"WHAT DID YOU LEARN IN SCHOOL TODAY"
I only bring this up because all the schools (not just Painesville) have been closed for the last two days. Tuesday seemed a stretch but today it was 40 degrees?
Now I know administrators will err on the side of caution for safety's sake but the last two days seem to have been over the top.
Parents work and they have to line up sitters at the last minute to watch children if there is no school. I don't want to be one of those old fuddy duddys that tell kids I walked 10 miles to school and 12 miles home. I don't remember any days like yesterday and today that the schools closed.
It was interesting that yesterday was the first time in twelve years Chicago closed its schools.
I also have noticed the weather reporting is getting more intense with each reporter and news channel. You have to wonder how much influence this has on deciding to shut schools down. Any other thoughts on the subject?