With the snow days piling up for many area school districts this Winter, there’s a big dilemma over how to make up for all of that lost time in the classroom.
State officials are recommending adding full school days, rather than adding hours.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that will allow schools with too many snow days to avoid having to schedule extra days in June.
A bill approved by the state Senate would let schools lengthen their days instead of having to make them up.
School districts in Michigan might soon be able to add extra hours to the school day instead of extending the academic year because of too many “snow days.”
To close, or not to close? It was a tough call for Southeast Michigan school administrators, Wednesday morning.
Many of us may be hoping for the snow to stop, but one type of business is saying “bring it on”.