Texas Town Takes Care Of Their Most Precious Asset

HARROLD, Texas (AP) – In this tiny Texas town, children and their parents don’t give much thought to safety at the community’s lone school – mostly because some of the teachers are carrying concealed weapons.

In remote Harrold, the nearest sheriff’s office is 30 minutes away, and people tend to know – and trust – one another. So the school board voted to let teachers bring guns to school.

“We don’t have money for a security guard, but this is a better solution,” Superintendent David Thweatt said. “A shooter could take out a guard or officer with a visible, holstered weapon, but our teachers have master’s degrees, are older and have had extensive training. And their guns are hidden. We can protect our children.”

AP News: Texas town allows teachers to carry concealed guns

h/t to Smokey

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4 Responses to Texas Town Takes Care Of Their Most Precious Asset

  1. squid2112 says:

    This is the way it should be done.

  2. savebyj says:

    This is the way things are done in Texas. To hell with the federal government. We don’t need them. We take care of our own.

  3. papiertigre says:

    God bless America. That’s the way is should be done in every district of this country. If the bed wetters, and pansies don’t like it, they can get the hell out of the teaching racket. Bunch of baby rapers, trolling for kids anyhow. Probably their inner secret reason for wanting guns out of the school zone. They fear an indignant parent taking justified lethal action, which might infringe on their cradle robbing dating activities.

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