Snowstorm Forces Students to Spend the Night at Colorado School

By: WSAW Staff Email
By: WSAW Staff Email

The snow is so bad in parts of Colorado that dozens of kids spent Tuesday night at their school.

According to KKTV-TV, Miami-Yoder School Assistant Principal Howard Disney said that up to 75 students were forced to spend the night, sleeping on wrestling mats, after the weather prevented their buses from getting out. Disney said food and all other necessities were provided to the students, and that a handful of teachers remained in campus to watch the kids.

The district is 40 miles east of Colorado Springs, CO.

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