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Jeanette Fanconi, the Check - the Facts Director, is a credentialed teacher with a Master's Degree in Education. 


She believes in educating, equipping, and empowering young people so that they can make life-affirming choices as they develop and become who they are meant to be in order to pursue their life goals.

Jeanette began developing the Check the Facts curriculum in January 2013 after working with a local high school district to develop a teen parenting program.


Since that time, she has continually updated and added to the curriculum in order to provide the most up-to-date sexual health information to area youth.

We feel strongly that encouraging our youth to make educated, healthy decisions will not only improve their own lives, but the state of our communities, as well.  Educating our youth on the facts about sexuality is important and necessary in helping them make good decisions.


Our Comprehensive Sexual Health Curriculum consists of ten presentations covering topics such as:


  • Anatomy, Conception, & Fetal Development 

  • Gender Identity, Stereotypes, & Allyship

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections & Contraception

  • Social Media Awareness & Safety

  • Healthy Relationships


“You guys were very light hearted and made it easy to talk about these things. I had to sit next to a boy and it wasn’t even awkward! That is an accomplishment and the jolly ranchers.”

— 13 year old Student

“The statistics with STIs were very surprising. Learning about the pregnancy cycle and how humans are formed is amazing.”

— 14 year old Student

“I really enjoyed the fact that they presented about self-worth and suicide awareness. It’s not really talked about in school, but it needs to be addressed. I’m glad they did!”

— 17 year old Student

“The thing I liked the most was that we learned about how much sex can affect our lives.”

— 13 year old Student

"I would recommend this presentation to a friend because the presentation made me sit back and think about what I wanted to do with my life.”

— 12 year old Student

“They made us think by asking questions. They are kind and they speak clearly and give you candy.”

— 15 year old Student

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