Guilford County Schools announces how it will make up snow days

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Guilford County Schools announced Friday how five missed snow days from earlier this month will be made up.

Three make-up days will be February 18, March 28 and June 10.

The fourth day will be waived and the fifth day will be made up by having each school’s school day begin 5 minutes earlier beginning on Jan. 3.

Schools on non-traditional calendars will make up the time according to the designated days marked on their calendars and through the additional five minutes beginning Jan. 3.

Schools on the extended-year calendar typically do not make up days until after the fifth missed school day, because of the longer instructional time already built into their calendar. Those four schools will use Feb. 18 and the additional five minutes to make up the missed time from December.

GCS was closed to school staff four out of the five days missed last week. To replace those days and avoid any financial issues for 10-month employees, four annual leave days will become optional workdays: April 24, 25 and 26 and June 12. This will give 10-month employees flexibility in using their leave time and won’t affect students.

Other school districts and their make-up days are listed below in alphabetical order.

Alamance Burlington Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • Jan. 3
  • Jan. 4
  • Dec. 21
  • Two missed days will be made up with banked instructional hours.

Asheboro City Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • To be determined

Davidson County Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • Jan. 5
  • Jan. 22
  • March 29
  • April 26
  • April 25

Davie County Schools will hold make-up days on:

Traditional Schools

  • Jan. 22
  • Two other missed days will be waived.

Davie County Early College High School

  • Jan. 22
  • Two other missed days will be waived.

Guilford County Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • Feb. 18
  • March 28
  • June 10
  • One other missed day will be waived.
  • Beginning Jan. 3, school days will begin 5 minutes earlier.

Lexington City Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • Dec. 21 (full instructional day)
  • Jan. 18
  • Other makeup days and times will be approved at the next board meeting January 14, 6:30 p.m.

Mount Airy City Schools  will hold make-up days on:

  • Feb. 15
  • March 14
  • March 15

Randolph County Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • Jan. 2
  • Jan. 23

Rockingham County Schools will hold make-up days on:

Traditional Calendar Schools

  • Dec. 19 (Full day)
  • Dec. 20
  • Dec. 21 (Early release)
  • Jan. 2
  • Jan. 17

Dillard Academy

  • Jan. 3
  • Jan. 4
  • Jan. 17
  • Jan. 18

Rockingham Early College High School

  • Dec. 20
  • Dec. 21 (Early release)
  • Jan. 3

Stokes County Schools will hold make-up days on:

Traditional Calendar Schools

  • Dec. 21 (Early release)
  • Jan. 22
  • Feb. 15
  • Feb. 18

Stokes Early College High School

  • Dec. 21 (Full day)
  • Jan. 2
  • Feb. 15
  • March 18

Thomasville City Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • Dec. 21 (Full day)
  • TCS will add 15 minutes to the end of each school day from Dec. 17 to Jan. 31.
  • Saturday School will be held on Jan. 5 (Early release)

Wilkes County Schools will hold make-up days on:

Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools will hold make-up days on:

  • June 7
  • June 10
  • June 11
  • March 29
  • A fifth make-up day is to be determined.
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