Sioux Falls School District Superintendent Pam Homan issued a reminder Monday on the school’s weapons policy. In the call to parents, Homan said there's no tolerance for weapons on school property before, during or after the school day.
Homan says although no one has been hurt, there have been several incidents at several schools where students were caught with knives, bb gun or air soft guns.
Homan also reminds parents that state law requires the school board to expel a student from school for 12 months if they bring a weapon to school.
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