Two snow days remain for school district
Another round of winter weather hit the Baldwin City area during the weekend, but didn’t cause any school closures in the school district.
“We kind of barely missed it,” Supt. Paul Dorathy said. “If we were any further north, we probably wouldn’t have had school Monday. I know the roads on Monday morning weren’t good, but they got better as the day went along.”
Dorathy said the district has two more snow days planned into the school calendar. He hopes to keep those until the end of the year and close school two days early to save money.
“We’ll just see what happens,” Dorathy said. “You may get snow until mid-April in Kansas. I hope not, but it’s happened before.”
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