In Tyumen schools, classes for students in grades 1-4 will be canceled at temperatures below -25 degrees and wind speeds of more than 2 m/s. Students in grades 1-11 will not attend classes in temperatures below -40. This was reported to the city administration.
“Until March 15 inclusive, Tyumen residents will receive information every day about whether school classes are canceled due to climate conditions. Information is posted from Monday to Saturday twice a day (about 6:20 for the first shift, 10:50 for the second),” the mayor’s office said. You can find out about activations on the city hall’s website or in its official groups on social networks.
Students in grades 1-4 will also have their classes canceled if the temperature is below -30 degrees and the wind speed is less than 2 m/s. Activated days for schoolchildren in grades 1-9 will occur at temperatures below -30 and wind speeds of more than 2 m/s and below -35 degrees with light winds.