Hours following the mass slayings last month at a Connecticut elementary school, we revisited the Harrold School District near Wichita Falls where Superintendent David Thweatt described the "guardian plan."
Now a North Texas school district is looking at doing something similar, but not without some objections.
On Tuesday night, the school board in Cleburne agreed to explore allowing staff members with state licenses to carry concealed weapons to keep their guns on campuses, which are now "gun-free" zones.
Board President Brent Easdon said he favors arming teachers, but added that the issue must be considered carefully.
"I'm comfortable [with] arming teachers," he said, "but I know other board members are opposed to it."