Culp, a special needs student from Kerrville, Texas, was allegedly attacked by fellow students, who asked him if he wanted to play with them before dousing him with gasoline and setting him on fire.
Prior to the incident, Kayden had been bullied by his peers, and that bothered the students at Soaring Heights School.
As part of anti-bullying month, felt compelled to write get well cards with statements of support for Kayden. “I really felt bad for Kayden,” says SHS student Anthony LeFevre. “I wanted him to know that we are praying for him and are thinking of him.”
The student letters were sent with a cover letter expressing support and concern.