School Based Education

Our body safety education curriculum includes components for teachers and caregivers and seeks to increase awareness of abuse, teach strategies for prevention, and instruct on how to report abuse if it has occurred. Lessons are developmentally age-appropriate and equip children with a strategy to help keep themselves safe and encourages open dialogue between children and the adults in their lives on issues related to sexual development and abuse.
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Kindergarten Program

The kindergarten program is delivered over four consecutive weeks during 15 minute presentations. The lessons lay the foundation for our third grade body safety program by covering the following key concepts in a developmentally appropriate way:

  • Body autonomy – understanding our personal space bubble and boundaries
  • Safe & Unsafe touch – recognizing the “uh oh” feeling, saying stop, and getting help
  • Private parts – knowing that some parts of our bodies are special and shouldn’t be touched and those are the parts covered by a swimsuit
  • Trusted adults – identifying who to tell if someone gives us the uh oh feeling, gives us an unsafe touch or does anything involving our private parts; these are things grown-ups need to know about

The curriculum uses simple language, puppets for role play, books, videos and worksheets to reinforce learning objectives.

We’re excited to offer delivery of our kindergarten curriculum in English or Spanish.

Third Grade Program

Our School Based Education Program was founded on our program for 3rd grade children  consisting of four thirty-minute class presentations over four consecutive weeks. The lessons emphasize:

  • The Touching Rules & body safety rules
  • The difference between secrets and surprises
  • Identifying trusted adults
  • The “No, Go, Tell” plan

The curriculum uses simple language, puppets for role play, books, videos and worksheets to reinforce learning objectives.

Fifth Grade Program

Our 5th grade program is geared to help students safely navigate the challenges that arise in middle school and set the foundation for continued education around sexual assault prevention.  There are two 50 minute lessons, one lesson per week for two consecutive weeks.

The interactive curriculum reinforces critical thinking and provides students with information and skills to help keep themselves safe.  Topics include:

  • Boundaries - Physical, Emotional, Electronic
  • Consent - - What it means to give consent and when we need to ask for consent. Students practice different ways to give and ask for consent, including being aware of non-verbal cues.
  • Healthy Relationships - characteristics of healthy vs unhealthy relationships, red flags, and bystander intervention
  • Internet safety - applying the concepts of boundaries, consent and healthy relationships to the online world

The teaching approach encourages peer to peer discussions and opportunities for students to learn from each other by engaging in group activities, video analysis, and problem solving scenarios they may encounter.


Click below for instructional videos and more information for parents.

Parent Resources

Click below for video links, supplemental materials, and helpful information for our in person or virtual program for teachers.

Teacher Resources