State law requires districts to adopt dating violence policies.
Healthy Teen Relationship Act Toolkit A Local School District’s Guide to Teen Dating Violence Prevention
This toolkit provides a guideline for school districts in the state to institute teen dating violence prevention programs
Oregon Administrative Rules 581-022-2050 Human Sexuality Education
(6) The comprehensive plan of instruction shall include information that:
- (o) Teaches students how to identify and respond to attitudes and behaviors which contribute to sexual violence; (10) Materials and information shall be presented in a manner sensitive to the fact that there are students who have experienced, perpetrated, or witnessed sexual abuse and relationship violence.
Oregon Revised Statutes 339.366 Required policies on teen dating violence and domestic violence
(2) Each school district board shall adopt a policy that:
- (a) States that teen dating violence is unacceptable and is prohibited and that each student has the right to a safe learning environment;
- (b) Incorporates age-appropriate education about teen dating violence and domestic violence into new or existing training programs for students in grades 7 through 12 and school employees as recommended by the school officials identified under paragraph (d) of this subsection;
Oregon Youth Sexual Health Prevention Plan: Year 5 Update
This document provides the 5 year update on the state's sexual health and prevention plan. Page 10 outlines the goal for reducing non-consensual behaviors