Clovis Unified faces a lawsuit over the way its schools handle sex ed.
The argument is that a textbook used to teach sex education does not teach about condoms and is putting teens' health at risk.
Two parents in the district, along with the American Academy of Pediatrics from Northern California, and the Gay-Straight Alliance Network are suing. They're represented by the ACLU.
Aubree Smith, one of the parents suing the district said, "When schools provide accurate health information, that can spark dialogue at home with parents, where parents can share their values."
Clovis Unified spokeswoman Kelly Avants said, "Clovis Unified School District will continue to provide family life curriculum that both meets the California content standards and reflects the expectations of our community."