Constantine High School temporarily closed for widespread illness
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Mich. – Constantine High School has announced a temporary closing in an attempt to contain a widespread illness at the school.
Constantine has decided to close after a recommendation from the St. Joseph County Health Department.
The closure will be effective on Monday and Tuesday and classes will resume on Wednesday, January 29.
The high school says this will affect all sports, student activities and extracurricular activities on top of classes and normal school operations.
Constantine has not commented on the specific illness being contained.