Classroom Being Decontaminated after Rare Illness Found
YAKIMA, Wash -- A Davis High School classroom is being decontaminated after a teacher came down with a rare illness.
School health officials say a special education teacher tested positive for a fecal oral illness known as - C-Diff. Four students in the special education class have been sent home for two days while the classroom is being cleaned. One student has been tested as well.
Parents and students at Davis shouldn't worry -- according to school administrators, this is an isolated case, and there is not a larger outbreak.