SACIS and CAISA offer comprehensive prevention education services and professional training workshops throughout our service area. Our Pre K-12 prevention programming curriculum is age-appropriate, parent-and-kid-approved, evidence-based, CDC-approved, and consistent across the SACIS and CAISA service area. Topics include body safety, boundaries, consent, and respect, healthy and unhealthy relationships, bystander intervention, and how to ask a trusted adult for help.

Our programs and curriculum continue to meet the standards for the mandated requirements for schools to meet annually including:

  • Erin’s Law: Body Safety Prevention Education 
  • Senate Bill 818 Keeping Youth Safe and Healthy Act
  • House Bill  24 on Sexting Prevention Education

Descriptions and websites of our available curriculum are listed below with outlines, objectives, and lesson samples. To request a program or additional information, please contact our Director of Prevention Services, Amanda Feder at



Second Step Child Protection Early Learning-5:

Scope and Sequence:

This research-based program includes clear scripted lessons designed for age appropriate lessons on the various ways to detect unsafe situations and report them to a trusted adult.

Lesson 1: Ways to stay safe

Lesson 2: Always ask first rule

Lesson 3: Safe and unsafe touches

Lesson 4: The touching rule*

Lesson 5: Practicing staying safe

*If requesting a single session for your classroom, we will utilize lesson 4 “Safe and Unsafe Touches.”


Shifting Boundaries Grades 6-7:

The Shifting Boundaries curriculum begins with allowing students to identify their own boundaries and recognize the boundaries of their peers through several communication-based activities. Students will then unpack common scenarios to recognize if they are safe/”no big deal” or unsafe/”a big deal” to guide them into a discussion of the difference between sexual violence and flirting. Finally, students will collaborate to list safe and unsafe spaces within their school and identify how to report any unsafe situations to trusted adults.

7th Grade:

Lesson 1: What is a Boundary?

Lesson 2: Measuring Personal Space

Lesson 3: “Flirting or Hurting” DVD /Respecting Boundaries Agreement

Lesson 4: Mapping Safe and Unsafe Spaces at School

8th Grade:

Lesson 1: What is a Boundary?

Lesson 2: Measuring Personal Space

Lesson 3:Big Deal or No Big Deal

Lesson 4: “Flirting or Hurting” DVD /Respecting Boundaries Agreement

Lesson 5: “Says Who” questionnaire/”What Can I Do?” Tips

Lesson 6: Mapping Safe and Unsafe Spaces at School


Safe Dates Grades 8-12:

The Safe Dates curriculum is a ten-session program that deals with attitudes and behaviors associated with dating abuse and violence. Each session can be completed in about forty minutes. The curriculum can be presented over a period of days or weeks, depending on your program’s schedule.

Session 1: Defining Caring Relationships.

Session 2: Defining Dating Abuse

Session 3: Why Do People Abuse?

Session 4: How to Help Friends

Session 5: Helping Friends

Session 6: Overcoming Gender Stereotypes

Session 7: How We Feel, How We Deal

Session 8: Equal Power through Communication

Session 9: Preventing Dating Sexual Abuse

Session 10: Reviewing the Safe Dates Program


Safe Bars


More Professional and Community Training Opportunities:

Human Trafficking

Red Flags of Sexual Abuse

Sexual Violence is a Public Health Crisis

Bystander Intervention

Workplace Sexual Harassment

Title IX