Lincoln County Schools Superintendent Karen Hatter says public health officials have confirmed -- there is no link between food served at Stanford Elementary School, and children who became ill with E coli. Hatter says she participated in a conference call to get the latest on the situation, and food specimens submitted to the state public health lab did not reveal E coli. She also says medical officials have concluded -- there is no ongoing risk of infection the public. She adds there have been no other cases of E coli confirmed in the community since April 23rd. However, Hatter says as a precautionary measure, district officials and local health providers will continue to closely monitor the situation until the end of the school year. Two students who were sicked with ecoli had to be hospitalized.