Watertown HS teacher dies on European trip with students
By WFSB Staff
WATERTOWN, CT (WFSB) -
A French teacher from Watertown High School on a European tour with students died one day before she was supposed to return to the United States, according to an article in the Waterbury Republican American.
According to the article, Maryjane Miller, the World Languages Coordinator at the high school, died Wednesday at the age of 68, according to the article.
Students at Watertown High School took to Twitter to express sorrow and grief for Miller.
"You'll be missed dearly by everyone you touched the hearts of," wrote Marisa Reeser.
"RIP to my French teacher for four years and to the woman who made my trip to France so memorable," wrote another student.
Students have been writing words of condolences on Twitter using the hashtag #RIPMadameMiller.
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