We received many calls and facebook messages Tuesday from concerned parents asking why was Laramie County School District one not closed yesterday.
LCSD1 said in a statement that decisions due to inclement weather are made working in conjunction with the city, county and state as well as F.E. Warren Air Force Base using National Weather Service forecast information.
The district sends out personnel who drive the roads early in the morning to judge if road conditions are not safe.
The past two days conditions were deemed to be safe enough to conduct school and parents we spoke to outside Baggs Elementary agreed with the school district.
"I look at it as I've lived here for 30 years now, it's snow. I look at it as if you're worried you can't go get your kids, get up and go get them. If not, I mean let it be. It's snow! I mean it's not like we had a tornado, it wasn't the end of the world so I was okay with it," said Kristina Croy.
"I can understand the parents that live out in the country, but as far as the city, the roads were open, they were clear and I have 4-wheel drive so I'm not upset about it. The kids are in school, they're in school. I mean it is what it is," said Raul Serna.