Ok I was approached by my DD second grade teacher on doing a hatch project for the kids in the classroom. I agreed to it lent them one of our bators and candlers and tossed in a dozen eggs. Well Friday was lockdown and this whole weekend I have been sitting here worrying that the humidity levels are holding and that the temp is good,I will say this though my 8 yr old and I have done all the work on making sure everything is regulated and so on. I thought the teacher was going to do it so I typed her up a hatching guide and the teacher has done nothing other than threaten kids with detention if they mess with the bator. I have spent more time in my dd's classroom over the past 3 weeks I will be so happy when this is over because honestly this whole ordeal has been one of stress! Ok enough ranting down to my question They turn the heaters/ac off over the weekend but I set the incubator up on a Friday and let it regulate itself over the weekend and it has held steady at 100 degrees which I am fine with because it is a still air bator and our last hatch here at home was a 100% so I have some faith in it lol! My main concern is the humidity I bumped it to 70% Friday and waited around the classroom for an hour to make sure it was holding which it was!! I even printed out a paper saying Caution do NOT open us up we are trying to hatch and we are in lockdown if you open us up and you risk killing us !! I am hoping like heck that these eggs hatch but am I overworrying myself?