Garrett said he also worries about students who might change in the restrooms for after-school activities or other circumstances where students might be exposed outside of the stalls.
“My gut reaction is, I’m a father, I want to protect my children and I’m going to protect any kids in here,” Garrett told KDVR. “I think when we sacrifice privacy for the sake of safety, it’s a very slippery slope.
“At what point does it cross that threshold and violate rights? I think [in this situation] this violates rights.”
Teeples said the cameras will be confined to the school's high school bathrooms because the stalls go from the floor to the ceiling, KDVR reported.