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Published: Friday, August 10, 2018 @ 7:41 AM
Updated: Friday, August 10, 2018 @ 10:59 AM
— School is starting across the Miami Valley, and Storm Center 7 Meteorologists Kirstie Zontini and McCall Vrydaghs sat down with someone who is impacted by the ever-changing weather Ohio brings each day on the job, a superintendent.
Ever wonder who decides if your kids will have a snow day? There are a lot of moving parts that go into these decisions.
Dr. Tom Henderson has been with Centerville City Schools for almost three decades, and the superintendent of the district for 10 years. He has seen first-hand how storms, heat, snow and cold impact his students through the years.
Henderson sits down with McCall and Kirstie to discuss the thoughts that go through his mind when deciding between a snow day or delay. He also talks openly about other types of weather such as thunderstorms and the plans his district has in place to keep spectators safe during after school activities, too.
Henderson shows just how important the weather is to their operations throughout the school year.