Franconia Car Accident – A Pennridge High School student was one of the people who perished in a car accident in Franconia. A student from Pennridge High School was the juvenile driver who was killed in a single-car collision on Allentown Road near Franconia late on Wednesday night, according to the Pennridge School District, which has confirmed the information. Bolton said in a statement that the student was a junior at Pennridge High School and that he had “joined the PHS family last year as a 10th grader and this year.
He attended the Tech School for Automotive and received his high school courses through our cyber programming.” The statement was released in the afternoon on Thursday. Bolton made the announcement.”This tragedy will undoubtedly bring up a wide range of feelings, concerns, and questions for our entire school community, most notably for our children, the families of our students, and our employees. “The mother of the child has also asked us to continue to speak with other parents about the significance of maintaining a safe driving environment,” Bolton said.
In addition to outside services, school crisis intervention teams are available to assist children, parents, and school officials. The superintendent encouraged students or families to call the school counsellor of their child’s school or the main district offices for extra support. The only remark that will be made regarding this matter will come from the district, according to a spokesman for the district. “Last night, the community at Pennridge High School experienced a terrible tragedy when they learned of the passing of an 11th-grade student. In a statement released on Thursday, district Superintendent David A. Bolton expressed that the community’s “thoughts, prayers, and full support” were with his family.