washoe County School District Central Administration Building, Board Room 425 East Ninth Street Reno, Nevada 89512
There is an opportunity for you to make a healthy and informed choice that will ultimately benefit the students and families of WCSD, as well as the community as a whole. Power2Parent has identified three curricula that meet the standard of SRA (sexual risk reduction) as alternatives for the current CSE curricula. Twenty-five research studies of SRA programs show significant behavioral changes in improving teen outcomes. Many other studies demonstrate early stage positive attitudinal impacts that tend to predict decreased sexual initiation rates.
According to Ascend: SRA education has an impressive and growing body of research pointing to its effectiveness. To date, 25 peer- reviewed studies show statistically significant evidence of positive behavioral impact for students with all levels of sexual experience. Six studies demonstrate significant delay in sexual initiation for one to two years after the program ended. Most research was obtained within the school setting. The results are remarkable and consistently reveal these noteworthy findings. Compared to their peers, students in SRA programs are: 1. Much more likely to delay sexual initiation. 2. If sexually active, much more likely to discontinue or decrease their sexual activity. 3. No less likely to use a condom if they initiate sex. 4. More likely to excel academically 5. Less likely to engage in other risk behaviors Source: Ascend (2016) Sexual Risk Avoidance Works: Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA) Education Demonstrates Improved Outcomes for Youth. Washington , DC: Author.