Local students have missed 11 school days due to hazardous road conditions caused by snow and ice this year, and school administrators are still deciding which days will work best for make-up class days.
Grayson County Schools Superintendent Barry Anderson said on Monday afternoon, “we have already identified three make-up days, and we will formalize a plan closer to the end of February when we are out of the time for the worst winter weather.”
Anderson explained that the School Board will have a better grasp on the situation and the total number of extra days needed by that time, and can better plan those make-up days, saying, “It’s hard to make a final plan without knowing how many days you’ll miss.”
Joan Butterworth, with St. Paul Catholic School said that parents of students there can expect to follow the same school schedule as Grayson County Public Schools, including the chosen make-up days.
Leitchfield Christian Academy’s Support Team met Friday evening to finalize their make-up day plan, and will release those dates to parents soon, according to school staff.