Orlando’s NBC News affiliate reports:
The raffling of an assault rifle to raise money for a Central Florida high school’s graduation event is raising concern from some people and support from others. Flyers for the raffle have been spread on campus and made their way online.
Brevard County School District officials said a message was sent home to parents to make it clear the school doesn’t sanction or endorse the raffle.
Project Graduation is a private company that works with parents across the country who have seniors in high school and they plan post-graduation parties and celebrations as seniors end their high school career and move on.
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— WESH 2 News (@WESH) March 30, 2021