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Air Quality Info

Air Quality Information

The Clovis Unified School District monitors the air quality on an hourly basis, when the air quality reaches “purple” all outdoor activities are stopped.

  • Do I attend Practice on “Purple” Air Days?

Yes, during “purple” air quality we will meet for practice during our regular scheduled times and locations. Coaches will do indoor activities such as dry land, goal setting etc.

  • Check the Air Quality on the Hour

New air quality information is released on the hour every hour, parent’s will be advised to check the air quality, if the air quality remains “purple” than practice will be cancelled for the remainder of the day.

For air quality notifications sign-up online to receive alerts every hour http://www.valleyair.org/lists/list.htm

See below for a description of air quality levels.

Index Values

Air Quality
(Color Description)

Health Cautionary Statement

Over 300

Hazardous
Deep Purple

No activity outside - remain indoors. "Emergency Episode."

201-300

Health Advisory
Purple

All outdoor activities will stop. Indoor activities may continue in a closed environment.

151-200

Unhealthy Air Quality
Red

All students and adults should be cautious and curtail outdoor activities and avoid any prolonged exertion. Students and adults with history of respiratory disease such as asthma/heart disease, will participate only in activities that can be conducted indoors.

101-150

Unhealthy for
Sensitive Groups

Orange

Students and adults with respiratory diseases, such as asthma and heart disease, should not participate in any activity that would cause high levels of exertion. All other students and adults should limit outdoor activities.

51-100

Moderate
Light Yellow

Students and adults with history of extremely sensitive respiratory diseases, such as asthma, should consider limiting prolonged outdoor exertion.

0-50

Good
Green

None

 

  • If you are interested in more information about the Air Quality Index (AQI), click here.
  • Example Below: the colors on the map correspond to the color of the school flag for your county.