By Keldy Ortiz
SEYMOUR >> Nina Poeta, a Seymour High School senior who touched the lives of many in the community as she battled cancer, has died,
according to her school.
She was 17.
Rich Kearns, director of security for Seymour Public Schools, said Poeta
passed during the overnight hours Saturday. Kearns said grief counseling will be
made available at the high school both Sunday and Monday.
“Our Valley Community has all joined together as one community over the past
year to offer support and comfort as Seymour High School student Nina Poeta
fought “strong” through her battle with cancer,” Kearns said in a release.
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