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Bishop Kelly High School mourning two teens killed in crash on I-184

Bishop Kelly High School mourning two teens killed in crash on I-184

Bishop Kelly High School mourning two teens killed in crash on I-184


The school announced Tuesday that the two young men who died in Sunday’s single-car crash were students at Bishop Kelly High School.

The school announced Tuesday that the two young men who died in Sunday’s single-car crash were students at Bishop Kelly High School.

Rich Raymondi, president of Bishop Kelly High School, says it’s difficult for the school community.

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“Our entire school community is incredibly heartbroken and saddened by the loss of two of their students,” he said.

Raymondi added that he had memories of two young students and called them kind.

“The two best young people you will ever meet, as well as families when you meet those families when you understand why. Teachers will tell you, their friends will tell you, and coaches will tell you. Will, “he said.

Henry and Braden were very involved in extracurricular activities and always enjoyed being around.

“[They] were part of the Mountain Biking Club, as well as members of our ski and snowboard team, who were involved in many different activities around our school,” said Raymondi.

Bishop Kelly High School students (Mike Caldwell)

The Bishop Kelly community is now coming together to mourn.

“We have offered every possible help to the families, but at the same time we have allowed them to grieve as they need and need,” he said.

The school is providing on-site counseling for students, opening its own chapel, and hosting a prayer service in Bishop Kelly High’s Rose Garden on Wednesday to honor those lives.

“It simply came to our notice then.

Wednesday prayer service begins at 11:30 a.m. at the school, followed by a vigil on the Mountain Bike Course on campus.

Mike Caldwell, the principal of Bishop Kelly High School, was Braden’s father.

He told us in a statement: “We are basically shaken and our lives will never be the same.

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