Tim Strohm Death – Tim Strohm, a math teacher on Team Haleakala, has sadly passed away on Friday. from and sudden medical event. He died from an unexpected and sudden medical event Friday, according to a message from Superintendent Jake Langlais. “Our hearts, prayers and best thoughts go out to loved ones, colleagues, the whole LMS family and students suffering this great loss,” Langlais wrote.
As a result of the passing of a teacher, students at Lewiston Middle School will not have classes on Tuesday, as stated by Lewiston Middle School management. The LMS personnel will have access to the various supports that will be made accessible. In the event that they take place on a day when school is in session, according to Superintendent Jake Langlais, lessons at the middle school will also be canceled on that day.
The school is going to make arrangements for counselors to provide students with support using a drop-in model, and those counselors will continue to be available for both students and staff when classes start back up on Wednesday. Funeral arrangements for Strohm have not been made at this time.
Who was Tim Strohm?
Math was one among the subjects that Mr. Strohm taught for Team Haleakala. Tim, a man who wanted to create an impression on those around him that would stay, decided to pursue education as a second career. The consensus among everyone is that he did just that. The wonderful influence that he had on such a large number of people will continue. Tim Strohm was a beloved family member, friend, and colleague in addition to being an educator. We shall miss having him around.
About Lewiston Middle School
Lewiston Middle School is a public school that can be found in the town of Lewiston, which is situated in the middle of a very small city in the state of Maine. Lewiston Middle School has a total enrollment of 776 students and is designed to accommodate grades 7-8. 19% of students at Lewiston Middle School scored at or above the competent level in mathematics, while 32% of students at that school scored at or above the proficient level in reading. There are fifty percent students from minority groups attending this institution. The ratio of students to teachers is 12, which is significantly higher than the average for the district.
Tim Strohm Obituary and Funeral Arrangement will be released by the family
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