HIV/Aids Education Overview

Sequim School District HIV/AIDS Education Overview 2021-2022

Grade 5:
Video: AIDS Facts for Kids New Edition (Click the link below & enter the video title to search)
https://Learn360.infobase.com/PortalPlayLists.aspx?wid=145320

Haller: March (actual date to be determined, families will receive a one-month

notice) (No G&D) 5th grade teachers present to their own classes (no dividing up at all).

Greywolf: June 10, 2022 at 1:30pm (No G&D) 5th grade teachers present to their own classes (no dividing up at all).

Request to Excuse Student form:
Parent Request to Excuse Student from HIV Prevention Education.pdf

Grade 6 & Grade 7/8: January 19, 2022
Students will be shown the video (listed below) in a class as designated by Principal Harris. One-month and one-week parent notices will go out in advance to notify parents of the class, date and time. (See notifications below.)

 6th Grade:
Video: Blood vs Germs News You Can Use (Click the link below & enter the video title to search)
https://Learn360.infobase.com/PortalPlayLists.aspx?wid=145320
 

 7th/8th Grade:
Video: CDC-TV: HIV/AIDS 101 (6:57)
https://www.cdc.gov/CDCTV/HivAids101/Mp4/HivAids101_OC.mp4


Request to Excuse Student form:

Parent Request to Excuse Student from HIV Prevention Education.pdf


High School overview

HIV Den for 9th grade
We don’t have the 9th grade students get an HIV education class in their DEN
because they are in 9
th grade Health classes.

 Grades 10-12 Sequim High School HIV/AIDS DEN on February 2, 2022Each DEN teacher presents to their own class.

Seniors who do not attend this DEN will be required to: Make up the assignment. This includes Running Start students. See Appendix A

Handouts for grades 10, 11, and 12:
HIV Risk Reduction Tool
 https://hivrisk.cdc.gov
Students customize their content

Video Grade 10
:
Video: Faces of AIDS (Click the link below & enter the video title to search) 

https://Learn360.infobase.com/PortalPlayLists.aspx?wid=145320

Video Grade 11:
Video: HIV AIDS: It’s Still A Big Deal (Click the link below & enter the video title to search) 

https://Learn360.infobase.com/PortalPlayLists.aspx?wid=145320

Grade 12

HIV Risk Reduction Tool
https://hivrisk.cdc.gov


Request to Excuse Student form:

Parent Request to Excuse Student from HIV Prevention Education.pdf


SSD notifications

Fall 2021:
Family notice of “online” access to HIV Education Curriculum for Parent Preview. Families who want to opt their student out of the SSD HIV education for the 21-22 School year must view the curriculum and complete an HIV Parent Excusal Form and return it to Sonja Bittner RN at [email protected].

Those without “online” access at home can view it from the Sequim North Olympic Public Library.

North Olympic Library Sequim has computer access available to families and can assist you:

  • Free Wi-Fi 24/7 in the parking lot
  • Hours for use of their 3 public computers (first come first served): M-TH 10-6 and Fri/Sat 10-5
  • Library card free with ID or a guest pass without ID
  • Bring your own headphones or purchase earbuds for 2.00
  • Transcripts available


Appendix A:


Sequim High School make up assignment for state mandated HIV education:

Seniors,
In response to the threat of HIV/AIDS in our population, the 1988 Washington State Legislature mandated that a program of prevention education be presented to public school students, beginning in fifth grade. This includes students in the Running Start program.

If you're a student with no classes at the high school, the most effective way of presenting the material is through a homework assignment. Using the resource below (CDC), write an essay (2-3 pages long), describing how HIV/AIDS destroys the immune system, how it is transmitted and how to avoid acquiring the disease.

Essays are to be turned in to the high school office by May 15th, and are a requirement for your graduation this year.

Shawn Langston

Sequim High School Principal


Resource: 


CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
http://www.cdc.gov/

 Step 1:
Find and view the following video on the website:
HIV / AIDS 101 (6:57) / CDC – TV / CDC

Step 2:
Find and read two more resources from the CDC website.

Step 3:
Write essay as described in paragraph above.

Site your three sources (video listed above plus 2 additional) at the end of your paper.



Video Transcripts:

AIDS Facts for Kids - English
AIDS Facts for Kids-Spanish

Blood vs. Germs News You Can Use - English
Blood Vs. Germs News You Can Use-Spanish

Faces of AIDS - English Transcript
Faces of AIDS-Spanish

HIV AIDS A Clinical Description - English
HIV AIDS A Clinical Description-Spanish

HIV AIDS A Smart Enemy - English
HIV AIDS A Smart Enemy-Spanish

HIV AIDS It's Still a Big Deal - English
HIV AIDS It's Still a Big Deal-Spanish

HIV AIDS Who's at Risk
HIV AIDS Who's at Risk-Spanish

Protection Against HIV AIDS - English
Protection Against HIV AIDS-Spanish