Snow storm damage in Little Rock. (Photo Taken: Dec. 27, 2012)
ALMA, Ark. (KTHV) - A group of Alma students couldn't make it home on Wednesday, so Crawford County deputies stepped up to help.
About 25 Alma students had planned on staying at the school overnight because of dangerous road conditions, but around 7p.m., deputies took each of the kids to their homes.
Alma schools superintendent David Wooly was ready to keep all 3,500 students overnight because some of the roads were unsafe for buses to drive on.
"We've kept our food service staff on they're on campus and will prepare dinner for whoever is in each of our schools we will keep the heat on we will keep staff members to supervise students we will turn on televisions to keep them entertained we will round up blankets," said Wooly.