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Local representatives on the board overseeing high school athletics in Minnesota voted with the majority last week to open up girls' sports to transgender student-athletes. Both Jackson County Central's and Heron Lake-Okabena's representative on the Minnesota State High School League's Board of Directors, Bob Grey from Montevideo, and girls' sports representative Shelly Hotzler, a physical education teacher at JCC, voted last Thursday to adopt a formal transgender student policy. Comment?
Jackson County Central School Board members are considering beefing up security at the district's four school buildings at costs that could reach into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. The final cost depends on the extent to which school board members want to go to keep those who should be in the buildings in and those who should not be out. Comment?
When a controversial set of proposed guidelines governing transgender student participation in high school sports comes before the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors in December, Shelly Hotzler will vote yes. Hotzler, Jackson County Central physical education teacher and the girls' sports representative on the MSHSL Board, confirmed her support of the revised policy Monday, four days after a scheduled vote on the issue was delayed until later this year amid a flood of public outcry. Comment?
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