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Victim of remote learning: 16-year-old takes his own life and leaves note saying he felt ‘locked in the house’ after his classes moved online

By RACHEL SHARP

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

A Maine teenager, 16, has died by suicide after struggling with COVID-19 isolation when his school went to virtual learning.

Spencer Smith, a sophomore at Brunswick High School who worked two jobs and loved football, died Friday, leaving behind a note revealing that he felt like he was ‘locked in this house’, reported NBC News.

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