Those of you who had classes cancelled yesterday can enjoy a second afternoon off, as the teachers involved are either a. very busy in the medlab, b. unconscious in the medlab, or c. deserve a day off themselves. In fact, if you see any of those who fall into that third category out and around in the halls doing anything that looks like work, either a. rat on them to me, or b. follow them around giving them stern looks until they remember they're supposed to be taking the day off.
All right, so I didn't get much in the way of sleep last night myself... bear with me.
I'll have to let you all know when the above-mentioned classes will resume. It may be a while yet for some of them. Possibly even next week.
I'll also ask you all to avoid medlab, except in case of emergency. We have a large number of guests at the moment. Some of them will be leaving this afternoon - don't be alarmed when the helicopter lands on the lawn, by the way - but others will be staying for a while longer. Most of them are in medlab right now, which is why the doctors have their hands rather full. The guests who will be staying are mostly between the ages of ten and fourteen, so once they're up and around I hope you students will help make them feel welcome.
I just wanted to second Maddie's thanks to the medlab helpers, and also to those who brought down food to the medlab yesterday. Our dedicated medical staff sometimes doesn't stop to remember little things like food, after all...