After a series of reports of students bringing weapons to school, the Robbinsdale School Board had a lot to review at its Nov. 21 meeting, including its own weapons policy.

The board was set to review the district’s policy coincidentally, but it was certainly timely: The discussion was bookended by a 100-minute closed session in which the school board reviewed the district’s response to three alleged gun incidents, and a listening session in which parents, teachers and law enforcement aired their frustration over the district’s handling of the situations.

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