The following comes from a February 1 SF Examiner article by Laura Dudnick:

San Francisco’s public schools leaders are considering distributing condoms at middle schools.

The policy change, introduced by San Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Richard Carranza to the Board of Education earlier this month, is part of an overall effort by the district to further prevent sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy among minors.

In addition to supplying condoms at middle schools, the superintendent’s recommended changes include eliminating any exemption option for parents, according to the proposal introduced at the January 12 board meeting. Parents would still be notified annually about the program.