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FLASH digital access is transferring to a new website!

  • Digital Middle School and High School FLASH lessons are temporarily unavailable. They will be available on the new website by October 1, 2021.
  • Current license holders will receive an email with instructions to create a new account in order to access their materials, once the move is complete.
  • The order form to purchase digital access and hard copies of the curriculum will also be available on the new website.
  • Printed FLASH binders are still available during this time. If you'd like to order printed binders prior to October 1, please email us at FLASH@kingcounty.gov.
Thank you for your patience as we make this transition. Please check back here for updates, including a link to the new site!

About FLASH

  • About the FLASH curriculum
    More information about this sexual health education curriculum.

  • Family communication materials
    FLASH introduction letter and family homework assignments available in multiple languages.

  • Training for teachers: How to setup FLASH for your school district
    Training is not required to use FLASH, however training improves comfort, confidence and effectiveness in delivering the curriculum.

  • Order FLASH
    All grade levels of FLASH are available for purchase in hard copy. Additionally, Middle School and High School FLASH are available on an online platform by purchasing a digital license.

    Request free access to FLASH (King County only)
    King County teachers can email FLASH@kingcounty.gov to request free access. King County teachers: in your email, please include your name, position, school, and building address.

    Contact FLASH staff
    Please contact the FLASH staff at FLASH@kingcounty.gov if you have any additional questions about the program.

FLASH Lesson Plans

 


Where is FLASH being used?

FLASH is a popular, high quality sex education program, developed by Public Health – Seattle & King County. The FLASH curriculum is a public health intervention developed for schools. FLASH is used in every region of the country, in a wide variety of communities – urban, suburban and rural. Since 2015, purchases have been made in 44 states.

Public Health – Seattle & King County does not have a mechanism for tracking locations where FLASH has been purchased or downloaded. Individuals are not asked to register their use of FLASH, and as such we cannot provide reliable data about exactly who is using FLASH across the United States or internationally, or which lessons districts are choosing to implement. The best way to find out what sexual health education curriculum is being used by your local school district is to be in touch with them directly.


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