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Atchison mascot forum postponed for tragedy
09/17/2018

(KAIR)--The forum, planned for Monday evening, September 17, to address the future of mascots used in Atchison's public schools, has been postponed.

Superintendent of Schools for USD 409, Dr. Susan Myers, told MSC News the decision was made following the death of 16-year-old Maur Hill-Mount Academy Student.

Myers said the district's heart goes out to those grieving from the death of Zachary Armontrout, with the school district planning to reschedule the forum.

The forum was being held to allow the public to voice their thoughts regarding the use of the district's Native American themed mascots.

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