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    Sexual Assault Awareness Month
    Posted on 04/23/2018
    Image of cover of the Safer Family Safer World booklet

    Nationally, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Our district is dedicated to maintaining learning environments where all students, families and staff are safe, respected and welcome.

    During the month of April, conversations are taking place across the country to raise awareness about child abuse and sexual assault prevention. We encourage families to talk with kids about these important topics as well.

    Because parents and families play an important role in keeping kids safe, we are providing age-appropriate resources for having these conversations at home.

    The resources below are available to students, families and staff and can also be found on the Student Civil Rights page linked below, along with translated versions and other information.

    Resources