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    Air Quality Notice
    Posted on 08/20/2018

    The air quality forecast has improved, but is still unhealthy for sensitive groups. To protect student health, the district will follow recommendations from the Washington State Department of Health’s Air Pollution and School Activities GuidePDF icon.

    • Keep students with asthma, respiratory infection, and lung disease indoors.
    • Limit PE and recess to light outdoor activities. Allow any student to stay indoors if they don’t want to go outside.
    • Students with asthma, respiratory infection, lung disease, or conditions like diabetes shouldn’t play outdoors. Limit these students to moderate activities. Students with asthma should follow their Asthma Action Plan.
    • Consider moving athletic events and practices indoors and increase rest periods and substitutions to allow for lower breathing rates.

    We will continue to monitor regional air quality forecasts and update recommendations as necessary. To learn more about outdoor air quality, visit the Washington State Department of Health website.

    View the Puget Clean Air Agency air quality forecast.