East Lansing heals in wake of tragedy

By Chloe Kiple

Entirely East Lansing

EAST LANSING– East Lansing High School administrators are taking decisive action on mental and emotional health in the wake of the two students who recently died by suicide. The high school consulted Michigan State Counseling Services about how to move forward. Additionally, the high school recruited Ele’s Place, a non-profit that offers emotional support to grieving children and families, to offer six weeks of counseling and intervention to students. Ele’s Place and Michigan State Counseling Services both declined to comment. Principal Coby Fletcher outlined his intentions moving forward in a letter to parents Feb.