Specifically, we recommended that the parent letter include more specifics about the content of the sexuality course, especially the more controversial objectives of defining oral and anal sex. Also, we recommended moving the "three types of sex" information out of the days slated to teach the benefits of abstinence.
The committee has decided to tentatively discuss changes to the curriculum during the summer of 2015 if they have adequate resources.
They have also posted the parent letter online. You'll see the health course objectives at the same link.
In short, if parents are concerned about their children learning about oral and anal sex and 13 types of contraception (including "Emergency Contraceptive/Plan B"), they'll need to be proactive and work with their children's teachers when they learn that the sexuality unit is approaching.
Thanks to Marybell Avery from LPS district administration for keeping us posted.