CFSD Allows 18 Year-Old BOYS to Undress and Shower with 14 Year-Old GIRLS

Senior Boys Showering With Freshman Girls!

“Not all students…are comfortable sharing facilities (locker rooms, restrooms, hotel rooms) so we try to respond to their issues by finding alternatives that are satisfactory…Our practice is not illegal; actually, not doing this is discriminatory.”


CFSD Superintendent Dr. Mary Kamerzell, February 26, 2023

Is this a policy?

“In truth, our District does have a policy which was crafted by and unanimously passed by the Board that governs these matters. This policy is [the] Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity [policy]. Any student who is uncomfortable sharing multiple-occupancy facilities with others has the ability to request an accommodation. Our district administrators respond to their needs and find alternatives for those students. The way our administrators are operating is well within the directive of our established Board policy.”


~ CFSD Board President Jackson

Where is this written policy?

“We don’t have a written policy about shared facilities because one size does not fit all.”


~ Superintendent Kamerzell, February 26, 2023

But the policy doesn’t mention changing areas, bathrooms, showers, or hotels, or provide any clear guidance on this issue. Here it is:

“The District is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to sex (which includes a prohibition against sexual harassment as described in the District’s policy concerning sexual harassment), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ethnicity, religion, creed, age, or disability.”

Don’t take our word for it. Ask your principal directly:

CFHS, Jody Brase,

Orange Grove Middle School, Mark Rubin-Toles,

Esperero Middle School, Mary Setliff,

Manzanita Elementary School, Kim Boling,

Sunrise Drive Elementary School, Andrea Davidson,

Ventana Vista Elementary School, Judith Dauman,

Canyon View Elementary School, Rob Henikman,

Valley View Early Learning Center, Jennifer Dooley,

The Full Story

School Board Refuses To Review Policy Telling Girls To Leave Locker Room If Uncomfortable With Trans Students.


Students Are Uncomfortable

Students are uncomfortable with co-ed bathrooms, showers, and changing areas. In this released email, CFHS cheerleaders want a female adult nearby while they are changing in the locker room. This teacher’s email was rejected with the following response: “I’m sorry I can not help or commit to this type of supervision due to my daily setup needs.”

CFSD defers to the DOE’s Office of Civil Rights

“It’s the U. S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights that addresses the rights of transgender youth via Title IX.”


~ Superintendent Dr. Mary Kamerzell

CFSD defers to the DOE’s Office of Civil Rights on this issue:

“The Department’s Title IX regulations permit schools to provide separate restrooms on the basis of sex.”


~ Program Legal Group, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education.