Noblesville middle schoolers protested the NRA after a shooting took place at their school Friday.
About half a dozen kids and their parents held up signs outside of a gun store, called Hoosier Armory, where the NRA had set up a tent Saturday to recruit new members.
At least one protester said they were heading someplace else when they noticed the NRA logo.
“I made the sign and wanted to take it to a courthouse, but then I saw the NRA tent on the way,” student Ray Kenley told Fox 59.
“Let us heal” and “Kids before guns!” read two other signs.
NRA staffers repeatedly asked the kids to leave, according to the report. The protesters stood firm, however, remaining on the public sidewalk.
Police responded to the scene to ensure safety, according to the report.
Ella Whistler, a Noblesville West Middle School student, was shot in a classroom Friday when another student entered the building with a pair of handguns. She’s in critical but stable condition.
Teacher Jason Seaman, 29, who’s being lauded as a hero, was also injured when he tackled the gunman to the ground.