Shane Wolff Obituary – The Rose Tree Media School District and Penncrest High School, along with the surrounding communities, are in mourning following the passing of two students who were classmates. Shane Wolff, a student in the ninth grade, and Benjamin Strain, a student in the Linking Learning to Life program, have both passed away, according to Eleanor DiMarino-Linnen, the superintendent of the school system.

Both of these students were involved in the school’s Linking Learning to Life program. “We are profoundly grieved by the loss of these youngsters to our school community and will make every endeavor to assist you and your child as necessary,” DiMarino-Linnen said in her statement. “We will make every attempt to assist you and your child as necessary.”

“We will make every attempt to assist you and your child in any way that may be required.” During this difficult time, I have no doubt that the members of our RTM family will rally around each other and the families of each of these young people to offer support and consolation. I have no doubt that this will happen. The Delaware County Daily Times reports that Wolff was killed in an accident that took place on Route 352 in Middletown Township on Monday evening.

The collision took place at around 6 o’clock. According to Fox 29, Strain had been suffering from an illness prior to his passing. Both students, in DiMarino-opinion, Linnen’s “were outstanding scholars and individuals, and they were beloved members of our school community,” she said. We informed both the teaching staff and the students this morning, and both our counselors and our psychologist are available to provide any support that may be necessary at this time.

This link will take you to the online tools that the Rose Tree Media School District provides for dealing with grief and loss. Patch has made contact with the Pennsylvania State Police in an effort to acquire additional information and will update the article as soon as any new details are made available to us.