Educators at Thomas Jefferson High School in Dallas are being hailed as heroes after rushing to help students during a shooting.
Three staff members, along with a parent, helped a student who had been shot in the arm and then assisted other students to safety.
The incident occurred in the parking lot after classes were dismissed.
The superintendent confirmed that the wounded student was taken to the hospital, and at least one person who fled the scene in a car is believed to be a student.
The district provided staff with Stop the Bleed training, which teaches how to keep an injured person alert while providing assistance.
The heroic staff members are trained in CPR and first aid and worked together to help the victim.
Despite the difficult circumstances, the school reopened for classes after a day off, and the students and staff are determined to stick together and remain strong.