Gender Inclusive Schools

Our Schools are Gender-Inclusive


In Washington, all students have the right to be treated consistent with their gender identity at school. Our school will:

  • Address students by their requested name and pronouns, with or without a legal name change
  • Change a student’s gender designation and have their gender accurately reflected in school records
  • Allow students to use restrooms and locker rooms that align with their gender identity
  • Allow students to participate in sports, physical education courses, field trips, and overnight trips in accordance with their gender identity
  • Keep health and education information confidential and private
  • Allow students to wear clothing that reflects their gender identity and apply dress codes without regard to a student’s gender or perceived gender
  • Protect students from teasing, bullying, or harassment based on their gender or gender identity
To review the district’s Gender-Inclusive Schools Policy and Procedure, please click the links below.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Gender-Inclusive Schools Coordinator: 
  • Roberta Kramer, Assistant Superintendent
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Phone: (509) 332-3144

For concerns about discrimination or discriminatory harassment based on gender identity or gender expression, please see the discrimination information provided above.

Questions? Please contact:
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Roberta Kramer, Ed.D
Pullman Public Schools
Assistant Superintendent
Harassment, Intimidation, &Bullying
Compliance Officer
Civil Rights Coordinator
Title IX Compliance Officer
Gender-Inclusive Schools Coordinator
Phone: (509) 332-3144
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
All reports must start locally at the school or district level. However, OSPI can assist students, families, communities, and school staff with questions about state law, the HIB complaint process, and the discrimination and sexual harassment complaint processes.

Washington State Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds (OEO)
The Washington State Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds works with families, communities, and schools to address problems together so every student can fully participate and thrive in Washington’s K-12 public schools. OEO provides informal conflict resolution tools, coaching, facilitation, and training about family, community engagement, and systems advocacy.