As the federal government prepares to release its recommendations for schools during flu season, The Takeaway talks to two workers on the front lines of the war on the flu. Ryan Kelley is the emergency medical services manager for the Imperial County Public Health Department in El Centro, California. He closed four schools last April because of confirmed swine flu cases, but is expecting a different approach during the upcoming school year. Kathleen Murphy is the health services coordinator for the Milwaukee Public Schools in Wisconsin. In addition to being in charge of Milwaukee's public school health services, Kathleen is also a nurse. Wisconsin was hit particularly hard with the H1N1 flu and the problem hasn't ebbed with the summer.