California state law for dating a minor
The Health Framework for California Public Schools (2003) provides voluntary guidelines to districts and schools, including additional supporting information and an update of school health laws. schools to fulfill their physical education obligations" in Assembly Concurrent Resolution 31 (2003).Education Code 33350 (no date available) encourages school districts that offer physical education in grades K-12 to provide quality instruction that develops the knowledge, attitudes, skills, behaviors, and motivation needed for lifelong fitness and activity.Code 51933 (2003) requires that commencing in grade 7, instruction and materials teach that abstinence from sexual intercourse is the only certain way to prevent unintended pregnancy and STDs, and provide information about the value of abstinence while also providing medically accurate information on other methods of preventing pregnancy and STDs.Code 51933 (2003) requires that commencing in grade 7, instruction and materials provide information about STDs, including transmission and effectiveness of FDA approved methods of reducing the risk of contracting STDs, information on local resources for testing and medical care for STDs.Students should be provided with their individual results upon the completion of the test.Education Code 33126 (1988, 2007) requires school districts to include physical performance test results in the district's and each school site's School Accountability Report Card. Education Code 51930 - 51939 (2003), known as the California Comprehensive Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Act," seeks to (1) provide a pupil with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect his or her sexual and reproductive health from unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases; and (2) encourage a pupil to develop healthy attitudes concerning adolescent growth and development, body image, gender roles, sexual orientation, dating, marriage, and family." Education Code 51934 (2003) requires each school district to (a) ensure that all pupils in grades 7 to 12, inclusive, receive HIV/AIDS prevention education from instructors trained in the appropriate courses.
Exemptions from physical eduction course may be granted to pupils for two years any time during grades 10 to 12, inclusive, if the pupil has met satisfactorily any five of the six standards of the physical performance test administered in grade 9 pursuant to Section 60800.Education Code 51225.3 (2000) does not allow a student to receive a high school diploma without the completion of two courses in physical education, unless an exemption was made.California Code of Regulations 10060 (1977) requires all senior or four-year high schools to appraise the quality of the physical education program according to the criteria outlined in the code.Education Code 51220.5 (1992/1993) requires parenting education to be included in either grade 7 or grade 8.
Education Code 51262 (1986/1994) encourages a lesson on the effects of anabolic steroids in grades 7 to 12.Physical Fitness Assessment: Education Code 60800 (1995, 2007) requires each school district to administer a physical performance test to all students in grades 5, 7, and 9 during the month of February, March, April, or May.