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Important Letter From PHS Principal 9/29/17
Dear PHS Parents,


We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing  of one of our 10th grade students.  We have shared this news with the students this morning in first period class and have set up counseling stations to support both students and staff.   Our thoughts are with the student's family, friends, and everyone affected by this tragic loss.


Counselors and other trained professionals from throughout the school, district, and community will be at PHS today to offer support to students and staff during this time.   Counselors in our schools throughout the district are also aware and prepared to offer support across the district.


As we mourn this loss and recognize that many of our students and families may need support, we have provided links to resources on the Princeton High School website that may help parents talk with their children about the passing of a loved one.   We encourage parents to contact school counselors and/or community resources if you feel your child could use additional support.


Sincerely,


Gary Snyder


Local Community Resources:


HI-TOPS will have a clinician available on Saturday, 9/30.  Reach out to Melanie Pasignajen at 609-683-5155 x219 for more information.


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Grief is a normal and natural reaction to death. Love and grief are inseparable – they are yin and yang – so when we lose those we love we experience grief.


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