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Sizzling?! How hot is your class? (survey)

Nathan Gomez, 2, right, learns to mimic his older brother, Matthew Gomez, 9, left, as they use their heads to fling water in the air while playing at the water fountain at Grand Park. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

The Los Angeles Unified School District put out a heat advisory on Tuesday, warning schools to consider moving students to cooler classes or rooms if temperatures in their classroom exceed 91 degrees. We are interested in hearing from you: How hot is your class? A reporter may contact you for more information.


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