On Tuesday, students within the Gta were surprised to awaken to 10 centimetres of snow after getting a comparatively mild winter to date. Naturally, the hopeful students switched to Twitter to discover when the “bad weather” was enough to warrant a snow day.
For their surprise, the Peel District and Toronto District School Boards both got sassy using their reactions.
Hinting in the Peel School Board to provide them a snow day, one student tweeted out a photograph from the weather saying, “@PeelSchools just just in case you'd absolutely no clue exactly what the weather conditions are like today, I decided to provide you with an update.”
— Griffin Todd (@GriffinTodd2)
The board was quick to reply, slyly saying:
Don't be concerned about me. I've got a perfect view. Got one on my small drive to operate and my window shades are up. Thanks though.
— Peel School Board (@PeelSchools)
The TDSB also reminded its students that schools could be open during the day, eliciting numerous complaints in the kids. In reaction, the college board demonstrated its sass game was strong by delivering out a number of amusing tweets.
— Toronto DSB (@tdsb) Try putting on snow boots. Quadratic equations count it.
— Toronto DSB (@tdsb)
The college board even used current slang to both amuse the children and convince them to get at class.
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