It also alleges female athletes have less access than do male athletes to medical and training facilities and services, especially the weight room and athletic trainers.
“I not only want my daughter to have the ability to participate in the woman's athletics program in high school, but every parent that has joined me in this complaint, to the Office of Civil Rights, also wants their daughters to have the same opportunities that the young men have,” parent Elisabeth Penland said.
In a written statement, the school district's spokesperson said the district could not comment on the matter.
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