Bethlehem Press

Friday, July 28, 2017
“I don’t think any more guns in school is a good idea.” Harry Lomping Bethlehem “I don’t think any more guns in school is a good idea.” Harry Lomping Bethlehem
“It’s a little crazy, but I’m okay with it if it keeps children safe.” Robert Riccobono Somerset, N.J. “It’s a little crazy, but I’m okay with it if it keeps children safe.” Robert Riccobono Somerset, N.J.
“I don’t like it. I don’t like guns in school. It’s not good for the children.” Maria Barone East Brunswick, N.Y. “I don’t like it. I don’t like guns in school. It’s not good for the children.” Maria Barone East Brunswick, N.Y.
“Concealed weapons in a classroom is not a good idea. A teacher is outnumbered by their students, who could easily take that weapon from them.” Cindy Kolaski Haddonfield, N.J. “Concealed weapons in a classroom is not a good idea. A teacher is outnumbered by their students, who could easily take that weapon from them.” Cindy Kolaski Haddonfield, N.J.
“I think that weapons in a classroom is a bad idea, concealed or open. Children should not be exposed to weapons as an ordinary means of classroom control.” Ken Kolaski Haddonfield, N.J. “I think that weapons in a classroom is a bad idea, concealed or open. Children should not be exposed to weapons as an ordinary means of classroom control.” Ken Kolaski Haddonfield, N.J.
“With a duty officer in a school, that should be a sufficient deterrent.” David Folsom Carrsville, Va. “With a duty officer in a school, that should be a sufficient deterrent.” David Folsom Carrsville, Va.

PEOPLE SAY

Monday, July 3, 2017 by DANA GRUBB Special to the Bethlehem Press in Opinion