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A Florida teacher who brought a fake gun to a high school was placed on leave Wednesday after deputies responded to ensure the fire was real, officials said.
A New Smyrna Beach High School student, first saw the model, be it a firearm, thinking that it was the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office posted on Twitter. The sheriff’s office is being investigated, but insisted that it was not a working firearm, and the teacher had brought in to show students.
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However, as you can imagine, it caused some concern when it was seen by someone who doesn’t know it’s not real,” the sheriff’s office said.
A school resource officer confiscated a gun that the teacher had been carrying it in a pocket and when the students saw it, the school said in a notice to parents, obtained by FOX35 Orlando. The fake gun has been used by the teacher as well as a prop for a student club on a military career, the message said.
The teacher removed from the classroom and placed on paid leave pending the outcome of the investigation, the Volusia’s schools will be confirmed.
The delegates advised to bring fake guns to school.
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“We’d just like to remind everyone that it’s not a good idea to make this type of item on each school’s campus,” the sheriff’s office said.