Her children are filled with questions. Why did it happen? Where is the shooter now? Can he still hurt Noah and the other victims?
"I tell them, 'Just like some people can be very sick in their bodies, some people can be very sick in their souls, and they don't think the same way other people do and they can't feel other people's pain,'" Pozner says.
She assures them the gunman can't bother Noah and the other children anymore.
She took her children back to school in neighboring Monroe this week for the first time since the shooting. On the drive, Sophia asked her not to play music on the radio because it makes her cry.
Pozner says she was reassured to see police at the school and believes such a presence can act as a deterrent.
"I don't think it's an accident that he picked an elementary school," Pozner says, noting there were "no large members of the wrestling team to be able to tackle him down in the parking l