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From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Randall Casey
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 11:08:51
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Randall Casey
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Peter Reynolds
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 11:08:48
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Dr. Peter Reynolds
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Louise Perini
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 11:08:47
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Louise Perini
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Klare Keenan
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 11:08:26
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Klare Keenan
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Robbie Morris
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:38:31
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Mrs. Robbie Morris
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Annette Puente
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:38:30
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Annette Puente
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Bethany Cardone
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:38:23
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Mrs. Bethany Cardone
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Liz Dyer
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:45
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Liz Dyer
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Alexis Garretson
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:35
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Alexis Garretson
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf John Richards
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:30
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. John Richards
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf John Richards
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:28
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. John Richards
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Eric Papula
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:28
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Eric Papula
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Janette Dunder
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:28
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Miss Janette Dunder
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Anthony Bankhead
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:27
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Anthony Bankhead
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Sarah Foote
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:25
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Miss Sarah Foote
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf George Little
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 11:09:02
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. George Little
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Leslie Plummer
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:39:09
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Leslie Plummer
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Alex Kaufman
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:39:09
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Alex Kaufman
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Ray Mims
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:39:03
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Ray Mims
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Jennifer Brooks
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:38:46
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. must create safe, hate-free environment for our children. All
students deserve safe, supportive schools that are free from
discrimination, bullying, and harassment.
Thank you,
Ms. Jennifer Brooks
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Elle Colen
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:38:17
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Elle Colen
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Kate Hough
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:08:21
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Kate Hough
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Kathleen Darrah
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:08:19
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Kathleen Darrah
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Michael Palmer
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:08:17
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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.
Specifying protection for Transgendered students reinforces for all our
children the importance tolerance for those who may different. the Rogers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific
song about racism Youve Got Carefully Taught applies
here. Fairfax County should carefullly teach our young people not
hate and practice tolerance. Life will much smoother for them
and for the rest Fairfax County steps and leads the way
these important issues.
Thank you,
Mr. Michael Palmer
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Asma Rasheed
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:27
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Miss Asma Rasheed
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Dianna Belman
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:24
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Dianna Belman
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Gwen Doddy Lowit
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:23
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Gwen Doddy Lowit
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Diann Presley
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:21
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Diann Presley
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Douglas Firman
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:19
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Douglas Firman
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Emily Britt
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:17
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. are FCPS family and this important us. All students deserve
safe, supportive schools that are free from discrimination, bullying,
and harassment.
Thank you,
Ms. Emily Britt
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Kate York
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 10:08:21
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Kate York
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Schultz, Elizabeth (School Board Member)
Garza, Karen; Lockard, Steven
Protection but not for everyone, just some
Monday, May 04, 2015 9:21:29
Karen, Steve: individual Board Members and collectively Board not understand the implications intent this change; there basis for Board Member answer constituents
constructive concerns even the most basic ones. This becomes crucial when you look other
school divisions where such sweeping changes have significantly impacted the environment for
teachers, academics and even student athletics:
Fourth grade teacher opposes transgender student bathroom access; forced Union Dues
contributions used support the measure leads Friedrichs California Teachers
Association Free Speech Case U.S. Supreme Court
High school league votes let transgender athletes pick their teams
State Law Mandates Students Study the Role and Contributions Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,
and Transgender Americans
California Public School Kids Now Required Study Contributions LGBT Americans
New LGBTTQ+ Policy Includes Gender-Free Pronouns Xe, Xem and Xyr
State allows high school students participate activities manner that consistent
with their gender identity, irrespective the gender listed student records can answer any reasonable and prudent questions about what this policy expansion means.
The following have already occurred other school divisions and states, more than
reasonable pontificate among many other things:
Will incorporate material into the curriculum and require all students learn the
contributions particular sexually-oriented and gender-oriented protected classes?
Will teachers become gender identity referees/pseudo-medical personnel navigating who
what gender which day controversy re: the daily use bathrooms and locker rooms
Will the biological gender athletes become irrelevant high school athletics and the
players locker rooms?
Will permit any adult who gender-presenting, gender transitioning, gender nonconforming, gender fluid, gender questioning, etc. teach children any age?
Will replace all pronouns with gender sensitive/neutral nomenclature the next politically-advantageous step for the Governor, Lt. Governor and eradicate
Virginia Right Work status when teachers will face unions using their dues promote
issues which they inherently oppose, abridging their 1st Amendment rights should the
Friedrichs CTA case before the Supreme Court right now not decided favor free
speech?
Will ever engage the parent, student and teacher voice authentically and present the
pros/cons/other issues make deliberative and informed policy decisions? members particular religious faith believe they have been especially maltreated campus, the FCPS education environment, the wider community more broadly our national dialogue,
would identify them separate protected class beyond religion our non-discrimination
policy? can certainly argued that Catholics, Jews Muslims would all say they feel particularly
vulnerable, targeted and at-risk for discrimination. However, there inevitability would ever
further parse down religion provide named subgroup status. Why are considering this, then,
really?
So, it...ironic, prophetic, sad that this Thursday the National Day Prayer founded 1952 Truman, after then-unanimous passage Congress?
The mission the National Day Prayer Task Force mobilize prayer
America and encourage personal repentance and righteousness the culture.
The National Day Prayer has great significance for nation
enables recall and teach the way which our founding fathers sought the wisdom God when faced with
critical decisions. stands call for humbly come before God, seeking His guidance for our
leaders and His grace upon people.
The unanimous passage the bill establishing the National Day Prayer
annual event, signifies that prayer important our nation today was the beginning.
However, instead face the delivery the fundamental transformation America
promised?
My, how very far have fallen
ELS
Elizabeth Schultz
Fairfax County School Board
Springfield District
Elizabeth.Schultz@fcps.edu
Voicemail: 571-423-1080
Melissa Fields, Executive Administrative Assistant
Fairfax County School Board Office
Phone: 571-423-1069
FAX: 571-423-1067
Please aware that correspondence with School Board members subject the Virginia Freedom Information Act (FOIA).
This means that your correspondence may made public (1) deals with FCPS business and (2) someone requests even you have asked that your message kept confidential. Only few topics are exempt from the disclosure requirement, such information about identifiable students and personnel information about individual employees. Residents who wish
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From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Danielle Faust
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:09:41
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Danielle Faust
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Maggie Godbold
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:09:40
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Maggie Godbold
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Ron Gilliland
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:09:38
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Ron Gilliland
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Sarah Sapone
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:09:37
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. public school system, your duty protect and ensure safe
environments for ALL your students regardless any prejudices that
may held executives and conservative parents.
Thank you,
Ms. Sarah Sapone
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Jeannette Mulherin
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:09:37
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Jeannette Mulherin
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Thomas Powell
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:09:36
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Thomas Powell
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Leigh Park
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:59
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Leigh Park
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:57
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms.
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Danielle Lapalme
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:23
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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 and graduate Hayfield
secondary this very important me.
Thank you,
Ms. Danielle Lapalme
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Kevin Nguyen
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:21
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Kevin Nguyen
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Veronica Skov
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:18
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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.
Noblesse oblige defend the weak and the innocent. Transgender students
need protection.
Thank you,
Ms. Veronica Skov
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Lauren Vogel
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:17
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Lauren Vogel
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Harriet Becker
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:08:07
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Harriet Becker
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Dana Krauskopf
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:19
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Dana Krauskopf
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Jodie Langford
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 8:38:16
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Mrs. Jodie Langford
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Danielle Faust
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:13
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Danielle Faust
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Danielle Faust
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:13
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Danielle Faust
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Erica Kim
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:11
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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.
This no-brainer. Protect these very vulnerable children, please!
Thank you,
Ms. Erica Kim
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Rebecca Russell
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:10
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Rebecca Russell
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf MARY HOFFMAN
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:10
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. MARY HOFFMAN
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Heather Hibbs
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:04
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Heather Hibbs
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Kate Krawczel
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:08:10
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Kate Krawczel
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Sharon Dymowski
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:08:10
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Sharon Dymowski
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Emily Berry
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:08:08
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Emily Berry
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Mandy DeVine
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:08:08
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Mandy DeVine
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Matthew McCartin
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:08:07
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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. Matthew McCartin
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Jayne Byrnes
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:16
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Jayne Byrnes
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Peggy Woods
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:15
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Peggy Woods
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Deirdre McQuillin
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:12
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Deirdre McQuillin
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Amber Deardorff Gilson
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:11
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Mrs. Amber Deardorff Gilson
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Zainab Barry
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 7:38:19
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Zainab Barry
From:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Date:
Smith, Marty
Guilfoyle, Matt
Torre, John; Thomas, Kathleen
Re: Gender Identity Statement
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:47:11 need run Karen.
Marty
Sent from iPhone May 2015, 6:19 PM, Guilfoyle, Matt  wrote:
Marty think could post this statement below website under news tab and link
via social media tomorrow. need seek approval from others beforehand?
Matt Guilfoyle
Executive Director
Communication and
Community Relations
Fairfax County Public Schools
571-585-3163 (mobile)
@mguilfoylefcps
Begin forwarded message:
From: Donohue, Christine 
Date: April 23, 2015 1:53:07 EDT
To: School Board Members 
Cc: School Board Office , Leadership Team
, Leadership Team Executive Administrative
Assistants ,
Torre, John 
Subject: Gender Identity Statement
All Here the statement prepared for you respond emails about our
non-discrimination policy approved Dr. Garza, Communication and Division
Counsel.
The Fairfax County School Board considering proposal add gender
identity the FCPS non-discrimination policy (Policy 1450):
http://www.boarddocs.com/vsba/fairfax/Board.nsf/files/9QMSK648E93B/$file/P1450.pdf two-step process with the Board considering the proposal New
Business item their April meeting with final action scheduled for May approved, the policy would read: student, employee, applicant for employment the Fairfax County
Public Schools shall, the basis age, race, color, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, marital status,
disability, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, subjected discrimination under any education program activity,
required law. the express intent the School Board that every
policy, practice, and procedure shall conform all applicable
requirements federal and state law. March 2015, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said local
school boards have the authority under state law include gender identity their non-discrimination policies. decisions have yet been made
regarding accommodations that will provided, under the new policy.
FCPS will hire consultant assist developing appropriate regulations
that protect the rights all students and comply with state and federal
law.
From:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Date:
Guilfoyle, Matt
Smith, Marty
Torre, John; Thomas, Kathleen
Fwd: Gender Identity Statement
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:19:38
Marty think could post this statement below website under news tab and link via
social media tomorrow. need seek approval from others beforehand?
Matt Guilfoyle
Executive Director
Communication and
Community Relations
Fairfax County Public Schools
571-585-3163 (mobile)
@mguilfoylefcps
Begin forwarded message:
From: Donohue, Christine 
Date: April 23, 2015 1:53:07 EDT
To: School Board Members 
Cc: School Board Office , Leadership Team
, Leadership Team Executive Administrative
Assistants ,
Torre, John 
Subject: Gender Identity Statement
All Here the statement prepared for you respond emails about our nondiscrimination policy approved Dr. Garza, Communication and Division Counsel.
The Fairfax County School Board considering proposal add gender
identity the FCPS non-discrimination policy (Policy 1450):
http://www.boarddocs.com/vsba/fairfax/Board.nsf/files/9QMSK648E93B/$file/P1450.pdf two-step process with the Board considering the proposal New
Business item their April meeting with final action scheduled for May
approved, the policy would read: student, employee, applicant for employment the Fairfax County Public
Schools shall, the basis age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, excluded from
participation in, denied the benefits of, subjected discrimination under
any education program activity, required law. the express intent
the School Board that every policy, practice, and procedure shall conform all
applicable requirements federal and state law. March 2015, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said local school
boards have the authority under state law include gender identity their nondiscrimination policies. decisions have yet been made regarding
accommodations that will provided, under the new policy. FCPS will hire
consultant assist developing appropriate regulations that protect the rights all students and comply with state and federal law.
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Jayne Byrnes
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:08
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Jayne Byrnes
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Michele Beard
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:08
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Mrs. Michele Beard
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Dana Davis
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:06
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Dana Davis
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Htet Wrigley
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:05
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Htet Wrigley
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Katharine Dickson
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04, 2015 6:38:04
May 2015
Ryan McElveen
Dear McElveen, 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,
Ms. Katharine Dickson
From:
To:
Subject:
Date:
Human Rights Campaign behalf Jules Trapp
McElveen, Ryan (School Board Member)
Protect Transgender Students and Educators
Monday, May 04,