Twelve students were treated for possibly heat-related symptoms at McClintock Middle School in Charlotte on Thursday, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials said.
Medic took two of the students to the hospital as a precaution at their parents’ request, CMS spokeswoman Vicki Grooms said.
The students reported feeling dizzy and lightheaded; one student fainted, Grooms said.
McClintock Middle is on Rama Road, off Monroe Road in southeast Charlotte.
The school day continued as normal, and all scheduled events will go on as planned, McHugh said.
“We are working to determine the exact cause of the illness,” Grooms said at about 3:30 p.m. “At this time, it appears to be heat-related due to warmer temperatures. CMS facilities crews will continue to check the school building this evening.”
Dismissal proceeded as normal, and after-school activities will take place as scheduled, including the “Annie” production, Grooms said.