Augusta County schools uses a phone tree notification to let parents know if school is delayed or cancelled for the day.
Poor county superintendent Gary McQuain. He's had to record calls for eight straight days, saying school is out.
I detect a lack of enthusiasm in his voice this week. I almost expect Thursday or Friday he'll record a message, "This is Gary McQuain, you know the drill. Snow and icy roads, yada, yada, yada. Talk to you again tomorrow."
Augusta County schools have missed 11 snow days so far, the number put into the schedule. Since almost the whole state is in the same boat, I don't expect school to continue past June 11.