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  • Gusty winds prompt health caution
    Blowing dust poses potential health concern Valley-wide 

    The potential for blowing dust as a result of gusty winds has prompted local air pollution officials to issue a health cautionary statement effective Thursday afternoon through Saturday morning for San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and the Valley portion of Kern County.

    A low-pressure system is moving into the region today with strong to gusty winds. The windy conditions will cause localized blowing dust in areas where soils are exceptionally dry and create unhealthy concentrations of particulate matter 10 microns and smaller (PM10). Exposure to particulate pollution can cause serious health problems, aggravate lung disease, trigger asthma attacks and bronchitis, and increase risk of respiratory infections.

    Where conditions warrant, people with heart or lung disease should follow their doctors’ advice for dealing with episodes of particulate exposure. Additionally, older adults and children should avoid prolonged exposure or heavy exertion, depending on their local conditions.

    For more information, visit www.valleyair.org or call a District office in Fresno (559-230-6000), Modesto (209-557-6400) or Bakersfield (661-392-5500).

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    Health Services is introducing this website to inform you of how we can help your child in the school setting as well as offer community resources for you and your family. You can also find forms needed for your child and Immunization requirements needed for school entry. If you are an SUSD employee, you can find information on CPR certification classes and TB clinics.

    Our mission is to diligently pursue through all avenues the education, training, and services that will lead to each student's attainment of optimal health to achieve his/her highest potential as a learner.


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