Lourdes High has been particularly hit hard from H1N1, coming from today's story by PB health reporter Jeff Hansel.
According to the report, about half of the schools 442 students have been out sick at least one day. From the article:
Principal Thomas Donlon said he's rethinking the way the school responded during the first wave of H1N1 and wonders if the school should have closed. "If you've got five petri dishes, he said, "it makes sense that you'd take the hottest one out. That's kind of what Lourdes was."
I've got something in the works about H1N1, but we'll see if all comes together here this week. More to come.