Eighth and 10th grade students at Pike County High School are getting an education that's not in most textbooks.
The Abstinence in Motion program is visiting the school all week. Program instructors hope to encourage healthy lifestyles with a "no sex is safe sex" policy.
Stephanie Flowers, AIM Instructor, talked to Pike County High School students about the consequences of teenage pregnancy.
AIM was developed almost four years ago by a registered nurse concerned about the increase in teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
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