Marine1 wrote: The school is not 'adopting a rule relating to firearms'. It is simply saying that whatever you are doing (it just happens to be OC in this instance) at that particular event may be disruptive.
Even if someone thinks it is disruptive to carry a gun on school grounds, it doesn't mean that the gun should be asked to leave. The law clearly states that those with a CFP are allowed to carry there (public schools anyway). I don't see how someone with a holstered firearm is being disruptive. Now, if they were flailing about with the gun in their hands, that's different. However, I haven't seen that happen at any of our OC dinners or get togethers.
The lame OEO's (Opinion Enforcement Officers) on college campuses try to peg people OCing with the same line of thought as above. They see a gun properly holstered, don't like it, know they can't do anything about it so they tell the OCer they will be charged with disturbing school activities. It is such bull crap. That's basically like a LEO seeing a minority walking the street near dusk and pegging him with something lame, like disturbing the peace, because he doesn't like minorities.