Middle School Family Life Education (FLE)
Family Life Education (FLE) program descriptions for grades 7-8
The FLE program for students in grades seven and eight is taught by health and physical education teachers. Building on information learned in late elementary school, students continue their study of basic anatomy and physiology as well as the physical, psychological, and social changes that occur during adolescence. Students are taught that abstinence from sexual activity is the only way to guarantee the prevention of pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. The emotional and social health unit includes instruction on abuse, internet predation, and healthy dating relationships.
Grade Level Program Descriptions
Learn more about the FLE instructional objectives for seventh grade.
Learn more about the FLE instructional objectives for eighth grade.
Modified Emotional and Social Health lessons for grades 7 through 12
Learn more about the modified lessons for Emotional and Social Health (ESH) that are designed for students with low incidence disabilities.
Modified Human Growth and Development lessons for grades 4 through 12
Learn more about the modified lessons for Human Growth and Development (HGD) that are designed for students with low incidence disabilities.