CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – The Centerville City School District announced its make up plan for using too many calamity days this winter.
Superintendent Dr. Tom Henderson sent a letter to parents Thursday that says the district must make up two days.
Students will now have to attend classes on May 2 which was previously a non-instructional day. The second make up day will be May 30.
The superintendent says he believes the days in May will cause the least amount of disruption to students.
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