Jamie Craig Death – Jamie Craig, a resident of Kansas City, Missouri, and a beloved teacher at Wyandotte High School passed away tragically on Saturday, April 29th, 2023. She was announced dead through social media on Monday, May 1st, 2023. “I’m sorry Ms.Jamie Craig I can’t believe this shii I just talked to you ( please keep my teacher’s son in y’all prayers )” A student of Ms. Jamie Craig shared the devastating news with friends and family.
What was Jamie Craig’s cause of death?
According to the report, Jamie Craig was discovered dead at a Kansas City, Missouri, residence, while her son was present. When the police went to the flat to check on Jamie, the boy was there. The cops left him there with a stranger for two hours until social services could get there. She is the 57th murder victim in Kansas City, Missouri.
Who was Jamie Craig?
Jamie Craig was a resident of Kansas City, Missouri, and a beloved mother to her beautiful son Jackson, who is also called Jax. She graduated from Park University. She was an employee at Kansas-State Lansing Correctional Facility and also an employee at DeLaSalle Education Center, according to her social media profile. At Wyandotte High School, Ms. Craig was well-liked and respected by both her pupils and her coworkers.
Ms. Jamie spent almost 6 years at Wyandotte as a Lead Teacher in the Human and Public Service Academy and the Law Enforcement Pathway. She advocated for the Enough is Enough anti-violence program for students, supported peer mediation, instructed in Practical Law and Human Rights, and created and oversaw the Youth Court Internship program. Ms. Craig was a fantastic teacher and person.
Jamie was extremely intelligent, considerate, and sympathetic. She was an excellent teacher who put forth a lot of effort and had good communication skills. She always had insight and a viewpoint on anything. Because of how sweet she was, Jamie was a true friend and an angel to everyone who sought her out.
Jamie Craig’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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