KAUKAUNA - As soon as students walked into Kaukauna High School Tuesdaymorning, they say they knew something was wrong.
"I kind of just knew by people's emotions that there was anotherone," said Tahlia Johnsen, a Kaukauna student.
Another student took his own life Monday, the fourth sinceMay.
"I got the news first hour and I felt a little sadmyself,” said Will Kassel, a student at the school.“It's not good stuff."
School leaders continue to search for answers. Principal MichaelWerbowsky has talked with other students and principals about theissues at the school.
"There are situations and scenarios that are happening that arenot much different than ours and unfortunately at this point wehave had a few of them in a row," said Werbowsky.
Dr. Frank Cummings is a psychologist in Appleton and says peopleshould not be silent about the problems.
“It actually can feed itself," said Cummings. “Ithink the best thing to do is to get together and to know whatthose risk factors are."
Students say they are coming together in the wake of thesetragedies, and Werbowsky says the school will continue to worktogether to prevent another suicide.
"You have people that care about you and we want it to be abetter day for everyone," said Werbowsky.
In the wake of four lives lost at Kaukauna High School, studentssay a better day is exactly what they need.
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