Heat won't be an issue in the new middle school, which will be equipped with a geothermal heating and cooling system.
Keeping students safe from the heat doesn't stop being a concern once the final bell rings. Student athletes also have had to work their schedules around the sun and humidity.
"We're certainly aware of the heat and trying to make adjustments," Clinton Activities Director Gary Lueders said.
The heat has directly impacted two high school cross country meets as well as middle school football and volleyball games that had to be postponed and rescheduled.
While most athletic practices go on as planned at the high school level, coaches and players adjust their routines for the heat including altering what they wear, how frequently water breaks happen as well as what time and at what location practice is held.
Gym class activities also get bumped to air-conditioned areas if possible.
"The officials and coaches monitor that the students are hydrated and we're lucky to have a certified athletic trainer watching closely for any heat-related illness," Lueders said.