(WBIR) Many East Tennessee schools are closed again Friday due to the wintry weather, and the snow days are really starting to add up.
Loudon County Schools have been closed since early Tuesday afternoon.
Tywana Stoner works for the school system. Friday evening the street she, her husband, and their children live on was still covered with snow. The Stoner Family has been making the best of a tough situation.
"We've done a lot of board games. Of course, we've ate a lot. We've just had family fun. We've watched a lot of movies. So it's just been good family fun," she said.
The family has also been taking advantage of the snow outside.
"We have been out sledding. Of course I won't get the mother of the year award. I unfortunately broke the sled. I landed in the ditch," Stoner laughed.
Loudon County Schools Director Jason Vance said since Tuesday he's been keeping a close eye on the roads and after seeing several streets saturated with snow, he decided to cancel classes through Friday.
"We certainly don't want to put a high school teenager in this type of driving situation. Nor would we want to put a bus of 70 to 80 students on a road like this," Vance said as he pointed to a snow-covered Loudon street.
Vance hopes to re-open Loudon County school doors on Monday.
For a complete list of closures and delays go to http://www.wbir.com/closings/.