Shanahan High reopens after H1N1 scare

October 13, 2009 7:36:48 AM PDT
Students returned to classes Tuesday at Bishop Shanahan High School after a swine flu scare. The Downingtown school was closed on Monday.

Five students came down with confirmed cases of H1N1 ast week, and 31% of the student body was absent on Friday.

All extra-curricular activities and sports were postponed over the weekend and Monday.

While students were away, crews gave the building a thorough cleaning.

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