Salisbury High students trying to cope after student's stabbing death
By Shelley Smith
Assistant Principal Chris Boylan helped the students and faculty of Salisbury High School cope this morning as the school continues to recover from the stabbing death of freshman Brooklyn Jones.
“I know many people will remember the way that he died, but I prefer to remember the way that he lived,” Boylan told students at an assembly.
Brooklyn had only arrived at Salisbury High a few months ago, yet many students had gotten to know him.
Principal Dr. Windsor Eagle opened the “remembrance assembly” to any student who wanted to attend, and students filled the large auditorium, some standing at the sides and back of the hall.
See more details in Thursday’s Salisbury Post.
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