Justin L. Mack Indianapolis Star Published 12:46 PM EST Jan 28, 2019 A burst of record-breaking cold is targeting Central Indiana this week, and Hoosiers are already making plans to cope with the bitter conditions. But is the threat of high temperatures that still come in below zero and wind chills as low as -26 degrees enough for local schools to call off classes? Indianapolis Public Schools spokeswoman Carrie Cline Black Local said the decision isn’t as simple as just looking at the forecast and saying yea or nay. Trump on Twitter: Here’s why President Trump was tweeting support for an Indiana Bible bill Carmel schools leader taking it slow: Carmel Schools new superintendent says no to high-ability change, slows pending decisions “On a specific morning or in a window of time that we’re looking at, conditions could be different in multiple parts of our district,” Black said. ”So it is not an exact science, but we do take it very seriously and we do make the decision that’s in the best interest of the majority of our students and our families.” Black said the district doesn’t operate with a hard-set temperature cutoff to determine a delay or cancellation. Instead, officials consult the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s… Read full this story
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