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Boy, 13, on school trip dies at Cecil County camp

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UPDATE (June 5): The City of Baltimore Public Schools released a new statement on their website, saying, “Last week, Baltimore Public Montessori Charter School and the entire community of Baltimore City Public Schools suffered a devastating loss. Athumani Brown, a seventh grade student, tragically passed away after a significant medical event while on a field trip. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and the school community as we mourn and process the loss of a son, a student and a young member of our community. The tragedy, City Schools has been in frequent communication with NorthBay Adventure Camp. NorthBay will conduct a full investigation into this incident and will provide its findings to schools across the city.North Bay has also committed to conduct an independent review of its emergency protocols to ensure student safety in all future education programs. outdoors. community, we will honor his memory through our efforts.” ORIGINAL STORY (June 3): A Baltimore family is devastated following the mysterious death of their 13-year-old student at a charter school. Athumani Brown died during a school-sponsored excursion in Cecil County. NorthBay Adventure Camp is about an hour’s drive from the Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School on Guilford Avenue, and it’s a popular spot for students. This week, the he scenic getaway is now a place of grief for Brown’s family. Athumani’s mother. Athumani died before the family could get to Cecil County. “We want to know what’s going on. We want to know what happened to him. You don’t send your kid on a field trip and the next day that kid is dead,” Dionn Brown said. “He was happy, he was healthy, he was well taken care of and we want to know what happened. past. What happened to Athu? What happened to my son?” So far, the family has seen no documents, no police report and no medical examiner’s findings. Students from two other schools in the city of Baltimore were in the same camp at the time of the tragedy. Neil Dampier, executive director of NorthBay Adventure Camp, released a statement on the camp’s website, saying, “NorthBay is deeply saddened by the passing yesterday of a student from Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School who suffered a medical emergency during a field visit to NorthBay. We are currently awaiting reports to determine what happened and how best to support the family and our staff during this difficult time. This is a very difficult situation, and we are committed to providing the support and care they need. Please keep the student’s family in your thoughts and prayers. “Baltimore City Public Schools sent a statement to 11 News, saying, “On Tuesday, a seventh-grade student at Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School died while on a field trip to NorthBay Adventure Camp. To be clear, “during” means that he was participating in the field trip. We believe a significant medical event has occurred. “Students from Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School and the Middle Alternative Program were also present at the camp, but were apparently not nearby when the medical event occurred.” City schools have assigned Baltimore Montessori counselors and social workers to support students and staff individually and in groups. The situation is difficult and we are committed to providing the care that our community will need. Medical experts and law enforcement are investigating.”

UPDATE (June 5): Baltimore City Public Schools released a new statement on their website, saying, “Last week, Baltimore City Montessori Charter Public School and the entire Baltimore City Public Schools community suffered a devastating loss. Athumani Brown, a seventh grade student, tragically passed away after a significant medical event while on a field trip. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and school community as we mourn and process the loss of a son, a student and a young member of our community.

“Since the tragedy, City Schools has been in frequent communication with NorthBay Adventure Camp. NorthBay will conduct a full investigation into this incident and provide its findings to schools in the city. North Bay has also committed to conduct an independent review of its protocols to support student safety in all future outdoor education programs.

“We thank you for your support of Athumani’s family and Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School at this time. Through the power of our community, we will honor his memory through our efforts.”

ORIGINAL STORY (June 3): A Baltimore family is devastated following the mysterious death of their 13-year-old student at a charter school.

Athumani Brown died while on a school-sponsored field trip to Cecil County. NorthBay Adventure Camp is about an hour’s drive from Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School on Guilford Avenue, and it’s a popular spot for students. This week, the scenic getaway is now a place of heartbreak for Brown’s family.

“I got a call from the NorthBay teacher saying something happened, there was a medical emergency and he was on his way to the hospital,” said Dionn Brown, the mother of Athumani.

Athumani died before the family could travel to Cecil County.

“We want to know what’s going on. We want to know what happened to him. You don’t send your child on a field trip and the next day that child is dead,” said Dionn Brown. “He was happy, he was healthy, he was well taken care of and we want to know what happened. What happened to Athu? What happened to my son?”

So far, the family has seen no documents, no police report and no finding from the medical examiner.

Students from two other Baltimore City schools were in the same camp at the time of the tragedy.

Neil Dampier, Executive Director of NorthBay Adventure Camp, released a statement on the camp’s website, saying: “NorthBay is deeply saddened by the passing yesterday of a Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School student who suffered a medical emergency during from an excursion to NorthBay. We are currently awaiting reports to determine what happened and how best to support the family and our staff during this difficult time. This is a very difficult situation, and we are We are committed to providing the support and care they need. Please keep the student’s family in your thoughts and prayers.”

Baltimore City Public Schools sent a statement to 11 News, saying, “On Tuesday, a seventh-grade student at Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School died while on a field trip to NorthBay Adventure Camp. To be clear,” during” means he was participating We believe a significant medical event has occurred.

“Students from Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School and the Middle Alternative program were also present at the camp, but were apparently not nearby when the medical event occurred.

“Schools across the city have assigned counselors and social workers to Baltimore Montessori to support students and staff individually and in groups. The situation is difficult and we are committed to providing the care our community will need. Medical experts and law enforcement are investigating.”

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