Yes, those who fear guns surely went code brown (as in involuntarily gone big potty in one’s pants) when they saw these signs in front of schools of the Argyle ISD in Texas.
They’re not kidding around. Staff members with concealed carry licenses who have had some extra training and psychological screening are now packing heat, ready to use deadly force to protect kids in their care.
America needs more of this… Don’t demand action to protect our kids, but instead take action.
ARGYLE (CW33) — It’s safe to say Argyle ISD is ready to start the school year with guns blazing. The district is on target to continue its new policy of allowing some teachers to pack heat on campus.
The posted sign on campus shoots straight, when it comes to the relatively new rule. It reads: “Please be aware that the staff at Argyle ISD are armed and may use whatever force is necessary to protect our students.” The signs are posted at all campuses within the district.
“I trust that the administrators of this school district will put my kid’s best interest at heart,” parent Lacey Fenoglio said.
Back in January, the district voted in favor of school marshals. Some Argyle teachers will act as the long arm of the law under the state’s Protection of Texas Children Act.