There's been much debate in classrooms over fidget spinners, the latest toy craze that kids can't put down. Should they be allowed in classrooms? The superintendent for Lewiston Public Schools addressed the issue this week on the office's Facebook page.

Superintendent Bill Webster took some time to visit Lewiston Middle School and observe a classroom. He didn't see any of the spinners, but when he asked if anyone had them, four students did and had been using them. Not having noticed them, he didn't find them as a distraction. School policy leaves the use of fidget spinners up to the teacher in the classroom.

Some say that fidget spinners are helpful for kids with ADHD, stress and anxiety, but some experts disagree.

How do you think fidget spinners should be handled in classrooms? Let us know in the comments below or on our Facebook page.