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Safe Environment Curriculum Diocese of Evansville Pre-Kindergarten ...

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Safe Environment Curriculum Diocese of Evansville Pre-Kindergarten ...

    Pre-Kindergarten

    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of Evansville

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To immediately inform a teacher, parent, or other trusted adult when they come across any

    material that makes them feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To recognize safe and unsafe people and situations.

    2.How to incorporate the “buddy system” into their everyday lives - riding bicycles, playing at

    the park, etc.

    3.That they should never answer the door unless they know the person, even if their parents are

    at home..

    4.How and when to call “911".

    5.That they should never accept a ride from someone they do not know or someone who

    makes them feel uncomfortable

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.How to deal with anger.

    2.To recognize that bullying or harassing a classmate is wrong and must be reported to school

    authorities.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That their private body parts are those places covered by their bathing suit.2.That they should say no, get away, and tell a trusted adult if someone tries to touch their

    private body parts.

    3.That no one has the right to touch their private body parts except to keep them clean and

    healthy.

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    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of EvansvilleKindergarten

COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To show suspicious communications to a teacher, parent, or other trusted adult.ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To check first with their teacher, parents, or other trusted adults before they accept a gift

    from anyone.

    2.That it is OK to say NO and then report to a trusted adult anything that someone did or said

    that makes them feel uncomfortable. (i.e. the bathing suit area.)

    3.That it is OK to report a “secret” when someone does or says anything to you to make you

    feel uncomfortable.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To demonstrate respect for self and others.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That while touch can be a wonderful way to express caring, sometimes they may not want to

    be touched, or some touches may make them feel uncomfortable.

    2.That they should tell a teacher, parent, or trusted adult if someone tries to touch them in a

    way that makes them feel uncomfortable, especially if the touch involves their private body

    parts.

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    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of EvansvilleGrade 1

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To immediately notify a teacher, parent, or other trusted adult if they encounter anything on

    the Internet that is obscene (indecent) or unlawful.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To have emergency numbers, including the phone number of a friend or neighbor, if they are

    home alone.

    2.That adults should never ask children for directions, and to avoid approaching cars if they do

    not know the driver.

    3.To get away as quickly as they can if someone is following them, and to inform a trusted

    adult about what happened.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That each person must be treated with dignity and respect because each person is made in the

    image of God. This dignity and respect includes the privacy of their physical bodies. The

    body is sacred and holy.

    2.To recognize and appreciate differences in people.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That they are not at fault if someone touches or tries to touch them in a way that makes them

    feel uncomfortable, especially if the touch involves their private body parts.

    Safe Environment Curriculum

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    Diocese of Evansville

    Grade 2

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To use screen names that do not reveal their gender or location.ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That they should scream “Help” when someone is grabbing them or forcing them to go with

    them.

    2.That they stay on main streets and sidewalks when walking and biking.3.To ignore requests from strangers who may claim to know their parents and try to lure a child

    to leave school or home..

    4.Never to leave with a stranger, even if it is an emergency.5.Strategies to protect themselves if they are abducted.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To protect and assert their own emotional and psychological boundaries.TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That it is important not to keep secrets about touching, even if someone made them promise

    not to tell anyone.

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    Diocese of Evansville

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    Grade 3

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To regularly share with a teacher, parent, and/or other trusted adults the people they are

    communicating with online.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Student will learn:

    1.Who they can turn to for help at home, at school, and in the community.2.The warning signs of potential perpetrators.

    3.That a perpetrator is just as likely to be someone known to the student as to be a stranger.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To understand the importance of communication, both verbal and non-verbal, in avoiding

    maltreatment (physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and neglect).2.To understand and use conflict resolution skills.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To differentiate between safe, unsafe, and unwanted touches.

    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of Evansville

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    Grade 5Grade 4

    COMPUTER SAFETY:

    Students will learn:

    1.That it is unsafe to open spam or e-mails from people they don’t know in person.ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To lock the door if they are staying home alone.

    2.To notify their parents that they made it home safely if they are staying home alone.3.To avoid telling callers that their parents are not home.

    4.To inform a teacher, parent, or other trusted adult of any sexual solicitation or the availability

    of pornography.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To recognize the impact of violence and abuse on self and others.2.That it is important to dress modestly.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That not all unsafe touches feel “bad” and not all safe touches feel “good”.

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    Diocese of Evansville

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COMPUTER SAFETYGrade 6

    Students will learn:

    1.To block the sender if they receive an instant message (IM) from someone they do not know.2.To IM only those people they know in person and who have been approved by a teacher or

    parent.

    3.That it is not safe to post identity-revealing photos.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.If they sought help from someone in authority and that person does not take action, to seek

    help from another person in authority.

    2.That if they are staying home alone, they should check out the house before entering it, and

    go to a safe place to call for help if something does not seem right.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That the God-given gift of choice in words and actions has consequences.TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That there will be consequences and help for people who touch children in an inappropriate

    way.

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    Diocese of Evansville

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COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    Grade 7

    1.Not to respond to any rude, threatening, or annoying messages they receive.2.To avoid posting photos of others, even their friends, without the permission of their friends’

    parents.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To tell a teacher, parent, or another trusted adult if they know that a friend is being or has

    been abused.

    2.That they must notify their parents and receive their permission if they change their planned

    activities or whereabouts.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To recognize various types of abuse including physical, sexual, verbal, emotional, and

    neglect.

    2.To develop Christian virtues, especially the virtues of respect, chastity, and prudence.TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That it is important to tell about improper touching even when it can be hurtful to family

    members or others.

    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of Evansville

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That on the Internet, perpetrators may pose as a person with a different age or name without

    others knowing in order to entice or sexually exploit children.

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ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETYGrade 8

    Students will learn:

    1.To watch out for the safety of their younger brothers and sisters.2.That they should never go anywhere with anyone without the permission of their parents or

    teacher.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To recognize the difference between flirting and sexual harassment.2.To use self-defense and personal safety tactics.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To stay with the group at school dances and other activities.

    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of Evansville

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That some Internet sites ask users to list their age, gender, and interests, and that perpetrators

    use these profiles to search for potential victims.

    2.To never give out personal information or arrange to meet in person with someone they have

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    met online.

    Grade 9

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.To be alert to the fact that a seemingly innocent game can lead to sexual exploitation.2.To be wise to the fact that the offer of a short-term job or errand may be a trick to abduct

    and/or abuse.

    INTERPERSONAL SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That behaviors or actions that harm self or others physically, psychologically, or spiritually

    are wrong.

    TOUCHING SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That it is important to stay with the group at school activities; to never leave the building

    unless accompanied by a chaperone.

    Safe Environment Curriculum

    Diocese of Evansville

    COMPUTER SAFETY

    Students will learn:

    1.That it is never appropriate to respond to any online communication in a sexually provocative

    way.

    2.To ask themselves if they would be embarrassed if their friends or family saw the images

    they post or view online, and to avoid posting or viewing any images that would cause

    embarrassment.

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