Two Beloved Teachers and Eight ‘Loving and Caring’ Teens Are Identified as the Ten Victims of the Santa Fe High School Massacre After Gunman, 17, Opened Fire ‘Targeting Classmates He Didn’t Like’

A beloved mother-of-four art teacher and an exchange student who had moved from Pakistan for a better education are among the 10 people killed when a crazed gunman stormed a Texas school on Friday.

Substitute teacher Ann Perkins, 64, art teacher Cynthia Tisdale and students Sabika Sheikh, Chris Stone, Kim Vaughan, Angelique Ramirez, Aaron Kyle McLeod, Christian Garcia and Shana Fisher have been confirmed dead.

Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a 17-year-old high school junior, allegedly burst into an art classroom at his school yelling ‘Surprise!’ while brandishing his father’s shotgun and pistol, before opening fire and gunning down students and teachers.

According to the charging document reported by local media, Pagourtzis picked his victims, choosing not to shoot students he liked so he could have his story told.

Ann Perkins, 64, a substitute teacher, was one of the first victims of the shooting to be named and pictured. She was a grandmother

Ann Perkins, 64, a substitute teacher, was one of the first victims of the shooting to be named and pictured. She was a grandmother

Santa Fe student Chris Stone was killed in the shooting at Santa Fe High School, relatives have confirmed

Santa Fe student Chris Stone was killed in the shooting at Santa Fe High School, relatives have confirmed

Santa Fe student Chris Stone was killed in the shooting at Santa Fe High School, relatives have confirmed

Exchange student Sabika Sheikh was part of the YES Pakistan program, and her death was confirmed by the Pakistani Embassy in Washington D.C

Exchange student Sabika Sheikh was part of the YES Pakistan program, and her death was confirmed by the Pakistani Embassy in Washington D.C

Art teacher Cynthia Tisdale was shot dead, her brother-in-law confirmed on Facebook. She is pictured above with her husband

Cynthia Tisdale is seen with her husband and niece Olinde

Art teacher Cynthia Tisdale was shot dead, her brother-in-law confirmed on Facebook. She is pictured left with her husband.

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Source: Daily Mail