Most kids get pretty excited about snow days, until they have to make them up in June. But the students are not the only ones, the teachers and administrators take the day to catch up on work.
While some work on lesson plans or grade tests, some administrators take the quiet day to work on larger projects.
"None of its very difficult but its very time consuming, very tedious, and usually once you get started you want to finish," said administrative assistant, Jill Bertolotti, "and with the nature of my job, I usually don't get to start a project and then finish it. so for me, its these big projects that on a snow day or a cold day, whatever you want to call it, I can come in and get that done, so that's why I'm happy."
The athletic directors also take snow days to reschedule any games that were to take place.
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