Leander ISD issues clear bag policy for varsity football games


Starting in August, Leander ISD will begin enforcing a clear bag policy for all varsity football games.

The policy applies to Bible, Gupton and Monroe stadiums.

According to an LISD press release, bags must be clear and not be larger than 12 inches tall, 12 inches wide and 6 inches deep. Clear 1-gallon resealable plastic freezer bags are also allowed.

The only non-clear bags that will be allowed are small clutch bags that are the size of a hand. Straps will be allowed.

Bags that will no longer be allowed into the stadium include purses, backpacks, reusable grocery bags, duffle bags, camera bags, tote bags, fanny packs and diaper bags.

Medical exceptions will be made for bags after an inspection at designated areas, according to the release.

Multiple ISDs have implemented a clear-bag policy in the past year.

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  1. What is the purpose of inconveniencing people coming to watch a kids game? I assume it to be some kind of liberal push for “gun control” which is absolutely ridiculous. What sort of credible threat has been experienced that would warrant this? If there was some sort of threat why were we as parents not notified? Absolutely ridiculous.

  2. It is really hard to find clear bags. I think the schools should sell a few sizes of them with school logos on. Them for fun raisers. I knw I would buy one.

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