CORONADO, Calif. (KGTV) - Monday afternoon, Coronado Unified School District announced that they will be implementing minimum day schedules Tuesday due to a heat advisory.
The announcement means that all students will report to school at their regular times, but the school day will end at 12:30 p.m.
Schools within the Coronado School District were also closed Monday due to high temperatures in San Diego County.
District officials said Oct. 23 was declared a "Full Release Day" as a heat wave is expected to scorch the region. The "Full Release Day" declaration means students cannot attend classes.
Officials will monitor weather conditions for the rest of the week and inform families of any weather-related plans on their website http://coronadousd.net/