I'm so sorry to hear about the bleeding. There is what is called a threatened miscarriage, and bleeding can be an indication. Especially since you have a snow day, get yourself in bed, off your feet, and rest for as long as you can. And no intercourse, and definitely wear a pad, not a tampon. There are some herbs you can take too, but you would have to consult with a midwife or herbalist first, probably. If you have Red Raspberry Leaf Tea, that is a good one. However, in the meantime, putting yourself on bedrest can be good for your body, and psychologically very important too, because it allows you to honor the baby and do something. When your doctor is open, you'll probably have an ultrasound.
A few other thoughts about bleeding. The cervix is extremely friable, meaning that it can easily be disturbed if it is bumped (as in, sex). Obviously, the worst outcome of bleeding in the first trimester is a threatened or actual miscarriage, but most commonly it is caused by intercourse the night before. To put bleeding in perspective, 25-30% of all pregnant women experience some bleeding, and only 25-30% of women who bleed go on to miscarry. 90% of women who experience first trimester bleeding who have verification of a live baby will carry the baby to viablilty.
I know how stressed you must feel, but as best as you can, try to rest and relax. We are thinking of you and sending good thoughts your way. Huge hug to you.