Dear Parents, Staff and Community members,

This morning the school department received a press release regarding the Enterovirus D-68. Like you, we are concerned about the health and safety of all of our students, their families and our staff.  Please go to  and enterovirus for more information about Enterovirus D-68 (EV-D68) and how to prevent the spread of this virus. In addition, Dr. Michael Fine, the Director of the RI Department of Health stated in a press release , "While we can't prevent EV-68 with a vaccine, it's important for everyone to get the flu shot - it is as bad as or worse than EV-68.  And, we do have a shot to prevent the flu. The sooner you get the flu shot, the better." Flu clinics are being held at a variety of school sites. Please click on Flu Shot Clinics for locations and times.

Judy Lundsten,


Cranston Public Schools

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