All day, I clicked "refresh" on the WBAL Weather Report, to check for closing information for Baltimore City. All day, I was disappointed.
It was a crazy day. The kids are amped up to a different level because of the snow. Then, the power went out for about 45 minutes in the building in the middle of the day. We taught and learned by the light from the windows, and hoped nothing was happening in the pitch-black back hallway.
Still, no cancellation of schools, or early dismissal, despite the county getting out an hour early. Not a big deal today, but we're all anxiously awaiting how Dr. Alonso will approach the question of early dismissal and snow days. Most think that because he's from NYC, that he'll almost never cancel school. Maybe he'll see how the city functions with a few inches of snow on the ground and then decide. I couldn't believe how slippery the parking lot as on the way out of the school today. If schools are to stay in session, they should be the first areas salted.
Anyhow, now I'll be refreshing that same WBAL webpage to see if, by chance, Towson University might cancel classes tonight. Goucher already has. I don't want to go back on those roads.
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