The snow may have closed schools and turned schedules upside down, but Montgomery County says report cards will be issued as planned Thursday.

The grade reports — showing marks for the school year’s first semester — have already been sent to the district’s 202 schools and are expected to go home with students Thursday according to schedule.

“People worked very hard to get them out, and they’re coming out,” said county schools spokesman Dana Tofig.

Students in Maryland’s largest school system have had four snow days this school year and several delayed openings. In the end, deadlines for grade submission were extended, but report cards remained on track, officials said.

In neighboring Prince George’s County, report cards were postponed until Feb. 5 . In Loudoun County, midterm exams were canceled last week after snow and icy roads led to extensive school closings.