Rodger was bright, had near perfect attendance and mostly got straight A in his assignments at Independence, Smith said. But his social awkwardness Nike Roshe Nm Flyknit Se kept him from engaging with other students, she said.
became panic stricken in a hallway and couldn move, Smith said, noting the incident lasted for at least a few minutes.
Many of her students tried to reach out to him, she said, and they would encourage him to join in. But even when he did, she said, he wouldn really engage and would only listen.
and self doubt that paralyzed him.
He also expressed feelings of jealousy when his best friend at the time would pay more attention to other friends during playdates at his house.
Smith, who soon became the principal of Independence High and today holds the post at Daniel Pearl Magnet High School, said she believes that district staff had to call his mother so she could walk him out to the car. Smith said she recalls that he didn return to the school after that incident and he was eventually transferred to Independence High after spending some weeks at home.
Deborah Smith, who once served as Rodger principal at Independence High School, said she knew the young man for more than two years and was shock and to hear that the 2010 graduate allegedly killed six young people in a Friday night rampage near UC Santa Barbara.
In ninth grade at Crespi, he said he was teased by his classmates I was afraid of girls and called insulting names, such as admitted in his manifesto that when his parents sent him to Taft for a short time he was terrified because he knew the very large school would me alive and spit me out. later, in a now infamous YouTube video, he laid out his chilling plan of retribution toward those he longed to be close to but couldn because of the apparent fear Nike Roshe Run Flyknit Wolf Grey
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his manifesto, he said he had much fun at Topanga Elementary School and made a few close friends, including a boy who would become his best friend for the next 14 years, he said. His parents divorced when he was 7 and his father began a relationship with the woman that would become his stepmother. At age 9, he started to feel self conscious about his height; he was the shortest in his fourth grade class, he said.
the most part, I hate to say this, he was probably fairly invisible, she said. pretty much stayed by himself. He would come to my office occasionally. Very rarely would he come and sit down and have a conversation with me. When he did, I felt like it was a victory. (It was like) my gosh, he had a conversation with me Most of the time, he would answer questions with one word or as minimally as he could. spent his early years in England but was raised mostly in the San Fernando Valley, attending other schools including Topanga Elementary School, Pinecrest Middle School, Crespi Carmelite High School before joining Independence High School.
showed any sign of aggression at his continuation high school in Lake Balboa, his former principal said.
is not fair, he wrote in a 137 page manifesto that has now been posted online. can either accept that fact, keeling over in defeat or one can harness the strength to fight against it. My destiny was to fight against the unfairness of the world. Deputies from Brown department met with Rodger on April 30 after a relative expressed concern about his well being. Rodger told very convincing story to the deputies to make them believe he wasn going to hurt himself or anyone else and did not meet the criteria for further intervention at that point, Brown said.
take to the streets of Isla Vista, and slay every single person I see there, all those popular kids who live such lives of hedonistic pleasure while I had to rot in loneliness, they all looked down at me as I tried to join them, they all treated me like a mouse, but now, I will be a god compared to you, he said.
Smith felt confident about placing him at Independence, she said, because she knew he would not be picked on or bullied, something she felt he was vulnerable to because of his slight stature and quiet persona.
very apparent that he was able to convince many people for many years that he didn have this deep, underlying obvious mental illness that also manifested itself in this terrible tragedy, Brown said.
Santa Barbara shooting
Smith, the former Independence High School principal, first came into contact with Rodger when she worked as a Los Angeles Unified School District behavioral specialist and Rodger was attending Taft High School in Woodland Hills. Smith helped Rodger who was identified as a child with Asperger syndrome and who received support in the school district for it get into a smaller school after an incident in which he suddenly became frozen in the hallway shortly after starting at the charter school in Woodland Hills, she said.
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never, ever crossed my mind. Never and I worked with a lot of kids, Smith said in a phone interview Sunday. worked in nonpublic schools with very emotionally disturbed kids. I had contact with people where I thought, day you might be a headline but never Elliot . Everything about him was soft spoken, polite, a gentleman, very courteous. Just everything about him. Despite his father success as a Hollywood director who had worked on Hunger Games and doting family members, Elliot felt very much an outcast and largely blamed women for his suffering and inability to in with his cohort.
He said he was bullied so much in eight and ninth grade that he felt small, weak and above all worthless that he cried by himself every day at school.
Those feelings only intensified when he grew older, he said, and watched girls choosing other boys instead of him. He also realized he had dorky hairstyle, clothing and that he was and unpopular. He said he also felt different from his peers because he was half white and half Asian and envied the kids. elementary school and with the advent of puberty, life became bitter struggle for self worth where he went on to be and humiliated by girls, he wrote.
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