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Pat Oleson, Mitchell's school resource officer, carries a gun and is a fully trained and certified police officer. A new South Dakota law would allow armed sentinels with less training to carry weapons in schools, but so far no school has implemented the program. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)

After sentinel law, guns still not mixing with schools

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MITCHELL -- Joseph Fox paused and did the best he could to describe his feelings about school shootings.

"It's horrific," said Mitchell Christian's superintendent, hired in July 2012. "It's 'Dear Lord, we pray that it never happens, ever.' "

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