A seventh-grader had a medical episode at her Three Village school and later died, the district said Wednesday.

In a letter to students and faculty posted at the Three Village Central School District website, Superintendent Cheryl Pedisich said Gabriella Beals-Reid, a student at P.J. Gelinas Junior High School, died unexpectedly on Monday.

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Suffolk County police said they responded to a 2 p.m. call from the school in Setauket about a student needing medical attention.

A spokeswoman for the district said the student had a medical episode and was taken from the school by ambulance to a hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Pedisich in her letter said Beals-Reid was a talented and creative writer and gifted musician who played the French horn.

The letter offered condolences to the family and said a support team of psychologists, counselors and social workers would be made available to students, families and staff members.

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“We will continue to provide these support services as needed and for as long as necessary,” Pedisich said in her letter.