Speaking of winters one thing I newer understood in cartoons was the concept of a snow day. Like do american children really get a day off just because of a little snow? Where I am from you can have snow up to your armpits and a blizzard and you are still expected to attend.
It depends on where the school is located. If the school is located in the deep south, for instance, then they'll cancel school if it starts to snow even the slightest bit since snow in a place where it rarely - and I mean rarely - snows can cause serious problems for people/communities not used to snow. Where I live, though, that kind of snow wouldn't cancel school at all. Here it needs to be nearly a blizzard and/or double digit negative temperature/wind chill to cancel school.