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S.P.I.D.E.R.S. Program

Safety Playbook for Individual Development
and Engagement of Responsible Students

High School Lessons






Spider Learning, Inc. firmly believes that we should be doing everything that we can to help you stay educated about sexual assault and abuse, including how to safely seek help and grow into confident young adults. Our comprehensive online program expands beyond the topic of assault and abuse and addresses the following eight themes throughout the program:

















These digital lessons strive to help you navigate through the crucial skills necessary to instill within yourself a sense of pride, confidence, and safety. They will feature hypothetical situations and various scenarios designed to educate you about your  feelings regarding self image, peer pressure, decision-making, and relationships.


**All images used within these lesson plans are in the public domain or utilize a Creative Commons license.


Emotional Health



The Media


Relationships, Behaviors, and Social Interaction

Safety and


Sexual Assault and Abuse

Safety Playbook for Individual Development and
Engagement of Responsible Students

High School Lesson Titles

These lessons are designed to inform students about safety, abuse and making good decisions without placing them in uncomfortable situations.


*Scroll to the bottom for a link to the sample lesson.


Lessons 1 and 2:

Decision-Making - Part 1

Decision-Making - Part 2


Lessons 3 and 4: 
Influences on Attitude and Behaviors - Part 1
Influences on Attitude and Behaviors - Part 2


Lessons 5 and 6:
Communicating in Relationships - Part 1
Communicating in Relationships - Part 2


Lessons 7 and 8: 
Healthy Boundaries and Refusal Skills - Part 1
Healthy Boundaries and Refusal Skills - Part 2


Lessons 9 and 10:

Healthy Relationships - Part 1

Healthy Relationships - Part 2


Lessons 11, 12, and 13:
Preventing Abusive Relationships - Part 1
Preventing Abusive Relationships - Part 2

Preventing Abusive Relationships - Part 3

 Click below to view a

Sample High School Lesson

If you suspect or know that a student has been the victim of sexual assault, violence, or abuse, you are required to immediately report this information, in compliance with state law.  Immediately speak with building administration if you have any questions about this process.

There are additional resources available, but it is always important to reach out to a parent, teacher, counselor, family member, or other trusted adult that can help.


For a full list of available resources, visit the link below.

S.P.I.D.E.R.S. Resources

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