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Robinson High School Host Day of Honor for Patricia Guardado

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(KATV) Little Rock -  Monday, Robinson High School students are wearing green to symbolize the everlasting memory of a fellow Robinson High School student, Patricia Guardado. In conjunction with this Day of Honor, the Student Council is having an Awareness Day Assembly to bring to the fore-front student awareness of crime prevention, personal safety, and security awareness.

Little Rock Police Officer Bruce Jones, Student Council Representative De'Andre Otey, Dr. Yolaundra Williams, principal and Robinson High School Students will gather in the gym at 11:40.

A Pulaski County Special School District Spokesperson says, "Patricia (Patty) Guardado lived for 20 years. She spent four of those years at Robinson High School, graduating in 2009. She will always be a part of the RHS family and many there were fortunate to have been a part of her life."

In an effort to help educate and inform the student body of personal safety and security awareness, a member of the Little Rock Police Department will be the guest speaker.

Following the assembly students will present a monetary donation and signed wooden book for the family to Patty's cousin, RHS student Jasiel Guardado. Green and yellow balloons will be released outside to represent Patty's life and being in the Robinson High School family.

There has not been an arrest in the murder of Patricia Guardado.

TIP LINE: If you have information that could help authorities call 501-580-8706.

REWARD DETAILS: A $1000 reward is being offered by Little Rock Police Crime Stoppers. Another $1,000 is being offered by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office and the reward money by the family has grown to $5,000. People can donate to any Metropolitan Bank. Patricia worked at the branch off McCain in North Little Rock. Friend of the family Reggie Koch with the Koch Law Firm is offering an additional $1,000 on top of that already offered.

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