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ST. LOUIS COUNTY - While many schools plan to stay closed, others are ready to bring the students back to school including Clayton, Kirkwood, and the Webster Groves school districts.

5 on Your Side spent the day driving from South St. Louis County to north county, checking on road conditions.

In the Riverview Gardens School District, some neighborhoods don't have sidewalks, and with the snow piled up, kids would have to walk in the middle of the street to get to school. Clearly, this is an unsafe situation.

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As for the 200 students bussed into Melville, that too is a concern because kids either have to walk or get a ride to bus stops.

"I worry about that. Some of the Riverview Gardens students have to walk a mile. Think of a 10-year-old or even a first grader that has to walk. This morning I saw a guy standing on Lindbergh because there was no access to the bus stop shelter," said Dr. Eric Knost, superintendent of the Mehlville School District.

For that reason the Mehlville School District decided to play it safe. Like dozens of other districts, they are once again canceling school for Wednesday.

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