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Some Central Ohio Schools Run Out of Snow Days
Marysville (Jen French) -- Central Ohio schools have had to cancel school several times because of the cold snap.
Some districts, such as Marysville, have run out of calamity days. School officials are now looking at alternatives to make up missed days.
Schools are allowed to take five calamity days a year; Marysville has already taken six. One of those days will be made up in February or March.
The state board of education allows schools to use up to three days for at-home instruction. If the weather persists, Marysville is considering letting kids take homework home or to take courses online in February.
Makeup days are also set aside in June if the school is force to cancel classes in the future.