A Pennsylvania faculty district says youngsters will not be let outdoors for recess through the Aug. 21 photo voltaic eclipse due to the potential hurt to college students who take a look at the solar.
The Cumberland Valley Faculty District despatched a letter to oldsters Monday saying the choice was made after consulting the district’s doctor.
The letter says district officers acknowledge that the chance to view an eclipse is uncommon, however the security of scholars is extra essential.
NASA officers advocate viewing the eclipse via specifically-made glasses to stop eye injury.
Central Pennsylvania will see a partial eclipse subsequent Monday someday between 1 p.m. and four p.m. Japanese Daylight Time.