The code states that students who live in a home that has received federal funds for school renovations can use the school’s laundry room as their bathroom.
The idea is that by allowing this, the school is protecting its taxpayers and keeping the building clean. The code is fairly simple and well written, but people who aren’t familiar with school code may not understand it. If that is the case, I’d advise contacting a lawyer for clarification before doing so.
The school code is fairly standard and should be easy for any non-code-concordant person to understand. The only thing that is confusing, is that the students may not be able to use the lavatory in the girls’ bathroom for another reason, which is the code also states that the toilet should be placed in the back of the school.
This could be a good place for you to bring up your concerns about the code wording, if you feel that the wording might be too confusing for people to understand.
As an instructor, I would prefer that the school code not state that the toilet should be placed in the back, but I’m willing to take one in that direction.
I would also be open to suggestions for wording. Although the lavatory was not in the back, it was placed in the back in at least one other school, so I would be open to suggesting wording that would make it clearer what was intended.
As a user of the code, I like that the code doesn’t state that the toilet be placed anywhere but in the back. I don’t think the toilet should be placed in the back because that was already clearly stated. The toilet should be placed in the back because it was there, so it should be obvious what the code is talking about. That’s my only nitpick.
Again, that code is not stating that the toilet be placed in the back. That was already stated – that’s what the code said. If I had to guess, I would say this was for the toilets purpose – to be placed in the back.
This seems to be a bit of an overreach, but yes, the code’s actually stating that the toilet be placed in the back.
So, what is the intent? To be placed in the back. I think that is pretty obvious.