<p>Whereas: Many scholars rely on CPS schools for their menstrual and sanitary hygiene, and many scholars have not been in schools for learning; and </p> <p>Whereas: CPS established a motion for menstrual equity almost four years ago, for the district to install dispensers providing free menstrual products in all gender-neutral and female-designated school bathrooms; and </p> <p>Whereas: Many of these free products are not accessible to CPS scholars who are learning remotely, and these products could be given to those in need; and </p> <p>Whereas: CPS has been having meal pickups at various locations for scholars and families to take home food meals; now therefore be it</p> <p>Resolved: That CPS works with school nurses, administrators, and family liaisons to identify the need for access to these free products, create care-package bundles of sanitary products for scholars and families, and have them available for pick up at every school during meal distribution or other designated locations convenient for CPS students; and be it further Resolved: That the Superintendent work with the Chief Operating Officer to explore delivery options for scholars in need, who are unable to pick up care-package bundles.</p>

School Committee Actions

Action Action Date Reconsidered By Referred to Subcommitee
03/02/2021 Adopted

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