In all cases, the principal should be clear with the student and parent that the student may access the restroom, locker room, and changing facility that corresponds to the student's gender identity. The school principal sent the following memorandum to the student's classroom teachers: "The student John Smith wishes to be referred to by the name Jane Smith, a name that is consistent with the student's female gender identity. No school committee is required to enroll a person who does not actually reside in the town unless said enrollment is authorized by law or by the school committee. There is no threshold medical or mental health diagnosis or treatment requirement that any student must meet in order to have his or her gender identity recognized and respected by a school. Although these are the most commonly used terms, students may prefer other terms to describe their gender identity, appearance, or behavior. The term "gender transition" describes the experience by which a person goes from living and identifying as one gender to living and identifying as another. It is not, however, the exclusive form upon which the school or student may rely.
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