That's no good. No good at all. It makes me nervous to hear judges say things like "The right to bear arms is not absolute." I agree that there are some fair restrictions that apply, but that doesn't mean the right itself is fallable, which is what she seems to be pushing. She also fails to even address the proposition that a car is one's own property, and therefore the school has no power to regulate firearms there. I smell a much-needed appeal.
This case is another example of the way law works. It doesn't matter what the law says-- what matters is how your judge interprets it. I hope they appeal this and I hope it's overturned, because that's garbage, and that judge needs to spend a little more attention to detail.