Students in Door and Kewaunee Counties have enjoyed plenty of snow days and two-hour delays, but it looks like some of them will have to make up a few of those days at the end of the school year.
Kewaunee Superintendent Joe Innis says counting 2-hour delays, the district will have to make up about three school days even though they had one snow day built into the school calendar.
Kewaunee morning 4K students will have a few more days to make up, but the class doesn’t meet every day of the week so Innis says it’ll be easy to have them come in a few Fridays.
Sevastopol has had three snow days and Superintendent Linda Underwood says once they hit the third cancellation they had to start thinking about making up the time. However, the district is going to hold off on making a decision on how to do so until the snowy weather ceases.
On Washington Island, Superintendent Tim Raymond says the district is sitting well.
The island deals with different effects than the peninsula, says Raymond, and district hasn’t had to cancel as much as schools to the south.