Jordan Caoile Missing Riverside CA, Missing Jordan Caoile Found Dead

Jordan Caoile Missing Riverside CA, Missing Jordan Caoile Found Dead

Jordan Caoile Missing – Jordan Caoile, the teenager who was reported missing last week from Moreno Valley, has reportedly passed away, according to an announcement made by school officials on Sunday. Caoile was 16 years old when she started attending Vista Del Lago High School. “It is with profound sorrow that I must inform you that one of our kids, Jordan Caoile, has gone away. According to a statement released by the school’s principal, Matt McCain, “this is the only piece of information that we are able to share out of respect for the family’s right to privacy.”

We place a high priority on the mental health and academic success of both our faculty and our students. We are aware that this information may be upsetting to some students and staff members since they may know Jordan or members of his family. Despite the fact that we are unable to anticipate how other people will respond, we are compassionate toward our grieving Raven family.

On Monday, we will provide affected students with additional details regarding the resources that will be made available to them as a result of this announcement. We are here for his family and for our whole Raven family, which is going through a difficult time right now. The last time anyone saw Caoile was on May 15th. It took some time before the details surrounding his passing were made public. The tragic news was shared by Caoile’s parents on social media, where they also expressed their gratitude to the community for its unwavering support throughout the hunt for their son.

We have some new information regarding Jordan. He has been located, but our hearts are broken because we must acknowledge that he is no longer here with us. Please remember Jordan in your thoughts and prayers even after this message has been sent. We are reaching out to you as a family in the hopes that you will assist us in removing any fliers or posters that you may find. We ask that you respect our need for privacy as we work through the grieving process. Thank you.”

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