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Adair Co. Schools: Tracey Pierce announcement

From Dr. Pamela Stephens, Superintendent
Adair County School District

The Adair County Schools family is saddened to report the loss of one of our beloved school family members, Mrs. Tracey Pierce. As a school family, we mourn the loss of Mrs. Tracey and we collectively pray for her family, friends and colleagues in their time of loss.

Mrs. Tracey was such a caring and kind person and her love for her Lord shined through to everyone who had the privilege of knowing or interacting with her. She and her smile will be greatly missed at Adair County High School and in our community. Our staff, students and school community extend our deepest sympathies in such a difficult time.

May God comfort and bless Tracey's family, friends, and loved ones in the coming days.

Last night our school system began implementing our crisis response plan. Counselors will be on site to provide counseling for our students and faculty as needed. We ask parents to please monitor your child's behavior and let us know if you feel that your child needs to speak with someone.




This story was posted on 2022-01-10 19:39:08
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