NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Jason Seaman, the hero teacher who stopped a school shooter at Noblesville West Middle School last week, returned to meet his class on their last day of school Friday.
A student in the class tweeted a photo of the group with Seaman on Friday. All the students were wearing T-shirts that said "N WEST."
Police say Seaman, 29, tackled a student who started firing in his classroom on the morning of May 25. He was shot three times during the incident, but released from the hospital the next day.
The student, Peyton Townsend, tweeted the photo with the words, "Glad to be with period 2 again!"
Glad to be with period 2 again! pic.twitter.com/eAZzoZSAvp
— Peyton Townsend (@PeytonTownsend2) June 1, 2018
Friday evening, Seaman was honored with a standing ovation at the Indianapolis Indians game.
At the Indians game and they just honored Jason Seaman. The teacher from the Noblesville school shooting. How awesome. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/sR4m1bqnNN
— Kylie Cardinal (@kmcardinal) June 2, 2018
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