Small Town Working at Protecting Students from Shooters

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Located in the western foothills of the Big Horn Mountains in northern Wyoming lies the small town of Ten Sleep, so named by local American Indians because it was ten sleeps (ten days travel) from Fort Laramie to the southeast.

Ten Sleep may only have a population of about 250, but their school board is working on a plan to protect their children while at school. Although the plan won’t be officially unveiled until February, preliminary reports say that the school board will chose a person or persons to undergo a thorough background check, mental health evaluation and extensive training and then will be armed with a firearm at all times while at school.   

(Northern Wyoming Daily News) – During the Ten Sleep School Board meeting Monday evening, board members learned from Ten Sleep School Superintendent Jimmy Phelps that the committee was almost finished creating the policy

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