don’t say gay or trans” law.Trans students in the Lee County School District who want to be addressed by their preferred name and pronouns will have to fill out a form with a school counselor called a gender support plan, and it will have to be signed by their parents, ABC News reports.

The form also deals with restroom and locker room use, according to other news sources. If the form is not completed, teachers and staff will identify them under their gender assigned at birth.

The form is not required for students who’ve turned 18.District officials say the intention is not to create some kind of registry of trans students but to support them and to comply with the law.