Corunna schools crafts new bathroom policy

Argus-Press Photo/Aaron BodusCorunna Superintendent John Fattal, left, speaks at a school board meeting held in the Corunna High School Media Center on Monday night.

CORUNNA — A much smaller, though still decent contingent of residents were on hand for Monday’s Corunna school board meeting, where Superintendent John Fattal gave a first reading of a new bathroom and locker room usage policy.

The bathroom and locker room policies Fattal outlined contained very similar language, with only small diversions. In each case, the policy drafts reiterated that “any student who has a need or desire for increased privacy, regardless of underlying reasons” may do so, whether that means accessing individual, gender-neutral restrooms, or adjusted changing schedules in locker rooms.

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