The author of the letter makes the allegation that a trans woman exposed herself to a gathering of young people.
A letter received on Thursday accused the Sun Prairie Area School District (SPASD) in Wisconsin of not reacting “adequately” to a breach of students’ private rights after a transgender woman showered with four female freshmen.
The School District of Palm Beach County (SPASD) received a letter from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), which claimed in the letter that the district’s prior efforts had “been completely inadequate” and requested a response.
The organization’s lawyers wrote to the school, demanding that it “address this immediately and put in place policies that will protect the safety and privacy of all students” and “provide public notice of those policies.”
Four female students at Sun Prairie East High School sent a letter entitled “Serious Violation of Girls’ Privacy Rights in Sun Prairie East Locker Room,” expressing their concern with the presence of a “undressed” transgender person, aged 18, in the ladies’ locker room.
Four female freshman at EHS participated in a swim unit on March 3rd, according to the attorneys representing WILL.
After each lesson, the female students would use the girls’ locker room to get ready for the next one. When they approached the locker area, however, the transgender senior was already sitting. According to WILL, the transgender individual in question was a graduating senior.
The female pupils in the first period PE class were uncomfortable with the transsexual kid.
The transgender student was astonished to find herself in the girls’ locker room, despite the fact that her female peers were aware of her gender identification and her regular use of the ladies’ toilets, as mentioned in the letter. The other girls used the locker room and showers without seeing or interacting with the trans girl.
Will asserts that, following a swim in physical education class, it is standard practice for students to do laundry while still wearing their swimsuit. Teenage girl apparently stepped into locker room after females were done bathing and announced, “I’m trans, by the way.”
In the words of the letter, the transgender student “undressed fully and showered completely naked right next to one of the girls.”
When he saw four women approaching from behind, he whirled around and flashed them.
The media was the first to report the incident to student services. WILL argues that the SPASD’s proposed actions fall short of what is needed. This formal grievance states that “SPASD did not follow its own policy in this instance regarding District Response to Alleged Sexual Harassment.”
According to WILL, the school’s Title IX coordinator should have been informed of the incident, should have contacted the affected female students, and should have made counseling services and a formal complaint procedure accessible.
A second passage states that “supportive measures may have included modifications to keep them enrolled in school and enough privacy in the locker area, at least while a Title IX inquiry was ongoing.” The District made zero efforts to track down or contact the young women. The District’s initial response also ran afoul of Title IX.
The EHS principal admitted fault and showed remorse in an email obtained by Fox News Digital.
An attorney for SPASD reviewed WILL’s letter and found that it “provides neither an accurate nor complete account of the events that occurred.”
Will’s letter describes an incident that occurred within the school, and the District is prohibited by law from disclosing any information about specific kids within the District, per Wisconsin pupil records laws, Wis. Stat. 118.125. In response to WILL’s letter, the District has implemented measures that should prevent such situations in the future. Parents who have concerns may also contact the District.
We asked the District about this, and were informed, “The District cannot address your question, and honestly we are not confident that that assertion is true.” If this is true, then the parents clearly do not trust the District’s efforts. A second meeting with concerned parents has been provided by the District.