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H1N1 Flu Information

With the identification of each new dangerous strain of influenza, scientists have expressed concern that the world is due for a pandemic -- a global outbreak. The U.S. Department of Education is collaborating with health experts and agencies across the federal government to ensure that, in the case of a flu outbreak, critical operations and services will continue. State and local preparedness will be crucial in preventing the spread of the virus. Because schools are centers of community life, we ask that educators and administrators work with local officials to make planning for a flu outbreak a priority. The tools below are designed to assist you in disseminating health information, planning for staff and student absences, and maintaining a learning environment. Show less

With the identification of each new dangerous strain of influenza, scientists have expressed concern that the world is due for a pandemic... Show more

Continuity of learning during school dismissals

Flu Season School Guidance

Flu.gov — One-stop access to U.S. Government seasonal, H1N1 (swine), H5N1 (bird), H3N2, and pandemic flu information. Includes comprehensive information for community planning.

Emergency Planning: Influenza Outbreak


 
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Last Modified: 05/10/2012