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” Galli asked.“Why would an adult need to bring a loaded gun into a school in the first place?
Fear of death by a thousand paper cuts from a second-grader wielding a notebook?
Several Upper Valley school districts either revised or adopted new firearm policies after state Rep.
David Binford, R-Bath, arrived at a Rivendell Academy playoff basketball game last spring with a holstered handgun.
Schools leaders say they have a mandate to protect children in their care.“The responsibility of the Lebanon School District and the superintendent is first and foremost to provide students with safe schools,” Lebanon Superintendent Joanne Roberts said in an email last week.
The city’s School Board voted in October to clarify its existing weapons policy by adding “school buildings” to a list of locations where firearms are prohibited.
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— Upper Valley school officials are pushing back against a bill in New Hampshire that challenges existing bans on weapons in schools.
Educators argue the bill, HB 1749, would allow absolutely anyone to carry a gun into a school, making it more difficult to protect children. Hoell, R-Dunbarton, the bill’s primary sponsor, during a legislative hearing last week.