School’s out: Ann Arbor Public Schools students given ‘virtual snow day’ Tuesday
ANN ARBOR – Remember snow days? In a time when students remain in virtual classrooms, a snow day might not be as glamorous as it once was. Still, students in Ann Arbor Public Schools are in luck because Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Kerr Swift has declared Tuesday a snow day. Snow totals from the overnight storm are expected to exceed half a foot across Southeast Michigan, with some areas getting up to 10 inches. Those sledding hills might get busy.
Busch again offering Michiganders $1 off beer for every inch of snow that falls in Grand Rapids
Busch Beer announced Monday that it is bringing back its Snow Day campaign, which gives beer fans in seven of the snowiest states across America $1 off Busch for every inch of snowfall this winter. Michigan’s discount will be based on snowfall in Grand Rapids between Jan. 1 and the first day of Spring, March 20. It is one of 31 states where snowfall totals will be tracked to earn residents free beer. For every inch of snow that adds up in your area, we’re taking $1 off your Busch (up to $15). Learn more at https://t.co/hhFCJzhh5m pic.twitter.com/r77WH7Ls6M — Busch Beer (@BuschBeer) January 4, 2021To earn the rebate fans just need to upload their receipt and zip code through a link at Busch.com/snowday.mlive.com
Ann Arbor Public Schools, offices to close Wednesday due to snow
ANN ARBOR – Ann Arbor Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday due to a winter storm expected overnight. The snow day announcement was made by Ann Arbor Superintendent Jeanice Kerr Swift on Twitter Tuesday evening, who said the early announcement was intended to help parents make arrangements for Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Ann Arbor Police Department tweeted some safety tips to keep in mind during Wednesday’s morning commute -- and a tip for parents who will be home with students tomorrow. Ok, Ann Arbor, tomorrow's commute may be tough, but we can do this! — Ann Arbor Police (@A2Police) February 26, 2020Related reading: