No, correct me if I am wrong! Ability to be wrong and stupid is an important part of responsible gun ownership.
My reading of the text cited above says that carrying a loaded gun on school property at any time by an individual is illegal. Within the context of OpenCarry.org, carrying a gun means a citizen openly carrying a gun just like those shown in the picture at the top of the page... not work, not concealed, not as public security.
A citizen who wears a gun to church on Sunday morning at a school is committing a felony.
A citizen who wears a gun to a election polling station at a school is committing a felony. (Of course, there may already be a law prohibiting a citizen from wearing a gun into a polling station, but it may not be a felony with a five-year minimum sentence.)
These restrictions are unreasonable.
Wasn't there also a guy who lost his teaching job at Westfields for having a loaded gun in his pickup truck? Then it turn out, he was a teacher at Westfields during the time that Matt Kennedy and the Virginia Tech shooter were both students there!
"persons who possess such weapon or weapons as a part of any program sponsored or facilitated by either the school or any organization authorized by the school to conduct its programs either on or off the school premises
Yeah, this part would seem tookay people havingguns at church, and mighteven permitopen carryespecially if open carry were specificallypermitted inthe church's general rules. Alcohol which can be found in communion wine is a something also not permitted in schools generally, but may be part of a religious program. All that is just my unqualified opinion. Factors ultimately determining a school district's policy would be the politics of the school board and the likelihood of the topic getting coverage in the local newspapers.