Wednesday, December 21, 2022

DIED SUDDENLY: School Board Offering Counselling After Unexpected Death Of 9 Year Old Boy At Scott Young Public School

School Board Offering Counselling After Unexpected Death Of Student At Scott Young Public School 

KAWARTHA LAKES-The Trillium Lakelands District School Board is offering counselling to students and staff at Scott Young Public School In Omemee after the sudden death of a student on December 17th.
“Special counselling services have been made available to students and staff, and will continue to be available throughout the week and longer, if needed.” Sinead Fegan, Communications Officer, Trillium Lakelands District School Board told Kawartha 411 News.

9-year-old Colton Windrem passed away from a blood clot after a visit to the hospital according to a fundraiser set up for the family.

“After a trip to the hospital, on December 16th, our dear friends and family Sheryl, Mike and Audrie Windrem’s lives have changed forever with the loss of their beloved son and brother, 9-year-old Colton,” said the Go Fund Me campaign.  “Colton was an amazing kid with a huge heart. He touched the lives of everyone who met him as he was a genuine soul who loved his friends and family. Colton loved life on the farm and he was always sharing his passion and knowledge about tractors and farming. He was the best big brother to Audrie who truly admired and looked up to him.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, I would not want one of his organs. What killed him might kill you. Only the gift from a non-vaxxed donor. In the future, the failure rate of donor transplants may never be known.