Because of what district officials call a “gastrointestinal illness outbreak,” one elementary school campus in League City had no choice but to start the weekend one day earlier than usual.
A spokesman from Clear Creek ISD stated that on Friday, the Hyde Elementary School, which can be found along FM-518 at Columbia Memorial Parkway, will be closed to thoroughly clean the classrooms and the facilities in compliance with the criteria provided by the CDC.
The Hyde Elementary School
After 130 pupils and staff members were absent on Thursday, school officials worried that a contagious disease was going around the school. There are 671 students enrolled at this educational institution.
According to ABC 13, CCISD is also collaborating with the Galveston County Health Department to investigate the outbreak; nevertheless, the district has reported that it has not observed substantial absenteeism at any of its other campuses.
According to the district, school is scheduled to resume on Monday, April 24. As we are almost end of this article, you can see the most interesting news about Texas Legislature Approving Permanent Daylight Saving Time.
Students in the Clear Creek ISD experiencing symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, or stomach discomfort have been strongly encouraged to remain at home until they have been symptom-free for twenty-four hours.