CA Sex-Ed Curriculum: How easy was it for you to see and review it? We need your stories!
Senator Mike Morrell (R) has authored SB 673, a bill California Family Council is supporting to require California public elementary schools to put their sex education lessons online for easy access for parents.

In order to provide additional evidence for why this bill is needed, we need your stories about the hoops you had to jump through in order to see the sex education curriculum being used in your school district. Please fill out the form below.

*Your answers, not your street address or email, will be given to legislators.
Email address *
Call your local school district and ask: What is the process for seeing the sex ed/ puberty lessons used in elementary schools? Try calling up a local elementary school as well. (Include as many details as possible)
Your answer
What is the process for seeing the sex-ed curriculum used for junior high or middle school students? Try calling up one of the junior high or middle schools as well.
Your answer
What is the process for seeing sex-ed in the curriculum used for high school students? Try calling up one of the high schools as well.
Your answer
Follow the school's instructions and go view the sex-ed curriculum. List additional details about the process and any concerns you had with what you found.
Your answer
What is the name of your California school district? *
Your answer
What is the name and title of the school district employee who answered your questions? *
Your answer
Your First Name *
Your answer
Your Last Name *
Your answer
Your Address
Your answer
City *
Your answer
State *
Your answer
ZIP
Your answer
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
reCAPTCHA
This form was created inside of California Family Council. Report Abuse