Aug 13, 2015

Hawaii schools consider 'heat days' during scorching year

HONOLULU (AP) — In her 90-degree classroom, Hawaii teacher Sharon Nichols is so desperate to keep her third-graders cool that she walks around the classroom spritzing them with ice water. Like virtually all schools in the normally temperate state, her building lacks air conditioning, and that's been fine in the past. But Nichols and other Hawaii teachers say it's been so hot this year that...

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