Hi I have lunch duty (again) and was wondering in NJ, what is the max and min temperature for sending students outside? Example, today we were outside even though it was about 93 degrees out. I ask because when winter hits, we still go out even when its in the low to mid 30's. we seem to go outside whether its 34 degrees or 95 degrees. I was sick more than often last year because of being told to send the students outside in the frigid cold. My issue is this fair practice? I dont see how placing the same people in lunch duty year after year is not warrant for some kind of grievance. We brought up the option of making a 1/2 year rotating duty but my vp says it doesn't work with schedules (i think it not true bc we have people on hall duty we can rotate in.) My concern is also that there is 3 teachers outside with about 270 kids, which is almost 100 kids/1 teacher. Is there a ratio it has to be? Also, we are all men, so any potential fight with female students we are put in a precarious spot. I love the people I work with, but factoring in how everyone can do work while on hall duty, it comes to 3 hours/wk they get as a bonus.