School district is walking into a legal minefield
What gives a school district the right to not disclose a child's behavior to his or her parents, especially when it comes to something that might potentially have implications for the child's health and well being? If a child was cutting herself at school, or displaying symptoms of severe depression, or something of that nature, it would be outrageous for teachers and administrators to hide that from parents. Yet when it comes to this, if a kid says they're a different gender (despite perhaps not even knowing what that means or the implications of it) the school is not only supposed to go along with or encourage the kid's thinking, but also hide it from his or her parents? The school district is opening itself up to so many lawsuits it'll be unbelievable. Look for property taxes to skyrocket to pay for all the damages and litigation.