While you're at it, St. Mary's College, why not just do away with restrooms all together?
It’s not as if we’re trying to build a society or teach children how to function as humans or anything.
There is just no fathomable reason that such a drastic overhaul had to be made.
The girls using these restrooms are between the ages of 11 and 16.
Interestingly enough, I bet you won’t catch any of the teachers using these restrooms…
In response to the outrage from students and parents, the school offered the following (typo-ridden) statement.
The letter — which was apparently written by someone known as the “headeacher” — states that the decision to tear down the wall was made “with the intention of improving the learning environment” for the students.
Which part of having to use the restroom in full sight of your fellow students is good for the learning environment, again?
The letter also states that the school will be adding a privacy screen to replace the wall that was taken down.
Privacy in a bathroom?! What a novel concept.