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Bitter Cold Impacts Central Ohio Workers, Schools
COLUMBUS -- More than a dozen local school districts canceled class Monday due to the extreme low temperatures.
At Licking Heights, superintendent Philip Wagner was the only one who showed up for work.
Like many other districts, Licking Heights took its third and fourth snow days Monday and Tuesday. Representatives from those districts have told parents to keep calendars open for the possible make-up days in the summer.
"We can also cut into the spring break if we need to," Wagner said.
Meanwhile, those who still had to report to work despite the elements -- like Rumpke crews and mail carriers -- were advised to take breaks to stay warm.
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