How are schools handling restroom and locker room use?

Every student needs to feel safe and that their privacy is protected during restroom and locker room use. Accommodations will be made for any student who is uncomfortable or feels their privacy is being infringed upon.

If any student desires increased privacy, regardless of the underlying reason, the administrator shall provide the student with reasonable access to an alternative restroom such as a single-stall restroom or the health office restroom. Taking into account existing school facilities, administrators will take steps to designate single stall restrooms on their campus that any student may use. Where facilities constraints make this impractical, administrators will identify a restroom available for students wishing increased privacy, including for reasons of gender identity. Students believed to be using a restroom or locker room for improper purposes will be prevented from doing so and/or be held accountable in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct.