Like other schools across the region, Caistor Grammar has kept its doors open despite the wintry weather.
And even if the school closed, the students instead receive details of lessons for them to carry out at home courtesy of the internet.
Last week, school head Roger Hale paid tribute to those who faced extra work to ensure the school remained open.
These include site management staff who get up extra early in bad weather to ensure the school site is safe. Bus contractor Trevor Grayson must also get up early to check his coaches can operate safely.
“I am also grateful to all my colleagues and the parents of our students for the extra efforts they have made to arrive at school on time in these appalling conditions.”
“However, if we were to close, we have created arrangements whereby every student would receive work for every lesson they would have been taught on a single day. We are looking forward to spring,” Mr Hale added.