Snow day adds to growing list of time kids aren’t in school

Editor:

Why do schools close when there is snow on the ground? In other provinces they go to school in much colder temperatures.

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I am sure the children would love to go to school however they are being prevented by adults (ie. school district employees).

Our children are growing up in a world of glass mirrors. Everything has to be right, no negativity, no things out of the ordinary.

Between weeks of holidays, professional days, snow days (why not rainy days, windy days?), pretty soon the kids might as well stay home period.

Parents should send the unforeseen daycare costs to the school board.

Othmar Brunner

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