KATU-TV’s story is HERE.
A male substitute teacher who wore women’s pants to school did not violate any district guidelines and will continue to be part of Evergreen Public School’s substitute teaching force, an administrator said Friday.
Reports of the teacher’s clothing choices surfaced Wednesday after he substituted in a humanities class at Wy’east Middle School.
Roland Brosius, Evergreen’s personnel director, said he talked with the teacher, whose name was not disclosed, by phone afterward. Since it was a phone conversation, Brosius could not describe the teacher’s appearance. But the substitute teacher said he was wearing capri pants, Brosius said.
“My understanding is that he’s worn this before,” Brosius said.
Has the teacher ever worn a dress to work?
“Not that I’m aware of,” Brosius said.
Not that it would make any difference. State law, as listed in the Revised Code of Washington, is clear on that.