(posted at 12:42 CDT Saturday, May 2, 2009)
The number of schools that have been closed in the Houston area due to the Mexican flu scare has risen to eleven. The below list has been updated:
Kuehnle Elementary School (added May 2, 2009, 10:44am) closed until May 14 for a probable case in either a student or an adult .
Lyons Elementary School — closed for at least 14 days after a 10-year student was confirmed to have swine flu. District has not released exact reopening date.
Harvard Elementary School — closed indefinitely after a probable but unconfirmed case of swine flu involving a 9-year-old student.
Hamilton Middle School — closed indefinitely after a probable but unconfirmed case of swine flu involving a 14-year-old student.
Episcopal High School in Bellaire — closed after a student was confirmed to have swine flu. The school is expected to reopen May 14.
Greatwood Montessori School in Sugar Land — closed until at least May 11 because of suspected case of swine flu.
I expect this list to grow during the weekend. I will keep everyone posted as time permits.
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