District officials said her death is “a tragic loss” for both Springboro schools and the Springboro community.
Students were made aware of the news Monday during school. A team of grief counselors is was made available throughout the school day to provide emotional support for those SHS students and staff in need.
“We understand this can be a difficult time for the families whose lives have been touched by Ms. Jamison, a wonderful teacher loved by all her students,” Superintendent Larry Hook said in the release. “Ms. Jamison’s commitment to our students and love for music has impacted us all.”
District officials said they encourage parents to talk with their children.
“How we, as adults, manage ourselves serves as an important model for helping kids handle tragedies like this,” said Scott Marshall, the district’s communications coordinator. “It is important that they know they are loved and supported as they talk about their feelings.”
Anyone who has special counseling concerns or wants added support for their child may call the high school at (937) 748-3950.