|Timestamp||Teacher's Last Name||Teacher's First Initial||Type of Instructional Material||Name / Title of Instructional Material||Course in Which Instructional Material will be Used||Grade Level(s) of Students in Course||Specific Content Included||Rationale for including this instructional material in the identified course|
|12/20/2022 10:55:09||Jones||M||Printed Materials, Picture, Photograph, Drawing, Digital Image (or similar visual representation), Representational Materials, Electroniic or Digial Materials (i.e. Social Media, Software Applications, Internet), Visualizations and Graphics (pictures, photograph, drawing or digital image), Division approved primary instructional material, School and/or classroom purchased or created instructional material||Exploring Art by Glencoe||All middle school art||6, 7, 8||Nudity||Textbook contains historically important images of paintings, drawings, and sculptures of nude figures.|
Secondary art classrooms have reference materials that may contain drawings, paintings, photographs, and sculptures of nude figures.
|1/5/2023 9:46:32||All HPE Teachers||N/A||Printed Materials, Picture, Photograph, Drawing, Digital Image (or similar visual representation), Visualizations and Graphics (pictures, photograph, drawing or digital image), Games (including video games) and Interactive Resources, Audiovisual (i.e. Motion Picture Film), Division approved primary instructional material||MCPS FLE Curriculum||Family Life||6, 7, 8||Nudity, Sexual Excitement, Sexual Conduct||The MCPS Family Life Education (FLE) curriculum provides age‑appropriate, medically-accurate instruction in relation to students' sexual developmental stages and abilities that is comprehensive and sequential for students in Grades 3-10. Specific topics by grade level can be found on our FLE webpage. |
Parents/Guardians may choose to opt their child out of any or all of FLE lessons at any grade level. Grade-level opt-out forms are also available on the FLE webpage.
|1/5/2023 10:23:24||All English Teachers||N/A||Printed Materials, Division approved primary instructional material||StudySync Library||English 6, 7, 8||6, 7, 8||Nudity, Sexual Excitement, Sexual Conduct||The StudySync Library is open to students for them to self-select reading materials for choice reading. Some materials may meet the criteria for containing sexually explicit content. Each of these materials has a “Content Advisory” to assist parents as they monitor what their children self-select.|
|1/6/2023 14:30:19||Hurd||W||Printed Materials||Textbook / BUILDING LIFE SKILLS ISBN# 0-87006-094-5||FACS Exploratory, FACS 1, & FACS 2||6, 7, 8||Sexual Conduct||The textbook may be used during the semester as an alternative assignment for students and contains references to sexual abuse in one section. This topic is not normally covered in class.|
|1/6/2023 14:40:19||Hurd||W||Printed Materials||Text book / BUILDING LIFE SKILLS ISBN#: 1-56637-885-0||FACS Exploratory, FACS 1, & FACS 2||6, 7, 8||Sexual Conduct||A section of the textbook may be used during the semester as an alternative assignment for students. Other sections of the book contain information related to sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and sexual responsibility. These topics are not normally covered in class.|
|1/6/2023 14:48:58||Hurd||W||Printed Materials||Textbook / TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE ISBN#: 1-56637-279-8||FACS Exploratory, FACS 1, & FACS 2||6, 7, 8||Sexual Conduct||A section of the textbook may be used during the semester as an alternative assignment for students. Other sections of the book contain information related to sexual abuse, sex role stereotypes, sexual activity, sexually transmitted diseases, teen pregnancy, & teen parents. These topics are not normally covered in class.|
|1/6/2023 14:56:59||Hurd||W||Representational Materials, Anatomically correct infant simulation babies (female and male)||Anatomically correct infant simulation babies (female and male) / Reality Works 3 Infant Simulators||FACS Exploratory, FACS 1, & FACS 2||6, 7, 8||Nudity||VA State CTE competencies related to childcare are required to be taught in family and consumer sciences courses. Responsible infant and childcare practices can best be simulated through the use of a "fake" baby. Diaper changing is taught, demonstrated, and practiced in my FACS classes. The infant simulators used in class are anatomically correct.|
|1/13/2023 16:43:53||Virtual Virginia||N/A||Virtual Content||See Virtual Virginia List||See Virtual Virginia List||6, 7, 8||Nudity||Virtual Virginia (VVA) has conducted a comprehensive review of all content in compliance with Code of Virginia § 22.1-16.8 and as defined in Code of Virginia § 2.2-2827. As a part of this process, the VVA curriculum team reviewed all course pages and instructional media to identify any pertinent materials. A list of courses with a general description of the content contained is listed on the VVA website. Courses not listed on the linked document from the VVA website do not have any identified content as defined in Code of Virginia § 2.2-2827. |
Should anyone have any questions regarding specific courses or content taught in the VVA K–12 instructional program, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
|1/21/2023 11:08:01||Hurd||W.||School and/or classroom purchased or created instructional material||Real Care Babies||Family & Consumer Science Exploratory, I, and II||6, 7, 8||Nudity||In this course, students will participate in an activity that involves using baby dolls that are anatomically accurrate genitals.|