Snow day meltdown. This winter caused a slew of closings and delays at schools across the state. Now it’s time to make up those days.
The start of spring may be just days away, but the scourge of our brutal winter is proving to be a problem for schools across the region.
Snow days are quickly running out for students across the state. Some districts are already planning to make up days at the end of the year.
It’s a problem many have been dealing with for several months–school delays, closures and early dismissals.
Maryland education officials have granted Montgomery County’s request for a waiver of four snow days with a plan to make up two school days.
The Prince George’s County Public Schools are seeking a state waiver for four snow days to avoid having to extend the school year.
With winter finally behind and April coming up, Maryland schools are struggling to make up a pile of snow days.
Despite the light snow Tuesday, school was on for most kids across Maryland—but school systems are still facing a challenge on how to make up for all the time they’ve lost already this year.
Some Maryland school systems are seeking state relief from scheduling challenges caused by large numbers of snow days.
The delight of having a day to play comes at a price for Maryland students.
As we prepare for another round of snow, local schools are bracing for another possible snow day. For some schools, this will be another snow day too many.
At least five Maryland school districts say they’ll hold classes on Presidents’ Day to make up for excess snow days.