As a part of a district health initiative, your son or daughter may be involved in a comprehensive sexual health education program in the classroom. This program meets Colorado State Standards for Science, Comprehensive Health and Physical Education, and is in alignment with Colorado State laws HB13-1081 and HB1292.
This Health and Science education program may include instruction such as:
●Physical, emotional, metal and social benefits of sexual abstinence
●Understanding the benefits of healthy, violence free relationships
●Disease prevention including contraceptives and condoms
●Becoming a communication advocate for respectful pro-social community
●Impact of alcohol and drugs on decision making and risk taking
●Analyze risks of sharing personal information thru modern technology
If you have any questions or if you do not want your student to participate in the comprehensive sexual educational program, please contact Sheila Siegert, Assistant to the Director, Teaching & Learning, or Julie White/Enoc Castillo at APS Online, 303-326-1100.