Updated: Monday, 18 Mar 2013, 6:07 PM EDT
Published : Monday, 18 Mar 2013, 6:07 PM EDT
COLCHESTER, Conn. (WTNH) -- A lot of eyes will be watching the skies from students to school superintendents because the storm could cause delays or cancelations.
Tuesday may be the last full day of winter, but it doesn't appear the winter storms are over yet.
Today they're playing outside, tomorrow, well they may be doing the same at home if mother nature adds to the piles of snow still sticking around outside one Colchester school.
"I am hoping that we actually have school tomorrow because I'm thinking enough is enough," said Ilyse Wells.
Wells is also a mother of three and a teacher. She says her kids are hoping for another snow day, but those days have to be made up at the end of the year.
"Combination of snow days and hurricane we've had seven days," said Jeffry Matthieu, Superintendent of Schools.
Right now, the last day of school is June 24th, but that could change if school is canceled again.
"They're talking about extending the days in June," Wells said. "We're registering for camp and we need our kids home."
School cannot go past June 30th. They have four days left to use then. Anything after that they'd have to look at April vacation.
Up until now the superintendent says the decisions to close school were easy ones because the storms were so big, tomorrow though is too close to call right now.
Mathieu will be up at 4:15 ready to call the highway department, the bus company, and other superintendents.
"It will be a number of phone calls starting at 4:30 and we always make the decision by five so that half hour is quite a few phone calls," said Matthieu.
Phone calls he won't have to make again this year.
"I hope Spring is coming," Matthieu said.
Again, it does not appear that April vacation will be affected by this storm, at least in Colchester.