Glastonbury students are headed back to school today after being treated to a four-day weekend thanks to massive snowfall and dangerous weather conditions around town.
Superintendent Alan B. Bookman said Monday that Glastonbury clean up would send students back to school after a 90-minute delay.
After between two and three feet of snow fell on Glastonbury over the weekend, town employees worked practically around the clock to clear Glastonbury roads. Crews worked from the time the storm began Friday until 9 p.m. Saturday to clear the town's over 200 miles of roads, according to Town Manager Richard Johnson.
On Sunday crews worked to finish clearing roads and improving sitelines at the town's intersections. Monday was dedicated to clearing the schools and town bus lot.
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