Students in one Pennsylvania school district will not be allowed outside during next week's eclipse.
Cumberland Valley School District spokeswoman Tracy Panzer describes the dilemma they faced. The district is canceling afternoon recess and keeping kids indoors next Monday so they don't get hurt by looking at sun.
The decision was made after consulting with a district physician. The school district said it will educate students on proper safety protocols when walking to and from classes, and when boarding the buses to depart school.
NASA says the best way to view the eclipse is through specially made glasses to prevent eye damage.
Source: ABC 27