19% Student Absence Rate at Bugbee Elementary School

19 percent of students at Bugbee Elementary were absent last week, raising concerns that students are coming down with the H1N1 flu. In a letter sent home to parents last week, Superintendent of Schools Karen List said most schools in West Hartford are at a 5% absence rate.

Be sure to watch some of our prior H1N1 coverage linked below.

Prior LocalOnlineNews.TV Stories on H1N1
Our June 29th Story with Dr. Thomas Fromson
Our April 29th Story With Dr. C. Steven Wolf, Director of Emergency Medicine at Saint Francis Hospital

Additional Information
Latest H1N1 Information from the West Hartford Public Schools



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  • Sam

    Thanks for the information, very good reporting
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