April Clark said she will do whatever it takes to defend the children in her Tulsa pre-school class.
On Saturday, she made her way to the U.S. Shooting Academy, 6500 E. 66th St. North, to enroll in one of the free handgun classes that will be offered at the facility for teachers and other school staff.
"I will do whatever I need to do to protect my students," Clark said. "I hope I never have to, but I want to be prepared if I have to."
Dave Saye, manager of the U.S. Shooting Academy, said that everybody with the academy wants the public to comply with the law. However, he's optimistic that legislation will be passed in the near future to allow teachers and other school personnel with the proper training to be armed.
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