Student, teacher injured in school shooting serve as grand marshals for Fourth of July parade
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WXYZ - "Whistler, 13, was shot seven times by another student on May 25."

via WXYZ:

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- (WXYZ) -- A teacher and a student injured in a school shooting in May made their first public appearance together since the incident during the Noblesville Fourth of July parade on Wednesday.

Student Ella Whistler and teacher Jason Seaman were named grand marshals for the annual parade.

Whistler, riding in the back of an orange Jeep waved to the crowds along the parade route. Many were holding signs of encouragement that said things like: "Ella Strong," "Noblesville Strong" and "We Love You, Ella!"

Seaman followed closely behind, riding on the back of a blue Corvette.

Both received loud cheers as they passed by.

FULL STORY: Student, teacher injured in school shooting serve as grand marshals for Fourth of July parade - WXYZ

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