Athletes remember missing teacher with stickers, pins at game
BRUSLY- Athletes at Brusly High School are hoping to keep the story of their missing teacher, and the hope that she'll turn up, alive, in the form of stickers and pins on their uniforms.
The football team and cheerleading squad revealed the tribute to Sylvianne Lozada at the team's first home game of the season Friday night.
Lozada vanished from her home during the summer. She's a foreign language teacher at the high school. Investigators believe her husband, Oscar, and their 5-year-old daughter, are in Venezuela, but he won't answer their questions. She's a missing person and so far, searches have turned up nothing.
The students, and faculty, are hoping the stickers, with her initials on it, and the pins of her native country's flag, will keep people talking about Lozada, in hopes of one day getting some answers.
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