Ice and dangerous road conditions were the determining factors for another school cancellation Friday.
Frank Misner, Director of Transportation for Clay Community School Corporation, said the decision was made at 5 a.m.
He said the ice was measuring around one-fourth to one-half inch. There was also a mist present that appeared to freeze upon hitting the ground.
Misner said the roads were equally bad. There was no road safer than any other, especially side roads. He said some roads out of Brazil were worse.
"Some side roads were a little worse south, but most roads are equally the same," Misner said.
After school officials determined that the roads were not safe, Misner said they notified the School Superintendent, Dan Schroeder. Misner said the decision was made to cancel.
"It was safer to stay home," he said.