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February 8th 2018

Leilani Clarke


Dear Parents and Carers

Many of you will be aware that we are all in shock at the news of the death of one of our Year 11 students, Leilani Clarke.

We are devastated by this news. All our thoughts are with her family and friends at this extremely sad time.

Students have been informed today and counselling and support will be available to them and everyone in the school community affected by this tragic event.

Please remember Leilani and her family in your prayers.

Jy Taylor

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