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Superintendent of Virginia school district where six-year-old shot his teacher in the chest is FIRED


The vice-principal of a Virginia school where a six-year-old boy shot and injured his teacher has resigned, as the fallout from the incident continues.

First-grade teacher Abigail Zwerner, 25, was shot by her student at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News on January 6.

Zwerner’s attorney, Diana Toscano, announced on Wednesday that Zwerner was suing, and said that three school employees had warned the administration that the child had a gun in the hours before the incident.  

Another teacher had also warned that the six-year-old had left a boy sobbing after showing him the gun – and threatening to shoot him if he told anyone.

Hours after Toscano’s press conference, Dr Ebony Parker, the vice principal, was confirmed to have resigned.

Dr Ebony Parker, vice principal of Richneck Elementary, resigned on Wednesday

Abbey Zwerner, 25, had just finished reading a story when the child pulled out the handgun and shot her in the chest in front of her first grade class at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News on January 6

Dr Ebony Parker, vice principal of Richneck Elementary, resigned on Wednesday. Her resignation came hours after more details were disclosed about the January 6 shooting of Abbey Zwerner, 25. Zwerner is now suing

It is unclear whether she…



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