School administrators suspended after child brought gun to school want jobs back


SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - Eyewitness News obtained copies of letters that show three Seminole County elementary school leaders are fighting for their jobs after being suspended for allowing a child to bring a gun to school two days in a row.

The Hamilton Elementary School administrators, including the principal, were suspended without pay.

All three are fighting the district's decision and argue the district's investigation into the incident last spring isn't accurate.