Prohibits a student's attendance without such permission. SB 146 Updates existing law related to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) to apply provisions that previously only applied to HIV to all STIs.
A new definition is established to include HIV and relevant types of hepatitis in the STI definition.
The policies must also include a procedure for notifying parents at least two weeks before any activity, class or program with content involving human reproduction or sexual matters is provided to a child.
Young males also get STIs, but their infections often are undiagnosed and unreported because they are less likely to have symptoms or seek medical care.In addition, sets requirements for those who teach sex education, human reproduction education or human sexuality education.SB 1020 Amends existing law to allow school districts to provide sex education instruction unless a parent provides written permission for a student to opt out of instruction.HB 156 Requires local school boards to adopt policies to promote the involvement of parents in the school district’s education program, in consultation with parents, teachers and school administrators.Among other requirements, the policies must allow parents to object to and withdraw a child from an activity, class or program.