Students will posters and cards for Raniya's family Friday, said Sean Gruber, spokesman for Colleton County School District, CNN. 19659003] "It's been very hard," Gruber said.
The girl's funeral is scheduled for Wednesday.
Gruber refused to comment on the study of the girl's death or whether bullying played a role.
"We realize and appreciate that people will know exactly what happened in this incident," said pits. "Now is the time for our society to take care of the loss of a child. Facts about this tragedy will become clearer in the coming weeks."
Raniya's father, Jermaine Van Dyke, has asked for answers.
"I am here today looking for justice for my daughter," Van Dyke told reporters this week. "I just want to find out what happened, how it happened, and who was involved."
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From state senate days Tuesday, Margie Bright Matthews, a Walterboro Democrats, said she wanted to correct false rumors about Raniya's death.
The lawyer said she spoke with the students' families, the deputy teacher in charge of law enforcement and school officials.
"I have heard many people say," Oh, they kicked her. They passed her. "None of that. It's so far from the truth – not even banged by her head. The head wasn't even a problem," she said.
In response, Mark Peper, attorney for Van Dyke, said: "We are still awaiting official information from the school, police and all other public entities, none of which have provided our client with any relevant information to date. allegedly by the senator (Tuesday) turns out to be actual, then it is, but our client deserves to know what happened to his daughter in time. "
Pizarro law firm representing the girl's mother Ashley Wright said that "We are disappointed that Senator Matthews would use the South Carolina Senate as the backdrop for her statements less than 24 hours before Raniya Wright is put to rest," the remarks call "discouraging and deeply regrettable."
Parents have not seen hallway video
There is no video from the classroom, but there is video from time to time, according to Peper.
Raniya's parents have not seen these recordings, Peper said. They plan to carry out their own investigation, which includes meeting with parents of children who were in the classroom where the fight took place, Peper said.
Autopsy results are expected to be released within the next 10 days, Peper said.
Raniya suffered serious injuries from what the authorities say was a fight on March 25. The fight did not involve weapons according to the Colleton County Sheriff's Office.
Officials said they stopped the fight and Raniya was taken to the school's nurse station. She was unconscious when paramedics arrived and they took her to a nearby hospital, according to a sheriff's office report. She later fled to South Carolina Medical University in Charleston, where she died.
After Raniya's death, pink stuffed animals were added at the entrance to her school.
CNN's Jay Croft, Darran Simon, Holly Yan and Susannah Cullinane contributed to this report.