A Georgetown, Ohio school board voted unanimously to have schools allow staff to carry guns in school starting in the fall.
WKRC reports, those who will carry guns will have extensive training and no one would be allowed to carry a firearm without being certified.
The Superintendent says the training that staff will have to go through goes far beyond staff and teachers carrying guns in school and he says the school district is partnering with Georgetown's police department for the training.
The Georgetown Village School District passed the resolution last week.
The move is part of an update to the school's safety plan that happens each year.
Authorized teachers and staff will have to be concealed carry permit holders.
For the complete WKRC article, click here.
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