That’s been the story for Fairfax County Public Schools since Jan. 6.
First, about four inches of snow fell and the buses got stuck and Superintendent Karen Garza admitted “we made the wrong call” about remaining open.
In the six schools days since, there has been one full day of school. Today, school was cancelled. In Reston and this portion of the county, no more than a dusting fell.
Meanwhile, the Capital Weather Gang says to cut the schools a break on today’s decision. It was a tricky forecast.
Why can’t the county seem to get it right? Are they playing it too safe after the #CloseFCPS publicity of last week?
Photo of Jan. 6 snow near Langston Hughes Middle School.
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