Warm weather causes long weekend break for kids

Dated: 03/07/2012

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The 70,000 students who attend Greenville County Public School will have a long four-day break starting when classes dismiss Thursday.

Lack of snow means the three days built into the school calendar become student holidays. The first two will be observed Friday, and the following Monday. The third is scheduled for April 9th extending spring break by a day.

This is a hugh difference from last year when the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport recorded 8.8 inches of snow, including  a storm that shut down several local schools for a week. Legislation last year allowed districts to forgive as many as five days missed because of snow.

So this year we are putting up our snow boots, and bring out our flip-flops for a warm week-end.

Happy long week-end students, & teachers.

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Debbie Burger

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