Local Superintendent Closes School Via Twitter
One local superintendent of schools announced a snow day on Tuesday night in a modern way: with a video on Twitter. Central Valley Academy Superintendent Richard Hughes took to Twitter to break the news to students, parents and faculty.
— Dr. Rich Hughes (@CVThunderSuper) March 14, 2017
The National Weather Service is still predicting another foot of snow along with blowing and drifting snow between now and Wednesday night. The Mohawk-Ilion area has already received more than two-feet of snow from Snowstorm Stella as of 6 p.m. Tuesday. A half dozen other school districts have announced their closure for Wednesday, so far.
Central Valley Academy has now used one more snow day than was set aside for the 2016-17 school year. It's not known yet how the school day will be made up.
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