New York City schools are opened this morning.
It remains to be seen how many students actually come to school.
Or how many teachers - especially the ones who live on Long Island.
But the world's largest day care center cannot close unless conditions are so prohibitive that there is no sane reason it should remain open.
There's anywhere from 8-12 inches of snow out there and it's 9 degrees this morning.
Real feel temperature is below 0.
Turns out those conditions are not too prohibitive for keeping the world's largest day care open.
Alas, the students I need to come for Regents review today probably will not come.
The students who do not need Regents review - the one's who are there day-in and day-out every day no matter what - they'll probably be in school.
Should be a fun and productive day.
And somebody said there may be more snow to come on Saturday and maybe even Regents week.
Happy teaching and learning, everybody!