School superintendent finds candy ‘bribes’ for snow day on his front porch

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI -- In the St. Louis area, the winter weather had many students hoping for a possible snow day Friday.

In one area, Superintendent Doc Cornman of Hillsboro Schools tweeted that someone was sending him candy "bribes" to call off school.

He found a note along with three Reese's peanut butter cups placed at his front door that read: "You know what to do."

Cornman, however, tweeted that despite the cold temperatures, the roads were clear and school would still be in session.

In another St. Louis area, Superintendent, Dr. Link, said he also received candy Thursday night. The note attached to his Nerds said, "Don't be a nerd #callitofflink."

He also did not call off school Friday.

Other superintendents in the area have also tweeted about receiving candy bribes or messages requesting for snow days as well. So far, none of them have worked, school is still in session.