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  • Heat schedule to begin on Wednesday

    FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT: As I visited the schools today, teachers were teaching and students were learning. However, it became abundantly clear as the day went on, increasing temperatures will take a toll on our students and staff at our non-air-conditioned schools. We have put plans in place to begin a heat schedule on Wednesday, September 2nd that will last for the remainder of the week. This hopefully gives our families some extra time to make plans for our children once early dismissal begins on Wednesday.

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  • Sterling Middle School hosts Bradley athletes for College Colors Day

    Bradley athletes helped the students at Sterling Middle School celebrate College Colors Day on Friday, August 28th. Athletes visited with students during their lunch period. Bradley's Dave Snell reports on the experience in his Voice of the Braves report.

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    Temperatures expected to warm up this week

    Following a week of magnificent weather, the local forecast is expected to warm up this week. Temperatures are expected to be as high as the low to mid-nineties, with the warmest day on Thursday. While Peoria Public Schools will maintain a regular schedule this week, we will work to ensure that students and staff remain safe during the warmer weather. We have ordered water to keep in stock in our District warehouse and will keep schools without air conditioning supplied throughout the week. Schools without air conditioning also have a supply of fans and can request additional fans through our Buildings and Grounds Department. Finally, all schools with multiple floors are being encouraged to keep students on the lower floors as much as possible where the building is typically the coolest.

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Did you know...
Since 2010, the State has shorted Peoria Public Schools $18,670,346? With the cumulative unfunded amount, the District's budget deficit would not exist this year.
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