CT boy with flu died after visiting Buffalo for hockey tournament

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Macedo said that school officials have no further details "but I wanted to let you know what happened as soon as we could". "Nico was a great kid with a great smile and he will be missed greatly". He loved sports, especially gathering up his friends to play football at recess, and was a devoted hockey player and teammate. "We're really going to miss him and remember him very fondly". He added Nico, who each day right before dismissal, would be the voice for the school's afternoon announcements.

"What we do not know, however, is if the flu caused Nico's passing", he wrote in a letter to the school community. He was taken to a hospital and diagnosed with the flu.

The flu is now widespread in every state except Hawaii, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Additionally, anyone experiencing signs and symptoms of the Flu should seek medical advice from a physician, and please do not send your child to school if he/she is not feeling well. These efforts will continue throughout the Influenza season. The CDC plans to meet about the flu outbreak across the country on Tuesday.

"It was hard for us to sing the hymns even because we were so affected by this, so broken up".

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As parents, it is our hard responsibility to have a dialogue with our children about challenging topics such as the loss, death, and grief.

If you or a child is sick do not go to school or work, because that could spread a virus. In the days ahead, let us be bolstered by the love and compassion we share for each other.

The superintendent also met with clinical team members from across the district on Monday to discuss the next steps for the district to support students and staff. Luizzi has also been in touch with the Mallozzi family and said the district is doing what they can to support them during this time.