Nanuet Schools To Not Make Up March Snow Day

Although the district will not make up this snow day, it will still have 180 student days and meet the state aid requirement


The Nanuet School district put out a revised calendar for 2012-13 complete with adjustments for the week lost to Hurricane Sandy. In the revised calendar, there are 181 student days.

To meet the requirements for state aid, schools need 180 days, so the district will not be needing to make up the March 8 snow day.

Here's a look at what other school districts are doing:

  • Pearl River: April 1 and March 25 were designated as the next two vacation days that could be changed into regular class days in the case of more snow. Due to the snow day Friday March 8, Pearl River Schools will be in session April 1. 
  • Nyack will not be making up the March 8 snow day because it still will meet the 180-day requirement for state aid.

What are your thoughts on other school districts and what they're doing to make up March 8?

Scott Walters March 16, 2013 at 08:19 PM
Does the last day of school where the elementary students are in for a WHOLE HOUR count as a day in the eyes of the state and federal government? Just curious


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