At a football game Saturday, Lee’s Summit North High School students wore purple, a color that represents suicide prevention. The students released purple balloons and had a moment of silence before the game, which had been rescheduled from Friday night.
At a football game Saturday, Lee’s Summit North High School students wore purple, a color that represents suicide prevention. The students released purple balloons and had a moment of silence before the game, which had been rescheduled from Friday night. Dave McQueen The Kansas City Star
At a football game Saturday, Lee’s Summit North High School students wore purple, a color that represents suicide prevention. The students released purple balloons and had a moment of silence before the game, which had been rescheduled from Friday night. Dave McQueen The Kansas City Star

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