Georgia superintendents call on Kemp to help with school safety

Friday, March 18, 2022
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In Fulton County, a child brought a loaded gun to school on Wednesday. In Bibb County, four students died by suicide this school year, one of them an elementary student.

The superintendents from those school districts and others shared such stories with Gov. Brian Kemp to illustrate the seriousness of the safety issues they are confronting. Kemp called the meeting, which was held at the governor’s mansion on Thursday.

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