Principal Tom Fisher sent out a memo to school parents emphasizing that the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is obligated to "uphold individual rights and treat everyone with dignity and respect."
Seemingly anticipating an inevitable media storm, Fisher noted that Lemieux's "gender expression" was "recently the subject of public attention." Fisher said that Nora Frances Henderson could consequently attract attention from the outside world, and that the school is committed to communicating with parents "as openly and as frequently as possible" should there be any consequential "disruptions or protests."
Fisher laid out a plan for how students should plan to conduct themselves for Lemieux's arrival and what it brings, which includes having them "enter and exit the building using assigned doors at entry and dismissal," and requiring all students and visitors "to use an intercom system to enter and exit the building."
He additionally requested that parents "email or call before coming to the school if they wish to visit to speak to an employee."
In the past, Lemieux reportedly claimed that a doctor diagnosed him with a rare condition involving "XX chromosomes" and that a "hormone sensitivity to estrogen" had caused excessive growth in the breasts.
"The diagnosis is based on verbal discussions I have had with my doctor," Lemieux stated at the time. "I never requested a note or letter of these findings. I don’t have anything I can give you."
Earlier this year, Lemieux was famously caught strolling around his own neighborhood while not wearing any of his typical woman face schoolwear. He was seen in public at the time sporting a gray T-shirt, men's pants, and a navy puffer jacket—with no prosthetic breasts or wigs to be found.
Once the news of Lemieux dressing as a man came to light, many questioned if he was trolling the entire time.
Students of Hamilton's Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School can expect to see Lemieux on Sept. 5, the day they return to the classroom.
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