SLEEPY EYE, Minn. (AP) - The Sleepy Eye public schools superintendent says counselors and clergy will be available for students and teachers mourning the deaths of four people, two of which graduated from the high school.

They died when their car lost control on an icy highway near Sleepy Eye and veered into oncoming traffic Friday night. Killed were 18-year-old John Mangen of Fairfax; 17-year-old Caleb Quesenberry, of St. Peter; 17-year-old Payton Adams of Sleepy Eye; and 20-year-old Tyler Hadley of Sleepy Eye. Four others were injured.

Superintendent John Cselovszki says Hadley graduated in 2012 and Mangen in 2013 from Sleepy Eye High School.

Cselovszki says Monday is an in-service day, but the school will be open from 10 a.m. to noon for young people who want to gather.