Isiah Rosario Obituary, Death – A freshman student at Concord High School was killed in the incident that occurred in Rhode Island. The police in Providence, Rhode Island, made the announcement on Saturday that a 15-year-old boy from New Hampshire who had been reported “missing” and “runaway” was discovered dead shortly after 2:30 a.m. on Friday. The child had been reported “missing” and “runaway” by his family.On Sunday, Isiah Rosario, a student at Concord High School, was honored and given a name for his accomplishments. His charisma was infectious to all around him. “He drew kids and staff,” said Jim Corkum, who is the associate principal at Concord High School in Concord, Massachusetts. His coworkers had nothing but praise for him. Respected and admired him. Many virtues.”
Rosario is said to have moved to Concord from Rhode Island when she was in the eighth grade. This is according to the officials.Michael Reardon, the principle of Concord High School, lauded him for being a leader among his classmates as well as being courteous and considerate toward his fellow students. Reardon made the remark, “I think the tragedy of losing him is that he had real gifts that a lot of us do not have,” and he was referring to the individual who had passed away at the time of his statement. Leadership with a laid-back attitude. That’s unique.”On Saturday afternoon, the parents were told by the school system of Rosario’s passing, and the district promised grief counselors and other forms of assistance for the students and personnel.
“This tragic news obviously deeply affects all members of the Concord community, but most especially Isiah’s peers,” the administration stated in their statement. According to Reardon, Rosario had been absent from school for several weeks and had just just returned to Rhode Island for reasons that have not been made clear at this time. “We’ve lost a valuable human being someone who will make the people that know him, their life better, and that just reminds us that we need to be kind and tolerant of each other and work together to make the world a better place,” Reardon said. “We’ve lost a valuable human being someone who will make the people that know him, their life better.” “We have suffered the loss of a valuable member of the human race, someone who enriched the lives of those who had the opportunity to know him,” Isiah’s murder is under probed.