Oceanside Unified School District
HIGH SCHOOL HIV/AIDS REQUIREMENT
For Parents of 10th - 12th grade students who have NOT completed the requirement
High school students must meet the California HIV/AIDS requirement in order to graduate. Oceanside Unified School District offers this requirement through completion of the HIV/AIDS Requirement online CANVAS course. Students do not receive high school credits for this course. Students can access the HIV/AIDS Requirement course from any computer with internet access. They must go to the campus testing center to complete the final test.
The HIV/AIDS Requirement lessons cover the following topics:
- HIV/AIDS and its effects on the body
- Ways HIV is transmitted
- Reducing the risk of contracting HIV
- Public health issues associated with HIV/AIDS
- Refusal and decision-making skills to avoid high-risk activities
- Societal views on HIV/AIDS and compassion for persons with HIV/AIDS
- Local resources for HIV testing and medical care
If you would like to preview HIV/AIDS Requirement lessons, please stop by your child’s school office.
If you do not want your child to take the HIV/AIDS Requirement course, please complete the form below and return to your child’s high school office within 30 days of enrollment.
If you wish to opt-out your child, please print, complete this form and take or mail to the Guidance Tech at your child’s high school within 30 days. (Must return by Tuesday, November 15, 2016)
El Camino High School:
Oceanside High School:
Ocean Shores High School:
El Camino High School
400 Rancho de Oro Drive
Oceanside, CA 92057
Oceanside High School
1 Pirates Cove
Oceanside, CA 92054
Ocean Shores High School
3131 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, CA 92056
Please complete this form only if you do not want your child to complete the HIV/AIDS Requirement course.
Click here to view a list of places where students can access computers to complete this requirement.
Student information for CANVAS login instructions.