The March for Our Lives is scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C., on March 24, and not only will survivors of the Parkland school shooting be in attendance alongside George and Amal Clooney — as many as 3,000 students from Baltimore will be there too.

Mayor Catherine Pugh has announced that the city is organizing 60 “free” buses for students, who will also be provided T-shirts and lunch.

Only $100,000 out of the city’s budget to send 60 buses of students to an anti-gun rally in D.C.? What a bargain!

Just sayin’ — the March for Our Lives came about after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and if not a total ban on guns, the organizers at the very least want “assault weapons” (i.e., the AR-15) banned.

But is it OK if we suggest that Baltimore has bigger problems on its own plate? Last year, the city set a record per-capita homicide rate, with 343 recorded homicides in 2017. But sure, march on Washington to get AR-15s banned.

She’s done a bang-up job (no pun intended) of curbing gun homicides in her own city; why not send some kids on a bus trip?