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Lodi High’s Apple program hit especially hard by latest death

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Posted: Friday, April 17, 2009 10:00 pm

Like a mother, Tammy Boschee held students during a recent assembly on drunk driving deaths. In her arms were those most affected by the loss of fellow Apple Academy student Stephanie Jones, who died in a car accident at the beginning of March.

It's a setting that has played out far too often for Boschee and co-adviser Jeff Palmquist.

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  • posted at 11:49 am on Sat, Apr 18, 2009.


    I had both Wood and Boschee and know I can still walk into their classrooms today if I needed a place to go. And I graduated 11 years ago. Thank you for being a safe place for many students and even entire families of siblings.

  • posted at 9:07 am on Sat, Apr 18, 2009.


    I had Mrs. Boschee as a teacher my senior year way back in 2000. She was by far one of my favorite teachers EVER and I learned so much from her! Not only did she teach her class subject, she taught life lessons that I will never forget! It is very rare to find teachers like her and I hope she knows how very much she is appreciated! I am so sorry the Lodi High family has had to endure all of these tragedies, but I find comfort knowing that they have someone like Mrs. Boschee and that all of us Flames always stick together!



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