Sunday , May 16 2021

Grief adviser, therapist dogs in Mississauga schools to help with teens with 14-year-old man

Greater counselors and therapist dogs are stationed on two Mississauga schools on Monday to assist helpmates with the death of a 14-year-old clubmate.

Riley Driver-Martin was found dead "officially traumatic drawings" near a park Mississauga. Two brothers, both 20, were recorded with second-murder in a fake blow.

The park found in Driver Martin's body is not far from Clarkson Secondary School, where the garden room is taught, and the buys of the Hillside Public School.

"We know when there is a violent death or this in society that may have a great influence on the welfare of people who live there , "said Carla Pereira, spokesman for the Peel District School Board.

A billboard for Riley Driver-Martin is set up at Clarkson Secondary School for students and teachers to write or share their memories with his family. (Change of Carla Pereira)

Classes are planned as usual on both Clarkson and Hillside schools, but a memorial table is set up in the library for students and teachers to share their condolence with Driver-Martin's family.

"We can not expect that staff and students are undermined and they can just continue with their regular school day," told Pereira CBC Toronto.

In a letter to pupils, Clarkson Principle Mary Zammit said: "Following normal routines can help in healing times with healing."

Driver Martin's death marks the 25th place of the Peel Region 2018. The boy is the youngest victim of this area this year, but is little known about his cause of death. death.

Driver Martin left his house on Thursday night. Officer detected his body in a landslide near Meadow Park, in the area of ​​Truscott Drive and Southdown Road, shortly before 8am on Friday.

Flowers honors Riley Driver-Martin is a lane in a landslide near Meadow Park where police detected his body. (CBC)

The pupils of the whole school were not reported and it is clear why he left his house Peel Regional Police.

Spreaker Const. Iryna Yashnyk has refused to comment on the nature of Driver-Martin's injuries or how he was killed.

Shortly before the television is announced tonight at the Clarkson Community Center and Library.

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