PA School District Arming Teachers With 16-Inch Baseball Bats

A school district in Erie County is arming its teachers with small wooden baseball bats.  The superintendent in Millcreek Township says the 16-inch bats are primarily symbolic, but says it's a reminder to fight a school shooter with any weapons available if other options fail. reports Superintendent William Hall says the district's revised shooting response plan emphasizes options other than hiding and waiting.  The district has also increased security at school entrances. 



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