Arnulfo Reyes, the sole survivor of Classroom 111 at Robb Elementary School, says the district where he taught for more than a decade “abandoned” him in the year since a gunman killed 11 of his students and left him with injuries, both emotional and physical, that will never fully heal.

He has heard only twice from Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Superintendent Gary Patterson, with each phone call lasting less than five minutes, Reyes said. Patterson’s predecessor, Hal Harrell, waited a month after the May 24 massacre to contact him.

“I refused him, because he had a whole month to visit me,” Reyes said.