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Question and Answer > Snow make up days View modes: 
Make up days - 3/12/2015 12:56:10 PM
   
Snow make up days
Are there going to be any make up days for the snow days that have accumulated?

HCPS - 3/13/2015 5:41:45 AM
   
RE:Snow make up days
The regulation is 180 days or 990 hours. We exceed the 990 hours because we have a longer school day than what is required. Right now if we have no additional storms, based on the days we already made up and using the two days at the end of the school year, our last day will be June 5th and no other make up days will be required.