Progreso High School students deal with lack of air conditioning

Valley Superior University college students say they are now going through two key issues: coronavirus and the Texas warmth.

With temperatures continuing to hit the higher 90s, Progreso Large University college students wanting to escape the heat in the classroom will not experience much reduction as the school’s air conditioning is not functioning.

Progreso Impartial Faculty District Routine maintenance Director Frank Quintero claims when the school turned on the AC process right before the new faculty 12 months, they discovered the halls stayed interesting but the classrooms did not.

“It is really incredibly hot, not terribly incredibly hot, but it truly is heat,” mentioned Quintero. “Relying on the specific temperatures, you come to feel great or not.”

While university officials say they are working to fix the situation, they say it will get time.