**Registration fees are $0 thanks to sponsorship from Grays Harbor Community Foundation.
Our curriculum is unbiased, factual sexual health information supported by the Washington State Health Education k-12 Standards. Participants will learn about anatomical terms, pregnancy and STI prevention, puberty changes, gender identity, gender norms and social pressure, sexual orientation, and how to be an ally.
The social-emotional skills taught in CMCB® align with the Washington State Social Emotional Learning (SEL) standards for k-12, which include practicing giving and denying consent, social media moderation, and using nonviolent communication to set and maintain boundaries. Through experiential learning, participants will practice several evidence-based self-regulation and self-care strategies, including mindfulness activities, intentional social interactions and protective measures for their mental health.
Our sex-positive approach encourages participants to be confident self-advocates for their reproductive health. By the end of the program, participants will have developed their body literacy practice, learned several self-regulation strategies and practiced advocating for themselves and others to create a more just society.
Anatomy and Puberty
Consent and Boundaries
Stages of Pregnancy
Social Media Awareness
Pregnancy and STI Prevention