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As lawmakers across the country debate arming teachers and administrators to prevent another deadly school shooting, one Colorado school district has voted to let its superintendent and a high school principal carry concealed semi-automatic pistols on campus — a move some say sidesteps laws meant to keep schools gun-free.
WASHINGTON — The National Rifle Association on Sunday forcefully stuck to its call for placing armed police officers and security guards in every school as the best way to avoid shootings such as the recent massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
, December 23, 2012
If you want to get into Harwood Elementary during the school day, be prepared to cool your heels for an extra minute or two.
The school is the only one in the Fargo-Moorhead area that locks all of its doors to the outside, including the main door.
By Helmut Schmidt, Forum Communications
, December 18, 2012
Six-year-old Tyson Jorissen spent Thursday morning in school coloring an American flag to send to his stepdad in Kuwait as part of a gift basket.
In fact all 19 students in Laurie Traut’s kindergarten class were coloring for the gift basket for Tyson’s stepdad, Spc. Travis Duffy of the 188th Engineer Company Family Readiness Group of the North Dakota National Guard.
SEATTLE (AP) — Prosecutors are expecting the police investigation into a shooting at a Washington elementary school to include a harder look into what role adults played in a 9-year-old boy bringing a gun to school.
Manuel Valdes, Associated Press
, February 24, 2012
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