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SB237, s. 17 22Section 17. 118.019 (2) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB237,6,2523 118.019 (2) (c) Promote Address self-esteem and personal responsibility,
24positive interpersonal skills, with an emphasis on and healthy relationships,
25including friendships, marriage, and romantic and familial relationships
.
SB237, s. 18
1Section 18. 118.019 (2) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
SB237,7,32 118.019 (2) (e) Address the positive connection between marriage and
3parenting.
SB237, s. 19 4Section 19. 118.019 (2) (f) of the statutes is created to read:
SB237,7,85 118.019 (2) (f) Present information about avoiding stereotyping and bullying,
6including how to refrain from making inappropriate remarks, avoiding engaging in
7inappropriate physical or sexual behaviors, and how to recognize, rebuff, and report
8any unwanted or inappropriate remarks or physical or sexual behaviors.
SB237, s. 20 9Section 20. 118.019 (2m) (a) of the statutes is renumbered 118.019 (2m)
10(intro.) and amended to read:
SB237,7,1511 118.019 (2m) Required subjects. (intro.) If a school board provides instruction
12in any of the areas under sub. (2) (a), the school board shall ensure that instruction
13in marriage and parental responsibility is provided. conforms to s. 118.13 (1) and that
14the following is provided, when age appropriate, in the same course and during the
15same year:
SB237, s. 21 16Section 21. 118.019 (2m) (b) (intro.) of the statutes is repealed.
SB237, s. 22 17Section 22. 118.019 (2m) (b) 1. of the statutes is renumbered 118.019 (2m) (c)
18and amended to read:
SB237,7,2019 118.019 (2m) (c) Presents abstinence from sexual activity as the preferred
20choice of behavior in relationship to all sexual activity for unmarried pupils.
SB237, s. 23 21Section 23. 118.019 (2m) (b) 2. of the statutes is renumbered 118.019 (2m) (d)
22and amended to read:
SB237,8,223 118.019 (2m) (d) Emphasizes that abstinence from sexual activity before
24marriage is the most effective only reliable way to prevent pregnancy and sexually

1transmitted diseases, including human immunodeficiency virus and acquired
2immunodeficiency syndrome.
SB237, s. 24 3Section 24. 118.019 (2m) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
SB237,8,54 118.019 (2m) (e) Provides instruction in parental responsibility and the
5socioeconomic benefits of marriage for adults and their children.
SB237, s. 25 6Section 25. 118.019 (2m) (f) of the statutes is created to read:
SB237,8,77 118.019 (2m) (f) Explains pregnancy, prenatal development, and childbirth.
SB237, s. 26 8Section 26. 118.019 (2r) (intro.) of the statutes is repealed.
SB237, s. 27 9Section 27. 118.019 (2r) (a) of the statutes is renumbered 118.019 (2m) (g) and
10amended to read:
SB237,8,1211 118.019 (2m) (g) The Explains the criminal penalties under ch. 948 for
12engaging in sexual activities involving a child under ch. 948.
SB237, s. 28 13Section 28. 118.019 (2r) (b) of the statutes is renumbered 118.019 (2m) (h) and
14amended to read:
SB237,8,1815 118.019 (2m) (h) The Explains the sex offender registration requirements
16under s. 301.45. Instruction under this paragraph shall include who is required to
17report under s. 301.45, what information must be reported, who has access to the
18information reported, and the implications of being registered under s. 301.45.
SB237, s. 29 19Section 29. 118.019 (2s) of the statutes is created to read:
SB237,8,2320 118.019 (2s) Provision of instruction. Subject to s. 120.13 (37m), nothing in
21this section prohibits a school district from providing instruction under this section,
22in whole or in part, to pupils while the pupils are separated from members of the
23opposite sex.
SB237, s. 30 24Section 30. 118.019 (3) (intro.) of the statutes is renumbered 118.019 (3) and
25amended to read:
SB237,9,15
1118.019 (3) Distribution of curriculum to parents; notice. Each school board
2that provides an instructional program in human growth and development shall
3annually provide the parents or guardians of each pupil enrolled in the school district
4with an outline of the human growth and development curriculum used in the pupil's
5grade level and, information regarding how the parent or guardian may inspect the
6complete curriculum and instructional materials, an explanation of the exemption
7under sub. (4), and a statement that pupils exempted from instruction under this
8section will still receive instruction in the subjects under s. 118.01 (2) (d) 2. c., unless
9exempted, and s. 118.01 (2) (d) 8
. The school board shall make the complete human
10growth and development curriculum and all instructional materials available for
11inspection by a parent or guardian upon his or her request at any time, including
12prior to their use in the classroom. A school board that elects not to provide an
13instructional program in human growth and development under this section shall,
14by September 30 of each school year, send home to the parent or guardian of each
15pupil enrolled in the school district a notice that includes all of the following:
SB237, s. 31 16Section 31. 118.019 (3) (a), (b) and (c) of the statutes are repealed.
SB237, s. 32 17Section 32. 118.019 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB237,9,2118 118.019 (4) Exemption for individual pupils. No pupil may be required to take
19instruction in human growth and development or in the specific subjects under subs.
20(2) and (2r) (2m) if the pupil's parent or guardian files with the teacher or school
21principal a written request that the pupil be exempted.
SB237, s. 33 22Section 33. 118.019 (5) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB237,9,2523 118.019 (5) Advisory committee. In any school district that offers a human
24growth and development curriculum, the school board shall appoint an ad hoc
25advisory committee composed of parents, whose role is to advise the school board on

1the design and implementation of the human growth and development curriculum
2and to review the curriculum. Parents,
teachers, school administrators, pupils,
3health care professionals, members of the clergy, and other residents of the school
4district shall comprise the committee, and no one category of member shall
5constitute more than one fifth of the membership of the committee. No more than
6one quarter of the members of the committee may be made up of employees of the
7school district or their spouses or members of the school board or their spouses
The
8advisory committee shall develop the human growth and development curriculum
9and advise the school board on the design, review and implementation of the advisory
10committee's human growth and development curriculum
. The advisory committee
11shall review the curriculum at least every 3 years.
SB237, s. 34 12Section 34. 146.89 (3r) (e) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB237,10,1513 146.89 (3r) (e) Under this subsection, a volunteer health care provider may not
14provide instruction in human growth and development if the instructional program
15is in compliance with requirements of
under s. 118.019.
SB237,10,1616 (End)
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