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Snow days still give learning opportunities

Kids in Door and Kewaunee counties can still stay on track despite the recent stretch of bad weather in the area. Over the last two weeks, the peninsula’s eight school districts have been forced to cancel school five times and start classes later in the morning on a couple of occasions. While it may be tempting to take advantage of the extra time to sleep in and watch television all day, Karen Corekin- DeLaMer from Northern Door Children’s Center in Sister Bay says parents should still encourage their kids to stick to their usual routine.

School districts will have to make the decision in the coming weeks on how to make up the time lost due to wintry weather.

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