Rights, Respect, Responsibility (3Rs) is a comprehensive sexual health curriculum that complies with the State of California’s CA Healthy Youth Act requirements. This curriculum was vetted by a team of experts prior to being approved by our program's Sexual Health Education Advisory Team. The 3Rs lessons were authored by Advocates for Youth, who is funded and supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and who collaborates with the California Department of Education to implement medically accurate sexuality education statewide. This curriculum is open for public review at any of the district’s middle and high schools.
To see an overview of the Rights, Respect, Responsibility (3Rs) Curriculum, please use the links below. Full lesson plans are available for viewing in all middle and high school offices.
Parents or guardians may excuse their child from the sexual health instruction for this school year by providing a written note in their preferred language to their child's principal. The note should simply state that they are excusing their child from the instruction, include their child's name, and be signed by the parent or guardian. There is no need for any explanation or reason to be stated in this note.