A month after an Arkansas school district authorized carrying guns in the classroom, the superintendent says operations are running smoothly.

Administrators with the Clarksville School District initially planned to team up with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office to deputize staff who had started carrying handguns on school grounds in early September. That plan was scrapped, but Superintendent David Hopkins said the training teachers received over the summer was enough to safely implement the district’s gun program.


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