A tiny school district approximately 25 miles east of San Antonio will now allow qualified teachers and employees to carry concealed firearms on campus.
The Guardian Program was unanimously authorized by the La Vernia Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday.
Staff members who wish to become guardians must undergo 20 hours of fire range training, 20 hours of classroom instruction, pass yearly psychiatric examinations, and submit to random drug testing, according to KSAT.
About 80% of La Vernia ISD staff supported the Guardian Program in a survey that was taken before the board approved it, according to the local news outlet.
Aside from the Guardian Program, Texas schools can also have one school marshal per 400 students who can carry a firearm.
For more schools this my end up being the reality below:
But of course, there are some who do not agree with this decision: