Lakeview Superintendent Responds
February 20, 2008, 10:32 AM
Classes in the Lakeview School District have been canceled for the day, but counselors and clergy will be available to help the community deal with the loss of four students in a bus crash.
Superintendent Sheldon Johnson spoke last night and released a statement on the school's website today.
He says "We share the grief of our families and students because we are one community and, in a sense, a large extended family."
He goes on to offer thanks to the first responders, law enforcement and the bus driver for their heroic efforts, and adds that the community "will come together and find ways to grieve, to help and, eventually to heal."
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