Edmonds school’s nerf gun incident goes national and viral
KVI’s John Carlson – returning from a short break Wednesday morning – wasted no time zeroing in on an incident at an Edmonds elementary school that is making national headlines via The Drudge Report, and in the process underscoring once again the down side of “zero tolerance” policies.
The story was first reported by KOMO, Seattle’s ABC affiliate, a few days ago and has now reached across the country. Long story short, several sixth grade boys brought nerf guns to Chase Lake Elementary School, allegedly with permission from their teacher for a “class probability project” that involved the effects of shooting the guns 100 times.
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