The St. Paul Superintendent is apologizing after Monday's snowstorm forced more than 300 students to be stranded until as late as midnight.
The heavy snowstorm stranded pre-K through 8th grade students at schools and on buses.
The city's mayor says in the midst of the storm, plows were re-routed to help clear school bus routes, and even police officers were called to drive kids home in squad cars.
School and city leaders said they can and will improve their response to severe weather.
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