Pulaski County Schools to hold asynchronous virtual day on Monday due to staff member’s memorial service

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PULASKI COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Pulaski County Public Schools will hold an asynchronous virtual day on Monday so that students, faculty, and staff are able to attend and participate in the memorial service for Debbie Griffith, a longtime school division employee who died in late November.

While students will not be required to attend school in person on Monday, Dec. 6, they will still be expected to complete school assignments while at home.

On Nov. 24, Pulaski County authorities found Griffith dead inside a Dublin home with apparent gunshot wounds.

The Commonwealth’s Attorney says the 58-year-old woman’s son — 28-year-old William Tyler Griffith — faces a second-degree murder charge in connection with her death.

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