CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — A school district in Cumberland County has announced that some elementary and middle schools in their district will be having a weather-related remote learning day for students on Tuesday, Sept. 5.

According to a statement from the West Shore School District superintendent Todd. B. Stoltz, due to the forecasted temperatures and anticipated humidity in some of the buildings, the following schools will have a remote learning day.

  • Elementary Schools: Fairview, Fishing Creek, and Newberry
  • Middle Schools: Allen and New Cumberland

The district said that students who attend the above schools will be learning from home with a modified schedule with teacher-led, online Zoom classes.

The statement goes on to say that on Tuesday, the district will assess the conditions to make a determination at that time whether to reopen schools that do not have air conditioning for the remainder of the week or if the district plans to continue the remote learning.

To read the full statement from the West Shore School District, click here.