Brunswick High School student dies

“The tragic loss of one of our students will undoubtedly have lasting effects on students, families and staff.

Brunswick, Ohio — The Brunswick City School District mourns the death of a 17-year-old student.

apply: Get the day’s top headlines sent to your inbox every weekday morning with 3News to GO for free.Newsletter

School district officials confirmed to 3News that Brunswick High School junior Mye’Zavier Cannady was shot dead.

Below is the full text of the message Superintendent Jason Niedermeier sent to Brunswick City School District families.

“Yesterday evening, the Brunswick City School District was notified of the tragic death of one of our high school students. Please know that we have a well-trained crisis response team in place. They are working to ensure that our students and staff have passed away.The support network that will help them get through this loss.This team will be available to students and staff at the Student Center on Monday.Our Any kind of loss within a community can trigger emotional and behavioral reactions.If you need someone to talk to during this difficult time, please go out.

Brunswick is a great community. Her one tragic loss of a student will undoubtedly have lasting effects on students, families and staff. All students in our school district are valued members of the BCSD family. Our hearts are heavy for our grieving loved ones.

Please continue to think and pray for this student’s loved ones. “

No other information has been released at this time. 3News is working to gather more detailed information and will update this article as it becomes available.

Want to be the first to know about the most important local and national news? Download the free WKYC app and stay up to date on your smartphone. android, apple. Brunswick High School student dies

Exit mobile version