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2 Students Disciplined For Going To Gun Range


Two students have been disciplined after pictures of them at the gun range came out.

Lacey Township, NJ – An attorney from a New Jersey gun organization association announced that a lawsuit may be pending after a school disciplined two students for going to a gun range outside of school hours. reported that attorney Daniel Schmutter, with the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs, sent a letter to Lacey Township School District officials after two students posted pictures on Snapchat showing them at a gun range.

There was no threatening context to the pictures or anything that would otherwise cause alarm.

In the letter, Schmutter stated that suspending the two students for posting photos off school grounds and unrelated to school activities was a “very serious violation” of the their rights.

Schmutter said the students were both “straight-A” students, according to He also said that the students had attempted to return to school but were not allowed to go to classes.

The claims are that there is a school district policy which prohibits firearm possession by students on or off school grounds.

“These are top-quality kids,” Schumuter said. “It’s astonishing what they have done to these kids.”

According to, the Lacey Township school district follows the Safe Schools Initiative, the Zero Tolerance for Guns Act and also has its own zero-tolerance policy for any students who have weapons in their possession, on or off school grounds.

Students could be subject to a long-term suspension for up to one-year, according to Schmutter.

Anthony Muro posted the claim of the two students being suspended at 6:23 p.m. March 13 on the Lacey Township Chatter public Facebookgroup.

“INFO NEEDED: it is my understanding that two students at Lacey Township High School were placed on 5 days of detention for posting pictures on social media of firearms with the caption of “fun day at the range”. If anyone has any more information regarding the validity or accuracy of this story, please let me know. I am currently under the impression that these kids were punished because someone was offended,” Muro posted.


A student responded on the page and said the rumor was true, and that his classmates had been disciplined.

“To those questioning the validity of this situation, this is 100% true, my two class mates posted photos/videos of them at a shooting range, and got in trouble because of it,” John Carr posted.

Jack Pyle, a trustee for the Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners, said in an email to Blue Lives Matter that his organization has received reports that students at the school district have been threatened over other gun-related issues.

Pyle said that parents have said their sons have been threatened with suspension, disciplinary action or detentions for similar photos posted on social media and for having NRA logos or similar images on their personal vehicles.

Read more at: ​Blue Lives Matter



March 18 – the Lacey Township School District has quietly capitulated to ANJRPC’s demand in a cease and desist letter last week that it rescind a blatantly unconstitutional written policy allowing disciplinary action against students “reported to be in possession of a weapon of any type for any reason or purpose WHETHER ON OR OFF SCHOOL GROUNDS during the academic year.”

ANJRPC EMAIL  Message to members regarding this win.

About ANJRPC: The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs is the official New Jersey affiliate of the NRA, and is New Jersey’s oldest, largest, and most effective Second Amendment advocacy organization.


Students’ visit to gun range ‘none of your damn business,’ parents say

Angered by word of the disciplining of two Lacey High School studentsfor a gun-related social media post, 200 parents, community members and other supporters of the Second Amendment on Monday let the Board of Education know they don’t want the district trampling on their rights or meddling in their home lives.

“You guys are reaching into our private life, the private life of our children,” said one parent, Lewis Fiordimondo, who has twins in pre-kindergarten and a daughter at the high school. “It’s not your place. It’s not the school’s place.”

Another dad, Frank Horvath, whose son is a senior at Lacey High, put things in blunter terms.

“It’s none of your damn business what our children do outside of school,” Horvath told the seven board members toward the end of a four-hour meeting, most of it occupied by speaker after speaker venting anger and frustration at school officials largely unable to respond due to confidentiality rules.

The unusually large turnout for Monday night’s board meeting in the high school auditorium was prompted by a five-day in-school suspension of two senior boys after one of them posted a photo of themselves with guns at a local shooting range, away from school property and not during school hours.

The photo, which showed four rifles, ammunition magazines and a duffel bag, was shared by one of the students on Snapchat with the caption “fun day at the range,” said Amanda Buron, whose daughter is a friend of one of the boys. Buron said the suspension was dropped after four days following a public outcry.

The two boys have not been publicly identified, and Buron declined to name them.  She said neither the boys nor family members were at the meeting, and that the parents of her daughter’s friend did not want to talk about the case.

“They’re not ready,” Buron said in a brief interview.

District officials have declined to comment on the incident. After the meeting  Monday night, Board President Robert Klaus, Vice President Shawn Giordano and Board Attorney Chris Supsie all refused even to characterize the status of the situation, including whether it remained under investigation.

This after the language of a district policy in the student handbook was quietly amended last week following a local uproar in the Lacey community and the threat of a lawsuit by the Association of Rifle and Pistol Clubs of New Jersey, whose lawyer, Daniel Schmutter, was at Monday’s board meeting.

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  1. School district policy or not the school has no say what the student do when they are under their parent supervision outside of school. Especially something that is perfectly legal and protected by the Bill of Rights. That is the problem today is politicians and schools think they have the final word when it comes to our children. They are sadly mistaken if they think that about mine. And I am sure there are many more parents that feel the same way and those numbers are growing I’m sure.

    1. Actually they do as mandatory reporters when abuse or neglect is suspected. In this case they do not have authority to penalize the students.

  2. Sue the crap out of the school board AND the individuals who made the choice to”discipline the kids. They have no business involving themselves in students’ after-school activities.

  3. This is why we need the Voucher system, as in free enterprise. Take your business elsewhere where your values are respected.

  4. I just updated this article. This “situation” went viral from multiple sources online and especially on facebook (including our national facebook). The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs sent a cease and desist letter and threatened to sue. The school district backed down and the policies in question have been re-written. The link to the email announcement is in the update.

    One of our best “tools” is to help make such violations of the Constitution and Bill of Rights go viral. This, however, was just a symptom of a much larger problem with our schools.

    1. Great work, Nancy! It’s good to see the effort of one person gain traction quickly and make a difference.

  5. Who owns your children? They surrendered their children to the state and then are upset when the state acts like the state? These parents are stupid.

  6. Looks like communism/socialism is alive and well in the USA. Time to lock and load boys and girls. The enemy has poisoned our youth. If we do not step up, America is lost.
    How about starting a go fund me page for these fine upstanding American boys so they can go and get a proper education at a school of their choice..??? Anyone know how to do that..?? I will kick in…How bot you..??

  7. This reminds me of a situation here, where the school district’s psychiatrist in conjunction with DSS, CPS, and local police, took a child from their parents because they were confused about their gender.
    As parents, whom are Christian folks, addressed the situation by themselves, as a family, in their home. The School psychiatrist, and County officials got wind of this, wanted to control the situation, and took the parents child from them.
    Its a overreach, a power grab, and wrong…

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