Air Quality Monitoring and Response
The Snoqualmie Valley School District works directly with the Washington Department of Health to ensure the safety of our students in response to poor air quality. We are constantly monitoring the outside air quality as provided by the Department of Ecology State of Washington. The widget below is updated in real time by the Department of Ecology. If you have questions about our policy and procedures, please contact Justin May from our Student Services team.
Good Air Index Range 0-50 Moderate Air Index Range 51-100
Unhealthy (Sensitive Groups) Air Index Range 101-150 Unhealthy Air Index Range 151-200 Hazardous Air Index Range +200
SVSD Response To Poor Air Quality
The district monitors the Air Quality Index daily. Based on the guidance and recommendations from the Washington Department of Health, our district begins responding to the air quality when it reaches 51 or over. The district makes accommodations for Recess, P.E., athletic practices, and competitions. For a detailed breakdown of the district's response for each category, please see the DOH document below. To request this document in another format, call 1-800-525-0127. Deaf or hard of hearing customers, please call 711 (Washington Relay) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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