Bay Spot educator dies immediately after tenting journey injuries

Heath Caceres, previous principal at Park Elementary Faculty in Mill Valley, died last week right after struggling a head damage in an incident even though tenting.

Mr. Caceres is the partner of Mariah Caceres, a fourth-grade trainer at Lucas Valley Elementary Faculty in the Miller Creek School District in San Rafael. The few have various children.

Lucas Valley instructor Nicole Cunha, who started off a fundraiser at GoFundMe for the Caceres household, posted that Mr. Caceres experienced a severe head injuries in the course of a loved ones camping vacation in mid-July.

“He put in more than a week in the intensive care unit in Modesto,” Cunha posted on the web-site. “The loved ones stayed nearby the clinic to be with him day-to-day, hours from house. Regardless of the enormous work of the medical doctors and nurses, the infinite love of his family members, and the help of his buddies, Heath handed absent on July 29 with his spouse Mariah at his aspect.”

The fundraising drive had elevated extra than $125,000 as of Tuesday.

Mr. Caceres, who was at Park School in the 2018-19 school calendar year, was existing principal at New Traditions Elementary School in San Francisco. The university past 7 days sent out an email to mom and dad notifying them about Mr. Caceres’ death and presenting support companies to college students and staff.

“Mr. Caceres was an exceptionally crucial component of our neighborhood and we are deeply saddened by this reduction,” the e-mail mentioned.

In his past take note to people on the university website at the end of Could, Mr. Caceres declared June 1 as Hawaiian Seaside Day and stimulate college students to put on beach outfits.

“Let’s kick off our summer months proper!” he wrote. “All learners are welcome to take part. Use Hawaiian shirts or beach gear, convey sunglasses and beachwear add-ons and let us make New Traditions a tropical oasis for a day.”

Mary Jane Burke, Marin superintendent of educational facilities, reported the Marin education and learning community is standing by to help Mariah Caceres and her youngsters.

“Mariah … sending energy and assistance,” Burke posted on the GoFundMe webpage. “So quite a few people today, a lot of you do not know, stand all set to guidance your household.”