charice beaumont

Guys, if you’ve been following me for a while you know I’m a teacher, and while I risk exposing more about myself by posting this, I feel like I need to

I haven’t had this girl as a student personally, but I know her from seeing her around school.  She’s always seemed like a nice, sweet girl that was on top of her studies and perfectly normal.

She started walking to school this morning and didn’t make it there.  Police have been contacted but they know nothing yet.

If you know anything about Provo, even the stereotypes, this should surprise you.  As I drive to work I see tons of kids walking to school; Provo is supposed to be a safe place, a community of families and generally good people.

As you know, the first 24 hours are the most crucial in a missing persons case like this, and especially when it involves a young girl.  Please, please reblog this and share it around, even if you’re not from Utah– who knows.  Getting the word out could help.

Thank you.

EDIT: SHE WAS FOUND ALIVE AND IS WITH HER FAMILY, THANKS FOR THE REBLOGS BUT SHE IS OKAY!!!

I know this is another charity post, 

But please; this is very serious where I am, and it matters most to everyone in my city.

A little girl has gone missing here and as you can see from the photo, she was walking to school and didn’t make it. I know the family and I know the neighborhood she lives in, she isn’t a trouble child and we need your help. 

If you have any information on how and where this little girl has disappeared, please contact the PPD (Provo Police Department) at 801-852-6231. 

Please help. 

CHARICE BEAUMONT FROM PROVO, UT FOUND ALIVE

The girl I posted about yesterday was found ALIVE after being missing for 25 hours and is now with her family. No details have come to me yet about what happened or her exact condition but we are all BEYOND RELIEVED to have this news. I’m posting from my phone so I won’t be able to easily reblog the original post but if you reblogged it know that you have my ENDLESS THANKS AND GRATITUDE for being one of the hundreds (!!!) of people that took the time to spread the word. Every little bit counts. Thank you thank you thank you, to everyone!!!!!