(DALLAS MORNING NEWS) Five Dallas ISD students, who live together but attend four different schools, had close contact with an Ebola patient and are being kept out of school while their health is monitored.
Students and parents learned about the health threat Wednesday and reacted with a mix of fear, disbelief and caution. Some parents pulled their kids out of class.
“Nobody is touching each other. Nobody is shaking hands. Everyone is saying, ‘Get away from me; Ebola is going around the school,’ ” Dante Gonzalez, a senior at Conrad High School, said after classes were dismissed. “It’s kind of funny, but kind of crazy also.”
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