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On his school website, Michael Landsberry posted a picture of a brown bear and took on a tough love tone, telling students, "I have one classroom rule and it is very simple: 'Thou Shall Not Annoy Mr. L.'"
His family says they are overwhelmed by an outpouring of support:
said. She added his life could be summed up by his love of family, his students and his country.
The boy then fatally shot Landsberry in the chest, shot another student, then took his own life.
Chanda Landsberry, the slain teacher's sister in law. "We're just Sparks little Sparks, Nevada. Monday, 15 minutes before classes were set to begin for roughly 700 students in the 7th and 8th grades.
Michael Landsberry remembered after shooting death
Moments after the boy dressed in a school uniform shot one of his classmates in the shoulder on the playground, teacher Michael Landsberry approached him to try and get him to put down the gun.
Police said a Sparks Middle School student was the lone shooter who injured two classmates, killed himself and took the life of an 8th grade math teacher who tried to stop the rampage Monday. The teacher, 45 year old former serviceman Michael Landsberry, was being hailed for trying to protect students from a shooting that was witnessed by 20 or 30 children.
Jose's mother expressed gratitude for Landsberry, who she said had never taught her son.
Landsberry's heroic actions by stepping towards the shooter allowed time for other students on the playground area to flee the area," said Chief Mike Mieras with the Washoe County School District Police.
Landsberry was a former Marine and Air National guardsman who served in Afghanistan. He was a devoted husband, father to his stepdaughters, and popular with students.
There were dramatic 911 calls for help from inside the Nevada school on Monday after a 12 year old boy opened fire with a nine millimeter semi automatic handgun he had brought to school from home.
Sparks Mayor Geno Martini said Landsberry served two tours in Afghanistan with the Nevada National Guard and was well known in the school community.
"He sacrificed his life to take our kids into safety," Marisela Cazares told "Today." ''I thank him for that. He's a true hero."
"To hear that he was trying to stop that is not surprising by any means," Chanda Landsberry Bottega Veneta Messenger Bag Ebay
"They got it under control very quickly and shut down the scene," said Martini, who urged listeners on a local radio station hours after the shooting to be sure all guns in their homes are locked away safely.
"As you can imagine, the best description is chaos," Reno Deputy Police Chief Tom Robinson said. "It's too early to say whether he was targeting people or Balenciaga Mini City Black Silver Hardware going on an indiscriminate shooting spree."
"He was telling him to stop and put the gun down. Then the kid, he yelled out 'No!' Like, he was yelling at him, and he shot him," Jose told NBC's "Today" show on Tuesday. "He was calm, he was holding out his hand like, 'put the gun in my hand.'"
Jose said he and his friends ran and hid after Landsberry was shot. He said one friend began crying, which the shooter heard. The shooter found the boys and threatened to shoot them if they told anyone they saw him, then fired two shots at a window, before apparently running out of bullets, Jose said. He said the boys lied to the shooter, telling him they didn't see anything, and then the shooter ran off.
It was no shock to family members that Landsberry a married military veteran with two stepdaughters would take a bullet.
"I heard a gunshot and then people started running and screaming, so I started running," said shooting witness Natalie Guillen.
the gunfire stopped, parents clung to their teary eyed children at an evacuation center, while the community struggled to make sense of the latest episode of schoolyard violence to rock the nation less than a year after the massacre in Newtown, Conn. Sparks, a city of roughly 90,000 that sprung out of the railway industry, lies just east of Reno.
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"I couldn't understand how this kid got a gun," he said. "I'm sure his parents didn't give it to him."
Jose Cazares said he was hanging out with friends when they heard gunshots, which they thought were firecrackers. He said he saw a boy shoot two students. He said the boy then aimed the gun at his chest, but Landsberry stepped between him and the shooter.
"He proudly served his country and was proudly defending the students at his school," he said. The mayor praised the quick response from officers who arrived at the scene within 3 minutes of the initial 911 calls to find the shooter with a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
"To me it tells me he touched somebody's heart. It means a lot. It means a"We have a lot of heroes today, including our children . and our fallen hero, an amazing teacher," Washoe County School District Superintendent Pedro Martinez said. The 12 year old wounded students were listed in stable condition. One was shot in the shoulder, and the other was hit in the abdomen.
"The kids loved him," Chanda Landsberry said.
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