According to the guidelines, outdoor activities when the heat index is 95-100 degrees are considered high risk. If the heat index is 101 degrees or above, those activities are considered extreme risk.
“Note that full sun exposure can increase the heat index by as much as 15 degrees,” the district wrote in bold letters in the policy.
Justin Miller, an attorney and spokesman for the family, has said they are considering a lawsuit against Clayton Schools because the district has not been forthcoming on why students were doing conditioning drills in 100-degree heat. They also want to know more about the coaching staff that day and the county's policies on exercising in extreme conditions.
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT: READ CLAYTON’S POLICY