OMAHA, Neb. -- The storm forecast to hit the Tri-State Tuesday night already struck the Great Plains last night, with one Nebraska school finding a more creative way to let parents and students know the good news that they would be getting a snow day Tuesday.
With almost a foot of the white stuff forecast in some areas, many of the major districts had already canceled classes for Tuesday by Monday night. One stood out from the pack.
Duchesne Academy in Omaha reportedly delivered the message below to parents on Monday night, set to tone of "Frozen."
ICYMI: This is how the snow day announced to students, parents, faculty and staff via phone message! https://t.co/G6NK1AX9G6
— Duchesne Academy (@duchesneacademy) Feb. 2, 2016