Fort Lee among school districts to juggle calendar to make up for snow days

Students may be enjoying the recent snow days

Students may be enjoying the recent snow days caused by repeated winter storms and frigid weather, but they will be paying for it later. (February 7, 2014 5:57 PM)

Students may be enjoying the recent snow days caused by repeated winter storms and frigid weather, but they will be paying for it later.

School districts are scrambling to juggle their calendars to make up class time, after burning through all their snow days.

By law, New Jersey school districts must provide 180 days of instruction, and that is forcing some districts to get creative...

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If the bad weather continues, should the state reduce the number of mandated school days?

Yes, cut kids a break No, they need school

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