All outdoor activities must have approved equipment along with proper guidance to students in order to have a safe learning experience. Due to the impact of this event, we may experience unintentional delays in transportation. However, we are asking that everyone work to remain on schedule with regularly released hours. Operations will be working with all school-based leaders to ensure that proper lighting is available during the timing of the eclipse.
As it relates to outside activities, all after-school and athletic activities will be MOVED INDOORS from 1:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
ECLIPSE INFORMATION SUMMARY
Times: Partial Eclipse Begins: 1:16 pm
Maximum Partial Eclipse: 2:48 pm (lasting 2-3 minutes)
Partial Eclipse Ends: 4:12 pm
Eclipse Magnitude: 92% darkness at max
Look at the sun without proper eye protection.
Look at the sun through a telescope or binoculars.
Look at the sun through sunglasses, smoked glasses, or welder’s glasses.
Look at the sun through a camera/smart phone.
WARNING: Do not allow anyone to look at the sun without proper eye protection. Regular sunglasses are not strong enough to be used during an eclipse. The human eye can be severely damaged from looking directly at the sun, even when it is partially eclipsed.