Woodland — Green Mountain School District Superintendent Tyson Vogeler arrived on campus about 5:30 a.m. Feb. 21 and got to work plowing. Yes, plowing. The Green Mountain School District is a K-8 district with one building and modular classrooms that house 152 students. While it might not be typical for a school district superintendent to get so hands on, it needed to be done. But he did have some help. Board President Rick Syring shoveled. On Feb. 26, Larry Shinn, a teacher’s husband, and bus drivers Debbie Proctor and Becky Baher helped shovel, as well. Vogeler has also been known to do some repairs when the custodian is out and help serve lunches if the school is short-staffed.