Brusly High returns to class for first time since 2 cheerleaders died during police pursuit
BRUSLY, La. (WAFB) - Brusly High School students and staff are returning to campus on Tuesday, Jan. 3, for the first time since two of the school’s cheerleaders were killed in a crash during a police pursuit.
The crash and pursuit happened on Saturday, Dec. 31. Maggie Dunn and Caroline Gill tragically lost their lives.
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School officials say they will start the day on Tuesday, Jan 3, with a brief assembly.
There will be several school professionals available all day in the school’s media center to assist students who need support in the form of small-group counseling. Brusly High School officials said more resources and information will be made available in the coming weeks.
The Brusly High School community held a vigil on the evening of Monday, Jan. 2, in memory of Dunn and Gill.
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The Brusly High School cheerleading community asked the public to continue to pray for the families and friends of Dunn and Gill.
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