After the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and following the debate over guns and schools, Bossier schools have taken positions on what they feel is the best way to keep students safe.

"To say we are always 100 percent [sure that the school is safe], I can never assure you of that," says Bossier Parish Schools Director of Safety Danny Dison.

However, Dison says that the district is well prepared.

"We have plans in place," he says. "Our faculty, our administrators and our students know what's expected of them when we go into a lock down."

Listen to the entire interview with Bossier Parish Schools Director of Safety Danny Dison below, and take our KEEL Poll of the Day to let us know if you think guns should be allowed in classrooms.