Thanks for sharing all of your photos with us! Look for snow day photos in the Sunday print edition of The Paris News.
Amy Haage, left, and Lexxi Haage take a snow day selfie
Anderson Barnes, 7, gives the snow angel challenge a shot
Ashley, Marley, Ryan, Kyrie and Kimber Bankston pose in the snow.
Ava Raney loved the snow, even when dad threw a snowball at her.
Bennett Edwards enjoys a sled ride in the snow.
Brandy Villines great-neice Cassy walks in the snow.
Briley and Stella Swain race down a snow-covered hill.
Cade Drake and Gracie Holcomb enjoy a moment together in the snow.
Cambria Outland and her puppy Valentine head outside to enjoy the snow.
Cambria Outland shows a large icicle she collected.
Clint and Sarah Moore pose for a photo in the snow.
Cohen Ray smiles while masked up from the cold.
Conley Stegall and Emmalynn Harris next to snowman built by Conley's father Colby Stegall.
Eli Blake and Nate enjoy some winter activities.
Heidi Boss, Piper Kyle, Lilly Kyle and Bear Kyle.
Jack Mullens smiles big while enjoying the snow.
Jakob and Allie Hendricks with Sadie and Pepper in the snow.
Jordyn Jones and her icicle in the shape of Oklahoma.
Karley Noah and Parker Hoback pose for the camera while snow falls.
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