No classes in Harrison County on Friday. School officials announced the closure Thursday morning to follow up the two days classes were already dismissed for the flu on Wednesday and Thursday.
School officials announced the dismissal of classes Tuesday afternoon after doctors confirmed that flu was behind the 326 absences for that day.
According to DeeGee Fischer, assistant superintendent of Harrison County Schools, there were 258 absences on Monday, which was an increase over Friday's 188. Tuesday's beginning number of 326 absences grew as the day progressed.
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