PREK – 12 SCHOOLS

Assemblies, professional development, and parent nights.

COS creates an indelible pin-drop experience for your audience. We work with schools for an hour, a day, and even years. Regardless of the time, our impact lasts well beyond our physical presence. COS provides research and time-tested successful programming. Every client has access to our online resource portals, webinar training, parent and faculty preparation materials and pre/post-tests to measure efficacy.  

Sample Respectful Relationships Program Series

9th Grade Program: “He, She, and They: Whose Bathroom Is It Anyway?”

10th Grade Program: “Flirting vs. Hurting: Compliments or Harassment – Do You Know the Difference?”

11th Grade Program: “No-Yes: Katie Koestner’s Story and Healthy Relationships”

12th Grade Program: “I Said – You Said: Join the Jury and Hear the Case”

Learning Outcomes:

  • Practical tips on preferred pronouns and respectful interactions
  • Gender binary model and how it’s enforced in society
  • Fluidity and impermanence of gender identity
  • Identity and presentation differences
  • Inclusivity of transgender, non-binary, and other gender nonconforming people

Learning Outcomes:

  • Signs of an unhealthy vs. healthy relationship
  • Gender roles and gender norms affect self-confidence
  • Harassment and how it presents in-person and online
  • Privilege and power impact relationships and romantic encounters
  • Bystander skills for responding to harassment and unhealthy relationships

Learning Outcomes:

  • Role of alcohol and drugs as they impact the ability to give legal consent.
  • Risk reduction strategies for sexual assault
  • Proactive bystander skills for students and how to intervene in potentially risky situations
  • Characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships
  • Steps to take if you or a friend has been victimized
  • How to report sexual assault and obtain medical attention and psychological support

Learning Outcomes:

  • What constitutes valid consent, including the difference between coercion and seduction
  • How alcohol and other drugs impact decision-making abilities and whether consent is still valid
  • Myths and stereotypes which contribute to and perpetuate sexual violence and how to dispel them.
  • Ways to clearly communicate with a partner about expectations and boundaries.
  • Bystander skills and strategies, including how to intervene when they see others in vulnerable situations.

9th Grade Program: “He, She, and They: Whose Bathroom Is It Anyway?”

Learning Outcomes:

  • Practical tips on preferred pronouns and respectful interactions
  • Gender binary model and how it’s enforced in society
  • Fluidity and impermanence of gender identity
  • Identity and presentation differences
  • Inclusivity of transgender, non-binary, and other gender nonconforming people

10th Grade Program: “Flirting vs. Hurting: Compliments or Harassment – Do You Know the Difference?”

Learning Outcomes:

  • Signs of an unhealthy vs. healthy relationship
  • Gender roles and gender norms affect self-confidence
  • Harassment and how it presents in-person and online
  • Privilege and power impact relationships and romantic encounters
  • Bystander skills for responding to harassment and unhealthy relationships

11th Grade Program: “No-Yes: Katie Koestner’s Story and Healthy Relationships”

Learning Outcomes:

  • Role of alcohol and drugs as they impact the ability to give legal consent.
  • Risk reduction strategies for sexual assault
  • Proactive bystander skills for students and how to intervene in potentially risky situations
  • Characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships
  • Steps to take if you or a friend has been victimized
  • How to report sexual assault and obtain medical attention and psychological support

12th Grade Program: “I Said – You Said: Join the Jury and Hear the Case”

Learning Outcomes:

  • What constitutes valid consent, including the difference between coercion and seduction
  • How alcohol and other drugs impact decision-making abilities and whether consent is still valid
  • Myths and stereotypes which contribute to and perpetuate sexual violence and how to dispel them.
  • Ways to clearly communicate with a partner about expectations and boundaries.
  • Bystander skills and strategies, including how to intervene when they see others in vulnerable situations.
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