CDA Schools Approves Bathroom Policy Enforcing Biological Sex Requirements

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The Coeur d’Alene School District met last night in a special meeting, and produced a draft policy preventing transgenders, and other students afflicted with sexual-dysphoria issues from using bathrooms not aligning with their biological sex. This move follows new legislation passed in the recent session of the Idaho Legislature and passage of SB1100.

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  • The Coeur d’Alene School District has drafted a policy for school restroom, locker rooms, and overnight lodging with the aim of protecting the privacy & safety of all students and was created in response to Idaho’s new gender-specific bathroom law.
  • The draft policy allows for reasonable accommodations to be made for students who are unwilling or unable to use a multi-occupancy facility designated for their sex, and it includes exemptions for various circumstances.
  • The policy will be voted on for approval during the May 8 board meeting.

Cd’A trustees approve draft bathroom policy

A draft policy regarding school restroom and changing facility access and overnight lodging will soon go out for public comment in the Coeur d’Alene School District.