SUGARCREEK, Ohio — The board of education at Garaway Schools in Sugarcreek, Ohio, passed a resolution this week to allow for armed staff in the district, according to the district’s superintendent.

Dr. James Millet, the superintendent, said the resolution also “included a strict authorization policy and training measures that must be completed before approval.”

Millet said the policy and training, along with local law enforcement, would offer “additional protection for our students and staff.”

Millet added in an emailed statement, “It is important to note, we are continually adding a variety of safety measures for our school district. The safety of our staff and students is a priority and we will always continue to add new safety features and seek ways to get

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