ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — When two Arapahoe County deputies found a couple kids out hanging out behind Falcon Creek Middle School in the middle of a Wednesday, they had just one question.

“Where’s all the sweet jumps at?” Deputy Jordan Greeson asks the boys. “That’s what you need.”

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“Are you guys gonna sled?” one boy asks.

“Oh I think so!” Greeson answers.

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Deputy Greeson and Deputy Travis Jones commandeered some sleds and sped down the hill head-first, with the boys in pursuit. You can see Deputy Greeson get a face full of powder on his way down the slope.

Deputy Travis Jones and Deputy Jordan Greeson (credit: )Arapahoe County Sheriff

“I love doing that,” Gleeson says, back in the patrol car. “That’s the absolute best part of the job.”

Deputy Jordan Greeson (credit: Arapahoe County Sheriff)

“We don’t get many opportunities to get out there with the kids but when we do, we’ll go get wet and snowy,” Greeson said.

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Deputy Jordan Greeson and Deputy Travis Jones sledding with kids on a snow day (credit: )Arapahoe County Sheriff

Many schools around the metro area cancelled classes on Wednesday due to the snowy weather.