Northeast Metro Tech and Woburn Public Schools Mourn Passing of Northeast Metro Tech Student

WAKEFIELD – Northeast Metro Tech Superintendent David DiBarri and Woburn Public Schools Superintendent Matthew Crowley are saddened to announce that a Northeast Metro Tech student from Woburn passed away following a crash on Saturday night.

The districts were made aware on Sunday that Robert Stocker, a 17-year-old student, was one of two people killed in a crash in Wareham on Saturday, July 15.

Northeast Metro Tech will have grief assistance and counseling resources available at the school throughout the week for those who have been affected.

Woburn Public Schools is also arranging counseling services to begin tomorrow at 8 a.m. at Woburn Memorial High School for those affected by this tragedy, as Stocker has family members who attend the school.

“This tragedy has affected all of us in Woburn and the surrounding communities,” said Superintendent Crowley. “Our hearts are with the victims’ families, and all those impacted by this tragic event.”

“We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Robert, a beloved student at Northeast Metro Tech,” said Superintendent DiBarri. “We express our most sincere condolences to his family during this difficult time.”

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