The West Central School Board members held discussion on school make up days during their recent meeting.
Superintendent Charles Mellon said that a lot of different corporations are doing things a little differently, but West Central is sticking with its contingency plan.
“We met with our association last week and it was decided to stay with our current calendar which means that we will use our two built-in snow make up days and then add days at the end of the school year,” explained Mellon.
Mellon said students will be going to school on Good Friday which would be the only exception.
“Right now we have two days added to the end of the calendar. Our students will now get out of school on May 28. Graduation activities, commencement and so on, will remain on Memorial Day weekend and the students will receive an empty jacket with no diploma in it. Once we’ve completed our days at the end of the school year, then they will receive a signed diploma.”