Mr. Snuffles is an accidental member of our school flock. We received the 6 supposedly female chicks at the start of the school year, but now at 11 weeks it is clear that the aptly kid named Mr. Snuffles is a rooster. Although we don't have permission from the city to have a roo I am hoping we can keep him, but we have to be watching carefully for aggression. We have our students doing all the chicken chores, and on the weekends families come to check in on them, sometimes with very small children. The chickens have been held every day, although Mr. Snuffles and the other ee (Agent Fluffball) often elude pursuers. They aren't unfriendly, just not thrilled to be picked up. My concern is that we can not risk the kids, so at the first sign of aggression Mr. Snuffles will definitely be rehomed. But when should I put everyone on alert to watch? I don't want to raise concerns way in advance of any possible problem, but I also don't want to wait too long? Any thoughts? Thank you all!