FRAMINGHAM (CBS) – Public schools in Framingham and Lawrence will be released early Wednesday because of the heat.

“Because the current heat wave is not expected to break before the end of this week and some of our schools cannot lower their temperature to a safe level, we are going to have an early release day tomorrow, Wednesday, September 9th,” the Framingham school district said.

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WBZ-TV Meteorologist Barry Burbank says the temperature is expected to exceed 90 degrees in Framingham Wednesday afternoon.

Framingham High School students will be released at 10:50 AM.

Check: WBZ Weather

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Middle Schools and McCarthy School will release students at 11:25 AM. Elementary Schools will release at either 12:05 or 12:15 PM, except for King School that will release its students at 12:30 PM. BLOCKS pre-school will have an AM session only and release at its normal dismissal time of 10:55 AM.

After school day care will be provided only at the King and Wilson Elementary Schools.

High school athletic and evening programming will continue as scheduled.

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In Lawrence, there will be no Pre-K or kindergarten. All other students will be released at 11:30 AM or 12:30 PM. CLICK HERE for Lawrence dismissal times.