“Transgender teen posts video of school staff opening bathroom stall on her” via CBS News

This article details multiple viewpoints of the incident in Minnesota where a transgender teen posted video of school staff confronting her in a bathroom stall. 

The school claims there is more to the issue. However, due to “data privacy reasons” the school is unable to release any details that would either vindicate their actions, or give more information about the incident. Here is a link to the message the principal sent to families about the social media posts and the incident. In the letter the principal states that no students are barred from using any restroom at the school.

Here is another link to local CBS coverage of the incident. 

There are videos of the incident in each of the CBS articles.

Fairfax County School Board Approves School Resource Officer MOU

The Fairfax County School Board, the tenth largest school district in the nation, approved a new school resource officer Memorandum of Understanding.  Highlights from the Fairfax Schools website:

The revised MOU includes the following changes to the previous agreement:

Establishes a clear division between the role of the SRO in criminal matters and FCPS administrative staff on student discipline matters.
Clarifies that SROs are not involved in determining student discipline under the FCPS Student Rights and Responsibilities regulation.
Establishes that SROs shall not be involved with the enforcement of school rules or disciplinary infractions that are not violations of law.
Removes “stop and frisk” from the MOU.
Adds SRO training focused on implicit bias, disability awareness, crisis intervention training, restorative justice techniques, and cultural competency.