School staffs say thanks

Staffs from Raft River Elementary School and Clearwater Secondary School thanks for the support and comfort during the past two weeks

Editor, The Times:

On behalf of the staffs from Raft River Elementary School and Clearwater Secondary School we would like to express our profound thanks to the parents, community and to all the organizations and individuals for their support and comfort during the past two weeks from the loss of our dear friends and colleagues Skye and Courtney (and baby) Buck.

The support was touching and gave us strength to work through the loss of two such amazing individuals.

We would also like to share our condolences especially to the families of Skye and Courtney and to the community and friends they both touched.

Mike Bowden, principal

Raft River Elementary School


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