The students and staff at Innis Elementary School in Columbus are dealing with not having air conditioning as temperatures rise.
The AC unit at the school building on Kohr Boulevard has a broken compressor.
A Columbus City Schools spokesman said they hope to get the issue fixed as soon as possible, but that will not happen before the last day of school on May 31.
The repair will cost around $25,000 to complete.
Staff members are using fans, water breaks and extra outside time for students to deal with the heat.
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