WeatherBug Weather Stations
8:00 AM Athletics , California Military Institute , Facilities , Heritage High School , Paloma Valley High School , Perris High School , Pinacate Middle SchoolWeatherBug Schools Network. Check out any school site on the District website and you will now see a live link to a WeatherBug on-line weather station. Weather Stations with web-based education software tools have been installed at Perris High School, Heritage High School, Paloma Valley High School, Pinacate Middle School and the California Military Institute.
Weather Station at
Perris High School
PUHSD is very excited about being part of a network of over 8,000 weather stations across the country. The WeatherBug Schools Program is the largest weather and climate sensor network that combines professional-grade weather stations at K-12 schools and universities. The weather stations will be used to enhance the science, technology, and math school curriculum using the WeatherBug Achieve program. Each station records more than 25 weather variables and updates every few seconds. This live, hyper-local weather information is exclusive to Earth Networks, enabling an unmatched view of current conditions.
High heat during the summer and early fall is one of the challenges our athletic programs face. The partnership with the WeatherBug Schools Program will also allow athletic directors and coaches to receive notifications for weather conditions, including the heat index through the StreamerRT tool. The dynamic interface enables users to create notification rules for specific locations. Notifications are sent through visual and audible delivery and delivered to desktop and mobile emails.