2018-2019

Middle School Sexuality Education

 

Spring (April - June) 2019

Health Squad completed the organizations inaugural programming at Chicago Public School's Christopher Elementary School in June 2019.  At Christopher School, Health Squad provided 79 sixth through eighth grade students (including special education) students with comprehensive sexual health education. 


Program Results

  • Students increased their sexual health knowledge by an average of 12%
  • On average, students rated Health Squad's sexual health program a 4 out of 5!
  • Students rated their sexual health instructor 3 out 3!


Student Comments

  • "What I liked most about sexual health is that our instructor explained to us how  things were used and how things work."
  • "The thing that I liked about sexual health was that [our instructor] let us laugh if it was funny."
  • "What I liked most about the sexual health was I was able to learn about new things to protect myself in life."
  • "It taught me  things that I did not know or fully understand."
  • "What I like most about sexual health is that they taught us about our bodies and how they change as we grow older and about preventing pregnancy just to warn us when were older. "
  • "We learned how to be safe and the science behind sexual health."

Health Squad has been invited to return to Christopher Elementary School in Fall 2019 to provide programming to 3rd through 8th grades, and Special Education students in grades 6th - 8th!

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