Fourth Grade Teacher Killed in Crash on Friday Night

by Terry Bryant

According to a statement from Humble ISD, the accident was caused by weather conditions on Friday evening.

May 3, 2019 – 9:00 pm: Amy Woodeshick, 25, was killed in a crash that took place on Friday night in Kingwood, Texas. She was a fourth grade teacher at Groves Elementary School.

The crash took place on the 4500 block of Kingwood Drive. According to a statement released on Saturday by Dr. Brian Peters, principal of Groves Elementary School, the accident took place “where the storm caused trees to snap and fall.”

Woodeshick was taken to Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, where she was pronounced dead shortly after arrival.

Counselors were available on Monday for Groves staff and students needing support in the grieving process.

Amy Woodeshick was a graduate of the University of Houston. She began her teaching career last year, teaching 6th grade English at Humble Middle School before moving on to teach fourth grade at Groves Elementary for the 2018-19 school year.

According to the statement from Dr. Peters, Woodeschick “loved helping children learn and grow, and she made students’ school days bright.”

The crash is still under investigation at the present time.

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