ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The body of an 18-year-old Ann Arbor High School student was found Tuesday on the west side of Ann Arbor.
A maintenance worker was found the body on the pathway of Pinelake Village Cooperative in the 2600 block of Adrienne Drive.
The body was identified as Jordan Klee. He was a senior at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School.
Ann Arbor police are waiting on the medical examiner’s report, but confirmed this is being investigated as a homicide.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call the Ann Arbor police tip line at 734-794-6939 or submit a tip at email@example.com.
School offers support for students
Ann Arbor Public Schools said support is in place and will be provided to students all day Wednesday and Thursday from counselors and district support staff.
Pioneer plans to follow up with all families and recently sent out “practical coping strategies” to students and parents.
They urge students to seek out comforting methods that are tailored each individual.
The school recommends talking with family and friends and let them know how they can help. Writing in a journal, getting involved in art, getting an adequate amount of sleep, focusing on individual goals and exercising, they say may help with coping as well.
Students are encouraged to engage in relaxation on their own, such as taking deep breaths, counting to 10, or writing a list of people they can turn to for support.
- School Counselors
- School Psychologist – Dr. Emily Sportsman
- School Social Worker – Mr. Jonathan Stern
- P2P Group – Colleen Creal can help connect you
- PPI – Ms. Amy Frontier or Mr. Jonathan Stern can help connect you