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(a) A school district that has not already taken similar action is authorized to take the following actions relating to child sexual abuse education, prevention and response:
(i) Provide parents with information on the warning signs of child sexual abuse and any available resources for education, prevention and response;
(ii) Provide training to teachers and other school district employees, including:
(A) Instructional methods relating to the provisions of W.S. 21-9-104;
(B) Child abuse or neglect reporting requirements specified in W.S. 14-3-205;
(C) Methods to respond to a student's disclosure of sexual abuse in a supportive and appropriate manner.
(iii) Consult with federal, state and local entities and community based organizations, including the child welfare information gateway internet website maintained by the United States department of health and human services, to identify evidence based tools and programs to prevent and respond to child sexual abuse;
(iv) Develop community based strategies to promote education, collaboration and accountability among persons and entities who are responsible for child sexual abuse education, prevention and response, including parents and guardians, law enforcement, judicial officers, health care providers and other members of the community;
(v) Coordinate with the local child protection team in accordance with W.S. 14-3-212(b)(ii);
(vi) Accept funds from private and public sources for programs relating to this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 21. Education § 21-3-133. Child sexual abuse education, prevention and response - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-21-education/wy-st-sect-21-3-133.html
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