Hazardous Air Forces Changes

The air is listed as unhealthy or even hazardous in our area due to the thick smoke that may be around for the next few days. These conditions have led to further changes for our schools and libraries.

Both Deer Park and Riverside Schools are canceling onsite classes for Monday, September 14th, and possibly beyond. The smoke has also affected Library curbside services. Health experts recommended that everyone stay inside as much as possible to avoid breathing in the particles carried in the smoke.

For more information check with the schools and libraries at:

For more information about the risks that smokey air brings, see our previous article: Fresh Air at DPGazette.com/2019/08/breathing-fresh-air

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