Kids will be kids - they tell jokes, pull pranks and push boundaries. But how do you know when a kid is crossing the line and potentially dangerous? And what exactly is the line? Two Quartz Hill high school students planned a Columbine-like attack at their school this past Valentines Day (the attack unraveled and the two were arrested). In Orange County, two 10th-grade Brea Olinda High School students drew a depiction of their teachers next to the words "Shoot her in the face." In this post 9-11 and post-Columbine world, how do authorities know when to take a threat seriously and when to chalk it up to kids being kids? Patt takes a look at the zero-tolerance policy in place at most schools today with the following guests: Dan Isaacs, Chief Operating Officer at LAUSD; Jeff Foster, Deputy Superintendent of Antelope Valley Union School District; Ron Wenkart, General Council of Orange County Department of Education; David Greene, Executive Director of the First Amendment Project; and James Stevens, Attorney for one of the Quartz Hill students.