Hot weather prompts schools without a/c to alter schedules

Some Baltimore City schools will close or dismiss early Tuesday due to forecasted hot temperatures.The district said the schools listed below will close or have early dismissal on extremely hot days, or that feel warmer due to a combination of heat and humidity. Schools not listed below have air-conditioning.Go to the school’s profile page to find its dismissal time.These schools will be closed for in-person learning on extremely hot days:Baltimore City CollegeBenjamin Franklin High School at Masonville CoveCity Springs Elementary/Middle SchoolCollington Square Elementary/Middle SchoolCross Country Elementary/Middle SchoolCurtis Bay Elementary/Middle SchoolElementary Middle Alternative Program @ PDCEutaw-Marshburn Elementary SchoolFranklin Square Elementary/Middle SchoolFurley Elementary SchoolHarlem Park Elementary/Middle SchoolJohnston Square Elementary SchoolMontebello Elementary/Middle School @ PDCNational Academy FoundationNew Era AcademyVanguard Collegiate Middle SchoolWindsor Hills Elementary/Middle SchoolYorkwood Elementary SchoolThe Mount Washington School (lower building)Schools with air conditioning that is currently under repair and will close for in-person learning on extremely hot days include:Westport AcademyNorth Bend Elementary/Middle SchoolAcademy for College and Career ExplorationIndependence School Local I High SchoolThe district does not plan to install air-conditioning for the following schools and alternative programs because their buildings are not owned by the district:Empowerment Academy

Some Baltimore City schools will close or dismiss early Tuesday due to forecasted hot temperatures.

The district said the schools listed below will close or have early dismissal on extremely hot days, or that feel warmer due to a combination of heat and humidity. Schools not listed below have air-conditioning.

Go to the school’s profile page to find its dismissal time.

These schools will be closed for in-person learning on extremely hot days:

  • Baltimore City College
  • Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove
  • City Springs Elementary/Middle School
  • Collington Square Elementary/Middle School
  • Cross Country Elementary/Middle School
  • Curtis Bay Elementary/Middle School
  • Elementary Middle Alternative Program @ PDC
  • Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School
  • Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
  • Furley Elementary School
  • Harlem Park Elementary/Middle School
  • Johnston Square Elementary School
  • Montebello Elementary/Middle School @ PDC
  • National Academy Foundation
  • New Era Academy
  • Vanguard Collegiate Middle School
  • Windsor Hills Elementary/Middle School
  • Yorkwood Elementary School
  • The Mount Washington School (lower building)

Schools with air conditioning that is currently under repair and will close for in-person learning on extremely hot days include:

  • Westport Academy
  • North Bend Elementary/Middle School
  • Academy for College and Career Exploration
  • Independence School Local I High School

The district does not plan to install air-conditioning for the following schools and alternative programs because their buildings are not owned by the district: