High School Health Curriculum

  • Sexual Health Standard

    Instructional Material Options

    Describe physical, social and emotional changes during the transition from adolescence to adulthood.

    • FLASH Lesson 2 (Reproductive System)

    Explain the menstrual cycle and its relationship to conception and pregnancy.

    • FLASH Lesson 3 (Pregnancy)

    Explain how conception occurs, the stages of pregnancy, and responsibility of parenting.

    • FLASH Lesson 3 (Pregnancy)

    • FLASH Lesson 8 (Deciding when to become a parent)

    • National Geographic movie, “In the Womb”

    Explain why abstinence is the safest, most effective method of protection from HPV, STD/HIV, Hepatitis B and C and pregnancy.

    • FLASH Lesson 9 (Abstinence)

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    Demonstrate the ability to access community resources that provide assistance around sexual health and pregnancy.

    • FLASH Lesson 14 (Student Oral Reports)

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    Effectively communicate the decisions and behaviors of family, peers and others that promote healthy sexual behaviors.

    • FLASH Lesson 5 (Healthy Relationships)

    Set a personal goal to avoid an unintended pregnancy.

    • FLASH Lesson 8 (Deciding When to Become a Parent)

    • FLASH Lesson 10 (Preventing Pregnancy)

    Use the decision making process to make healthy choices around sexual health.

    • FLASH Lesson 9 (Abstinence)

    Describe contraceptive methods, disease reduction measures, their proper use, and their effectiveness including condoms.

    • FLASH Lesson 8 (Deciding When to Become a Parent)

    • FLASH Lesson 10 (Preventing Pregnancy)

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    • Contraceptive Kit

    Explain the laws related to reproductive and sexual health care.

    Identify common symptoms of and treatments for STDs and HIV, including increased risk with multiple partners.

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    • FLASH Lesson 12a (HIV)

    • FLASH Lesson 12b (HIV)

    • FLASH Lesson 12c (HIV)

    • FLASH Lesson 12d (HIV)

    Differentiate between biological sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression.

    • FLASH Lesson 4 (Gender Stereotypes)

    • FLASH Lesson 7 (LGBT)

    Describe the impact of alcohol and other drug use on sexual decision-making.

    Compare the effectiveness of a variety of contraceptives, including abstinence and other safer sex practices.

    • FLASH Lesson 8 (Deciding When to Become a Parent)

    • FLASH Lesson 9 (Abstinence)

    Explain how to access local STD and HIV testing and treatment services.

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    • FLASH Lesson 12a (HIV)

    • FLASH Lesson 12b (HIV)

    • FLASH Lesson 12c (HIV)

    • FLASH Lesson 12d (HIV)

    Demonstrate the steps to using a condom correctly.

    Analyze individual responsibility about testing for and informing partners about STDs and HIV status.

    • FLASH Lesson 13 (Talking With Partners About Prevention)

    Explain how to promote safety, respect, awareness and acceptance.

    • FLASH Lesson 1 (Establishing a Safe/Respectful Learning Environment)

    • FLASH Lesson 7 (LGBT)

    Analyze the influence of friends, family, media, society and culture on the expression of gender, sexual orientation and identity.

    • FLASH Lesson 4 (Gender Stereotypes)

    • FLASH Lesson 7 (LGBT)

    Describe how alcohol and other drugs can affect decision-making and influence sexual risk taking.

    Demonstrate ways to communicate decisions about whether or when to engage in sexual behaviors, and to practice safer sex.

    • FLASH Lesson 10 (Preventing Pregnancy)

    Demonstrate skills to communicate about STD and HIV prevention and testing.

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    Develop short and long-term goals that will maintain sexual health and avoid unintended pregnancy and STDs.

    • FLASH Lesson 8 (Deciding When to Become a Parent)

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    Advocate for using sexual protection if having sex.

    • FLASH Lesson 10 (Preventing Pregnancy)

    • FLASH Lesson 11 (STD Prevention)

    Advocate for school policies and programs that promote dignity and respect for all.

    • FLASH Lesson 7 (LGBT)

    Describe a range of ways to express affection with healthy relationships

    • FLASH Lesson 5 (Healthy Relationships)

    Describe characteristics of healthy and unhealthy romantic and/or sexual relationships.

    • FLASH Lesson 5 (Healthy Relationships)

    Define sexual consent and explain its implications for sexual decision-making.

    Demonstrate how to access valid information and resources about healthy and unhealthy relationships.

    • FLASH Lesson 14 (Student Oral Reports) Lesson 14

    Demonstrate respect for the boundaries of others as they relate to intimacy and sexual behavior.

    • FLASH Lesson 5 (Healthy Relationships)

    • FLASH Lesson 6 (Sexual Violence Prevention)

    Explain how media can influence one’s beliefs about what constitutes a healthy relationship.

    • FLASH Lesson 4 (Gender Stereotypes)

    Demonstrate an understanding of “consent” through effective communication skills.

    • FLASH Lesson 6 (Sexual Violence Prevention)

    Demonstrate effective ways to communicate personal boundaries as they relate to intimacy and sexual behavior.

    • FLASH Lesson 5 (Healthy Relationships)

    • FLASH Lesson 9 (Abstinence)

    • FLASH Lesson 13 (Talking With Partners About Prevention)

    Set a personal goal to treat partners with respect and to be treated with respect.

    • FLASH Lesson 4 (Gender Stereotypes)

Contact

  • Travis Reiman
    Assistant Superintendent
    for Academic Services

    Administration Center
    3083 NE 49th Place #200
    Hillsboro, Oregon 97124-6009
    Phone: 503.844.1500
    FAX: 503.844.1782