"The important point to make right now is that we have not had any changes in athletic opportunities available to female students," Pickett said. "If the concern is that we're not making those opportunities available, then that's totally inaccurate. But we will fully investigate their specific concerns."
The NWLC issued complaints against 12 school districts across the country, with Henry County the only one from Georgia. An NWLC spokesman said the 12 "are the tip of the iceberg," claiming girls make up half of the student population and 41 percent play sports.