Bossier asks parents to help students stay hydrated

District suggests sending an extra bottle or two of water with their children for the bus ride home

Bossier asks parents to help students stay hydrated
Bossier School District suggests that parents, guardians send an extra bottle or two of water to school to help keep their children hydrated on the bus ride home. (Source: WTVM)

(KSLA) — An excessive heat warning is in effect until 7 p.m. Monday.

That means the heat index, or “feels like” temperatures, could exceed 110 degrees in the shade.

So Bossier School District is asking students’ parents and guardians to send an extra bottle or two of water to school with their children Monday morning for their ride home on the bus that afternoon.

“Hydration is critical, and everyone needs to be drinking more water than usual,” says a post on the School District’s Facebook page.

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