Letter from Chief School Administrator - Local Tragedy | July 28, 2022
July 28, 2022
Dear FNSBSD Families and Staff,
I want to take a moment to recognize the deep tragedy that happened in our community this week at the loss of four children. My feelings upon hearing the shocking news went from utter disbelief to overwhelming sorrow. To the family and friends directly impacted, please accept my deepest condolences.
There are not enough words or the right kind of words that adequately express the range of emotions that follow such loss. Working through these emotions for us, as adults, can be difficult and can be even more difficult for the children in our lives. I want you to know if you or your children are struggling and need help processing the emotions connected to this tragedy, there is help available. Below are a few of those support resources that are available.
These kinds of events serve as a reminder to take a moment to pull our loved ones close and let them know how very valuable they are to us and the world and to never forget there is always hope in every desperate situation.
Resources on coping with grief and trauma:
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a direct connection to compassionate care and support for anyone who might be experiencing suicidal thoughts, who is at risk of suicide, or who is struggling with emotional distress. Help is available anytime, call or text 988.
Need someone to talk to? Call Careline at toll-free at 1-877-266-4357 (HELP).