MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) —St. Cloud Cathedral High School is getting a lot of attention this morning, because, despite the heavy snow that fell earlier this week, students still had to go to class.

Instead of a snow day, they held a “virtual class day.”

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Students were required to log into their laptops or iPads and work from home. Everything went so smoothly that the principal announced the school will no longer have snow days.

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Students didn’t like it at first, but most have changed their minds, saying they’d prefer to skip out on a day of sledding rather than make-up days in the summer.

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Minnesota’s Department of Education has been mulling over how to effectively bring virtual classes to all public schools.