Comprehensive Sexual Health Education

CHYA Awareness Informational Presentation

CHYA Awareness Informational Presentation - English

Ley de Juventud Saludable de California (2016) Vision general

CHYA Input Form

I would like to provide input regarding OUSD's implementation of the California Healthy Youth Act to the Curriculum Review Committee.  How can I submit my input?

You may submit your input to be reviewed by the CRC by clicking on the button below.

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CHYA Question Form

If you have any questions regarding the California Healthy Youth Act, please submit your questions to the form by clicking on the button below.

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Curriculum Review Committee (CRC)

The Comprehensive Sexual Health Education Curriculum Review Committee (CRC) is comprised of:


  • one from each middle school
  • one from each district advisory group
  • two elementary
  • one high school


  • one teacher rep from each middle school
  • one elementary teacher rep
  • two nurses
  • one Curriculum Council member
  • one Curriculum Office staff member


  • two medical professionals and/or university professors


Selected representatives must:

  • attend all CRC meetings. 
  • review all Adolescent Sexual Health Working Group (ASHWG) recommended middle school comprehensive sexual health education curricula utilizing a rubric.
  • compile findings and provide recommendations to be presented to District Advisory Group Curriculum Council.

Meeting Minutes

March 5, 2019

March 12, 2019


Overview of High School (Pilot) Modules

1.1.1 What is Health?

1.1.3 Taking Control of your Health

1.2.2 Stress Management and Self-Esteem

1.2.3 Influences on Mental and Emotional Health

1.3.1 Suicide

1.3.3 Violence and Gang Involvement

1.4.2 Communication Strategies

1.5.1 Mental and Emotional Health

2.1.1 Physical Fitness

2.1.3 Good Nutrition

2.2.1 Evaluating Health Products, Practices, and Services

2.2.3 Eating Disorders

2.3.2 Setting Goals and Formulating a Plan

3.1.2 Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

3.1.3 Influences on Drug Usage

3.2.1 Communicating About Drugs

3.2.3 Resources for Protection Against Drug Abuse

3.3.2 Advocating Against ATOD Use

3.4.1 Review: Drugs

4.1.1 Communicable Diseases

4.1.3 Noncommunicable and Chronic Diseases

4.2.1 Public Health Policies

4.2.3 Good Hygiene

4.3.2 Impact of Technology on Health

4.4.1 Review: Disease

5.1.1 Personal Safety

5.1.3 Make Decisions to Avoid Injuries

5.2.1 Public Policy and Your Safety

5.2.3 First Aid

5.3.3 Weather and Natural Disaster Safety

5.4.1 Review: Injuries

6.1.1 Reproductive Systems

6.2.1 Practicing Abstinence

6.2.3 Online Safety

6.3.2 Abusive Relationships and Sexual Assault

6.4.1 STDs/STIs

6.4.3 Contraceptive Methods

6.4.5 Pregnancy and Parenting

6.5.1 Review: Sexual Health

Health Framework - Draft Posted - Public Comment Available

Please see below for a link to the current draft Health Education Framework and an invitation to submit public comments.  

Invitation to Submit Public Comment on the Draft 2019 Health Education Framework for California Public Schools, Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve

 The California Department of Education (CDE) is pleased to announce that the revised draft of the 2019 Health Education Framework for California Public Schools, Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Health Education Framework) is available for its second 60-day public review and comment period, which is scheduled from November 1, 2018, through January 11, 2019. 

The revised draft Health Education Framework is posted and can be downloaded from the CDE Health Education Curriculum Framework web page at and includes over 200 edits that were submitted during the first 60-day public review and comment period. A public input template is also available for download from the web address listed above. Hard copies of the revised draft framework are available for review at the statewide Learning Resource Display Centers, listed on the CDE website at

Comments from the public will be presented to the Instructional Quality Commission for review and possible inclusion into the final version of the Health Education Framework.The State Board of Education is scheduled to take action on the Health Education Framework in May 2019.

If you have any questions regarding the public comment and review period or the Health Education Framework revision process, please contact Lindsay Weiss, Education Programs Assistant, Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources Division, by phone at 916-319-0450 or by email at

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