Schools cope with cold reality

They didn’t want to make the call. Again.

But school superintendents were told that wind chills would be 25 degrees below zero Tuesday morning. So for the sixth time in 17 school days, they made the decision to cancel classes.

Umpteen other times, they’ve started school two hours late due to the weather.

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