Listen: Robert Shayne, Superintendent, Ryan Yorkie discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"McComb county due to the ice WW J caught up with Ryan Yorkie. He was shoveling ice out front his grandmother's home along harbor lake street where a huge tree stands in the front yard. It's currently caked with ice. It is a big concerning. It's quite a large tree and grandma's grandma's house over here. Nine years old when he woke up, and he was a bit surprised by how much ice he had to deal with those pretty crazy is about an inch and a half ice. All around on the snow and everything. Yeah. We're not done yet. Accuweather calling for possibly another inch of snow and ice overnight. A winter weather advisory now through three o'clock tomorrow afternoon another frustrating day for parents whose children had the day off for yet. Another snow day, Robert Shayne her is the superintendent at ro- Rochester community schools, they're currently out of snow days. He's full that the state will grant the district and emergency waiver. Which would mean they wouldn't have to add any time at the end of the year. It's been a really wacky winter. And I I don't use the word wacky at tongue-in-cheek. It's been a very unusual winter one of the things that we've done Rochester community schools is to work with our teachers are our labor leaders enter administrators to try to do the best. We can and getting kids the instruction that they need. He says they have managed to squeeze in midterms despite the days off Shane says, it's not his favorite thing to get up at three o'clock in the morning. Check the w-. Weather,."