• Outside Activity Guidelines

    Weather Information

     

    Wind Chill Index or Temperature

    50˚F or above

     

    Wind Chill Index or Temperature

    33˚ to 49˚F

     

    Wind Chill Index or Temperature

    32˚F or below

     

    Outside Activities

     

    • Students can comfortably play outside for 30 minutes.
    • Offer breaks for rest as needed

     

     

    Outside Activities

     

    • Allow students to rest in an area where the wind is blocked as needed
    • Be cautious and allow student to go indoors if they become wet and chilled
    • Take student complaints of cold symptoms seriously

     

     

     

    No Outdoor Activity

     

    Air Quality Guide for Ozone

    Air Quality Index

     

    Good (0-50)

    No health impacts are expected when air quality is in this range.

    Moderate (51-100)

    Unusually sensitive people should consider limiting prolonged outdoor exertion (refer to the student’s individualized health plan).

    Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups (101-150)

    Students with asthma or other lung disease should limit prolonged outdoor exertion (refer to the student’s individualized health care plan).

    Unhealthy (151-200)

    Students with asthma or other lung disease should avoid prolonged outdoor exertion. All students should limit prolonged activity.

    Very Unhealthy (201-300)

    Students with asthma or other lung disease you should stay inside and avoid outdoor exertion. All students should limit outdoor exertion.

     

    Heat Index or Temperature

    89˚F or below

     

    Heat Index or Temperature

    90˚ to 99˚F

     

    Heat Index or Temperature of 100˚ or greater

     

    Outside Activities

     

    • Students can comfortably play outside for 30 minutes.
    • Offer water breaks and shade.

     

     

    Outside Activities

     

    • Allow students to rest in the shade
    • Encourage students to drink water prior to activity and every 15 minutes during the activity
    • Take student complaints of heat symptoms seriously

     

     

     

    No Outdoor Activity

     

    Please contact your School Nurse for further information.