PARMA, Ohio – School officials at the Academy’s Parma Campus Summit announced the facility’s temporary closure as a precautionary measure after villains found at school.
The campus, located at 5868 Stumph Road in Parma, will be closed while crew work to disinfect school. Officials said that the school will resume on December 10th.
A school spokesman released the following statement:
In an abundance of caution, the Summit Academy – Para campus at 5868 Stumph Rd Parma, OH closed, starting on Thursday, December 6, 2018, due to exposure to scabies. We close the school to clean our premises so we can open on December 10, 2018. A scabbard look is common in schools, and while the closure is not required by public health personnel, school management and staff considered that it was a necessary step to promote safety and cleanliness as well as prevent spreading among children and staff.
Scabies are an infestation of the skin caused by microscopic mites that dig under the skin to live and lay eggs, according to the centers of Disease Control and Prevention.
More information about scabies can be found here.