Last Friday's shooting in Newtown, Connecticut has a lot of parents thinking about the security at their children's schools.
--Gower Elementary School in Nashville, Tennessee doesn't have a security guard or a police officer assigned to the building. No buzz-in system, no metal detectors . . . nothing. And that has some of the parents there worried.
--Including former Marine Staff Sergeant Jordan Pritchard. He has two kids at the school . . . a daughter named Valerie in second grade, and a son named Colby in first grade.
--So for the past few days, each day, Jordan's been standing guard outside the building, in uniform, to provide volunteer security. (--They don't give his age . . . but he looks like he's in his late 20s.)
--He doesn't bring a weapon, and the school hasn't asked for his help . . . but parents, kids, and staff members say that just seeing him out there helps them feel more secure.