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  • Hawthorne Elementary School
  • Sweet Home, OR
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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I have witnessed the negative impacts of an overly warm classroom without air conditioning, especially with the addition of masks. Studies show that high classroom temperatures, as well as low classroom temps, can affect a student's ability to learn and function. ... Room temperatures were set at 72, 80, and 64 degrees F. The outcome showed that in an environment with temperatures of 80 or 64 degrees, memory was impacted negatively. Thank you for any donation for large or small. I look forward to being able to provide a climate-controlled environment where my students can concentrate and learn to their highest potential.

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I have witnessed the negative impacts of an overly warm classroom without air conditioning, especially with the addition of masks. Studies show that high classroom temperatures, as well as low classroom temps, can affect a student's ability to learn and function. ... Room temperatures were set at 72, 80, and 64 degrees F. The outcome showed that in an environment with temperatures of 80 or 64 degrees, memory was impacted negatively. Thank you for any donation for large or small. I look forward to being able to provide a climate-controlled environment where my students can concentrate and learn to their highest potential.

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