- Treating students consistent with their gender identity,
- Not requiring a medical diagnosis, medical treatment, or official identification documents as a prerequisite for a student to be treated consistent with their gender identity,
- Allowing transgender students to access sex-segregated activities (e.g., athletics and single-sex classes) consistent with their gender identity,
- Allowing transgender students to access sex-segregated facilities (including restrooms, locker rooms and housing/overnight accommodations) consistent with their gender identity, and
- Protecting transgender students’ privacy (for example, by not designating students’ sex as directory information).
PRESS model policy 7:10-AP, Accommodating Transgender Students or Gender Non-Conforming Students, will be updated to include these documents in its list of References for school district consideration. Schools are reminded to consult with their Board attorney regarding any further updates to their policies and procedures governing transgender students. For further discussion of transgender student issues, please click here.