Vermont Health Educator Survey
FOR VERMONT MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, & NURSES: The purpose of this survey is for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE) to learn more about the status of sexual health education in Vermont’s middle and high schools, and how PPNNE can support Vermont schools in meeting the sexual and reproductive health care needs of youth. This survey is to be completed by health teachers, teachers, school administrators, and nurses who work with grades 6 through 12. Multiple people from the same school/supervisory union are welcome to respond. If you work at multiple schools, please complete this survey for each school separately. The survey will take 2- 5 minutes to complete. For more information, please contact the Education Department at PPNNE: education@ppnne.org. Thank you very much for your participation!

Responses requested by Friday, June 21, 2019.
Name of School: *
If you work at multiple schools, please complete this survey for each school separately.
Your answer
Supervisory Union/School District: *
Your answer
Your Role: *
Sexual Health Education
For the purpose of this survey, sexual health education means interventions that provide adolescents the essential knowledge and critical skills needed to avoid HIV, other STD, and unintended pregnancy. It addresses age-appropriate physical, mental, emotional and social dimensions of human sexuality, including anatomy, physiology, healthy relationships, pregnancy and birth, sexually transmitted diseases including HIV, contraceptives, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy options, media literacy and more.
Middle School
Grades 6-8
At which middle school grade levels does your school teach sexual health education: *
Select all that apply.
Required
Comments?
Optional
Your answer
If sexual health education is taught in middle school:
On a scale of 1-5, how satisfied are you with the sexual health education being taught to students in middle school? If students are not being taught sexual health education at all three grade levels, please feel free to answer for the grade level(s) where it is being taught.
Not satisfied
Very satisfied
Comments?
Optional
Your answer
The sexual health education curriculum being used is: *
Select all that apply.
Required
Comments?
Optional
Your answer
High School
Grades 9-12
As part of health class at your school, approximately how many hours of sexual health education do students receive?
If you can, please estimate number of hours.
Your answer
If sexual health education is taught in high school:
On a scale of 1-5, how satisfied are you with the sexual health education being taught to students in high school? If students are not being taught sexual health education at all grade levels, please feel free to answer for the grade level(s) where it is being taught.
Not satisfied
Very satisfied
Comments?
Optional
Your answer
The sexual health education curriculum being used is: *
Select all that apply.
Required
Comments?
Optional
Your answer
Both Middle and High School
Please answer the following questions no matter what grade(s) you work in.
I think sexual health education is important for our students. *
Comments?
Optional
Your answer
The following would improve sexual health education taught in our school:
Grades 6-8
Yes
No
I don't know
Using a different sexual health education curriculum that has demonstrated benefits for young people’s sexual health.
Improving the sexual health education curriculum that’s already in use.
Providing sexual health education to more grades/youth.
Having health teachers attend trainings to improve sexual health education.
Having more instructional time dedicated to sexual health education.
Other?
Optional
Your answer
Grades 9-12
Yes
No
I don't know
Using a different sexual health education curriculum that has demonstrated benefits for young people’s sexual health.
Improving the sexual health education curriculum that’s already in use.
Providing sexual health education to more grades/youth.
Having health teachers attend trainings to improve sexual health education.
Having more instructional time dedicated to sexual health education.
Other?
Optional
Your answer
The following training content would be useful to improve sex educator skills, confidence, and up-to-date knowledge: *
Select all that apply.
Required
Other than sexual health education taught in the classroom, the following would improve sexual and reproductive health for students in our school:
Select all that apply.
Yes
No
I don't know
We already do this
Having or improving a condom availability policy.
Having or improving a referral system for sexual health services.
Training for high school youth to support and/or advocate for sexual health education and sexual and reproductive health.
Having designated staff (such as a nurse, guidance counselor, health teacher, etc) trained to use the youth sexual health resource binder developed by PPNNE.
Other
Please explain.
Your answer
I would like a PPNNE Education Staff person to contact me to learn more about ways to improve or enhance sexual and reproductive health for young people: *
If Yes
Name
Your answer
Email
Your answer
Phone Number
Your answer
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