Pen High student Tegan Elder finishes painting a Penticton secondary supports Humboldt banner for the school. as students gathered in the main hall wearing their jerseys. Steve Kidd/Western News

Penticton students take part in #jerseysforHumboldt

Penticton Secondary School took part in #jerseysforHumboldt

Penticton Secondary School students showed their support for those affected by the Humboldt bus crash on Thursday.

Students gathered to take a photo wearing their jerseys as part of the #jerseysforhumboldt day that saw people across the country wear a jersey of any kind to show their support.

Related: Photos – British Columbians show their support for Humboldt with Jersey Day


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Pen High student Tegan Elder finishes painting a Penticton secondary supports Humboldt banner for the school. as students gathered in the main hall wearing their jerseys. Steve Kidd/Western News

Penticton Secondary shows its support for Humboldt with a banner, jerseys and cheers. Steve Kidd/Western News

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