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'Hero' Indiana Teacher Says Confronting School Shooter Was ‘the Only Acceptable Action’

'Hero' Indiana Teacher Says Confronting School Shooter Was ‘the Only Acceptable Action’

Jason Seaman (left) with a Noblesville West Middle School student being comforted (centre) and Ella Whistler (right) who was shot in the shooting.

Seaman also offered thanks to a Noblesville High School student who set up a charity page online to help pay his medical bills.

"I can't say enough how proud of Ella I am and how we all should be", Seaman said Monday.

"We endured a horrific and senseless tragedy", Niedermeyer said, adding that support coming in from across the country has been a "source of strength and beauty during this ugly tragedy". He told ABC News that Seaman threw a basketball at the shooter and ran toward the bullets as screaming students sought cover behind a table.

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Although he has been lauded a hero, Seaman said that he is "a person who isn't looking for attention" and that he "did what [he] did that day" because he "deeply care [s] for [his] students and their well-being".

The Indiana teacher who stopped a school shooting says his swift decisions were the "only acceptable actions" to save his students.

President Donald Trump praised Seaman on Twitter Saturday, calling him a "very fearless Teacher & Hero" for his "automatic action".

Ella Whistler was shot in a classroom Friday at Noblesville (Ind.) West Middle School near Indianapolis. She says Seaman, a seventh grade teacher and football coach, "put his own life in danger" for others.

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An Indiana science teacher has been released from a hospital a day after he was shot while tackling an armed student inside his classroom.

"We are stronger together, and we will continue to amaze you". He was shot three times, according to his brother.

Police say Seaman, 29, tackled a student who started firing in his classroom Friday morning. The school district's superintendent says Ella is making progress in her recovery while hospitalized in Indianapolis. He was also a football player at Southern Illinois University.

The superintendent said the school has provided counseling services for students and staff and would continue to do so throughout the summer. His actions saved the lives of many kids that were present in his class today.

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It's very reasonable to be nervous about going back to school tomorrow for Noblesville Schools students after the events on Friday.