(WGRZ-TV) BUFFALO, NY – A group of parents who have children in the Buffalo Public School District are calling on the district to review school policies allowing what they call, “sexually invasive” physical exams.

The parents say they’re concerned that the district and Kaleida Health, which operates school clinics, may not be following state health regulations.

Edie Harris has a daughter at Bennett High, who plays sports. Harris says last month her daughter was called down to the office for a physical exam, which are called tanner exams — an assessment Harris approved, but says she was never invited to.

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