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UPDATED: Weather Conditions Close Wyandotte Public Schools

Many Wyandotte students will have the day off Monday.

Wyandotte Public Schools have canceled classes Monday due to weather conditions, according to WXYZ.

Wyandotte canceled classes because of "concerns about ice on the sidewalks and students walking to school," the district said in a text message.

The district joins other area schools that closed following a winter weather advisory that began around 7 p.m. Sunday in Wayne County.

Need ideas on what to do with the younger kids today? Read 5 Things to Do with Children After a Snowfall.

Tell us in the comments' section below: What are you doing with your kids today?

Just Sayin! January 28, 2013 at 01:57 PM
Wife had to call kids grandma this morning as we both work.. I drove to work this morning..Didnt think the roads were that bad, it was 35 degrees and rising..its not as bad as it seems..I think school would of been ok to open today...JMO...
Rhonda 'Roni' Gutierrez January 28, 2013 at 04:10 PM
Maybe for those who were driving but walking...no way! The poor kids who have to walk to school should have worn skates.
Just Sayin! January 28, 2013 at 04:36 PM
Did we forget this is michigan..boots , gloves and winter coats will sufice..I walked to school in weather worse than this whan I was a kid..roughly 5 mi one way.. I could understand closing for temperatures in the negative numbers where frost bite is a concern, matter of fact I expected it, which it never happened , but a little wet slush wow..such an inconvience for working parents, we still need to take them out in it to get them to day care of some sort, in some case twice the distance it would of been than driving them to school..oh well it is what it is.. just sayin!

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