Restrooms Information

For those interested in the History and information about the ONLY Gender Neutral Bathrooms in the new schools, you can find the history and the documents below.  The School District needs to start acting with Transparency and Integrity.

For years the District has taken care of every student who needed a separate bathroom facility.  We applaud the way the District dealt with the situation in the past. Bathroom choice was available to ALL students.

Currently the District has labeled the new bathrooms in their renovated and new schools as ONLY Gender Neutral.  Our children do not have a CHOICE in which bathroom to use.  Boys and Girls share a bathroom area.  This is against Ohio Building Code.

After the Building Levy passed, the District instituted a Master Plan Design Phase.  The Community was involved in the Designing of the new schools.  Here is a link to the District’s website: Design Phase Overview

Watch the videos of the Community Meetings.  Having ONLY Gender Neutral bathrooms are not part of the presentations: Community Meetings

There were Building Committees for each school.  Having ONLY Gender Neutral bathrooms was not discussed.  The Elementary Committees were shown pictures of Private Toilet Rooms.  They were not discussed as a group as being ONLY Gender Neutral.

Hover over “Restrooms” on the menu above and see the choices of additional pages of resources.  Or you can click on the link embedded below.

The Original Architectural Plans approved by the UA School Board included Boy Bathrooms/Girl Bathrooms and Gender Neutral Bathrooms: UA School Board Votes

The City of Upper Arlington’s Building Department uploads Architectural Drawings, and you can also find Conditional Approval Documents: UA Building Dept Links

Franklin County Court of Common Pleas has Documents relative to the case: Court Documents

The City of UA refuses to enforce the Building Code!  Each school is in violation of the Ohio Building Code.  Please click on this link to send your opinion: City Manager

Click on this page to see more details of the City’s actions: City Refuses to Enforce Code

After reading these documents, you might have questions for the Superintendent and the School Board.  Click here for questions that they have failed to adequately answer: Questions

To Contact the Board or Superintendent:  Click here: Superintendent

To Contact the School Board:  Click here: UA School Board

For Kids. For Inclusion. For Common Sense.