Dayton (WA) Sch. Dist.
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News Release
Student Safety - Air Quality - 09/05/17

The Dayton School District is monitoring the air quality index available through a variety of resources. During times when the air quality index indicates it is unhealthy to be outside for extended periods of times the District keeps Physical Education classes and elementary recess indoors- especially for those who may be sensitive to poor air quality. If as a parent you have any specific concerns please contact the building office or your child's teacher for more information. It is important to make sure all of your child's medical records are current and if your child uses an inhaler they bring it to school and use as necessary.

At this time athletic teams who play outside will still practice. Should the air quality become worse we would review the situation and take any actions necessary to provide a safe environment for our students. If a parent has any concerns they should contact the Principal/Athletic Director Mr. Shaber or your child's coach. Again, students who are sensitive should take precautions as necessary.

The District is hopeful the forecast for improving air quality later today happens.

Thank you for your patience during this time.