Instructional Materials for Health Education
||Health and Fitness
||Holt Decisions for Health
||Holt McDougal 2007
||Making a Difference! An Evidence-Based, Abstinence
Approach to Teen Pregnancy and HIV/STD Prevention
|ETR Associates 2016
||Glencoe Health - Student Edition
|McGraw-Hill School Education 2005 (9th Edition)
||Safer Choices: Preventing HIV, Other STD & Pregnancy
|ETR Associates 2007
To view our Physical and Health Education Curriculum Units, please visit https://beaufort-public.rubiconatlas.org
To view the complete comprehensive health education law, please visit http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t59c032.php
Erin’s Law (Act 292), which became state law in 2014, requires South Carolina school districts to provide age-appropriate classroom lessons regarding sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education to health curricula for prekindergarten through 12th-grade students. The purpose of Erin’s Law is to help students protect themselves from sexual assault and also to tell students how to report any incidents of sexual assault. The Beaufort County School District curricula includes Comprehensive Health Education Instructional Units and Resources for Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention. These units are aligned with the South Carolina’s academic health and safety education standards.
Parents who have questions about Erin’s Law should contact their building administrators.