Exclusive to the Daily Mail! Salvador Ramos, the mass shooter at Robb Elementary School in Texas, has an older sister attached to the United States Navy. 3 years older than her brother Salvador, 21, Marisabelle graduated in 2020, after attending Crossroads Academy High School in Uvalde, Texas. In 2017 and 2018, she continued her freshman and sophomore years of high school on an alternate campus, in the independent Uvalde Consolidated School District. During this time, she lived with Celia, her grandmother, and other family members in their home on Diaz Street.
On the Crossroads Academy High School Facebook page, it can be seen that the school adopts an ethic of care to support all students with special academic needs. The structure helps and accompanies students at risk in obtaining a secondary school diploma.
Marisabelle Ramos, currently at the bedside of her grandmother Célia
Before shooting and killing 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos first went after his grandmother, Celia Reyes. The woman was shot in the face, but survived. She is currently in hospital in San Antonio, where Marisabelle Ramos, her granddaughter, joined her after hearing the tragic news. “My wife’s condition is day to day. We are praying for her,” Rolando Reyes, Marisabelle’s grandfather and Célia’s husband, told the Daily Mail.
Asked by the Daily Beast, Marisabelle’s father, Salvador Ramos, said he had no further news from his daughter. According to the words of the man with a well-loaded locker, the latter resented him for “not spending enough time with his family”. When he talked about his daughter’s journey and her career in the United States Navy, he couldn’t help but hope for a similar life change for his son. “I would have liked my son to go there and change his life,” he admits.
Marisabelle, the shooter’s older sister © Daily Mail