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Toronto Heat Advisory

Monday, September 25, 2017
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB

Environment Canada has issued a Heat Advisory for the City of Toronto, which is expected to continue into Tuesday and Wednesday, but cool off for the remainder of the week. Across the TDSB’s 584 schools, approximately 125 schools are fully air conditioned, some are partially air conditioned, while others have no air conditioning. In response to the continued hot weather, there are a number of actions that schools and staff are taking to manage the heat and keep schools, classrooms and students as cool as possible, including:

• Using fans to provide air movement, where possible. 

• Keeping lights and computers turned off (when possible), keeping doors and windows open, rotating students into air conditioned areas in the school throughout the day, such as the library, if possible.

Reducing strenuous activities such as some gym activities.

Students with particular susceptibility to heat or medical concerns are encouraged to speak with staff and we will do our best to accommodate during warmer days. 

For more information about Heat Warnings and additional resources, please visit the City of Toronto’s Heat Warning website

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