Discussions about an anti-bullying policy and sexual education curriculum created an at-times heated board meeting Tuesday for the San Diego Unified School District.
Neither issue was up for a significant vote before the board, but they both have been controversial among some district families.
Trustees did vote to expand the district's wellness program, which includes physical education, nutrition, safe-school environment and social-emotional wellness.
The program also includes a sex education curriculum some parents say is age inappropriate and contains pornographic material. More than 2,000 people have signed a petition asking for the curriculum to be suspended.