A teen boy has drowned at San Ramon Valley High School on Tuesday afternoon.
It was reported at around 1:51 p.m.
Crews pulled the teen from the water and were trying to revive him. He was rushed to Kaiser in Walnut Creek.
The boy was 15. A staff member had found him in the pool.
The school was on lockdown.
Here is a statement from the school:
This afternoon during the lunch hour we had a medical emergency at the San Ramon Valley High School pool. San Ramon Valley Fire and Danville Police responded and transported a student to the hospital. Police are investigating the medical emergency. We only have very preliminary information right now but will update you as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience while police investigate.
Here is the message sent out to parents:
Dear San Ramon Valley Staff and Parents,
It is with great sadness I share this update with you. Today, a freshman male student passed away after being found in the San Ramon Valley High School swimming pool. Words seem inadequate to express the sadness that many in our community are feeling as they receive this information. Our hearts go out to the grieving family, friends, students and staff. Danville Police are currently investigating the circumstances of this tragic accident. We will share more information with our school community as soon as possible.
We have a plan in place tomorrow to support students and staff through this difficult time. If your child needs help dealing with her or his grief, please ask them to reach out to the support available at school. There will be a team of support staff on-site including school psychologists, school counselors, and SRVUSD support team members available to address the counseling needs of our students.
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