Wyoming district to consider draft guns-in-school policy

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - A school board in Wyoming is about to consider a proposal to allow teachers and other school employees to carry concealed guns. Campbell County School District officials plan to present a detailed proposal they've written to the school board Tuesday. If approved after two readings, the district would become Wyoming's fourth to allow teachers and others to carry concealed guns on campus. Under the proposal, any employee who wanted to carry a concealed firearm on school district property would need to apply with the superintendent. They would need to comply with a range of requirements including firearms training and psychological testing.