Wake, Durham, Cumberland other county schools schedule make-up days following snow, ice cancelations
RALEIGH (WTVD) -- Local school districts are scrambling to find make-up dates after almost a week of canceled classes in some districts.
In Wake County, traditional Wake County students will go on Presidents' Day (Feb. 17); Friday, March 28; Monday, April 21; and Wednesday, June 11.
Durham Public Schools students on a traditional calendar will make up their snow days on Feb. 17 and March 28; for year-round students, the make-up dates are Feb. 14 and Feb. 17.
In Cumberland County, all students will attend school on February 17, 2014.
In addition, the make-up dates below have been scheduled:
- Traditional Calendar students will attend school on March 26, 2014.
- Year-Round Calendar students will attend school on March 14, 2014.
- Howard Health and Life Sciences High students will attend school on March 10, 2014.
- Early College High Schools and Wilkins High School students will attend school on April 18, 2014.
Chatham County Schools plan to use Feb. 14 and March 7 as make-up days. If additional days are missed this year due to inclement weather, they will have to use Saturdays and/or consider using part of Spring Break.
Franklin County Schools will use Monday, Feb. 17 as a school day to make-up for the missed school day on Wednesday, Jan. 22. There's no word yet on this week's make-up days.
Johnston County lists their inclement weather make-up days as Feb. 17, March 14, and April 14.
Orange County notes their students will now have a full day of school on Wednesday, Feb. 5. There's no information about making up other days yet.
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