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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • The subheading reads: "The part-time monitor wanted to carry a weapon on campus in violation of the Medford district's policy. Donald Later of Medford, a retired Jackson County sheriff's deputy, was dismissed on grounds of insubordination."
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  • The subheading reads: "The part-time monitor wanted to carry a weapon on campus in violation of the Medford district's policy. Donald Later of Medford, a retired Jackson County sheriff's deputy, was dismissed on grounds of insubordination."
    It's time to review our school policies. Drive-by shootings are increasing exponentially with gang activities starting at an alarmingly younger and younger age. Policies need to adapt to the increasing need to protect our school children from violent crime. — Cassie Giorgi Ryker, Jacksonville
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