Classes Will Resume In Leslie County

There were no students in class in Leslie County on Tuesday, but there was a lot going on in the buildings.

Custodians and some volunteer staff spent the day scrubbing down every school building and school bus in the county.

Schools Superintendent Larry Sparks says it's all just a precaution to put the parents and students minds at ease after one case of Staph was reported by a student's parent.

School officials say there will be school in Leslie County.


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  • by concerned parents Location: Leslie County on Nov 1, 2007 at 07:31 PM
    Not only do we have to worry about the staph infections in our schools, but "Scabies" which is a body lice, is also going around in the LCMS. When it was reported to the school board, it was no big deal. They do not want all the parents to know about this they say. They dont want to worry them enough to keep their children home. We, as parents, deserve to know about any disease that is going around in the schools. Wake up, Leslie County this is our children!
  • by randell Location: hyden on Oct 30, 2007 at 08:33 PM
    i hate school

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