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  • District Extreme Heat Protocol

    The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority. Exposure to excessive heat can cause heat-related illness. Therefore, when outside temperatures are forecasted (The National Weather Service) to reach or exceed 85℉ and/or a heat index of 90℉ or higher is projected for one or more days, the District will monitor the temperatures inside each school facility to inform decisions to protect the health and safety of students and staff.  The District will determine if a temporary shift to remote learning or other action is necessary. 

    The District will make the decision and communicate as early as possible to minimize last-minute disruptions for students, families and staff. The buildings that will be affected by this protocol are listed below.



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