Should Schools Have Coed Bathrooms (Toilets)?

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Frequently Asked Questions

How is the number of toilets in a school determined?

Schools are considered an Educational (E) occupancy for determining the number of toilets, urinals, lavatories, and drinking fountains within the California Plumbing Code. The figures shown are based upon one fixture being the minimum required for the number of persons indicated or any fraction thereof.

Are there separate toilets for staff and students?

However, for safety and liability concerns CDE recommends that separate toilets be provided for staff. CDE recommends that the location of toilets and water fountains be distributed throughout the campus to ensure access. The entrance to toilet rooms must be able to be supervised. 3 Drinking fountains shall not be installed in toilet rooms.

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