Annual spring Assassin game has school officials concerned for student safety
The issue, in the eyes of school administrators, is simply the safety risk the game poses — a kid darting in traffic to squirt an opponent, for example, or even someone mistaking a toy gun for a real one in an encounter that might end tragically.
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