One school system is arming its teachers, and not even the most passionate anti-gun zealot could say it isn’t Okay. The town of Okay in rural Wagoner County, Oklahoma, is becoming one of the first in the state to take the aforementioned action in the wake of a new law allowing certain people to carry handguns on government school property.
And even if criminals don’t read the news, they’ll know to think twice. While schools nationwide have invited trouble with “Gun Free Zone” signs, Okay will erect four campus signs with quite a different message: "Attention: Please be aware that certain staff members at Okay Public Schools can be legally armed and may use whatever force is necessary to protect our students."
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