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Sunday, February 18, 2018

These Are the 17 Victims of the Florida High School Shooting

These Are the Victims of the Florida High School Shooting

These are the victims of the attack:
Nicholas Dworet, 17

Replying to @jaketapper
Alyssa Alhadeff‘s family wrote this message: “To Alyssa’s Friends honor Alyssa by doing something fabulous in your life. Don’t ever give up and inspire for greatness. Live for Alyssa! Be her voice and breathe for her. Alyssa loved you all forever!” pic.twitter.com/yYf1D1uI9c
 had been recruited to swim at the University of Indianapolis.

Dworet, a high school senior, was a competitive swimmer aspiring to compete in the 2020 Olympics.
“That was what he was working for, and he would’ve made it,” Nicole Nilsson, a family friend, told TIME. “He had very big aspirations.”

Dworet had made the Tokyo 2020 logo his screensaver and had recently signed a letter of intent to join the University of Indianapolis swim team as a freshman in the fall.
“Nick’s death is a reminder that we are connected to the larger world, and when tragedy hits in places around the world, it oftentimes affects us at home,” university president Robert Manuel said in a statement. “Today, and in the coming days, I hope you will hold Nick, his family, all of the victims, as well as the Parkland community and first responders in your prayers.”
Dworet would have turned 18 next month.
Aaron Feis, 37

 It is with Great sadness that our Football Family has learned about the death of Aaron Feis. He was our Assistant Football Coach and security guard. He selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero and he will forever be in our hearts and memories

Feis, an assistant football coach and security guard at the school, died after shielding students from gunfire during the shooting on Wednesday. “He selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero and he will forever be in our hearts and memories,” the school’s football program said in a tweet.

Jaime Guttenberg, 14
The granddaughter and niece of an Amberley Village family was one of the 17 students and teachers killed in the shooting at a Parkland, Florida, school Wednesday.

Jamie Guttenberg, 14, is the granddaughter of Ethel and Marvin Guttenberg and the niece of Dr. Abbie and John Youkilis of Amberley Village.

On Facebook, Abbie Youkilis described her niece as an intelligent and feisty girl who wanted to be a mother and an occupational therapist.

"She was a pretty girl with the world’s best smile and her soul was sensitive and compassionate," Youkilis said. "She always looked out for the underdog and the bullied and she probably had been kind to the student who shot her."
Alyssa Alhadeff, 14



“Honor Alyssa by doing something fabulous in your life. Don’t ever give up and inspire for greatness,” her family said in a note to her friends shared by the soccer club. “Live for Alyssa! Be her voice and breathe for her.”

Scott Beigel, 35

Aaron Feis threw himself in front of students to protect them from oncoming bullets.



Beigel, a geography teacher at the high school, was remembered Thursday by students who said he died saving their lives.
“I will never forget the actions that he took for me and for fellow students in the classroom,” student Kelsey Friend told CNN. “I am alive today because of him.”
Friend told Good Morning America that Beigel had unlocked a classroom for her and other students to hide inside, but he was shot in the doorway.
Meadow Pollack, 18

“She was a very strong-willed young girl who had everything going for her.”
Christopher Hixon, 49




School athletic director Chris Hixon, 49, was a Naval Reservist. #DouglasHighSchool
Hixon, the athletic director at the school, was also among those killed in the shooting.
“Chris is probably the nicest guy I have ever met. He would give you the shirt off his back. He does so much. That is terrible that it would happen to anybody. It is so senseless,” Dan Jacob, the athletic director at nearby Coral Springs High School, told the Sun-Sentinel.
Luke Hoyer, 15

Replying to @MiamiHerald
Gina Montalto: A 14-year-old student. She served on the school’s winter guard team. #ParklandSchoolShooting http://hrld.us/2Etk32U  pic.twitter.com/5zkMQxMeVv


Luke Hoyer: A 15-year-old student. His aunt said, “Our Luke was a precious child, who just went to school yesterday not knowing what was to come.”

Hoyer was a freshman at the school. In an interview with People, his aunt Joan Cox described him as a “happy-go-lucky kid” who loved basketball, and a “momma’s boy” who rarely got into trouble.
“He didn’t know what he wanted to do yet,” Cox said. “He was just a freshman and was looking forward to high school.”
Carmen Schentrup, 16



Carmen Schentrup, Florida school shooting victim: National Merit Scholar semifinalist - Sun Sentinel http://sunsent.nl/2GgKrNV
3:09 PM - Feb 15, 2018


Carmen Schentrup, Florida school shooting victim: National Merit Scholar semifinalist
Carmen Schentrup, 16, was killed in the Florida school shooting in Parkland

Schentrup had recently gone on a college visit to the University of Washington, her cousin Matt Brandow said in a Facebook post, calling her the “most intelligible 16 year old I’ve ever met.”
“I love you with all my heart and I’m going to miss you every single living day. I would switch places with you in a second,” he wrote.
Gina Montalto, 14

#ParklandSchoolShooting victim Gina Montalto, 14, was a member of the Stoneman Douglas marching band's winter guard

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Montalto was part of her high school’s state-champion marching band, the Sun-Sentinel reported.
“Our beautiful daughter, Gina Rose, was taken from us during the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,” her mother, Jennifer Montalto, wrote in Facebook post shared by local station CBS 12. “She was a smart, loving, caring, and strong girl who brightened any room she entered.”
Alex Schachter, 14

 Bill Ritter
✔@billritter7
we're getting pictures and ID's of the 17 victims of yesterday's gun massacre at a high school in Florida. the 18th school shooting this year. Here's Alex Schachter

Schachter played the trombone in his school’s marching band and “just wanted to do well and make his parents happy,” his father, Max Schachter, told the New York Times.
Peter Wang, 15

Cara Loughran: A 14-year-old student. "You will be greatly missed, and we will always love you and celebrate your beautiful life,” her neighbor wrote on Facebook. #ParklandSchoolShooting http://hrld.us/2Etk32U  pic.twitter.com/yXg8zc068c

Peter Wang: A 15-year-old student. His cousin said Peter held open the door so others could escape. #ParklandSchoolShooting http://hrld.us/2Etk32U  pic.twitter.com/LHSB1Qq6LH
3:55 PM - Feb 15, 2018

Wang was in the school’s Junior Reserve Office Training Program, according to the Miami Herald, and was last seen in his gray uniform on Wednesday. His cousin, Aaron Chen, told the Herald that Wang held the door open so others could escape during the shooting.“He was always so nice and so generous,” Chen told the New York Times. Chen said his cousin helped him settle in when he moved to Florida and made sure he was not bullied.
Wang’s best friend, Gabriel Ammirata, also described him as “funny, nice and a great friend,”

Alaina Petty, 14

#ParklandSchoolShooting victim Alaina Petty: She served her community http://thesent.nl/2C5pWps


Petty was also a member of the school’s JROTC program and participated in the “Helping Hands” program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, helping to clean up Florida Keys after Hurricane Irma hit Florida in September, according to the Miami Herald.
“Alaina loved to serve,” a statement from her family said, according to CNN. “While we will not have the opportunity to watch her grow up and become the amazing woman we know she would become, we are keeping an eternal perspective.”
Martin Duque Anguiano, 14

Duque Anguiano was a freshman at the school, according to the Miami Herald. His older brother, Miguel, posted about his death on Instagram early Thursday. “Words can not describe my pain,” he wrote in the post. “I love brother Martin you’ll be missed buddy. I know you’re in a better place. Duques forever man I love you junior!!!”
Helena Ramsey, 17
15 Feb
 Miami Herald
✔@MiamiHerald
Replying to @MiamiHerald
Meadow Pollack: An 18-year-old senior. She planned to attend Lynn University. #ParklandSchoolShooting http://hrld.us/2Etk32U  pic.twitter.com/bhkoYQ12B8


 Miami Herald
✔@MiamiHerald
Helena Ramsey: A 17-year-old student. In a Facebook post a family member called her a “smart, kind hearted and thoughtful person.” #ParklandSchoolShooting http://hrld.us/2Etk32U  pic.twitter.com/dt5HH4Apc0
3:47 PM - Feb 15, 2018


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Ramsey would have gone to college next year, a family member said in a long Facebook post. The relative remembered her as a “smart, kind hearted and thoughtful person.”
“Though she was some what reserved, she had a relentless motivation towards her academic studies, and her soft warm demeanor brought the best out in all who knew her. She was so brilliant and witty, and I’m still wrestling with the idea that she is actually gone,” the post said.
Joaquin Oliver, 17

#ParklandSchoolShooting victim Joaquin Oliver: 'Guac' loved sports, graffiti, hip hop
http://thesent.nl/2o7fT9U


Oliver, who was born in Venezuela, moved to the United States with his family when he was 3 years old, according to the Miami Herald. He became a U.S. citizen last January, the paper reported.
Cara Loughran, 14
15 Feb

Joaquin Oliver died in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Tyra Hermans said she'd been friends with Oliver since her freshman year and saw her pal for the last time before the shooting began Wednesday. http://nydn.us/2Eu7W9L  #Parkland pic.twitter.com/EhWHuv37tC


 New York Daily News
✔@NYDailyNews
Cara Loughran's neighbor took to Facebook after the tragedy to remember the slain teen.

"You will be greatly missed, and we will always love and celebrate your beautiful life," she wrote. http://nydn.us/2Eu7W9L  #Parkland pic.twitter.com/LG4wcJfSJ4
1:22 PM - Feb 15, 2018


Loughran loved her cousins and spending time at the beach, her family said, according to the New York Times.
Her aunt, Lindsay Fontana, posted about Loughran’s death on Facebook and urged readers to take action to prevent future shootings.
“We are absolutely gutted. Cara was 14 years old. She was an excellent student, she loved the beach and she loved our girls,” she wrote in the post. “While your thoughts are appreciated, I beg you to DO SOMETHING. This should not have happened to our niece Cara and it can not happen to other people’s families.”


rest in peace, the innocent.




In memorial for those 17 killed and those injured at Parkland, Florida

Rest in Peace

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Superbowl Sunday: American Football terms

American Football

Exercise 1: Repeat the phrases and definitions aloud.
The idea is to carry the football across the end zone to score a touchdown. Each team gets four tries to advance 10 yards. If they move the ten yards, then it’s considered a first down and they get four more tries.

A touchdown is worth 6 points, a field goal is worth 3 points, a try is for an extra 1 or 2 points. A safety is worth 2 points.

Positions: 11 players each team. There are an offensive and a different defensive team. The field is 50 yards long on each side.

Offensive team

Quarterback: The Quarterback calls the plays during the huddle, shouts the signals at the scrimmage and receives the ball from the snap.
Halfback: The halfback blocks and carries the ball on running plays.
Fullback: Fullbacks are usually larger than halfbacks and function as blockers.
Center: The Center is the leader of the offensive line, who handles the football on every play. On either side of the center are the guards, while tackles line up outside the guards.
Guard: A guard is a blocker whose job it is to protect the Quarterback.
Tackle (tak-uhl): The tackles are the outside two members of the offensive line. A tackle occurs when a player carrying the ball is knocked to the ground by an opposing team member and the play is then considered over.
Tight end: The tight end is both a receiver and a blocker.
Wide receiver (ri-see-ver): The wide receiver is usually the quickest on the offensive team.

Defense (dih-fens) team:

Defensive Line: The defensive line is used to prevent a running play as well as to block passing to receivers. The line has 3-5 players usually including:
Cornerbacks: Cornerbacks are the wide guards on the field and are opposite offensive receivers. Cornerbacks cover receivers and runners that get missed by the line.
Defensive Tackles: The defensive tackles are inside the defensive line.
Nose Guard: The nose guard is a defensive lineman who is the largest and strongest player who can stop action in the center of scrimmage.
Defensive Ends: The defensive ends job is to sack the quarterback.
Linebackers: Linebackers are the main line of defense and are usually fast and very good blockers.
Cornerbacks:
Safety: The Safety is the last resort defense.

Special teams: Special teams is the name given to the punter, field goal kicker, placeholder, and snapper.
Punter: The punter is a player who can kick punts while moving and during the game. He can usually place the football with great accuracy anywhere on the field.
Fumble: When a team member drops or loses the football.
A safety is when a player allows the ball to go into his own end zone.

Superbowl Sunday

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