FAQ: School Days

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FAQ: School Days

Rebecca Bishop, Arts/Club editor

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In light of the recent dismissal for Friday 13th, 2018, many parents and students fear how this missing day will effect the rest of the school year. Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions, with their answers:

  • How will this effect the last day of school? This day will not be made up by students. March 30th, Friday.

 

  • Why is this day excused? The Kentucky Attendance Law states, “‘Student instructional year means at least one thousand sixty-two (1,062) hours of instructional time for students delivered on not less than one hundred seventy (170) student attendance days.” We have surpassed this number of days.

 

  • How many days are in a normal school year? The school year has a set 177 days. Seven extra days are set aside for snow days.

 

  • How will this effect teachers? They will have to make this day up. Teachers must fulfill a total of 180 days.

 

  • How many more days are left of school? Thirty school days.