The Guilford County Board of Education is committed to a sound, thorough school health education program that provides students with accurate information and encourages them to be responsible for their own health and behavior. The school health education program provided by the school district meets all requirements established by state and federal law and follows the North Carolina Standard Course of Study/Essential Standards for Healthful Living Education.
To review the GCS Board of Education’s policy and administrative procedure regarding the School Health Education Program, as well as information on the Healthy Youth Act and NC House Bill 88, please see links below.
- School Health Education Program: Reproductive Health and Safety Education IDBA
- School Health Education Program: Reproductive Health and Safety Education IDBA-P
- NC Healthy Youth Act (NC House Bill 88) – An act directing local school administrative units to provide reproductive health and safety education in grades seven through nine.