CRANE, TX (KWES/CNN) – A small high school in West Texas is changing their sex-ed curriculum after a chlamydia outbreak.
Crane High School said 20 students out of its student body of about 300 have the sexually transmitted disease.
Monday school district officials met to discuss their three-day course on abstinence. They now want to include a discussion on the risks of STDs.
Last week the school sent letters home to parents, letting them know about the problem.