Should we put armed se­cu­rity guards in our schools?

The Advance of Bucks County - - WORD ON THE STREET -

Ray Tribendis New­town Town­ship The an­swer to vi­o­lence in schools and the tragedies we’ve been see­ing is not hav­ing ad­di­tional guns. Josh Wil­liams 8pper 0ake­field The peo­ple that com­mit­ted th­ese acts… knew there was no­body that could pose re­sis­tance to them. Wil­liam Baldwin Lower 0ake­field I don’t think school se­cu­rity guards should have weapons be­cause we should just be able to get along. Alexan­dra Per­rotti

Washington, DC As a mid­dle school teacher in Washington, D.C. pub­lic schools, I do not feel that my school would be any­more safe. Chloe Keller

Hol­land I think they should be­cause I’m con­cerned about the safety of the kids and the em­ploy­ees of ev­ery school … Some­body needs to make sure that we’re okay – es­pe­cially the chil­dren.

Frank DeRito New­town Town­ship In some schools - yes – in schools where life is cheap.. I don’t know about schools like Coun­cil Rock. Bet­ter men­tal health care would def­i­nitely solve th­ese prob­lems.

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