Argyle school trustees have voted to allow some employees to carry concealed handguns on campuses to bolster security.
The school board approved the policy Tuesday and announced it with a media statement Wednesday.
The names of the armed employees won’t be made public. Employees authorized for the program “will come from a volunteer pool,” but they must hold a concealed-handgun license “in accordance with state law,” officials said.
Volunteers must also pass a “rigorous interview process, a complete psychological evaluation and a comprehensive firearms and emergency response training course,” officials said.
There are more "safeguards" mention in the statement. Read more about it here.
-- Bill Miller