Curriculum dating prevention violence


21-Dec-2017 21:57

Topics are related to building healthy relationships, bullying, gender roles and stereotypes, domestic and dating violence, friendships, peer pressure, expressing emotions appropriately, conflicts and disagreements, hands are not for hitting, respecting differences, and school safety.

Presentations are tailored to the developmental level of students in each grade.

The curriculum is for students in grades 6 (6 lessons) and 7 (7 lessons) and is based on the Safe Dates curriculum for students in grade 8 (10 lessons.) If you want this curricula in your school, contact DPI at 754-321-1655.

These programs can stop violence in dating relationships before it occurs.

School-Based Advocates facilitate groups of students who wish to build self-esteem and learn fun and useful skills in building healthy relationships.



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