Plans are in place for Deerfield Public Schools District 109 students to be in air conditioned classrooms most of the day Tuesday in anticipation of excessive heat and humidity, according to an email from the District.
Parents should take children to their normal school at the usual starting time Tuesday and pick them up there at the end of the day, according to District Communications Director Cathy Kedjidjian.
“We are in session tomorrow, but adjusting schedules to move students who are in non-air conditioned buildings into cooler spaces,” Kedjidjian said in the email. She said the District would move the students about as necessary.
For a detailed description of the plan, see Superintendent Michael Lubelfeld's blog on the District website.
Schedules were adjusted in August when the temperature and humidity were deemed too hot for the students.
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