We had a student sent home at the end of the day yesterday with a suspected case of fifth disease. This was confirmed first thing this morning. The five (!) pregnant teachers on staff (2 of whom had only just told admin about their pregnancies) were quickly hustled out of the building to go to their doctors for blood tests and advice. Several of us without homerooms were quickly pulled from our regular support roles and re-deployed to cover. I was the lucky one--I spent most of my day in the library reading stories and supervising book exchange. Any of our teachers who aren't able to return to the school until the outbreak is over will be temporarily reassigned to another school and we will, hopefully, have supply teachers to cover their positions. I'm just wondering how your schools handle this?