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Good decision on the part of the school board. Next they should take disciplinary action against the principal.
Common sense prevails.
Are you guys saying the school was overstepping its authority or that it was OK for the kid to leave guns visible in his vehicle? I know everybody used to do that in the good old days, but isn't that a problem these days? Isn't that just asking a thief to break into the car?
It's my understanding that the truck and gun were not on school property, therefore I think the school is overstepping their bounds.I don't think thievery is relevant to this conversation. First, the article does not mention how the gun was stored. Secondly, does the school handbook say anything about safe storage of belongings in vehicles (off their property for that matter)?