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New Policy: Pasco County students must use restrooms that correspond with sex at birth

PASCO SCHOOL BOARD -

The superintendent of Pasco County Schools announced Tuesday during a meeting that students must now use restrooms that correspond with their biological sex at birth.


Citing a late December ruling involving the St. Johns County school district by the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Superintendent Kurt Browning announced that schools will revise procedures so that students will be told to use the restroom and locker room according to the sex on their birth certificate.


Superintendent Kurt Browning said that the county will update its policy to align with the state's new parental rights in education law.


Browning alerted principals via email on Tuesday of his plan to update the district rules, which the administration and school board declined to change in the past despite heavy pressure from conservative and church-based organizations.

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Mike Charles
Mike Charles
Jan 04, 2023

Obviously!

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As it should be!

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Gene Catanzaro
Gene Catanzaro
Jan 04, 2023

Finally, A law that makes complete sense. Man I love FL.

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