Troubled 6-Year-Old Black boy and Student Who Shot His Teacher, Abigail Zwerner, Reportedly Told Another Teacher He Wanted To Set Her On Fire And Watch Her Die, The Teachers Union Claim They Reached Out To Administration For Help, But They Were Dismissed KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, January 22, 2023

Troubled 6-Year-Old Black boy and Student Who Shot His Teacher, Abigail Zwerner, Reportedly Told Another Teacher He Wanted To Set Her On Fire And Watch Her Die, The Teachers Union Claim They Reached Out To Administration For Help, But They Were Dismissed

According to the Washington Post, several teachers of Richneck Elementary school had complained to the administration about the young boy's behavior, but nothing was ever done about it. 

Teachers sent multiple online messages to Newport News Superintendent George Parker III explaining how Abigail Zwerner, the victim of the shooting, asked for help with the boy time after time with no avail. 

"She had asked for help," one school staff member wrote in the chat.
"Several times," another added.
The child, who was known to throw furniture and other objects in the classroom, once wrote a note to a teacher in which he told her he hated her, wanted to set her on fire to kill her, the teachers union told The Washington Post. When she brought the disturbing letter to school administrators, they told her to drop it, according to the teacher. Another time, the student managed to block a teacher and other students from leaving their classroom by barricading the doors. They were only freed after the teacher banged on the door, and a colleague across the hall managed to get it open.


The boy's family claim that he has an "acute disability" and was under a care plan at the school that included his mother or father attending school with him and accompanying him to class every day. The day of the shooting, though, they were not present. They also claim the gun was secured in their home, so they're unsure how he was able to get possession of the firearm. 

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