Here's my analysis:
On pg 2, that "general guideline" #3 conflicts with #1.
Wouldn't surprise me if #2 conflicted with #1 also.
#5 - classroom visits arranged 2 days prior?? What are they trying to hide? What are teachers doing that they would change when they knew a parent would be present?
On all pages, remove the quotes around open carry. In some places it could be replaced with openly carried, but in general should just say pistol.
Page 3, #4, 5, & 7 - can only see your kid after police have checked you out, and only in a special area?!?! Again, why are they persecuting the good parents, and why treat them so differently from everyone else?
Why waste police time responding to a MWAG (which you _know_ is how they'll call it in) when the principal could look at it & see the expiration date? (Surely at least the principal would be smart enough to be able to figure out that the date on the card is before or after the current date.)
#6 might conflict with state law - is there anything in state law saying that pistols must remain in their holster, or that long guns are not allowed on school property?
#8 - why waste the time of police or the principal escorting a parent around the school, when they don't waste their time on any other parent... who might have a concealed gun, or a knife?
#10 sounds like they're going to notify every teacher & volunteer & parent in the school, and are refusing to extend equal protection to all visitors, based on their legal exercise of a civil right
Page 4, "shelter in place! call law enforcement!"
What a waste of resources, and they're scaring the kids too. > Getting them used to being treated like criminals.
I'm curious to hear what the police chief thinks about this proposed plan, the waste of manpower.