School officials have been busy, adjusting the school calendar to compensate for lost days and
While school doors remained closed, the Washington County Board of Education were trying to keep track of of the days lost.
School officials said they have been making revisions to the school calendar three to four weeks ago and the last time they had to make such changes were around 1992 and 1994.
Students will now be attending school on
"Of course every time we had a snow day, we had to make another adjustment yesterday, we had to make another adjustment to what our plan was but at this point I think we have a good plan for students," said Boyd Michael, deputy superintendent of Washington County Public Schools.
One day has already been made up on President's Day, and if a waiver is granted for the
"We have a whole team of six people that go out to various areas of the county; Hancock, Cascade, Smithsburg, Boonsboro as well as
These changes are necessary and as school officials say, it is the best of both worlds for parents, teachers, and students.
The last day of school is