Today was a record...the worst summer day in Weston Middle School history. It was 98 degrees and sunny in Weston, but no one could enjoy the weather. Four schools were shut down in the area, accept for ours. It was chaos.
The lights were shut off, as well as the electronics in the school, for the air conditioning was conveniently broken. But alas, nothing was able to keep the temperature down. 300 kids had entered and stayed in the nurses office, but were moved into the band room. That was in less than two hours. After one hour had passed, 40 kids had been sent home. Before long, the troubles were past dehydration and on to actual sickness.
An ambulance parked in front of the school and everyone panicked. Students were vomiting and dry-heaving, some even fainting. By the time notes were taken by the EMT's, release forms were signed. The extremely sick kids had to sign or go to the hospital. Luckily, there were only three: a diabetic, and two average girls. One of them was me.
Now over 600 kids are left in a boiling and crammed building, not knowing what will happen. the only way for them to know is to wait and see.
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