Julie Yeager Death – The Chelsea Middle School people group is grieving the passing of long-lasting instructor Julie Yeager.
“It is with the most profound shock and misery that we were informed of the death of Ms. Julie Yeager late this evening,” read a post by CHMS Principal Caroline Obert on the CHMS Facebook page on Wednesday, Dec. 9. “In line with her family, explicit subtleties will stay individual as of now. This has been a troublesome month for our understudies, workforce and staff, and we value your help right now.”
Obert said Yeager’s profession in training crossed over 33 years, remembering 31 years for Shelby County Schools.
Yeager educated for over 20 years at CHMS.
“As you know, we are a little, close network; along these lines, this misfortune impacts we all,” Obert composed. “We are for the most part harming as of now. Her passing will raise numerous feelings, concerns and inquiries for our whole school, particularly our understudies.”
Shelby County Schools has a Crisis Intervention Team comprised of experts prepared to assist with the necessities of understudies, guardians and school staff in troublesome occasions.
“Overseers and workforce are lamenting,” Obert composed. “We are disheartened by the misfortune to our school network and will bend over backward to help you and your youngster. Understudies who wish to lament at home will be pardoned for the rest of the week.”