Bowness High School Student Death, Obituary – The CBE issued a statement on Wednesday indicating that the students and chaperones have not yet returned to Calgary but will do so as soon as it is safe to do so. The statement also stated that they are now in Japan. According to information provided by the Calgary Board of Education, a student from Bowness High School passed away while participating in an educational trip with a group in Japan.
During a weeklong spring break school vacation that began on March 23 and was scheduled to end on Friday, a student “died unexpectedly,” according to the school board, which stated that it could only share a few details about the case. The trip was scheduled to end on Friday. The CBE issued a statement on Wednesday saying that the students and chaperones have not yet returned to Calgary but will do so as soon as it is safe to do so.
The statement said that they are now in Japan. “The passing of a CBE student while they were on a school trip to Japan has left us in indescribable mourning,” The board of directors, which informed the parents of the school’s students about the incident on Tuesday, expressed their “warmest condolences” to the victim’s family and stated that they are “working closely with them” during this “sad moment.”
The children and the staff are going on an outing, and our primary mission for the day is to accompany them. In addition, preparations are being made for the group to make their way back to Calgary at the earliest opportunity. On an individual basis, we will continue to connect with the families that have been affected.”