CINCINNATI -- All schools in the Forest Hills School District will dismiss two hours early Wednesday due to predicted high heat and humidity.
Morning kindergarten and early childhood classes will dismiss at 11:30 a.m. There will be no afternoon kindergarten and early childhood classes.
School officials ask that parents and students check foresthills.edu for updates and more information.
Schools in the Forest Hills district include:
- Anderson High School
- Ayer Elementary
- Maddux Elementary
- Mercer Elementary
- Nagel Middle School
- Sherwood Elementary
- Summit Elementary
- Turpin High School
- Wilson Elementary
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