An amended school calendar was tabled at the Harrison County School Board’s meeting Tuesday evening.
Director of Pupil Personnel Lloyd Ogden presented board members with a school calendar that projected Friday, June 5 as the last day of school for students.
Harrison County Superintendent Andy Dotson suggested that board members wait to approve the calendar, in hopes that a requested calamity day will be approved by the state.
State legislators voted to approve up to 10 calamity days to school districts that had missed days due to the ice storm.
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