• Tim Mallory

A Blizzard in August


8:30pm on a school night.


The forecast calls for dangerous conditions overnight and into the morning.


A few questions come to mind:


For School Officials – What if we call it off and the forecast was wrong? What if we go ahead as planned and someone gets hurt/killed?


Will it be safe to go outside tomorrow?


For Teachers – Do I have what I need to teach? What if this lasts more than a day?


Will it be safe to go outside tomorrow?


For Parents – Will I have to work from home to watch my child(ren)? Can I afford to stay home?


Will it be safe to go outside tomorrow?


For Students – Do I have to go back tomorrow? Do I get to see my friends? What about my concert/practice/game/test/field trip?


Will it be safe to go outside tomorrow?


The news and social media will post updates and BREAKING NEWS about which districts decide to close.


*repeat*




Right now, it feels like every night is 8:30pm on a school night, and the forecast calls for dangerous conditions overnight and into the morning.


Will it be safe to go outside?




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