Speaker Series

Parents, Let’s Talk About SEX


Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 7pm
Doors open 6:45pm

Legacy Park
​500 South Columbia Drive, Decatur, Georgia 30030
​fna, United Methodist Children's Home

Join us to hear Emily Howard and Marion Crabb, sexuality education experts, and Decatur Parent Network members, offer some new perspectives, tools, and information about developmentally appropriate sexuality education for children of all ages.

​Our sexuality is more than just sex. It encompasses all aspects of living in any community, including our attitudes, feelings, and values. It's influenced by experiences with our family, culture, religion, customs, professions, institutions, science... and politics

​National surveys indicate most parents, educators, and especially students, would like to expand sex education courses and curriculum, however, for many reasons most schools are unable to accommodate this need.

Speaker Panel >

Emily Howard & Marion Crabb
Certified OWL* Sexuality Educators

Together, let's learn what parents can do to cultivate good decision-making skills in our kids regarding their sexuality.

Yes, we can teach our kids to celebrate their sexuality while simultaneously promoting choices that enhance their self-worth, protect their sexual health, recognize their responsibilities, honor justice, and embrace inclusivity... a lot to cover... a few pointers would be helpful, right?

Audience Q&A session will follow the presentation, bring your questions.

Legacy Park Parking Notice:

When entering Legacy Park, travel all the way around the round-about to the drive on the left side of the two-story red brick building with white columns. Please park in the lot by the left side entrance of the building. There are a few steps leading to the side entrance door; a handicap ramp is available at the right-side entrance if needed.

*About Our Whole Lives (OWL)
source: uaa.org

Our Whole Lives is used in faith communities as well as by public, charter, and private schools; after-school programs; youth groups; home schoolers; colleges; correctional facilities; and groups in other settings. Although developed by two religious organizations, Our Whole Lives contains no religious references or doctrine.

​Our Whole Lives curricula are based on the Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (PDF) produced by the National Guidelines Task Force, a group of leading health, education, and sexuality professionals assembled by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). In every category of assessment, the curriculum meets or exceeds the National Standards for Sexuality Education Core Curriculum, K-12.

This complimentary presentation is sponsored by
Decatur Parents Network, a sub-committee of the DHS Parent Teacher Student Association.