Richardson, Texas, Teacher and an 11th-Grader Die of Complications From Coronavirus Plague; Daniel Whyte III Says if One Child Died From the Coronavirus in School Last Year, the Whole U.S. School System Would Have Shut Down. This Year, Because the Government and Parents Are Hellbent on Putting Their Children in School So They Can “Get Back to Normal,” Children Are Dying in America From the Coronavirus Plague When They Could Have Stayed Home With Their Parents and Been Homeschooled. Daniel Whyte III Says Again, Parents Take Your Children Out of Any School System Until and if This Coronavirus Storm Passes Over. This Is the Height of Child Sacrifice Selfishness. These Two People Would Be Alive if the School Board Had Listened to What They Were Told: Keep the Schools Closed

A Richardson ISD junior and a teacher at the district’s learning center campus died last week of “complications from COVID-19,” the superintendent says.

Sha’Niyah McGee, a junior at Berkner High School, and Eroletta Piasczyk, a teacher at the Christa McAuliffe Learning Center, died last week, Richardson ISD Superintendent Jeannie Stone wrote in a letter to district staff and parents on Monday.

“Sha’Niyah McGee was a junior at Berkner High School and was a kind, respectful and valued member of the BHS family. Eroletta Piasczyk was a teacher at our CMLC campus and was a compassionate, gracious, and talented educator,” Stone wrote. “Both Sha’Niyah and Eroletta were highly cherished members of our RISD family and they will be fondly remembered and missed by their classmates and fellow teachers.”

Stone wrote that district counselors would be available for staff and students who need help processing the deaths.

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Source: NBC DFW