• How can I be a good member of the community?
• What do I do when a friend wants me to try smoking/drinking/drugs?
• What makes a good friend?
• How should I act?
• How do girls and boys change during puberty?
• How do babies develop in utero and how are they born?
*Unique characteristics of self, family, culture
*Socially appropriate language in the school community
*Handling peer pressure
*Learn from mistakes
*Personal responsibility and consequences of behavior
*Characteristics of friendship
*Family and community values
*Fetal development and birth process
*Practice self-control techniques (Counselor/HR)
*Recognize and celebrate unique characteristics of oneself, one's family, and one's culture (Counselor/HR)
*Identify the characteristics of friendships (Counselor/HR)
*Identify peer pressure and demonstrate positive techniques to handle it (tobacco, drugs, alcohol) (Counselor/HR)
*Demonstrate simple conflict resolution skills (Counselor/PE)
*Discriminate negative/positive refusal skills (Counselor/PE)
*Demonstrate the ability to learn from mistakes (Counselor/HR)
*Accept responsibility for one's actions (Counselor/HR)
*Understand basic family and community values: responsibility, respect, caring, integrity, self discipline, joie de vivre (Counselor/HR)
*Recognize that put-downs and cruelty are inappropriate (Counselor/HR)
*Learn and practice socially appropriate manners (Counselor/HR)
*Understand physical and emotional changes of puberty (Counselor/HR)
*Demonstrate knowledge of basic fetal development and birth process (Counselor/HR)
*Demonstrate verbal communication skills (Counselor/HR)
*Unique characteristics of self, family, and culture