To all students.

As Doctor Grey announced yesterday, Marius, Jennie and Kyle have indeed been returned safely to the school. Curently they are still in the infirmary for observation, but we hope to see them released to their own rooms within the day. I am very pleased to be able to say that all three should make a full recovery, although I would urge you all to be aware that they have been through a great deal. They will need additional time - and perhaps at times, space - to complete that recovery.

Those of you who see them once they are released may notice certain physical changes. They may be rather startling, but be reassured that they will fade over the course of the week.

This week has been difficult for all of us, but I must say that being presented with yet more evidence that our students can be relied upon to handle a crisis situation with grace and maturity has indeed made it easier for those members of the staff involved in the search and rescue of our missing students. The care you have shown each other during this stressful time, in particular, was noticed - and deeply appreciated.


Kyle, Jennie and Marius have been safely recovered, but they are in need of some serious rest and recovery time so we're putting a 24 hour ban on visitors. After that, as usual, it will be up to them if they want to receive visitors.

You're undoubtedly noticed the lockdown.

I'm afraid it's going to have to stay in place for the time being. There was an incident tonight - Jennie, Marius, Kyle and Crystal were attacked in the city. Crystal is back here in the infirmary and should be fine, but the other three are missing. We're currently searching for them, but until we are at least clearer on what happened, all students need to stay on the grounds.

Ms. Munroe will be in her office this evening, if anyone needs to talk. The Professor and I will be occupied with the search. As soon as we have news that we can share, we will.