, ,

Teacher Is Hailed A Hero After Saving Her Students From Florida High School Shooter

Over the next several weeks, politicians and news organizations will spend the majority of their allotted air time debating gun control laws in the United States.

What’s important to remember the 17 lives that were lost on Feb. 14th, a day reserved for love but instead turned into unimaginable grief for parents, students, teachers, and a small community in south Florida.

(Source)

Alyssa Alhadeff, 14, Student

Scott Beigel, 35, Teacher

Martin Duque Anguiano, 14, Student

Nicholas Dworet, 17, Student

Aaron Feis, 37, Assistant Football Coach/Security Guard

Jamie Guttenberg, 14, Student

Chris Hixon, 49, Wrestling Coach/Athletic Director

Luke Hoyer, 15, Student

Cara Loughran, 14, Student

Gina Montalto, 14, Student

Joaquin Oliver, 17, Student

Alaina Petty, 14, Student

Meadow Pollack, 18, Student

Helena Ramsay, 17, Student

Alex Schachter, 14, Student

Carmen Schentrup, 16, Student

Peter Wang, 15, Student

(Source)

These 17 innocent people were gunned down by a 19-year-old former student who entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a small community just outside of the Everglades and north Coral Springs.

Through this senseless and heartbreaking tragedy, heroes emerged.

One victim, Aaron Feis, was a Douglas graduate and was an assistant football coach and a security guard at the school.

Feis shielded students from gunfire after he stepped in front of the gunman and reportedly told the children to run. Feis was shot several times and was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition. Later that night, this brave man succumbed to his injuries.

Head to the next page for another brave teacher who saved many lives on that tragic day…

Comments

comments