Board of Education gets 'the talk'

Shea also believes that there is a large amount of teaching that goes along with the information that is provided in the workbook, stating that there is teaching behind the information that is presented to the students.

"The basic point assumed was that it was approved eight years ago and it was a reduction of the curriculum and that we really wouldn't have any questions of it," said Shea.

A committee is being made in response to the concerns of the community members to review the content and make resolutions as necessary. After review from the committee, the information will be sent back to the health advisory committee and finally brought back to the board of education for review.

"We are doing a through review and we are being responsive to our community," said Shea.


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