Day 175: Snow Day

“A snow day in the United States and Canada is a day that school classes are cancelled or delayed by snow, heavy ice, or extremely low temperatures. Similar measures occur in response to flooding, tornado watches, and severe weather (storms, hurricanes, dense fog, heavy snow, etc.). The criterion for a snow day is primarily the inability of school buses to operate safely on their routes and danger to children who walk to school. Often, the school remains officially open even though buses do not run and classes are canceled.” To read more click here

14 thoughts on “Day 175: Snow Day

  1. You couldn’t pay me enough money to drive a school bus with that responsibility. And people always complain here that kids could have gone on certain days. But this is a rural area with kids on back country roads, and I’m glad that safety comes first.

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