Classes in Macomb are canceled again Friday because of a high number of flu cases in that district.

Classes in Macomb are canceled again Friday because of a high number of flu cases in that district.

Macomb Superintendent Matt Riggs decided to close the school Thursday, Jan. 25, and Friday, Jan. 26, because of the high number of students out for flu and other illnesses.

"We will use this time to disinfect the school and allow our students and staff to get well," Riggs said. "We are aware and take into consideration the strain an abrupt cancellation of school can place on families in our district. We regret any inconvenience this may cause."

And while classes are not in session, extra-curricular activities will continue, and any changes will be announced.

Macomb is located south of Tecumseh.