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Collinsville Public Schools
will be teaching the State Mandated AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION and SEXUALLY
TRANSMITTED DISEASE PREVENTION CURRICULA to the 7th and 10th grade students.
Dena Spencer R.N. will present the program for 10th grade students, and Connie
Bettega R.N. will present the 7th grade program. Parents may attend a presentation
of the curricula, which will be used for this year's PREVENTION program on
March 2, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. in the Wilson Cafeteria at Wilson Elementary.
The PREVENTION curricula
for 7th grade will be available for parents to view at the Health Office at
Wilson Elementary, 402 N. 17th, and the 10th grade curricula will be available
at Herald Elementary, 12818 N. 129th E. Ave. from 8:30 to 3:30 Monday through
Friday between 3/3/04 and 4/9/04. The Wilson Health Office phone number is
371-4125, and the Health Office at Herald is 371-1773. You may call and make
an appointment to view these materials.
No student shall be required
to participate in AIDS or S.T.D. Prevention Education if a parent or guardian
of the student objects in writing to such participation. Parents who DO NOT
want their children (seventh or tenth grade) to receive these PREVENTION programs
this year are required to send a letter to the school before April 2, 2004,
at this address: School Health Office, c/o Mr. Pat Herald, Superintendent
of Schools, 402 N. 17th, Collinsville, OK. 74021. This request must be made
in writing in order to satisfy the requirements of the State of Oklahoma.