PROPOSAL — BERKELEY On Wednesday, some Central Regional High School freshmen walked out of class in protest of the ongoing tragedy that began when a freshman, aged 14, took her own life the previous week.
On February 3, 2019, Adriana Kuch took her own life.
Shock at the death of a kid has spread throughout the community. Central Regional School District and Seaside Heights Schools Superintendent Triantafillos Parlapanides released a written statement to New Jersey 101.5 expressing his “thoughts and prayers” to the family.
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The young lady’s mother passed away in 2016. Her obituary says she leaves behind a father, a stepmother, a few siblings, and other relatives and friends.
Community members have been worried about a fight the teen was supposedly involved in at the school in the days before she took her own life, and this has caused further distress in the midst of the sorrow.
There was video footage of the fight that went viral online.
After the teen’s passing, many people wondered online if the fight had been sparked by bullying.
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However, some authorities hold the view that the fight was initiated by a dispute between two groups of girls who were already acquainted.
The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office said Wednesday that it knew about the crime.