Heat Prompts Short Tuesday at Some San Diego Schools


It was a hot day for students returning to their first day of class in the San Diego Unified School District today and with more heat in the forecast, officials have decided to kick in its hot weather plan.

More than 50 schools will operate under a minimum day tomorrow.

The modified day can affect schools that are unable to provide air-conditioning for students when the forecast calls for temperatures of 95 degrees or higher with a heat index of 103 degrees or higher.  

The National Weather Service says we can expect temperatures up to 90 degrees near the coast and triple digits inland and in desert areas. 

The following schools will be on a minimum day schedule Tuesday, August 29th. 

Adams Elementary

Alcott Elementary

Baker Elementary

Balboa Elementary

Barnard Elementary

Bay Park Elementary

Birney Elementary

Cabrillo Elementary

Cadman Elementary

Carson Elementary

Challenger Middle

Chavez Elementary

Chesterton Elementary

Clairemont High School

Clark Middle

Crown Point Elementary

Cubberly Elementary

Dana Elementary

Dewey Elementary

Edison Elementary

Emerson-Bandini Elementary

Euclid Elementary

Fletcher Elementary

Florence Elementary

Grant K-8

Jefferson Elementary

John Muir 

Jones Elementary

Juarez Elementary

Kearny High School

Kimbrough Elementary

Linda Vista Elementary

Lindbergh Schweitzer Elementary

Longfellow Elementary

Marcy

Marston Middle

McKinley Elementary

Memorial Prep

Mission Bay High School

Montgomery Middle

Mt. Everest Academy

Ocean Beach Elementary

Pacific Beach Elementary

Pacific Beach Middle

Perkins K-8

Riley New Dawn

Roosevelt Middle

Ross Elementary

Rowan Elementary

Sessions Elementary

Silvergate Elementary

Sunset View Elementary

Taft Middle

Toler Elementary

TRACE

Wangenheim Middle

Wegeforth Elementary

Whittier School

Wilson Middle

For details on the school district's hot weather policy, click HERE

A determination on Wednesday will be made by noon tomorrow. 

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