Knippa Independent School District is the third Uvalde County school district where staff members may be armed, as on March 9 the district’s board of trustees unanimously approved implementing a defender program. Superintendent Benny Hernández said individuals must complete some requirements before taking part. “There is still work ahead for the district before this program comes to a realization,” Hernández […]
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