Robertson County Won’t Arm Teachers

District joins growing list of those rejecting legislature’s gun push

Robertson County Schools joins a growing list of districts in the state who refuse to arm teachers, despite the General Assembly and Gov. Lee pushing the idea.

Smokey Barn News reports:

 I simply do not believe it is in any of our best interests in Robertson County to arm educators at this time. Our administrators, teachers, and staff have many responsibilities as we daily seek to provide the best education we can to our students. Our administration has extremely high expectations for all staff in providing that education. As Director of Schools, I do not see blurring the line between education and law enforcement.”

-Statement of Danny Weeks, Robertson Co. Director of Schools

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