One look at some of the major roads around town might be enough to make kids start getting their homework ready for tomorrow, but it's the side streets that are keeping them home for at least one more day. That has 3rd grade teacher Amy Reneer concerned about so much time away from school. "It's definitely a hard time adjusting, not just for the kids, but for everybody," Reneer said.
However, she agrees one look past her driveway makes it clear that closing school was the right decision. "It's definitely not the best situation. I think the best thing for everybody is just to make sure they're safe. I think it's definitely a good call just because the side roads are definitely dangerous," Reneer said.
In the meantime, many can only wait for the path to clear. "I understand that they have certain roads that they have to attend to first. I do obviously wish that they'd hurry up and get to the secondary roads," Reneer said.