Is election day an excuse to allow strangers in our schools?
Original post made by elementary parent, Palo Verde, on Oct 24, 2006
As election day comes round again, I ask the above question once again. We have had prowlers near our schools over the past few months and all of us have been asked to keep our eyes open for those on the school campuses who have no right to be there. However, on election day, we get all sorts of people walking right through our campuses looking for a place to vote? Or are they? How can we tell the difference? Are we giving potential harmdoers the perfect excuse to be on a campus ready to do what they want. I don't want to appear over-protective or anti-right to vote, but isn't this a valid concern?