Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



Counseling support at LHS is available to all students and families in the district community.

Lake Oswego High School Superintendent Lora de la Cruz sent a letter out to the community Tuesday, Feb. 23, expressing deep sadness in sharing the news of the death of a Lakeridge High School sophomore.

The student, Ezekiel Crowder, is survived by his parents Lily and John Crowder, and his siblings Jonas, Maile and Nova.

"Whether or not you knew Ezekiel, this news is heartbreaking," her letter stated.

Counseling support is available at LHS for any student and family in the community.

The counseling team will be available for in-person support. If a virtual meeting is needed, those in need can access the virtual support space.

Additional resources about grief are located on the district website.

Clackamas County's 24/7 Crisis Support Line can be reached at 503-655-8585.

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