School Board to vote on controversial “bathroom bill” implementation

Conejo Valley Unified School District School Board to debate, vote

press_release_iconThe Conejo Valley Unified School District School Board is voting on procedures to implement the state law
known as the “bathroom bill” (AB 1266).  The procedures would allow any student to choose which bathroom or shower facilities they would like to use based on their current self-chosen gender identity.  ANY parent who cares about their children in the public school system should attend! It is not 100% certain that they will get to this item at the  meeting.


DateSorted By Date In Descending Order Time Location Agenda w/ Previous Meeting Minutes  
5/19/2015 6:00 p.m. Board Room Agenda 05-19-15.pdf


Meeting 5/19 at 6PM at the Conejo Valley School Board chambers
located at 1400 Janss Road in Thousand Oaks.


The item appears to be cleverly and inconspicuously buried in agenda item III-E, which although it doesn’t say it there, is the non-discrimination/sexual harassment regulation:






May 5 Board meeting discussion minutes:

CVUSD5-5-15-5145 discussion

Ref AB-1266:

Bill Text – AB-1266 Pupil rights: sex-segregated school …


Past articles on this subject:

Viewpoint: Gender-neutral facilities mandated in California schools

In Case You Just Tuned In–Update on co-ed student bathrooms

In August of 2013, the Governor signed into law AB 1266.  This bill repeated some existing legal language and then it added a shocking section that allowed K-12 public school students to choose the bathroom, locker room and shower facilities consistent with the student’s gender identity.  Gender identity has nothing to do with your biological […]

Viewpoint: Gender-neutral facilities mandated in California schools

Randy Thomasson, from, called the new law signed by Governor Brown allowing cross gender use of school bathrooms, “insanity.”  We would call it a lawyer’s dream come true.  The State of California in its rush to be politically correct and gender neutral just invited every school district across the state to […]

August 15, 2013


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