After a late winter storm dumped snow on the Bitterroot Mountains, the roof of the Florence-Carlton Elementary School showed signs of stress. A structural engineer deemed the building not safe enough to load classes and the students cheered for a snow day. Not on our watch. The Jackson crew firmly believes in the education of young minds and they jumped straight to work, shoveling snow until the roof was cleared and the students could safely return. All this before we were even working on campus. It was just the right thing to do.