By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Simon Gratz High School is open again Friday after two students and a recent alum died as a result of gun violence in the very same week. Another student was wounded.

The school closed Wednesday to give students and staff a “day of healing.” The school was also closed Thursday for Yom Kippur.

READ MORE: Pennsauken Police Searching For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Shadid Fauntleroy While Crossing Route 130

The principal said therapeutic support is available Friday for students and staff in the building. The school will hold a demonstration walk Friday afternoon.

READ MORE: Upper Darby Mayor Unveils Plan To Resolve Battle Over Control Of Summer Stage

“We’re going to have a small rally to take a stand as a school community that we don’t support gun violence and that we want to protect the life of young black and brown children,” Le’Yondo Dunn, the principal of Simon Gratz, said. “And to take a stand and also remember and lift up the students we lost and the families who have been impacted.”

The most recent shooting happened Monday night at 11th and Lehigh, where a Simon Gratz 10th grader died. Another was wounded.

MORE NEWS: Man Robs 16-Year-Old Girl At Knifepoint At SEPTA Station, Police Say

There have been no arrests in any of these cases.