Well-trained local volunteers 
could help stop school violence

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You have got to be kidding me!  I don’t consider myself a religious person, but lets start there when placing guns in schools.  Prayer out guns in…...really?  Akin to a restaurant owner who has professional wait staff that from time to time may spill a drink or drop a plate professional teachers and administrators misplace keys sometimes.  I can read the email now.  “Anybody find a set of keys last period? I may have left them in the cafe, gym, locker room, office etc.”. Now….replace keys with “gun”.  Great scenario.

I support the 2nd amendment fully but not AK47’s, AR 15’s and other military grade weapons.  Put the volunteers on the street to keep those who would do harm to our kids away from schools not line the halls with gun-toting “protectors”.

Schools are halls for building, nurturing, and teaching about relationships not destroying them.  How much more will society ask of our professional educators?

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