Coronado schools closed Monday due to excessive heat, early release day expected Tuesday

CORONADO (KUSI) — 10/23/2017 — The Coronado Unified School District announced an early release day for Tuesday, Oct. 24 due to extremely high temperatures. 

"With temperatures reaching their max in the afternoon (after 1 p.m.), I am declaring Tuesday, October 24th to be a Minimum Day. This means that all students should report to school at their regular time, but the day will end for all schools at 12:30 p.m.," wrote Superintendent Karl Mueller.

A Heat Release event will be declared before 7:00 p.m. for the following day so that families may prepare.

This heat advisory is for the following schools: 

  • Coronado High School
  • Coronado Middle School
  • Village Elementary School
  • Silver Strand Elementary School
  • Palm Academy
  • Coronado School of the Arts
  • Crown Preschool

10/22/2017 — Schools in the Coronado Unified School District will be closed Monday due to the high temperatures that are expected throughout San Diego County.

Superintendent Karl Mueller declared a Full Release Day on Monday, October 23 in a statement on the school districts website. A Full Release Day means no students will be in attendance.

"We will continue to monitor the temperatures for the remainder of the week and communicate decisions as quickly as possible for planning and transportation,"  district officials said.

For complete information on the Coronado Unified School District Heat Release Guidelines, go to .

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