Fifteen Minneapolis schools will move to distance learning this week due to the extreme heat that is prolonging in the state.
Minneapolis Public Schools made the announcement Monday afternoon, saying students will attend class virtually between Tuesday and Thursday at the 15 schools, which were selected "based on the level of air conditioning in the school."
It comes with temperatures in the mid-90s expected to continue throughout the week, with only Friday offering the potential for a break from the sun, with some storms forecast.
These are the schools that will move to distance learning from Tuesday to Thursday of this week:
- Bryn Mawr
- Lake Harriet Upper