There will be no school and no school activities for the rest of the week.
School officials met Wednesday afternoon after an additional 36 students went home from the already high 414 absences at the start of the day.
“It’s our hope that closing Thursday and Friday will help to contain the further spread of illness,” said DeeGee Fischer, assistant superintendent.
She added that school activities will be cancelled Thursday through Sunday.
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