LAGRANGE – Lakeland Primary students won’t be in the classroom Friday.
The school announced Friday will be an e-Learning Day instead due to the high rate of illness, which surpassed 20 percent according to Superintendent Dr. Eva Merkel.
Students will be sent home today with their i-pads or an emergency folder with their work.
Students who were not in class Thursday to pick up their i-pads or folders will have extra time to complete the work.
Latch key program for Lakeland Intermediate students will be in the Intermediate School cafeteria at the normal time.
School officials say the illness most students are having is taking about 48 hours to get through, so students who become ill over the weekend should be given enough time to bounce back before returning.
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