All of the one-time programs listed below are approximately 45 minutes in length and are taught by a qualified Health Educator. One-time programs are not measured by pre- and post-test.
Middle School Programs
Designed for grades 5-8, this lesson helps students to begin to understand what boundaries in relationships are and to identify components of a healthy relationship.
Designed for grades 5-8, this lesson discusses the physical, social, and emotional changes that occur during puberty and emphasizes the importance of establishing a healthy body image.
Designed for grades 9-12, This presentation explains types of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Students will learn about their causes, symptoms, and how to identify STIs
Let’s Talk: Communication Styles
Designed for grades 6-8, Let's Talk teaches students about four different communication styles (Passive, Aggressive, Passive-Aggressive, and Assertive communication), including the definition of each style, how to identify each style in various scenarios, and how to use healthy, assertive communication to advocate for themselves and others in their relationships.
High School Programs
Designed for grades 9-12, this lesson teaches students how power and control develop in relationships and how they look within a dating scenario.
Designed for grades 9-12, This presentation explains types of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Students will learn about their causes and symptoms, and how to identify STIs.
Staff Professional Development Programs
Supporting Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Youth
Designed for 6-12th grade educators, this presentation covers definitions of gender expression and identity, defines various transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) identities, and outlines ways educators and other school staff members can create an empowering and supportive school environment for youth whose identities fall on the TGNC spectrum.
Designed for 6-12th grade educators, this interactive presentation will cover the definition of consent and sexual consent, explore how adolescents define sexual consent, and identify activities to talk about consent.
Let’s Talk About Sext
This session will define sexting and provide methods for discussing sexting, coercion and boundaries with young people. Participants will gain knowledge and skills to help young people think critically about their digital decisions.
Designed for 6-12th grade educators, this presentation discusses the differences in biological sex, gender expression, gender identity, and attraction and covers definitions for each letter in the LGBTQIA acronym.
In addition to the one-time programs listed above, our staff can work together with school staff to develop a curriculum to meet the unique needs of each school.