Fourth grade teacher James Nelson builds a snowperson with his students at South Whidbey Elementary School.

Fourth grade teacher James Nelson builds a snowperson with his students at South Whidbey Elementary School.

It’s snow fun

South Whidbey got a modest amount of snowfall on Monday, to the delight of school kids. More snow fell Tuesday, prompting school to cancel classes for the day.

Weston Dill and Dominic Collver-Horvath show off a snow creation they built together during recess.

Weston Dill and Dominic Collver-Horvath show off a snow creation they built together during recess.

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