By MELINDA WILLIAMS
Making up for days lost to weather will cause Pulaski County students at least one day of their Spring Break.
Tom Brewster, Pulaski County Public Schools superintendent, said the schools have three days to make up this year (providing weather improves and no more days are lost).
Graduation is Friday, May 30, but the school board has not officially set the last day of school yet. That will be done at the board’s April meeting.
According to Brewster, proposed plans are to add two more days to the end of the year, Monday and Tuesday, June 2-3, and use one day of Spring Break, April 22, as a make-up day. While May 30 has already been set in stone for graduating seniors, he said the last day can be adjusted for everyone else.
If the proposed schedule is approved, Spring Break (for students, not teachers) is Friday, April 18, through Monday, April 21.