It will be an emotional return to class for young students in Brockport as they go back to school for the first time since one of their first graders was murdered.
It will be an emotional return to class for young students in Brockport as they go back to school for the first time since a first grader was murdered.
The boy's mother, Hanane Mouhib, is being held in the Monroe County Jail without bail. She is accused of killing her son, 7-year-old Abraham Cardenas, last week.
Grief counselors will be at Barclay Elementary School to help students and staff devastated by the loss of their classmate.
Those who knew Abraham describe him as a little boy with a big smile and even bigger personality, the type of kid who would say hi to everyone.
The school superintendent won't release information as to what program, if any, Abraham was in. Multiple people, including former teachers and disability advocates, say he was enrolled in a special education program and had a learning disability.
Last Thursday night, deputies say Mouhib decapitated her son in their home in Sweden. A motive is still unclear.
Investigators did not release any details about Mouhib's demeanor after she was arrested or if she showed any signs of remorse..
The Monroe County District Attorney's Office says they plan on bringing this to a grand jury before the pretrial hearing on Wednesday.