I'm posting this with the assumption this is not, and will not, be a "2nd Amendment" issue.
Took my 13 yr old daughter in for a "sports physical" which most all schools require yearly for students to participate in school sponsered sports. This particular exam was done at the Chief Andrew Isaac native clinic in Fbks.
Sports physicals are fairly routine and don't require any detailed probing or tests. I was present during the exam. During the exam, the nurse practitioner asked some questions which I assume were geared towards the childs mental health. One was, "are there any guns in the house?" That question got my immediate attention and I stopped the exam while I, and not my daughter, answered that question. I told the woman it was none of their business if there were guns in my home and instructed her to write that that question was not answered. When asked later why she asked that question, she said possibly (she wasn't sure) that they may instruct on gun safety.
There was another question asked I didn't like but that one isn't relevant to this forum.
Anyway, I wasn't happy with the question. I took the exam paper to the school nurse personally, and also discussed that question with her. I wanted to be sure no school personal were asking that question.
Do any of you work in the medical field and have more knowledge on this than us average Joes?