Geller's Beersheba school warns parents of dangers to kids

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June 21, 2011 13:20

 
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The Beersheba high school attended by Philip Geller, a teenage boy who was recently stabbed to death at a party involving alcohol, sent a letter to parents advising them to prevent parties without an adult in attendance in order to avoid similar incidents occuring in the future.

The letter came as students began their summer vacation, which it was warned, presents a danger to children who are left with extra free time.

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