CORUNNA (WJRT)- (02/11/18) -Superintendents all over Mid Michigan hit the roads Sunday to check out the conditions. And what they found, the roads simply weren't safe for students.
The buses for Corunna Public Schools will remain parked on Monday. Three days of consecutive snowfall in Mid Michigan to blame.
"The main roads are in pretty good shape, our back roads, if you would have looked at yesterday, they were in really good shape. Except for when we got the 3 to 6 inches a second time. The back roads are not in good shape at all." said Dave Moore, Corunna Public Schools Superintendent.
Superintendent Dave Moore says that means Corunna, along with hundreds of other school districts, have cancelled classes for the day.
"Actually, we started started talking about it even after the cancellation on Friday, that snow may be coming in and we really watched the weather pretty closely." Moore said
Parents were notified around 5, Sunday evening.
"We have what we call school messenger it's a system that we use one call that goes out to all parents." Moore said
Monday will be the 8th snow day of the school year for Corunna. They are allowed 6, so students will be spending a few extra days in class at the end of the school year.