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Highlands Ranch, Colorado… Mile High Academy, local Denver churches and the community have joined together as they honor the life of one of their students who passed away Tuesday, January 14.
“We ask our community to lift up the parents of the student, the Mile High Academy students and staff, our pastors and the counselors in prayer as we continue to grieve together,” said Lonnie Hetterle, RMC Education Superintendent.
January - Statement - Mile - High - Academy
On January 15, the following statement was issued by Mile High Academy’s administration:
It is with profound sadness that Mile High Academy confirms the loss of one of our students. Our hearts go out to this family. We want the family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. MHA has been working closely with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department as they continue to investigate this tragedy. Mile High Academy will have grief counselors and pastors on hand to help our students, staff and families with this loss. Prayers for our students and staff are appreciated. Thank you for respecting the privacy of our school community at this time.
Ed - Barnett - RMC - President - School
Ed Barnett, RMC president, visited the school on Wednesday and Thursday. He commented, “Our hearts...
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