The bill does not require that comprehensive sexual health education, or components of this education, be integrated into curriculum, materials, or instruction in unrelated subject areas or courses. Our sexual health curriculum is delivered in health classes grades 6-12, and by classroom teachers in grades 4-5.
No sexual health content is required for students in grades K-3. Schools must provide Social Emotional Learning (SEL), which provides skills to do things like cope with feelings, how to have respectful communication, develop healthy friendships, respecting personal space, set goals, and get along with others. No sexual health curriculum is taught. Our district has emphasized and incorporated SEL for several years.
The law allows for single provision (accountability) by grade span: K-3; 4-5; 6-8; 9-12; which means it does not have to be delivered every year.