BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – Fannin County School Superintendent Dr. Michael Gwatney released a statement on Jan. 26 regarding the use of the school district’s emergency make-up days.
Students within the Fannin County School System (FCSS) have missed a total of ten days for the 2017-2018 calendar year.
Concerning these interruptions to the school schedule, Gwatney stated,”The decision to close school is stressful and difficult. The decision is never made lightly, and the safety of our entire FCSS community – students, faculty, staff, and parents – is always the key factor.”
The following dates will now be used as make-up days for FCSS:
- Feb. 19 and 20;
- March 12 and 13; and
- April 5 and 6.
These days will be scheduled as regular school days for both students and staff.
“Although I hope these interruptions are over, the potential for adverse weather remains,” Gwatney stated. “Reclaiming these days will make a difference by offsetting a portion of what has already been missed.”
In the event that future cancellations occur due to inclement weather, some or all of the remaining make-up days (March 30 and April 2 through 4) may become regular school days.
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