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School to reopen after dangerous infection

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Classes at Cathedral Catholic High School in Carmel Valley are set to resume Monday morning.

The school has been closed since Thursday, after administrators learned a student had a possible case of MRSA, a dangerous, drug resistant staph infection.

The campus was shut down as a precaution, so maintenance crews could clean and sanitize the facilities.

All weekend on-campus activities were canceled or rescheduled.

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