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Print Message Dell Archive Manager
From:
Helen Klnlan
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/9,
To:
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public schools sa!er and
more welcoming for vulnerable students. Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy 450, which provides non-discrimination protections for students
educators. This change will ens ure tha tra nsgender youth and adults
aro protected our schools from rassment and discrimination.
Fairfax County Public Schools have ready added gender identity and
gender expression protections the dis ricts anti- bullying policy, well non-discrilllination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators not yet explicitly
protected from discrinu.nation This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students tace heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout. These p~ot eccions are essential for
chese vulnerable youth.
All scudents deserve safe, supportive schools
discrin.inacion, bullyinq, and harassment
tha~
are tree !rom
Thank you,
Mrs. Helen Kinlan
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10/26/201
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From: Erin Laughlin
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
To:
Subject:Protect Transgender Students and Educato~
Sent:5
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you upport impor tant non-discrim
ination
protections hat will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Polic
1?1 450, whic provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators. This hange ensure hat ran sgender you and adults protected our schools from rassmen and discrimination irfax County Public Schools have already added gender dent ity
gender expression protections dis ricts anti-bullying policy, non-discrimina prot ections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender tudents and educa tors are not yet explicitly
protected from discriminati Thi policy change
ould match guidance
from Department Education, ich has made clear that gender
identity and gender xpression are full covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
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10/26/2015
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From: Ronda Brooks
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject:Protect Transgeoder Students and Educators
Sent:S/I
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and welcoming for vulnerable studen Please add gender
iden tity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
P1450,
hich provides non-discrimi nation protections for students and
educa tors This change will ensure hat transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination.
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the district ant -bul lying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made ear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Ms. Ronda Brook.s
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Email
From: Tina Bigdeli
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject:Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax Coun Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerabl students. Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fai rfax School Policy
P1450, which provides non-d scrimination protecti ons for students and
educators This change ensure that transgender you and adults
are rotected our schools from harassment and discrimina tion
Fairfax County Public Schools have aJ.read.f adoed- gender identity and
gender expression protections the distri cts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protecti ons based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout. These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you, ...
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10/26/2015
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L:1 Email
From: Frances Trainor
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent :5/I
May 201
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections tha will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more coming for vulnerable student Please add gender dentity expression protections Fai rfax School Policy
Pl450, which provi des non-discriminat protecti ons for students
educa tors. This change will nsure transgender youth adults protected schools from harassment and dis criminat
Fai rfax Colinty-Publ Schools have already added gender identity ana-
gender expression protections the districts ti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet xplicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from Department Education which has made clear that gender
identi and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face igh tened ris for discrimi nation,
harassment and school pushout These prote ctions are esse ntial for
these vul nerable youth.
All students des erve safe supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bul and rassment.
Thank you,
Ms. Fra nces Trainor
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10/2612015
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From: Stephen Nolan
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject :Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/l
May 2015
sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you upport important non-di scrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerabl students Please add gender
identity and expression protecti ons Fairfax School Policy
Pl450, which provides non-disc imina tion rotections for studen and
educators. This hange will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment discrimination.
Fai rfax County Public Schools have lready- ada gender identity and
gender xpression protections the istrict anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educator are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you,
Mr. Stephen Nolan
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10/26/2015
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From Sarah Shannon
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
ubject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
ent:s1;
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support impor tant non-discrimination
protections that will help Coun Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerabl student Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fai School Pol icy
Pl4 which provides non-disc:imination protec ion for students and
educators This nge will ensure that ansgender youth and adul
are protected our school f:om harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public Schools have ready added gender iden tity and
gender expression protections the district bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educat are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully cove red Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout. These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Mrs. Sarah Shannon
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10/26/2015
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From: Aysegul Acar Dreyer
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Merrber)
Subject:Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non- scrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax Count Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students. Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provides non-disc:imination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination.
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth. students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment. the mother JEB Stuart student
Thank you,
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From: Jessica Woolwine
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/;
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students. Please add gender
identi and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450, which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators. This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender express ion protections the district anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimi nation,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Mrs. Jessica Woolwine
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From: JOSEPH CABUSH
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/71
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students. Please add gender
identity and expres sion protections Fairfax School Policy 450 which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and dults
are protected our schools from harassmen and discrimination.
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This poli change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened ris for discrimi nation,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essentia for
these vulnerable youth
Working daily with transgender students FCPS, have found that
there still ongoing discrimination and would love see FCPS take leadership role reducing the high risk suicide among this
population
Thank you,
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From: David McNiff
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:5/6,
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
P1450 which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators Thi change will ensure that transgender youth and adul
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the distric anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Mr. David McNiff
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Email
From: Christy Russo
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:5/6,
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students. Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
P1450, which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators. This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination.
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout. These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
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From: To: (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/<
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adul
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
airfax County PabTlc-Scho01.s- have already addett gender- ctentity and
gender expression protecti ons the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout. These rotections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students and teachers deserve safe, supportive schools that are
free from discrimination, bullying, and harassment. transgender
student, cant honestly say that feel safe school, and
furthermore someone who wants teacher the future, feel
that will come feel even less safe and will even less open
about being who am. beg you create space where students and
educators dont have feel the same way.
Thank you,
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10/26/2015
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From: Judith Hines
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:5/f
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators Thi change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you,
Mrs. Judith Hines
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10/26/2015
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Sent:S/I
From: Bridget Duru
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more wel coming for vulnerable students ease add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450, which provi des non-discrimination protections for students and
educators Thi change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
fairfax County Publi Schools have already added gena~e~r.....1~a~e~n~t~1~t~y a~n~a~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet expli citly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education which has made ear that gender
identity and ender expression are fully covered tle
protections.
Transgender students face heightened ris for discrimi nation,
harassment and school pushout. These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth
All students deserve safe supporti schools that are free from scri mination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you,
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10/26/2015
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Email
From: Laurie Lubsen
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/61
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
P1450 which provides non-discrimination prot ections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identit and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment and school pushout. These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you Laurie Lubse
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10/26/2015
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From: Chris Fowler
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:5/(
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provide non-discrimination protections for student and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax county Public SChools have alreaoy--!tttted gl!lfderTt!ent:i:1:11-rilTrl~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are ful covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassme and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerable yout
All students deserve safe supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Mr. Chris Fowler
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;:J Email
From: kathleen ilson
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/t
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure tha ransgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax county Public Scnools nave already adOed gen~im-t.TitV?lTnr~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassme school pushout These protections are essential for
these vul nerable youth
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you,
Ms. Kathleen Wilson
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10/26/2015
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From: Jessica Say
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S /5,
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear E:vans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which rovides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Falrfax County Public Schools have already added gender~~1
nd~e~n~t~rnt~y:r-?ann~a1-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department E:ducation, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for iscrimination,
harassment and school pushout. These protections are essen tial for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment
Thank you,
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From: Jhumur Chaudhuri
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/5,
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450, which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax county Public Schoo1s-liave already added gend~enttty and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout. These protection are essential for
these nerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
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10/26/2015
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From: Matt Chance
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcomi for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
P1450 which provides non-discrimination protections for student
educators This change will ensure that tra nsgender youth and adul
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added genaer identity and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, whi has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are ful covered Title
protections
Transgender udents face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassme and school pushout These prot ections are essentia for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination bullying, and harassment
Thank you,
Mr. Matt Chance
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From: Gerrald Gantt
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
To:
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/51
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
P1450, which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators. This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination.
Fairfax County Public Schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections.
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment and school pushout. These protections are essential for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Mr. Gerrald Gantt
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From: Rolf Taylor
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject :Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:5
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans emailing you ask you support important non- discrimination
protections that will help make irfax County Public School safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students. Please add gender
identity and expression prot ections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provi des non-discrimination protecti ons for students and
educators Thi change will ensure that trans gender youth and adu
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination
Fairfax County Public schools have already added gender identity and
gender expression protections the district anti- bullying policy well non-discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discri mination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identi and gender xpre ssion are covered Title
protections
Transgender tudent face heightened risk for discriminati
harassment, and school pushout. These protections are essen tial for
these vulnerable youth.
All students deserve safe supportive schools that are free from
discriminat ion bullying, and harassment
Thank you
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From: Augustus Vranizan
To:
Evans, Sandy
chool Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/!
May 2015
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools safer and
more welcoming for vulnerable students Please add gender
identity and expression protections Fairfax School Policy
Pl450 which provides non-discrimination protections for students and
educators This change will ensure that transgender youth and adults
are protected our schools from harassment and discrimination.
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gender expression protections the districts anti-bullying policy, well non- discrimination protections based sexual orientation.
However, transgender students and educators are not yet explicitly
protected from discrimination. This policy change would match guidance
from the Department Education, which has made clear that gender
identity and gender expression are fully covered Title
protections
Transgender students face heightened risk for discrimination,
harassment, and school pushout These protections are essential for
these vulnerabl youth
All students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you, Augustus Vranizan
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From: Sophie Fowler
To:
Evans, Sandy (School Board Member)
Subject: Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Sent:S/!
May
Sandy Evans
Dear Evans, emailing you ask you support important non-discrimination
protections that will help make Fairfax County Public Schools afe and
more coming for vulnerable student Please add gender
identity expr ess ion protecti ons Fai rfax School Policy
Pl450 which provides non-discrimination otections for tude nts
educators. This change will ensure hat transgender youth adul
are protected our schools from har assment and discrimination
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