Is an elementary school that does not have a dedicated restroom for (adult) staff putting itself at an elevated legal risk? In the current situation, with no dedicated restroom for adults, adults have no choice but to share the restrooms with students. The restrooms in the building are intended for several people at once, with 2-3 stalls and urinals where appropriate. They are labelled variously Men, Women, Boys, Girls ... But all are shared. Jurisdiction is state of Vermont, US. Further, am I risking liability by using a restroom shared with children? Does my employer (the school district) have a responsibility to provide a restroom that is not accessible to children?
NB: I am aware that there are many new laws concerning gender in public restrooms but this question is specifically about the mixing of adults and children in one restroom.