Students and staff at Janesville Parker High School are trying to deal with the murders of two students. Assistant Principal Dan Keyser says 17 yearold Nicole Lentz was a junior active in choir, and her brother, 14 year-old Scott, was a freshman involved in the human relations club and a diversity trainer. Keyser says the "family at Parker" is trying to get through the tragedy.
School Services Coordinator Marge Hallenback says students at Parker may need grief counseling for an indeterminate amount of time, and Keyser says a permanent memorial might be created to honor the two homicide victims. The bodies of the brother and sister were found along with that of their mother,
38 year-old Danyetta Lentz, in their mobile home Friday. Rock County Sheriffs deputies are not saying if there's a suspect… how they died or if a murder weapon is part of the "mound" of evidence they're going through.
(audio Beth Wheelock, WCLO )