Conway School Board accepts 'zero tolerance' weapons policy over objections of two members

This past school year a Kennett High student was returning a broken air soft gun to a friend, but when it is discovered in the back of his car in the campus parking lot. He was suspended for 10 days. Board member Joe Lentini thinks that is unfair to a kid with a clean record, and he tried to change the school's zero tolerance weapons policy.


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