Colorado School District Allows Firearms

It is amazing that allowing qualified people on a school campus to carry a concealed weapon should even be controversial. But the “gun free zone” hysteria makes it so. At least one school district in Colorado has the good sense to be responsible in protecting their campuses.

The seven-member school board in southwestern Colorado’s rural Dolores County voted unanimously in February to allow Ty Gray, principal of Dove Creek High School, and Superintendent Bruce Hankins to double as security officers, who under state law are allowed to carry guns on elementary, middle and high school campuses.

Link: Administrators Armed in W. Colo. School District