Snow! In Crozet

Hey, Crozet. It might snow. Perhaps more than 2 inches.

We have proven before that we look out for each other. Let’s plan to look out for our neighbors again, shall we?

And if it does not snow, let’s plan to look out for our neighbors anyway. 🙂

From Daily Progress:

Groups ranging from the National Weather Service to and the Weather Channel predicted anywhere from 4 to 20 inches of snow to fall and blow about Central Virgina in a storm expected to begin Tuesday night and intensify early Wednesday morning.

The National Weather Service expects 8 and 16 inches of snow to fall in Charlottesville and urban Albemarle County beginning Tuesday night and continuing through Wednesday. Localities in higher elevations, such as Crozet and Afton, are expected to get 10 to 18 inches of snow, as are portions of Greene and Madison counties.

Want to Offer Input on the New WAHS Principal?

Here are two chances to offer input on who’s going to lead WAHS next.

A survey.

– A meeting at Western Albemarle High School.

I am writing to invite you to a meeting in the Western Albemarle High School Cafeteria from 6:30 to 7:30 PM on March 5, 2013. During the meeting, I will be seeking your input regarding the qualities of a strong candidate for the principalship at Western Albemarle High School.

WAHS has some big things ahead of it as they continue to compete for students, parents, funding in this environment; now’s a good opportunity to help them choose their next leader.