“The question is, do you want the same level of prohibition for staff as well,” he asked. School Board Treasurer Dr. Donna Thomas said the question is too deep to answer in one board meeting. “We were going to teach a class about guns,” she said. “Did that fall by the wayside? If you are going to teach a class about guns you need to have guns.”Mason said it would be permissive. Superintendent Pam Streich said any of the policies can be superseded by administrative approval.
“Pikachu is one of the main characters in the storylines,” she said. “He is an electric Pokémon.”She said in the television show and movies there is a boy named Ash. “Pikachu is his special friend, and he rides around on his shoulder with him,” she said. The character is iconic, Barnes said, and Pikachu and Ash have adventures together. “We do mostly a (playing card) strategy game where they have different Pokémon, and they give them different powers with energy cards,” she said.
Chief Pat Matuszewski said the event is an opportunity for citizens to come in and meet police officers in an informal setting and have a cup of coffee and some cookies and working to keep Lake Mills safe. Matuszewski introduced the officers at the event and said the longevity speaks to what Lake Mills is all about. “As one of the officers said, it’s kind of like a family,” he said. “We’re not just a family, we’re also a very tight-knit group of people.
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