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USD 115 Board approves two makeup days

(KMZA)--The Nemaha Central Board of Education has approved two make up days due to inclement weather this winter.

During their regular meeting last week, Superintendent Darrel Kohlman presented information on the loss of instruction time and the loss of work time for classified staff due to inclement weather.

There were two days built into the calendar for making up time.  April 15 is currently scheduled as a professional development day and April 22 is the Monday following Easter.  

Kohlman said using these two days for makeup days would recapture instructional time, regain lost work hours for classified staff, and keep the district ahead of required attendance hours.

The board approved changing both days to student days.


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