The unusual cold wave that recently hit much of America has prompted schools to set policies on how cold it must be before students aren’t allowed to go outside for recess. Those temperatures range from 40 degrees in North Carolina to 15 below in International Falls, Minnesota.
- In the Buffalo where I went to school, the cold didn’t matter… they only called “snow days” if the drifts were higher than 30 feet!!!
Have a great day and I’ll you back here tomorrow for my “Friday Blog”!