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Weather opening eyes of school administrators

School administrators in Door and Kewaunee Counties have been forced to get creative with its scheduling to make up for lost snow and weather days. Some days have been switched from non-attendance or early dismissals and minutes have been added to periods to make up for the lost time. Algoma School District Superintendent Nick Cochart believes they are about four to five snow or cold emergencies away from having to tack on extra days to the school year. The kids are already starting school earlier and leaving much later to accommodate the time lost. He says the kids and the staff have stood up to the challenge.

Kewaunee School District recently announced class will be in session April 22nd in addition to the time they added to their school days earlier this year. You can check with your local school districts for the latest changes to their academic schedule.

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