Piqua Schools extend calamity days with E-Days

Oakwood schools elect to hold classes in extreme cold.  (WDTN Photo)
Oakwood schools elect to hold classes in extreme cold. (WDTN Photo)

PIQUA, Ohio (WDTN) – Piqua City Schools now have three extra calamity days.

The Ohio Department of Education approved three days known as E-Days.

The district sent a letter home to parents explaining E-Days.

In the letter, Superintendent Rick Hanes says the district has used its five alloted calamity days and are looking at make-up days in June if more snow days are in order.

Students must complete on-line lessons should it be necessary to use any of the three E-Days.

The superintendent says each E-Day assignment matches or exceeds the class time of a student in school.

Parents are being directed to the district’s website to find the online lessons.

 

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