Sexual Health Curriculum Information
Beginning in December 2020, all public schools must begin providing or planning to provide comprehensive sexual health education (CSHE) to all students by the 2022-23 school year. Instruction must be consistent with Health Education K-12 Learning Standards, which provide a framework for comprehensive instruction and the provisions of Senate Bill 5395. Instruction must also be age-appropriate, medically and scientifically accurate and inclusive of all students. CSHE is defined in the bill as: Recurring instruction in human development and reproduction that is medically accurate, age-appropriate and inclusive of all students.
See our CSHE Implementation page for more information!
Below are the Winlock School District Sexual Health Curriculum Opt Out Form and Curriculum Request Form for any individuals who would like to view the curriculum.