County schools watch for swine flu
Herald Staff Report [email protected] A class trip became fodder for the swine flu rumor-mill earlier this week, as 16 out of 78 eighth-graders at Frankford School became ill with flu-like symptoms after a two-day trip to Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.
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#1 Nov 17, 2009
does a school need to let a parent know if the school as seen aleast one case or more of the h1n1 flu,exspecially if one of your children should go to that school. i think it is up to the parent to decide if they want to send their children if they have cases of the swine flu in their school
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