Bathroom Privacy Petition Sign this petition to oppose the Obama administration’s transgender bathroom mandate and ask your school district to protect privacy for all students. Select a School District*Make a SelectionCarson City School DistrictChurchill County School DistrictClark County School DistrictDouglas County School DistrictElko County School DistrictEsmeralda County School DistrictEureka County School DistrictHumboldt County School DistrictLander County School DistrictLincoln County School DistrictLyon County School DistrictMineral County School DistrictNye County School DistrictPershing County School DistrictStorey County School DistrictWashoe County School DistrictWhite Pine School District I, the undersigned, as a resident of the State of Nevada, do oppose any policies that allow biological males in bathrooms, locker rooms, or showers, designated for biological females, or females in these facilities designated for biological males, in our public schools. A federal judge recently issued an injunction against the Obama directive, which demanded that all public schools open bathrooms, locker rooms, showers, and sports teams to students based on their gender identity rather than their biological sex. Nothing requires Nevada to perpetuate this violation of student privacy. I also oppose any efforts by Nevada policy makers to force biological girls and boys to share any of the above-mentioned facilities. I believe that accommodations should be made for students who do not feel comfortable in traditional sex-separated facilities, but the privacy of other students should never be compromised by those accommodations. We call upon our School Board Trustees, and our Superintendent, to implement a Student Privacy Protection Policy. Contrary to what some have been led to believe, below are 5 information facts for you to consider: 1. No Federal law requires school districts to grant students access to facilities dedicated to the opposite sex. 2. No state law can strip away students of their constitutional right to privacy. 3. Granting students access to opposite-sex changing areas could subject schools to tort liability for violating parents’ rights. 4. School districts have broad discretion to regulate the use of restrooms and similar facilities and to balance competing interests. 5. As a practical matter, a public school will not lose federal funding for non-compliance with Title IX. Please enact a policy that supports privacy for all of our students. Name* First Last City*Zip Code*Email* PhonePhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.