Question of the Week | Sex ed at WHS

Do you think sex education at USD 329 is adequate? If not, what suggestions would you make to improve the curriculum for students.

Do you think sex education at USD 329 is adequate? If not, what suggestions would you make to improve the curriculum for students.

Check out our opinion story on this topic in this week’s Charger.

“No, they don’t teach anything about safety and precautions relating to sex. They mentioned abstinence and consent, but I feel like a lot of students have questions regarding it and what to avoid.”

Junior Sarah Vanstory

“No. All the teachers ever do is hire a company to tell about how we should be abstinent because they had a pregnancy scare in high school. They don’t ever give us true information about it.”

Junior Kaelyn Conrad

“It shouldn’t be taught. Your parents should teach you their values of sex education. Have an email that’s sent out to parents saying it’s sex education week at WHS. Here are some topics to discuss with your child/children.”

Special Education teacher Christian Ulsaker

“I didn’t even know the school had sex education but I think it’s super important, and a lot of the people who go here don’t seem to have any, so I think there should be more education.”

Senior Melissa Campbell

“I think it’s good enough cause kids don’t really listen to whatever they teach us anyway.”

Junior Aiden Boeckman

“I think anything could be used to improve the sex education. I feel like I never really got educated on anything of that sort.”

Senior Jordan Magette

“Nope. I think just having one would be an improvement.”

Freshman Heather Baker

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