Janitors Armed to Prevent Next Newtown Massacre


MARK REITER
toledoblade.com
January 13, 2013

As the mother of three children in Montpelier Exempted Village Schools, Teresa Hickman calls the district’s plan to arm the custodial staff with guns an effective way to prevent incidents like the shootings in Newtown, Conn.
Shannon Siler, the mother of two girls, says she is leery about Mont-pelier’s plan despite the training that she knows will be involved. She said gun control starts at home, with making sure weapons are kept locked up. Shannon Siler, the mother of two girls, says she is leery about Mont-pelier’s plan despite the training that she knows will be involved. She said gun control starts at home, with making sure weapons are kept locked up. THE BLADE/LORI KING Enlarge | Buy This Photo

“I don’t have a problem with it. With all the shootings going on in these little schools this will make me feel more at peace,” said Mrs. Hickman as she waited Friday in her minivan for her two sons and daughter to be dismissed.
CTY montpelier11p 01/11/2013 The Blade/Lori King Montpelier Exempted Village School District superintendent Dr. Jamison Grime talks about guns in Montpelier schools. CTY montpelier11p 01/11/2013 The Blade/Lori King Montpelier Exempted Village School District superintendent Dr. Jamison Grime talks about guns in Montpelier schools. THE BLADE/LORI KING Enlarge | Buy This Photo

Montpelier schools may be the first in Ohio to ramp up security by authorizing employees to carry weapons.

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