Boston, Massachusetts 2021-06-08 05:55:59 –
Boston (WHDH)-The local school district chooses to dismiss students early because the high temperatures create unwanted building conditions.
Worcester students went to the beach instead of books after the school district released the books early Monday morning.
“It’s very difficult to learn, especially in this heat,” said student Liana Herrera, enjoying the beach.
Worcester Public School is also planning to leave students three hours early on Tuesday in the heat of the heat.
According to school officials, under the guidance of COVID-19, fountains in all schools are not allowed to be used and many schools are not air-conditioned.
Some wonder why students aren’t going back to distance learning when it’s too hot to stay in the classroom.
According to Maureen Vinienda, the state does not allow distance learning credits if students have already returned face-to-face.
“It’s not allowed. The Secretary of Education said there was no more remote location,” she said. “You need to add time to the grade, which can mean days.”
Parent Angel Reyes says students go to school rather directly, even if that means increasing grades.
“I would like to use a longer remote control to get these kids to actually sit in front of the computer, because the remote control is terrible for them.”
Herrera said, “I do it remotely because I’m still at home at the end of the day and I don’t want to spend extra time in the grade.”
Worcester Public School will return to a day’s study on Wednesday.
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