Some parents have mixed emotions about it.
“It’s kind of scary sending them off to school every morning,” parent Melissa Stevens said. “You never know what’s going to happen.”
Officials believe that the weapons will keep kids a lot safer in event of an emergency situation.
“These weapons are not intended to provide intimidation for anybody but bad guys,” Granite School District spokesperson Ben Horsley explained.
The rifles are no different than a shotgun, Police Chief Randy Johnson said.
“This has a single projectile that is very accurate, and that’s why we issue them to our officers,” Johnson said. “If we don’t get in and stop the…
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