School day will shrink if temperature tops 90BEL AIR...

MARYLAND/REGION BRIEFS

June 15, 1994

BEL AIR — School day will shrink if temperature tops 90

BEL AIR -- Harford County school officials said yesterday that elementary and middle schools will close two hours early every day this week when the temperature tops 90 degrees.

High schools will open two hours late and close on time because students have final exams in the afternoons, said school spokesman Donald R. Morrison.

"We are looking at this on a day-to-day basis," Mr. Morrison said.

Schools will close two hours early Friday, the last day of classes, regardless of the weather.

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