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Wyoming Statutes Title 21. Education § 21-9-104. Child sexual abuse prevention instruction

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(a) A school district may include child sexual abuse prevention instruction in a health and safety program required under W.S. 21-9-101(b)(i)(G).  A school district may provide instruction under this subsection in any appropriate manner, which may include age appropriate, evidence based instruction on:

(i) Recognizing sexual abuse and assault;

(ii) Personal boundary violations;

(iii) Ways in which a sexual offender may groom or desensitize a victim;

(iv) Strategies relating to:

(A) Disclosure of child sexual abuse;

(B) Reducing self blame;

(C) Mobilizing bystanders to respond to child sexual abuse.

(b) If a school district chooses to provide instruction under subsection (a) of this section, the parent or legal guardian of a student shall provide written permission to the school district authorizing their student to participate before that student shall be allowed to participate in the instruction.

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