22 Snow Days Later, School District Asks State for Waiver

Published 03/07 2014 07:37PM

Updated 03/07 2014 07:38PM

wendy dunn, Super Snow Day
wendy dunn, Super Snow Day
HUNTSVILLE, AR-- After 22 day snow days this winter, the Huntsville school district is asking the state if it can cut those make-up days in half. According to the district, Huntsville has applied for a waiver that would allow the district to eliminate 11 days from the school calendar. Students will be in class this Saturday, March 8th, as one of their scheduled make-up days.

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