Inside at least one St. Paul Public Schools building Tuesday, it was hotter than it was outdoors.
Two-thirds of district schools have no air conditioning, prompting officials to deliver hundreds of fans and thousands of water bottles.
We did it! We topped 100° in my #CHCougars classroom.— Mark J. Westpfahl (@MarkJWestpfahl) May 29, 2018
I'm not sweating anymore.
I'm light headed.
I have a headache.
All the classic signs of heat exhaustion.
Imagine what my my pregnan & nursing colleagues are going through & of course my students, esp, those observing #Ramadan pic.twitter.com/NE0fdd6PD7